User manual NIKON F50 / F50D

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[. . . ] SHORTCUT TO GREAT PICTURES Nikon ••••• ••••••• • I:::::•. c:•• ••• ••• •• • •• ••••• . ;-:. . •. :::. •••• ••••• •••• •••••• •••• •• •••• •••••• •• •••••• 5 5 . . ••••• •• •••••• • •• • •••• ••••• • • •• •••• •••••• , •• •• • ••• ••••• ••••• . . . . . . • • •• ••• ••• ••• •••••••• •••••••• •••••••• •••••••• • ••••••• •• ••••• ••• • •••• • ••••• • • •••••• ••• ••••• ••• • •••• • INSTRUCTION MANUAL (E IlII FOREWORD Thank you for purchasing the Nikon F501F50D camera. We are sure that you will enjoy using this camera and that it will make photography a bigger part of your life. [. . . ] To return to the last selected exposure modelProgram, press the button above ISO. To manually set ISO film speed for nonOX-coded film: When using non-DX-coded film, manually set the ISO film speed number. If you have installed non-DX-coded film and closed the camera back, the ISO setting screen is automatically activated on the LCD panel. the button above IS The LCD shows the last selected exposure mode/Program . • Until setting is completed, the sbutter remains locked, and the menu button is deactivated. • If you want to recall the ISO setting screen after completi ng the setting, activate the OptionalFunction Menu and press the button above ISO. With a OX-coded film , film speed is automatically set on the camera body; you cannot adjust. 35 EXPOSURE COMPENSATION By compensating the exposure, you can vary the exposure results to create different versions of the same picture or put creative emphasis on a specific part of the picture. You can compensate exposure from -5 EV to + 5 EV in 1/2 steps. Without compensation (overexposed) With compensation (correctly exposed) 36 ~ 6"Q ~ Press to complete ~~;;~~ CC2D setting ;_ ~:;~~ ~=: FI ~ +0. 51] Press to adjust 1 m With the Exposure Mode Menu, press the menu button to activate the Optional-Function Menu . Press the button above the indication. Adjust the compensation by pressing the button above the. A. is for the value rapidly, hold the button T To complete the setting, press the button above The LCD shows the last selected exposure modelProgram. When you set exposure mode or Program, m appears in the LCD panel and inside the viewfinder, indicating that the exposure has been compensated . • If you want to cancel the exposure compensation before completing the setting, press the menu button. The LCD panel will return to the Exposure Mode Menu. m. After shooting with compensated exposure, make sure to reset the compensation value to ±O. O. 37 OTHER CONTROLS This section shows you various photographic techniques-how to shoot an off-centre subject, what you should do when autofocus is impossible, how to operate the camera's self-timer, and how to perform a long time exposure. This section is for both SIMPLE and ADVANCED modes. 38 SELF-TIMER OPERATION Set desired exposure mode or Program, then press the selftimer button. • To cancel self-timer and make ~ disappear, press the menu button. 1 2 Look through the viewfinder, lightly press the shutter release button, and confirm focus and exposure. Fully depress the shutter release button to start self-timer operation. The self-timer LED starts blinking and ~ in the LCD panel also blinks. The LED bUnks for eight seconds, then stops blinking to tell you to get ready. After the shot, self-timer operation is automatically deactivated. 3 To cancel self-timer operation before shooting: Turn the camera's power off. In Programmed Auto, Shutter-Priority Auto or Aperture-Priority Auto exposure mode, attach the eyepiece cover DK-5 (provided) to the viewfinder eyepiece before setting self-timer. The DK-5 prevents stray light from entering the viewfinder and affecting exposure. 39 LONG TIME EXPOSURE AT IITIMEII SETTING (ADVANCED mode only) In the Manual Exposure mode, you can set shutter speed to "TIME" to leave the shutter open as long as desired. When performing long time exposure, you must use a tripod to avoid camera shake which may cause picture blur. , . . . "f" "f . . i I II TI ME F5. sM IFS. E. 1 1 2 Set exposure mode to Manual and shutter speed to "TIME" (next to "30' , ") for 30 seconds. Inside the viewfinder, "- - " appears in place of the shutter speed indication and the exposure indicator disappears. Fully depress the shutter release button then remove your finger to start exposure. After the desired duration, lightly press the shutter release button to complete exposure. 3 40 TO SHOOT AN OFF-CENTRE SUBJECT In the following procedure, you can take an in-focus picture with an off-centre, stationary subject. [. . . ] These changes do not affect normal use. 70 In certain cases, due to static electricity or poorly loaded batteries, the camera's microcomputer may tum the camera off, even with fresh properly installed battery. In each of these cases, to resume operation, simply tum the power OFF, then tum ON again, or remove battery and install it again. "This digital apparatus does not exceed the (Class B) limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications. " Nikon cannot be held responsible for any malfunction resulting from the use of the camera other than as specified in this manual. 71 . No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles or reviews) , may be made without written authorisation from NIKON CORPORATION. Nikon f NIKON CORPORATION FUJI BLDG. , 2-3, MARUNOUCHI 3-CHOME, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8331, JAPAN PHONE: 81-3-3214-53 11 TELEX: NIKON J22601 FAX: 81-3-3201 -5856 ••• • ••• • ••• • •••••• •••••• ••••• •••••• ••• •::11 ••• • , Printed in Japan K8A20011 01 (8392) SHORTCUT TO GREAT PICTURES Nikon F50/F50o SHOOTING IN SIMPLE MODE operate your F50/F50o, please also read the F50/F50o Instruction Manual booklet, after you have become familiar with the SIMPLE mode. Read this Instruction Sheet to learn how to use your F50/F50o camera in the SIMPLE mode. [. . . ]


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