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black pictures are a shutter problem, no light is getting in and how can it put the image on the film if it doesn’t open, or barely opens. Never shake the picture, it will splatter the chemicals around unevenly and cause defective developing. NEVER OPEN the film door unless it is showing a 0 that means it is out of film, or you will be the shutter,exposing the film by letting light onto the film and you will get all white picturespictures, since you are not supposed to be the shutter. It will also reset the camera pics left to 10, so once you shut that door, leave it shut. If you have some in there that you already opened on, It could be that only the next film will be ruined and some after that will work, so don’t just throw it all out. Flow chart: Camera needs film->open camera, insert film, now it says “s” - think of the s as meaning ‘shade’, telling you the shade is still over the film. Depending on the camera, some will automatically release the shade when you power on, if not, then the first time you go to take the pic, it will release it. It does this because you have just shut the door, so that is telling it that you inserted a new film pack. If you open that door again, it will think it needs to release the shade on a new pack, and put out a blank white film. OK, so you inserted the film pack and the shade has been released and the ‘s’ now becomes 10. From here your pics will count down till 0…. unless you open the door and it goes back to s, waiting to release the shade from a new pack that you told it was put in, because you opened that film door. If you open that film door, it will continue to go from s to 10, then back to s and release another white film, thinking it is the shade and back to 10. There is nothing to see inside, DO NOT OPEN THE FILM DOOR UNTIL IT READS ZERO! or you will reset your camera to s and start the beginning process over and over until all the film is gone and comes out white.
black pictures are a shutter problem, no light is getting in and how can it put the image on the film if it doesn’t open, or barely opens. Never shake the picture, it will splatter the chemicals around unevenly and cause defective developing. NEVER OPEN the film door unless it is showing a 0 that means it is out of film, or you will be the shutter,exposing the film by letting light onto the film and you will get all white picturespictures, since you are not supposed to be the shutter. It will also reset the camera pics left to 10, so once you shut that door, leave it shut. If you have some in there that you already opened on, It could be that only the next film will be ruined and some after that will work, so don’t just throw it all out. Flow chart: Camera needs film->open camera, insert film, now it says “s” - think of the s as meaning ‘shade’, telling you the shade is still over the film. Depending on the camera, some will automatically release the shade when you power on, if not, then the first time you go to take the pic, it will release it. It does this because you have just shut the door, so that is telling it that you inserted a new film pack. If you open that door again, it will think it needs to release the shade on a new pack, and put out a blank white film. OK, so you inserted the film pack and the shade has been released and the ‘s’ now becomes 10. From here your pics will count down till 0…. unless you open the door and it goes back to s, waiting to release the shade from a new pack that you told it was put in, because you opened that film door. If you open that film door, it will continue to go from s to 10, then back to s and release another white film, thinking it is the shade and back to 10. There is nothing to see inside, DO NOT OPEN THE FILM DOOR UNTIL IT READS ZERO! or you will reset your camera to s and start the beginning process over and over until all the film is gone and comes out white.

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Contribution d'origine par : Sandra Figg ,

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black pictures are a shutter problem, no light is getting in and how can it put the image on the film if it doesn’t open, or barely opens.    Never shake the picture, it will splatter the chemicals around unevenly and cause defective developing.   NEVER OPEN the film door unless it is showing a 0 that means it is out of film, or you will be the shutter, letting light onto the film and you will get all white  pictures.   It will also reset the camera pics left to 10, so once you shut that door, leave it shut.    If you have some in there that you already opened on,   It could be that only the next film will be ruined and some after that will work, so don’t just throw it all out.

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