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Addendum to what was already said: The FM2n has a true multiple exposure feature, it is possible you accidentally activated it (see manual). Also, film rolls with nominally 36 exposures often have 38-39 actual exposures on them if you only advance the film by the absolute minimum required to not have light spoiled film before starting to take pictures. ...


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It sounds like you are expecting the frame number indicator to act like a camera that uses a motorized film transport to pre-wind the unexposed film onto the take up spool inside the camera as soon as you shut the film door after loading the film. As you take images the film will be wound back into the film cannister by the motor. With such a camera the ...


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The basics There are two standard general interfaces allowing flashes/speedlights/studio storbes/etc. to work together independent of brand. The oldest is the flash cable. There are various connectors. The most common are the PC (short for "Prontor-Compur"), and 3.5mm (or 1/8") audio cable. Cables with one connector at each end are commonly ...


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