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INSTRUCTION MANUAL ~
Nomenclature AF-Assist Iliuminator/Self-timer/ Red-Eye Reduction lamp PP. 59 Focus mode selector P. 20 Lens release button P. 17 Shutter release button P. 15 Flash sync mode button P. 60 Aperture button P. 43 Exposure compensation Built-in P. 28 button P. 50 shoe LCD P. 4 ~ Eyepiece cap DK-5 (page 56) 2
AE-L button P. 49 Dio lever P. 56 Finder P. 56 Command Dial P. 41 Film cartridge confirmation window P. 19 Battery chamber cover lock release P. 14 Tripod socket Mid-roll rewind button P. 34 N60QD only: Data imprint LCD/buttons 1. Date/time display LCD 1-----, r----5 2. ' : Year indicator 3. MODE button: Push to select one of five w::s!::::;!~~"'-6 2 available displays. 4. SELECT button: Push to select date/time to be adjusted. GIml) SELECT ADJUST 5. M : Month indicator •
LCDNiewfinder Dis la s 1 6 I I.~, .~, .~, ." r .~, .~, 2 oooofo.o 7 3 SLOW (a-, a-, @. - ~ ~ ~~~+ ,L'.L'~ 4 8 5 9 1. Shutter speed 6. Aperture 2. Flexible program (page 40) 7. Exposure compensation (page 50) 3. Flash sync mode (page 59) 8. Frame counter/exposure compensation value (page 19, 50) 4. Battery power (page 15) 9. Film (page 19) 5. Self-timer (page 55) About LCD • At high temperatures of 60°C (140°F) or above, the display tums black, making it impossible to rea
1--- ) 1. Focus brackets (page 25) 5. 12mm-dia. reference circle for Center-Weighted Metering (page 48) 2. Focus indicator (page 25) 6. Flash ready-light (page 28) 3. Shutter speed 7. Exposure compensation mark 4. Aperture (page 50) 8. Electronic analog display (page 43) 5
Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Nikon N60/N60QD camera. We are sure that you will enjoy using this camera and that it will make photography a bigger part of your life. Get to know your N60/N60QD camera, but before using it, be sure to read this manual thoroughly. Also, we recommend that you keep this manual handy. Main features of the N60/N60QD: • SLR camera with built-in Speedlight makes taking pictures easy and enjoyable, even for the most inexperienced beginner. • The indi
Take trial shots Take trial shots before shooting at important occasions like wedding or graduations. Have Nikon spot check your camera regularly Nikon recommends that you have your camera serviced by an authorized dealer or service center at least once every two years. Using your camera correctly The Nikon N60/N60QD's performance has been optimized for use with Nikon brand accessories. Accessories made by other manufacturers may not meet Nikon's criteria for specifications, and nonconf
Contents The "Basic Operation" section introduces battery, lens, film, focusing, exposure and shooting in basic steps for easy picture-taking even for SLR camera beginners. "Detailed Operation" explains each function, from lens to exposure, in detail, in approximately the same order as the steps in the "Basic Operation" section. After becoming familiar with basic shooting, refer to the detailed explanation of each operation/function to step up to advanced shooting that requires more adva
---=...c:- _ . DETAILED OPERATION ................................... 31-64 Lens Compatibility ................... ....................... .............................. .. 32-33 Film ....................................................... ........................... ............... 34-35 Focus Mode ..................... ........................ .. ............... .. ......... .. ... ..... 36-37 Focus Lock ..................................................... ....... .......................
