User manual NIKON N65 / N65 QD

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[. . . ] Nikon > j) Jl > j) Jl ) ) n . . INSTRUCTION MANUAL i - . ~- ••••••••••• • Thank you for purchasing the Nikon N65/ N65QD-a camera that is sure to make photography a bigger part of your life. Get to know your N65/ N65QD camera, and be sure to read this manual thoroughly before using it We recommend that you keep this manual handy. Main features of the N65/N65QD: • Exposure mode dial makes operation simple and intuitive, so great pictures are a snap in every shooting situation. • The big , high-visibility LCD lets you check camera settings at a ' glance. • With 8 AUTO and Vari-Program modes, you don 't have to be a pro to take better pictures-just press the shutter release button. • 3D Matrix Metering can read atmosphere as well as brightness and contrast, for recording the scene in all its nuanced detail. • Wide-coverage Five-Area Dynamic AF system keeps subjects in clear focus and eliminates unintended blurring. [. . . ] and shoot. • To cancel Exposure Compensation, rotate the Command Dial while pressing the button to reset the compensation value to D. O. In Vari-Program, changing the exposure mode also cancels the Exposure Compensation , (Turning the power switch off does not cancel the Exposure Compensation, ) S 61 , . , ' . . . Rotate the Command Dial while 1 theset desired bracketing valueepressing Auto Exposure Bracketing button to (within ±2 EV without combining exposure compensation). The display changes as follows: ~~ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . n u. 5 +----+ ~~ Auto Exposure Bracketing allows you to shoot in selected compensated EV values (maximum of ±2 EV) shifting from the automatically set proper exposure (or selected exposure in Manual exposure mode) for three shots each time the shutter is released . For example, this is useful in selecting one shot out of several shots with bracketed exposures after processing the film, when the subject has pronounced contrast in shooting with color slide film and where the latitude of the proper exposure is minimal. L. I n I :J n f. U +----+ f. +----+ a: . U No display +-+ ~ 4 ~ ~~ 5 ~~ (cancel) (Multiple Exposure) • When the bracketing value is set (and while the exposure meter is on), lim appears and ~ blinks in the LCD panel, and ~ and electronic analog exposure display blink in the viewfinder. • Shutter speed and aperture in Auto-Multi Program , aperture in Shutter-Priority Auto and shutter speed in Aperture-Priority Auto and Manual exposure mode are bracketed . • In any of the exposure modes, Flash Exposure Bracketing and Auto Exposure Bracketing are simultaneously performed when a Speedlight is used . e • Compensated EV value and bracketing order Compensated EV value Electronic analog exposure display +2. 2411111 . . . 0, -0. 5, +0. 5 0, -1 . 0, +1. 0 0, -1 . 5, +1. 5 0, -2 . 0, +2. 0 62 ••••••••••••••••••••••• 2 Electronic analog exposure display First shot (correct EV) Compose picture, confirm focus indicator. and shoot. • Each time the shutter release button is depressed , correct EV, under EV, and over EV exposure are performed in that order while the blinking electronic analog exposure display shows the correct, under, then overexposure. Compensated shutter speed and aperture values are displayed during shooting. • If the Exposure Compensation function (page 61) is also set, bracketing will be combined with the Exposure Compensation values. It is useful to perform Bracketing with a compensated value of over +2 EV or under - 2 EV. • If the end of the film roll is reached during bracketing , the remaining shots can be taken after new film has been loaded . Also, if you turn the power switch off during bracketing, the remaining shots can be taken after the power is turned back on . Second shot (under EV) - - - - ': ': +2. 1. 0. 1. 2- ~ _1. '- 1111. . _--- ~ Third shot (over EV) 3 Auto Exposure Bracketing is completed and automatically canceled when the third shot is taken. • ~ and ml in the LCD panel and ~ and the electronic analog exposure display in the viewfinder disappear when the bracketing is completed. • To cancel the bracketing, rotate the Command Dial while pressing the" button so the display disappears from the LCD panel. Bracketing is not canceled by turning the power switch off. Check points • Auto Exposure Bracketing cannot be performed in 8 (AUTO mode) and VariProgram. • Auto Exposure Bracketing and Multiple Exposure (page 64) cannot be set simultaneously. • Auto Exposure Bracketing and Long Time exposure (page 60) cannot be set simultaneously. 