Nikon D70SBODY user manual

User manual for the device Nikon D70SBODY

Device: Nikon D70SBODY
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Date of adding : 2014-01-03 15:23:04
Number of pages: 219
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En
The Nikon Guide to Digital Photography
with the
DIGITAL CAMERA

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Product Documentation The documentation for this product includes the manuals listed below. Please be sure to read all instructions thoroughly to get the most from your cam era. Quick Start Guide The Quick Start Guide takes you through the process of unpacking and set ting up your Nikon digital camera, taking your fi rst photographs, and trans fer ring them to your computer. Guide to Digital Photography The Guide to Digital Photography (this manual) provides complete op er at ing in struc

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How to Read This Manual First, be aware of the warnings, cautions, and notices on pages ii–v. Next, read “Overview” and “Getting to Know the Overview Camera” to fa mil iar ize your self with the con ven - tions used in this man u al and the names of cam era Getting to Know the Camera parts, then set up your cam era as de scribed in First Steps “First Steps.” Basic Photography Now you are ready to take photographs and play them back. You can then try your hand Basic Playback at creative co

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For Your Safety To prevent damage to your Nikon product or injury to yourself or to others, read the following safety precautions in their entirety before using this equip- ment. Keep these safety instructions where all those who use the product will read them. The consequences that could result from failure to observe the precautions listed in this section are indicated by the following symbol: This icon marks warnings, information that should be read before using this Nikon product to p

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• Replace the terminal cover when trans- Removing memory cards porting the battery. Do not transport Memory cards may become hot dur- or store with metal objects such as ing use. Observe due cau tion when neck lac es or hair pins. re mov ing memory cards from the • Batteries are prone to leakage when cam era. fully discharged. To avoid damage to CD-ROMs the prod uct, be sure to remove the bat- The CD-ROMs on which the soft ware tery when no charge remains. and manuals are dis trib ut

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Notices • No part of the manuals included with • Nikon will not be held liable for any this product may be reproduced, trans- damages resulting from the use of this mitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval product. system, or translated into any language • While every effort has been made to in any form, by any means, without ensure that the information in these Nikon’s prior written permission. manuals is accurate and complete, we • Nikon reserves the right to change the would apprecia

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Notice for customers in Canada CAUTION ATTENTION This class B digital apparatus meets all re- Cet appareil numérique de la classe B res- quirements of the Canadian Interference pecte toutes les exigences du Règlement Causing Equipment Regulations. sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada. Notice Concerning Prohibition of Copying or Reproduction Note that simply being in possession of material that has been digitally copied or reproduced by means of a scanner, digital camera or other device may be

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Table of Contents For Your Safety ................................................................................................ ii Notices ............................................................................................................ iv Introduction....................................................................................................... 1 Overview .......................................................................................................... 2

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Exposure ........................................................................................................... 75 Metering.......................................................................................................... 75 Exposure Mode................................................................................................ 76 Autoexposure Lock .......................................................................................... 84 Exposure Compensation............

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LCD Brightness ................................................................................................ 161 Mirror Lock-Up................................................................................................. 162 Video Mode..................................................................................................... 162 Language......................................................................................................... 163 Image Comment.....................

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Introduction Getting Started This chapter is divided into the following sections: Overview Read this section for a description of how this man u al is organized and for an ex pla na tion of the symbols and conventions used. Getting to Know the Camera Bookmark this section and refer to it for informa- tion on the names and func tions of camera parts. First Steps This section details the steps required to ready the camera for use: inserting the battery and memory card, attaching a lens and cam

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Introduction—Overview Overview About This Manual Thank you for your purchase of a Nikon D70S single-lens refl ex (SLR) digital camera with interchangeable lenses. This manual has been written to help you enjoy taking pictures with your Nikon digital camera. Read this manual thoroughly before use, and keep it handy when using the product. To make it easier to fi nd the information you need, the following sym bols and con ven tions are used: This icon marks cautions, informa- This icon marks t

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Introduction—Getting to Know the Camera Getting to Know the Camera Camera Controls and Displays Take a few moments to familiarize yourself with camera controls and dis- plays. You may fi nd it helpful to bookmark this section and refer to it as you read through the rest of the manual. Camera Body Power switch: 24 Shutter-release button: 12 Exposure compensation ( ) button: 86 Eyelet for camera strap: 13 Eyelet for camera strap: 13 LCD illuminator ( ) Mode dial: button: 7 10 Fo

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Introduction—Getting to Know the Camera Camera Body (continued) Built-in Speedlight: Speedlight lock release ( ) Self-timer lamp: button: 97 94 105, 107 Flash sync mode ( ) button: AF-assist illuminator: 97 72 Flash exposure compensation Red-eye reduction ( ) button: 102 lamp: 95 Infrared receiver: 107 Remote cord connector (under cover): 191 DC-in connector (under cover): 170 Video connector (under cover): 170 Lens release button: 19 Focus-mode selector: 64 USB connector (un

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Introduction—Getting to Know the Camera Diopter adjustment Viewfi nder eyepiece control: 27 cup: 27 Viewfi nder eyepiece: 27 AE / AF lock ( ) Shooting mode ( ) button: 84 button: 62 Format ( ) button: Multi selector: 21 12 Bracketing ( ) button: 87 Main command dial: 147 Playback ( ) button: 114 Menu ( ) button: 39 Sensitivity (ISO) button: 46 Thumbnail ( ) button: 118 White balance (WB) button: 48 Protect ( ) button: 121 Help ( ) button: 136 Image quality / size (QUA

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Introduction—Getting to Know the Camera Control Panel 1 12 2 11 3 10 9 4 8 5 6 7 1 Shutter speed ............................... 76 8 Number of exposures Exposure compensation value ....... 86 remaining ..................................... 25 Flash compensation value ........... 102 Number of shots remaining White balance adjustment ............ 50 before memory buffer fi lls............. 62 Number of shots in bracketing Preset white balance recording sequence ................................

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Introduction—Getting to Know the Camera 13 14 22 21 15 16 20 17 19 18 13 Flash compensation indicator...... 102 18 Metering mode............................. 75 14 Exposure compensation indicator.. 86 19 Self-timer indicator ..................... 105 Remote control indicator ............ 107 15 Flexible program indicator............. 77 20 Bracketing progress indicator........ 87 16 Autofocus mode......................... 139 21 Bracketing indicator...................... 87 17 Focus area .......

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Introduction—Getting to Know the Camera The Viewfi nder Display 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Advanced Focusing Screen Display When the background is bright, the active focus area ( 66) is highlighted in black. When the background is dark, the active focus area is highlighted briefl y in red as needed to establish contrast with the background (“Vari-Brite” focus areas), making it easier to identify the selected focus area. The viewfi nder is also equipped with on- demand grid lines

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Introduction—Getting to Know the Camera 1 8-mm (0.31˝) reference circle for 11 Number of exposures center-weighted metering............. 75 remaining ..................................... 25 Number of shots remaining 2 Focus brackets (focus areas).......... 66 before memory buffer fi lls............. 62 Spot metering targets ................... 75 Preset white balance recording 3 Reference grid (displayed when On is indicator ....................................... 52 selected for Custom S

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Introduction—Getting to Know the Camera The Mode Dial In addition to Digital Vari-Programs that allow settings to be adjusted to suit a particular scene simply by rotating the mode dial to the appropriate mode, the D70S is equipped with exposure modes that offer complete control over settings. Digital Vari-Programs Selecting a Digital Vari-Program automatically op- timizes settings to suit the selected scene, making creative photography as simple as rotating the mode dial. Auto ( 32) Use f


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