How do you fix a Nikon Coolpix s3000 lens error?
Lens will not open on nikon coolpix s3000 digital camera
Everytime you cut on your nikon Coolpix s210 it just says lens error what did you do and how in the world can you fix it?
Wat do you meen cut on? Who did wat? Take it to a camera repaer stoor.
You take out the battery, then put it back in....the lens will still be out but press the power button ( this turn on the camera again) then you press it again to turn it off
Pretty Good. I HAD a Canon Powershot for a Day and then a lens error hinderd it useless. Switched to the S4000 and it is Good. A lot less things you can tinker with, but a true point and click camera.
The best advice is to take it to a reputable camera repair shop. It may be a small problem such as sand or dust sticking the lens, but then if you try to fix it yourself you could break the camera increasing repair costs, at times, to be more expensive than a new camera in a similar range.
The Grainy look of the picture is due to the setting called ISO (it's too high, just lower it and it should improve). If there is a lens error then I would have to say...don't jam or push the lens in. The lens turns like a screw so if you jam or push the lens you could ruin the threads within. Most times you would have to take the camera apart and clean it or… Read More
The digital camera with the best zoom is, according to ephotozine, the Nikon Coolpix P510. It has a 42x optical zoom lens, and it will only cost you å£249.
The solution is given in the document on the following link http://www.esnips.com/web/papputatiyasStuff
and nikon camera can use a nikon lens, try a D3000, a D50, or a D9
Tech support says to 1-remove the battery and mem card 2-hold down the shutter button for 30 seconds (not the power button) 3-reinsert battery and turn on camera. I couldn't find these instructions anywhere, and it didn't fix my lens error problem. It may be a way to just restore default settings if you camera gets a software error, or if you just want to return to them for whatever reason.
Yes, you'll need an adapter and then the lens. The adapter on eBay is $24.99... http://cgi.eBay.com/Lens-ADAPTER-UV-67mm-Nikon-L110-L100-Coolpix-Camera-/370381020707?cmd=ViewItem&pt=Lens_Accessories&hash=item563c6dde23 And the actual fisheye adapter is $49.95.... http://www.amazon.com/Opteka-0-20X-Professional-Super-Fisheye/dp/B001K5T32U/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=photo&qid=1278169650&sr=1-2
Yes, you can. Nikon uses Nikon F-mount to connect the lens to the camera. Sometimes other manufacturers change their mount, but Nikon never did, so you can still even use analog lenses.
nikon 50mm 1.4 af
Yes. And that is an AMAZING lens, by the way.
A Nikon EM has a standard Nikon mount, so you can use any lens that'll fit on a Nikon, except for a Nikon Series G lens, on an EM. A Series G will fit but it won't work because there's no aperture ring.
ED has nothing to do with the camera mount; it is a lens (glass) quality so yes, it will fit
There is Nikon F mount version for Tokina lens. Nikon D300 uess F mount, it will work for sure. But make sure to by "Nikon Mount" other than canon, petax, or some other cameras
They are not.The exposure meter won't work with the ais lenses. They will work fine if you get the exposure right from trial and error, use a light meter, use experience or meter with another lens first though.
Sony does not sell Nikon camera lenses, you can different websites like Amazon, Ebay or the official Nikon website. The price will vary depending on the type of lens you are looking for.
When I began serious picture taking, I bought a single lens reflex camera with three lenses. When digital came out, I bought a Nikon D60 with an 18-200mm autofocus zoom lens. This is not the cheapest way to go, but if you want to get quality, and improve on what you get, it's the best way. Plan on spending around a thousand bucks. If you just want to take snapshots of your friends, spend about… Read More
Yes, you can, actually. All you need is a separate lens, hot glue, duct tape and a pair of huge bush clippers. First, you want to chop off your current lens with the clippers, next you want to shove your other lens in. then, wrap tape and put hot glue on and.... BOOM! separate lens. If you found this article helpful, then have a nice glass of orange juice and relaxe. If you thought this… Read More
No, Canon lenses on Canon; Nikor lenses on Nikon.
Nikon F mount (with AF coupling and AF contacts)
Unfortunately no. With an adapter one can use a Nikon lens on a Canon body, but the distances between lens and register (the critical point in the camera body where the image is recorded) make it impossible to even create an adapter to use Canon lenses on Nikon bodies.
