Nikon Autofocus N70 user manual

User manual for the device Nikon Autofocus N70

Device: Nikon Autofocus N70
Size: 27,02 MB
Date of adding : 2013-04-14 15:21:55
Number of pages: 128
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CONTENTS FOREWORD ........ ................................... .. ............... ................ 4 EXPOSURE MODE ...... .. ..... ..... ...... .... .. ........ .. .... .... ....... .... ... 46-60 NOMENCLATURE .. ....... ..... .. .. ..................... .. ... .. ... 5- 11 SELECTING EXPOSURE MODE ........... .. ...... .. .............. 46-49 BASIC OPERATION .......... .. .. .......... ..... .................... 12-25 SETTING EXPOSURE MODE ..................... ........................ 50 MO

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SELF-TIMER OPERATION ...... ........................ .......................... 83 EV CHARTS FOR FLASH PHOTOGRAPHy ................................ 102 LONG TIME EXPOSURE-Using I:,,_,t b setting ......................... 84 MiSCELLANEOUS ................................................. 103-127 FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY ........................................ 85-1 02 LENSES .... .. .............................................. .. ........ , ....... , 104-106 USING BUILT-IN FLASH ...... ... .. .. ..

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FOREWORD Thank you for purchasing the new Nikon N70 camera. Although the N70 offers many exciting features, it is easy to operate. The N70's Command Control Input System enables you to set camera function and shooting mode by just pressing buttons that are color-coordinated with their corresponding images in the large LCD. With the built-in flash, which offers many advanced functions including 3D Multi­ Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash, you will enjoy advanced flash photography and make better

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NOMENCLATURE Once you know the names of the parts of your new Nikon N70, as well as their functions and the camera's other controls, you will be surprised how simple and logical the N70's operation can be. 5

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CD Focusing ring: Used for manual focus (pp. 40-42) @ Aperture ring ® Focus mode selector: AF for Autofocus (pp. 31-37); M for @ Self-timer indicator LED (p. 83) Manual focus (pp. 40-42) @ Shutter release button @ Lens release button @ Power switch @ Remote terminal: For optional Nikon Remote Cord @ Vari-Program symbols MC-12B @ Vari-Program (Ps)/film rewind button (pp. 62-67 for Vari- ® Flash lock-release button Program) ® Camera strap eyelet @ Focus area button (pp. 29-30) CD OR call (O

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LCD panel indications CD Quick Recall function @ Function Area indicator @ Shutter speed @ Auto Exposure Bracketing/Flash Exposure Bracketing' @ Vari-Program set indicator @ Exposure compensation/Flash Output Level Compensation' @ Aperture @ Flash sync mode' @ Metering system' ® Film loading ® Battery @ Exposure mode'/Flexible Program (J) Film advance/rewind @ Focus mode' ® Focus area @ Film advance mode' @ Film speed setting mode' ® Frame counter/ISO speed/self-timer duration/ compe

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Viewfinder indication Turning the camera power on or lightly pressing shutter release CD Flash ready-light (red) expected to be in focus. button to activate the exposure Blinking . • indicates autofocus is @ Flash recommend light (green) meter switches on the viewfinder @ 3mm-dia. reference circle for Spot impossible. illuminator. When the camera's Metering/Spot Area AF • and . arrows indicate front and rear power is turned off or when the @ Wide Area focus brackets focus, respective

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, ____ ~;;:;;;:;;;:;;;:;~- Function Zone N70's Command Input Control System Using FUNCTION and SET/~ buttons plus command dial, set desired functions/modes indicated in LCD panel Function 1 Turn on the camera. Zone. The Function Zone contains eight Function Areas­ Film Speed Setting Mode Area, Film Advance Mode Area, Focus Mode Area, Exposure Mode Area, Metering System Area, Flash Sync Mode Area, Exposure Compensation/Flash Output Level Compensation Area, and Auto Exposure Bracketing/Fla

