Nikon F6 Body Only 1799 user manual

User manual for the device Nikon F6 Body Only 1799

Device: Nikon F6 Body Only 1799
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Date of adding : 2014-02-05 15:23:35
Number of pages: 192
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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 1
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Instruction Manual

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 2 Contents Before You Begin .............................................................................................2-14 Introduction .......................................................................................................4-5 Nomenclature/Controls ....................................................................................6-14 Camera body...............................................................................................6-7 T

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 3 Shutter-Priority Auto................................................................................66-67 Aperture-Priority Auto .............................................................................68-69 Manual....................................................................................................70-71 Auto Exposure Lock .......................................................................................72-73 Exposure Compensation........

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 4 Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Nikon F6. Get to know your F6 camera, and be sure to read this manual thoroughly before using it. We recommend that you keep this manual handy. Main features of the F6: • Nikon’s exclusive new 11-area autofocus sensor (Multi-CAM2000) system, including 9 cross-type sensors, achieves superior performance in continuous high-speed shooting and enables sharp focus even on erratically moving subjects. • Exclusive 3D Color Matr

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 5 • Take test shots Before taking pictures on important occasions (for example, at wedding or before taking the camera with you on a trip), take a test shot to ensure that the camera is functioning normally. Nikon will not be held liable for damages or lost profits that may result from product malfunction. • 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

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 6 Nomenclature/Controls • Camera body 1 2 12 3 13 4 14 5 15 6 7 8 9 10 11 6 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 6

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 7 24 33 34 25 35 26 36 27 37 38 39 28 40 29 30 41 31 42 32 43 1 Metering system selector @r Accessory shoe.......................x 156 lock release ........................x 26, 62 @t Eyepiece shutter lever.........x 81, 82 2 Diopter adjustment knob..........x 81 @y Film advance mode selector 3 Metering system selector....x 26, 62 ....................................x 22, 45, 84 4 Top LCD panel............................x 8 @u Auto Exposure Bracketing button ....

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 8 Nomenclature/Controls—continued • Top LCD panel 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 Shutter speed lock....................x 67 !p Exposure compensation............x 74 2 Shutter speed...............x 66, 70, 80 !q Battery power...........................x 19 3 Aperture stop.....................x 21, 40 !w Exposure compensation value...x 74 4 Aperture lock ...........................x 69 !e Electronic analog exposure display .......................................

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 9 • Viewfinder display 1 3 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 12mm-dia. reference circle for 8 Aperture lock ...........................x 69 Center-Weighted Metering area 9 Focus indicators..................x 28, 29 ................................................x 63 !p Metering system.................x 26, 62 2 Focus area (focus brackets).......x 50 !q FV lock ...................................x 152 Spot Metering area...................x 63 !w Exp

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 10 Nomenclature/Controls—continued • Rear LCD panel (shooting data displays) • At the default setting, shooting data is displayed in normal mode. It can be changed to detailed or large display by selecting “Detailed” or “Large” in Custom Setting “d7: Rear panel info” (x 103). 1 ISO...................................................x 44 1 2 3 2 Film speed........................................x 44 3 DX ...................................................x 23 4 EV s

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 11 • Rear LCD panel (menu displays) • Press the MENU button (if shooting data is displayed) to display the MENU. The shooting data is displayed by pressing the MENU button again. • Five types of menu—Custom Setting, Setup, Shooting, Non-CPU lens and Language—are available with the F6. • Custom Setting menu (x 90) • Setup menu (x 111) • Shooting menu (x 125) • Non-CPU lens (x 144) • Language (x 34) 11 Before You Begin

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 12 Nomenclature/Controls—continued • Command Dials and operating buttons • The F6’s Main- and Sub-Command Dials can be used alone or in combination with other buttons to select and set various functions and modes. Sub-Command Dial Main-Command Dial • Film • Setting ISO film speed (x 44) • Exposure • Selecting exposure mode (x 26, 64-71) • Performing Flexible Program in Programmed Auto exposure mode (x 64) • Setting the shutter speed in Shutter-Priority Auto or 1

