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Nikon d70 will not take photo with fault code r09 coming up on area where number of photoes taken is any ideas?

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Check the depth of field preview with the lens on and the camera on. If the aperture does not react, it may be a problem with the lens rather than the camera. Check the camera with another lens if you have one.

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