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I would say yes you have made a double exposure, but i am not 100% sure. There is nothing you can do about it if you have, Maybe it will be a happy accident and you will have an interesting image. Because it is a cheep and simple plastic camera it may re-expose the film ( create a double exposure ) but you would be able to hear and feel if the shutter was ...


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This camera has a very basic film winding mechanism. My first guess. It could be that the button that you push to release the film in order to rewind the film got pushed while in the bag (releasing the the take-up spool) and this allowed the film in the canister, which is under tension, to pull the film backwards and the counter with it. I believe the ...


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Usually an analogue camera does not create a double exposure when pressing the shutter again, without advancing the film. The film advance process also cocks the shutter mechanism. So if the film isn't advanced, nothing happens. There are cameras that have a special feature to do double exposures, by allowing you to re-cock the shutter without advancing the ...


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As you state, SLR's have mirror-slap, unless you lock up the mirror. However, the mechanical shutter of even mirrorless cameras still makes some noise, so you might consider a camera that allows use of only the electronic shutter. That can have disadvantages, though, such as a 'rolling shutter" effect if the suibject is moving. The best thing would be to ...


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Assuming it happens with a known good lens (or no lens at all): The shutter is about the only essential moving part in an a6000 - there is no mirror, no aperture actuator, no AF motor, no IBIS (there is a sensor cleaning mechanism with an ultrasonic actuator, though). It would be a likely candidate. Sony FAQs say that this message indicates either a ...


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