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Error message on camera

I get a E instead of the film loading
Err of the shutter speed
plus the [+/-] flashes with the Err

this camera worked fine two days ago what happened that would give me this problem

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  • n1822 Jul 14, 2008

    Hi, my problem is almost identical, but the 'Err' appeared after the film ran out...the camera was in the middle of rewinding.



    thanks.

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I had the same problem, what I did was set ISO to manual,and still got the Err,but I took a shot and the film advanced and it seems to be ok now.

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Dear racegirl18,
If on the lcd screen and in the viewfinder an Err and E are blinking it should mean that the film is not advanced properly. To fix this open the back and reinsert the film.

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