So I've been using a Leica IIIc for a while, and have finally found out how to make multiple exposures. The problem I have with it, is that each time I make an exposure and cock the shutter a second time, the film moves ever so slightly forward, actually a little more than a 1/4". It does this for every shot like this picture: Don't get me wrong, I actually like the effect it gives, but if I'm trying to line it up perfect it can be hard to get it just right. Should I try to taught up the film before cocking the shutter? I guess I'm kind of answering my own questions here, but any input is appreciated! Now my second question is after I make a few exposures after having cocked the shutter a few times, when I wind the film again it advances two spots; one advancing the film and the second advancing the film and cocking the shutter. I figure this is just to compensate for overlap, but are there any tricks to using this camera for doubles? Should I just stick to my pentax KX for multiples? I like the effects this camera gives but when you send your film to a lab they don't always cut the negatives and print the parts that you may want to..