"fEE" flashing on Nikkor 50mm 1.8D len

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  1. UGOGRL

    UGOGRL New Member

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    I need help!
    I just purchased the Nikkor 50mm 1.8D lens and can only get it to work in the locked mode on Auto settings.
    Once I unlock and change to say 5.6, I get this "fEE" flashing code on my D80.

    I'm hoping it's just something I'm not doing right rather than it being the lens.

    Any advice???http://thephotoforum.com/forum/images/smilies/blueface.gif
     
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    I could be wrong but isn't it supposed to stay in the locked position?

    Then use the camera to make changes to the settings.
     
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    kundalini Well-Known Member

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    With all lenses that have an apeture ring on modern Nikoj dSLR cameras, you have to lock it down to (typically) f/22. Then use your forefinger to set apeture via the sub-command dial.
     
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    You need to set the ring to the smallest aperture, f22. They're should be a locking tab to keep it from accidentally changing on you.
     
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    '
    "Last Activity: 07-25-2010 08:27 AM"= she never even came back for the answer(s).
     
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    KmH Helping photographers learn to fish

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    All she needed to do, was look up the error code in the users manual. :scratch:
     
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    Hush, if people start reading their user's manuals this site would only have 2-3 threads per week.:lol:
     
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    If we extrapolate from previous experience, we can safely assume that won't happen. ;)
     

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