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Noblex Pro 60/150 film overlapping

I bought a used Noblex Pro 60/150 E recently. My first roll of film has bad overlapping problem. The frames overlap one another by as much as 5 mm (quite consistently throughout). Wonder how to fix this. According to manual, there should be a spacing of 3 mm.

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Just got mine as well! Awesome! mine also overlapped but it is simply a film loading issue. Make certain the film is loaded with the winding nob in the "S" position when the arrow on the film aligns with the red dot. Wind on to shot 1 and it will click and stop. All shots should then line up.

Another tip - take images 1 and 2 of the same pic at the same exposure of the exact same scene. Assuming the rest of the images are taken with the same lighting situation over the next hour or so your local lab should be able to clip test image 1, then process the remainder of the film ("push" or "pull") to give 5 remaining images exposed spot on!!

Cheers from Ralph!

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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