Question about Instant Cameras
This sounds like the second shutter curtain is not closing completely - it's not reaching the right hand side of the shutter opening; or it's sticking & thus taking a long time to close so the part of the frame behind that area gets massively overexposed. You can check this by firing the shutter with no film in the camera and the back open. If I'm right, I'm afraid it's a repair shop job - unless you can see a hair or something like it caught up in the shutter. If so, you might just be able to remove it (all of it!) with tweezers.
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
It could also be caused by using too short a speed when using flash.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
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