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    Thank you very much. I took the camera to a professional before I started using and he said that there was a problem with the aperture but he fixed it. I believe the problem was really the film speed I had set. Now, thanks to all the explanations, I understood how it works and I'll pay attention to that next time.
    Thank you again, cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neal View Post
    Dear margou,

    I am guessing, of course, but I think that the film speed setting on the camera is set at too high a number. If you are unsure as to how to set this, you can find the manual here.
    That's not for the Super 2000. The Super 2000 is found here.

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