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Seite 1 - INSTRUCTION MANUAL

NikonNSJDINSTRUCTION MANUAL

Seite 2 - CONTENTS

Command dial/shift button functionsCombined with buttons listed below, the command dial and shift button provide various functions.Button With Command

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SB-24SB-23SB-22SB-20

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CLOSE-UP ACCESSORIESFor nature lovers, scientists, even general use, close-up photography provides the means to see the world in all its smaller deta

Seite 5 - FOREWORD

*PK rings do not use lens' electronic contacts. All functions related to those contacts are inoperable when using these rings.Clo

Seite 6 - NOMENCLATURE

Nikon Bellows Attachment PB-6Mounts between the N6000 and lens for close-up and macro photography. You can vary lens extension, producing reproductio

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Note on Close-Up Photography• In close-up photography, depth of field is generally shallow. Thus, you must stop lens aperture down as much as possibl

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VIEWING ACCESSORIESEyepiece correction iensesTo correct both near- and farsightedness, nine lenses are available from —5 to -1-3 diopter values. Thes

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OTHER ACCESSORIESLens HoodsThese are recommended to prevent stray light from entering the iens and causing ghost images and flare. Four types are avai

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FiltersNikon offers a wide selection of filters of various sizes and types to meet the needs of color and black-and-white photography. These filters

Seite 12 - BASIC OPERATION

Nikon FiltersTypeFilterdesignationFilter factor Screw-in type (mm)Drop-intype(Series IX)Bayonet-mounttypeDaylightTungstenlight39 52 62 72 77829512216

Seite 13 - MOUNTING THE LENS

LCD panel indications1. Exposure mode2. Film speed setting mode3. Shutter speed/film speed (for manual film speed seffing)/num- ber of frames for auf

Seite 14 - INSTALLING BATTERY

Semi-Soft Camera CasesTwo types are available: the CF-45 for use with AF Zoom- Nikkor 35-70mm f/3.3-f/4.5 or smaller lens, and the CF-46 for AF Zoom-N

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CAMERA CARE TIPS1. Never touch reflex mirror or focusing screen. Remove dust with a blower brush.2. Never touch shutter curtains.3. Never touch DX co

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4. Do not leave camera in a hot place. 5. Keep camera away from water or moisture. When using camera near water, guard against splashes, especially s

Seite 19 - BASIC SHOOTING

NOTES ON BATTERIES1. When not using camera for a long period, remove battery.3. When replacing battery, be sure to use fresh battery.2, Battery powe

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SPECIFICATIONSType of cameraPicture formatLens mount LensExposure meteringMetering range Exposure meterExposure modesProgrammed auto exposure controiS

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Manual exposure controlExposurecompensationAuto exposure lockAuto exposure bracketingShutterShutter release Shutter speedsViewfinderEyepoint Eyepiece

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Focusing screenFilm speed range Film speed setting Self-timerRefiex mirror Flash sync controlFlashsynchronizationFixed Nikon Type K screen with centra

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Automatic Balanced Fill-Flash Manual flash light outputcompensation Flash ready-lightAccessory shoe Film loading Film advancePossible with Nikon-dedic

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Number of film rolls per fresh battery*at 20°C (68°F)at -10°C (14°F)With 36-exposure film rollsapprox. 140 approx. 80With 24-exposure film rollsappr

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shutter does not operate, batteries are exhausted or improperly loaded Dimensions (WxHxD) 154.5 x 96 x 65mm or 6.1 x 3.8 x 2.6 in. Weight Approx. 565

Seite 27 - PHOTOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES

GLOSSARY-Balanced fill-flash operationA method of flash photography which keeps flash brightness in balance with the ambient light. N6000 provides aut

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and an aperture of f/1.4 is defined as EV1.The camera’s meter may be used only within EV range of the exposure meter. For example, with the N6000, exp

Seite 29 - SETTING FOR DX-CODED FILMS

Fill-flashA method of flash photography which combines flash illumination and ambient light, but does not necessarily attempt to balance the two type

