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It seems like you've broken the mount on the back of the lens. It should have three flanges. Compare it to the back of another lens. If the mount is broken, you'll need to have it replaced.
If you think you can do the replacement yourself, you may be able to order the part from http://uscamera.com/nikonlens.htm I can't give you a specific answer since you didn't specify the lens in question.
Otherwise take the lens to a good camera shop and have a trained professional do the replacement.
Did you happen to drop your camera? It looks like the optical lens is broken. Try zooming in and out and see tell me if it is working properly. If it is not working properly, then it is broken and you need to service your camera and replace the whole lens. Bu that would be costly, and it will be wiser to buy a new digital camera.
Assuming it is not a new camera and you do not have it set to manual mode and you know how to operate it appropriately - it could be a broken lens, dirty contacts, frozen firmware, or broken camera. First try turning your camera off - wait at least 15 seconds - then try a different lens. If the camera works with a different lens - then it is your lens. If you do not have a different lens, using a pencil eraser, clean the brass (gold color) contacts that can be found on the lens and camera where they connect. Make sure you do not get any eraser particles in the camera or you will have more problems. Once done turn your camera on. If it works it was dirty contacts. If it still does not work it could just be frozen firmware. Turn the camera off and remove the battery. Then replace the battery and turn the camera on. Remove the batter will get the camera to "reset." If it still does not try uploading the firmware again - preferable with an update if available. If it still does not work it is with the camera - sorry.
you have problem in shutter that you can found inside of the lens unit. It was not working properly or the shutter cable was broken and i hope not because when the cable is broken you need to replace the whole assy which is very expensive.bring to service center
Hi there, after fall in the floor , your camera's lens guider is broken & thats why its not able to came out fully & not doing proper focusing. Replace the lens guide pin. After that it will work fine like before. Thanks.
I see this same problem occuring all over the internet on Canon lenses. Autofocus not working any longer. For some stupid reason the lense will lock up and quit autofocus while other lenses will work fine. A light pull on the lense focus ring away from the camera body will give a noticable pop or click which unlocks the jammed lense. Try it if you are having troubles with your autofocus. This is a very common problem and worth giving it a try.
this is a weird problem but i found out why it sometimes happens. You have some how broken a cog inside the camera and therefore it doesnot work. I opened my camera and the cog came out and shot me in the face and the cog i half broken...
Lens gears are probably broken off, or other problem with lens. Will need to replace lens, or may possibly be repaired. I've repaired a few lenses with gears broken off, by replacing broken off posts with similar size plastic pieces(drilled holes and super glued in place, being very careful). Still working months after repaired. Olympus repair shops can replace anything needed, but at a HIGH price; sometimes cheaper to replace camera than to have them work on it.