About This Manual [ Basic Operation P. 13-30 Install batteries and check 1 battery power P. 14-15 • 2 Mount lens and set aperture P.16-17 • 3 Load film P.18-19 • 4 Set Focus Mode Selector to AF P.20-21 • 5 Set Exposure Mode Dial to 8 P. 22-23 • 6 Hold Camera and Focus P. 24-25 ~ ~ Confirm Indications in Viewfinder • 7 and Release Shutter P.26-27 P.28-29 8 Using Built-In Speedlight • 10
Detailed Operation P. 31-64,69 Notes on Batteries (P. 69) Lens Compatibility Chart (P. 32-33)-CPU Nikkor lens (P. 32-33)/ Non-CPU lens (P. 32-33) Film (P. 34)-Confirming an automatically set film speed (P. 34)/ Mid-roll rewind (P. 34)/ ln case film does not start rewind or film rewind stops at mid roll (P. 35)/Film advance mode (P. 35) Focus Mode (P. 36-37)-Autofocus (P. 36)/AF-Assist Illuminator (P. 36)/ Manual focus (P. 37) Focus Lock (P. 38) Shooting in Each Exposure Mode (P. 39-44)
BASIC OPERATION This section guides you through basic operations with the camera set to ~ mode. Settings are as follows: Attached lens D-type AF Nikkor Focus mode Autofocus Exposure mode 8' (General-Purpose Progam) Exposure metering 3D Matrix Metering* Built-in Speedlight Normal sync* * Automatically set when exposure mode is set to 8'. 13
Install Batteries and Check Battery Power Use two CR1 23A or DL 123A type lithium batteries with this 1 camera. (Other batteries cannot be used.) Turn off the main switch and open the battery 1.1 chamber cover. Insert batteries with the "EB" and "8 " ends 1.2 positioned as marked inside the battery chamber cover, then firmly close the battery chamber cover . • Incorrect positioning of EB and e poles may cause damage to the camera. 14
z IZI Check points o ~-------------------------------------------------------- ~ o Keep the batteries out of children's reach. If swallowed, contact a a: doctor immediately. (For "Notes on Batteries", see page 69.) ~ o When replacing batteries, be sure to turn the main switch off and 0 replace both batteries at the same time. Always use fresh batteries of 2 the same brand. ~ o We recommend that you take spare batteries with you, especially when traveling, since the batteries used may b
Mount Lens and Set Aperture Mount the lens to the camera body and set the lens' aperture 2 to its minimum setting (largest f number) for automatic operation. Turn the main switch off and mount lens to the 2.1 camera body. • Position lens in the camera's bayonet mount so that the mounting indexes on lens and camera body are aligned, then twist lens counterclockwise until it locks into place. (Be sure not to touch the lens release button.) • When the lens is not attached or when a non
IZl Check pOints Z ___________________________________________________ 0 D Use D-type AF Nikkor lens to utilize all the functions of this camera. ~ W (See page 32 for Lens Compatibility.) Q. o D Make sure to turn the main switch off when attaching/detaching the o lens. D When attaching the lens, take care not to press the lens release button. ! D When attaching/detaching the lens, make sure to avoid direct sunlight. Detaching the lens . 2 3 • • Push and hold the lens release butt
Load Film Use a DX-coded film. Film speed r-----,,-------___ is set automatically (18025- 3 5000). ___ "'7ll LUL_ ISO (film When the camera is turned on, speed) film is loaded and the camera ~I':;"""::==------ DX mark back is closed, the film automat ically advances to the first frame. '--------------' Turn on the main switch, then open the camera back 3.1 and insert film . • Insert from the bottom of the film cartridge. Pull film leader out to red index mark. 3.2 • Do not inser
z 1ZI Check points o --------------------------------------------------------- ~ D Only OX-coded film can be used with this camera. When film other than ffi OX-coded film is inserted,
Set Focus Mode Selector to AF When the focus mode selector is set to AF (autofocus), the 4 camera focuses automatically. Set the focus mode selector to AF (autofocus). 4.1 • Make sure to turn the focus mode selector until it clicks into position. • To focus, lightly press the shutter release button. (See page 24.) Situations where autofocus may not work as 4.2 expected: • Autofocus may not work as expected in the following situations. In such situations, focus on a different subject
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