Question about Nikon N50 35mm SLR Camera
Hey there deliafuentes, I would suggest you check your film to ensure it is seated correctly and fed across to the orange line inside the winding post on the right side of the open back of the camera. If this is not the problem, I would check the settings to ensure you are not in a protection mode which will prevent you from snapping a picture which is not properly focused or without the necessary light required. Try turning off the auto features to test the possibility. Another option is the batteries may have insuffient power to drive the features which you are using. Switch to a new set, preferrably not rechargeable or generic. Good Luck!
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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