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PREPARATION FOR USE_______Installing the BatteryThe exposure measurement and shutter control circuits of the EL2 are powered by a single

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inserting and properly seating the battery, snap the chamber lid shut, unlock the mirror and remount the lens preparatory to shooting.C

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Removing the BatteryThe battery chamber’s built-in ejector-type mechanism makes for easier removal operation when removing/ replacing the

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Checking the BatteryThe EL2 is provided with a special circuit that enables the photographer to check the battery power condition with

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PREPARATION FOR USE —continuedLoading the FilmSlide the camera back latch release at the side of the rewind knob to the rear and, whil

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Prior to ShootingFold out the rewind crank and turn it gently in the direction of the engraved arrow until you feel a slight tensio

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been loaded properly and is being advanced. Then, fold the crank flat for film storage.After advancing the film two frames to dispose of any

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OPERATION OF CAMERA CONTROLSSetting the Film SpeedAs film response sensitivity during exposure to light (called “film speed”) varies with


Setting the Shutter SpeedThe Nikon EL2 is set for automatic or manual shutter speed selection via the shutter-speed dial positioned to the

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the lock depressed, rotate the dial counterclockwise off of the “A" position; when the dial is aligned with white settings of fro

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NOMENCLATUREShutter-speed dial lockShutter-speed dialLens mounting flangeReflex mirrorBattery chamberFilm rewind knobCamera back latch releaseThreaded

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OPERATION OF CAMERA CONTROLS-continuedSetting the ApertureThe ring fitted at the base of the lens adjusts the size of the aperture (or opening) in

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Frame CounterThe frame counter operates automatically to show how many frames have been exposed. When the camera back is opened for loading,

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Shutter Release Button Lock A special control is fitted around the base of the shutter release button to provide for greater ease of

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OPERATION OF CAMERA CONTROLS-continuedSelf-TimerThe built-in self-timer can be used to trip the shutter after a delay of approximately 1


UNLOADING FILMWhen the frame counter indicates the last exposure has been made, or when the film-advance lever can no longer be stroked, the roll

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After opening the camera back, carefully lift the film cartridge free of the film chamber. Note that as the film- advance lever is stroked

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HOI.DING THE CAMERACamera shake is one of the most common causes of unsharp pictures, especially at slow shutter speeds. Learn to hold the camera

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SHUTTER RELEASE OPERATIONFor sharp pictures, correct shutter releasing is just as important as steady camera holding. After advancing th

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Operation via Cable Release The shutter-release button can also be tripped via a cable release or similar accessory for more vibration-f

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Distance scaleFocusing ringAperture ringMeter coupling ridgeASA film-speed dialASA film-speed scaleFilm rewind crankFilm-speed scale indexPower check

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Focusing is done at full aperture with Nikkor lenses fitted with an automatic diaphragm. This technique provides the brightest po


Out of focusIn focus21

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FOCUSING — continued________Infrared PhotographyThe plane of sharpest focus for infrared light is slightly more distant than its counterpart


Film-Plane IndicatorUnder various precision shooting situations, such as close-up photography, it is often necessary to measure the film

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DEPTH OF FIELDDepth of field refers to the zone of acceptable focus extending in front of, and behind, the plane of sharpest focus. Within

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Depth-of-Field IndicatorsDepth of field can be read directly from the distance scale in meters or feet with the aid of the color-co

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Lens at f/8: Depth of field extended in front of/behind the main subject.

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Aperture/Distance scale indexMeter coupling shoeDepth-of-field indicatorsShutter-speed scaleFrame counterMeter ON indexFilm-advance leverFilm-plane in


Lens at f/16: Sharp focus is extended to encompass the entire foreground and background.

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The exposure meter of the Nikon EL2 utilizes Nikon’s through-the-lens center-weighted exposure measurement at full aperture. The mete

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Automatic Shutter Speed Selection When set to the “A” shutter-speed dial setting, the EL2 is capable of fully automatic selection of th

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EXPOSURE MEASUREMENT-continuedManual Shutter Speed Selection When the shutter-speed dial is set to other than the “A” setting, manual shutter speed

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Deliberateone-stepunderexposure. . . and one-step overexposure.


Exposure ControlThe amount of light reaching the film plane is determined by a combination of the lens aperture and the shutter sp

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EXPOSURE MEASUREMENT-continuedMetering RangeIf the black meter needle fails to leave the "A” or “B” positions during auto (or fail

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• Metering with a bright area in the center will cause underexposure of the main subject.

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• For correct exposure, first measure the main subject; then, recompose and shoot.

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BRIEF GUIDE TO CAMERA HANDLINGThe Nikon EL2’s conveniently-placed controls and fully automatic shutter facilitate operation under even rapi

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STOP-DOWN EXPOSURE MEASUREMENTWith some Nikkor lenses, full-aperture exposure measurement is not possible, either because the lens has no autom

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For automatic diaphragm lenses with no coupling ridge, first set the shutter-speed dial for either automatic or manual shutter speed selectio

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Caution: To avoid accidental damage, make sure you do not use excessive force when raising up the lever.33

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EXPOSURE COMPENSATION ADJUSTMENTSSome exposure correction may be necessary when certain types of films are used for copying or photomicrography

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EV RANGE OF THE CAMERAThe camera’s meter may be used only within the shutter speed range covered by the exposure value (EV) range of the met

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Auto exposure control with stop-down meteringWhen using a bellows or other extension equipment which disengages the meter coupling device, it

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EV RANGE OF THE CAMERA-continued How to read the EV range chartThe chart indicates the EV (for ASA 100) vs. shutterspeed range.To determine the shutt



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The Nikon EL2 camera is designed to synchronize with most types of flashbulbs at almost all shutter speeds and with electronic flash at sp

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MIRROR LOCKUPThe reflex mirror must be locked in the up position when using either the Fisheye-Nikkor 6mm f/5.6 or the OP Fisheye-Ni

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TIPS ON CAMERA CAREGood camera care is primarily common-sense care. Treat your Nikon EL2 camera as you would any other precision opti


perature and, then, store in a cool, dry location. Remember that failure to dry out the camera may result in the growth of fungus on lens surfac

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To remove the lens from the camera body, press the lens release button and, holding the button depressed, twist the lens clockwise as far as it


until it clicks and locks into place. These steps provide for full mounting of the lens, while simultaneously indexing the lens’ maximu

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Coupling Lever Lock/Release OperationThe EL2 is fitted with a meter coupling lever at the base of the lens to provide for coupling between the meterin

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ACCESSORIESAuto Winder AW-1The compact and lightweight Nikon Auto Winder AW-1 is a precision drive accessory which offers greater versatility

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CONTENTSForeword...Preparation for use...‘Installing the battery...Removin


Lens HoodsThe use of a lens hood is recommended at all times to prevent extraneous light from striking the lens (a cause of flare and ghost),

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Camera CasesAvailable in both hard and soft (pouch) construction, Nikon camera cases offer excellent protection for your camera body

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Ту^е of camera: 35mm single-lens reflex (SLR)Picture format: 24mm x 36mm (35mm film format) Lens mount: Nikon F mount (bayonet type)Lenses available:

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Exposure metering: Through-the-lens, center-weighted, full-aperture measurement employing two silicon photo-diodes (SPD) for fast response; exp

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Qilkoii)NIPPON KOGAKU K.K.No reproduction in any form of this booklet, in «Stole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles or review

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Exposure measurement.... 26Automatic shutter speed selection... 26Manual shutter spe


FOREWORDThe Nikon EL2 camera offers the serious photographer the highest standard of quality, performance, convenience and versatility a

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