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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
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AF-Assist Iliuminator/ Self-timer/ Red-Eye Reduction lamp PP. 34
N60QD only: Data imprint LCD/buttons
1. ADJUST button : Push to adjust date/time.
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Shutter speed Flexible program (page 40) Flash sync mode (page 59) Battery power (page 15) Self-timer (page 55)
1. Film (page 19)
• At high temperatures of 60°C (140°F) or above, the display tums black, making it impossible to read . [. . . ] Camera shake can be reduced by using the self-timer (page 55) and tripod . Note that continuous exposure time is reduced when shooting in low temperatures.
Vari-Program Vari-Program gives you the option to choose from five different programs designed for specific picture-taking situations. see page 64.
Shooting with Vari-Program
Set the exposure mode dial to the desired Vari-Program , confirm focus indicator. in the viewfinder and shoot.
• The following warning indications appear in the viewfinder or LCD panel when the subject is too dark or bright. • L . :0: Use Speedlight.
Flexible Program (page 40) and exposure compensation (page 50) are canceled in Vari-Program. When using the flash in Vari -Program, the Flash Sync modes (page 59) automatically change according to each program selected .
. . :l. . : Portrait Program
Use this program whenever you are taking pictures of people. It uses a relatively large aperture (smaller f-number) and shallow depth of field to create a blurred background to accentuate your main subject. Recommended AF Nikkor lenses: 85mm to 200mm telephoto lenses with large maximum apertures.
Use this program whenever you 're taking a picture of a distant scene. It generally selects a smaller aperture to assure sharply focused landscape pictures. Recommended lenses: you can use the full range of lenses (wideangle to telephoto) to achieve different effects. • To avoid camera shake, use a tripod.
~'-: Close-Up Program
Use this program when you are taking pictures up close. It uses a larger aperture (smaller f-number) and a shallow depth of field to create a blurred background that accentuates your main subject. • To avoid camera shake, use a tripod .
~ : Sport Program
Use this program to freeze action. Recommended AF Nikkor lenses: 80mm to 300mm telephoto lenses
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• In "'. . ; Sport Program , focus detection continues as long as the shutter release button is lightly pressed . By fully depressing the shutter release button and holding it in, you can perform continuous shooting.
~: Night Scene Program
Use this program in the evening or at night. You can also use it with the flash when you want to include portraits in a night scene composition . Recommended lenses: you can use the fu ll range of lenses (wideangle to telephoto) to achieve different effects . • To avoid camera shake, use a tripod.
Ex osure Meterin
• The exposure metering system of this camera is normally set to Matrix Metering. It automatically switches to Center-Weighted Metering when the exposure mode is set to Manual or when the Auto Exposure Lock function (page 49) is used.
Matrix Metering/3D Matrix Metering
Matrix Metering provides correct exposure control using a sixsegment Matrix Sensor. With D-type AF Nikkor lenses, 3D Matrix Metering automatically activates to use scene brightness, scene contrast and subject distance information to ensure even more accurate exposure control. All exposure modes except Manual exposure and the Auto Exposure Lock function (page 49) employ Matrix Metering.
Center-Weighted Metering places special emphasis on brightness within the 12mm-diameter circ le in the viewfinder and is thus useful for basing exposure on a specific area of the scene. [. . . ] They will also allow you to receive important mailings and special offers from a number of fine companies whose products and services relatc directly to the specific interests. you will be able to obtain more information about activities in which you are involved and less about those in which you are not. 0 Please check here if you do not want to receive mailings and offers using your E-mail address.
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