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Err min Message

My camera will not take a picture. It keeps blinking an "Err min" message with a symbol that looks like a roll of film. I've since taken the film out, replaced the battery...nothing works. I've been reading on here to reset my appature, which I did. I can't figure it out and it just won't even allow me to take a picture.

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  • Anonymous Sep 21, 2008

    When I try to take a picture the Err message appears with a symbol next to it.

  • Anonymous Sep 24, 2008

    I have the same problem, before it would sometimes go away and take pictures but now it will not let me take any picture

  • smartfish21 Dec 01, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem, it used to go away, but now its come back... In the middle of me shooting an assignment for photography!

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This can happen if you are using a non-G lens, without the lens aperture being set to the minimum aperture and locked.

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The new roll of film winds into the right spool upon closing back cover // brand new batteries displays 1/2 and ERR appears on led panel


Is the ERR blinking, and is there an additional blinking E on the display? If so, the film is not loaded properly.
The film is supposed to advance all the way to the take-up spool upon loading. The camera then "rewinds" one frame at a time as you take pictures. This way the camera knows exactly how many shots are left on the roll. Also, if the back is accidentally opened, the shots already taken are already in the can and won't be ruined.
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Try cleaning the battery contacts and see whether the battery reads full with no film in the camera.
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I bought new batteries for my N65 and my camera keeps blinking ERR.


The manual mentions only 2 conditions where the Err message appears. First if it is Err + E at the same time, the film has not completely wound and needs to be reloaded.

If it is Err alone, the manual states to fire the shutter and see if the message remains. If it does, to contact a Nikon Authorized Service Rep.

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I have the same problem. An N70 with the err message. If the rewind buttons are pressed (without any film in the camera) the camera tries to rewind but will only stop if the back is opened. I tried...


The Err message alone indicates that a malfunction has been detected, and the manual recommends to fire the shutter and check for the message to clear. If it does not, to contact a Nikon Service Rep.

If it is Err + E, the film did not advance properly and needs to be reloaded.

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Jim, it really sounds like one of threethings. Either will require a repair shop.
1. the film sensor is not recognizing film in the film chamber, or film across the back, therefore not telling the advance motor to advance film...
2. The film advance motor itself needs replaced.
3. The rear door latch switch needs replaced.
Since everything else seems to do OK, I doubt the main computer board is bad.

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There's half a roll of exposed film that we want to preserve and we're getting a message "err."  We need the film to rewind back into the canister.


I suspect you are getting that message as the aperture on the lens is not set to its largest number (ie 22). The camera needs that so that it can control the aperture opening in the exposure modes. Try setting that to the biggest number, then power the camera back on and hopefully you'll be back in business.

Here's a link to the N75 / F75 user guide:
ftp://ZUAB14RT:F3NET50W@ftp.nikon-euro.com/Manuals/M1GTMV8H/F75_En_02.pdf

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You have to reset the rewind counter by pushing the two buttons simultaneously - one on the side of the lens mount, the other by the release button - red, cassette symbols. This tells the camera there's no film in it.

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I had the same problem, what I did was set ISO to manual,and still got the Err,but I took a shot and the film advanced and it seems to be ok now.

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My camera won't do anything but flash the Err message


Make sure the lens you are using on the camera is set to the minimum aperture setting. i.e. f22,f32 (highest f stop number)

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unmount and remount the lens. Make sure you have the aperture ring on the lens set at the minimum f-stop number, ie f22, f32. There should be a small tab on the lens to lock the aperture ring in that position

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