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Panoramic pictures?? is this camera capable of taking panoramic view pictures?? I just got a film developed and half the pictures were panoramic view, never happened before, don't have manual, how do I get it to happen again? can't find a button or setting on it. Please help

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Re: panoramic pictures??

A panoramic photo on 35mm film is just cutting off the top and bottom. even if you can't set the camera that way, you can ask your local photo store to print any shot that way for you. Usually 2x the price of 4x6.

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For the price of the repair from a camera shop, it would be cheaper to buy a new camera,

This camera is less that £100, so to get the problem looked at by a shop would cost more than it is worth,
This would be a false economy. and it could faulter again in 3 weeks time.

You could take the camera to a shop and they would be able to get the pictures off for you, for a fee.

Spending £50 to get the pic's back, seems sensible to me.

But to spend another £50 to £100 to get the camera repaired, in my eyes is wasting money.

You might aswel get the pictures off the camera, and buy a new camera.

This is the best solution, from my point of view.

Hope this helps you decide

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