Taking pictures with flashlight
On the top plate of the camera, in the accessory shoe (17), any type of flash can be placed, connecting the hot wire to the front, in the flash synch contact (4). You must set the shutter speed to 1/30 sec. The aperture is dependent on the flash. Film type and distance are usually given in a table on the flash itself.
If the film is 'full', the exposure counter displays the number 36, 20 or 12, dependent on the number of exposures. The number of exposures are on the film box. The film must now be rewound into its cassette.
This goes as follows: