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Fish eye 2 camera film, help!


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hello there people,
I've just purchased my fisheye 2 camera,
but apparently loaded a 36mm film instead of 35mm film.
it specified 35mm film only.
but after loading the 36mm film, it seems to work properly.. I think?
I mean, it's my 1st time handling with it.
what am I supposed to do now?
anyway had this silly experience before?

please do reply my thread, & your help will be very much appreciated!:heart:
 

liionel

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im not too sure, but if its working fine, then it should be okay, but if you dont feel too safe, maybe you could just remove the film and load in 35mm. :)
 

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hello there people,
I've just purchased my fisheye 2 camera,
but apparently loaded a 36mm film instead of 35mm film.
it specified 35mm film only.
but after loading the 36mm film, it seems to work properly.. I think?
I mean, it's my 1st time handling with it.
what am I supposed to do now?
anyway had this silly experience before?

please do reply my thread, & your help will be very much appreciated!:heart:
is there such a film as 36mm? :dunno: I think you get it mixed up, you are loading a correct format film.

anyway, 35 millimetre (35mm) film also call 135 film, and also call small format film, if using it in most 35mm Camera, the (frame) image size is 24mx36m,
it come with three length, one is 12 exposure, and 24 exposure, and the most common seen and available are the 36 exposure, and it able to have 36 exposure on each roll of film.
 

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I have a fisheye 2 with me, I using the regular 35mm film on this camera.. any photo lab will sell this kind of film...

if you want to know whether the film is load properly. after the first exposure as you wind the film, the rewind knob will turn in the same direction as well... also the film counter will indication the number of frame exposed..
 

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