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Unloading the Film
The camera automatically rewinds the film into the cassette after the last exposure. 1. Wait for the film to completely rewind into the film cassette. â¢ The TEXT-MESSAGING PANEL (30) will display âFILM REWINDINGâ and the FRAME COUNTER (31) will count down to â0.â When the motor stops running, the text-messaging panel will display âREMOVE FILM.â 2. Turn the camera upside down and slide the FILM-DOOR
3. Remove the film cassette from the camera and reload with new KODAK ADVANTIX Film. â¢ The FSI on the fully-exposed film cassette will be at " (#3 position).
LATCH (17) to open the FILM DOOR (18) and to
Mid-roll change (MRC) This camera has MRC feature where a partially exposed film cassette can be rewound for later use. The FSI on a partially exposed film cassette will be set to Â (#2 position). When you reload the film cassette into the camera, the camera will automatically advance the film to the first unexposed frame. Film can be rewound and reloaded until the last frame is taken. The camera will automatically rewind the film and set the FSI to " (#3 position).
1. Gently press the FILM-REWIND BUTTON (21) by using a pointed object to start the autofilm rewind. 2. Wait for the film to completely rewind into the film cassette.