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Where can I get a manual? Nikon N65

matthew justice , Apr 15, 2004; 08:59 p.m.

Hello all, I recived my camera I do not have a manual, does anyone know where I can get one? I looked on nikon site I did not see anything.

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Michael R. Freeman , Apr 15, 2004; 09:37 p.m.

You can download a free pdf copy directly from Nikon here: http://www.nikon-euro.com/kdb/download/manuals/film/f65rm.htm

Mike

matthew justice , Apr 15, 2004; 11:19 p.m.

Thank you very much Mike. Onw question that says F65 is that the same thing as the N65? I cant get this message that says fee on the display off. LOL

Michael R. Freeman , Apr 15, 2004; 11:38 p.m.

One question that says F65 is that the same thing as the N65?
Yes - same camera.

I can't get this message that says fee on the display off.
If you are using an AF lens WITH an aperture ring, make sure that the aperture ring on the lens is set to the MINIMUM aperture (usually f/22). There is a little slide lock on the ring to lock it in place at f/22 so that you won't accidentally move it.

matthew justice , Apr 16, 2004; 12:34 a.m.

Thank you. I really needed that. Now to take pictures

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