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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There was a recall on the N55 due to auto focus problems. You can do a google search or nikon.com email the support team and they will send you the paper. This is what I did, I wasn't charged since I had the correct papers. I, however, used one roll of film and my focus went out again! Mine doesn't even work on manual... If you want to try that maybe you will hae better luck than me. GOOD LUCK!
Posted on May 25, 2008
SOURCE: Auto focus doesn't auto focus
So you having problem with AF problem?
Try this (mind your camera to protect it from dust OR another small parts to get in while you opening):
1. Re-connect the lens and the camera.
2. Make sure the connectors is clean.
3. Connect it together again.
Hope this will help! Any questions? Feel free to PM me =]
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
SOURCE: Nikon D50 will not auto focus.
Apparently, judging from this site, this is a common problem for this camera. I had mine in for cleaning overseas and they told me the lens was too advanced for the camera-but it worked before!
It sounds like 2 possible fixes are :
#1: making sure the lens is fully clicked in
#2: switching the custom setting from AE-L/AF-L to AE/AF LOCK. This one I just found from a posting on this site and will try it later today!!!!!!
GOOD LUCK! Otherwise I love the camera!
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
SOURCE: the Quantaray 70-300mm lens
Only if you get the version with the built-in autofocus motor. The D3000 lacks a mechanical AF coupling so AF lenses which need to be driven by a motor in the camera body will require manual focussing.
Either way, you're far better manually focussing the Quantaray/Tamron 70-300mm: the AF performance is very slow, very noisy and hunts around a lot to achieve focus.
Although the Quantaray and Tamron versions are identical lenses, if you have to buy this low-quality budget model then go for the Tamron: it's absolutely no better lens quality (and usually the same price), but the manufacturer's warranty from Tamron is much better than Ritz and is internationally valid. If you resell the lens then the Tamron will have some value (not much though) and the Quantaray will be near worthless as it's not so widely known, and has a poor reputation amongst those familiar with the brand.
"Cheap" isn't always the same as "good value"...
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
Check the memory card, it could be damaged, or the contacts are not clean. If this does not solve the problem get the camera to a Nikon dealer for repairs, as it could be a software problem.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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