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Shutter I have had a Nikon D50 for a year and half it recently when trying to take a photo came up with ERR and I had to press the button to get it to release the shutter, Is this just a case of a sticky shutter or a complete shutter failure??

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I had the same problem but replaced the lens with a different lens and it worked just fine.

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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