Question about Nikon N55 35mm SLR Camera
I live in South Florida, and took my camera up to Wickliffe (right near Cleveland), Ohio. A week before I brought up my camera, I hadn't used it at all but the last time I used it everything was just fine. I put in a brand new roll of film to shoot downtown, but when I put it in and turned the camera on, Err started flashing in the top left corner and an E popped up beneath the battery life indicator and remains there after Err stops flashing. I'm just wondering what could be causing this error, since in the time I wasn't using the camera it was still well cared for. Maybe the extreme change in the atmosphere (80 humid degrees to 35 dry) messed with the guts? Any help would be GREATLY appreciated, I'm a photography student and being without my camera not only kills my grade, but kills my mood.
With my n55 I take indoor pictures, flash, and pictures develop yellow.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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