Shutter problems!

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  1. thatcostme5cents

    thatcostme5cents TPF Noob!

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    I have an Olympus OMF, and today while taking a photo, I pressed the shutter button, and the shutter closed, like normal. But now the shutter won't reopen. Is there anyway I can fix it on my own, and if not, how much do you think it would be to fix it?
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    replace the battery. my nikon FG did that, the camera needs a battery to operate shutter speed.....some older Nikons can shoot full manual without a battery.
     
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    OH! That would make total sense, because when I picked it up to take a picture, the power dial thing was on check, so it was probably used up the whole battery then. Thanks so much! :D
     

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