For the SCSI commands B7h (Request Defect Data), there is nothing to worry about (Recovered Error, no retries): the controller is checking the defect data on the drives and the format requested by the controller is not supported, so the drives sends a different format of the data and notifies the controller that the format returned is not the one requested. It is up to the controller to implement the proper format decoding (just a few cases) so most controllers should have it implemented.
As for the other error. it is on a Log Sense command where the controller is asking for some information (page 1Fh) and the drives do not support it and fails the command with the SCSI standard way:
PAGE CODE Field
The PAGE CODE field specifies which log page of data is being requested. If the log page code is reserved or not implemented, the command shall be terminated with CHECK CONDITION status, with the sense key set to ILLEGAL
REQUEST, and the additional sense code set to INVALID FIELD IN CDB.