Nikon F3 - Exposure memory lock button

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by igor_karevski, Sep 9, 2018.

  1. Hello,

    I've searched all over the net for F3 exposure lock memory button, do you have any suggestions where can i buy it?

    Thank you very much.
     
  2. Sandy Vongries

    Sandy Vongries Administrator Staff Member

    upload_2018-9-9_6-45-32.png Possibly I have misunderstood - the F 3 exposure memory lock button is built into the camera and is positioned to the lower right side of the lens as you hold the camera.
    If the issue is that you need a replacement button, you can consult a repair service or look for "Parts" bodies on line.
     
    Last edited: Sep 9, 2018
  3. You are right Sandy, exposure button is built into the camera but mine fall off :( Its a common problem with the early F3 as i read on the net. So any service or shop offering parts for the F3? Thanks
     
  4. I heard that too. Igor may be I have the button.
     
  5. Igor! I have an F3 body which was bad. I had it in one of the boxes I packed when I moved. I need to find it and then I need to figure out how to remove the button. If I do you can have the button for just the shipping cost.
     
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  6. Hello Bubu! Thank you very much, so i think that the later bodies of the F3 have a push in type of button, but i dont know how to remove it, if its the older types, it has something like a washer pin inside the body, so the whole body needs to be opened. I really dont know whats the difference, maybe someone who knows will tell us. Thank you.
     
  7. If you are in the US then for $15 shipping cost I would send the camera body to you and let you figure it out how to do the transplant. Send PM if you're interested.
     

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