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Rewind!? how do you rewind film on a 35 mm canon MC camera??

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If it is an SLR, there is a recessed button on the bottom of the camera that you push, then you flip the little handle out of the supply rear on top and crank clockwise, after the film is rewound and the real spins real easy, lift the supply real with the little handle and the back will pop open.

Posted on Feb 19, 2008

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