Question about Lomo Supersampler 35mm Point and Shoot Camera

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Lomo supersampler.... how do i get the film out?

Cant get the film out :(

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  • cookiemo May 12, 2008

    thanks!!! :)

  • isabalien Dec 19, 2008

    I can't find the black buton that would release the film...

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On the camera you have a round loop on one side and a rectangle loop on the other side. next to the rectangle there is a narrow black slide button. press that button then open the camera. on the bottom where the film on the outside of the case is a black button that hold the film in place. slide that outward then remove the film.

Posted on May 12, 2008

Dâââ.... and how to REWIIIIIND the film???
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Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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