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Mid-roll Change with a Canon Elph Jr.

What you say is fairly obvious, but the million dollar question is: How on earth does one change the exposure indicator back to "unexposed"?
Cheers.

John
Sun Sep 29 21:06:44 PDT 2002

Rotate the core with a screw-driver. Remember to turn it clock-wise (following the arrows).

Chieh Cheng
Mon Sep 30 08:38:25 PDT 2002

Thanks so much! I have an Elph 2 with Mid-Roll Rewind, but my Elph Jr. doesn't. Now I can do MRR on my Elph Jr.!

William Turner
Wed, 03 Dec 2008 22:04:15 +0000

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