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    If you have Nikon F100, what frame number does it start?

    I just acquired a used F100. If you have one, will you please tell me what frame # on negative images start?

    Mine starts on first frame straddling 0 and 0A and ends with 24 and 24A being the last shot. That makes total of 25 shorts for 24 exp film.

    Not that I am complaining of getting an extra frame, is this normal for this camera?
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    I used to have an F100 but honestly I don't recall. I will try and and look at some old negs I have that I shot with the camera and try to get back to you. I don't think this is something you have to worry about IMHO.

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    Where it starts depends on how much leader is used before I close the back.

    I get 36 exposures on a 36 exposure roll.

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    This depends on the film too. My Canon EOS' start with films from nearly every filmmaker on frame 1 except some Rolleis from Maco; here they start at frame 0 because the frame numbers are aligned different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ath View Post
    This depends on the film too. My Canon EOS' start with films from nearly every filmmaker on frame 1 except some Rolleis from Maco; here they start at frame 0 because the frame numbers are aligned different.
    I had not noticed that because I use Kodak film almost exclusively.
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    Thanks for replies, but I'm interested in hearing from folks who own F100, please. This body is a type where you position the leader at a mark and close the back. It's automatic.
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    I wasn't aware the length of leaders and position of the numbers aren't standardized.... Thank you for pointing that out. I'm using Tmax400-2 24 exposure rolls..
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    With HP5+ my F100 starts on frame 0a and ends on 36a, giving me 37 frames.
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    I own three F100 bodies. What you are experiencing doesn't surprise me. I regularly get an extra frame on my 36 exp rolls. Wouldn't worry about it. Celebrate the added frame.
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    it also depends on which film you use

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