Question about Nikon N65 35mm SLR Camera
I have had my camera for awhile and never had problems, I have been taking pictures with it and had 4 rolls of film to get developed, I took 2 in and the told me there was nothing on them, so the other 2 I took some where else to get developed they told me the same thing. The camera is acting fine. Any sugguestions what might me the problem?
Looks like you are not loading the film onto the take-up spool correctly.
Go back to the development store and ask them if they can give you a spool of waste film (e.g. one that got exposed to the light or something). Otherwise buy the cheapest film you can find.
Load the film in the camera. Take a few frames. Open the camera back up a bit, the film should have advanced. You will be able to tell this because there is more film on the takeup spool. The frames are also numbered nearby.
It might take you a few goes to get the film to load correctly. If no luck, maybe the file wind-on is broken and the camera needs repair.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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