Question about Photography
Hi, I have this camera for a long time buthave been used only for a few times (less than 30 rolls of films). I remember to have loaded this camera with a battery in reverse (just 1 of them). After this, I realize I could not get proper focusing anymore on AF. I am using a Nikon 28-80mm AF lens. If I could be able to identify the faulty part, I could buy a second hand F801s and try swap it. Can you help try which part is broken for this matter? Thanks.
I don't think you have hurt the camera just by putting one battery wrong directions.
Is the camera body set in S and to in M or C modes. If you are looking from the front of the body, the switch is on the right side, next to the lens.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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