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Nikon 24-120mm G ED VR

Lens wont permit camera to take picture. Gives F -- code. I took of lens and reattached it to my D600 & get same error message. It will take picture if camera is in the aperture priority or manual mode.

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Could you confirm that this is a G lens (without an aperture ring)? If so, try cleaning the electrical contacts on the back of the lens and in the lens mount on the camera.

Posted on Dec 01, 2012

  • F Fisher Dec 01, 2012

    This Nikon 24-120 mm F4 is a new G lens. My 50millimeter lens 1.4 works perfectly fine.

  • F Fisher Dec 01, 2012

    There is no aperture ring.

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SOURCE: consistent under exposure

Under exposed should be minus not plus number.
Lucky you didn't buy Canon 5D or 1D- they have focus and exposure problems.

Hope you are not using the pop flash that is on the camera. If you are, then turn off the Red Eyes Modes.
Set camera to manual mode and lower the F number(open up to half or one stop).

What studio lights are you using? Increased the light output of studio by those number and shoot like you normally do.

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So does mine, that is the VR releasing, it is normal.

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Seems as if you're snapping the shutter before the lens has focused. Have you tried manual focus or single-server auto focus?

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SOURCE: I set this "Nikon 105mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S VR

You have described Aperture priority mode: you set the f/stop and the shutter speed changes to make the exposure correct.

Full manual mode requires you to set both the shutter speed and the f/stop. You are seeing the recommended f/stop for the shutter speed you have selected.

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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