User manual NIKON AF-S NIKKOR 35MM F-1.4G
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[. . . ] â· Turn the camera off immediately in the event of malfunction. Should you notice smoke or an unusual smell coming from the equipment, immediately unplug the AC adapter and remove the camera battery, taking care to avoid burns. [. . . ] Camera Nikon FX-format and DX-format digital singlelens reflex cameras, F6, F5, F4-series, F100, F90X/N90s *, F90-series/N90 *, F/N80-series *, F/N75-series *, F70-series/ N70 *, F/N65-series *, Pronea 600i/6i *, Pronea S F60-series/N60 *, F/N55-series *, F50-series/ N50 *, F-801s/N8008s *, F-801/N8008 *, F-601M/N6000 *, F-401x/N5005 *, F-401s/ N4004s *, F-401/N4004 * Camera focus mode AF MF AF, MF Lens focus mode M/A M Autofocus Manual with focus with manual electronic override rangefinder Manual focus (electronic rangefinder available with all cameras except F-601M/N6000 *) To focus using autofocus with manual override (M/A): If desired, autofocus can be over-ridden by rotating the lens focus ring while the shutter-release button is pressed halfway (or, if the camera is equipped with an AF-ON button, while the AF-ON button is pressed). The depth-of-field indicators on the lens show the approximate depth of field (see page 138 for more information). When using the built-in flash on cameras equipped with a built-in flash unit, shoot at ranges of 0. ) or more and remove the lens hood to prevent vignetting (shadows created where the end of the lens obscures the built-in flash). The lens hoods protects the lens and blocks stray light that would otherwise cause flare or ghosting. Align the lens hood lock mark (-- ) with the lens hood mounting mark () on the lens (e). When attaching or removing the hood, hold it near the symbol on its base and avoid gripping it too tightly. When the hood is reversed, it can be attached and removed by rotating it while holding it near the lock mark (-- ). The following cameras support a variety of focusing screens for use in different situations. ") when adjusting exposure compensation for the F6; note that with screens other than B or E, "Other screen" must be selected even when the value for exposure compensation is 0. [. . . ] Leaving the lens in extremely hot locations could damage or warp parts made from reinforced plastic. Wireless Remote Speedlight SB-R200: Up to two SB-R200 wireless remote flash units can be mounted at the end of the lens. [. . . ]
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