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Nikon D70 The flash won't pop up and a clicking sound when I push the shutter. Also get r03 error. Jenean Stone

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  • Jenean31 Nov 01, 2008

    Thank you, but the flash still won't pop up.

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Ma'm, try to check the settings mode of your camera it must have been flash disable. see also the bulb of your camera must be the flash bulb got defect.

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    Charris Suaybaguio Nov 01, 2008

    thank you for using fixya

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Dear Sir/madam,

That's not an error, that's the space remaining in the buffer.The R03 or R04 message relates to the amount of shots you can take before the buffer is full. Try the camera on the Fine Jpeg setting and see what you get. Smaller file = more pictures before the buffer is full. Then you need to go into your CSM Menu, and scroll down to CSM #4, and turn LONG EXP. NR to "OFF".

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HI,

Remove lense, replace
Remove battery, replace
Change shooting mode - try full auto, jpeg not raw
Reset camera to factory defaults
Replace/format CF card

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

  • Priya darshan Nov 01, 2008


    one more thing to try ...



    put the camera in M (manual)

    set for a high shutter speed

    set for single shot mode (NO TIMER)

    remove the lens completely

    then try the shutter


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