At least it seems that way. If you want to advance the film with this model, you will need to insert the film, close the door and press the shutter button once. Then it should continue until the counter has a & # 39; 1 & # 39; displays. When I turn on the camera by pushing back the lens cover, it automatically advances and takes pictures until my roll is done. You will hear a beep until you rewind the movie or close the lens again to turn it off. The opening of the top half, where the shutter is located, showed nothing unusual (at least it seemed normal, I do not know anything about cameras), and I could not open the bottom half, because a screw did not want to loosen. What can I do to fix the problem?
TO EDIT: When I bought this camera for the first time, I tried to use it before I put in a movie to make sure it worked. I do not remember if it began immediately to evolve, but it started to do so before I completely removed the battery corrosion and added film. It also sounds like it is constantly taking pictures while fast-forwarding and rewinding (the lens continues to try to turn in one direction, but at the same time it falls back into place with the noise).
EDIT 2: Without an answer, I tried to find the problem myself after removing the last screw. While looking at the parts to find the problem, I accidentally hit a part and now it's stuck somewhere inside. This probably needs to be sent to an experienced repair person or simply disposed of forever.