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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The only possibilities are that the shutter is not working when the lens is mounted on the body, that the film is being inserted incorrectly with the backing paper facing forwards, or the film processing is completely wrong.
I haven't suggested that the film isn't winding through the camera as I'm assuming that when you remove it the film has all transferred to the previously empty spool. I've also assumed that when you describe the processed film as "blank" that you mean it is completely unexposed (clear) as opposed to completely exposed and washed out (opaque).
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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