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Light streaks on the side of my photos they go from top to bottom on the left or right side of photo. It's a 35mm camera with color film

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Check at the hinged side of the film door for worn or missing light tight foam rubber. It degrades after a few years and needs to be replaced.

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No it not digital cameras, it a Kodak Star 435.


The Kodak Star 435 uses standard 35mm film, also known as size 135. 35mm film is available in a variety of lengths: 12-, 20-, 24, and 36-exposure.
You can get 35mm film for black-and-white prints, color prints, and color slides at any decent camera store. Many supermarkets and drugstores also carry 35mm film, though not as wide a selection. And, of course, you can buy film online.

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Where can I buy film for this camera and what kind of film?


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Canon EOS Rebel T2 - film loaded, but then wouldn't take a picture, the frame count was flashing on screen. What is the problem?


Hi. Open the camera back and pull the film further over towards the pick up spool, close the back and try again to take a photo, i had the same problem with an eos 650 and it always worked.Good luck.

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Sony camera T3


Try resetting the Camera.
press the reset button when the camera is turned ON. the button is located on the right bottom end of the front panel. just below the control button.


If issue is not resolved yet, remove the battery and then, press and hold the power button for 15 seconds.

This should resolve the issue.

Good luck........

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How do I take black and white photos using a canon powershot?


Place the camera in P, Tv, Av, M, Movie, or Stitch-assist mode. Press the Func/Set button, and scroll down to the "My Colors" icon on the left side (second or third icon down, should show "My Colors Off" at the bottom of the LCD). Now use the left/right buttons to select "B/W", and press the Func/Set button again.

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Black line across top of all my developed pictures


You have light leak somewhere to the film.
Usually from the bad film door seal.

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Distorted picture ,all lines and colors.


Service Advisory to Owners of the FinePix A303, F410, and F700 Digital Cameras Thank you for your patronage of Fujifilm FinePix digital cameras.

FUJI PHOTO FILM U.S.A., INC. announces that some of the FinePix A303, F410, and F700 digital camera models may develop a problem with the CCD imaging sensor. However, the problem affects a limited number of units and may not occur in all cameras.

The symptoms are captured images that appear completely black, have a purplish cast or multi- colored distortions. These symptoms would be seen on the camera LCD monitor when the camera is in the shooting mode or during playback. A limited number of these models will have these problems. The following list of serial numbers and model names may be affected:

Model Serial Number Range FinePix A303 3JA4****~3JA5**** FinePix F410 32A1****
32A6****~32A7****
32A9**** FinePix F700 33A0****
34A1****
Serial numbers are found on the bottom of the cameras

If your camera serial number is on the list and experiences the symptoms described above and have no other additional damage/malfunction, FUJI PHOTO FILM U.S.A., INC. will repair your camera at no charge, even if your standard one-year limited warranty has expired. If your camera is beyond the standard one year, limited warranty period, you will receive a written estimate for any additional damages or malfunctions not listed in this Service Advisory.

This announcement is issued by FUJI PHOTO FILM U.S.A., INC. and is limited to only those Fujifilm products imported to the U.S.A. by FUJI PHOTO FILM U.S.A., INC. and sold by FUJI PHOTO FILM U.S.A., INC. to authorized dealers.

IF SERVICE IS NEEDED:
Package the camera carefully using ample padded material to prevent damage in transit. Include your name, address and phone number with the shipment as well as a general description of the problem. Keep a record of the camera's serial number and shipment tracking number. Ship your camera to the Fuji Service Center noted below:

Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc.
1100 King George Post Rd.
Edison, NJ 08837
Attn: Camera Repair Dept./CCD Advisory

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Shutter problems


I am having a similar problem with my eos 100QD.
shutter opens, then stays open until I depress the shutter switch again.
Sometimes about half my photos are lost on a roll, but the other photos are fine (as would be expected from how the film is wound). This problem looks like it's caused by the shutter mechanism failing, a common problem with older camera and one that is often more expensive to repair than it is to replace the body.

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