Nikon F4 Bedienungsanleitung

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Seite 1 - Instruction

, '--Nikon J _ _____ Instruction Manual ____ __

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High Speed Battery Pack MB-21 Grip portion (MB-21G) Battery holder (MS-21) Shutter release button lock lever Bottom portion (MB-21B) Shutter release

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REMOTE CONTROL ACCESSORIES The following accessories except AR-3 and AR-7 can be used with Nikon High Speed Battery Pack MB-21 or External Power

Seite 4 - 1/8000 sec. and

Nikon Intervalometer MT-2 For unmanned time-lapse photography or work sampling. Quartz-controlled MT-2 provides either 2 sec. or 16 sec. delay shutter


CAMERA CARE TIPS------------------1. Avoid touching the reflex mirror or focusing screen. Remove dust with a blower brush. 7. Clean the viewfinder e

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4. Avoid leaving the camera in an excessively hot place. 9. Do not lubricate the camera. 5. Keep the camera away from water or excessive moisture. W

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NOTES ON BATTERIES----------------~ 1. When not using the camera for a long period, remove batteries. )( 6. Do not throw used batteries into a fir

Seite 8 - Multi-Meter Finder DP-20

3. Compared with regular batteries, NiCd batteries provide greater effi-ciencyat low temperatures. Before charging NiCd batteries, throughly read the

Seite 9 - Finder side display

SPECIFICATIONS-------------------Type of camera Integral-motor 35mm single-lens Exposure metering Matrix Metering (with Multi-Meter reflex Finder DP-

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Shutter speeds Lithium niobate oscillator-controlled; controlled from 1/8000 to 30 sec. steplessly in PH, P or A mode; set from 1/8000 to 4 sec. in

Seite 11 - Release lever

Frame counter Two additive types provided - on top of camera and inside viewfinder (LCD) Film rewind Choice of automatic or manual; au-tomatically

Seite 12 - Lens (AF Nikkor 50mm

Checking battery power Dimensions (WxHxD) Weight (body only) Battery power is sufficient if view-finder LCD appears when shutter release button is l


Battery Pack MB-20 Battery chamber Release lever 11

Seite 14 - BATIERIES

110 For multiple flash photography using Nikon Speed lights, if the electric current in the sync circuit exceeds a cer-tain level, you may not b

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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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Lens (AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.4) Infrared compensation index Distance/aperture index Focusing ring Distance scale window Distance scale Depth-of-field in

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OPERATION-------------------------------------------MOUNTING THE LENS Remove body cap and front and rear lens caps. Twist lens counterclockwise unt

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INSTALLING BATIERIES With High Speed Battery Pack MB-21 r--~~~~::--l 2 Remove grip (MB-21G) by rotating grip release lever counterclockwise (to € )

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5 Slide battery holder back into base until it locks into place. Attach grip to camera body and turn release lever clockwise until it stops. e To rem

Seite 20 - LOADING

With Battery Pack MB-20 Rotate battery pack release lever counterclockwise (to e ), and remove battery pack. Attach battery pack to camera body and t

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At temperatures around 20°C (68°F), AA-type alkaline-manga-nese batteries give the highest overall performance, including faster advance rates and a


With Battery Pack MB-20 To switch camera on: while pressing lock release, turn film advance mode selector from L (lock) position to S, CH, Cl, Cs o

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If the shutter does not operate and display does not appear in the viewfinder, batteries are exhausted or improperly loaded. • The batteries opera

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CONTENTS--------------~--------------------------FOREWORD ... . ... 4 NOMENCLATURE ... ... . ... 5-

Seite 25 - (B-type screen supplied as

LOADING FILM 1 ~~f~~.::I!. -.. ' ' ~ I , '/~ / () " . , ,,,, "/ : With OX-coded film, while pressing lock release, set

Seite 26 - Power rewind

Pull film leader across to red film index mark. Check to ensure film is properly posi-tioned with no slack, and close camera back. Fully depress

Seite 27 - Manual rewind

FUNCTION SETIING Focus mode: Set focus mode selector to M (Manual Focus), S (Single Servo Autofocus) or C (Continuous Servo Autofocus). For details

Seite 28 - OX-Coded Film

SHOOTING Position viewfinder focus brackets on main subject. 2 c ~. ~ \ \ I~' I / In the manual focus mode, turn the lens focusing ring un

Seite 29 - Manual Film Speed Setting

2 !~. \ 'I ,;, 'I :IVI r I In the autofocus mode, position autofocus sensor area on subject, lightly press shutter release button and conf

Seite 30 - ADVANCE

Viewfinder Focusing Screen (B-type screen supplied as standard) Manual focusing is accomplished using either the clear matte field (focus until you

Seite 31 - Mode Selection

REWINDING FILM Film advance stops automatically at end of roll, and red LED lights up. 26 Power rewind Turn film rewind levers (R1) and (R2), whil

