User manual NIKON AF-S VR MICRO-NIKKOR 105MM F-2.8G IF-ED

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[. . . ] Focus brackets (page 25) Focus indicator (page 25) Shutter speed Aperture 6 7 8 5. 5. Shutter speed Flexible program (page 40) Flash sync mode (page 59) Battery power (page 15) Self-timer (page 55) 6. Film (page 19) About LCD · At high temperatures of 60°C or above, the display turns black, making it impossible to read. · At temperatures below freezing, the LCD's response time slows; when the temperature rises, it returns to normal. 4 5 Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Nikon AF-S VR MICRO-NIKKOR 105MM F-2. 8G IF-ED/AF-S VR MICRO-NIKKOR 105MM F-2. 8G IF-EDD camera. [. . . ] · When you want to lock focus on a stationary subject that has been moving and tracked with Continuous Servo AF (changed to Single Servo AF from Continuous Servo AF), remove your finger from the shutter release button once and focus again. Set the exposure mode dial to z. · With exposure mode set to z, other modes are set as follows: Exposure metering: Matrix (page 48) Flash: Normal sync Flexible Program, Exposure compensation and Slow Sync flash cannot be used. 2 Confirm focus indicator u then (while keeping shutter release button lightly pressed) recompose and shoot. 2 Confirm focus indicator u and shoot. · When the subject is too dark or too bright, one of the following warning indications will appear in the viewfinder or LCD panel. · ¤: Use Speedlight. Difference between z (General-Purpose Program) and P (Auto-Multi Program) Although exposure controls are the same, with Auto-Multi Program, you can select functions such as Flexible Program (page 40), exposure compensation (page 50) or Slow Sync (page 59) flash for more flexible shooting. 38 · After you have locked the focus, do not change the camera-to-subject distance. If you keep the shutter release button lightly pressed after releasing the shutter, the shutter can be released repeatedly with the same focusing. Shooting in Each Exposure Mode--continued P: Auto-Multi Program The camera automatically controls your exposure to achieve a correct exposure in any shooting situation. For more complex shooting, use Flexible Program (below) or exposure compensation (page 50). For other available mode combinations, see page 64. 1 Set the exposure mode dial to P. 1 Confirm focus indicator u and shoot. · When the subject is too dark or bright, one of the following warning indications will appear in the viewfinder or LCD panel . · ¤: Use Speedlight. Set the exposure mode dial to S and set the shutter speed (30-1/2000 sec. ) with the Command Dial. 2 2 Confirm focus indicator u and shoot. · When the subject is too dark or bright, one of the following warning indications will appear in the LCD panel or viewfinder. · When , blinks in the LCD panel and viewfinder, shutter speed is set to Long Time Exposure. For Long Time Exposure, see page 44. NOTE: Flexible Program In Auto-Multi Program, by rotating the Command Dial you can change the combination of shutter speed and aperture while maintaining a correct exposure. With this function, you can shoot in Auto-Multi Program as though shooting in Shutter-Priority Auto or Aperture-Priority Auto. To cancel the Flexible Program, reset the shutter speed-aperture combination to the original value, change the exposure mode, turn off the main switch, or use the built-in Speedlight (page 28) or perform Two-Button Reset (page 57). 40 41 DETAILED OPERATION (EXPOSURE) WWW. LENSINC. NET S: Shutter-Priority Auto Enables you to manually set your desired shutter speed (30-1/2000 sec. ); the camera automatically selects the proper aperture to provide a correct exposure. It generally selects a smaller aperture to assure sharply focused landscape pictures. Recommended lenses: you can use the full range of lenses (wideangle to telephoto) to achieve different effects. · To avoid camera shake, use a tripod. · In b Sport Program, focus detection continues as long as the shutter release button is lightly pressed. By fully depressing the shutter release button and holding it in, you can perform continuous shooting. n: Night Scene Program Use this program in the evening or at night. You can also use it with the flash when you want to include portraits in a night scene composition. Recommended lenses: you can use the full range of lenses (wideangle to telephoto) to achieve different effects. · To avoid camera shake, use a tripod. v: Close-Up Program Use this program when you are taking pictures up close. It uses a larger aperture (smaller f-number) and a shallow depth of field to create a blurred background that accentuates your main subject. · To avoid camera shake, use a tripod. 46 47 DETAILED OPERATION (EXPOSURE) WWW. LENSINC. NET x: Portrait Program Use this program whenever you are taking pictures of people. It uses a relatively large aperture (smaller f-number) and shallow depth of field to create a blurred background to accentuate your main subject. Recommended AF Nikkor lenses: 85mm to 200mm telephoto lenses with large maximum apertures. b: Sport Program Use this program to freeze action. [. . . ] Do not short, disassemble, heat or charge batteries. Nikon cannot be held responsible for any malfunction resulting from the use of the camera other than as specified in this manual. 68 69 Troubleshooting LCD panel blinks WWW. LENSINC. NET Viewfinder blinks Cause Remedy Page 16 LCD panel -- Viewfinder u blinks Cause · Autofocus is not possible. Remedy · Focus manually. · Shoot again after confirming focus distance, aperture or flash shooting distance range. · Set the Speedlight's flash mode selector to ¸ or switch exposure mode to A or M. Page 37 41 43 28 · CPU Nikkor lens (other than G-type) is · Set lens to not set to its minimum aperture. · Load DX-coded film. O appears -- 15 / appears / appears · Overexposure possible. O blinks -- 15 41 43 28 ° blinks (° appears without blinking in M mode) < and T blink and fl appears T blinks and fl appears T blinks ° blinks · Non-CPU lens is (° appears attached or lens is without blinking not attached. [. . . ]

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