Question about Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm lens
I'm assuming it actually said "FEE".
This indicates that the aperture ring on the lens is not set properly. Turn it to its smallest aperture (largest f/number) and lock it. You can let the camera control the aperture, or control it yourself from the camera, just as you would on a lens without an aperture ring.
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That's the Nikon error message for a lens with aperture ring set to something other than the minimum (i.e. highest number).
The camera insists on controlling the aperture ring, and to do so, the ring must be set to the minimum setting.
Unless it is a "G" lens, which has no aperture ring whatsoever.
The camera body sets the aperture of the lens wide open while auto-focusing, and displaying through the viewfinder. When it comes time to flip the mirror up and take a picture, the camera dials the aperture to the setting you (or the camera) have selected.
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