Question about Canon EOS-AE-1 35mm SLR Camera
I guess it is actually an AE1 and not an EOS, as EOS is a digital camera! You will have to scrap the film in the camera by opening the back and removing the film. Take out the film can, then pull the film off the take up spool press the windback button on the bottom of the camera. This should get it working again. Try a few shutter releases and wind ons before putting a new film in. If you have important images on the film you don't wan to lose just do the above in complete darkness, and wind the loose film back into the can using the knob at the bottom.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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