Question about Nikon Cameras
The first thing to do in this situation is to check that the auto focus assist light is coming on and that both the lens and body are set to auto focus mode.
Assuming the above check out, then check the electrical contacts on the camera. In a dust-free environment, remove the lens and look into the camera body towards the top of the camera. You will see several metal "fingers" which make contact with the lens. Be sure these are clean, free of grime, and not bent. A cotton swab with a small amount of alcohol will do the trick, though a foam swab with lens fluid is probably a bit better.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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