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+ Press and hold FUNCTION button. The Function Area While holding FUNCTION button, rotate command dial indicator appears in the last selected area and the symbol 3 until the Function Area indicator appears in the desired 2 in the area starts blinking. area and the symbol in the area blinks. + While holding SETI~ button, rotate command dial until your Remove finger from SET/~ button to complete the 5 desired symbol appears. 6 setting. 11

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BASIC OPERATION This section shows you how to prepare the camera for shooting­ e.g., how to mount lens, load film, etc.-as well as how to actually take pictures: Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned photo­ grapher, you should master this section before proceeding further. 12

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MOUNTING LENS Position lens in the camera's To remove 2 bayonet mount so that the Push and hold lens release button and mounting indexes on lens and camera tum lens clockwise. body are aligned. Taking care not to press lens release button, twist lens counterclockwise until it locks into place. Remove camera body cap and front 1 and rear lens caps. • When mounting/removing lens, make sure that the camera's power is tumed off and avoid direct sunlight. • See page 104 for Nikon lens com

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INSTALLING BATTERIES Insert two CR123A lithium batteries Close the cover by pushing until it with "+" and "-" ends positioned as 2 3 clicks. illustrated inside the cover. Make sure the power switch is set 1 at OFF position, then open battery chamber cover by sliding the lock release. 14

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CHECKING BATTERY POWER Slide power switch to ON position, and confirm that a full battery mark ( ~ ) appears on LCD panel, indicating About exposure meter sufficient battery power, The battery mark and exposure You can check battery power anytime by lightly pressing indications automatically tum off after 8 sec, shutter release button, This action activates the If ~ blinks: Batteries are nearing exhaustion, Have a fresh exposure meter; LCD panel and viewfinder LCD show set ready, apertur

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LOADING FILM The loading film procedure on pages 16 to 17 shows how to load film with auto film speed setting for OX­ coded films. • To avoid fogging film (especially high-ISO film), do not load/unload film in direct sunlight. • Usable film speed range for OX-coded film is ISO 25 to 5000 . • For non-OX coded film, see p. 27. Confirm whether OX for OX-coded film is shown on LCD 1 panel. • If not, set auto film speed setting mode by using FUNCTION button, SET/~ button and command dial (

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00 00000000000 z sf Do not touch shutter curtains with your finger or with film leader. Slide camera back lock release Install film. Insert the film cartridge 2 down to open camera back. 3 by placing the cartridge spindle on the fork at the bottom of the film cartridge chamber. Pull film leader out to red index 5 Check to ensure film is properly positioned with no slack (see illustration). 4 mark. 17

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Gently close camera back until lock Fully depress shutter release button to advance film to frame #1 . Confirm frame 6 release snaps closed. 7 counter shows : and (!) _ symbol appears on LCD panel. • If film is incorrectly positioned, E remains, (!) _ symbol blinks and shutter is locked. Open camera back and reload film properly. • If non-OX-coded film or film with an unacceptab,e OX code is loaded, the Err, ISO and ID3 marks in LCD panel blink and the shutter is locked. Set ISO speed manua

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BASIC SHOOTING This section features the settings for most common picture-taking situations when AF Nikkor (including AF-SIAF-I Nikkor) lenses are used: Film advance mode: single-frame shooting [l[] Metering: Matrix Metering !WI Focus Area: Wide [GJ Focus mode: Single Servo AF A F-S Exposure mode: Auto-Multi Program P • IF you are using AI-P-Nikkor lens, use manual focus (see pp. 40-42). If you are using other non-AF Nikkor Set focus mode selector to AF for Set lens to its minimum

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+ Hold the OUT button and rotate command dial until :J appears 3 in the QR (Quick Recall) window on LCD panel. Remove your finger from the OUT button. The camera's settings are automatically reset to factory initial settings (as shown below) for basIc shooting: Film advance mode: Single frame (m) Focus area: Wide (,,) Focus mode Single Servo AF (A F-S) For details about each function/mode, see following Metering system: Matrix (fWJ) pages: Exposure mode p.28 • Film advance mode (in

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