Question about Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm Lens

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"r07" ?? and the flashing battery sign????

Im panicking. my camera was working yesterday, i left it on my table for a night and ... it was also in my beg while i travelled home but , it was most of the time on my lap. safe.. and now, i tried to take a photo .. i just simply cant!!! i cant open the the screen or.. and it when i push the button it says "r07" and the battery is flashing low. but it shouldnt cos i tried to but a chanrged battery in it!! PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME, I AM SO LOST WITHOUT IT!! 

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  • fasterpcat Jun 14, 2008

    thanks for this! but i have read my manual. thank you very much... and it was the battery, it was fucked.


  • lucepinho Jul 05, 2008

    Yes I do, but "r09" I take off battery and put in again, and stil have problem, help me please.

  • destinysu801 Aug 06, 2008

    my camera say an "error" and "r06". the shutter does not go up and it doesn't snap any pics. and this is after I finished charging the battery!

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I had this same problem. Searched all around for answers and every answer I found was technically correct but still didn't fix the issue. Finally I tried replacing the memory card and the problem was immediately solved.

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Check the space of ur memory Card. Read your manual :)

Posted on Jun 14, 2008

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