Question about Cameras
I'm assuming you're using a film camera then.
Try taking a photo just to make sure that the camera doesn't count up starting from zero (depends on your camera model).
Most likely when the film was loaded either:
1. The holes on the film were not lined up with the sprocket teeth in the camera.
2. The the film needed to be pulled out just a little further so that it is laid across MORE of the sprocket.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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