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Re: Drivers for Nikon LS 1000
I believe that's a SCSI-interface scanner, making its setup more complicated than there's room for here. Here's what Nikon says about SCSI setups: <http://tinyurl.com/2wxp7p> and the Nikon software for the LS2000 and LS3000 (but maybe it'll work for the LS1000 too) is at <http://tinyurl.com/2qko5e>. There's a good set of detailed installation instructions under cineman's entry at <http://hardware.mcse.ms/archive47-2005-6-203500.html>. Good luck!
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Just about every 35mm SLR ever made fits that description.
Three that will more than suit your needs are http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Products/Product/Film-Cameras/1689/FM10.html http://promaster.com/products/products.asp?product=5364 http://www.vivitar.com/products/8/professional-and-slr/34/v3800-50
This camera has been called the finest 35mm SLR ever produced, but it's probably overkill for a class: http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Products/Product/Film-Cameras/1799/F6.html
I suspect the problem may be with the electrical connections between the lens and the camera body. These look like small brass ball bearings on the body or lens which meet with connections when the lens is mounted. You can clean these effectively with a small cotton bud dampened with methylated spirits (carefully). This may well solve your problem. Otherwise, your camera may require servicing.
It could be that your camera doesn't know it's rewound the film already. With the camera turned on, push and hold BOTH manual rewind buttons simultaneously - one near the release button ( +/- ) and the other toward the front of the camera at the lens release button. Try the release button again.
I found a notice put out by Nikon, there is a mechanical problem with the Auto focus. U can google it and there is a form to download and print to send in with your camera. The service is free to fix it since it is a manufacturer's defect.
The camera requires you to set your lens aperture at the minimum setting, usually orange coloured. I.E. f22 f32. Nikons control the aperture through the camera, not setting the ring manually like old style SLR's