User manual NIKON F4 / F4S
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
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CONTENTS--------------~-------------------------FOREWORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Exposure Compensation Dial for Interchangeable Focusing Screens . . . . 106-109
Thank you for purc hasing the F4. We're sure it will make photography more exciting and rewarding than ever. [. . . ] Speedlight synchronization is also possible for dial-selected speeds from 1/250 sec. and slower.
DEPTH-OF-FIELD PREVIEW BUTTON !-'"II
When a lens with an automatic diaphragm is used, the viewfinder image is viewed with the lens at maximum aperture. By depressing the depth-of-field preview button, you stop the lens down to the aperture set, enabling you to examine depth of field before shooting. Portions of the picture that appear in focus when the button is pressed are in the zone of sharpest focus.
e Depth of field can only be previewed in the Aperture-Priority
Auto (A) or Manual (M) exposure modes. e During preview, autofocus and Electronic Rangefinder operation are not possible. e During preview with lenses with meter coupler, attaining correct exposure is not possible, because exposure must be determined by full-aperture metering.
METER COUPLING LEVER
Before mounting a non-AI Nikkor lens, be sure to push the meter coupling lever release button and set the meter coupling lever in the "up" position. Stop-down exposure metering cannot be performed in Spot Metering.
MIRROR LOCKUP LEVER
A highly efficient, tungsten-alloy shutter balancer is incorporated in the shutter unit. The balancer operates during shutter operation to overcome vibration normally caused by the shutter curtain in other cameras. When using super-telephoto lenses or doing photomicrography, it is necessary to reduce camera vibration to the absolute minimum. To lock the reflex viewing mirror in the "up" position, push in the depth-of-field preview button and rotate the mirror lockup lever counterclockwise until it stops.
With the mirror locked up, you cannot operate the camera in any Auto Exposure or autofocus mode, even though the viewfinder LCD may indicate otherwise. Any indication of light by the LCD is a result of spurious light entering through the viewfinder eyepiece.
Using the 10-sec. While pressing the lock release, set film advance mode selector to self-timer ( ~ ) position. During the final two seconds, the LED blinks faster, warning you to get ready.
eTo cancel self-timer operation, turn the film advance mode
selector to another setting. e ln self-timer operation, the shutter is released whether the subject is in focus or not, even in the Single Servo Autofocus mode, so lightly press the shutter release button first while aiming the camera at the subject to secure correct focus. e Exposure is conti nual ly monitored during self-timer operation until just before the shutter fires. Use of eyepiece shutter or eyepiece cover is recommended.
MULTIPLE EXPOSURE LEVER
Note that in multiple exposure operation, exposure compensation is required depending on subject brightness, background brightness and number of exposures. You must determine the necessary exposure compensation and make the adjustment. To cancel multiple exposure before releasing shutter, push the multiple exposure lever back to the original position.
As the name indicates, multiple exposures are two or more exposures of one or more subjects on the same frame. Multiple exposure lever is automatically reset to the original position. For more than two shots on the same frame, pull the lever before each additional exposure. In continuous film advance modes, pull and hold the lever during exposures. Exposures are taken continuously on the same frame as long as the shutter release button is fully depressed. [. . . ] 100% frame coverage; metering system selector, diopter adjustment knob, accessory shoe, compensation dial for focusing screens and eyepiece shutter lever provided; interchangeable with Nikon AE Action Finder DA-20, Nikon 6X High-Magnification Finder DW-21 and Nikon Waist-Level Finder DW-20 Viewfinder information By LCD - exposure compensation value, frame counter (additive type), metering system in use, shutter speed, aperture, exposure mode, electronic analog display, AE-Lock indicator; by ADR window - lens aperture; by LED display - focus indicators, exposure compensation mark and flash ready-light. illuminator switch provided for dim-light viewing
Eyepoint Focusing screen
Film speed range
Film speed setting
Approx. 22mm Nikon advanced B-type BriteView screen with central focus brackets for autofocus operation; interchangeable with 12 optional screens ISO 25 to 5000 for DX-coded film; ISO 6 to 6400 in 1/3 EV steps for manual setting At OX position, automatically set to ISO speed of OX-coded fi lm used; manual override possible Film automatical ly advances to first frame when shutter release button is depressed once In S (single frame) shooting mode, film automatically advances one frame when shutter is released; in CH (Continuous high speed), Cl (Continuous low speed) or Cs (Continuous silent) shooting mode, shots are taken as long as shutter release button is depressed; shooting speed is approx. 5. 7 Ips (CH), 3. 4 Ips (Cl ) or 1. 0 fps (Cs) - For Continuous Servo Autofocus, with AF Zoom-Nikkor 35-70mm f/3. 3-4. 5 lens, new six AA-type alkaline-manganese batteries, a shutter speed of 1/250 sec. [. . . ]
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