Question about Nikon F60 35mm SLR Camera
Hi, For some reason, no matter what type of film I use, my F60 displays "25" as film speed. I used only ISO 200 films until now and didn't experience this problem until a month or so ago. I went through the manual and forum discussions but I can't find any reference on this (the trouble is the film speed is automatically set, of course...). Anybody have an idea on how to solve this? I'd greatly appreciate some feedback :) Cheers, Oana
Film speed is normally automatically set by small contacts that touch the checker pattern on the film cassette. It is most likely that these are not contacting properly, or there is a fault with the circuit that controls these.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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