I have a problem with my nikon camera, d 70, when i take a picture it often blocks, the diafragma opens up and when it closes again it doesn t close entirely, then the camera shuts down, i have to take out the battery and start it again, then when i press the button the shutter closes again, this is starting to happen way to often and it takes a while before i can use it again, do u know what may cause this problem, hopefully u know a solution for this problem, is it possible to send me a reply on this address firstname.lastname@example.org
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In order to get close to the subject, you need to be able to focus close. If you're using one of the kit lenses, you won't be able to get much closer than a foot or two.
In order of decreasing cost:
Special macro lenses are designed to focus closer, as close as a couple of inches, but they cost more.
Extension tubes fit between the camera and other lenses, allowing the lens to focus closer.
Close-up adapters fit in front of the lens, also allowing closer focus.
One major consideration with any type of close-up photography is lighting. Having the camera close to the subject tends to block out light. Two possible ways around this are: a tripod or other support, and an additional light source such as an external flash unit.
There is a kind of micro film wire that connects the button block to the main board of your camera. So this connection is not working now. It is very easy to fix. First you should open the covers of the camera then stick the film connection to its own place. Fasten it and close the cover again.
This is the process order.
1. Turn off the camera.
2. Remove your batteries and memory card.
3. Unscrew the screws.
4. Fasten the film connection.
5. Close the covers.
6. Install the batteries and memory card.
7. Turn on the camera.
8. Probably it will work. Reset your camera settings to fabrically selected position.
Hi! Most likely the focus is stuck. Could be sand or some dirt inside focus gears. They're very small for these lens which are used in many Nikon, Olympus, Casio and other cameras so even one small piece of sand can block the focus system. The only way to fix it to take the camera and lens apart and clean it.
Sorry for the bad news. I repair cameras every day and you can trust me - I know what I'm talking about.
I have a solution posted in doc "nikon s5 s6 lens cover error repair.doc" uploaded on site http://www.esnips.com/web/papputatiyasStuffIt will be helpfull for you. Its is a step by step solution with images. RegardsMukesh
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