Question about Canon EOS Rebel T2 with 28-90 lens 35mm Film Camera

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Inserting film When film is put in,the film advances to final number and rewinds.

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  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2008

    I understand Sally's problem, my used Ebay T2 does this exact same thing I know the Canon's wind the film out and wind the film in after each picture but my T2 winds the film out snaps two pictures then winds the film all the way back into the canister without me pressing any buttons. I have tried removing the batteries for an extended period then reinstalling them and it does the same thing I have lost eight brand new rolls of film trying to get this fixed but to no avail. I also bought another used Canon Rebel 2000 and it loaded the film the first time and worked perfectly so I do not think it is me with the problem.........got any ideas??

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That is how, it is designed. So it is not a problem

Posted on Jan 30, 2008

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