Question about Canon EOS Rebel K2 35mm SLR Camera
I was taking pictures t-100 film, 36exp., and on shot17 my camera like jammed. I could- not even rewind what I had shot.there is like a dbl bulls eye blinking in the little window. I just bought this on 9-12-207 for my first photography class at CSUN. The camera store suggested I tryyou guys beore returning it. Can you help?
Go into a darkened bedroom, dive under the thickest covers you can muster, with the camera. Open the camera back. You can now remove the cassette and unwind the film from the take-up spool (press the rewind button to free it) and wherever it has got caught up. Using the spindle on the cassette, wind the film back into the cassette. Now you can get out from under the covers and breathe again! Examine the camera mechanism to see if there's anything obviously untoward. Take it back to the camera shop & get them to check it out for you. If necessary, buy a cheap roll of film, put it through the camera until it jams (you can repeat this several times with the same roll if necessary). Then you can open the back in daylight & see what's going wrong - or, again, take it to the shop for help. They may want to send it for repair like that: if so send it with a note that the film is trashed & they can just open the back in daylight.
Posted on Sep 29, 2007
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