The window pane (the one thru which you can see the settings / current photo number and details) on the top of my Nikon N65 camera is cracked.
The LCD display is fine, its just the plastic window pane thats cracked.
Can I buy that part somewhere?
Thanks in advance for your help.
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Re: Nikon N65 broken status window pane
It won't affect you pictures and it is more an aestheric thing so if you can live with it do so. If you want it repaced a reputable camera shop or Nikon can replace the cracked viewfinder, get an estimate first since that work will most likely have to be done by the shop or Nikon.
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Contact Kelly at Spartan Photo Center 864-583-6835. Those parts are still available in limited quantites and they had some last timI checked. You can remove a few screws and replace the door yourself if you have some basic mechanical ability.
With the advent of auto focus on Nikon cameras came electronics in the lenses. These electronics communicate with the camera. Since the camera controls the aperture, it needs to be set at the high end to allow the full range of f-stops. I.E. it cannot set f-22 if the ring is on f-8. With all of the modes available on the camera. you control the setting or the camera does, its just no longer a mechanical function.
Hey colettekm, What this message should mean is that a non G-type Nikon lens is being used and its aperture is not set to smallest aperture which would be the largest number on the aperture ring on the lens. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.