User manual NIKON N5005 AF

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[. . . ] We hope you enjoy the Nikon N5005, and we're sure it will make photography a bigger part of your life. Get to know your N5005, but before using it, be sure to read this manual thoroughly. Nikon cannot be held responsible for malfunction resulting from the use of the camera other than as specified in this manual. The Nikon autofocus SLR system is designed based on the premise that any of its components, such as the F4 series, N8008s, N8008, N6006, NSOOS, N4004s, N2020, AF Nikkor lenses and Nikon accessories will be used integrally, with one another. AF Nikkor lenses electronically communicate all the necessary information required for perfect operation within current and future Nikon autofocus SLR systems. [. . . ] In this case, it will take longer for the ready-light come on because the flash automatically stops charging for a while. - When battery voltage decreases due to low temperature or weak batteries, the ready-light may turn off even after it lights up once. e When the built-in TIL flash is up, an accessory Speedlight will not fire. When using a Speed light, store the built-in TIL flash in the down position. e Before shooting, make sure your subject is within the flash shooting distance range. - Usable film speed range for the built-in TIL flash is ISO 25 to ISO 800. e For usable lenses, see page 61. Notes on selecting aperture In aperture-priority auto and manual exposure mode e The larger the aperture (the smaller the f-number) you select, the greater the maximum shooting distance, whereas the smaller the aperture (the larger the f-number), the less the maximum shooting distance. - When subject distance remains the same, as the aperture increases, the depth of field becomes smaller. In shutter-priority auto exposure mode e With a slower shutter speed, a smaller aperture is automatically selected, causing a shorter shooting distance range. e lf shutter speed remains the same, as background brightness increases, the aperture becomes smaller. To perform flash shooting in daytime, Nikon recommends that you switch io aperture-priority auto or manual exposure mode in order to select a wider aperture for greater flash shooting distance. 48 , 0 " Operation in programmed auto exposure mode 1. If subject brightness is insufficient, the viewfinder ready-light blinks to suggest that you use a flash. I 2. Press both flash lock-release buttons. The built-in TIL flash will pop up and automatically turn on. 49 3. Compose picture and lightly press shutter release button. • For controlled shutter speed/aperture, see table on page Make sure the subject is within the flash shooting distance range . Guide for flash shooting distance range (at ISO 100): For subjects backlit by the sun For outdoor subjects on sunny day For outdoor subjects on cloudy day or in shadows For indoor subjects 0. 6m -0. 8m (2. 0 ft. -2. 6 ft. ) 0. 6m-1. 5m (2. 0 ft. -4. 9 ft. ) 0. 7m-2. 1m (2. 3 ft. -6. 9 ft. ) 0. 7m-4. 3m (2. 3 ft. -14. 1 ft. ) 4. 62. The listed ranges should only be used as a guide. To choose desired flash shooting distance range, switch exposure mode to aperture-priority auto or manual. 50 - 5. Confirm ready-light is on, then fully depress shutter release button to take a shot with the flash . • With ready-light off, the flash is charging and shutter remains locked. If ready-light blinks for a few seconds after shooting: The flash has fired at its maximum output and light might be insufficient. Confirm shooting distance and, if necessary, move closer to subject, or switch exposure mode to aperture-priority auto to select a wider aperture. 51 Operation in shutter-priority auto exposure mode 1. I If subject brightness is insufficient, the viewfinder ready-light blinks to suggest that you use a flash. 2. Press both flash lock-release buttons. The built-in TIL flash will pop up and automatically turn on. 52 3. Compose picture and lightly press shutter release button. If - remains with a shutter speed of 1 sec. , background will be underexposed light up' 4. Guide for flash shooting distance range (at ISO 100): For subjects backlit by the sun 0. 6m-0. 8m (2. 0 ft. -2. 6 ft. ) at 1/125 sec. o lights up + or + 0 - or - 0 light up' For outdoor subjects on sunny day 0. 6m -1. 5m (2. 0 ft. [. . . ] The camera's meter may be used only within EV range of the exposure meter. For example, with the NSOOS, exposure metering range is from EV 0 to EV 19 at 180 100 with 111. 4 lens. Exposure control Programmed auto: Camera controls both shutter speed and aperture for correct exposure. 8hutter-priority auto: User selects shutter speed and camera chooses aperture for correct expoSure. 76 Aperture-priority auto: User selects aperture and camera chooses shutter speed for correct exposure. Manual: User select both shutter speed and aperture with the meter's recommendations for correct exposure. Guide number The number given to a flash bulb or electronic flash unit to indicate its power. A guide number may be quoted in meters or feet, and depends on the speed of the film being used. [. . . ]

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