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Shooting with the Lens Set on "A" Mark.
Automatic Film Rewind
At the end of the roll, the camera rewinds the film automatically.
1) While the camera is rewinding the film, the film transport bars will move in sequence from right to left to indicate that the film is being rewound. At this time, the frame counter will count down.
2) Film rewind stops automatically when the roll is completely rewound.
3) Open the back cover when the film-load check mark (@ ) starts blinking. 4) Remove the film cartridge.
5) Slide the main switch to "L" to turn off the camera.
< Manual Film Rewind >
If you want to rewind the film before the end of the roll, manual film rewind is possible.
1) Open the palm wing.
2) As soon as the manual rewind button ( @<< ) is pressed, the camera starts rewinding the film.
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