Nikon 3699 user manual

User manual for the device Nikon 3699

Device: Nikon 3699
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Date of adding : 2013-12-27 15:33:21
Number of pages: 120
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Nikon N55
INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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Introduction • Thank you for purchasing the Nikon N55-a camera that is sure to make photography a bigger part of your life. Get to know your N55 camera, and be sure to read this manual thoroughly before using it. We recommend that you keep this manual handy. Supplied accessories Body cap (P. 19) Accessory shoe cover Eyepiece cap DK-5 (P. 73) • Remove this cover when attaching an optional Speedlight to the accessory shoe. The N55 QD model is not offered in all markets. Please inquire

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• Take trial shots I Take trial shots before shooting at important occasions like weddings or graduations. I • Have Nikon spot-check your camera regularly I 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 N55's performance has been optimized for use with Nikon brand accessories. Accessories made by other manufacturers may not meet Nikon's criteria for specifications, a

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Contents BEFORE YOU BEGIN ............................................................................ 2-11 Introduction .................................................................................................... ........... 2-3 Nomenclature ............... ............................................................................................. 6-7 LCD PanelN iewfinder Display ............................. .. ...................................... ............. 8-9 Available E

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rexPOSUR~ODE .............................................................................. 53=~ I Auto-Multi Program .............................................................................................. 54-55 I Shutter-Priority Auto Exposure Mode .................................................... ............... 56-57 Aperture-Priority Auto Exposure Mode ...... .......................................................... 58-59 Manual Exposure Mode ................................

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Nomenclature Focus mode selector (PP. 46-47) Built-in Speedlight (Po 40n6) Self-timer (P. 42)/ Lens release button AF-Assist Illuminator (P. 50)/ (P. 19) Red-Eye Reduction lamp (P. 79) Auto Exposure Bracketing (Po 66)/ Multiple Exposure (Po 69)/Film rewind button (P. 72) Shutter release Flash lock-release button (P. 17/24) (Po 80)/Flash sync mode button (P. 78) Camera strap eyelet Camera strap eyelet t:X[)osure mode dial Self-timer button (Po 42) Accessory shoe (Po 91) L

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Viewfinder eyepiece Diopter adjustment lever (P. 73) I I Rubber eyecup (P. 73) Command Dial I Camera back lock release lever (P. 20) Film confirmation window (P. 21) Data Back (00 model only) (P.22/44) Tripod socket • Illustration shown is the N55 00 model. The camera back of the N55 non-OD model differs from the 00 model. • QD model only: Data imprint LCD/buttons 1. Date/time LCD 2. ': Year indicator 1-~-, 3. MODE button: Push to select one of five available displays. 4. SELE

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LCD PanelNiewfinder Display • LCD panel Auto Exposure Bracketing (P. 66) Shutter speed Aperture 1 ,-,,-,,-, "I t .-• .-.1 Multiple Exposure Self-timer (P. 42) 0000 fo.o (P. 69) '@~~ lillti ~ ~ Battery power AUT ~ __ [t:' t:,) (P. 17) SLOW @: [] ~ + L'.L' II III I Frame counter (P. 21)/ Exposure Compensation Flash sync mode (P. 78/80) value (P. 64) Focus area (P. 48) Exposure Compensation (P. 64) • The illustrations are fully labelled for your reference. NOTE: About LCD The L

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• Viewfinder display I Focus area (focus brackets) (P. 30/48) Center Partial Metering area (p. 60) i I Flash ready-light (P. 41n7)/ Flash recommended indication (P. 80) Exposure Compensation Focus indicator (P. 31 /46) (P. 64) Electronic analog exposure (P. 61)/ Exposure Compensation value Focus area Shutter speed Aperture 9

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Available Exposure Modes The exposure mode dial of the Nikon N55 can be divided into two sections. One is the user-controlled exposure mode with Auto-Multi Program, Shutter­ Priority Auto, Aperture-Priority Auto or Manual exposure modes, where the photographer can determine various exposure factors. The other section is point-and-shoot exposure mode in which the camera automatically controls various exposure settings. See pages 28, 37-39, 54-62 for more details on each exposure mode. · ..

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• Point-and-shoot exposure mode I 8: AUTO mode (P. 28) ! Camera automatically controls all the exposure settings. Suitable for taking pictures right away. i ~ : Portrait mode (P. 37) Use this mode to take portraits. The background is blurred to accentuate your main subject. rJ: Landscape mode (P. 37) Use this mode to take pictures of distant daytime or nighttime scenes. The overall landscape will be sharply focused. ~ : Close-Up mode (P. 38) Use this mode to take up-close pictures

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Start Shooting Immediately Open the battery chamber and install batteries while the 1 camera's power is off (page 16). ~ #~ #~ cj>"~~ 2 Attach the lens and turn the power switch on (page 18). 3 Open the camera back and install the film (page 20) . • When the camera back is closed, the film is automatically advanced and the number of available exposures is displayed in the LCD panel. Set the focus mode selector to AF (autofocus) (page 26) and 4 the exposure mode dial to ~ (AUTO mode) (pa

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Hold the camera properly, compose frame and focus by 5 lightly pressing the shutter release button (page 30). Confirm focus indicator. appears without blinking and 6 slowly depress the shutter release button (page 32). Film starts to rewind automatically when it reaches the end 7 of the roll (page 33) . • Make sure E is blinking in the LCD panel when removing the film cartridge. S\

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PREPARATION This section introduces the various operations necessary before you start shooting. • Install batteries and check battery power • Mount lens • Load film • Set date and time (QD model only) • About shutter release button 15

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Install Batteries and Check Battery Power Use two CR2-type 3V lithium batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . ... . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. Turn the power switch off and open the battery chamber 1 cover by sliding the battery chamber cover lock release lever toward indicated direction. • 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. NOTE: St

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Check points • We recommend that you take spare batteries with you, especially when travelling . • For the number of film rolls that can be shot with fresh batteries, see page 114. Turn the power switch on and confirm battery power with the ,.jiJ indication. 3 ~ appears: Sufficient battery power. CjIJ appears: Batteries are nearing exhaustion. Have a fresh set ready. (Viewfinder indications turn off when you release your finger from the shutter release button after taking the picture.)

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MountLens~~------------ Turn the power switch off and mount the lens to the camera body . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . . . . . .. . . . CPU contacts of CPU CD G-type Nikkor lens ® CPU Nikkor lens other Nikkor lens than G-type Check the lens type. 1 CDG-type Nikkor lens, without aperture ring ® CPU Nikkor lenses other than G-type (Illustration is O-type Nikkor lens), with aperture ring G-type Nikkor lens The G-type Nikkor lens has n

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• With G-type Nikkor lens Position lens in the camera's bayonet mount so that the mounting indexes on lens and camera body are aligned, then twist lens anticlockwise until it locks into place. (Be ~ure not to touch the lens release button.) With CPU Nikkor lens with aperture ring (other than G-type) Position lens in the camera's bayonet mount so that the mounting indexes on lens and camera body are aligned, then twist lens anticlockwise until it locks into place. (Be sure not to touch th

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load Film--~--------\ Turn the power switch on and load OX-coded film. With OX-coded film, film speed will be set automatically (ISO 25-5000). When the camera back is closed, the film automatically advances and the number of available exposures is displayed in the LCD panel. ..................................................... Turn the power switch on, open the camera back by sliding 1 the camera back lock release lever and load film. • Film cartridge can be loaded smoothly if inserted


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