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Nikon F100: Multiple exposures, delayed exposures

With the F100 set to Single servo with Aperture priority, or for that
matter any other setting, the camera either (a) fires away as long as
the shutter release button is pressed, or (b) when that button is
pressed, the ExposureLock indicator lights up in the viewfinder (it
shouldn't) and---nothing; then after about ten sec the exposure is
made, like in self timer mode (which is off).

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    i have the same problem with him...how can i do...

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Thanks for your email. In the meantime I learned my problems were not uncommon with early production F100s; the culprit is the switching circuitry under the film advance mode dial, which has to be replaced. Essex Camera of Carlstadt, NJ, will do the repair, including general service, at a cost of $ 150. Sincerely,

Tom

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