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Takes photo but no picture ( Very slightly exposed)

Tamro AF28 300mm F/3 5 6 3 XRDi VC LD IF Macro for Nikon D700 Intermittent problem Shutter works''but photo not taken with correct exposure. Initially looks like no exposure but looking carefully I can see a faint image.
Data shows F-stop blank and Focal length also blank,
Tends to be somehow linked to autofocus. If Focus is working then image ok .
Any suggesions?????

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Have you mounted the lens correctly? Try cleaning the contacts of both the body and the lens using an eraser. Take care that no dust falls into the body.

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