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Is the aperture ring locked? If its not locked, thats the problem. I
have had this problem with my lenses as well when the lock is
if it has the AF - M switch, if it got shifted to M, you will get the fee message from the N/F80
Constance, the manual/auto focus control won't cause a minimum aperture detect error "fEE".
If the minimum aperture lock is on, take a look at the end of the minimum aperture post for any dents, missing corners, etc. If this post doesn't depress the sensor on the N80 far enough, it won't sense the minimum aperture.
Normally, there is some type of setting for 'TTL'. Since the flash is a multi use type if the TTL is se on manual... change it... if it dopesnt help keep changing the modes and see
FEE" probably means your lens is not set to its minimum aperture and the aperture ring is not locked. If your lens has an aperture control ring do this...
1) Turn the ring until number in orange, usually 16, 22 or 32 is aligned with the green or white index mark.
2) Pull the lock slide towards the camera until it click and the white dot lines up with the short orange line.
I hope that does it.
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Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Turn the mode dial to "M" for manual exposure. Other exposure modes
only work if there are electrical contacts in the tubes corresponding
tho those on the lens and camera body.
Your extension tube has no EE Servo Coupling Post. That is why your D50 displays fEE.
See the following thread about the Coupling Post: http://www.photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=00LzIz
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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