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    canon eos rebel 35mm

    I have an older model rebel and the last time i took pictures in to get developed only one single picture came out of a whole role of film and now i cant get it to spool correctly its like the teeth wont grab the film or something. anyone know whats going on
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDallam View Post
    I have an older model rebel and the last time i took pictures in to get developed only one single picture came out of a whole role of film and now i cant get it to spool correctly its like the teeth wont grab the film or something. anyone know whats going on

    Its broke LOL seriouly take it to a camera shop and have it looked at

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    I had someone tell me that sometimes rebels spool funny if the battery is dying?
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    yeah that is true I heard it before as well. I like Nikon's camera's My L100 is great for everyday shoting

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    People still use film? I thought everything was digital these days. Nice to hear that its not totally gone

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    Start with the cheapest thing first

    . . . like the battery. If that doesn't do it, seriously consider upgrading to digital before spending mega bucks on camera repair, it might just be the cheaper way. Years ago, like maybe 10 or more, the standard charge for a shutter repair was around $65, so it's bound to be WAY more than that now, that is if anyone still works on mechanical film based cameras. Does anyone even still process film?

    My best suggestion, assuming you have bought into the Canon system already, snag a Rebel on E-Bay, The prices look very good.
    http://shop.ebay.com/i.html?_nkw=Can...mera&_osacat=0
    Last edited by MDSurfer; Dec 11, 2009 at 02:35 PM.