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NIKON N70 Hey, I just purchased a used F70 (European N70) as well, and I get an "err" message, even when my lens isn't in place. I tried messing around with the settings, the film, and all to no avail. Do you have any solutions or suggestions for this problem? Thanks, Al

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The Err usually appears because the camera is in one of the auto shooting modes and the lens is either not mounted or is mounted, but is not set to the smallest aperture setting (ie 22)

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