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The Kodak S100 EF is a camera manufactured between 1988 and 1933 that features a 35mm f/4.5 lens and two aperture settings. This camera requires two AA batteries to power the flash.

This guide will walk through the process of removing 35mm film as well as replacing it with a new roll for the Kodak S100 EF camera. The steps will cover rolling the old film cartridge and installing the new film cartridge. Before attempting this guide, a new roll of 35mm film is required.

For more details about the camera and where to purchase the 35mm film, you are recommended to review this information page.

One important note to remember is to make sure to power off the camera completely prior to beginning the replacement steps.


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  1. Kodak S100 EF Film Replacement, Film: passo 1, immagine 1 di 1
    • Lift up the lever from the center of the film roller.

    • Turn it clockwise to roll up the film until you feel the roller release, indicating all the film has been rolled up.

  2. Kodak S100 EF Film Replacement: passo 2, immagine 1 di 1
    • On the far left side on the back of the camera there is a switch that says "open."

    • Slide the button up to the top where it says "open."

    • This should pop open the door, revealing the rolled up film inside.

  3. Kodak S100 EF Film Replacement: passo 3, immagine 1 di 1
    • To take out the old film and insert the new, you must lift up on the film roller.

    • Pull up on the lever to pop the roller up which will release the film.

    • Remove the old roll of film and slide in the new roll.

    • Push the roller back down to secure the film.

  4. Kodak S100 EF Film Replacement: passo 4, immagine 1 di 1
    • To prepare the film for use, slightly pull the tail of the film out of the roll.

    • Drag the tail end of the film past the rotating column on the right side.

    • Attach the hooks at the base of the column to the holes located at the bottom of the film.

  5. Kodak S100 EF Film Replacement: passo 5, immagine 1 di 1
    • After the film is secured, close the camera door.

    • Make sure the lever is put back in place on the film roller.

    • Use the scroll wheel to advance the film until it is ready to take pictures.


Once the film is in place-to reassemble the camera-close the camera door and make sure the scroll wheel is pushed back down.

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