l o o k through the viewfinder again; check to see that
the part of the subject that must be in sharp focus is in
the circle in the center of the viewfinder screen.
c. Turn the lens focusing ring (fig. 2-3) until the
circle in the center of the viewfinder screen shows the
subject most clearly.
d. P o i n t t h e c a m e r a s o t h a t w h a t y o u s e e i n t h e
viewfinder is exactly the way you want the picture to
e. Press the shutter release button.
2-11. Advancing Film
to Next Exposure
a. Turn the film advance lever.
b. Check to see that the frame counter moves to the
n e x t frame number.
Do not advance the film beyond the number of ex-
posures in the cartridge because you may tear the
film from the cartridge spool. If that happens, you
m u s t unload the camera in a darkroom or a
changing bag. You can tell that you have torn the
film from the cartridge spool by watching the
rewind knob. The rewind knob stops turning even
though you are turning the film advance lever .'
c. K e e p t u r n i n g t h e f i l m a d v a n c e l e v e r u n t i l i t
d. Put on the lens cap if you are not going to take
a n o t h e r picture right away.