User manual NIKON SB-10
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] To obtain the best results from this unit, read this instruction manual carefully before use. Keep this booklet handy for quick reference until you have fully mastered operation. A few minutes of preparation will help you avoid costly mistakes.
Install ing the Batteries Power is supplied by four 1. 5V AA-type batteries. [. . . ] The built-in hot shoe contact eliminates the need for a sync cord.
With the N ikon F2-series camera, a bu i It-in selector mechanism controls the speedlight sync adjustment automatical ly as you change shutter speeds: simply rotate the shutter-speed dial to the desired setting slower than 1/ 80 sec . A hot-shoe contact built into the mounting foot of the 58-10 eliminates the need for a sync cord, although the unit requires the Flash Unit Coupler AS-' for use with F2-series cameras .
With the Nikon F, the sync selector is used to adjust the camera for use with speed lights. Then Iift and turn the knurled sync se lector ring around the shutter-speed dial of the camera until the FX mark appears in the se lector window. (The Photomic FTN finder must be removed to gain access to t he sync selector ring. ) A hot-shoe contact built into the mounting foot of the 58-10 eliminates the need for a sync cord, a lthough the unit requires the Flash Unit Coup ler AS-1 for use with the Nikon F.
R 10 and R8 Super Zoom Flash synchronization is possible only with single-frame shooting. Automatic exposure control can be made within the specified distance range. With the R10, depress the lock release button and turn the running speed control dial until the "SF" (Single Frame) mark clicks into place opposite the white index. Then fully open the angle of the shutter blade opening by depressing the shutter blade opening control and turning it clockwise.
With the R8, first set the camera at 18 fps, and slide the changeover switch toward the "5" (Single frame) mark. Then fully open the angle of the shutter blade opening by depressing the shutter blade opening control and turning it clockwise . Note that the fully charged SB-10 may fire when mounting it onto the- accessory shoe of either R10 or R8. To avoid this, insert the Sync Cord SC-7 in the sync socket on the speedlight unit before mounting it on the cine camera.
AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE OPERATION
The S8-1O co ntrol s the amount of Iight o utput depending o n the flash-to-subject distance. The further away the subject is, the more li ght it em its; the closer the subject, the less it emits. Exposure Calculator The ex posure calculator helps you to select the usab le range of f/ numbers for t he speed of th e film you are using and t he effect ive distance range. Each of the f/ numbers determines the max imum di stance range the auto ex posure can control. The minimum dist ance rem a in s O. 6m (2 ft) rega rdl ess of the f/ number. With the distan ce unch anged, the smal ler t he f/ number (the larger the aperture), t he shor ter the flash duration. Of course, the range of u sab le f/numbers changes with the film speed while the distance range rema in s t he same for all speeds .
First, position the speed of the film (ASA number) opposite the white delta by t urning t he knurled rim of t he calculator . Lines betwee n the numbers on the fi lm-speed scale represent in ter med iate sett ings such as 32, 64, etc. , as illu strate d . Note the f/ numbe rs oppos ite the orange and blue indi cator blocks respectively as the max imum distance range is ind icated in both meters and feet opposite each co lo red block. [. . . ] Flash Unit Coupler AS-1 Adapts the 5B-1O to the Nikon F2 and F~series cameras. Has a hot-shoe contact which eliminates the need for a sync cord .
• Please use only Nikon Sync Cords (SC-5, 6, 7), as others may damage this speed light. SC-5
Wide-Flash Adapter 5W-2 Clips easily over the reflector of the 5B-1O to increase the angle of flash from the normal 56° to 67 ° when positioned horizontally and from 40° to 48° when positioned vertically . [. . . ]
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