Question about Nikon D40x Digital Camera
It refers the amount of buffer memory available. See page 32 at the bottom of the page under the section The Memory Buffer.
In essence, when you take pictures in continuous mode (many frames per second) the internal memory can store subsequent pictures while the first pictures are being stored to the slower memory card. This is also called bursting.
There should be a number next to the 'r' and it is the number of pictures that can be stored in the memory buffer. It will fluctuate as you're taking pictures and will be different based on your photo size and quality settings.
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Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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