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Fee error message in monitor screen flickering, will not allow pics to be taken

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My D70s gives error FEE on aperture display, when a lens is mounted with manual aperture ring. This ring should be locked on smallest aperture.
The body closes the aperture just before taking a photo, but a manual (mechanical) setting could avoid that. You can choose the aperture with the front wheel on the body.

Posted on May 26, 2015

  • Cheryl Carpenter
    Cheryl Carpenter Aug 26, 2016

    Even when setting the aperture as instructed in the manual the message and lack of function persists.
    In my case the camera worked perfectly with the lense and then suddenly started giving the fEE errors message.

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