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HELP! need to know why my Fuji FinePix S1 pro flashed "f EE" on the LCD screen?

I can't shoot an image because a flashing "f EE" appears on the LCD screen, what's going on?

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  • elmatador Oct 10, 2007

    Anyone?

  • Anonymous Jan 16, 2008

    i have same problem. it occured when i switch lenses.

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Thia error is caused by the use of a non-AI lens, or that the F-stop is not set to the lowest setting.

If the lens can support light metering on this camera, then the solution is to set the F-stop on the lens to the smallest number (ie, 2.8, or 3 or whatever the smallest number is.)

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