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Where do i put in the film

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    how do i open it to insert the film?

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You have to pull up on the film rewind knob(pretty hard) and the back of the camera pops open. on the left side is where the film goes attach the piece of film to the film take up spool.

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How can i put film on vivitar 3800N


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be sure that nothing film inside the camera , open back side of camera by pulling spinning knob , put film spool on left side and at the right side insert the film strip on diagonal small hook, turn the spool rachet turning left side then click shutter twice while holding the spinning spool left side , then close the cover , tightened the spinning spool little bit then test shoot.

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OK, U will see the hole that have arrow. Pull up and then open the inside film. Put ur film and close. Then push down the arrow. Then u can takin picture.

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