User manual NIKON PC-E NIKKOR 24MM F-3.5D ED
Lastmanuals offers a socially driven service of sharing, storing and searching manuals related to use of hardware and software : user guide, owner's manual, quick start guide, technical datasheets... DON'T FORGET : ALWAYS READ THE USER GUIDE BEFORE BUYING !!!
If this document matches the user guide, instructions manual or user manual, feature sets, schematics you are looking for, download it now. Lastmanuals provides you a fast and easy access to the user manual NIKON PC-E NIKKOR 24MM F-3.5D ED. We hope that this NIKON PC-E NIKKOR 24MM F-3.5D ED user guide will be useful to you.
Lastmanuals help download the user guide NIKON PC-E NIKKOR 24MM F-3.5D ED.
Manual abstract: user guide NIKON PC-E NIKKOR 24MM F-3.5D ED
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] Aperture index @ Tilt knob # Tilt scale $ Revolving index % Mounting index ^ Lens mount rubber gasket & CPU contacts * Aperture stop-down button ( Shift knob ) Shift scale q Revolving lever w Shift lock release knob e Tilt lock release knob This is a retrofocus-type perspective control (PC) lens that lets you emphasize or correct near and far perspective, or control depth of field. Moreover, you can use the lens' tilt and shift mechanism to achieve focus of the entire subject plane when it is not parallel to the camera. When it is mounted on a Nikon D3, D700 or D300 camera, the user can use all exposure modes to take images without operating the aperture stop-down button. More accurate exposure control is possible when this is mounted on a Nikon camera with 3D Color Matrix Metering capability, because subject distance information is transferred from the lens to the camera body (without tilting and/or shifting) (with maximum aperture while mounted on cameras). [. . . ] When using the camera's command dial, set the aperture to minimum aperture lock (L) (Fig. With P or S mode, set the aperture using the camera's command dial. When using other Nikon cameras 5" (maximum aperture), and set the shutter speed for correct exposure. D Set the desired aperture by rotating the aperture ring and shift the shutter speed by the same number of changed steps. Set the aperture with the lens' aperture ring even on a camera that requires aperture to be set via its command dial. With a camera that has the custom setting menu "aperture setting with lens' aperture ring, " this setting is not required. Camera's command dial and read the aperture value displayed in the camera's LCD panel or selected aperture ring value. When using a camera other than the D3, D700 or D300, set the aperture with the lens' aperture ring even on a camera that requires aperture to be set via its command dial. With a camera that has the custom setting menu "aperture setting with lens' aperture ring, " this setting is not required. ) To counteract this, close the aperture (choose a larger f-number), or compensate the exposure before shooting. Determining correct exposure with shift and/or tilt use requires experience. We recommend that you take a series of test shots until you feel comfortable with the operation. When the lens is mounted to a camera other than the D3, shift and/or tilt the lens with care. Failure to do so, may result in your fingers being nipped between the lens and the camera body, or the lens scratching the camera body. 7 When the shift knob is rotated, the lens is shifted horizontally (or vertically, when the lens is revolved) parallel to the camera body (±11. By shifting, you can recompose the frame of the shot without moving the camera. This lets you correct the perspective distortion of the subject or exclude unwanted objects from appearing in front of the main subject (p. After shifting, tighten the shift lock release knob to fix the lens' shift position. Note: When shifting the lens, be careful not to pinch your fingers between the lens and the grip of the camera body. By rotating the tilt knob, the lens is tilted up and down (or right and left, when the lens is revolved) ±8. By tilting, you can obtain clear focus of the entire subject plane when it is not parallel to the camera or can focus small areas of the subject which are parallel to the camera (p. After tilting, tighten the tilt lock release knob to fix the lens' tilt position. [. . . ] With shifting (Photo F): To exclude such objects from disrupting the scene, move the camera horizontally at a position where the unwanted object will not be in the frame, then shift the lens left. Med skiftning (foto F): För att ta bort sådana föremål så att de inte förstör motivet, flytta kameran horisontellt till en position där det oönskade föremålet inte finns med i motivet, skifta sedan objektivet till vänster. Achieve focus on the entire subject plane when it is not parallel to the camera · Without tilting (Photo G): When the subject plane is not parallel to the camera, focus cannot be achieved throughout the entire subject plane. With tilting (Photo H): Tilt the lens down to take a photo in which the entire subject plane is in focus. [. . . ]
DISCLAIMER TO DOWNLOAD THE USER GUIDE NIKON PC-E NIKKOR 24MM F-3.5D ED
Lastmanuals offers a socially driven service of sharing, storing and searching manuals related to use of hardware and software : user guide, owner's manual, quick start guide, technical datasheets...
In any way can't Lastmanuals be held responsible if the document you are looking for is not available, incomplete, in a different language than yours, or if the model or language do not match the description. Lastmanuals, for instance, does not offer a translation service.
Click on "Download the user Manual" at the end of this Contract if you accept its terms, the downloading of the manual NIKON PC-E NIKKOR 24MM F-3.5D ED will begin.