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Idk how to open the back to put my film in i have a vivitarv3800n

Igot a cam 4 photo1 in highschool and idk to do it help

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    need to know what kind of camera ( slr, point and shoot ) and the name of the camera.

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If it is the camera posted in the picture, try pulling up the tab on the film winder on the left side on top, after the tab is out pull the whole dial up and the door should pop open.

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