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No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except
for brief quotation in critical articles or reviews), may be made without
written authorization from NIKON CORPORATION.
Printed in Japan
Read this manual thoroughly before using the camera.
To ensure proper use of the camera, be sure to read
“For Your Safety” (page xvi).
After reading this manual, keep it in a readily accessible
place for future reference.
User's Manual
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Seite 1 - User's Manual

No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles or reviews), may be made without writ

Seite 3 - The Reference Manual (pdf)

87Shooting Controls3 Frame the photograph and focus.If AF-S is selected for focus mode, the timer will not start unless the camera is able to focus.4

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88 Shooting ControlsUse the sub-selector as a joystick to select the focus point, or press the center to lock focus and/or exposure.Focus-Point Select

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89Shooting Controls❚❚ Locking Focus and ExposureFollow the steps below to use focus and exposure lock.1 Set focus and exposure.Position the subject in

Seite 6 - Table of Contents

90 Shooting Controls3 Recompose the photograph and shoot.Focus will remain locked between shots if you keep the shutter-release button pressed halfway

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91The i ButtonThe i ButtonPressing the i button displays the i menu: a menu of frequently-used settings for the current mode.Press the i button to dis

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92 The i ButtonAt default settings, the following items appear in the i menu for photo mode.The Photo-Mode i Menu1357911426810121 Set Picture Control

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93The i ButtonSet Picture ControlChoose a Picture Control according to the subject or type of scene.Option DescriptionnAutoThe camera automatically ad

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94 The i ButtonTo view Picture Control settings, highlight a Picture Control and press 3. Changes to settings can be previewed in the display (0 95).T

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95The i Button❚❚ Modifying Picture ControlsPicture Controls can be modified to suit the scene or the photographer’s creative intent. Highlight Set Pic

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96 The i ButtonThe following settings are available:Option DescriptionEffect level Mute or heighten the effect of Creative Picture Control.Quick sharp

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97The i ButtonD Filter EffectsChoose from the following:Mode SettingY (yellow)These options enhance contrast and can be used to tone down the brightne

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98 The i ButtonWhite BalanceAdjust white balance (for more information, see “White Balance”, 0 62).Pressing 3 when Auto or Fluorescent is highlighted

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99The i Button❚❚ Fine-Tuning White BalanceSelecting White balance in the i menu displays a list of white balance options. If an option other than Choo

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100 The i Button❚❚ Choosing a Color TemperatureSelecting White balance in the i menu displays a list of white balance options. When Choose color tempe

Seite 18 - For Your Safety

101The i Button❚❚ Preset ManualPreset manual is used to record and recall up to six custom white balance settings for shooting under mixed lighting or

Seite 19 - CAUTION

102 The i Button4 Measure white balance.To measure white balance, tap a white or gray object, or use the multi selector to position the r over a white

Seite 20 - DANGER (Batteries)

103The i ButtonD Measuring Preset Manual White BalancePreset manual white balance cannot be measured while HDR or multiple exposure shooting is in pro

Seite 21 - WARNING (Batteries)

104 The i ButtonImage QualityChoose a file format for photographs.The option currently selected is shown in the display during shooting.Option Descrip

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105The i ButtonA NEF (RAW)NEF (RAW) image files (extension “*.nef”) contain the raw data output from the image sensor. Using Nikon’s ViewNX-i or Captu

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106 The i ButtonImage SizeChoose the size at which photographs are recorded.The option currently selected is shown in the display during shooting.The

Seite 24 - D Life-Long Learning

xA Custom Settings: Fine-Tuning Camera Settings... 139Reset custom settings ...

Seite 25 - Getting to Know the Camera

107The i ButtonFlash ModeChoose a flash mode for optional flash units. The options available depend on the mode selected with the mode dial.The option

Seite 26 - The Camera Body (Continued)

108 The i ButtonMeteringMetering determines how the camera sets exposure. The following options are available:The option currently selected is indicat

Seite 27 - D The Monitor

109The i ButtonWi-Fi ConnectionEnable or disable Wi-Fi. Enable Wi-Fi to establish wireless connections to computers or between the camera and smartpho

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110 The i ButtonActive D-LightingActive D-Lighting preserves details in highlights and shadows, creating photographs with natural contrast. Use for hi

Seite 29 - The Control Panel

111The i ButtonRelease ModeChoose the operation performed when the shutter-release button is pressed all the way down. For more information, see “The

Seite 30 - The Monitor and Viewfinder

112 The i ButtonVibration ReductionChoose whether to enable vibration reduction. The options available vary with the lens.Options other than Off are s

Seite 31 - 7Getting to Know the Camera

113The i ButtonAF-Area ModeAF-area mode controls how the camera selects the focus-point for autofocus. For more information, see “AF-Area Mode” (0 55)

Seite 32 - Camera Controls

114 The i ButtonAt default settings, the following items appear in the i menu for movie mode.The Movie-Mode i Menu1357911426810121 Set Picture Control

Seite 33 - 9Getting to Know the Camera

115The i ButtonSet Picture ControlChoose a Picture Control for movie recording. For more information, see “Set Picture Control” (0 93).White BalanceAd

Seite 34 - Touch Controls

116 The i ButtonFrame Size, Frame Rate, and Movie QualitySelect the movie frame size (in pixels) and frame rate. You can also choose from two Movie qu

Seite 35 - ❚❚ Playback

xid Shooting/display...142d1 CL mode shooting speed ...

