All of the sudden the zoom ring on my AF Quantaray 28-90 won't turn. The AF feature seems to be working just fine and I can manual focus too, but the zoom ring is stuck at about 48mm and I can't adjust the zoom feature either out or in. Any one know of a secret locking switch or fix for this?
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amyfesh, I have been finding a lot of these concerns while looking back at unsolved SLR issues, it shoots at the ceiling or the sky because there is just enough light the camera detects. Check the lens ring for a white dot and the ring for the aperture rotate the ring so the red f-stop (usually in red and f-22 or somewhere near that number) align, now the lens will open enough to allow the light that the camera has determined that it needs, now it will allow the shutter to open. I just joined the fixya in December, so I hope to hear from you if this helped and if you have any other questions about the N65. rnady320sgi
Turn the aperture ring on the lens to its smallest aperture (largest f/number) and lock it there if it has a lock. You control the aperture through the command dial on the camera body, not the aperture ring on the lens.