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FEE means that you have failed to turn the lens aperture ring to the minimum setting. This is essential on your model as it controls the aperture settings via the command dial on the body.

If you have already set the lens to the minimum aperture (minimum=highest number) then please report back with a comment for additional options and state whether the problem is with all lenses or just one.

If I have solved your problem then please let me know by taking a moment to rate my answer.

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