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"err" message I have a Nikon F6 35mm SLR camera and afetr changing the batteries therre is an "err" message blinking on the top and rear LCD screens and also the viewfinder. There is nothing in the mmanual about this...What does it mean and how do i fix it?

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Take out the batteries again and wait for a couple of minutes.... the beast is locked, happens every time U are busy. Get a spare, mechanical!

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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