How do I double expose?

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  1. molested_cow

    molested_cow No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I use Nikon F501 camera, which is a semi auto one. It winds the film automatically but of course after I finish the entire roll I have to manually wind it back. So how do I do double exposure?
     
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    Did a bit of research for you:

    Hope that helps a bit. :)
     
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    molested_cow No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Thanx!!!

    But that will raise another question. If I have to hold the button and slider, which I usually do with at least 2 fingers and a thumb, how the hell do I take a picture like that?

    Furthermore I was thinking of doing double exposure in low light conditions, like in the night. With my hands holding the buttons, tripot becomes useless.

    Maybe duct tape is really man's best friend...
     
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    Sounds difficult. :? I think the duct tape might be the way... :D
     

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