Nikon Camera N90 user manual

User manual for the device Nikon Camera N90

Device: Nikon Camera N90
Size: 30,85 MB
Date of adding : 2013-04-14 15:21:55
Number of pages: 148
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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CONTENTS FOREWORD ............................................. .. ........ .. .................. .4 OPERATION IN SHUTIER-PRIORITY AUTO NOMENCLATURE ....................................................... 5-10 EXPOSURE MODE ........................... .. .. ................... 56-59 BASIC OPERATION ................. . ... ...... ............. 11 -26 OPERATION IN APERTURE-PRIORITY AUTO MOUNTING THE LENS ............... .. ........................... .... .. ........ .. 12 EXPOSURE MODE ......

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LONG TIME EXPOSURE-Using bul b setting .................. 98-99 (for use with SB-25 only) .. .. .. ..... ........................... ... 124-125 TO USE NON-DX-CODED FILM .. .. ..................... ..................... 1 00 NOTES ON FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY .. ............ .. .. .. ..................... 126 INTERCHANGING FOCUSING SCREENS .. ......................... 1 01-1 02 EV CHART FOR FLASH PHOTOGRAPHy .................................. 127 LENSES ........................ .. ... .. ...... .....

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FOREWORD Thank you for choosing the new Nikon N90 camera. It's a high-performance camera that offers today's newest and most advanced capabilities, all designed to enable you to take more exciting pictures. Because the N90 camera has a host of new features, many of which you may not be familiar with, before actually taking pictures you should thoroughly read the instruction manuals provided, including the "PHOTOGRAPHIC SYSTEM" leaflet. These will help you understand the technical terminol

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NOMENCLATURE Once you know the names of the parts of your new Nikon N90, as well as their functions and the camera's other controls, you will be surprised how simple and logical the N90 system's operation can be. 5

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LCD panel (p. 9) Accessory shoe: For Nikon dedicated Speedlights. The rear edge of the shoe indicates film plane. Exact distance from lens mounting flange to film plane is 46.5mm. Shutter release button: To activate exposure meter and Sync terminal autofocus function, lightly press; to release shutter, 10-pin remote terminal: depress fully; exposure For Electronic Organizer meter automatically Connecting Cord MC-27, switches off after 8 sec. Remote Cord MC-20, Self-timer indicat

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Eyepiece shutter lever: Used to pre­ vent stray light from entering viewfinder. AE-L (Auto Exposure Lock) lever: Sliding and holding Viewfinder/LCD panel lever in locks auto exposure. illumination button: Press to illuminate Vari-Program list viewfinder and LCD panel, useful in dim light. Illumination Battery holder automatically switches MS-8 off 8 sec. after you remove your finger from button. Camera strap eyelet Tripod socket Camera back lock releases: To open camera back,

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Metering system (:·:)button': Reset button: Press and hold this See page 32. button and exposure compensation/ reset button together for instant reset Film rewind button of basic camera settings (p. 20) Exposure compensation/ Exposure mode (MODE) button' : reset button (. ~)' : See See page 54. pages 20 and 92. Vari-Program (ps) button' : See pages 70-71 . Power switch: 0'11 setting activates electronic beeper (pp. 14-15). Flash sync mode (~) button': See pages 121,123 and 125.

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Viewfinder indication 2 3 4 1. Wide-Area focus brackets 7. Exposure mode 2. 12mm-dia. reference circle for Center­ 8. Shutterspeed Lightly pressing the shutter release Weighted Metering 9. Aperture button to turn on the exposure 3. 3mm dia. reference circle for Spot 10. Electronic analog display meter switches on the viewfnder Metering/Spot-Area focus 11. Frame counterNari­ illuminator at a low light level. 4. Clear matte field Program/compensation value In dim light, when the exposu

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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 photographer, you should master this section before proceeding further. 11

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MOUNTING THE LENS Position the 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 turn lens clockwise. body are aligned. Taking care not to press the 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 turned off and avoid direct sunlight. • See page 104 for

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INSTALLING BATTERIES • Make sure the power switch is set at OFF position . • NiCd batteries that have "+" terminals exceeding 6mm in diameter cannot be used. • Manganese batteries are not recommended for use at low temperatures. • See page 133 for "NOTES ON BATTERIES." Loosen battery holder lock screw 2 Remove battery holder. 1 with a coin or similar object. Install four AA-type alkaline­ Retum battery holder to battery Press holder into place as you 3 manganese, NiCd or high­ 4 ch

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CHECKING BATTERY POWER About exposure meter You can check battery power anytime by lightly pressing the shutter release button. This action activates the exposure meter; the LCD panel and viewfinder LCD show aperture/shutter speed indications, and autofocus operation starts (unless camera is set for manual focusing). The exposure indications and battery mark stay on for approx. 8 sec. after you take your finger off the shutter release button, then automatically turn off. If the shutter

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Data Link System About electronic beeper users With the power switch set to 0'1) ,the beeper • You have loaded a non-OX film or film with You can use the a damaged or unacceptable OX code for is on. Two types of sound are emitted: a Electronic Organizer OX setting. auto double-beep which indicates in-focus to cancel the double­ • Camera detects an abnormality such as position, and continuous beeping which is beep alert for in-focus tom or damaged film during film advance. either a

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LOADING FILM • 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. 100. Confirm whether [jJJ for OX-coded film is shown on the 1 LCD panel. Data Link System users You can set the camera to OX-priority. For details, see AC-1 E card instruction manual. If not, press and hold ISO button in, then rotate command dial until [jJJ appears. 16

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Do not touch the shutter curtains with your finger or with film leader. Slide camera back lock releases 3 Insert film cartridge. 2 together to open camera back. 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 panel blink, the beeper sounds (if set), 7 6 releases snap closed. to advance film to frame #1. and the shutter is locked. Set ISO speed manually (see p. 100). • If non-OX-coded film or film with an unacceptable OX code is loaded, the E,.,. , ISO and IDJ marks in the LCD II-' :~5 f5.6 00 Ir ~ ~ loa ~o c=:J ,:~ ~. To confirm ISO number of OX­ coded film, press film speed button . Confirm frame counter shows

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BASIC SHOOTING This section features the settings for most common picture-taking situations when AF Nikkor* lenses are used: Rim advance mode: single-frame shooting Metering: Advanced Matrix Metering Focus Area: Wide Focus mode: Single Servo AF Exposure mode: Auto Multi-Program (If you are using AI-P-Nikkor lens, use manual focus {see pp. 46-48]. If you are using other non-AF Nikkor lenses, use Set focus mode selector to S for Set lens to its minimum aperture Center-Weighted or Spo

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Data Link System users When activating Custom Reset with the Nikon AC-1 E card 's Customized Settings function, press and hold the . and . ill buttons for two seconds to retrieve the Custom Reset settings. When one or more functions/options (including Custom Reset) of the Customized Settings have been set, [mmJ appears in the camera's LCD panel'. To cancel the functions/options of the Customized Settings and reset your camera to the default setting (which will make [mmJ Press . reset b


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