User manual NIKON AF NIKKOR 85MM F-1.8D

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[. . . ] However, before actually taking pictures with the AF NIKKOR 85MM F-1. 8D, you should familiarize yourself with its basic operation as presented in the first section. For more detailed explanations and special picture-taking situations, refer to the second section, CONTROLS IN DETAIL. A few minutes wisely invested now will pay off in years of rewarding photographic experiences. BASIC OPERATION 1. Remove the battery chamber lid . Use a coin to twist the lid counter clockwise to unscrew it. 2. [. . . ] Also if you fail to advance the film completely and then use this lever to trip the shutter, the mirror remain in the "up" position until the advance lever stroke is completed. will Depth-of-field preview button This control allows you to get a visual impression of the various parts of the scene in front of and behind the main subject which will appear sharp in the final photograph (see the photos on the next page. ) To operate this control, push the button while looking through the viewfinder. If the lens is set to anything other than maximum aperture, the image on the focusing screen will give you an indication of exactly what will be in focus in the final photo. The image progressively gets darker as the lens aperture gets smaller. Lens set at f/2. 8 Lens set at f/16 At wide apertures, the depth-of-field is very shallow with the main subject in focus. But when the lens is stopped down to f/16, most objects from near to far are in sharp focus. Meter coupling lever Push the meter coupling lever release button and lock the meter coupling lever in the "up" position before mounting a non-AI Nikkor lens. Then perform stopped-down metering in the following manner: For non-AI Nikkor lenses with automatic diaphragms On AUTO: Push in and hold the depth-of-field preview button while you trip the shutter. Caution: If the depth-of-field preview button is not depressed all the way, the mirror may remain in the "up" position. Then hold in the preview button and turn the aperture ring until the "- +" symbol appears in the finder. For non-AI lenses or accessories without automatic diaphragms On AUTO: Stop the lens down manually until the desired shutter speed appears in the finder. Then take the picture. On MANUAL: Adjust the shutter speed or aperture until the "- +" sign appears. For fixed-aperture reflex lenses, photomicrography, or astrophotography On AUTO: No control is necessary. Otherwise, it will not light up. Film plane indicator The film plane indicator (¢) is engraved in white on the top deck just behind the shutter speed dial. Whenever it becomes necessary to measure the exact distance between the subject and film plane, such as in macrophotography, use the film plane indicator. The distance between the film plane and the lens mounting flange is exactly 46. 5mm. Infrared focusing index When you shoot infrared film, note that the plane of sharpest focus is slightly farther away than that in visible-light photography. As a rule of thumb, you can compensate for this shift in focus by referring to the infrared compensation index (in the form of either a red dot or a red line) near the focusing index on the lens barrel. ) After focusing the image sharply through the viewfinder check the focused distance and turn the focusing ring to the left until the red infrared compensation index lines up with the prefocused distance. 60°C), the whole surface turns black so that the exposure information cannot be read. However, this situation will return to normal when the temperature drops. Avoid storing the camera in excessively hot places, such as in a car parked in direct sunlight or inside the trunk. When the temperature goes below freezing, the response time decreases as the liquid crystal becomes more viscose. EV RANGE OF THE CAMERA The camera's meter may be used only within the shutter speed range covered by the exposure value (EV) range of the meter, which varies with the aperture and ASA/ISO settings. The chart on page 35 shows the relationships between the f/stop, shutter speed and film speed, indicating the slowest functioning shutter speed (for metering purposes) with any film speed/aperture combination. Careful attention to the following instructions will assure precise exposure, automatically, over the complete exposure control and meter range capabilities of your Nikon AF NIKKOR 85MM F-1. 8D High-Eyepoint camera. · Auto exposure control at full aperture For example, with an f/1. 4 lens and ASA/ISO 100 film, the automatic shutter will function down to one second with the lens set at f/1. 4, and proportionately slower as the aperture is closed. [. . . ] Even though the AF NIKKOR 85MM F-1. 8D High-Eyepoint camera is built to take many years of hard use, it may be damaged by shock, heat, water, or misuse. Following are some tips to help you keep your camera in good condition. 1. Keep the lens clean. Keep the lens surfaces free of fingerprints and dust as much as possible. If smudges or fingerprints persist, use lens tissue moistened sparingly with alcohol or lens cleaner. [. . . ]


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