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R28 error message on nikon d7000. What does it mean

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  • kakima Feb 13, 2012

    Is this preventing the camera from taking pictures? Normally the "r" just shows you how many shots you can take in the current burst before the buffer fills up. As such, it's purely informational and does not affect operation.

  • Karen Feb 13, 2012

    Sorry, new camera for me and been out of the game for awhile. The camera wasn't allowing me to take pics and I thought the r28 was the error message for it. Turns out it was on the remote control setting :-(. Thanks for your input.

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