Question about Nikon D70s Digital Camera
R19 is NOT an error code. The "R<number>" is the number of pictures that may be taken (and stored on the camera's built-in, non-removable, high speed memory) before the camera must move the images to the removable memory card.
If you take a number of pictures in rapid succession, the R19 will decrease to R18, R17, R16 etc. If you shoot all the way to R1, you won't be able to shoot again until the camera is allowed to move the images to the removable memory card. If you don't take pictures in rapid fire mode - the R19 will probably not change as the camera is transferring between your shots.
I hope this was very helpful.
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
Tested on Nikon DSLR D200. Press the button and rotate the main command dial until the desired fl ash sync icon is displayed in the control panel.
If you are getting a R19 error and you are using either a built in or external flash device, do bare in mind that your flash sync mode is on the wrong setting. The best setting is: Press the flash button on the side of the camera (under the built in flash release button), then turn the right back wheel to option Front Curtain Sync (this is a box with only a flash icon in it).With the metering method (AE-L/ AF-L) you can leave this in the middle as centre-weighted which is standard on TTL.For more info just visit page 76 to 80 on the manual available athttp://www.nikonusa.com/pdf/manuals/dslr/D200_en.pdf
Press the button and rotate the main command
dial until the desired fl ash sync icon is displayed
in the control panel.
Posted on Aug 24, 2012
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