Seite 36 - ❚❚ Movie Playback

117The i ButtonThe option currently selected is shown by an icon in the display.❚❚ Slow-Motion MoviesTo record silent slow-motion movies, select a “sl

Seite 37 - ❚❚ Text Entry

118 The i ButtonMicrophone SensitivityTurn the built-in or external microphones on or off or adjust microphone sensitivity. Choose bA to adjust sensit

Seite 38 - ❚❚ Navigating the Menus

119The i ButtonChoose Image AreaChoose the size of the area on the image sensor used to record movies. Select FX to shoot movies in what is referred t

Seite 39 - The DISP Button

120 The i ButtonMeteringChoose how the camera sets exposure in movie mode. For more information, see “Metering” (0 108), but note that spot metering i

Seite 40 - ❚❚ Movie Mode

121The i ButtonVibration ReductionChoose vibration reduction option for movie mode. For more information, see “Vibration Reduction” (0 112).AF-Area Mo

Seite 42 - The G Button

123Menu ListMenu ListThis section lists the options available in the camera menus.A Camera MenusMore information on camera menus is available in a Ref

Seite 43 - 4 Highlight a menu item

124 Menu ListPlayback display optionsAdd info Choose the information available in the playback photo information display.Focus pointAdditional photo i

Seite 44 - 6 Highlight an option

125Menu ListC The Photo Shooting Menu: Shooting OptionsReset photo shooting menuYe s Select Ye s to reset photo shooting menu options to their defaul

Seite 45 - The i Button (i Icon)

126 Menu ListImage quality (defaults to JPEG normal)NEF (RAW) + JPEG finem Choose a file format and compression ratio (image quality). The compression

Seite 46 - 3 Choose an option

xiig Movie ... 147g1 Customize i menu ...

Seite 47 - 23Getting to Know the Camera

127Menu ListWhite balance (defaults to Auto)Auto Match white balance to the light source.Natural light autoDirect sunlightCloudyShadeIncandescentFluor

Seite 48 - 1 Select Custom Setting f2

128 Menu ListSet Picture Control (defaults to Auto)Auto Choose how new photos will be processed. Select according to the type of scene or your creativ

Seite 49 - 2 Choose a button

129Menu ListManage Picture ControlSave/edit Create custom Picture Controls.RenameDeleteLoad/saveColor space (defaults to sRGB)sRGB Choose a color spac

Seite 50 - 26 Getting to Know the Camera

130 Menu ListAuto distortion control (defaults to On)On Reduce barrel distortion when shooting with wide-angle lenses and reduce pin-cushion distortio

Seite 51 - First Steps

131Menu ListFocus mode (defaults to Single AF)Single AF Choose how the camera focuses.Continuous AFManual focusAF-area mode (defaults to Single-point

Seite 52 - Charge the Battery

132 Menu ListInterval timer shootingStart Take photographs at the selected interval until the specified number of shots has been recorded.Choose start

Seite 53 - Charging AC Adapters

133Menu List1 The Movie Shooting Menu: Movie Shooting OptionsReset movie shooting menuYe s Select Ye s to reset movie shooting menu options to their

Seite 54 - Charging AC adapter

134 Menu ListMovie quality (defaults to High quality)High quality Choose movie quality.NormalMovie file type (defaults to MOV)MOV Choose the movie fil

Seite 55 - D The CHARGE Lamp

135Menu ListSet Picture Control (defaults to Same as photo settings)Same as photo settings Choose a Picture Control for movies. Select Same as photo s

Seite 56 - Battery latch

136 Menu ListManage Picture ControlSave/edit Create custom Picture Controls.RenameDeleteLoad/saveActive D-Lighting (defaults to Off)Same as photo sett

Seite 57 - D Removing Memory Cards

xiiiWireless remote (WR) options...151Assign remote (WR) Fn button ...

