User manual NIKON SB-102 OS
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[. . . ] Nikon
NOMENCLATURE_ _ _ _ _ __
CD Synchro socket index
Flash head positioning index @ Joint plate
i ion mark @ i ion mark (@I
(J) Sensor socket
® Synchro socket cover
@ Snp, erllinlht
® Camera plug and locking ring
@ Sensor holder socket
Grip O-rings and lubricant @
@ Sensor holder positioning pin
@ Bracket slot
@ Bracket screw
Arm knob @
@ Buckle lock/release latch
Battery chamber cap index @
Target -light holder
calculation dial sc rew
® Exposure calculation dial
Exposure calculation dial
® Distance scale
scale mode selector
@ Distance lines
@ Non-TTL auto shooting aperture scale @ Non-TTL auto shooting aperture index
CONTENTS _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
NOMENCLATURE . 35
Speedlight Case SS·101
FOREWORD_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
The Nikonos 8peedlight 88-102 , an amphibious highperformance electronic flash unit with a sil icon-controlled rectifier and series circuitry, is designed for use with the Nikonos-V, Nikonos IV-A, and Nikonos III. The 88-102 can be submerged to a depth of 50 meters (160 feet) and withstand pressure of up to 6kg/cm 2 (85 Ib/in 2) , enabling it to be used in environments where regular speedl ights could not be taken . In combination with the Nikonos-V, the 88-102 features automatic through-the -Iens (TTL) flash exposure control. [. . . ] When the speedlight plug is inserted, turn its locking ring clockwise as far as it will go to secure the plug . Never submerge the speedlight in water with the synchro socket cover removed or get the sync cord plugs wet. Always make sure either the synchro socket cover or the sync cord plugs are securely attached before entering the water. After shooting underwater, wipe off any water droplets with a soft cloth before removing the plug to prevent water from entering the socket. Whenever the sync cord is not being used or the speedlight is bei ng washed with the sync cord removed from the synchro socket, attach the synchro socket cover to protect the socket. To attach the socket cover press it against the socket to seat the O-ring , then turn the locking ring clockwise as far as it will go.
• To simplify identification, both the tip of the sync cord's speedlight plug and the inside of the synchro socket are color· coded yellow.
Sensor Socket (])
To connect the sensor cord to the speedlight for nonTTL automatic flash control , remove the sensor socket cover @ by turning it counterclockwise and pulling it up. Remove the dust-proof plastic cap from the sensor cord 's speedlight plug (black). Insert the speedlight plug into the sensor socket after aligning the sensor socket index @ with the red index on the speedlight plug. When the speedlight plug is inserted, turn its locking ring clockwise as far as it will go to secure the plug. Never submerge the speedlight in water with the sensor socket cover removed or get the sensor cord plugs wet. Always make sure either the sensor socket cover or the sensor cord plugs are securely attached before entering the water. After shooting underwater, wipe off any water droplets with a soft cloth before removing the plug to prevent water from entering the socket. Whenever the sensor cord is not being used or the speedlight is being washed with the sensor cord removed from the sensor socket , attach the sensor socket cover to protect the socket. To attach the socket cover, press it against the socket to seat the O-ring, then turn the locking ring clockwise as far as it will go.
• To simplifty identification, both the tip of the sensor cord 's speedlight plug and the inside of the sensor socket are color-coded black.
CONTROLS IN DETAIL-continued _ _ __
Sensor Unit SU-101 (Optional)
In combination with the optional Sensor Unit SU-101, the S8-102 provides non-TTL automatic flash exposure control. With the S8-102 's shooting mode selector switch ® at "AUTO, " the Sensor Unit SU-101 reads the light reflected back from the subject while the speedlight is firing and tells the speedlight to turn itself off when the light output is sufficient for correct exposure. The selector dial on the back of the SU-101 allows one of two aperture settings to be selected. However, when a plastic frame finder or optical underwater viewfinder is mounted on the camera's accessory shoe, the optional sensor holder is used to attach the Sensor Unit SU-101 to the speedlight bracket.
Mounting the SU·101 on the camera : Turn the sensor unit's locking wheel counterclockwise as far as it will go, slip the unit 's mounting foot into the camera's accessory shoe, and turn the locking wheel clockwise to tighten it. Mounting the SU·101 on the bracket: Insert the sensor holder positioning pin @ on the bracket into the sensor holder, then screw the sensor holder's screw into the sensor holder socket @ on the bracket. To attach the SU -101 to the sensor holder, follow the same procedures as when attaching the SU-101 to the camera 's accessory shoe . Operating the SU·101: The two-position selector dial on the back of the sensor unit must be set according to the instructions in Step B·6 (page 15). To obtain the correct exposure , position the sensor as close to the lens as possible .
• For more information about non-TTL automatic operation, see page 24.
The shutter speed at which the S8-102 synchronizes with a camera depends upon the camera being used. 80th the Nikonos -V and Nikonos IV-A cameras automatically switch to the proper synchronization speed when the S8 -102 's power switch is turned on ; when the switch is turned off, the automatic switchover function is canceled . [. . . ] Polarity When installing batteries, observe the voltage polarities carefully. Reversal of the positive (+ ) and negative (-) terminals will result in leakage. If leakage shou ld occur, clean the SB-102 carefully or take it to an authorized Nikon dealer or service center. The SB-102 requires an excessive current , so th e life span of the batteries may be shorter than other speedlights. [. . . ]
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