Question about Nikon D70s Digital Camera
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Posted on May 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Error message r07 on D80
his isn't an error message. R04 or R07 or R[any number] refers to the number of shots you can take before you're camera's internal memory buffer is full.
As you're taking pictures, you're camera is writing to your memory card. When you are taking burst photographs, all the other photos you've just taken are "waiting in line" to get written to your card. If your buffer is full, the camera will not let you take another shot until it's finished writing the photo to the card.
Your camera's ability to write to the memory card is only as fast as the memory card itself as well as the quality of the photos (RAW vs. JPEG).
Sports photographers usually shoot in JPEG because they are taking a lot of shots relatively quickly and if their camera freezes then they can lose a shot.
the R means remaining, so R03 three shots remaining/left before the buffer is full.
Switching off the NR high iso and long exposure. buying a 166x card or faster will help but you won't see it on the counter.
If you do the above and switch to jpeg only it goes up.
you won't do this but, the above and quality to basic and small gives R51.
But if you shoot raw its R06 at best.
Any further help, let me know.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
This is not an error, it is telling you how many pictures can be taken in quick succession and stored in RAM, for writing to the memory card at the card's speed. It's described at the bottom of page 36 in your manual, I looked it up.
Posted on Apr 22, 2011
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