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I own a NIKON D300 it comes up with R21 if I use the two button reset I get R28 come up has anyone a solution please. David

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Is this preventing you from shooting?
Normally the r-number simply indicates how many more shots you can take in the current burst before the buffer fills up and the camera has to slow down to save the pictures to the memory card. It's purely FYI and shouldn't stop you from shooting (until it gets down to r00).

Posted on Nov 24, 2014

  • David Hawkes Nov 24, 2014

    Thank you, I should not worry about it then or should I ?

  • kakima Nov 24, 2014

    As I said, it's informational. You don't need to worry about it unless you're shooting a lot of pictures in a burst and the number goes down close to zero.

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This should make no difference the way the camera performs. I believe that it is the buffer for shooting in burst mode. Is it on all the time?

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Hi Dee and thanks for coming to FixYa.

Hold the camera like your going to take a picture. Now turn the camera over to look at the bottom. On the right hand side is a small latch. The latch secures the battery hatch door. Pop the latch and the battery door should open.
Turn the camera back over carefully and the batter should slide out.
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