Nikon N5005 user manual

User manual for the device Nikon N5005

Device: Nikon N5005
Size: 15,50 MB
Date of adding : 2014-02-05 15:23:35
Number of pages: 80
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CONTENTS FOREWORD . ....... ... ..... ........ . ......... . . 4 EXPOSURE . .. .... ......... . . . . ...... ....... 28--36 NOMENCLATURE .......................... . .. 5-7 SHUTIER SPEED DIAL AND APERTURE DIAL .... . .... 28 PROGRAMMED AUTO EXPOSURE MODE - BASIC OPERATION .. . . ..... ......... . . . . . . . . 8-20 AUTO MULTI-PROGRAM . . ... . . . ... ... .... ....... 29 MOUNTING THE LENS ......... ........ . ...... . .... 8 SHUTIER-PRIORITY AUTO EXPOSURE MODE ..... 30-31 INSTALLING BATIE

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FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY . .. ....... ........... 46-64 LENSES ... ....................... . ... ...... 65-66 AUTOMATIC BALANCED FILL-FLASH ...• . .... ... . 46-47 ACCESSORY COMPATIBILITY .. .. ..... . . ...... 67 Matrix Balanced Fill-Flash ... . .. . .. .......... ... 47 CAMERA CARE TIPS . .... . . ....... . . ........ 68- 70 Center-Weighted Fill-Flash . .. ... .. ..... . . ....... 47 NOTES ON BATTERIES ........... .......... 70-71 USING BUILT- IN TTL FLASH ......•.............. 48- 61 SPECIFIC

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FOREWORD Thank you for purchasing this Nikon product. We hope you enjoy the Nikon N5005, and we're sure it will make photography a bigger part of your life. it, be sure to read this Get to know your N5005, but before using manual thoroughly. Nikon cannot be held responsible for malfunction resulting from the use of the camera other than as specified in this manual. The Nikon autofocus SLR system is designed based on the premise that any of its components, such as the F4 series, N8008s,

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NOMENCLATURE Aperture dial Accessory shoe Film plane indicator Film rewind button Self-timer button Frame counter Flash lock-release buttons Dial lock-release button Flash head Self-timer indicator LED Shutter release button Lens mounting index Shutter speed dial Lens release button Handgrip Focus mode selector AEL (Auto Exposure Lock) button Aperture ring Minimum aperture lock Lens (AF Zoom-Nikkor Aperture scale 35-70mm f/3.3-4.5) Focusing ring CPU contacts: Do not touch. 5

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Eyepiece cover DK-5 (pro­ vided) : Prevents stray light from entering viewfinder. Film rewind lever Viewfinder eyepiece Film advance indicator Camera back Film cartridge confirmation window Battery chamber lid Battery chamber lock release Camera strap eyelet Camera back lock release Tripod socket 6

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Inside viewfinder 12mm-dia. central area Clear matte field Focus brackets Exposure indicator LEOs Focus indicator LED Flash ready-light 7

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BASIC OPERATION MOUNTING THE LENS Twist lens counterclockwise until it To remove Set lens to its minimum aperture securely clicks into place. Push lens release button and turn lens (largest f-number marked in orange clockwise. 00 not push lens rei ease but­ on AF Nikkor lenses). Then lock lens aperture at its minimum setting. ton except when removing lens. (See lens instruction manual.) The N5005 is designed for use With the N5005, all aperture with AF Nikkor lenses, except AF­ settin

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INSTALLING BATTERIES 1 2 Open the battery chamber lid by sliding Install four fresh AA-type batteries with Close the battery chamber lid. the lock release. "+" ends positioned as shown inside the battery chamber. Batteries with a "+" terminal exceeding 6mm in diameter can­ not be used. 9

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CHECKING BATIERY POWER ,---------------------~ 2 To turn the camera power on, rotate the Lightly press shutter release button and check viewfinder exposure indicator LED(s) shutter speed dial from L to another set­ (+ , 0 and/or - ) to make sure battery power is sufficient. ting while pressing the dial lock-release Exposure indicator LED(s) lights up or blinks if power is sufficient, and stays on button. approx. 8 sec. after you take your finger off the button. When not using the camera,

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During shooting, replace batteries when: a) Film-advance speed, operation speed of autofocus lens or flash recycling time is noticeably slower, or b) Lightly pressing the shutter release button causes the self-timer indicator LED to start blinking and the shut­ ter to lock. At low temperatures or when weakened batteries are used, film advance may cause low battery voltage for a If LED goes off approx. 2 sec. after finger is removed from moment and the self-timer indicator LED may blink f

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LOADING FILM 000000000 Slide down camera back lock release to Pull film leader out to red index mark. Insert film cartridge. open camera back. - Use only OX-coded film. - Usable film speed range for OX- coded film is ISO 25 to 5000. - All non-OX-coded films are auto­ matically set to ISO 100. - Avoid loading/unloading in direct sunlight. 12

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Check to make sure film is positioned Close camera back and confirm lock­ Fully depress shutter release button to properly, with no slack. release snaps closed. automatically advance film to frame "1." Observe film advance indicator rotation to confirm proper film installation and transport. e lf film is not correctly installed, the self-timer indicator LED blinks. Set the shutter speed dial to L, then reset the dial to another setting while pressing the dial lock-release button. The se

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BASIC SHOOTING The Nikon N5005 offers both auto and manual focusing. It also gives you three auto exposure modes - programmed auto, aperture-priority auto, shutter-prior­ ity auto - plus manual exposure control. The following instructions are for auto­ focus shooting in programmed auto exposure mode with an AF Nikkor lens. Programmed auto is the easiest-to-use exposure mode. For details about other focusing methods Confirm lens is set to smallest and exposure modes, see pages 20 to Se

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When both A and S are set, programmed Set focus mode selector to A (autofocus). Aim camera at the subject. auto mode is in operation. If the lens in use has an A-M switch, set the switch to A. The shutter dial locks at the A or L position, and the aperture dial locks at the S position. To release them, rotate the shutter or aperture dial while pressing the dial lock-release button. 15

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Confirm the green focus indicator LED . Position the viewfinder focus brackets Lightly press the shutter release button. and the red exposure indicator LED 0 (: :) on the main subject. light up. 16

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e lf focus indicator LED . blinks, see pages 26 to 27. 7 e lf subject moves, remove your finger from shutter release button, then lightly press again to start autofocus with focus tracking. e For details about autofocus, see pages 20 to 23. ***************************** Picture blur possibility (shutter speed is o blinks 1/[focal length] sec. or slower). Use tripod to avoid camera shake, or use built-in TIL flash or accessory Nikon speed­ Fully depress shutter release button to take pi

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REWINDING FILM The film advance stops automatically at While sliding film rewind lever, push the After rewinding stops, confirm film frame the end of the roll. Then, the self-timer counter has returned to "S" and the self­ film rewind button. indicator LED blinks for a few seconds timer indicator LED blinks (stops after and the shutter locks. approx. 2 seconds.) If you do not rewind the film when you come to the end of the roll, each time the shutter release button is depressed, the sel

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Open camera back and remove film cartridge. 19

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FOCUS AUTOFOCUS In autofocus mode, the shutter cannot be released until the With a stationary subject subject is correctly focused, and once in focus, the focus is When subject is in focus, autofocus stops and . appears. locked as long as the shutter release button remains lightly Once subject is in focus, focus is locked. If subject moves, re­ pressed. move your finger from shutter release button, then lightly press If subject is moving, focus tracking works automatically. The it agai

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