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The 300mm lens would not work when attached to the

The Nikon 300mm lens would not work when attached to my D60 camera. The words "Fee" flashed on the display. What does this mean and how can I fix this?

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Which 300mm lens? Does it have an aperture ring? If so, you'll have to turn it tothe smallest aperture (largest f/number) and lock it if it also has a lock. You control the aperture the same way you do so on any other lens, by turning the command dial (possibly in conjunction with holding the aperture button).

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1. If you ordered your lens WITHOUT specifying that it was for Nikon, you may be stumped - unless you contact your seller and explain; they may, then, accept the lens back in exchange for the correct item. I realise that this will be costly on added shipping costs, though.

2. You could sell the lens you have just purchased (on eBay, for instance), then order the Nikon-fit lens from the original supplier.

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