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  1. #1
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    "r09" code

    In the ISO field, I get a "r09" reading and cannot take photos. What have I done????


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  2. #2
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    Re: "r09" code

    Filled the buffer. But that should read r00, not r09.
    Last edited by 480sparky; 06-07-2015 at 06:57 PM.
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  3. #3
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    Re: "r09" code

    r11?

  4. #4
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    Re: "r09" code

    The r is your buffer, sounds normal. Perhaps another problem is holding you up, like camera cannot achieve focus.
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    Re: "r09" code

    Then number following the 'r' is how many shots you can still take with the remaining buffer capacity. "r09" means you can take 9 more frames before it fills.

    Something else is holding the shutter button up.
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    Re: "r09" code

    Quote Originally Posted by nickt View Post
    The r is your buffer, sounds normal. Perhaps another problem is holding you up, like camera cannot achieve focus.
    This is usually the case for me. I get it when I forget to hit the back button to focus the camera. I don't know how I could forget something like focusing the camera, but there it is.

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    Re: "r09" code

    I've been having an issue with mine as well, I use back button focus and it beeps letting me know it is in focus and then I go to hit the shutter release and nothing happens. I'm in manual mode as well.
    Nikon d7000, NIKON 35mm 1.8, Tamron 24-70 2.8, Tamron 70-200 2.8 G2, Tokina 11-16 2.8 (thanks Blacktop),
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    Re: "r09" code

    Quote Originally Posted by dickelfan View Post
    I've been having an issue with mine as well, I use back button focus and it beeps letting me know it is in focus and then I go to hit the shutter release and nothing happens. I'm in manual mode as well.
    To use the bbf technique to its full potential, you should be in af-c mode and menu a1 set to 'release' priority. If you don't have release priority set, the camera may focus with the back button, but if you recompose either on purpose or just slight movement, the camera may not fire since the focus point no longer sees focus. Release priority will allow you to recompose when you release the back button. This applies to the d7000, however the d7100 and d7200 will use release priority with the back button regardless of menu a1 setting.
    I must have a really good camera.

  9. #9
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    Re: "r09" code

    Ok...thanks that helped I think. Adjusted, but now it doesn't beep when I focus
    Nikon d7000, NIKON 35mm 1.8, Tamron 24-70 2.8, Tamron 70-200 2.8 G2, Tokina 11-16 2.8 (thanks Blacktop),
    Yongnuo YN560 III &II
    Westcott Rapid Box 26" Octa Softbox with beauty dish, Westcott lightstand x2, Westcott 43" shoot through umbrella
    Benro TMA38c Carbon Fiber Tripod, Really Right Stuff Bh55 ball head
    Benro TMA38C Series 3 Mach3 Carbon Fiber Tripod

  10. #10
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    Re: "r09" code

    Yeah, no beep in af-c, it is continuous focus. So you lose the beep, but you gain the advantage of having instant access to continuous focus or let go of the button for a pseudo af-s mode. Great for recomposing at your leisure or pre-focusing for anticipated action.
    I must have a really good camera.





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