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Hey Guys.

I haven't shot on 16mm for quite some time.

Picked up a H16 EBM,

 

Just wondering wha the process for unloading is from the EBM, as on the old reflexes, you disengaged the motor and then wound back the film, not to sure what to do on this body. it also doesn't have the spindle...

 

any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

 

Regards,

 

 

 

Mitch

 

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try YouTube !....

 

John S

 

 

Hey John.

Thanks John, yes Ive seen that. But like I said its an EBM, which isnt the same as this model.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

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Hey mate, I've never had to rewind it to unload it. I've always just shot all the film through on to the take up spool?

 

Unless you want to do a double exposure or something for a test?

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Yeah I was hoping to run it back onto the original spool.

 

thanks mate. I'll just work from a different spool and double it back that way

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