Question about Nikon N6006 35mm SLR Camera
The other day I was shooting with my N6006 but it only went to 16 shots and then wouldnt go any further. So I took the film out and now it still says its at 16 exposures even though there is no film in it
Posted by Anonymous on
Needs repairing at a qualified shop
sounds like the film advance motor died
Posted on Feb 13, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Premature Film Rewinding
the only thing that I could think of when I read your situation is, that you might not be using a DX coated films. see, the camera reads the bar code on the film and maybe it is not the same program. check the camear manual and make sure you are using the same kind of the suggested film in the manual. good luck
Posted on Apr 13, 2007
SOURCE: Film speed override?
Press and hold the ISO button on the top left and rotate the command dial on the right until the film speed appears on the display. Release the ISO button and the speed is set.
In case your instructor hasn't told you, IR light is just below visible light on the spectrum and has a longer wavelength. Therefore, IR light will focus behind the film plane for a given setting. I.e., if you preset the lens to focus at 10 feet, the IR light will focus at a shorter distance. Unless your lens has a distance mark for IR, I would limit my shooting to longer distances and smaller f-stops to use the depth-of -field to compensate. When you are in focus for IR, the image in your viewfinder will be out of focus. The closer you are to the subject, the more out of focus the image will appear at the correct focus setting.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: Blank Film Developing
you should have at least 6in. of exposed film from the film canister to the take-up spool unless you loaded the film in total darkness.
open the back cover to make sure the shutter is working, reload and give it another try.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
There is a safety switch to prevent accidental operation. Hold the camera like you are taking a photo. Rotate the camera down so the lense is pointing towards the floor and you are now looking at the bottom of the camera. On the right is a small button. In the middle is a slide switch with an arrow pointing to the left. You need to hold in the button on the right while sliding the switch to the left.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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