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Zoom lens is "locked"

My zoom lens appears to be stuck at 300mm...It's attached to my nikon d80. It will not zoom in or out... Just appears to be stuck there.

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  • jennahig Aug 25, 2008

    Well I have almost the same problem but I have a D40. Mine is stuck or "locked" only when it is in Macro mode and is on Auto Focus. What I have been able to do is to focus the camera on an object far away and take a picture in auto mode at 199 (less than 200)... at that point it will allow me to move the lense below 180 and take it out of Macro mode...

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Is there a little lock switch on the lens?? My Nikon lens all have a tiny little lock and if it accidentally gets pushed into lock position it will not zoom. Barry Brown www.coralreefphotos.com

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