Canon LTM Shot a roll, now shutter won't fire after going to 'B'
Argh... I scored a really nice Canon IId with a 50mm 1.8 and ran a roll of film through it.
All the mechanicals are silky smooth, shutter speeds sounded great etc. I probably did several hundred fires at various speeds.
I got home from dropping off the film and decided to play with 'B' and some other timer settings and the shutter stopped firing. If I do the double exposure trick (shutter depress then turn the shutter speed dial cc) it is the only way it will rotate. I can do multiple actuations only after pressing the shutter and holding it down a bit.
It's almost like something slipped out of place when I rotated to bulb?
Any ideas? I would like to try and fix it if I am able (I am a 5 or 6 on the 'ability to tinker' scale). I can't put much more money into it so I will throw it up on the bay 'for parts' which seems a shame.
I really like the camera, especially the 'zoom' for the rangefinder focusing. This is my first 'leica-esque' RF.