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I have a very nice 35 mm nokia camera with a zoom lens and lately when i get the pics developed, the pics come back blank or black. what could be the problem?

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Black pictures mean under exposed or un- exposed film

Underexposed film can mean incorrectly set up or metering failure
Un exposed film simply means the shutter has failed
Open camera and look through the back and operated the shutter
Does it work?

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