User manual NIKON D3300
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
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If a warning is displayed in the viewfinder or monitor, find the solution here.
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A For Your Safety Before using the camera for the first time, read the safety instructions in "For Your Safety" (pg. xviii).
Digitutor Digitutor, a series of "watch and learn" manuals in movie form, is available from the following website: http://www. nikondigitutor. com/index_eng. html
Be sure all items listed here were included with your camera. 32, 34) MH-22 quick charger with power cable and two contact protectors (pp. [. . . ] 2 In exposure modes e and g, flash-sync mode will be set to slow rear-curtain sync when the M button is released. 4 Red-eye reduction with slow sync is available only in exposure modes e and g. In modes f and h, red-eye reduction is selected when the M button is released.
Studio Flash Systems Rear-curtain sync can not be used with studio flash systems, as the correct synchronization can not be obtained.
Shutter Speed and Aperture Shutter speed and aperture can be set as follows when a Speedlight is used: Mode e f g h Shutter speed Set automatically by camera (1/250 s1/60 s) 1, 2 Value selected by user (1/250 s30 s) 2 Set automatically by camera (1/250 s1/60 s) 1, 2 Value selected by user (1/250 s30 s) 2 Aperture Set automatically by camera See page 118 120 122 124
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1 Shutter speed may be set as slow as 30s in slow sync, slow rear-curtain sync, and slow sync with red-eye reduction flash modes. 2 Speeds as fast as 1/8, 000 s are available with optional SB-800 and SB-600 flash units when [1/250 s (Auto FP)] is selected for Custom Setting e1 ([Flash sync speed], pg. When setting aperture in exposure modes g and h, consult the table of flash ranges provided with optional Speedlight.
See Also For information on choosing a flash sync speed, see Custom Setting e1 ([Flash sync speed], pg. For information on choosing the slowest shutter speed available when using the flash, see Custom Setting e2 ([Flash shutter speed], pg. 326).
This feature is used to lock flash output, allowing photographs to be recomposed without changing the flash level and ensuring that flash output is appropriate to the subject even when the subject is not positioned in the center of the frame. Flash output is adjusted automatically for any changes in ISO sensitivity, and aperture. To use FV lock:
Assign FV lock to the Fn button.
Select [FV lock] for Custom Setting f4 ([Assign FUNC. 331).
Attach a CLS-compatible flash unit.
Mount an SB-800, SB-600, SB-400, or SU-800 on the camera accessory shoe.
Set the flash unit to TTL or AA mode.
Turn the flash unit on and set the flash mode to TTL or AA. See the Speedlight instruction manual for details.
Position the subject in the center of the frame and press the shutter-release button halfway to focus.
Lock flash level.
After confirming that the flash ready indicator (M) is displayed in the viewfinder, press the Fn button. To exit without taking a multiple exposure, select [Multiple exposure] > [Reset] in the shooting menu.
Frame a photograph, focus, and shoot.
In continuous high-speed and continuous lowspeed release modes (pg. In single-frame release mode, one photograph will be taken each time the shutterrelease button is pressed; continue shooting until all exposures have been recorded (for information on interrupting a multiple exposure before all photographs are recorded, see page 212). When shooting ends, multiple exposure mode will end and the n icon will no longer be displayed. Repeat steps 17 to take additional multiple exposures.
Multiple Exposure Do not remove or replace the memory card while recording a multiple exposure. 90) can not be used to record multiple exposures.
The information listed in the playback photo information display (including date of recording and camera orientation) is for the first shot in the multiple exposure. If no operations are performed for 30 s after the monitor has turned off during playback or menu operations, shooting will end and a multiple exposure will be created from the exposures that have been recorded to that point.
Voice Memos The camera stores only the last voice memo created during a multiple exposure.
Interval Timer Photography If interval timer photography is activated before the first exposure is taken, the camera will record exposures at the selected interval until the number of exposures specified in the multiple exposure menu have been taken (the number of shots listed in the interval timer shooting menu is ignored). These exposures will then be recorded as a single photograph and multiple exposure mode and interval timer shooting will end. Other Settings While multiple exposure mode is in effect, memory cards can not be formatted and the following can not be changed: image area, bracketing, and shooting menu options other than [White balance] and [Intvl timer shooting] (note that [Intvl timer shooting] can only be adjusted before the first exposure is taken). The [Lock mirror up for cleaning] and [Dust off ref photo] options in the setup menu can not used.
Interrupting Multiple Exposures
Selecting [Multiple exposure] in the shooting menu while a multiple exposure is being recorded displays the options shown at right. To interrupt a multiple exposure before the specified number of exposures have been taken, highlight [Cancel] and press J. If shooting ends before the specified number of exposures have been taken, a multiple exposure will be created from the exposures that have been recorded to that point. [. . . ] · To interrupt calibration, press the calibration button again. Calibration will end and charging will begin.
Battery Warning If the chamber and calibration lamps flash on and off in sequence when no battery is inserted, there is a problem with the charger. If the chamber and calibration lamps flash on and off in sequence when a battery is inserted, a problem has occurred with the battery or charger during charging. Remove the battery, unplug the charger, and take the battery and charger to a Nikon-authorized service representative for inspection. [. . . ]
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