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Nikon F100 Lower focusing point cannot be selected, other four can. What would be the most possible malfunction.

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My suggestion call Nikon at: Nikon Film 1-800-645-6687
They will be able to tell you if it needs to go in for service; it sounds as though it does.

Posted on Nov 01, 2010

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