Seite 58 - Number of Exposures Remaining

137Menu ListAuto distortion control (defaults to On)On Reduce barrel distortion when shooting with wide-angle lenses and reduce pin-cushion distortion

Seite 59 - D No Memory Card

138 Menu ListElectronic VR (defaults to Off)On Choose whether to enable electronic vibration reduction in movie mode.OffMicrophone sensitivity (defaul

Seite 60 - Attach a Lens

139Menu ListA Custom Settings: Fine-Tuning Camera SettingsReset custom settingsYe s Select Ye s to reset Custom Settings to their default values.Noa

Seite 61 - D Detaching Lenses

140 Menu Lista7 AF activation (defaults to Shutter/AF-ON)Shutter/AF-ON Choose whether the camera focuses when the shutter-release button is pressed ha

Seite 62 - 3 Select a language

141Menu Lista13 Manual focus ring in AF mode (defaults to Enable)Enable This option is available with compatible lenses. Select Disable to prevent the

Seite 63 - 7 Set the clock

142 Menu Listc3 Power off delayPlayback Choose how long the control panel and camera displays remain on when no operations are performed.MenusImage re

Seite 64 - 9 Exit to shooting mode

143Menu Listd7 File number sequence (defaults to On)On Choose how the camera assigns file numbers.OffResetd8 Apply settings to live view (defaults to

Seite 65 - 3 Select b mode

144 Menu Liste4 Auto c ISO sensitivity control (defaults to Subject and background)Subject and background Choose whether auto ISO sensitivity control

Seite 66 - 5 End recording

145Menu Listf Controlsf1 Customize i menuChoose image area Choose the options displayed in the i menu for photo mode.Image qualityImage sizeExposure c

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146 Menu Listf2 Custom control assignmentFn1 button Choose the functions performed by camera controls in photo mode.Fn2 buttonAF-ON buttonSub-selector

Seite 68 - D Recording Movies

xivTroubleshooting 157Problems and Solutions ... 158Battery/Display...

Seite 69 - 2 View additional pictures

147Menu Listg Movieg1 Customize i menuChoose image area Choose the options displayed in the i menu for movie mode.Frame size and rate/Image qualityExp

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148 Menu Listg3 OK button (defaults to Select center focus point)Select center focus point Choose the role assigned to the J button in movie mode.Zoom

Seite 71 - 2 Delete the picture

149Menu ListLanguageChoose a language for camera menus and messages. The languages available vary with the country or region in which the camera was o

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150 Menu ListAF fine-tuneAF fine-tune (On/Off) Fine-tune focus for different lens types. Use only when required.Saved valueDefaultList saved valuesNon

Seite 73 - Basic Settings

151Menu ListHDMIOutput resolution Adjust settings for connection to HDMI devices.AdvancedOutput rangeExternal recording controlOutput data depthN-Log

Seite 74 - A Low-Light AF

152 Menu ListAirplane mode (defaults to Disable)Enable Select Enable to disable the camera’s built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi functions. The Bluetooth and

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153Menu ListWireless transmitter (WT-7)Wireless transmitter Adjust settings for connection to computers or ftp servers via wireless or Ethernet networ

Seite 76 - A Quick Focus-Point Selection

154 Menu ListN The Retouch Menu: Creating Retouched CopiesNEF (RAW) processingSelect image(s) Create JPEG copies of NEF (RAW) photographs.Select dateS

Seite 77 - ❚❚ Subject Tracking

155Menu ListImage overlayCombine two existing NEF (RAW) photos to create a single picture that is saved separately from the originals. This option is

Seite 78 - The Touch Shutter

156 Menu ListO My Menu/m Recent SettingsAdd itemsPLAYBACK MENU Create a custom menu of up to 20 items selected from the playback, photo shooting, movi

Seite 79 - 59Basic Settings

xvNIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S Lens User’s Manual...217FTZ Mount Adapter User’s Manual ...226Approved

Seite 80 - Manual Focus

157TroubleshootingTroubleshootingYou may be able to resolve any issues with the camera by following the steps below. Check this list before consulting

Seite 81 - A Focus Peaking

158 TroubleshootingSolutions to some common issues are listed below.Battery/DisplayProblems and SolutionsThe camera is on but does not respond: Wait f

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159TroubleshootingShootingThe camera takes time to turn on: Delete files or folders.The shutter-release is disabled:• The memory card is full.• Releas

Seite 83 - 63Basic Settings

160 TroubleshootingPhotographs and movies do not appear to have the same exposure as the preview shown in the display: To preview the effects of chang

Seite 84 - D Studio Flash Lighting

161TroubleshootingPlaybackThe camera cannot measure white balance: The subject is too dark or too bright.Images cannot be selected as source for prese

Seite 85 - A Color Temperature

162 TroubleshootingPictures cannot be deleted: The pictures are protected. Remove protection.Pictures cannot be retouched: The picture cannot be edite

Seite 86 - Silent Photography

163TroubleshootingBluetooth and Wi-Fi (Wireless Networks)MiscellaneousSmart devices do not display the camera SSID (network name):• Confirm that Disab

Seite 87 - 4 Choose a rating

164 TroubleshootingThis section lists the indicators and error messages that appear in the control panel and camera display.IndicatorsThe following in

Seite 88 - 3 Select Protect

165Troubleshootingc(flashes)—Flash has fired at full power; photo may be underexposed.Check photo in display; if underexposed, adjust settings and try

