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My Nikon N75 has F-- on the digital screen

The light meter on my camera doesn't appear-it just shows the F--. I have tried all aperature settings but can't seem to get it to disappear.

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    Timm Chapman May 11, 2010

    Sopunds like a lens compatibility issue. Are you trying an older generation lens on the camera? Read the compatibility section of the user manual:



    ftp://ZUAB14RT:F3NET50W@ftp.nikon-euro.com/Manuals/M1GTMV8H/F75_En_02.pdf

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Set the smallest aperture (largest Fnumber) and lock the ring. If the aperture ring doesn't have a lock, you have to switch to manual mode (M on the mode dial).

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