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    I need some kind advise from CSER here.

    I've loaded a B&W film into my SLR and had taken a shot from it, but, is it safe to rewind the B&W film and use it again? As I have only taken a shot from it, I am thinking to rewind it due to last min colour film is required for sunrise/set shot, and will load back the used(with the 1 shot taken)B&W film again. I heard some said that should be fine as long as the first shot is forwarded and start from the 2nd shot will be safe.

    Thanks in advance everyone

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    it is safe. i did that before. if you want to be MORE safe, then when you load the film again, forward 2 shots, instead of one just in case there is any mis-alightment, etc.
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    Just remember to forward the number of shots accordingly.

    So far I've done mid-way rolls for 2 rolls of slides before, I didn't forward the frames extra but the shots never overlapse after developing.

    Don't worry

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    Don't forget to close the lens with a cap or your hands, choose the highest manual shutterspeed....

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    and select the smallest aperture opening to be safe..

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    And always forward at least an extra frame, film is cheap! Your image may not, not only that, the moment won't come back......

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    Hearltfelt thanks for everyone advises.

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