User manual NIKON LITETOUCH ZOOM 80/80QD

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[. . . ] Nikon Lite •Touch Zoom80 Lite •Touch Zoom80 QD Instruction Manual / Manual de instrucciones Foreword Thank you for purchasing the Nikon LiteTouch Zoom 80/80 QD. For obtaining the best results with this easy-to-use camera, be sure to read this instruction manual thoroughly before you begin. Important notes oh panorama photographs In some cases, your film processing lab may not be able to handle the printing of panorama-format photographs. Also, before having your film processed, ask your local lab about possible options for processing panorama photographs. [. . . ] In such a situation, if you lightly press the shutter release button, the in-focus/flash ready-light LED will light up, indicating that the flash is set to fire. If the in-focus/flash ready-light LED blinks: 2 The flash is not sufficiently charged, and the shutter is locked. Remove your finger from the shutter release button and wait a few seconds. Press the shutter release button halfway and confirm the LED lights up. 49 s Before shooting with flash, make sure the subject is within the flash shooting range for the film speed in use (see table). Note that overexposure may occur if you take pictures within 1m (approx. For color slide film Note that the table indicates the flash shooting range for negative film. 1) Unit: m (ft) Unidad: m (pie) 100 200 400 800 51 Flash with red-eye reduction [EJL "Red-eye" is a phenomenon in flash photography, whereby the central areas of a subject's eyes appear bright red in color pictures, and white in B/W pictures To substantially reduce the red-eye effect, the camera is equipped with a red-eye reduction lamp mechanism. When you press the shutter release button, the red-eye reduction lamp lights up for approximately 1 second before the main flash fires and the picture is taken This causes the subject's pupils to become smaller, reducing the red-eye effect. Red-eye reduction functions in any flash mode except flash-cancel mode. 53 How to use the red-eye reduction mode 1 @ Utilizacion de reduccion de ojo rojo 1 a O OQ Oil tlft W d \ Press the self-timer/red-eye reduction button until the "<§>" (red-eye reduction indicator) appears in the LCD panel. If the flash-cancel mark appears in the LCD panel, redeye reduction will not work. Lightly press the shutter release button and confirm that the flash ready-light is lit, then fully depress the button to take the picture. The red-eye reduction lamp lights up for approximately 1 second before the shutter is released; the picture is taken when the main flash fires. 2 2 3 3 If <§>} AUTO i I 1 --3J PUTO L <§}) i (OD) HED [v * J 54 [En] • Make sure you hold the camera steady and your subject keeps still during all Hash operations. To cancel the red-eye reduction mode, press the selftimer/red-eye reduction button until'the" <§>" (redeye reduction indicator) in the LCD panel disappears, then release the shutter once. M To achieve maximum red-eye reduction, please observe the following: • Subjects should look directly at the camera. €¢ Subjects with poor vision should wear corrective eyeglasses or contact lenses. €¢ For indoor shots, light up the room as much as possible • Select a wide-angle lens setting and stand close to your subject. Red-eye effect tends to be more pronounced with children and cannot be as effectively reduced. 56 Flash-cancel mode |En| Modo de cancelacion de flash Es To shoot without flash even in lighting conditions where the camera would automatically fire the flash: 1 Press the flash mode button until the" ® " (flash-cancel indicator) appears in the LCD panel Take the picture. 2 OQO O Aft N Vo ncc Urr "MODE —SEL ADJUST D T AE 2 Note: The shutter locks it the camera is closer than approx. [. . . ] Clean all lens surfaces, including the autofocus window, with a soft, clean cloth. 3 4 Battery power weakens in extremely low temperatures; use new batteries and keep the camera warm. Sudden extreme temperature changes may cause internal condensation that could damage the camera. 78 79 \En_ 5 6 If the camera malfunctions, take it to an authorized Nikon dealer or service center. [. . . ]

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