Question about Cameras
The contacts are part of the circuit board, (FPC, flexible printed circuit). You have to replace it, not really a DIY
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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What body are you using? Does this occur with other lenses or just this one. If it is only this lens then try cleaing the CPU contacts with a clean pencil eraser. If it is with all lenses then you have an issue with the camera body. We need more information to help you.
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