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LCDLiquid Crystal Display. For the N6000, used on the panel on top of camera body and inside viewfinder.Manual flashFlash output is fixed in manual fl

Seite 31 - MANUAL FILM SPEED SETTING

TTLThrough-The-Lens. Most SLR cameras have built-in meters which measure light after it has passed through the lens, a feature that enables exposure r

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In certain cases, due to static electricity or poorly loaded battery, the N6000’s microcomputer may turn the camera off, even with fresh, properly ins

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WARNING INDICATIONSLCD panel ShutterCause and remedyI I I I I I I-All indicators shown blinkLocksBattery power is insufficient. Replace with a fresh b

Seite 34 - FILM ADVANCE MODE SETTING

LCD panelShutterCause and remedyI blinks Can be releasedYou set Matrix metering though a lens without CPU is attached. Metering system is automaticall

Seite 35 - CONTINUOUS SHOOTING

MOUNTING THE LENSAligning lens mounting index on the camera body with lens' aperture index, twist lens counterclockwise until it locks securely i

Seite 36 - FOCUSING

LCD panel ShutterCause and remedyP i£3 Mr-3Fгг( !]sIIIGD So CH I )0 Q_r^HI appears in auto exposure modeCan be releasedOverexposure may occur.O E3E

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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 writ

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IF "Err" BLINKS ON THE LCD PANEL:During film advanceIf the camera detects a malfunction with the film transport function, film advance stops

Seite 39 - In focus

INSTALLING BATTERYOpen battery chamber cover by sliding the lock release.Insert 6V lithium battery pack (Duracell DL 223A, Panasonic CR-P2 or equival

Seite 40 - EXPOSURE METERING SYSTEMS

CHECKING BATTERY POWERSlide power switch to ON and confirm indications on LCD panel./“'mFu--------------Ni ZiC[>}] fUsfS.5( E)--------------VA

Seite 41 - METERING SYSTEM SETTING

LOADING FILMTo avoid fogging film (especially .| high-ISO film), do not load/unload I film in direct sunlight.1/"'m^ OC rC c ro

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Slide camera back lock release to open camera back.Insert film cartridge.Do not touch shutter curtains with i I your finger or with film leade

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Close camera back until lock release snaps closed.Lightly press shutter release button to confirm film installation symbol Q appears in LCD panel. Fra

Seite 44 - Scene containing the sun

BASIC SHOOTING< 3C cC C r« rJi.OQ«-(Push MODE and DRIVE buttons simultaneously for more than one second until 1-3 and 0 appear on the LCD panel (wh

Seite 45 - Outdoor backlit subject

CONTENTSFOREWORD... 3NOMENCLATURE ...

Seite 46 - Matrix Metering

The settings shown here are basic settings for the easiest, most common picture-taking situations using lenses with a CPU (such as AF Nikkor or Al-P l

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Set lens to its minimum aperture (highest f-number marked in orange on AF Nikkor lenses).With AF Nikkor or Al-P lenses, lock lens aperture at its mini

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Compose picture and lightly press shutter release button to turn meter on.DoOes fs.5, B (i_l ifConfirm exposure.When exposure is correct, shutter spe

Seite 49 - E. Sunset scenes

Fully depress shutter release button to take picture. Camera automatically advances film by one frame. LCD panel’s frame counter increases by one.Shut

Seite 50 - Center-Weighted Metering

REWINDING FILMFilm advance stops automatically at end of roll. Each time you press shutter release button, End and Q_ symbol on the LCD panel blink re

Seite 51 - EXPOSURE MODE

p..liQTo rewind film, while sliding film rewind lever in the direction of arrow, press film rewind button to start film rewinding. During film rewind,

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After rewind automatically stops, confirm frame counter shows “E,” and film installation symbol (Q) blinks for a few seconds.Open camera back and remo

Seite 53 - EXPOSURE MODE SETTING

CONTROLS IN DETAIL/ PHOTOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES21

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FILM SPEED SETTINGp1^•' MOk rC c fomic:3 rji.a( E)P.) /c'S fS.S( 5)The N6000 offers two ways to set film speed — automatic film speed sett

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USING AUTOMATIC FILM SPEED SETTING FOR DX-CODED FILMScio fflim»Usable film speed range for DX-coded film is ISO 25 to 5000.1. Slide power switch to O

Seite 56 - (Pm and P) AUTO

PROGRAMMED (Pm AND P) AUTO ...36-38FLEXIBLE PROGRAM...38SHUTTER-PRIORITY AUTO EXPOSUR

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If “Err,” ISO symbol and DX symbol are blinking;Non-DX-coded film or film with an unacceptabie DX code is loaded. Set ISO manually.

