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EF warning light blinking in top left corner of viewfinder.

I do not have a manual. I replaced the two A76 batteries in the bottom of the body. Didn't help. What does the EF mean?

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Willwhitman,

this means that your camera is set for the " exposure factor ". just turn the knob back to 1x under the re-wind knob.

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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