I have an old VR35 K12 Kodak camera that was used a lot during the late eighties and early nineties. When I lift up the flash thingie that exposes the lens, it starts making a loud winding sound that won't stop until I put the flash thingie back down in closed position. Is this something that is easy/relatively inexpensive to fix or have fixed? It was a great little camera in its day.
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In the late eighties early nineties of the last century, when the internet started, only site were setup, from existing people and firms. 1976, there was no internet and there certainly was no mail address for Granada Television. So unless someone did put the archives on the net, with a start date before 1976, you won't find anything. Perhaps you could try Wikipedia, because everyone can put things there, even out of their own archives.
Contact your dealer ! but 32:1 sounds correct. 8 ounces of Lawnboy oil to two gallons of gasoline ....is 32:1, 8 ounces of oil to one gallon of fuel is 16:1 for the real old lawnboys,
When Toro bought out OMC,and started using Tecumseh mowers,the ratio changed in the late 80's or early nineties ! IIRC :o)
The thermoplan is a disc-shaped airship of hybrid type, currently under development in Russia. The key feature of thermoplan is its two section structure. The main section of the airship is filled with helium, while the other section is filled with air that can be heated or cooled by the engines. This design greatly improves the maneuverability, alongside with the disc shape which helps resist the powerful winds up to 20 metre per second. The project was started in the late 1980s and the early 1990s, with the first working prototype tested in 1991. That was rather small airship, and the giant thermoplan wasn't built at that time due to the problems caused by the economy crisis of 1990s. In the late 2000s the project was revived under the name Locomoskayner (?????????????) by the Russian company Lokomosky in Ulyanovsk.
If you have a PictBridge-compatible printer, you can simply connect the camera to the printer using the USB cable.
Alternatively, you can copy pictures from the internal memory to a memory card. Press the Review button, then press the Menu button. Press up/down to highlight Copy, then press OK. Continue on to select your desired options.
Yes, usually there is a sticker inside the battery chamber that shows the correct orientation of the contact. If stick is missing, the contact go in first. If the camera wont work, turn the battery over and try again If a new battery wont work at all the camera may be gone.
The FT lens mount system (FL system) is not the same lens mount used on today's Canon EOS cameras (EF lens mount). The FT/FL system was used for a very short time in the 1960s, and was replaced by the FD lens mount system. Canon switched to the EOS/EF system in the late 1980s/early 1990s. So the lens will not fit on a Digital Rebel, and because it's 2 generations away from the lenses that do fit I don't think there was ever an adaptor made. Sorry!