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R06 - buffering for hours - why!

Hi, I was shooting for the first time in JPEG format using the self timer mode. I must have pressed the shutter too often and now r06 comes up. I've left the camera off overnight, and on for 2 hours this morning and after that I can get one shot off but then it goes back to r06. Can I reset the camera to stop the buffering process? Please help!

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Hi,

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1 Select [ON], and press Z.
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Note:
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frames at most regardless of the setting.


Hope my info fixes your problem,
Thanx for using fixya,
cheers.

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