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35mm Camera Overview

35mm Camera Overview

Every camera has a button that takes the photo, a crank of some kind, and the rotator on the left side of the camera that moves with the crank.

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Rotator on left hand side is important here

Rotator on left hand side is important here

See how it moves when the film is cranked forward? That shows that the film is actually moving forward.

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Rotate this crank clockwise until it catches

Rotate this crank clockwise until it catches

Note: DO NOT OPEN UP YOUR CAMERA. THIS IS ONLY TO DEMONSTRATE THE FILM DOES NOT MOVE.

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Hold Your Thumb Down on the Bottom Button

Hold Your Thumb Down on the Bottom Button

Note: DO NOT OPEN UP YOUR CAMERA. THIS IS ONLY TO DEMONSTRATE THE FILM DOES NOT MOVE.

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With Finger on Rotator and Thumb on Bottom Button, Crank the film

With Finger on Rotator and Thumb on Bottom Button, Crank the film

With finger on rotator and thumb on bottom button, crank the film.
Note: DO NOT OPEN UP YOUR CAMERA. THIS IS ONLY TO DEMONSTRATE THE FILM DOES NOT MOVE.

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Crank Camera as Normal to Advance Frames

Crank Camera as Normal to Advance Frames

Note: DO NOT OPEN UP YOUR CAMERA. THIS IS ONLY TO DEMONSTRATE THE FILM MOVES.