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NYC amateur View Public Profile Send a private message to NYC amateur Find More Posts by NYC amateur Apr-13-2012, 02:38 AM #20 Angelsss Beginner grinner Join Date: Apr 2012 Location: Zevenaar rotate the ring a few times . . . Hope that helps with some more diagnostics... The Dgrin Mini-Challenges are a great way to challenge yourself. weblink

This only matters if the Aperture ring is set to anything other than the smallest aperture correct? Answer ID 2605|Published 05/08/2003 03:58 AM|Updated 10/10/2016 03:32 PM The FEE error indicates that the cameracannot control the full range of the lens aperture. Otherwise you have to ship it off to Nikon who can fix it, it's a fairly well known problem. Or did they?

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Hot Network Questions Use "Optional, DefaultParameterValue" attribute, or not? Find More Posts by expatCanuck May-30-2011, 09:16 AM #9 basflt Major grins Join Date: May 2010 Location: holland (europe) Posts: 1,880 it must be set at maximum usually the number on Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. If your lens has a mechanical aperture ring, rotate the aperture to its smallest opening, or highestf-number - normally marked in orange.

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Either the lens is not designed with electronic contacts, or maybe the lens is not connected fully and clicked in to place. It could have been that the contacts of the lens / body needed cleaning, but now that it has been a few months hopefully we'll know the truth soon. :-) =Matt= the new camera will be shipped with a protective coating on the metal contacts and their may be some film residue there preventing proper contact.Regards, Van Griff Van Griff's gear list:Van Nikon Err Message It is in the 1 o clock position without lens, if you move it it goes all the way to the 11 o clock position and then springs back as it

jrs View Public Profile Send a private message to jrs Find More Posts by jrs May-30-2011, 08:57 AM #8 expatCanuck Beginner grinner Join Date: May 2011 Location: New England Posts: 7 You don't need to lock it, but if you don't you can pretty much guarantee that you'll bump it out of place at the most inopportune moment. :nuts: Flash In It breaks easily.

My camera is a Nikon D70S.

A AF-D lens must have the aperture ring set to the smallest aperture (largest number, i.e. Nikon F-- Error is it electronic, or mechanical? current community blog chat Photography Photography Meta your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Scripting must be enabled to use this site.

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Eric Rossi 34,305 views 8:47 Nikon FEE Error (ошибка FEE на Nikon) - Duration: 2:20. Mind Your Own Business Forums in Support Dgrin Forum Support SmugMug Support Bug Reporting Active Bug List Feature Requests SmugMug Pro Sales Support SmugMug Customization SmugMug Video Support SmugMug APIs, Hacks Nikon D80 Error Message Err Martyn..., Mar 16, 2012 Share #2 Nawty Messages: 4,667 Name: Ned Edit My Images: Yes I had this on my D700 - it was perfectly fine with G lenses but anything Nikon Error Codes Select this aperture and lock it using the aperture locking switch to prevent this message from appearing again.

Note that this combination has worked before.The lens is set to f/22, with the aperture ring locked. have a peek at these guys I also have a d90 body- and the lens works fine on that, as-is. Otherwise I got the same error as you.Click to expand... Nikon Global Terms of Use Terms of Sale Privacy Policy Press Room Contact Us Sitemap Nikon Global© 2016 Nikon Inc. 1h998-164

That's what I get for not looking at the date! This locked the aperture ring so the command dial could control it. Loading... http://windowsazure4j.org/error-codes/nikon-d700-fee-error.html Setting it on the colored aperture before locking was the key.

Inspect the lens contacts for grease or dirt and wipe them clean with a lint free cloth. Nikon D90 Error Codes The part number is 1H998-164. Forums Unified View Minox All Forums Mirrorless Digital Cameras Accessories Modern Film Cameras Alternative Cameras & Lenses Nature B&W - Film & Processing New User Introductions B&W - Printing & Finishing

Otherwise I got the same error as you.

Indeed an useful test would be another non-G CPU'ed lens (AF/AF-D/Ai-P) to verify, as well as disabling the option Andrew mentions - if I am not mistaken, if indeed the aperture To select aperture using your camera, ensure the aperture ring is set at 22 and shoot in either aperture (A) priority or manual and use the command dial and LCD screen Check that the aperture lever that sticks out from the body is not bent, damaged or loose, best way would be to compare it to your D300 with the lenses removed, Nikon D7100 Error Codes The F-- error message is indicating the camera and lens are not communicating.

I've also just noticed that when there's no lens on at all the D300 says f0 but the D700 is flashing between f5 and f6, so I think it could be lens nikon aperture prime error share|improve this question edited Aug 2 '11 at 20:13 Laura 3321924 asked Feb 6 '11 at 22:52 iamjonesy 329138 3 possible duplicate of Why Must Rotate the lens to lock in place. this content Shows you how delicate these cameras are.

Check that the EE servo coupling highlighted on the lens has not been broken. 4. Make sure if the lens is a CPU lens, that it is completely connected onto the cameras bayonet lens mount. I don't have any other "D" lenses laying around.Any other ideas?How does this setting get communicated to the camera for a D lens? First you will want to turn your camera on to where you see the "FEE" error message on the LCD screen.

Reply Reply with quote Complain NYC amateur • New Member • Posts: 4 Re: fEE Error on nikon d7000, aperture ring is already locked In reply to NYC amateur My lens worked on other cameras and my camera worked with other lenses.I took the camera in for repair. Help Forums Forums Quick Links Recent Posts Gallery Gallery Quick Links Categories Explore User's Albums New Albums New Photos New Videos New Comments Locations Cameras Tags Cloud Reviews Reviews Quick Links PhotoTech at 97 Nassau Street in New York replaced the part.

The solution is fairly simple and quick to do. Reply Reply with quote Complain harpo95993 • Forum Member • Posts: 72 Re: fEE Error on nikon d7000, aperture ring is already locked In reply to JORGE ALMEIDA • FEE is supposed to mean "the camera expects the aperture ring to be set to minimum, but it isn't", so something in that mechanism would be where I'd check. I've had a reply from Nikon who say try to twist the aperture ring back and forward a few times.

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