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When on Auto setting the F-Stop starts flashing when you press the shutter button and it wont allow you to take any photo's, any suggestions?

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What type of lens are you using? if it is an AF-D .. put your aperture ring to the smallest one (biggest number). F22 or F36 depending on the lens you are using.. try again.

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