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Why the camera D200 can not take photo with FEE indicated?

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  • kakima Aug 21, 2010

    What lens are you using? Can you try it with a different lens, and if so, what happens?

    The FEE is informing you that the camera cannot communicate with the lens. One possible reason for this is that the lens simply does not have the electronics. Many older lenses are like this. They can be used in Manual mode by locking the lens aperture ring at its smallest aperture (largest f/number).

    Another possible reason is that the contacts are not making good contact. Remove the lens and carefully clean the electrical contacts on the back of the lens and in the mount on the body with a little rubbing alcohol.

    Another possible reason, unfortunately, is that something is broken.

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I used my 80 - 200 f2.8D ED nikon lens on my D200 body, There is " fEE" blinking sign on it. But if i use my 18-70 lens there is no problem. What wrong with my lens ?


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I would check your white balance. I would also highly recommend some good reading. The author Ken Rockman really has this camera "dialed in". I know he addresses that problem in there. You can find it here. http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/d200/users-guide/d200-users-guide.pdf

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Also although the water would make no difference, make sure if you have any lens' with aperture rings to put them round to F33 or the smallest aperture, if they aren't this will cause the fEE.

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