Seite 89 - Shooting Controls

166 TroubleshootingError MessagesError messages in the camera display are sometimes accompanied by indicators in the control panel.MessageControl pane

Seite 90 - S: Shutter-Priority Auto

xviTo prevent damage to property or injury to yourself or to others, read “For Your Safety” in its entirety before using this product.Keep these safet

Seite 91 - M: Manual

167TroubleshootingCannot display this file.—File was edited on computer or does not comply with DCF standards, or file is corrupt.File cannot be viewe

Seite 93 - 4 Select a position

169Technical NotesTechnical NotesRead this chapter for information on the camera display, compatible accessories, cleaning and storing the camera, and

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170 Technical Notes11 AF-area mode...55, 131, 13712 Active D-Lighting ... 110, 129, 13613 Picture Control ...93, 128, 13514 Wh

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171Technical NotesD Temperature WarningsIf the camera temperature becomes elevated, a temperature warning will be displayed together with a count-down

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172 Technical Notes❚❚ The Information Display151614171819910111268521743131 Shooting mode ...692 Flexible program indicator

Seite 97 - D Frame Advance Rate

173Technical Notes20 21 22 24 25 262327 2835363440 293339 3037413238 3120 Bluetooth connection indicator ...152Airp

Seite 98 - D The Memory Buffer

174 Technical NotesThe Monitor: Movie ModeThe following indicators appear in the monitor in movie mode.1011121312 34657891 Recording indicator ...

Seite 99 - 1 Select self-timer mode

175Technical NotesThe Viewfinder: Photo ModeThe following indicators appear in the viewfinder in photo mode.38433940414219374445221412 1321 3 4 5 6 7

Seite 100 - 4 Start the timer

189Technical NotesAttaching a Power Connector and AC AdapterTurn the camera off before attaching an optional power connector and AC adapter.1 Ready th

Seite 101 - The Sub-Selector

xvii• Do not directly view the sun or other bright light source through the lens.Failure to observe this precaution could result in visual impairment.

Seite 102 - 2 Lock focus and exposure

190 Technical Notes4 Connect the EH-5c/EH-5b AC adapter.Connect the AC adapter power cable to the AC socket on the AC adapter (e) and the power cable

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191Technical NotesLearn how to store, clean, and care for your camera.StorageWhen the camera will not be used for an extended period, remove the batte

Seite 104 - The i Button

192 Technical NotesImage Sensor CleaningIf you suspect that dirt or dust on the image sensor is appearing in photographs, you can clean the sensor usi

Seite 105 - The Photo-Mode i Menu

193Technical NotesD Image Sensor CleaningUsing camera controls during shutdown interrupts image sensor cleaning.If image sensor cleaning is performed

Seite 106 - Set Picture Control

194 Technical Notes❚❚ “Automatic Cleaning”Choose from the following options:1 Select Automatic Cleaning.Display the Clean image sensor menu as describ

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195Technical NotesManual CleaningIf foreign matter cannot be removed from the image sensor using image sensor cleaning, the sensor can be cleaned manu

Seite 108 - ❚❚ Modifying Picture Controls

196 Technical NotesD Foreign Matter on the Image SensorForeign matter entering the camera when lenses or body caps are removed or exchanged (or in rar

Seite 109 - D “A” (Auto)

197Technical NotesDo not drop: The product may malfunction if subjected to strong shocks or vibration.Keep dry: This product is not waterproof, and ma

Seite 110 - D Filter Effects

198 Technical NotesCleaning: When cleaning the camera body, use a blower to gently remove dust and lint, then wipe gently with a soft, dry cloth. Afte

Seite 111 - White Balance

199Technical NotesNotes on the monitor and viewfinder: These displays are constructed with extremely high precision; at least 99.99% of pixels are eff

Seite 113

xviii• Turn this product off when its use is prohibited. Disable wireless features when the use of wireless equipment is prohibited.The radio-frequenc

Seite 114 - 2 Select a preset

200 Technical Notes• Remove the battery from the camera or charger when not in use and replace the terminal cover. These devices draw minute amounts o

Seite 115 - 4 Measure white balance

201Technical Notes• Battery capacity may temporarily drop if the battery is charged at low temperatures or used at a temperature below the temperature

Seite 116 - D Managing Presets

202 Technical NotesNikon Z7/Z6 Digital CameraSpecificationsTypeType Digital camera with support for interchangeable lensesLens mount Nikon Z mountLens

Seite 117 - Image Quality

203Technical NotesImage size (pixels) - 1 : 1 (24×24) image area5504 × 5504 (Large: 30.3 M)4128 × 4128 (Medium: 17.0 M)2752 × 2752 (Small: 7.6 M)- 16

Seite 118 - A NEF (RAW)