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MANUAL FILM SPEED SETTING^qglp^oWUi'№t©Usable range for manual film speed seffings is ISO 6 to 6400.1. Slide power switch to ON,2. While depres

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mi3. While pressing ISO button, rotate command dial until desired number is shown.Film speed setting display changes as follows:6 - 8 -10 - 12 -16 -

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You can modify exposure by intentionally setting film speed to a value different from that of film in use. For example, with ISO 100 film, set film sp

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FILM ADVANCE MODE SETTING®m «DU»Nikon N6000 has three automatic film-advance modes.To switch film-advance mode, press and hold DRIVE button and rotate

Seite 62 - At a slow shutter speed

SINGLE-FRAME SHOOTINGP.saic'S f5.5Q__( i]With film advance mode at@, fully depressing shutter release button takes one picture and automatically

Seite 63 - PRIORITY AUTO EXPOSURE

FOCUSING1.12mm-dia. central area2. Split-image rangefinder3. Microprism color4. Matte fieldIP .'г5 FS.SThe type K focusing screen that comes wit

Seite 64 - 4. Confirm aperture value

The N6000 viewfinder covers approx. 92% of the image area of the actual photograph so the actual picture comes out larger than the image in the viewfi

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A. Split-image focusingB. Microprism focusingC. Matte-fieid focusingOut of focus

Seite 67 - OPERATION IN APERTURE

MISCELLANEOUS...71-83CAMERA CARE TIPS ...72-7

Seite 68 - 3. Confirm shutter speed

EXPOSURE---------------------------------------EXPOSURE METERING SYSTEMSThe Nikon N6000 provides two types of exposure metering systems - ing and Cent

Seite 69 - MANUAL EXPOSURE MODE

METERING SYSTEM SETTING1. Slide main switch to ON.2. While pressing metering system button, rotate command dial until your desired symbol —1’3 for

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.MI.lгsQ«F- --( /)Matrix Metering is possible only with lenses that have a built-in CPU (such as AF Nikkor and Al-P lenses). When a lens without a bui

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METERING SYSTEM SELECTION - WHEN TO USE MATRIX OR CENTER-WEIGHTED METERINGIn scenes with both very bright and very dark areas, these two metering syst

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Scene containing the sunCenter-Weighted Metering

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Outdoor backlit subjectCenter-Weighted Metering

Seite 74 - SUBJECT OFF CENTER

Front-lit subjectIfMatrix MeteringCenter-Weighted Metering31

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D. Small dark subjects against a bright backgroundA subject significantly smaller than any of the Matrix Metering sections may not be recognized an

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Matrix MeteringCenter-Weighted Metering (without AE Lock)

Seite 77 - EXPOSURE COMPENSATION

E. Sunset scenesIf you want to emphasize a dramatic sunset but don’t want Matrix Metering to lighten the scene for a dark foreground subject, use Cen

Seite 78 - AE (AUTO EXPOSURE) LOCK LEVER

FOREWORDThank you for purchasing the Nikon N6000. We hope you enjoy using this camera. We know it will make photography a bigger part of your life.Bef

Seite 79 - 4. Recompose and shoot

Matrix Metering'' ' ' ' -Center-Weighted Metering33

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EXPOSURE MODELight reaching the film is controiled by the shutter and aperture. The proper combination of shutter and aperture settings results in th

Seite 81 - EXPOSURE COMPENSATION BUTTON

In Shutter-Priority auto exposure mode, you can manually set shutter speed as desired. That is, you can freeze the action with sharp, clear images usi

