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Problems rewinding film.

I hit the rewind button on the bottom of my camera early. (first time using the camera, I didn't realize it rewinds on it's own AFTER the last frame) Now my camera is beeping at me and not letting me take the last picture. How can I save my film?

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  • shhjules May 11, 2010

    i have the same problem. first time using my camera, and i hit the button right after i loaded the film, i thought maybe it would secure the film in (obviously not). like he/she asked above; is there any way to take it back out and save my film?  seem unlikely.


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Your film is already rewound (if I understood you correctly). Your camera is beeping because the film is rewound and there is no film for the camer to take the photo on since it has been rewound.

Posted on Sep 21, 2007

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