Not many people shoot 35mm film anymore with the rise in mobile photography on phones. But this doesn't mean that the art of 35mm is dead! In this article I am going to show you a technique that I discovered on jschoon212's YouTube Channel. This is cool and can be used with other brands of cameras. He really took the time to understand this camera and I suggest you visit his channel for more interesting tips and tricks.
Turn the Kodak FunSaver over so it is Lens Up
Look at the TOP LEFT CORNER. Rub it and see the indention. This is where the holes are located.
Rip the Sticker Off
Rip the Sticker to reveal black plastic shell beneath. No reason to be gentle here. It's basically a sticker that surrounds the tough plastic body of the camera.
Take a Paper Clip and Straighten It Out
A Large to Medium sized paper clip works the best for this operation.
Identify the Lower Hole
This is where you stick the paper clip.
Insert the Paper Clip Diagonally and Turn Left
Begin by entering from the left side, pointing the paper clip at roughly a 45 degree angle. Once you have felt the tip of the paper clip go as far in as possible, turn to the right (as seen above). You should feel a click. You have just backwinded the film.
Now You Can Engage the Shutter
Now, you can frame your shot. Think about the composition of the previous image. Your new image will be an additional layer to the previous image creating a ghosting effect. Experiment and have fun!