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Rebel x I need a users guide before I can use my rebel x film camera. 35mm. jjohnn

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Needed: 35mm single lens reflex variable aperture, shutter speed & focus. Can b overridden to manual operation for class. What should I buy?

Just about every 35mm SLR ever made fits that description.

Three that will more than suit your needs are

This camera has been called the finest 35mm SLR ever produced, but it's probably overkill for a class:

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I cant find the correct size film for this camera i bought it at a yard sale

The Konica Minolta Maxxum QTsi is a nice SLR camera that can accept a wide range of 35mm films. You can buy 35mm films from Kodak, Fujifilm and many other companies.

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Do i need to rewind film after taking a picture on my diana f+ ??

If you are using 120 film (medium format) you only need to advance the film as far as possible. Then remove the film from the camera and wrap the excess paper around the roll and seal.

When you finish all the pictures on the roll of 35mm film you will need to rewind the film completely before exposing it to light. You can do this by taking the camera in a pitch dark room, removing the film and turning the knob on the top of the film roll until the film has been completely wound back into the the roll.

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1) Minolta XG1 35mm Film Camera 2)Minolta X300 35mm Film Camera Which batteries can I use for the cameras listed above?

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Two 1.55v silver-oxide (SR44 or equivalent), or two 1.5v alkaline-manganese (LR44 or equivalent), or one 3v lithium (CR-1/3N).

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Minlota Vectis 2000- I want to open the film door without battery power. Is there an emergency release?

In short, no. The camera must be dismantled. If the film hasn't rewound, then if you wish to save your images you must dismantle it in total darkness: not easy! As the camera is usually a write-off anyway I just slowly crush APS cameras in a vice in my darkroom until they pop open enough for me to extract the film.

If the camera is faulty and not just in need of a fresh battery, then after recovering your film just chuck the camera away; it's not repairable and it definitely isn't collectable. APS was a poorly-engineered system from the start and 35mm has outlasted it largely because APS cameras were generally highly fault-prone and unreliable. It also didn't help that the image quality was worse than on 35mm because of the smaller negatives.

It's not all bad news: 35mm cameras of most types are now mostly near worthless and so commonly available for free on FreeCycle and Freegle as are APS cameras if you really want another.

Hopefully you will just need a fresh battery, but either way I hope that you manage to recover your film successfully.

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Film for nikai camera

You should be able to find 35mm film at most drugstores and supermarkets, not to mention camera stores.

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Have a canon rebel slr film camera and pictures are coming out white...

If the pictures are white then the negatives will be black and that means your shutter is stuck in the open position.

If the negatives are clear then the shutter hasn't opened at all.

Either way you have a faulty shutter, but as the repair costs far more than the camera is worth and as the camera is a long way past it's 5 year design life the best solution is consign yours to the spares bin and get another.

35mm Canon triple digit (Europe) or Rebel (USA) are ten a penny and can usually be obtained for free on FreeCycle or Freegle. They are utterly worthless as used models, so if you must pay for one then don't pay more than around £10 even if perfect for a body only unless you can thoroughly examine it before purchase in which case it's worth up to £20. In the USA those prices will be even lower.

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Lost user guide for 35mm SLR, Canon EOS 300.

In the US, this model was called the Rebel 2000, and the manual can be downloaded here.

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