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yelcab Registered since 30th Nov 2006Mon 11-Jul-11 04:38 PM
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"What am I doing wrong with my D7K"


San carlos, US
          

I have 2 issues:

1. The battery that is used first is always the one in the camera and it does not matter what I select in the menu.

2. Even in JPEG, I can only shoot short burst before the camera locks up and I have to wait 30 seconds or longer for the buffer to clear.

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four eighty sparky Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Apr 2011Mon 11-Jul-11 05:43 PM
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#1. "RE: What am I doing wrong with my D7K"
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1. Do you have the MD-D11 attached, with a second battery in it?

2. What class of SD card are you using, and what is it's write speed?

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yelcab Registered since 30th Nov 2006Mon 11-Jul-11 06:12 PM
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#2. "RE: What am I doing wrong with my D7K"
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San carlos, US
          

Yes, I do have a MB-D11 with a Nikon battery attached to it. This maybe a defective camera and needs to go back.

I do not know the write speed for the SD Card. But, it is a little strange in that I would start shooting and have no problem, and then later on the write problem would show up. This maybe an SD card problem, but also a buffer problem. I think I need to stop shooting bursts with the D7000. I never did have that problem with my D200 and the grip.

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Pocobear Registered since 09th Apr 2011Tue 12-Jul-11 02:53 AM
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Mechanicsville, US
          

1. - When you select D14 and then select "Use MB-D11..." be sure
you push the "OK" button before you leave that page or it won't
change the settings.

2. - Check this thread for info on Buffer and Card speed:

http://www.nikonians.org/forums/dcboard.php?az=show_topic&forum=329&topic_id=4469&mesg_id=4469&page=

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