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FEE flashing I misplaced my manual...have a wedding to take photos at this weekend. All of a sudden "fEE" is flashing on the camera, it will not take photos. Please help!

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Re: fEE flashing

Lock the f stop ring on your lens to f 22 or f 16. This will get rid of fEE

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When I am trying to take a picture and press the button to so, I see an "err" and a battery (the batteries are new) message that will not allow me to do so. I have tried taking the battery out...

On these cameras, if you're using ANY of the auto modes (P, A, S on the dial), the lense must be set to the lowest aperture setting (the highest number). Check to make sure this is the case. If it isn't, that's most likely your issue.

If you're using a non-CPU lense, this camera can only be used on M(anual) mode on your dial. If you haven't changed lenses this isn't likely an issue. If however you're using a new (to you) lense, this is a possibility.

According to the manual, the only other possibility is that your attached flash isn't set to the proper setting when using "P" mode. In this mode, the attached flash MUST be a Nikon dedicated flash unit set to TTL mode, otherwise fEE flashes with a little lightning bolt symbol. If you're not using a flash specifically designed for this model, remove it and try again. If you are, cycle the mode button on the flash until it reads "TTL" on the flash's LCD panel.

The manual makes no mention of fEE (error) and the battery indicator blinking, so these are the only things I can suggest with the information given.

Aug 19, 2011 | Nikon N75 35mm SLR Camera

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On the Nikon N90s what does the flashing fEE mean?

It means that your lens is not set to the minimum aperture and your camera is either set to program mode or shutter priority. Also, it can mean that your flash is in an incorrect mode.
For any camera operating mode where the camera controls the aperture automatically, your lens must be set to the minimum aperture setting - which will usually be f/22. This aperture marking will be the one in orange.
IF your lens IS indeed set on f22 and you still see the fEE, then you may have mounted it incorrectly. Remove the lens and try to carefully remount it (with it set at f/22).
Let me know if you need further help or clarification.

Dec 13, 2010 | Nikon N90S 35mm SLR Camera

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I have a Nikon 33mmSLR on maunal setting, to control apeture and shutter speed. There is an automatic setting, but I have it on manual and I am still getting the FEE error. If I switch it to lowest apeture...

Ignore the error. Control the aperture by turning the aperture ring on the lens. You will get no help from the camera's exposure meter.

If the shutter cannot be fired this way, please reply to this post and we'll go on from there.

Nov 17, 2010 | Nikon N65 35mm SLR Camera

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Getting Error FEE when in manual mode

The error code means that you have mounted a lens with a manual aperture control and have failed to set the control to the minimum aperture setting (highest number). By setting the control to the minimum aperture, the camera can then automatically select any aperture between the maximum and minimum settings when taking the photo. The actual aperture selection is either set automatically by the camera body (if in shutter priority or auto/program modes) or is done using the camera body controls when in aperture priority or manual modes.

If you have done so and still have the problem then add a comment and we'll explore further possibilities which all involve a fault with either the lens or the camera body.

If I have resolved your problem then please take a moment to rate my answer.

Apr 19, 2010 | Nikon N65 35mm SLR Camera

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A error 'FEE' Flashing comes when the camera is

Turn the aperture ring on your lens to F/22 or whatever is the highest number on the ring and try it.. If your lens doesn't have a ring, there is a broken switch on the camera.

Oct 17, 2009 | Nikon F60 35mm SLR Camera

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An error FEE Flashing comes when the camera is turned on

What lens?

If it's a CPU lens, remove the lens, clean the contacts, reattach the lens, and jiggle the lens to seat the contacts.

If it's not a CPU lens, you'll have to use it in the Manual (M) mode.

Oct 04, 2009 | Nikon F60 35mm SLR Camera

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FEE reading on n65 camera

Make sure your lens has the aperture ring to the minimum f-stop number, i.e. (f-22, f-32, largest number) and the focus switch set to 'S' or 'C'

May 24, 2008 | Nikon N65 35mm SLR Camera

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Camera locked up and won't work

Hi , set camera to auto /replace button battery lr 44 x2 pieces .
donot set camera to lower shutter camera will stuck .

Feb 18, 2008 | Nikon F80 35mm SLR Camera

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Canon eos 3000 wouldnt take photo

Set to ISO 800
Set camera to manual mode
Set Shutter to 125
Set Aperture to 5.6 or under

You're ready to go.

Too much grains, then lower the ISO.

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