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Nikon N50 SLR film

When I turn on my camera the screen reads error and shows the film symbol and underneath the film symbol shows min. Even when I put film in my cmera it still reads error. Sometimes the error signal will turn off but it can not read the film it seems like it winds too much of it at once. PLease Help!

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  • Anonymous Oct 12, 2008

    Hi, i have the same problem i think, when i turn on my camera, it shows Err and next to this, appears the film symbol and below the word MIN. Please help me i dont know what to do!

  • Cmartens Nov 13, 2008

    I have the same problem. When I turn the camera on and try to take a picture it says error min and has an M over the number of pictures I have taken which is none so far, and I already have the film loaded. What should I do?

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Hi: You may want to try changing the aperature setting,or removing the lens,then re-installing the lens. Good luck.

Posted on May 29, 2007

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You may want to try resetting the wind mechanism. With no film in the camera, close the film door, turn the camera on, push both rewind buttons at the same time. Hold the rewind buttons in for a few seconds and the camera should go into rewind mode. If it does, it will run for a few seconds. When it stops, open the back, re-insert the film and it should wind correctly. If it doesn't, the camera needs repair.

Posted on May 30, 2007

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