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Nikon micro nikkor 55mm f/3.5 - Nikon 55mm f/2.8 AIS Micro Nikkor Lens

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SOURCE: Nikon D700 viewfinder dark

It sounds as if there is a problem with aperture blades not fully opening.

A quick test...

With a known good lens on the camera, set it to shutter priority mode. Point the camera at a plain wall or ceiling, half press the shutter button and note the aperture reading suggested by the camera. (Play around with the shutter speed settings until you get something around about f11.)

If possible, switch to another good lens and do the same. (You will need to point the camera at the same wall or ceiling!) You should find that without altering any settings, you will get the same, or very similar, aperture reading as before.

Now try the suspect lens. If there is a a fault with the aperture, the camera will almost certainly suggest that a significantly different aperture setting is required.

Hope this helps!

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SOURCE: My Nikon D40 AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-55mm

Take your camera in and have them fix it under warranty if your warranty is still valid.

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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SOURCE: nikon 18 to 55 lens wont focus

Check to make sure the manual focus/auto focus switch on the lens is set to A. Make sure the lens is completely mounted to the camera and locks securely. If this does not help, or if the lens was dropped, then you should consider buying a new lens. the cost of fixing the old lens may be at least half of the cost of buying a new one.

Posted on Nov 21, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Nikon D50 which I frequently interchanges

without seeing pictures, I'd say you could TRY some plastic epoxy or some type of plastic-specific adhesive. i'm assuming you have the pieces that were broken off. otherwise, i'd say get a new lens...they are relatively reasonable used.

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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SOURCE: My Nikkor 18-55mm lens is jammed and inside there

Hi. I have this same problem. Have you managed to fix it yet? I've been told that it would cost £100 to fix it, plus a charge of £20 to send it away.

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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