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If you have ISO set to 1600 and you are using Auto ISO then the ISO has nowhere to go. About Us Photography Forums is a place to discuss photography equipment, technique, and digital imaging software. The number will reduce as you shoot in continuous burst mode, and when the buffer is full, then the camera will slow down to the speed that it can write data Question about Nikon D Digital Cameras 1 Answer Nikon D80 Camera Nikon D80 Camera with Problem: Error Code RO6 or R06 "0" as in zero.

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Welcome to the Photography Forums where you can ask questions or find answers on anything related to photography, cameras and techniques. Thanks for taking time in typing such a detailed reply. Staff Member Supporting Member Joined: Jul 8, 2005 Messages: 36,835 Likes Received: 10,464 Location: Victoria, BC Can others edit my Photos: Photos OK to edit Sounds to me like it's just Nikon D80 Err Clock I've been shooting exclusively in aperure-priority lately, so I'm not sure if it comes up in other shooting modes.

I know with Canon cameras it's generally recommended to remove the batteries for a short period in order to reset any possible hiccups in the electrickery, so presumably the same goes Nikon D80 Err R09 Good idea or not? Since you're a "stabber" (which is probably also why you're "anonymous"), you only really see the "R" numbers when you stab and the camera doesn't immediately take a picture. https://www.flickr.com/groups/[email protected]/discuss/72157606440644035/ Has anyone else had this problem, and if so, how can one correct it?

nikonians Even though we ARE Nikon lovers,we are NOT affiliated with Nikon Corp. D80 Manual Aug 18, 2007 I've looked in the manual for a error code but its not a error apparently. I suspect that the contacts need a bit of exercise.Click to expand... Started Aug 18, 2007 | Discussions Shop cameras & lenses ▾ Forum Threaded view scottdee • Junior Member • Posts: 27 D80 wont' take closeups- flashing R06 in finder?

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  • I suspect that the contacts need a bit of exercise.

Nikon D80 Err R09

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Photography have a peek at these guys Thanks Mark. Any help is appreciated.. -Leo Responses Bill Brock , Nov 15, 2009; 07:38 p.m. Nikon Equipment Body: D700, D80 Lenses: Nikor: 24mm f//2.8, 28mm f/2.8, 50mm f/1.8D AF, 85mm f/1.8D, 35-70mm f/2.8, 70-300mm f/4-5.6 ED Sigma: 10-20mm f/4-5.6 LensBaby: Composer TeleConverter: Tamron 2X N-AF Flash: Nikon Error R09

I have auto iso set to 1600 and min shutter speed to 1/15 with the 18-135mm kit lens mounted. Flash In The Pan, Sep 10, 2008 Share #2 pscolling Messages: 90 Name: Paul Colling Edit My Images: Yes Possibly the lens isn't on right, or its a very old lens.. Oh good grief. http://windowsazure4j.org/nikon-d80/nikon-d90-r05-error.html The r06 isn't an error.

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Come to think of it this is what may have caused the issue. The only way to get the r06 off the display is to go into the menu's and change it to show the current ISO instead. Yes, she's just texted me again to say that she's had the problem before but cured it by switching the camera off and on again. At first we thought it was an error, but upon looking it up online I saw that it was just the number of shots available in the buffer.

SquarePeg posted, Replies: 32 The D500 isn't FF? Help Forums Forums Quick Links Recent Posts Gallery Gallery Quick Links Categories Explore User's Albums New Albums New Photos New Videos New Comments Locations Cameras Tags Cloud Reviews Reviews Quick Links Forums Unified View Minox All Forums Mirrorless Digital Cameras Accessories Modern Film Cameras Alternative Cameras & Lenses Nature B&W - Film & Processing New User Introductions B&W - Printing & Finishing this content Tell her to take the lens off, clean the mounts and refit it.

Flash In The Pan, Sep 10, 2008 Share #4 fabs They see me walkin', they hatin' Staff Member Messages: 39,915 Name: Marc Edit My Images: Yes Thanks for the quick replies. Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose D80 nikon err error part 1 kong kongg SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe156156 Loading... Login Username or Email Password Forgot your password?? user-manual-D80 Digital...

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