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NIKON D70S IS SHOWING r09 ON TOP LCD FRAME COUNTER AUTOFOCUS IS SPINNING BACKWARDS THEN FOWARDS BUT WONT SETTLE AND SHOOT,HOWEVER WORKS IN MANUAL FOCUS MODE HELP PLEASE.

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Hello!!

Firstly switch off the camera
press and hold the ok button and turn the camera on and off for few times
whilst keeping this button depressed

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D70s owners manual


You can download a PDF version from the manufacturer's tech support site at http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13948 . At least if you're willing to settle for an English-language one. If you want another language, you'll have to search through Nikon's international web site.

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Nikon D80, how do you turn off the r09, r11 and/or r17 alert (depending which Image Quality setting I have the camera set to)? I have sent the camera back to Nikon twice and twice it has come back with the...


The r09, r11 or r17 just tells you how many pictures you can shoot before the internal memory buffer is full. It's not an error message, and I don't think there's any way to turn it off.

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R09 or R07 etc. is not an error message. In Nikon lingo ERR is the one you need to worry about. The RXX refers to the approximate amount of shots left in the buffer in the camera. Not a ptoblem. You may be trying to take pictures faster than your memory card / camera buffer can handle.

You can try a fster card like 266, but you may find that the camera is also your limitattion.

If you make no changes at all, the camera buffer will eventually clear and you can again takes pictures.

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Page 36 of the D80 manual—The r09 displays how many images can be stored in the buffer. Page 132 of the manual states the F- - is an indication that a nonCPU lens is being used or the lens is not attached. If the lens is a CPU lens then remove it then replace it turning until you hear the click as it seats.

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