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Is the film still useable if the back of an analog camera opens while you're still on 0 shots and have just loaded in the film?

Unless your camera has a motor drive you are probably fine. Some of those cameras unroll all of the film at the start so the taken photos are in the canister and safe if the back is opened. Manually ...
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Is the film still useable if the back of an analog camera opens while you're still on 0 shots and have just loaded in the film?

There is always a very simple answer to this question... Film that is exposed to light is ruined. Film that is concealed within the cassette is protected from light. So you can make your own ...
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Is the film still useable if the back of an analog camera opens while you're still on 0 shots and have just loaded in the film?

You should be fine. Just take into account that the first shot or two are empty, as they are exposed while loading the film. There are tricks such as loading the camera inside a bag that will allow ...
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