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Connection between 28-135 nikkor lens and my nikon D70s camera

I have the nikkor 28-135 lens and I think it is not connecting correctly to the body, as f-- is flashing on the display. I can take photos in manual mode but they come out black. Does anyone know what I can do to solve my problem?Cheers, Ben.

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First you need to tell me where you got a nikkor 28-135 - I dont find any reference to that piece of glass on the nikon site - I believe you might have a sigma or some other brand glass but not NIKKOR... TO your problem - have you tried setting the f-stop to f22? Most lenses talk to the camera bodies via f22 - if not try opening the lens up to its widest setting - typically when you see an F flashing it is because the f stops have been moved off of the AUTOMATIC SETTING - have you tried using the camera in manual mode?

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