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Nikon N 60 has a problem - FEE appears in window and camera will not shoot

FEE appears in the window of my N60 Nikon and camera will not shoot

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I just fixed this problem on my Nikon... It is very frustrating when this happens!
First the issue is on your lens itself. Make sure the ring closest to the body of your camera is set to 22, it should be in red while all the others are white. This will fix your problem!

Chloé

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

Make sure the lens is set to the smallest f opening, the highest number.

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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