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It blinks F EE and won't let me take anything!

I've tried pushing all the buttons.
it was handed down to me from a late family member... he was the only one who knew how to handle it. anyone help me out??

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Like the newer digital SLRs, the camera requires that you have the aperture ring on the lens set to the minimum f stop, i.e. the highest number F22, F32.

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My F90x won't film advance at all. Batteries are charged, auto focus works but film won't budge forward.
Help-- I have loved this camera for 12 years and I do use my digital Nikon 70s but I miss using film now and then.

diane

Posted on Dec 13, 2009

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