Slr Photo Camera

Slr Photo Camera
A problem I have when taking photos with my 35mm Slr Camera?

When I take my photos. It is said that he took 38 pictures. And I still allowed to take photos. I advance the lever, and take a picture, and does not change to 39 photos taken, stays at 38. And the 36 photos taken red mark. Had they not taken place in the moving picture means that my camera is broken, or the movie is ruined? What's wrong with that.

Once in a while can get 1 or 2 additional frames on a roll of 36 exposure. It depends on the amount of lead provided by the manufacturer and the physical length of film, but 36 years is usually the maximum. Without knowing exactly which camera you have, I can not tell you why the advance lever allows you to continually advance the film and the shutter. However, the fact that the meter does not move suggests the film is not moving well. This could be good news in that some cameras have a safety feature to protect the unity of the mechanisms and the film of being torn by a clumsy user otherwise force the advanced level and destroy the drivetrain. That said, it is quite possible have shown that the final image several times if you have not been covering the lens when the shutter tripped. My suggestion is to rewind the film, remove it and develop it before you get alarmed. In almost all manual 35mm cameras, there is a release button (usually at the bottom) to disengage the drive system so that you can rewind the film back into its container. The reel itself is usually the knob on the left side of the camera that rotates as the film progresses. The handle is usually built in the knob and twisted. Each camera is a little different but the whole 35 mm Canon, Chinon, Nikon and Yashica cameras in the 1970s and 1980s worked in this way when I was a child.

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