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You can download the manual from the link below: ftp://ftp.nikon-euro.com/Manuals/SDMYVNQN/F5_En_014.pdf Please update the question & let us know if the information given was useful to you - Good Luck!

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My Nikon F80 won't load y film automatically, it has a FEE error on the screen but i don't know what that is??


The lens you are using has the aperture ring set to something the camera cannot use. Simply turn the aperture ring to the largest number, usually a 22 or 32. Lock that ring if there is a lock and the fee should be gone.

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I've got Nikon F65. I cannot load film. The motor which load up the film doesn't move at all. Please help!


I don't know this model but you can try this.Drop the film canister in and pull the film strip out and place on the film advance sprocket.Rotate the sprocket by hand/thumb until film is seated (1 turn). If the auto feed is working you will be OK. 2 other things ,1 of course load film in dark area, 2 check the batteries on the camera first, if they are week your film advance wont work ,Good Luck.

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I have a 35mm nikon camera. I've changed the batteries but the film won't load. how can i load the film?


Here is what to look at: Custom Function number 8, "Auto film load when back is closed", default setting is 1 disabled on 0 it is enabled. If you have the manual for the F80 (same as N80) look on page 21 and page 72 and 73.If that is not the issue check the following: With the new batteries does the camera turn on, Can you focus, does the LCD light up? All that will let you know if you are getting power to the camera. If the answer is yes then the film should load so now check the inside of the camera back. Does it have the pressure are and roller next to the hinge. If that is missing then when you pull the film to the red dot, close the camera back there is nothing to put pressure on the film for it to load.

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Nikon f100 film won't advance


We will assume you know how to load the film to the red mark. If the film is not advancing a couple of things could be happening. When you close the back door it is not engaging the film to hold it against the take-up spool. If so then that needs to be fixed. The other thing to check is the left side where the film cartridge goes in, does it turn. If not it is binding the film cartridge. Nikon Film 1-800-645-6687

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Problem with loading film in my Nikon F60.


Draw the film all the way to the receiving spool. There's an 'eye' inside the film compartment to check that the film is loaded. When the film is not correctly loaded the camera thinks it's empty and rewinds the film.

Aug 08, 2009 | Nikon F60 35mm SLR Camera

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Nikon F5


Hi - You can download the manual from the link underlined in blue below:

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Jul 27, 2008 | Nikon F5 35mm SLR Camera

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Nikon F50


It is possible to damage Nikon SLRs by attaching them to certain older pieces of equipment. There are two main issues that you may encounter.

There are a series of contacts inside the lens mount that must be in good condition for correct operation of the camera. If the older gear causes these to bend or break, the camera will require repair. Look inside the lens mount using a flashlight to see if there is any sign of scraping or that the contact pins look damaged.

Many Nikon SLRs have a ring on the outside of the lens mount that has a small tab sticking up. The ring is supposed to rotate freely and the tab should interface with part of a Nikkor lens of AI-S or AF vintage. Earlier non-AI-S lenses or accessories could compress the ring or break the pin or both. If you can get the ring to rotate freely again, you might be able to get the camera to function. If the tab is broken or the ring is stuck or both, your camera will need professional repair.

Apr 19, 2008 | Nikon F5 35mm SLR Camera

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Just bought one of these for myself secondhand and had the same problem - there is a little bit of metal (2-3mm long) sticking out at the top right hand side where the film comes out of the cassette. I found you have to slide the film in from the bottom of the camera, so the leader goes over that bit and the round bit of the canister under it, then you push the bottom of the canister in.

Jan 31, 2008 | Nikon F5 35mm SLR Camera

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