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Hallo, I am from Montenegro. I have problem with Noblex 135 U! Short exposures don't work.Could you tell me what is a problem? Srecko Krasan Montenegro

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What type of film does a n60 slr camera use


The N60 uses standard 35mm film (also known as 135). 35mm film usually comes in 12, 24, or 36 exposure rolls, any of which will work. 35mm film is available in black-and-white, color transparency (color slides), and color negative (color prints). It's also available in infrared, both color and black-and-white, but the N60 will not work with infrared film.
35mm film is available online and at any camera shop. Many department stores, drugstores, and even supermarkets also carry film, though not as wide a selection as a decent camera shop.

Oct 11, 2014 | Nikon N60 35mm SLR Camera

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Why is it every time I go go to take a picture with my Vivitar v3800n the plus sign the green circle and the negative sign all go off? It makes my photos come out over exposed if i just take the picture.


According to the manual for your camera, if none of the indicators are on when the shutter release is half pressed, the batteries are exhausted. If the 3 lights are on at the same time, exposure is correct, if only the plus or minus is displayed under/overexposure is present.

Be sure to check your film speed settings, as even if your camera is telling you your exposure is correct, if the film speed isn't correctly set, your images will not be properly exposed if the camera is not set for the film actually loaded in it. Otherwise, check your batteries.

Also, keep in mind some lighting conditions can trick your meter and may need to be compensated for. If your camera has an exposure compensation dial, which yours should, check to be sure it is set to "0" as this could also cause your exposure issues if it's been moved previously and never reset.

Here's a link to your camera's manual, unfortunately it's not very visual so it's hard to get a very good idea of exactly what features your camera may or may not have.

http://www.cameramanuals.org/pdf_files/vivitar_v3800n.pdf

Sep 17, 2011 | Vivitar V3800N 35mm SLR Camera

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The light meter does not light up. I've put 2 new batteries in. The shutter works and the camera worked perfectly when i put it in storage 10 years ago. How do i get the light meter to work?


First off, did you store it with batteries installed? If so, check the compartment to be sure there's no corrosion on the contacts. If there is, a pencil eraser works well to clean it off - I don't recommend using any sort of liquid since it can seep into the inside.

If that's not the issue, I can't remember if the ME Super is a mechanical or electronic shutter. Does the shutter function, without any batteries installed? If so, it's mechanical and will not depend on batteries, and therefore there is really no way to narrow down the cause of the issue beyond a good cleaning.

If on the other hand it will not function without batteries, but is with them, you know the power system is working, and the meter itself is the issue. It'll require a technican to open the camera and hunt down the exact cause. Cost for an estimate most places is around $35, if you don't have a local shop, KEH Camera which has a website is very good,

You can of course just use the camera without a working meter. Handheld meters can be picked up from $10-400 online (ebay and others), or you can guesstimate your exposures if using print film using the tried and tested "sunny-16" rule of exposure.

Sep 08, 2011 | Pentax ME Super 35mm SLR Camera

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I need to know how to read my light meter when taking pictures on the manual mode.


In short, if the lights to the left are lit then you're overexposing and you need to reduce the exposure. If the lights to the right are lit then you're underexposing and need to increase the exposure.

Full details are in the "Manual Exposure Mode' section of the manual. If you need a manual, you can download a copy from
http://butkus.org/chinon/nikon/nikon_n55/nikon_n55.htm

Sep 04, 2011 | Nikon N55 35mm SLR Camera

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What type of exposure system does it have?


The N2000 has Program, Program Hi, Aperture-priority, and Manual exposure modes, with exposure lock and exposure compensation capabilities. It can TTL auto and manual with flash. The meter is full-aperture and center-weighted.
The Program mode sets both the shutter speed and aperture for optimum exposure. You can adjust the exposure if you want to emphasize shutter speed or aperture. The Program Hi mode tries to set a higher shutter speed for action and/or long lenses.
You can download a copy of the manual here if you want to know more about this camera.

Feb 14, 2011 | Nikon N2000 35mm SLR Camera

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Can't roll film for double exposure.


After taking the first shot, hold down the Multi-Exposure button while cocking the film-advance lever. This cocks the shutter without winding the film. You can continue to do this for as many exposures as you want. Just don't hold down the M-E button while cocking after the last exposure.

The Multi-Exposure button is the button on the front of the camera just below the shutter release button.

Apr 11, 2010 | Vivitar V3800N 35mm SLR Camera

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Where do I buy a roller for a 35 mm noblex?


You might be unable to do so. The cameras were never made in significant numbers and are now out of production. New spares are as rare as dodo doo-doos and used spares are nearly as difficult to find.

But you could try here. Even if yours proves to be unrepairable they might want to buy yours for spare parts.

The other alternative will be to get a new roller custom made on a lathe by a machine shop, but you'll need the old one to act as a pattern.

I hope that I've helped, please spare a moment to rate my answer.

Mar 02, 2010 | Noblex 135U 35mm SLR Camera

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How do you take double exposure shots with this camera?


That camera was never designed to take double exposures. You could shoot the whole roll with your first exposure, then carefully and exactly load it again and shoot the second exposure, but everything must line up exactly to even using the same starting sprocket hole to line things up. Not really easy or cost effective, but it can work if you are careful.

Nov 13, 2009 | Canon EOS Rebel X 35mm SLR Camera

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Nikon EM (1979?) Won't wind film, photos don't come out


Not necessarily. The EM has an M90 setting which will fire the shutter at 1/90th of a second. The meter is inactive on this setting. It was put on the EM so that if the batteries fail, you can shoot at 1/90th and take a guess at the exposure. There is also a small button (blue or chrome, depending on the production run) which lights up a red LED if the batteries are good. The light meter doesn't work until the frame counter is at 1 or higher. Before the #1, the shutter will always fire at 1/2000th of a second to speed up the film loading process. You can tell that the meter is working by observing the meter's scale/needle on the inside of the viewfinder. If it is pointing out of the red zone, it's OK to shoot (proper exposure). If the needle is in the red zone (indicating under or over exposure) the camera will "beep" as an audible warning. Check the battery condition first.

Mar 16, 2009 | Nikon EM 35mm SLR Camera

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Forget how to take double pictures.


Hey xplaur,
To take a multiexposure photograph you should first expose the film, and then push the multiexposure button which is on the front of the camera on the top left when you are looking at the front of the camera. After you press this button advance the winding lever to set the shutter, and since the multiexposure button was pressed this shouldn't wind the film to the next frame. Now take your second exposure, and if you want to make another exposure on the same frame repeat the process. Keep in mind that every time you expose a single frame after the initial exposure you will be doubling the exposure on the frame. I usually under expose each exposure by one third on a double exposed frame. If you do more than two exposures I would underexpose each exposure by even more. Multi exposures are fun but tricky, and I would suggest you experiment and have fun with it. I will also say that black and white film is much more controllable and forgiving when it comes to this than color film. I hope this helps!

Sincerely,
Allan
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Jul 31, 2008 | Vivitar V3800N 35mm SLR Camera

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