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No. It's a film camera and takes APS film which is no longer made, remaining stocks are getting more awkward to find now, they're all long out of date, and even if you can buy film it's now getting difficult to find companies able to process it.
Slide the camera back lock release down, open the back, and pull out the film cartridge. Full instructions are in the manual. "LOADING FILM" is on page 16, "REWINDING FILM" is on page 24, and page 25 shows how to remove the film.
If you need a manual, you can download one from http://butkus.org/chinon/nikon/nikon_n70/nikon_n70.htm
Hi fmerlin, If you have film in it you may need to remove the film to free up the advance lever. Go into a closet cover under a blanket etc. Also, Walmart and most drug stores have a big change bag that they could do it for you. With film out it still will not advance it will need to go to Nikon.
It means "Film remains in the camera after film rewind complete."
If this is happening after shooting, the remedy is simple: open the camera and remove the film. If this is happening right after loading the film, then you've got a more serious problem: the camera is rewinding the film upon loading.
How is the film stuck? Is the rear door stuck? Does the film door open?
As long as you do not damage the film canister, the film will be ok. If the door opens and the film is rewound, use something to pry out the top of the canister from the camera. Then you can remove the film. Even a film roll of 36 should not get stuck. Check the cartridge are for anything sticky. Sometimes these older cameras get some sticky residue from decaying foam in the shutter area. This would be a good time to send it in for CLA - Clean, Lubricate, Adjust. My own EOS 10 had that problem. If you can't get the film out, the repair shop will do that for you.
Press the R1 and R2 release buttons. Pull up on winder handle until the back of the camera opens. Continue the pressure on winder handle until you have removed the film canister. Insert new film canister. Pull leader across winder assembly. Close camera back. Press exposure button. Press winder handle in towards camera b
Most manual cameras have a button to release the film on the bottom of the camera, push the button in and turn the rewind crank (left side of the top of the camera) until you feel the crank suddenly turning much easier.