Question about Nikon N65 35mm SLR Camera
The autoflash pop-up on my Nikon N65 is not releasing the flash unless the camera is on its side.
I am guessing the hinge may need lubrication. Is there a safe way to do this and a recommended lubrication
I would not lubricate anything on a camera if you are not a camera repair man. The last thing you want is liquids working there way into places they don't belong.
It sounds to me like you may have a worn part. If someone advises you do do any disassemble to make the repair, don't. Take it to a camera repair man. I know of what I speak! In the 60's, a screw fell out one of my lenses for my Nikon F Photomic. To replace the screw, I had to first remove another part. By the time I finished, the whole lens was in pieces on the table. It cost over $150 to fix (1965 dollars). The repair man told me that if I had left things alone and brought the assembled lens and screw in, it would have cost $10 for the repair.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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