Question about Nikon N65 35mm SLR Camera
Cameras need to be used regularly to stay in working order. If left, the lubricant films inside dry out and gum up.
As your camera is virtually worthless these days a professional repair makes no economic sense. You can try to free up the camera by leaving it in a warm dry place for a few hours and then trying a fresh battery. As the camera is already effectively a write off you may also wish to try slapping the base down fairly hard on a table as you switch it on. The combination of heat-softened lube films, a fresh battery and the physical shock might just be enough to free off the gummed part, but if there's more than a few gummed up parts then this won't work.
N65's/F65's or similar models can be easily obtained on your local FreeCycle/Freegle groups if you're a bit patient and check often. It's where I've got almost every Canon and Nikon model in my (regularly used) collection. Preventing the fault means turning a stored camera on at least once a month and operating everything you can a few times.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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