Nikon 55MM F/2B user manual

User manual for the device Nikon 55MM F/2B

Device: Nikon 55MM F/2B
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Date of adding : 2013-12-27 15:33:21
Number of pages: 28
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55mm f/2B

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FOREWORD An updated version of Nikon's reknown close-focusing lens, the Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/2.8 features a larger maximum aperture. Thus, the image in the viewfinder is brighter and it's easier to focus when the light gets dim or extension rings or a bellows unit are attached. It has a modified Gauss-type optical design of six elements in five groups and incorporates a floating element system in the rear lens group for improved performance. In fact, this lens produces excel­ lent image qu

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MOUNTING THE LENS Position the lens in the camera's bayonet mount, aligning the mounting indexes on the camera and the lens. Twist the lens counterclockwise until it clicks into place. To remove, depress the lens release button on the camera and twist the lens clockwise. Notes: 1) When mounting the lens on a camera with a lift-up meter coupling lever (Al type), make sure that the camera's meter coupling lever is correctly positioned; when mounting on a camera without this lever (non-Al

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FOCUSING Thanks to its fully automatic diaphragm, the Micro- Nikkor can be focused with maximum image bright­ ness on the screen throughout the entire focusing range. The depth of field is also minimized at maxi­ mum aperture, so that the image snaps in and out of focus rapidly and distinctly. To focus, turn the focusing ring until the image on the focusing screen-appears sharp and crisp. Thanks to the internal dual-helical system, the Micro-Nikkor focuses continuously from infinity to 9-

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• When the TC-14A teleconverteris attached to this Recommended Focusing Screens lens, use the following table: Various interchangeable focusing screens are A/L BC D E Gl GZ G3 G4 Ht H2 H3JH4 J K/PM^J^^ available for F3- and F2-series cameras to suit any type of lens or picture-taking situation. Those which are recommended for use with *Th e TC-301, TC-300, TC-14B or TC-14 telecon­ your lens are listed below. For screens used verter cannot be used with this lens. with Nikon cameras othe

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Reproduction ratio is the relation Focusing at predetermined reproduction ratio of the image size to be recorded on In front of the distance scale are two reproduction the film to the subject size. For ex­ ratio scales engraved in orange. The inner scale with ample, if the image on the focusing figures from 1:10 to 1:2 represents values obtained screen is one-fifth the size of the when the lens is used alone, while the outer scale with subject, the reproduction ratio is 1:5, figures fr

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with the white distance indicator line. Aim the To avoid camera shake, close-up pho­ tography poses several problems not camera at the subject and move it toward or away encountered in general photography. from the subject until the image on the focusing One of these is sensitivity to vibra­ screen is sharp and crisp. tion: the magnification of the image on the film makes even slight image Depth of field displacement prominent and results The Micro-Nikkor permits depth-of-field preview.

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DETERMINING EXPOSURE With built-in TTL meter The Micro-Nikkor has an automatic diaphragm and B— 1 Al PK-I1A.12,13, and Full aperture TC-201,200, 14A a set of click-stop aperture settings ranging from f/2.8 Al PK-1,2, 3 Stop-down to f/32. The Micro-Nikkor couples fully to the thru- Al Bellows, E2 and K rings Stop-down PK-11A, 12,13,and non-AI Stop-down the-lens meter. of any F/F2 Nikon Photomic or TC-201,200, 14A *non-AI PK-1,2, 3 Full aperture other Nikon/Nikkormat camera for full

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