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Nikon n60-autofocus Hoping that someone here can help. Seems that I am without auto focus...when depressing the button to focus...I just hear a fast tap tap tap....and there is not any movement. I have checked the placement of the lense and all looks well. N60 stopped auto focusing, no longer takes photos

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Hi,
Replace the battery maybe weak.

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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