Yes, if your camera has the detachable lens option (lens' are able to be removed from the base of the camera). All brands that are the same as your camera will fit.
Yes. Nikon cameras have the distinct advantage over other cameras because they are backwards compatible with any Nikon lens. In short, any Nikon camera can mount any Nikon lens. The problem is how much of the lens capabilities are retained when used on a different camera. Depending on the lens' mounting system and the Nikon camera, the lens may or may not be able to autofocus or meter. Also, if you use an FX lens… Read More
Walmart, Target, Office Depot, Amazon would be just a few places to get a Nikon Camera lens online. Also you can go directly to the Nikon website to find what you're looking for.
If the lens was made later than 1959 it will have the "F" mount and it should fit any modern Nikon DSLR, although the auto-focus may not work and you will have to focus manually.
Nikon or Nikor
no it can't cannon has a competetion with nikon they want you to buy only their products
yes, sure can
Yes as long as it's not pre AI
There are many "How to " videos on the internet. These videos show you step by step lens assembly.
Simon Stafford has written: 'Magic Lantern Guides' -- subject(s): Handbooks, manuals, Nikon digital cameras, Digital cameras, Photography, Nikon camera, Digital techniques, Single lens reflex cameras 'Nikon Compendium' 'Nikon D5100' -- subject(s): PHOTOGRAPHY / Techniques / Lighting, Nikon digital cameras, Digital techniques, Photography, Single-lens reflex cameras, Handbooks, manuals 'Nikon D300' -- subject(s): Handbooks, manuals, Nikon digital cameras, Photography, Single-lens reflex cameras, Digital techniques 'Nikon D70' -- subject(s): Handbooks, manuals, Digital cameras, Nikon camera 'Nikon D90'… Read More
A Nikon Lens will not fit on a Canon camera. Edit: All camera brands have their own bayonet, so they won't be able to take lenses from other brands, but if for example you wanted to put a Nikon lens on a Canon camera, there are adapters for that. There are also third-party lens makers (Sigma, Tamron, Tokina, ...), who make lenses for many camera brands.
no .... as p100 is not a dslr , u cant change its lens.
Most Nikon lens will work in complete manual mode, but to get the most from the lens (auto-focus, metering) stick to Nikkor lenses with AF or G in the title. Full comparability chart in the related links below.
Yes, But they will have crop factor. For example a 28mm wide lens will become a 42mm lens (35mm equivalent). Or a 200mm tele will become a 300mm.
Nikon D series lenses are interchangeable among Nikon digital SLR cameras.
No, only F mount lenses fit the Nikon D80, D90, D7000, D3000, D3100, D5000, D5100, D40, D40x, D50, D60, D70, D70s, D100, D200, D300, D300s and every other Nikon digital SLR A Nikon G lens will fit a D80. The G is a lens designation and not a mount. Nikon G lenses have a F mount.
It depends on the make of the lens and the mount type. Newer Canon lenses have an EF mount while Nikon lenses have a Nikkor mount. Though you can purchase conversion kits to put a Canon lens on a Nikon and vice versa.
Depending on what type of lens they are. They probably are AF lenses, so it'll work, but without the autofocus function. That means you'll have to make the focus manually.
It works but no auto focus just manual focus.
For the Nikon DX Nikkor 18-55 mm (the one that comes with the D3100) the UV filter is installed immediately after installing the lens itself. Being outside the lens, it will protect the lens as well as improve the quality of outdoor photos.
The Nikon D5000 comes with a Nikkor AF-S 18-55mm kit lens when bought, though you can also purchase the camera new without the lens, or with a series of other choices of lenses. This lens is a good starting lens to learn the basics with, but if you are looking for a more professional method of photographing, I would recommending investing in a prime or zoom lens.
Yes there is an official website for Nikon. There is both an official Canadian Website for Nikon and an Official US website for the Nikon manufacturer of cameras. There is also a company called Nikon Lens Wear that makes lenses for eyeglasses. They too have an official website.
Pick up the lens, throw it in the trash, and go buy a new one.
Yes. Any lens that works with a D60 will work the same or better on a D7000.
no! only out the lens
intelligent through-the-lens (flash control)
DSLR(Digital Single Lens Reflex) Most use Nikon or Canon. I use a Nikon d300