question for other D100 owners...
Why is it that every time I half-press the shutter button, the counter display shows "r03" ? But after that, the picture taking process goes fine...
What does "r03" mean ?
Oh, and I want to verify also that in automatic mode, for indoor shooting (bounced), the SB-28 (NON-DX) works very well with the camera.
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#1. "RE: question for other D100 owners..." | In response to Reply # 0ripps22 Basic MemberSat 06-Jul-02 02:20 PM
When you half-press, the number changes from "estimated remaining on card" to how many your buffer is good for. You can shoot rapidly / continuously until the buffer is full. The camera continues writing to the card and when buffersoace frees up, the number will increase again. When the shutter release is released, it will again display number lefr on card.
Hope this helps,
#3. "I have the SB28..." | In response to Reply # 0
and according to my camera shop, you don't lose the TTL capabilities when you use it on the D100. If I remember correctly, you need to change to manual on the flash. He told me I would need to experiment with it to get it to the right settings. HTH
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#4. "You may have the noise reduction mode enabled..." | In response to Reply # 0
...to get the