204 Technical NotesFile format • NEF (RAW): 12 or 14 bit (lossless compressed, compressed, or uncompressed); large, medium, and small available (mediu

Seite 119 - Image Size

205Technical NotesEyepoint 21 mm (−1.0m−1; from center surface of viewfinder eyepiece lens)Diopter adjustment −4 – +2m−1Eye sensor Automatically swi

Seite 120 - Flash Mode

206 Technical NotesExposureMetering system TTL metering using camera image sensorMetering mode • Matrix metering• Center-weighted metering: Weight of

Seite 121 - Metering

207Technical NotesFocusAutofocus Hybrid phase-detection/contrast AF with AF assistDetection range (single-servo AF/AF-S, photo shooting mode, ISO 100,

Seite 122 - Wi-Fi Connection

208 Technical NotesFlash-ready indicator Lights when optional flash unit is fully charged; flashes as underexposure warning after flash is fired at fu

Seite 123 - Active D-Lighting

209Technical NotesFile format MOV, MP4Video compression H.264/MPEG-4 Advanced Video CodingAudio recording format Linear PCM, AACAudio recording device

Seite 124 - Release Mode

xix• Charge only as indicated.Failure to observe this precaution could result in the batteries leaking, overheating, rupturing, or catching fire.• If

Seite 125 - Vibration Reduction

210 Technical NotesMonitorMonitor8-cm/3.2-in., approx. 2100k-dot tilting TFT touch-sensitive LCD with 170° viewing angle, approximately 100% frame cov

Seite 126 - Focus Mode

211Technical NotesBluetooth • Communication protocols: Bluetooth Specification Version 4.2• Operating frequency:Bluetooth: 2402–2480 MHzBluetooth Low

Seite 127 - The Movie-Mode i Menu

212 Technical Notes• Unless otherwise stated, all measurements are performed in conformity with Camera and Imaging Products Association (CIPA) standar

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213Technical Notes❚❚ EH-7P Charging AC Adapter (Supplied with the Z 7 Only)The EH-7P comes with a plug adapter attached in countries or regions where

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214 Technical NotesA Trademark InformationIOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco Systems, Inc., in the United States and/or other countri

Seite 130 - ❚❚ Slow-Motion Movies

215Technical NotesA FreeType License (FreeType2)Portions of this software are copyright © 2012 The FreeType Project ( All ri

Seite 131 - Microphone Sensitivity

216 Technical NotesA Supported Standards• DCF Version 2.0: The Design Rule for Camera File System (DCF) is a standard widely used in the digital camer

Seite 132 - Choose Image Area

217Technical Notes ➜ NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S Lens User’s ManualThis section is included as a lens manual for purchasers of the NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S l

Seite 133 - Electronic VR

218 Technical Notes ➜ NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S Lens User’s Manual1 Lens hoodLens hoods block stray light that would otherwise cause flare or ghosting. T

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219Technical Notes ➜ NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S Lens User’s Manual❚❚ Attachment and RemovalAttaching the Lens1 Turn the camera off, remove the body cap, a

Seite 135 - 122 The i Button

xx•No part of the manuals included with this product may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any

Seite 136 - Menu List

220 Technical Notes ➜ NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S Lens User’s Manual❚❚ Before UseThe lens is retractable and must be extended before use. Rotate the zoom r

Seite 137 - 124 Menu List

221Technical Notes ➜ NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S Lens User’s Manual❚❚ Attaching and Removing the Lens HoodAlign the lens hood mounting mark (I) with the le

Seite 138 - Shooting Options

222 Technical Notes ➜ NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S Lens User’s ManualPrecautions for Use• Do not pick up or hold the lens or camera using only the lens hood

Seite 139 - 126 Menu List

223Technical Notes ➜ NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S Lens User’s ManualLens Care• Removing dust is normally sufficient to clean the glass surfaces of the lens.

Seite 140 - D Text Entry

224 Technical Notes ➜ NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S Lens User’s ManualAccessories❚❚ Supplied Accessories• LC-72B 72 mm snap-on Front Lens Cap• LF-N1 Rear Len

Seite 141 - 128 Menu List

225Technical Notes ➜ NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S Lens User’s ManualSpecificationsNikon reserves the right to change the appearance, specifications, and per

Seite 142 - 129Menu List

226 Technical Notes ➜ FTZ Mount Adapter User’s ManualThis mount adapter allows Nikon F mount NIKKOR lenses to be mounted on Nikon Z mount mirrorless c

Seite 143 - 130 Menu List

227Technical Notes ➜ FTZ Mount Adapter User’s ManualThe Mount Adapter❚❚ Parts of the Adapter Lens mount Camera mount123456781 Nikon F mount (attaches

Seite 144 - 131Menu List

228 Technical Notes ➜ FTZ Mount Adapter User’s Manual❚❚ Attachment and Removal Turn the camera off before attaching the adapter to or removing it from

