"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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Sorry but your out of luck with that combination. Nikon only made SLR adapters for their Fieldscope line of spotters, none for the Sky and Earth series. The camera adapters are very proprietary so you won't be able to use another manufacturer's SLR adapter to solve this one. Best Regards, Ben Lizdas Sales Manger Eagle Optics www.eagleoptics.com
I think you will very unhappy if you mount it on the carry handle.
I suggest removing it and getting a Nikon M-223 mount, YOu might also want
to check out the M-223 line of scopes. The 3-12x42 with Rapid Action Turret might
really surprise you. I don't have one freind who hasn't tried mine out and not bought one.
Hard to argue with that. Check out Nikonhunting.com
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Find some methanol. The local hardware store should have some in the paint section. Use paper towels and wipe, wipe, wipe....
Soak and lightly rub an area for 10 seconds or so, then use a dry section of towel to wipe and mop up any goo that has been solved. You may not see much improvement at first, keep at it. It took me nearly an hour to get mine completely clean of all goo and residue.
Take care not to splash the meth/goo mix onto the optics, shutter, etc. Once the solvent alcohol evaporates, any dissolved glop will precipitate out and muck things up.
I just fixed this problem on my Nikon... It is very frustrating when this happens! First the issue is on your lens itself. Make sure the ring closest to the body of your camera is set to 22, it should be in red while all the others are white. This will fix your problem!
it sounds like the cross hairs are moving i had this problem and it was the sight not the rifle check that the mounts are secure usually one of them will slip out or the guide if it is secure then it is the scope thats the problem return it if u can if u cant it can be repaired but this can be expensive and you cant do it yourself cus it has to be recalibrated sorry i couldnt be any more help it is usually the shock that moves the cross hairs take it to a shop and they will try it for you and tell you what is wrong also check that the screws holding the rifle together are secure because it happened to me once that one of the screws had broke and was allowing the rifle to move slightly so when i lined the scope up and fired it moved and then it put the sight out try this but a rifle shop should test it for free and tell you what is wrong they will put it in a vice and fire it so then they no the gun is in the same place when fired then they will no wether it is the gun or the sight but i would say it is the sight but before you buy another check all the screws are ok and none missing hope this is some help.....................