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Nikon d700 error message

I had an 80-200mm d series lens on my nikon d700 camera body and switched lens yesterday to teh 17-55mm Dx and the camera started blinking error message after my first shot, which came up black. I can't get the error message off, and have switched lens's a few times and changed battery? What to do?

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Have you tried cleaning the contacts on the lens with alchoho and a cotton swab? The DX lens will have to tell the camera that it's not a full frame lens, and that happens through those contacts.

Post a comment if that won't work and we can go into more troubleshooting.

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You can download a free PDF manual from Nikon at http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13948

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