You have to experiment with a burnt film or an already developped one.
The good news is that you have to know how much to turn with the first frames. As you wind more and more, with the same amount of turning, you'll wind more film so you will not have overlapped frames. The bad news is that you'll have less than the 36 frames that the film is capable of. You don't have the gears that engage the perforations of the film, and be able to do the same ammount of turns for every frame and have frames equally spaced along the film. With this one you'll have increasing spaces between frames.
Canon PowerShot S100
Canon 50D , SIGMA 10-20 f3.5 ,Canon EF 24-105 L IS USM, Canon EF 100/2.8 macro Canon EF 50/1.4 ,Canon EF 85 f1.8,Canon EF-S17-85 4-5.6 Old Tamron 28-300 inherited from my Canon Rebel G film camera