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My Aperture shows 00 in my digital display and no auto focus

I had the shutter replaced and have only now for the first time put a lens on the camera ,i find that the auto focus does not work and the aperture does not register in the digital readout.I fetched it yesterday and need to do a shoot today ,its Sunday you the only one that can HELP !

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Aperture 00, that means the body don't identify the lens, or there is no lens. try to see if the lens contacts are in order. Try another lens, par exemple you can go to a shop and try the most beautiful lens you ever seen for free.

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