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I have a Fujifilm Discovery 312 Zoom camera but cannot figure out how to unload/load it. That is, I can open the back, but a film canister that is in it (from having been put in many years ago) does not readily come out. It is seated in such a way that I cannot see how to release it. Can you help? Is there such a thing as an instruction manual for this camera? (I realize that the camera is an old model, probably no longer in production.)

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I think that if you copy and paste this address into your browser, it will take you to where you can download the manual to your computer.
http://www.ziddu.com/download/9810044/Fujifilm_Discovery_312_Zoom_manual_user.pdf.html

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