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Does the Tameron AF02N700 auto focus with the D90?

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SOURCE: Carmera flashes fEE and will

It sounds as if you are talking about a lens "tried it on a D80 and D90" which is a bit confusing because the Fee code I' run into relates to a memory card being full with no available space for more pictures files. If this is not the case then clean the cold contacts on both the camera and lens with a new, clean pencil eraser by gently polishing the contacts. be careful not to get dirt into the camera body. The contacts look clean but for some reason over time thy get an oil residue on them and cause a host of ignorant problems including no focus or focus confirmation.

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SOURCE: the Auto focus in my D90 does not work

Does it shoot in manual focus? In which autofocus mode(s) does it not shoot? Are you trying to focus too close, or on a subject with insufficient contrast?

Posted on Apr 09, 2013

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D90 wont shoot in auto mode. gives me r21 error. Manual mode works fine


Did you switch the Focus-mode selector to MF?
It is the switch with number 8. Perhaps you are used to switching on the lens, but on the body is also a switch. Normaly used for the older AF lenses.

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Apr 22, 2014 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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Getting Better Pictures From Your Nikon D90


I'm a professional PGA Photographer out here on the West Coast. I've been photographing for over 40 years. A few years ago, I bought a Nikon D90, after over 50,000 photos, I've came up with the conclusion that Manual Focus and Manual Shooting is the best. Program, A, S, Landscape, are all good, but, they are not consistence all the time. The same with Auto Focus, I can not tell you how many times I'd line up a photo of a Pro Golfer and my Auto Focus moves in and out of focus, and I miss the shot. So, now I use the Auto Focus to start and as soon as it's sharp, I reach over and turn my lever back to Manual for the shot and any refinement focus as well. Manual exposure is needed as well, as the Program modes will not be consistence from shot to shot. I meter the subject, take a test shot and change my setting manually. That way the exposure is the same. Hope this helps

on Mar 27, 2010 | Cameras

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The Auto focus in my D90 does not work


Does it shoot in manual focus? In which autofocus mode(s) does it not shoot? Are you trying to focus too close, or on a subject with insufficient contrast?

Apr 09, 2013 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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HOW DO I SET MY CAMERA TO AUTO FOCUS


The D90 has three different autofocus modes. In the AF-S mode it will not shoot until it has focused. In the AF-C mode it will shoot when you press the shutter release button even if has not focused. In the AF-A mode the camera switches between the AF-S and AF-C modes so either can apply.Also, bear in mind that the camera doesn't really know what you're taking a picture of. It may focus on something other than your subject. If you're in the single-area AF mode then you control which of the eleven focus points the camera uses. In any of the dynamic-area AF modes the camera decides.For full details on how the various modes work, please consult your manual. You might also check out the Nikon D90 video tutorial.

Apr 24, 2012 | Cameras

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Looking through the lense is blurry and the camera won't auto focus


First check to see if the lens is set to manual focus (m) or auto focus (a). Failing that, remove the lens and carefully wipe the contacts on both the lens and the camera body, refit the lens and try again.

Aug 20, 2010 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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My nikon D 90 whit an old lince 28-105 will not auto focks an offen not take pictuers. WHY not???? must i go too the shop wher i bought it or am i douing somthing wrong??? i am from Denmark and my englich...


Hi Annette,

The Nikon D90 will take pictures with many older lenses, however there are some problems with using these lenses. Most of the time, they will not auto focus and many depending on type lens may not work in any mode other than "M" (manual). No P, A, S, AUTO or any of the "Scene" modes.
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Set to "M" (manual)

You will have to set the exposure values (aperture & exposure time) and focus manually. Ken Rockwell has compiled a list of lenses that may help you learn more about using older lenses with your D90.

Please rate this reply if you found it helpful - good luck!

Aug 03, 2010 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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Problems shooting with Nikon D90


The r in the display is not an error. The number after the r simply tells you how many more shots the buffer can hold before it fills up.

If you're set for AF-S, the shutter will not release until focus is achieved. You can switch to AF-C or else focus manually.

Nov 18, 2009 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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AF fuction on my D90 does not work. I set it in Auto mode and the camera does not adjust focus length therefore the images are not sharp but blurred


Try cleaning the contacts on the body and the lens where they meet with a cotton swab lightly dampened with rubbing alcohol.

Nov 11, 2009 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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D90 Nikon autofocus problems


Try a reset (hold down both buttons with green dots next to them) and see if that helps.

Also try cleaning the contacts on the lens itself (light rub with a pencil eraser usually works well).

Jul 30, 2009 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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