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"rXX" is the cameras estimate of how many shots legt on your memory card. As for other issue: Turn camera "ON" and remove battery while holding shutter button for about 30 seconds. Turn off, reinsert battery, turn "ON" then press hardware reset button on bottom of camera for about 2 seconds. Page 200 in Nikon d70 (do not know about d70s) manual.
I have the same message r07 on the same camera & lens combination. It is an lens error message that the lense will not focus. You can manually focus the lens in the auto mode and the camera will allow you to take a picture. I have been told it is the MR unit and cost of repair around $135.
Well, if all the software is ok, maybe the button is damaged and not able to give the two modes any more. If the camera has done it´s fair share of pictures, maybe it needs some repairs... since you´re the first that I personaly have heard is in this situation. Mechanical things get broken more easily than we want, I guess. I´d recommend a repair shop for your camera and let us know how you ended up, please.
I dont think this is actually an error but, the "07 is just telling you that the camera is
in Raw shooting mode and in that mode you can shoot 7 shots one after
the other (with continuous shooting mode on) before the buffer gets
See page 140 of the manual and also read about RAW mode settings on your camera.
Cheange the setting from RAW and try taking a pic to see that your "error" goes away.
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.
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.
Try allowing the camera to focus by pressing the shutter button halfway. Wait for a beep then press the rest of the way to take the picture. This should result in much sharper images. If this helps please rate my solution.
Probably a silly answer but are you prefocussing by pressing the shoot button half way down and allpwing the camera time to set it's own focus. When it looks OK press the button down fully to take the shot.
Can you switch off the autofocus on your camera? Maybe you've done it by mistake. There's usually answers for out of focus comments in the troubleshooting section of your manual )if you have one) if you don't do a Google and find one to download.