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F=EE Message Just purchased a new 50mm AF Nikor for my D300. It won't allow me to shoot and the f stop indicator says "EE". Any ideas?

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    Timm Chapman May 11, 2010

    Do you have the lens set and locked on its smallest aperture setting (ie 22)? If you are in an automated exposure setting and your lens isn't set thta way, then you'll get the Error

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Take the lens off and put it back on the camera again. Make sure you turn the camera off prior to doing this. Make sure your lens is at it's smallest aperture setting.

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