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answered. It looks like spam. If it has a memory stick location it
should not be difficult to find. 1 Read the manual to learn more about your camera. 2. Examine it all around and look for something that looks like a slot. 3. Look for anything that looks like a cover (not the lens cover). If you find one, open it and look for a slot.
Hi jbentivolio, your question is not clear. What is the issue? Will the lens not go on the camera. Make sure the lens is a Nikon lens, if not make sure the lens has a Nikon mount as a lens designed for another camera vendor will not fit on a Nikon. Without special adaptors lens are not interchangeable between vendors.
Open the camera-back. Look to the right where the take spool is there is a red mark. The leader should go to the red mark not any more. Now look at the inside of the camera-door, you should see close to the hinge a springy thingy-bob. If that is missing then when you close the door there is nothing to push on the film to seat it. On that spring is a chrome pin as well. Hope this helps you.
The lens aperture ring will need to be set to the largest number, and locked to that point. This allows the camera to control the aperture as it needs. If you have changed lenses to something other than what came with the camera this could also be the problem. Again make sure the aperture is set on the largest number and the problem should go away.
Check if the aperture is set on anything other than 22. This would generate an error message. the N50 (and other auto Nikon cameras) needs to have the lens aperture set to the smallest -- AutoFocus lenses have a lock on them to lock the aperture at the smallest. Some models, such as the N5, can be set to use either the lens' aperture ring or the camera's command dial to set the aperture, but most simpler Nikon auto cameras can only be set by the camera. Setting the lens to its smallest aperture tells the camera that it can control the lens. If the lens is set to anything else than the smallest aperture, F-- shows up on the camera's LCD, and the camera locks up. Check your camera manual for complete info.