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FEE on the LCD panel of my Nikon n70 camera

My camera won't allow me to take a picture. everything seems fine. i've read that i'm supposed to change the f-stop but i don't know how.

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This usually occurs when you are using a lens that has a manual aperture setting ring on it (similar to the focus and zoom rings.)

Look for a ring that has a series of numbers next to it such as f3.5, f5.6, f6.7 etc. Turn the ring so that the largest of the numbers in selected.

Once this is done, the fEE error should clear and you can then set then aperture by using the control button on the camera body.

Hope this helps!

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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