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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 have a fEE message flashing when I turn my D50 on. Will not let me take photo.

Is the aperature switch on the barrel of the lens all the way to the
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I just began receiving the error code "fEE" on my D50.

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