Recently, I bought an F90 (analog) body. It seemed fine to me at the time, since I didn't yet know a whole lot about these older bodies. However when I started using it, it turned out I couldn't adjust the aperture in any other way than using the S-mode. However, this option is highly uncontrollable, since changing light conditions would mean the camera changes the aperture to maintain the same shutter speed. Some Nikon reps were at my local camera store today (asked them about a D700 replacement, no news from them..). They had a look and it turned out the bajonet ring was blocking some sort of lever that (in a nutshell) takes care of telling the camera you turned the aperture ring. After careful examination, we found out the bajonet ring was quite severely bended, that is if we put it down on a flat surface, one end would come up like 2 mm. This was blocking the lever. Now I tried to carefully bend it back myself but to no avail. My question: any suggestions on getting hold of spare parts for an old camera like this? Nikon stopped producing this model in like 2001 so I don't reckon they still have spare parts lying around. Also, the camera doesn't have any emotional value to me so I wouldn't want to buy another copy of it and salvage it for spare parts. Any tips are welcome!