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D100 bug I've not heard of before - how about you?

AlanC

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"RE: D100 bug I've not heard of before - how about you?"

AlanC Basic Member
Sun 24-Nov-02 08:39 PM

It's not a problem specific to the D100: if you're changing lenses in a hurry, get the lens in the wrong position and use too much force you can bend that lever on just about any Nikon camera.

My dealer told me about a pro photographer - one of their regular customers - who had just bought a D1x and somehow managed to do this: he thought he'd got a faulty camera since the exposures were consistently wrong, so they replaced it. The original was sent back to Nikon who promptly pointed out that there was nothing wrong the camera per se - the aperture control lever had been bent....

Alan.

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