When you camera on the`screen looks like a bat wing try and take a picture and the camera beeps and goes back to that image, no pictures on memory card,camera is not even two months old..on/off light keeps blinking green..
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Unfortunately that depends on the model. Some have it on the front of the prism, some have it on the front of the body below the shutter release button, and some have it on the back near the serial number. Take a look at the photos on this page.
If you still can't find it, take some pictures of the camera and post them somewhere.
have you tries changing the battery in the camera. if you try to take a photo with a dead battery it will lock the mirror up. If changing the battery doesn't make the mirror release turn the shutter speed dial to "B" and that should release the mirror
There are so many cameras out of production now. My thought would be to go to ebay and look up nikon parts in the camea section. Most parts are not that expensive. If the back is not module then go to a camera repair person you at least have the part. I've had to do that twice. Good luck.
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.
All you need to do, to correct this, is set your lens to highest F-stop number ( 16 or 22 ) and the FEE signal will disappear. Also note that you should lock this setting in ( on the side of the lens after you turned it to F 16/22) .
What lens are you using? Do you have other lenses you can try?
The F-- indicates that the camera and the lens are not communicating. There are several reasons for this:
1. The lens is not electronic. All lenses before the advent of autofocus fall into this category, as well as some of the newer ones. The only way these lenses can be used is in Manual (M) mode, without any assistance from the camera's light meter.
2. The lens has a locking aperture ring. In this case turn the aperture ring to the smallest aperture (largest f/number) and lock it. You control the aperture via the command dial on the camera body.
3. The contacts are dirty. Remove the lens, clean the contacts on the back of the lens and on the mount, then reattach the lens and see what happens.