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Job NR is usually associated with the camera's processing time during very slow shutters. If you wait long enough it will show you the image you've taken but because the shutter is very slow, the image will be blurry and unrecognizable. On manual mode or Shutter speed priority change your shutter speed to at least .125 of a second. That should fix the problem.
You might have set the camera to take pictures and save it to the HIGHEST resolution. That is the only reason why it takes a while to read the data. Try lowering the resolution and this should fix the problem. Otherwise, please let me know if this does not work so I can advice you further.
Meanwhile you can do a resize of the pictures by following the steps in page 65 of the manual here:
r03 is NOT an error message. It indicates the number of remaining pictures that can be stored in the camera's built-in high speed memory buffer (before the camera will need to send them to the memory card). Each successive picture taken rapidly will decrease this r03 number by 1. Eventually the r01 will be on screen, and after that picture is taken, the camera will not shoot until the memory buffer has been transferred. This may take a few seconds, and then shooting can continue again.
Had the same problem, turn on camera wait until power up is complete and turn it off again. Give lens area a firm hit and turn camera on error should be fixed. try several times as it may not work first time. This worked for me hope it helps
Before a digital camera is ready to take a picture, the electronics inside the camera must get ready to capture the picture and save it to the memory card or the internal camera memory.
Press the shutter button half-way (to its first detent) to set the exposure and focus. When the ready light is green, continue pressing the shutter button completely down to take the picture. The picture is taken almost immediately.