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I have a Nikon N65 camera not digital.

Unable to take a picture. does not ckick instead I have an FEE message on thescreen. I put new batteries. Have 23 pictures taken. Set on Auto.

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If you take the battery its okey there nothing happens to your 23 pictures it remained in the memory card and if you doubt it transfer it to your PC for safety .Then do the the procedure ive said above by taking the battery .Start the camera without a memory card inside and go to view picture ,see if the FEE still there ..
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I'm getting an FEE symbol on the window when I turn the camera on and ready to take a picure.Nothing happens. No click. This an N65 Nikon not a digital


You will need to go into more detail.
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Please be specific and detailed.
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