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 13 1 • Locking/unlocking shutter speed* (x 67, 70) 1 • Locking/unlocking aperture* (x 69, 70) 2 • Setting exposure compensation value* (x 74) • Setting the number of shots in Auto Exposure 3 Bracketing* (x 75) • Setting an EV compensation value in Auto 3 Exposure Bracketing* (x 75) • Flash • Selecting flash sync mode (x 157) *1 CSM f4: The shutter speed can be set to change with the Sub-Command Dial and the aperture with the Main-Command Dial (x 109). *2 CSM b3: E

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 14 Nomenclature/Controls—continued • Multi-selector • Use the multi-selector to select focus area (x 50), operate menu (x 88), or display shooting data (x 122). • When “Activate meter” is selected in Custom Setting “f2: Multi selector”, exposure meter can be activated with the multi-selector (when exposure meter is off) (x 107). (Or, by selecting “Initiate AF”, Autofocus can be activated.) • Focus area selection 1 P (Top) : Select top focus area or focus area grou

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 15 Basic Operation Shooting modes/functions explained in this section are as follows: Lens attached G/D-type AF Nikkor x 20 Film speed s x 23 Film advance mode S (Single frame) x 22 Focus mode S (Single Servo AF) x 24 AF area mode g (Single Area AF) x 24 Exposure metering ” (3D Color Matrix Metering) x 26 Exposure mode ¡ (Programmed Auto) x 26 Custom Setting Initial (default) settings x 90 15 Basic Operation

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 16 1. Installing Batteries Use two 3V lithium batteries. Turn the power switch off, then turn the 1 battery holder (MS-41) release knob toward the ◊ icon to release the lock. • When replacing batteries, be sure to turn the power switch off and replace both batteries at the same time. Always use fresh batteries of the same brand and type. Remove the battery holder and insert two 2 3V lithium batteries with the “+” and “–” ends positioned as marked on the battery ho

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 17 Note on storing batteries Keep the batteries out of children’s reach. If swallowed, contact a doctor immediately. (For “Notes on Batteries”, x 174.) Backup battery The F6 is equipped with a built-in backup battery for the camera’s clock. This charges in approximately 48 hours when 3 V lithium or the optional Multi Power Battery Pack MB-40 (x 166) is supplying power to the F6. When the built-in battery is fully charged, it is able to supply the F6’s built-in clo

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 18 2. Checking Battery Power Battery power can be checked in the top LCD panel and viewfinder. Turn the power switch on and confirm 1 battery power with the N indication. • If N appears, battery power is sufficient. If any other indication appears, see table on the next page. • When the power switch is turned on, exposure meter turns on. Top LCD panel Viewfinder • Shutter release button operation and exposure meter • Some indicators in the top and rear LCD panels

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 19 Indications and battery status Battery indications and corresponding battery power status are as follows: Viewfinder Battery status Top LCD panel (Camera’s meter on) Sufficient battery power. (appears) (appears) Battery power has begun to decline. (appears) (appears) Batteries are nearing exhaustion. Have a fresh set ready. (appears) (appears) Batteries are exhausted. Replace batteries. (Shutter locks and rear LCD panel turns off.) (blinks) (blinks) • Battery

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P930_En 04.10.19 7:18 PM Page 20 3. Mounting a Lens Nikon recommends using a G- or D-type CPU lens to take full advantage of the features the camera offers. CPU Nikkor lenses have G-type Nikkor lens D-type Nikkor lens CPU contacts Turn the power switch off. 1 • Turn the power switch off before mounting or detaching lenses. Mount the lens to the camera body. 2 • Position lens in the camera’s bayonet mount so that the mounting indexes on the lens and camera body are aligned, then twist the lens


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