position (fig. 2-9), screw the end of the cable release
into the top of the shutter release button.
b. If you want the release to hold for a time ex-
posure, turn its knurled ring counterclockwise all the
way before pressing the release button.
c. At the end of the exposure, turn the knurled ring
clockwise. (The release button will pop out.)
d. Before removing the cable release, insure that
the time lock/shutter lock lever is set at L; then un-
screw the cable release from the shutter release button.
2-19. Making Double Exposure
The camera must be removed from its everready
a. After making the first exposure, press in the film
b. With the crank, turn the rewind knob clockwise
until the film rewind button makes exactly one-half
c. Hold the rewind crank lightly and turn the film
d. Stop turning
when you feel resistance
on the crank.
e. Turn the film advance lever once more. (The
camera is now ready to make a second exposure on the
The frame counter advances one frame with each
exposure. The frame counter will indicate one
count higher than the actual total exposures.