So I was loading some 35mm into my camera and it died midway through. Turns out I had less battery life than I thought. So I replaced the dead batteries with some unlabeled Chinese ones I forgot I had and it kept going till it stopped at 11.
Now I'm not sure what to do since it only thinks there's 11, because it automatically rewinds the film back into container once you've used all the shots.
So basically I was wondering if there's a way I can get the camera to realize there's actually 24 shots? Sorry if I'm forgetting something obvious, I haven't used film in a long time.
Just googled, not sure on the model but it seems to be the same for a few different canons
>1) Turn the command dial to ISO mode.
>2) Remove the lens (or at least unlock it on the EF bayonet).
>3) Push the rear buttons together simultaneously. The camera will rewind.
>4) Replace or relock the lens.
If that doesn't work just search the model and "mid roll rewind"
Oops forgot pic. And there is no ISO setting on mine.
You could take 11 blank exposures, let the camera rewind your film and then try to get the leader out.
You could then use double-sided tape on a piece of exposed film, insert it into the cartridge and hope the tape sticks to the leader, then pull it out.
Alright well I rewinded it and got it out. Trying to use the trick shown in this video because no double sided tape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnwVLaaQbkw
It's not fucking working though so idk
Alright well I just figured out why it was so difficult to get out. Somehow the fucking leader folded and went in anyway. I think I got it though.
Btw thanks everyone
I think most Canons with Custom Functions can do it.
I can't be fucked most of the time, I want to be able to shoot film all the way to the end of the roll, so I rarely use EOS slrs.
So yeah what I've learned today is don't try to load film with nearly dead batteries