Question about Nikon F100 with 28-80 and 70-300 lens 35mm Film Camera

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Nikon F100, N90 & N80

Conditions: 1130hrs, mostly sunny, slight breeze
object: 30 ft away
Problem: "End" flashes in view finder, cameras won't take pictures, all have different lens, film in cameras
What's wrong?

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When you see END it indicates the film is at its end. Check Custom Settings Menu #1. If it is on 1 (auto film rewind is off) set it to 0 (its default setting).

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"End" can be a message for "film over" or for a film jam in the cam. Did you check for this already?

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