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Flashing F - -

Had the same problem - the manuals says that this means that no lens exists!
I detached and re-attached the lens and it fixed the problem temporarily - I've only had the camera for a very short time - not happy with this as my previous camera - a D70 never caused *ANY* problems

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  • kakima May 11, 2010

    Try cleaning the contacts on the lens and the body and see if that helps.

  • kakima Feb 07, 2012

    Having gone over a year without a response to my query, I assume cleaning the lens contacts solved the problem.

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Having gone over a year without a response to my query, I assume cleaning the lens contacts solved the problem.

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