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  • iranwest Mar 06, 2008

    I have a 35mm camera[film] The will not automatically advance to the next frame. MINOLTIA freedom zoom 90ex.

  • iranwest Mar 06, 2008

    35mm MINOLTIA freedom zoom 90ex

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Http://www.amazon.com/Minolta-Freedom-Action-90-Camera/dp/B00004TJ7Q
please download the manual from here. and see if good for you
Sergio

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That's a mechanism issue inside the camera. Sounds like it's jammed or broken..is this a new issue?

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Unfortunately, this indicates a failure of the film spool motor. And, as my wife recently found out, fixing that generally costs more than the camera itself did...

Any chance the camera is still under warranty?

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Hi dude

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 06, 2008

    what is the camera model and make?

  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 06, 2008

    actually you do not have a film in a digi cam....
    can you tell about which film are you talking??

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