Question about Photography
Turn the bottom buttom (the A-Z one) to where the lines line up and push the button to the side a bit. Then slide the whole back downward,NOW YOU CAN TAKE THE OLD FILM OUT AND LOAD THE NEW ONE....
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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