Seite 145 - 132 Menu List

229Technical Notes ➜ FTZ Mount Adapter User’s Manual4 Attach the lens to the adapter.Keeping the lens mounting mark aligned with the lens mounting mar

Seite 146 - Movie Shooting Options

xxiNotice Concerning Prohibition of Copying or ReproductionNote that simply being in possession of material that has been digitally copied or reproduc

Seite 147 - 134 Menu List

230 Technical Notes ➜ FTZ Mount Adapter User’s ManualD CPU Lenses with Aperture RingsSelect minimum aperture (the highest f/-number) before attaching

Seite 148 - 135Menu List

231Technical Notes ➜ FTZ Mount Adapter User’s ManualUsing the Mount Adapter• Autofocus may not function as expected when the adapter is used with an F

Seite 149 - 136 Menu List

232 Technical Notes ➜ FTZ Mount Adapter User’s ManualCaring for the Adapter• Do not touch the interior of the mount adapter. Use a blower or soft brus

Seite 150 - 137Menu List

233Technical NotesThe camera can be used with XQD memory cards. Cards with write speeds of 45MB/s (300×) or better are recommended for movie recordin

Seite 151 - 138 Menu List

234 Technical NotesThe following table shows the approximate number of pictures that can be stored on a 64 GB Sony G-series QD-G64E XQD card at differ

Seite 152 - Fine-Tuning Camera Settings

235Technical NotesZ6:1 All figures are approximate. File size varies with scene recorded.2 Maximum number of exposures that can be stored in memory bu

Seite 153 - 140 Menu List

236 Technical NotesThe approximate length of footage or number of shots that can be recorded with a fully-charged EN-EL15b1 battery varies with the mo

Seite 154 - 141Menu List

237Technical NotesNotices for Customers in the U.S.A.Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Radio Frequency Interference StatementThis equipment has

Seite 155 - 142 Menu List

238 Technical NotesPower CableAt voltages over AC 125 V (U.S.A. only): The power cable must be rated for the voltage in use, be at least AWG no. 18 ga

Seite 156 - 143Menu List

239Technical NotesCompliance with FCC requirement 15.407(c)Data transmission is always initiated by software, which is the passed down through the MAC

Seite 157 - D Auto FP High-Speed Sync

xxiiUse Only Nikon Brand Electronic AccessoriesNikon cameras are designed to the highest standards and include complex electronic circuitry. Only Niko

Seite 158 - 145Menu List

240 Technical NotesFCC/ISED RF Exposure StatementThe available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are associated with using lo

Seite 159 - 146 Menu List

241Technical NotesSecurityAlthough one of the benefits of this product is that it allows others to freely connect for the wireless exchange of data an

Seite 160 - 147Menu List

242 Technical NotesSymbolsb (Auto mode) ...41, 45, 69P (Programmed auto) ...69, 70S (Shutter-priority auto) ...

Seite 161 - 148 Menu List

243Technical NotesBulb ...76CCable clip... 188Camera

Seite 162 - 149Menu List

244 Technical NotesFocus lock ...88, 89Focus mode...53, 113, 121Focus point...

Seite 163 - 150 Menu List

245Technical NotesOOnline manual... 123PPhoto shooting menu ... 125Photo/movie selector...

Seite 164 - 151Menu List

246 Technical NotesTime zone and date...39Touch controls ...10, 58Touch screen ...

Seite 166 - D “Reset All Settings”

No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles or reviews), may be made without writ

Seite 168 - 155Menu List

1Getting to Know the CameraGetting to Know the CameraTake a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the names and functions of camera controls and di

Seite 179 - Error Messages

2 Getting to Know the CameraThe Camera Body (Continued)123136459810117121 Image sensor ... 1922 Monitor mode button ...

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3Getting to Know the Camera20 19 1718131211141516162435879101 Eye sensor...82 Viewfinder ...

Seite 194 - 2 Select an option

4 Getting to Know the CameraThe Camera Body (Continued)542381091671 Sub-command dial ...172 Fn1 button ...

Seite 195 - 3 Clean the sensor

5Getting to Know the CameraThe Control PanelThe control panel lights when the camera is on. At default settings, the following indicators are displaye

Seite 196 - 196 Technical Notes

iThe Reference Manual (pdf)In addition to the material covered in the User’s Manual (this manual), the Reference Manual details the options available

Seite 197 - Cautions

6 Getting to Know the CameraThe Monitor and ViewfinderAt default settings, the following indicators appear in the monitor and viewfinder in photo mode

Seite 198 - 198 Technical Notes

7Getting to Know the CameraThe following items appear in movie mode.18 Aperture... 7119 Shutter speed ...

