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Err message The camera is showing an ERR in the aperture area of the LCD area...I am not able to use the shutter button auto focus...Can someone suggest what to do?

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    i have the same problem that Err message blinking on the right side of the LCD pannel and view finder screen of my F65. Pl olve my problem. Is it due to low battery.

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If the error message is on the left hand side of your LCD monitor then your shutter is not coming on line and it might be the 'reset' switch in the back cover locking mechanism that needs replacing. If the error message is on the right hand side of the monitor then this is because the F - stop on your lens is not set to highest setting ( 16 or 22 ) . Set your lens to highest setting and check again to see if error ( FEE ? ) disapears.

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