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HELP! HAVING TROUBLE WITH CAMERA. BLINKING H ALL THE SUDDEN. WASTED A ROLL OF FILM TRYING TO GET IT TO WORK. CHANGED BATTERY TOO. I WAS TOLD IT WAS ATLEAST 10 YRS. OLD. THANKS. CHANDRA

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  • Anonymous Oct 23, 2008

    I have a sure shot BF 32mm-I put in new film AND brand NEW batteries --go to take picture -light flashes BUT film doesn't advance AT ANY TIME and shows me a picture of battery power?! Why is this happening!?? I NEED HELP please!!!

  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2008

    I have a cannon sure shot 80 tele date camera and i think the battery is low but how do i tell

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Hi Chandra,

What camera and model is this?

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The new roll of film winds into the right spool upon closing back cover // brand new batteries displays 1/2 and ERR appears on led panel


Is the ERR blinking, and is there an additional blinking E on the display? If so, the film is not loaded properly.
The film is supposed to advance all the way to the take-up spool upon loading. The camera then "rewinds" one frame at a time as you take pictures. This way the camera knows exactly how many shots are left on the roll. Also, if the back is accidentally opened, the shots already taken are already in the can and won't be ruined.
If you need a manual, you may download a copy here.
Try cleaning the battery contacts and see whether the battery reads full with no film in the camera.
If problems persists, feel free to reply to this post and give any additional details.

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I don't know how to roll up the film after it's done. I ruined the last one. How do I roll up the film?


There is a crank located on the top of the camera. Some Lomo's Ive seen have it located on the left, but it will always be on the side of the camera where you placed the film. Many cameras will also have arrows indicating what direction to turn it in order to wind the film back in. If there are no arrows, place your ruined roll of film (or a new roll of film) into the camera, and try winding it with the back open (if you're using a new roll of film, don't roll it all the way in, or you'll waste another roll).
If there is no crank, or it is broken, you can always unload your camera in perfect darkness (no red lights), and wind it back into the canister by hand.

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I have a half way through film in my Nikon F80 and I have changed the batteries. At first it wouldn't go on, there would be the error sign blinking after turning it on. I turned it on and off several times...


You can force your camera to rewind, but you will have a partially shot roll of film. If you continue to shoot your counter will be off but when the film cannot advance any more the camera will rewind.

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I have changed both betteries. The field where the info is says help I do not know what to do. A roll of film got stuck halfway thru. I don't know if it was the battery or the camera I have never had...


at the bottomside of the camera you should see a tiny hole, inset a straightened paperclip into it, this will manually release the film.. if its a button type just pressing it wud do... try this if u havent yet...
the roll wud get stuck for two reasons... if u ve wound the film in the opposite direction or
It is possible that the film has broken free from the canister. You may have to try and push it back in the canister by hand



if that doesnt help.....you have to slowly pull the film out by hand. Sounds like there is just a minor jam and thats why the batteries are messing up. Just try to pull everything out because that will be the only way to free it. I see this problem all to often I work with Kodak. Im sure if you take your time and gently pull the film out turn the camera off and back on the cmaera will reset itself and should work just fine.


hope this was helpful thank you good luck with ur camera have a nice day

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Evoca 115 stopped working after 22 shots


I think you have run out of film. 22 panoramic shots is the equivalent of at least 35 regular shots. Did you open the camera in a darkroom because if not you might of ruined the film. You need to try rewinding the film putting in a fresh roll and I think it should work. Hope this Helps.

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Film advance


throw it away, its already old, buy new ones a pentax g40, its a computer compatible.

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Help!! 10-year old Accura Zoom 80 film camera is taking blurry photos all of a sudden


you should be able to place your hand in front of the auto focus window while looking in front of camera (be careful not to blind yourself with the flash) you should notice the lens moving sightly as if to focus. The best way though is to actually shoot a roll through it. Do not shoot a wedding or anything of real importance...the cost of a roll of film and develop is worth piece of mind.

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Flashing HI


there is a flexible ribbon cable carrying signals from camera body to the lense assembly. Due to regular use it gets worn out, thus it gets broken and is not able to perform the task for which the camera has given the signal. in your camera also the same flex cable is broken. Get it changed at some good repairer

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