63 ~----------- •••••••• e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Rotate the Command Dial while pressing the multiple exposure button so ~ appears in the LCD panel. The display changes as follows: ~~ Multiple Exposure consists of two or more exposures of one or more subjects in the same frame . U. "5 +---+ I. U +---+ . " ~ No display (cancel) ~~ ~~ +---+ ~ 'S I. ~ c: . U :J" 4 ~~ t Multiple Exposure • ~ appears in the LCD panel when the Multiple Exposure is set. 2 Rotate the Command Dial while pressing the , button to set the necessary Exposure Compensation . • Test shooting is recommended since the compensation actually required varies depending on the shooting situation . • When the background is completely dark and subjects do not overlap, no compensation is necessary for each shot. In particular, film advance becomes unstable at the beginning and near the end of a film roll so multiple exposure is not recommended . Standard compensation value in multiple exposure Number of exposures Compensation value Two -1. 0 EV Three -1 . 5 EV -2 . 0 EV Four -3. 0 EV Eight or nine Exposure Compensation is necessary depending on the number of exposures in multiple exposure since more than one image is exposed in the same frame. 64 ••••••••••••••••••••••• 3 Compose picture, confirm focus indicator. [. . . ] 0. 5m-3m or 1. 6-9. 8 ft. ) • Detection range: EV -1 to EV 19 (ISO 100, at normal temperature) AF: Auto-Servo AF: camera automatically chooses Single Servo AF or Continuous Servo AF operation according to the subject status, i. e. • Single Servo AF (focus is locked when the subject is in-focus) • Continuous Servo AF (camera continues to focus on a moving subject) Focus Tracking with Lock-On rr>1 automatically activated by subject's status M: Manual focus One of five focus areas can be selected • Dynamic AF Mode with Closest-Subject Priority • Dynamic AF Mode • Single Area with M focus mode TIL full-aperture exposure metering system Three metering systems selectable (limitations with lens used) • 3D six-segment Matrix Metering: with 0- or G-type AF Nikkor • Six-segment Matrix Metering: with AF Nikkor other than 0- or Gtype (except AF Nikkor for F3AF and IX-Nikkor), AI-P Nikkor • Center-Weighted Metering: automatically selected with Manual exposure mode EV 1-20 3D Matrix Metering: Center-Weighted Metering: EV 1-20 (at normal temperature, ISO 100, f/1. 4 lens) CPU ~osure Lens servo Focus area Focus Area mode Metering system Metering range Exposure meter coupling Exposure Compensation Auto Exposure Bracketing Film speed setting compensated in ±2 EV range, in 1/2 steps (except in M or Bracketing range: ±2 EV; number of ~ots: three; bracketing steps: 0. 5, 1, 1. 5 or 2 EV (except in or Vari-Program) • Automatically set to ISO film speed of OX-coded film in use (manual not selectable) • Film speed range: OX: ISO 25-5000, automatically set to ISO 100 with non-OX-coded film 107 ••••• Shutter Shutter speeds Electronically controlled vertical-travel focal-plane shutter • In I 8 , ::r, ~ , , , '!'. . , ~"", Q" 1l!I, P, A: Automatically set between 30 and 1/2 000 sec. (in 1/2 steps), Time Sync contact Built-in Speedlight X-contact only; flash synchronization up to 1/ 90 sec. ~ , ~ , ~Q" ~ Automatically activated • In 8 , • In P, S, A, M: Activated by pressing flash lock-release button Guide number: 12/40 (at ISO 100, m/ft. ); flash coverage: 28mm or longer lens; film speed range: ISO 25 to ISO 800 Controlled by TIL Sensor • Matrix Balanced Fill -Flash: built-in Speedlight or optional Speedlight and CPU Nikkor lens (except in Manual exposure mode) • Standard TIL: in Manual exposure mode • Film speed range in TIL auto flash: ISO 25 to 800 Front-Curtain Sync (normal sync), Slow Sync, Rear-Curtain Sync, Red-Eye Reduction, Red-Eye Reduction with Slow Sync, Flash Cancel • Flash fully charged: ready-ligh lights • Full output warning : ready-light blinks Blinks when the subject is dark or backlit and Speedlight is recommended in P, S, A and M Standard ISO-type hot-shoe contact (sync contact, ready-light contact, TIL Auto Flash contact, monitor contact, GNO), safety lock provided Electronically controlled; timer duration: 10 sec. 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