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Nikon product lens error

The lcd screen says lens error, and I can't press any buttons to do anything. I can't even view previous pictures.

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2.5x8 variable leupold loses focus when change power

The only reason a variable power Leupold scope should lose focus when changing power is that the object you are viewing is too close to view on a high magnification. Try again while viewing something 50 yards/meters away, and if it still loses focus, then it probably needs repair.

Leupold scopes aren't user-servicable, and you wouldn't want to try to take it apart yourself, but that's okay, because Leupold has one of the best reputations among optics manufacturers for standing behind their products. If there's a problem, you can call their customer service department at 1-800-538-7653, or submit a request on their online form here:

Either way, don't give up on it. Leupolds hold their value, and you could probably even sell a problem scope to someone who is willing to send it in for repair.

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"F-EE" indicates that the camera cannot take automatic control of the lens' diapraghm. To resolve this, turn the aperture ring on the lens (the one nearest the camera body) to the largest number (probably 22 or 32).

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I just fixed this problem on my Nikon... It is very frustrating when this happens!
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Jun 15, 2008 | Nikon (8320) (13-30x50 mm)

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have you contacted the tesoro dealer in prescot arizona they are working on mine come to find out i had a wire inside that was broken please keep me posted ok best regards and happy findings mike

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