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e^RE*EXPOSURE MODE SETTINGAfter turning power switch on, while pressing MODE button, rotate command dial. Exposure mode changes in the following seque

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<03 lc*b fS.S DD IE'S fS.Sa Q_-( ;] a Q«_( /1Auto Multi-Program ManualShutter-Priority AutoHSiOC rC C (23 iC3 F D.O03 lES fS.Sa Q___( ;ia Q__(

Seite 84 - BRACKETING

p.* z>GQ (C5(E3Q__( i)For Programmed auto or Shutter-Priority auto exposure mode, use only lenses that have a built-in CPU such as AF Nikkor or Al-

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PROGRAMMED (Pm and P) AUTOThe N6000 offers two programmed auto exposure modes: Auto Multi-Program mode and Normal Program mode,I Picture sharpness ca

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Program ChartsThe EV (exposure value) charts demonstrate the difference between N6000 Auto Multi-Program and Normal Program. Follow either colored lin

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Operation in programmed auto exposure modeOperation for Auto Multi-Program and Normal Program are performed in the same manner. See the BASIC SHOOTING

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FLEXIBLE PROGRAMWhen you want to use a specific shutter speed or aperture in Programmed auto exposure mode, use the Flexible Program function. Flexi

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NOMENCLATUREFilm plane indicator: Exact distance from lens mounting flange to film plane is 46.5mm.LCD panel: See page 8.Power switchSelf-timer indica

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( c - rO i^LILI r U2. Turn command dial until desired shutter speed or aperture value appears in viewfinder and on LCD panel. •• When program is

Seite 91 - SELF-TIMER OPERATION

Subject movement and your ability to hold the camera steady will determine what shutter speed you should choose. Faster speeds will generally produce

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"*•At a fast shutter speedAt a slow shutter speed39

Seite 93 - TWO-SHOT SELF-TIMER

OPERATION IN SHUTTER- PRIORITY AUTO EXPOSURE MODE1. Set lens to its minimum aperture setting (highest f-number).With AF Nikkor and Al-P-Nikkor lenses,

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4. Confirm aperture value.Camera selects correct aperture for shutter speed selected.C ^Italm3 5 o 0 Q_llC1N[ "/1me DO_ »Or10 Q_ J ll>If “HI”

Seite 95 - ACCESSORIES

Select the aperture based on how shallow or large you want depth of field to be. Smaller apertures will make the background and foreground sharper (g

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OPERATION IN APERTURE- PRIORITY AUTO EXPOSURE MODE1. While pressing exposure MODE button, rotate command dial until “A” appears on the LCD panel and

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3. Confirm shutter speed.Camera selects correct shutter speed to match your aperture setting.If meter is automatically turned off and LCD indicators d

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Manual exposure control allows you to make both aperture and shutter speed settings. You’ll probably follow the recommendation of the camera’s light

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Accessory shoe: Accepts Nikon-dedicated Speedlights.Lens (AF Zoom-Nikkor 35-70mm f/3.3-4.5)CPU contacts: Do not touch.

Seite 101 - CLOSE-UP ACCESSORIES

OPERATION IN MANUAL EXPOSURE MODE1. While pressing exposure mode button (MODE), rotate command dial until “M” appears on the LCD panel and viewfind

Seite 102 - Auto Extension Rings

2. Remove finger form exposure mode button, set shutter speed using command dial, and aperture using lens aperture ring.3. Adjust aperture and/or s

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|H|• With lenses that have no CPU, “F-" appears instead of aperture value on the LCD panel and viewfinder.The electronic analog display range is

Seite 104 - Micro-Nikkor Lenses

E3I 3C tu DQ«_Examples:^ 1Over +1EVI"l+1EV I+1/3EVI±OEV • «O* • i~~I"-2/3EV aO* •im^Below-1EVIf meter is automatically turned off and L

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TO GET EXPOSURE METER READING FOR A MAIN SUBJECT OFF CENTERIf you want to set desired exposure on a particular subject, use Center-Weighted Metering.

