User manual NIKON D750

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[. . . ] PictureProject Reference Manual (on CD) The PictureProject Reference Manual contains information on using the PictureProject software provided with your camera. For information on viewing the reference manual, see the Quick Start Guide. CAUTION: Foreign Matter on the Low-Pass Filter Nikon takes every possible precaution to prevent foreign matter from coming into contact with the low-pass filter during production and shipping. The D750, however, is designed to be used with interchangeable lenses, and foreign matter may enter the camera when lenses are removed or exchanged. Once inside the camera, this foreign matter may adhere to the low-pass filter, where it may appear in photographs taken under certain conditions. [. . . ] The icon in the control panel and the arrows ( and ) at the ends of the electronic analog exposure display will start to blink. Taking Photographs--Exposure 3 Press the button and rotate the sub-command dial to choose a bracketing program ( 93). Each increment is equivalent to about 10 mired ( 51); if the number of images in the bracketing program exceeds the number of exposures remaining, the bracketing progress indicator ( , , or ) will blink. Shooting Mode In all modes (including continuous mode), the shutter is released only once each time the shutter-release button is pressed. Each shot is processed to create the number of copies specified in the bracketing program. Turning the Camera Off If the power is turned off during recording, the camera will not power down until all shots in the bracketing sequence have been recorded. 92 4 Compose a photograph, focus, and shoot. Each shot will processed to create the number of copies specified in the bracketing program, and each copy will have a different white balance. Modifications to white balance are added to the white balance adjustment made with white balance fine-tuning ( 50). If the number of shots in the bracketing program exceeds the number of exposures re( ) will be displayed and maining, the bracketing progress indicator and number of exposures remaining will blink. To cancel bracketing, press the button and rotate the main command dial until is no longer displayed in the control panel. The program last in effect will be restored the next time bracketing is activated. Bracketing can also be cancelled by selecting NEF (Raw) or NEF+JPEG Basic for image quality or performing a two-button reset ( 111), although in this case reactivating bracketing will not restore the bracketing program. Taking Photographs--Exposure The number of shots, white balance increment (WB), and bracketing order for each of the possible white-balance bracketing programs is shown below. Control panel display No. of Bracketing shots WB order 3 3 3 2 2 2 ±1 0, ­1, +1 ±2 0, ­2, +2 ±3 0, ­3, +3 +1 +2 +3 0, +1 0, +2 0, +3 Control panel display No. Use of tripod is recommended to Slow rear-curtain sync prevent blurring caused by camera shake. Rear-curtain sync Flash Angle The flash angle of the built-in Speedlight can cover the field of view of an 18 mm lens. It may not be able to light the entire subject with some lenses or apertures ( 101). ISO Auto When On is selected for Custom Setting 5 (ISO auto; 142), sensitivity will automatically be adjusted as required for optimal flash output. This may result in foreground subjects being underexposed in flash photographs taken at slow shutter speeds, in daylight, or against a bright background. In these cases, choose a flash mode other than slow sync or select mode A or M and choose a larger aperture. 95 The following flash sync settings are available in Flash sync mode Description Taking Photographs--Flash Photography , , and modes: Auto frontcurtain sync If lighting is poor or subject is back-lit, flash pops up when shutter-release button is pressed halfway and fires automatically when shutter is released. Shutter speed is restricted to values between 1 /60 and 1/500 s (1/125 and 1/500 s in mode). Auto front-curtain sync is selected automatically when mode dial is rotated to , , or . Auto with red- Combines red-eye reduction ( eye reduction 95) with auto front-curtain sync. Off Flash does not fire even when lighting is poor or built-in Speedlight is raised. Flash does not pop up automatically when shutter-release button is pressed halfway. The following flash sync settings are available in Flash sync mode Description mode: If lighting is poor or subject is back-lit, flash pops up when shutterrelease button is pressed halfway. Flash is combined with shutter speeds as slow as 1 s to capture both subject and background at night or under dim light. Use of tripod is recommended to prevent Auto slow sync blurring caused by camera shake. [. . . ] The following can reduce battery life: · Using the monitor · Keeping the shutter-release pressed halfway · Repeated autofocus operations button · Taking NEF (RAW) photographs · Slow shutter speeds Technical Notes--Specifications To ensure maximum battery performance: · Keep the battery contacts clean. Batteries will lose their charge if left unused. 205 Index Menus Playback menu, 124­131 Delete, 124­125 Playback fldr, 126 Rotate tall, 126 Slide show, 127­128 Hide image, 129 Print set, 130­131 Shooting menu, 132­134 Optimize image, 56­61 Long exp. NR, 133 Image quality, 41­42 Image size, 43­45 White bal. , 48­55 ISO, 46­47 CSM menu, 135­154 R Menu reset, 136­137 01 Beep, 138 02 Autofocus, 139 03 AF-area mode, 140 04 AF assist, 141 05 ISO auto, 142­143 06 No CF Card?, 143 07 Image review, 144 08 Grid display, 144 09 EV step, 144 10 Exp comp. , 145 11 Center wtd, 145 12 BKT set, 146 13 BKT Order, 146 14 Command dial, 147 15 AE-L/AF-L, 147 16 AE Lock, 148 17 Focus area, 148 18 AF area illm, 149 19 Flash mode, 150­151 20 Flash sign, 152 21 Shutter spd, 152 22 Monitor off, 153 23 Meter-off, 153 24 Self-timer, 153 25 Remote, 154 Setup menu, 155­168 Folders, 156­158 File No. Seq. , 159 Format, 160 CSM menu, 161 Date, 16, 161 LCD brightness, 161 Mirror lock-up, 162 Video mode, 162 Language, 16, 163 Image comment, 163­164 USB, 165, 171, 176 Dust ref photo, 166­167 Firmware Ver. , 167 Image rotation, 168 Symbols , , , , , . [. . . ]

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