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Film does not feed into
The most probable problem you're experiencing is a lens gear issue, but it could be as simple as dirt, dust, lint, or sand inside the lens assembly. You can try to spray some compressed air into the lens assembly in hope of freeing it, or you can gently bump the side of the camera. Aside from that, make sure the battery contacts inside the camera are clean. The following web blog talks about lens issues for mainly digital cameras, but most of the suggestions will apply to your SLR:
If nothing helps, run it by a local camera repair shop and get an estimate, or contact Olympus Support:
Good luck, and hope this helps.
on Feb 07, 2019
Nikon N60 fEE Issue
First of all, you can download a manual from here
Basically, with certain types of lenses you need to set the aperture ring on the actual lens to its minimum setting (f22 or f32). Once it is set here, the camera can then control the aperture. It's covered on page 16 of the manual.
Hope this helps,
Nikon N60 35mm...
on Feb 07, 2019
Bronica AE II E Finder Owners Manual
Since I never use a TTL flash with my Bronica's, I'll give you my suggestion for a great solution. Using your TTL Metz flash, (make sure you've connected the TTL cord for Bronica ETRsi) take 8 shots at different apertures on A (Automatic), then take 8 shots at different apertures on M (Manual). I realize this will waste one 120 roll of film, but one negative will stand out as your perfect exposure. Yes, whenever you reduce the ISO in half, your basically overexposing the film by one f/stop. Just remember that this overexposes everything your shooting from foreground to background. With flash, this may cause your highlights to wash out, but any good lab could print for the highlights and make the background go darker. I used to shoot Vericolor at ISO 125 instead of it's rated ISO of 160.
on Jan 30, 2019
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