Seite 199 - 199Technical Notes

8 Getting to Know the CameraThis section outlines how to use various camera controls and displays.The ViewfinderPlacing your eye to the viewfinder act

Seite 200 - 200 Technical Notes

9Getting to Know the CameraPress the monitor mode button to cycle through the displays as follows.Automatic display switch: The display switches from

Seite 201 - 201Technical Notes

10 Getting to Know the CameraTouch ControlsThe touch-sensitive monitor can be used to adjust camera settings, focus and release the shutter, view phot

Seite 202 - Specifications

11Getting to Know the Camera❚❚ Adjusting SettingsTap highlighted settings in the display and choose the desired option by tapping icons or sliders. Pr

Seite 203 - 203Technical Notes

12 Getting to Know the CameraUse stretch and pinch gestures to zoom in and out and slide to scroll. You can also give the display two quick taps to zo

Seite 204 - 204 Technical Notes

13Getting to Know the Camera❚❚ The i MenuTap the i icon to display the i menu during shooting (0 21, 91).Tap items to view options.❚❚ Text EntryWhen a

Seite 205 - 205Technical Notes

14 Getting to Know the Camera❚❚ Navigating the MenusSlide up or down to scroll.Tap a menu icon to choose a menu.Tap menu items to display options and

Seite 206 - 206 Technical Notes

15Getting to Know the CameraThe DISP ButtonUse the DISP button to view or hide indicators in the monitor or viewfinder.❚❚ Photo ModeIn photo mode, pre

Seite 208 - 208 Technical Notes

16 Getting to Know the Camera❚❚ Movie ModeIn movie mode, pressing the DISP button cycles the display as follows:Indicators on Simplified displayVirtua

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17Getting to Know the CameraThe Sub-SelectorUse the sub-selector as a joystick to select the focus point, or press the center of the sub-selector to l

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18 Getting to Know the CameraThe G ButtonPress the G button to view the menus.❚❚ Using the MenusYou can navigate the menus using the multi selector an

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19Getting to Know the Camera1 Highlight the icon for the current menu.Press 4 to highlight the icon for the current menu.2 Select a menu.Press 1 or 3

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20 Getting to Know the Camera5 Display options.Press 2 to display options for the selected menu item.6 Highlight an option.Press 1 or 3 to highlight a

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21Getting to Know the CameraThe i Button (i Icon)For quick access to frequently-used settings, press the i button or tap the i icon in the display.Tap

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22 Getting to Know the Camera❚❚ Customizing the i MenuThe items displayed in the photo-mode i menu can be chosen using Custom Setting f1 (Customize i

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23Getting to Know the CameraA Options That Can Be Assigned to the i MenuThe following options can be assigned to the i menu for photo mode:• Choose im

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24 Getting to Know the CameraThe Function Buttons (Fn1 and Fn2)The Fn1 and Fn2 buttons can also be used for quick access to selected settings during s

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25Getting to Know the Camera2 Choose a button.Highlight the option for the desired button and press J. Select Fn1 button to choose the role played by

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26 Getting to Know the CameraA Roles That Can Be Assigned to the Function ButtonsThe following roles can be assigned to the function buttons in photo

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27First StepsFirst StepsComplete the steps in this chapter before taking pictures for the first time.A strap is supplied with the camera; additional s

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28 First StepsThe battery can be charged using the supplied battery charger or a charging AC adapter (a charging AC adapter is supplied with the Z 7,

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29First StepsThe CHARGE lamp will flash while the battery charges. An exhausted battery will fully charge in about two hours and 35 minutes.Charging A

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30 First Steps2 After confirming that the camera is off, connect the charging AC adapter and plug the adapter in. Insert the plug or plug adapter stra

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31First StepsD The CHARGE LampIf the battery cannot be charged using the charging AC adapter, for example because the battery is not compatible or the

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32 First StepsBefore inserting or removing the battery or memory cards, confirm that the camera power switch is in the OFF position. Insert the batter

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33First StepsD Removing the BatteryTo remove the battery, turn the camera off and open the battery-chamber cover. Press the battery latch in the direc

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34 First StepsBattery LevelThe battery level is shown in the shooting display and control panel while the camera is on.The battery level display chang

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35First StepsD Memory Cards• Memory cards may be hot after use. Observe due caution when removing memory cards from the camera.• Turn the power off be

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ivPackage Contents... iiFor Your Safety...

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36 First StepsThe camera can be used with Z mount lenses. Before attaching or removing lenses, confirm that the camera power switch is in the OFF posi

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37First StepsD F Mount LensesBe sure to attach the FTZ mount adapter (supplied or available separately, 0 226) before using F mount lenses. Attempting

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38 First StepsThe language option in the setup menu is automatically highlighted the first time menus are displayed. Choose a language and set the cam

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39First Steps4 Select Time zone and date.Highlight Time zone and date and press 2.5 Choose a time zone.Select Time zone and choose your current time z

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40 First Steps8 Choose a date format.To choose the order in which the year, month, and day are displayed, select Date format, then highlight the desir

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41Basic Photography and PlaybackBasic Photography and PlaybackThis chapter explains the basics of taking and viewing photos.Follow the steps below to

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46 Basic Photography and Playback4 Start recording.Press the movie-record button to start recording. While recording is in progress, the camera will d


47Basic Photography and PlaybackIn movie mode, photos can be taken without interrupting recording by pressing the shutter-release button all the way d

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48 Basic Photography and PlaybackD Recording MoviesRecording ends automatically when the maximum length is reached or the memory card fills or if the

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49Basic Photography and PlaybackPhotographs and movies can be viewed on the camera.1 Press the K button.A picture will appear in the display.2 View ad

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vBasic Photography and Playback 41Taking Photographs (b Mode) ... 41Shooting Movies (b Mode)...