Seite 106 - VIEWING ACCESSORIES

4. Recompose the picture and shoot.

Seite 107 - OTHER ACCESSORIES

BULB SETTING*'»< * L r C C; I o >j L u r 3. oFor long-time exposure, use B (bulb) setting. On bulb setting, shutter remains open as long a

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EXPOSURE COMPENSATIONMatrix Metering provides the main subject with correct exposure in virtually any lighting situation, without having to use manua

Seite 109 - Nikon Filters

In auto exposure mode with Center-Weighted Metering, when you want to control exposure based on a particular brightness area of the scene, use the AE

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2. Lightly press shutter release button, and confirm shutter speed and aperture in viewfinder.4. Recompose and shoot.

Seite 112 - MISCELLANEOUS

, While lightly pressing shutter release button, slide AE lock lever and hold in.• While AE lock lever is held in, shutter speed indication does not b

Seite 113 - CAMERA CARE TIPS

If you wish lo modify the exposure control (from the ISO standard), use the Exposure Compensation system. Modification from —5EV to -I-5EV is possibl

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# ^ tflmif»• Once set, exposure compensation remains fixed until reset.Although ^ symbol stays on to indicate that exposure compensation remains, com

Seite 115 - NOTES ON BATTERIES

+2EV compensationExamples11C nn n1JI.UU.LJOver +1EV+1EV+1/3EV±OEV1aliil 0^- jii-1< n nI.U U. )-2/3EVBelow —1EV53

Seite 116 - SPECIFICATIONS

AUTO EXPOSURE BRACKETINGWhen you want a variety of exposures of the same subject (e.g., when shooting a sunset), use the N6000's auto exposure br

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1. Set exposure mode to Programmed auto, Shutter-Priority auto or Aperture-Priority auto.In Programmed auto exposure mode, both shutter speed and ape

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OI/"'hE3 . [(•)]0]So.fS.S12. While pressing shift button, push BKT button to set auto exposure bracketing. Blinkingmjj* and ¡2 marks appea

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3. While pressing BKT button, rotate command dial until your desired combination of number of frames and compensation value appear on the LCD panel a

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Dsa03=-.54. Remove your finger from BKT button. On the LCD panel, the number of frames you set tor auto exposure bracketing appears instead of normal

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5. Depress shutter release button to release shutter and start auto exposure bracketing operation.Number of frames for auto exposure bracketing decre

Seite 122 - GLOSSARY

Exposure mode (MODE) button/Automatic Balanced Fill-Flash (lAl) buttonFilm speed (ISO) button/Film speed setting mode (DX/M) button&Film a

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oea1 M___1 yDH5q Fb.S15), When all frames set are taken, 031 and (2 marks disappear showing auto exposure bracketing operation completed and automatic

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SELF-TIMER OPERATIONONE-SHOT SELF-TIMER«nn»1. While pressing cD button, rotate command dial until desired timer duration appears on the LCD panei.Time

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2. Compose picture and confirm focus and exposure.omm03 / (? 5 ^ fS.S 0 Q-^r i)3. While pressing 0 button, fully depress shutter release button.Self-

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TWO-SHOT SELF-TIMERfflim»It is possible to take two consecutive self-timer pictures.1. While pressing self-timer button, rotate command dial counterc

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i OO S3EB Ic'S^-fS.S 0 Q_iJ f)• To cancel self timer after it is activated, press ci) button again.• Exposure is locked when self-timer operatio

Seite 129 - Cause and remedy

LENS COMPATIBILITYLENS COMPATIBILITY CHARTExposure mode Metering systemProgrammedautoShutter- priority autoAperture- priority autoManual MatrixCenter-

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•The following Nikkor lenses cannot be attached to thè N6000. (Camera body or lens may be damaged).• Non-AI lenses• Fisheye 6mm f/5,6• Fisheye OP 1

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ACCESSORIESOPTIONAL SPEEDLIGHTSNikon Speedlights SB-24/SB-23/SB-22/SB-20With these Speedlights, N6000 provides automatic balanced fill-flash. You can

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