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Rear lens came out how to fix it


If you are not a professional, you should take it to a service center.. it has complicated elements which are arranged inside , you might feel it to be hard to assemble it once again after opening it out.. But most elements have threads in them.. check if it's a screw type then you can thread it in , just by turning it.. you need an specific screw driver like stuff for the purpose if it is very deeply located.

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Lens error r07


It looks like you're asking about three different things here.

If you point-and-shoot camera is saying "Lens Error" then see http://www.fixya.com/support/r13011856-lens_error

If your Nikon DSLR is saying "FEE" then turn the aperture ring on the lens to its smallest setting (largest f/number) and lock it if the lens has an aperture lock. You control the aperture from the camera body the same way as on a lens without an aperture ring.

If your Nikon DSLR is saying "r07" when you take a picture, then it's not an error at all. It's simply telling you how many more shots you can take in the current burst before the buffer fills up.

If you require further assistance, please reply to this post and specify the model of your camera (and the lens, if you're using an interchangeable lens).

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I have a tamron 28-200mm lens that have a aperture ring at the back .. so is it possible to lock the aperture at f3.8 and shoot at 200mm focal ?? (this lens was f3.8- f5.6) by the way i was using a n


If you're using a Nikon camera, you want to lock the aperture ring at its smallest setting (largest f/number). You can control the aperture from the camera body, the same way as on a lens without an aperture ring.

This has nothing to do with the focal length. You can shoot at any focal length from 28mm to 200mm.

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I have misplaced the instructions and I can't


You'll find the manuals for many (though not by any means all) Nikon lenses at
http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13948

If you can't find the appropriate manual, feel free to reply to this post and specify the lens.

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I just bough a digital cannon T1I and every time I shoot the camera give me an error message


What error message is displayed? If Error 99, This article will lead you through the steps to identify the cause and a possible fix for this error.

http://www.richardsnotes.org/archives/2005/04/29/50mm-lens-contact-points/

If not, then I suggest you do a web search for the specific error number displayed and see what problem is indicated by the error. That may lead you to a solution.

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Will the Zuiko 70 - 300mm f/4-5.6 ED lense fit my E520 body?


Yes, no problem at all. The lens is a Four-Thirds mount and that's what your camera is designed to accept.

Please take a moment to rate my reply and feel free to add a comment if there's anything in my answer which has left you with any further questions.

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Sigma 28-300 Sigma lens lock


Hi
Is it the later model with a 68mm filter thread it will have a zoom lock at 28mm or the older with a 72mm
which will not have a lock let me know which one you
have
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Using a Nikon D200 with a new 18-200mm lens. When


HI I AM SAGHA CAMERA REPAIRER FROM MUMBAI,FIRST READ YOUR LENS SPECIFICATION CAREFULLY IT SAYS 18-200/3.5-5.6 IT SHOULD BE READ AS AT 18 MM IT IS F3.5,THEN AT 200 MM IT WILL BE F5.6 THATS WHY IT MOVES APERTURE FROM 3.5 TO 5.6.IT IS QUITE NORMAL. REPLY ME IF YOU ARE SATISFIED WITH MY EXPLANATION.

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Zoom mechanism making noise


well i had the same issue and i just slammed it (carefully of course) on the desk and it started working.... does it still zoom or does it just click and grind? also try zooming in and turning the lens faster outward or the oppsite direction to see if you can jump it back into the correct place on the gears.... my best guess is that it got dropped or the kids sat on it... and it made the gears slip into a bad place....

Lee
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Sigma Lens is locking up


This could be a bit of sand in the lens gears.

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