Question about Nikon N70 35mm SLR Camera
I have a Nikon N70 with Nikor D lenses that I purchased in the late 90s. The camera never gave me a problem until this week. I was on vacation taking pictures, on the fourth day with an SB22 flash. Through the fith or sixth picture I received an FE E error in the LCD and in the view finder and the shutter would not depress. The lens was locked as required and the flash was on TTL. The camera appears to work in Aperature priority and manual modes but has the same issue in S mode. The batteries were replaced but the battery indicator flickers in the LCD. Any ideas?
Yes, the error is due to your lens not being set to highest F number. Solution : set lens to the highest number ( f 16 or f 22 ) and lock it in ( on the lens ). Your camera will work find now.
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
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