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I just put new bats in my nikon n60 and turned it on and it will on show anything but FEE on the top right corner of the window and E on the bottom right corner... Did I brake it?

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  • roctmjj Mar 20, 2009

    i put new bats and film in my camera and everytime i turn it on i get FEE on my LCD screen



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All you need to do, to correct this, is set your lens to highest F-stop number ( 16 or 22 ) and the FEE signal will disappear. Also note that you should lock this setting in ( on the side of the lens after you turned it to F 16/22) .

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