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Keep getting FEE error on top LCD screen - not sure how to get rid of it. It won't allow me to take any pictures.

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Generally it means that the camera cannot communicate w/ the lens. Make sure that the lens (assuming you are using a lens w/ a manual f/stop ring) is stopped down to it's highest #. often it's a different color than the other #s. If that doesn't work, take off the lens & clean the contacts on the lens & body w/ a dry cloth.

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