Question about Nikon Cameras
I was taking a picture of my friend on the trapeze and it wouldent focus so i zomed and it just came off. its a nikkor 70-210
You should be able to thread the part that fell off right back on. Then just screw it till it stops. It sounds like is missing a screw that keeps it from coming apart. Its not a huge deal.
I have older lenses and take them apart all the time to clean.
now that's assuming it came apart in the middle.
but if your saying it ell off the mount then we have a whole nother problem.
if it just unlatched then just push the button on the side of the opening where the lens attaches and twist the lens counter clock wise after it sits evenly around the hole.
if you are not new to slrs please don't offended Im just going off the fact you said it came off
let me know if im missunderstanding,
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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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