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Hi i have f80 camera film and the lense it doesnt work,cose it fall dawn,so how can i fixe it or if u have one to buy it how much the cost for that ?thank you

Nikon f80 camera ,lense 28_80mm,f/3.3-5.6G

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Your question is in the title so I cant see your whole question. so I hope this helps.
Im going to guess your lens is not Auto Focusing?
Then First I would make sure the switch on th side is set af for auto focus. then I would check the connection. take the lens off and then reconnect it and make sure you feel or hear it click. if that doesnt work try changing the batteries even if the battery meter says they are good. Sometime the battery meter will get stuck.


I hope that was you question.
If not then contact me and I will answer your other question,
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