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50 Basic Photography and PlaybackThe following operations can be performed:Operation DescriptionPause Press 3 to pause playback.PlayPress J to resume

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51Basic Photography and PlaybackDeleting Unwanted PicturesPress the O button to delete the current picture. Note that pictures cannot be recovered onc

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52 Basic Photography and Playback

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53Basic SettingsBasic SettingsThis chapter covers basic shooting and playback settings.Focus can be adjusted automatically, manually, or using touch c

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54 Basic SettingsAF-CContinuous AFFor moving subjects. The camera focuses continuously while the shutter-release button is pressed halfway; if the sub

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55Basic SettingsAF-Area ModeAF-area mode controls how the camera selects the focus-point for autofocus. AF-area mode can be selected using the AF-area

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56 Basic SettingsfWide-area AF (S)The camera focuses on a point selected by the user. Use with stationary subjects. The focus points for Wide-area AF

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57Basic Settings❚❚ Subject TrackingWhen Auto-area AF is selected for AF-area mode, pressing J enables focus tracking. The focus point will change to a

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58 Basic SettingsThe Touch ShutterTouch controls can be used to focus and release the shutter. Touch the display to focus and lift your finger to rele

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59Basic SettingsD Taking Pictures Using Touch Shooting OptionsThe shutter-release button can be used to focus and take pictures even when the W icon i

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viThe Sub-Selector...88Focus-Point Selection...

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60 Basic SettingsManual FocusManual focus can be used when autofocus does not produce the desired results. Position the focus point over your subject

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61Basic SettingsD Lenses with Focus-Mode SelectionManual focus can be selected using the controls on the lens.D Focal Plane PositionTo determine the d

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62 Basic SettingsWhite balance ensures that white objects appear white, regardless of the color of the light source. The default setting (j) is recomm

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63Basic Settings* Color temperature. All values are approximate and do not reflect fine-tuning (if applicable).Option K*Description4AutoWhite balance

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64 Basic Settings* Color temperature. All values are approximate and do not reflect fine-tuning (if applicable).Option K*DescriptionKChoose color tem

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65Basic SettingsD White Balance Fine-TuningAt settings other than Choose color temperature, white balance can be fine-tuned using the White balance it

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66 Basic SettingsTo enable the electronic shutter and eliminate the noise and vibration caused by operation of the mechanical shutter, select On for S

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67Basic SettingsSelected pictures can be rated or marked as candidates for later deletion. Ratings can also be viewed in Capture NX-D and ViewNX-i. Pr

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68 Basic SettingsUse the Protect option in the i menu to protect pictures from accidental deletion. Note that this does NOT prevent pictures being del

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69Shooting ControlsShooting ControlsThis chapter describes controls that can be used during shooting.Press the mode dial lock release and rotate the m

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viiMenu List 123D The Playback Menu: Managing Images...123Delete...

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70 Shooting ControlsP: Programmed AutoIn this mode, the camera automatically adjusts shutter speed and aperture according to a built-in program to ens

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71Shooting ControlsA: Aperture-Priority AutoIn aperture-priority auto, you choose the aperture while the camera automatically selects the shutter spee

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72 Shooting ControlsD Exposure IndicatorsThe exposure indicators show whether the photograph would be under- or over-exposed at current settings. Depe

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73Shooting ControlsUser Settings: U1, U2, and U3 ModesAssign frequently-used settings to the U1, U2, and U3 positions on the mode dial.❚❚ Saving User

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81Shooting ControlsIn modes other than b, exposure compensation can be used to alter exposure from the value suggested by the camera, making pictures

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82 Shooting ControlsAt values other than ±0.0, a E icon will be displayed after you release the E button. The current value for exposure compensation

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83Shooting ControlsThe “release mode” determines what happens when the shutter-release button is pressed. To choose a release mode, hold the c (E) but

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84 Shooting ControlsXContinuous H (extended)While the shutter-release button is held down, the camera records up to about 9 frames per second (Z 7) or

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85Shooting ControlsD The Memory BufferThe camera is equipped with a memory buffer for temporary storage, allowing shooting to continue while photograp

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86 Shooting ControlsIn movie mode, you can choose the operation performed when the shutter-release button is pressed (0 45). Regardless of the option

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