Question about Canon Photography
I would say either the film didn't wind properly as it was going along,or the shutter isn't working properly.Did it make the whirring noise like it was winding after you took a picture?If you can,try taking a picture with the door open,no film,and see if the shutter moves.If it does open,it's probably the winder which pulls the film after a picture is taken.Good luck!
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
Are the teeth on the winder spool intact , also check the holes in the film havent been torn , this can happen when the film is stiff to move usually due to it being cold or damp .
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