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Flash The flash is not pop up on the Nikon N65? When you press the button this error shows on the screen FEE.

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You might not have your lens set to the minimum aperture setting (the largest number) if it is a non-G lens.

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Try switching to one of the PSAM modes. Does the flash then pop up when you push the flash button?

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In the PSAM modes the flash won't pop up on its own. In the AUTO and vari-program modes, you can set the flash mode by turning the command dial while pressing the flash sync mode button (marked with a lightning bolt symbol). Select Flash Cancel (lightning bolt in a circle with a slash through it).

If you need a manual, you can download one at
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The batteries are dead on my N65, but when I pushed the button that pops the flash up, nothing happened. Wondering if that is because of the batteries or if the flash is stuck/broke?


Battery is needed to unlock the catch then the internal flash will pop up. These cameras are programed to automatically pop up in certain modes so there is a little electric switch used not battery no switch. Don't leave the dead battery in the camera or you'll end up with more problems then just replacing the batteries.

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I bought a used Nikon coolpix 5700, worked fine for awhile, but now when I turn the camera on and press the release button the flash will not pop up or work, in the view screen the "SB" shows in the view...


You don't state whether this happens all of the time or only when the flash is active.

If only when active, then the user manual for your camera states that this indicates the flash on your camera is charging and that if you remove your finger from the shutter button it should clear (p.168). In practice it should also clear with the flash is in the retracted position and the flash function is turned off. If it's due to an actual fault then it can be caused if the capacitor or the thyristor charging circuitry has failed. If so it's uneconomical to repair.

If this is the case, then the cheapest and quickest fix will be to disable the pop up flash in the menu (user manual p.95, Set Up 2 > Speedlight Options > Pop Up > Off) and to then use an external flash unit. This also has the advantage of giving you a far more powerful and better quality flash unit.

If the error message occurs whether the flash is retracted or not, then there's a fault with a tiny button switch which senses when the flash has popped up. As your camera is about eight years old now this will be completely impractical to repair and you can only hope that the camera will ignore it if you disable the internal flash as indicated above.

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Nikon N65 won't take picture


The problem is, that you have a lens witch has an aparture ring on it and some exposure modes needs it to be fixed on the smallest aparture (e. f22). When its done the camera should not say fEE no longer.

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My Nikon N65 flash leaves a dark spot on all my photos


tlguthrie,
I love that camera. There are several possiblities, If you are using the pop up built-in flash with a telephoto lens or a lens hood you'll get a shadow in your photos ususally at the bottom of landscape oriented shots. If you are using a flash unit attached it may have something interfering with the strobe possibly or it is turned. We have the same camera and have had the shadow issue in the past. The pop up just won't work if something is wrong with the "bulb" the only other thing is that is isn't going all the way up, check that also.
randy32osgi

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Yes, you can. Unfortunately Nikon is so backed up with repairs, your camera will probably take a few months to get it back and cost you more than you want to spend. The labor is what is so much. Just like fixing your car a shop. Your camera probably has a flash sensor that has worn out or needs to be re-callibrated is all. I have a friend who fixes cameras.

http://www.cameradr.com/

Check it out

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Nikon Pop-Up Flash stuck


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.

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FEE reading on n65 camera


Make sure your lens has the aperture ring to the minimum f-stop number, i.e. (f-22, f-32, largest number) and the focus switch set to 'S' or 'C'

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