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On the lcd it shows
This question has been answered repeatedly.
Pentax error codes are mostly for camera repair technician
diagnosis and most of the time mean the camera is broken and
needs professional servicing.
Some Pentax Error Codes:
E: "E" often indicates a film jam. This code can
appear when the film is inserted incorrectly, when the batteries
are changed in the middle of a roll of film, if you are using
defective film, etc. If "E" appears in your camera's
information display, try to rewind your film manually (see your
user's guide for instructions on how to activate your mid-roll
rewind function), and try a different roll. If this problem keeps
occurring, you might need to send the camera to us for repair.
E3, E7, E37: These codes often signal a problem with your
E9, E93-E97: These codes may indicate a problem with your zoom
H0-H9: These H codes can also identify a problem with your
U1-U9: These U codes may also indicate a problem with your
camera's zoom lens.
These codes are standard for both Digital and film cameras.
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on Sep 22, 2009
Flash on all time in auto
Please, which camera model? Are we talking about the external flash or one built in? If it is built in the camera may think there is not enough light thus setting the flash to fire. That is what auto does, it takes all the decisions away from the camera operator.
on Nov 28, 2016
Nikon d40x exposure problem
I assume that this is a film camera that has light meter.
It could be that the camera is set to a different film sensitivity than the actual film.
For example, the film is 400 ASA but the camera is set to 100 ASA.
The sensitivity rating of the film is written on the film box and on the film cartridge. Make sure you set the film ASA number on the camera too.
on Oct 23, 2013
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