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I'm getting an error message on my nikon n75.

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You didn't specify when the message appears or exactly what it says, so I will take a stab at it. If it is the Err message and it happens as soon as you turn on the camera, chances may be high that the lens you have on it is not set to its smallest aperture opening (ie 22). The camera can't control the automatic exposure settings correctly unless the mounted lens is shut down to its smallest aperture

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Heres a link to the N75 / F75 user guide
ftp://ZUAB14RT:F3NET50W@ftp.nikon-euro.com/Manuals/M1GTMV8H/F75_En_02.pdf

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what do u mean?
turn it on. adjust the photo, take the shots.ur good to go!

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