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R05 problem using d70, camera will not take a photo in autofocus

I purchased a used d70. It worked fine for a couple months. For seemingly no reason one day, it would not take a photo using the autofocus. It gives me "err" and "r05" in the window, and will not take a photo. It feels like the lens is spinning some, and wont take a photo. It was working in manual mode with manual focus, but after I took the lens off and placed it back on, it will now not take a photo in any mode or setting. I have taken the lens off, and placed it back on. I have also tried another lens that I have and I get the same problem. I have tried resetting it, and I still can't take a photo in any mode. Please help!

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  • Anonymous Mar 01, 2009

    Im having the same problem with my D70.

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2009

    i've the same problem with my d70s
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It is actually an error message generated by your compact flash and means that the card is no longer readable. A lot of D70 owners have reported this error without being able to find another solution other than reinserting the card or changing the card to a different brand. You could also try cleaning out the memory card slot and check to see that all pins are aligned and not bent.
Good Luck,
Jeff

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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