User manual NIKON N80 / N80 QD

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[. . . ] Nikon N80 N80QD INSTRUCTION MANUAL 1#"_ Nomenclature Lens release button Exposure mode (P. 50)!68)/ AF assist illuminator (P. 43)/ Red-Eye Reduction I Film advance mode selector (P. 66) Viewfinder Rubber AE-UAF-L (Auto Exposure[P'S8)1 Autofocus Lock [Po 44)) button Metering system selector (P. The camera back of the N80 differs from the N80QD. Supplied accessories Body cap (P. [. . . ] 1. [§J ::: Auto Exposure Lock can be set to be activated by lightly pressing the shutter release button (page 72). Auto Exposure Lock can be set to remain after you remove your finger from the. button is pressed again (page 73). 59 Exposure Compensation • To modify exposure control (i. e. This can be useful when intentionally achieving under- or overexposure. Exposure compensation can be performed in any exposure mode. (However in Manual exposure mode, only t he electronic analog display changes-selected shutter speed and aperture do not change. ) Set exposure rotating the 1 Command Dialcompensation bythe m buttonMain- the while pressing until Electronic analog ex posure display desired compensation value appears (-3 EV to +3 EV in 1/2 steps). . e'G +2 EV compensation • When the exposure compensation is set, ~ appears in the LCD panel and viewfinder. The Electronic analog exposure display also appears in the viewfinder. • Electronic analog exposure display indicates the ex posure compensation value and blinks. • Normally, you should compensate exposure to the + side when the background is brighter than your main subject, or to the - side when the background is darker. • See page 85 for flash exposure compensation where only the flash output level is compensated . a 2 Compose picture, focus and ShO, o_t_. _ _ _ -=--_ _ _--. . 60 • To cancel exposure compensation, rotate the Main-Command Dial while pressing the 0 button to reset the compensation value to 0. 0, Alternately, you can perform Two-Button Reset (page 76), {Turning the power switch off does not cancel the exposure compensation function . ) Auto Exposure Bracketing • Auto Exposure Bracketing allow you to shoot in selected compensated EV value (maximum of ±2 EV) shifting from the automatically set proper exposure (or selected exposure in Manual exposure mode) for a selected number of shots (two or three) 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. Auto Exposure Bracketing can be performed in any exposure mode. Rotate the Main-Command Dial while pressing the 1 Auto Exposure Bracketing om button so mrtJ appears in the LCD panel. • When m:tJ appears, ~ starts blinking. • Shutter speed and aperture in Auto-Multi Program, aperture in ShutterPriority Auto and shutter speed in Aperture-Priority Auto and Manual exposure mode differ. • In any of the exposure modes, Flash Exposure Bracketing and Auto Exposure Bracketing are simultaneously performed when a Speedlight is used. I the number of shots and compensated EV value 2 Setrotating the Sub-Command Dial while pressing the by Auto Exposure Bracketing om button . • See the table on the next page for the combinations of the number of shots and compensated EV value. 61 Auto Exposure Bracketing-continued • Rotating the Sub-Command Dial while pressing the Auto Exposure Bracketing button Cl!:il changes the setting as follows : Number of shots and compensated EV value Bracketing bar graphs Bracketing order 0, -D. 5, +0. 5 3F 3F 3F 3F +2F +2F +2F +2F --2F --2F --2F --2F ~ 0. 5 I . U , n :. 5 c. O 0. 5 I. U , n 1. 5 2D 0. 5 I. U +41. +4"+41. +41. +41 +41 +41 +41 , n :. 5 2. 0 . . 1. . . 1. - 0, -1. 0, +1 . 0 0, -1 . 5, +1. 5 0, -2 . 0, +2 . 0 0, +0. 5 0, +1. 0 0, +1. 5 0, +2. 0 0, -0. 5 0, -1 . 0 0, -1 . 5 0, -2. 0 3 Compose picture, focus and shoot. 3: Bracketing order can be set to change from negative EV value to positive EV value (page 71). • Compensated shutter speed and aperture values are displayed during shooting. • To cancel the Bracketing, rotate the Main-Command Dial while pressing the Cl!:il button so Iil:tJ disappears from the LCD panel or perform Two-Button Reset (page 76). The number of shots and compensated EV values previously selected will remain when they are canceled with the MainCommand Dial, and they automatically reset to " 3F 0. 5" when the TwoButton Reset is performed. • If the exposure compensation function (page 60) or flash exposure compensation (page 85) 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 EIJ. • With film advance mode in ~ (continuous shooting), fully depress and hold the shutter release button until the set number of shots has been taken and film advance stops automatically. • 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 . [. . . ] with flash), the same operation follows for the next shot. Duration of Long Time (Bulb) exposure Temperature ~ ry Two 3V lithium Approx. 6 hours +20°C (68°F) Tripod socket 1/ 4 (IS01222) 108 Custom Setting 18 Custom Setting menus are available (1) Automatic film rewind at the end of film roll (2) Reset to DX film speed setting for new film (3) Bracketing order (4) On-Demand Grid Lines superimposition display (5) Illumination for superimposition (6) Focus area selection (7) Auto Exposure Lock when shutter release button is lightly pressed (8) Auto film loading when camera back is closed (9) Closest-subject-priority Dynamic AF in Single Servo AF (10) Closest-subject-priority Dynamic AF in Continuous Servo AF (11) AE-UAF-L button (12) Command Dial functions (13) Film rewind (14) Multiple exposure (15) Time delay for auto meter-switch-off (16) Self-timer duration (17) LCD illuminates by pressing any function button (18) AF-Assist Illuminator activation Pressi ng the @3J and €I buttons simultaneously and holding them for more than 2 sec. resets various settings to their original initial settings (with some exceptions) N80: Approx. 520g (18. 3 oz. ) Battery Pack MB-16, Soft case CF-59/60 ] c J! = &: . . . Two-Button Reset . !. - Dimensions ryv x H x D) Weight (without batteries) Optional exclusive accessories All specifications apply when fresh batteries are used (20°C/68°F). at normal temperature Specifications and design are subject to change without notice. 109 I A Index D Depth of field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [. . . ]

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