User manual NIKON FUNTOUCH 3
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[. . . ] (2) Insert two new AA-size alkaline batteries with the correct positive (+) and negative (-) polarity as indicated by the diagram inside the battery compartment. Â¢ A) B) C) Replace the batteries when: The film winding speed is slower than usual. A), B) or C) means that the batteries are weak and there may be insufficient power to operate all the camera's functions. NOTE: â Manganese batteries are not powerful enough for correct performance. [. . . ] Â 5 â
Look through the viewfinder and compose your picture in the white frame. When your main subject is located in the centre focusing frame of the viewfinder and is more than 1. Exposure, focus and film advance are all handled automatically by the camera. But we recommend you shoot the pictures after confirming that the green LED is glowing, i. Strictly speaking, however, proper flash exposure depends on the film speed and the camera-to-subject distance. 9 ft)
If you don't press the shutter button more than 1 minute after opening the lens cover, the green LED goes off automatically in order to save power. Fill-in Flash When photographing a subject in the shade, against the sun or in front of a bright window, the flash can be used to brighten the subject. After holding the flash-on button and making sure the green LED glows, release the shutter. G) When composing the picture where the principal subject is not in the centre of the viewfinder, it is necessary to prefocus the camera lens. To do so: (1) Look through the viewfinder and compose the picture so that your subject is located directly within the focusing frame. (2) Gently press the shutter release button halfway to lock in the correct focus. (3) While maintaining pressure on the shutter button, recompose the picture as you desire and press the shutter button all the way down to take the picture. The focus-lock can be cancelled simply by removing pressure on the shutter button. Special Auto Focus situations The auto focus system will focus accurately on the majority of the subjects you wish to photograph. However, there are a few situations where the auto focus mechanism may not function properly. These are: A) When the subject has strong reflections, such as polished metals, exterior of cars, bodies of water, or mirrors. B) Subjects with little or no reflection, such as black objects, hair, a flame or smoke. D) Subjects with an object in front of them, such as a wire net or a cage. In situations A) â D), prefocus on another subject approximately the same distance away and then recompose the scene and take the picture. E) Taking pictures through glass windows: Shoot with camera lens nearer the glass and at an angle of approximately 20Â°. H) Try this mode to reduce the possibility of showing red eyes in your flash photo. Just shift the lens cover and red-eye reduction switch all the way to the red-eye reduction position to set this mode. [. . . ] Any defects or damage directty or indirectly caused by the use of unauthorized replacement parts and/or service performed by unauthorized personnel. Some state* do not allow (a) limitations on how long an Implied warranty lasts or (b) the exclusion or limitation of Incidental ot consequential damages so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may slso ham other rights which vary from state to state. In order to obtain performance of the warranty obligations, the original consumer purchaser must return this warranty and this M k n n product together with proof of LAST r j j i i i i i râi i j r r i purchase and proof of purchase date I bill of sale) either SiSJf â¢ â¢ â¢ in person or addressed to the warranty department of y^SL f" Nikon Inc. [. . . ]
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