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Manual rewind To rewind film manually, pull out film rewind lever (R1), lift film rewind crank and turn it in the direction of the arrow until th

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CONTROLS IN DETAIL-----------------FILM SPEED DIAL The F4 offers two ways to set film speed, depending on film in use. OX-Coded Film While pressin

Seite 34 - Matte Field

Manual Film Speed Setting While pressing the lock release, set the film speed dial to the film's ISO number. 8 10 16 20 32 40 64 80 125 The s

Seite 35 - Autofocus Operation

FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 79-85 Matrix Balanced Fill-Flash in Each Exposure Mode. 80-81 Matrix Balanced Fill-F

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FILM ADVANCE MODES The F4 has four automatic film advance modes. Single-frame shooting (S) Fully depressing the shutter release button takes one pic

Seite 37 - Focus Tracking

With High Speed With Battery Pack Battery Pack MB-21 MB-20 I CH 5.7 Irames per second 4.0 Ips I CL 3.4 Ips' 3.3 Ips' I Cs 1.0 Ips 0.8 I

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FOCUS MODES The advanced autofocus system of the F4 works even under extremely low-light conditions - as low as EV minus 1. The Electronic Rangefinde

Seite 39 - Single Servo Autofocus

3. Keeping shutter release button lightly pressed, rotate lens focusing ring manually and watch focus indicator LEOs inside the viewfinder. elf ~

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Manual Focus Using Clear Matte Field 34 1. Set focus mode selector to M (manual). 2. Focus on subject using clear matte field.

Seite 41 - Special Focusing Situations

Autofocus The F4 provides two autofocus modes - Single Servo Autofocus (S) and Continuous Servo Autofocus (C). Single Servo Autofocus (S) In Single S

Seite 42 - Speedlights

3. Lightly press shutter release button to start Autofocus function. -In continuous shooting (CH, Cl , Cs) with the autofocus mode set to Single Ser

Seite 43 - Freeze Focus

Focus Tracking When shooting a moving subject, with the focus mode set to Continuous Servo Autofocus and the film advance mode to Low-Speed Continu

Seite 44 - Matrix Metering (:.:)

3. Lightly press shutter release button to start Focus Tracking. 38 4. Confirm both arrows (~ ... ) appear in the viewfinder, then fully depress s

Seite 45 - Spot Metering ( e )

Taking Pictures with Main Subject Off-Center Single Servo Autofocus 2. Confirm in-focus indicator LED appears in the viewfinder. 1. Position focus b

Seite 46 - Metering System Selection

4 ---------------FOREWORD--------------~ Thank you for purchasing the F4. We're sure it will make photography more exciting and rewarding than e

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Continuous Servo Autofocus Use AF-L (Autofocus Lock) button. 2. Keeping shutter release button lightly pressed, confirm in-focus indicator LED app

Seite 48 - Manual Exposure Mode

- With the AF-L button depressed, focus will be locked even if you remove your finger from the shutter release button. -AF-L button can also be u

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Autofocus with Optional Autofocus Speedlights Although the F4's autofocus works at lighting levels as low as EV minus 1, performance may vary dep

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Freeze Focus The optional Nikon Multi-Control Back MF-23 or 250-Exp. Multi-Control Back MF-24, when attached to the F4, offers a Freeze Focus functi

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EXPOSURE METERING SYSTEMS The F4 features three types of exposure metering systems-Matrix, 60/40 Center-Weighted and Spot Metering. When using the

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Sensitivity of Center-Weighted Metering Center-Weighted Metering ( Ce) ) Choose Center-Weighted Metering when you want to base exposure on either A

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Metering System Selection Set the metering system selector to either Matrix, Center-Weighted or Spot Metering, and confirm respective mark appears

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Center-Weighted Metering Spot Metering ® ® • • 47

Seite 55 - 1. Set lens

EXPOSURE MODES The F4 offers Manual (M), two Programmed Auto (PH, P), Shutter-Priority Auto (S) and Aperture-Priority Auto (A) Expo-sure modes. 48 Ma

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IIllro" ~ AFNIKKo! ~~Pf~ }f 01 I" 161 116 • 16 11 E 5.6 ~ 2.8 2 1.4 \ , "'~~IIV /' • i • \ .. .. ... . ... 1. Set any

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NOMENCLATURE CPU contacts Aperture coupling lever Self-timer indicator LED Mirror lockup lever Depth-of-field preview button AF-UAE-L simultaneous loc

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• • 50 With Multi-Meter Finder DP-20 (e) Correct exposure ,-0':' C • I . = • . = • Overexposure by 1-2/3 EV C • !.. : Underexposure by

Seite 59 - Stop-Down Exposure Metering

Programmed Auto Exposure Modes (PH, P) Programmed auto operation is ideal for quick operation and is the simplest method for exposure control. Toget

Seite 60 - In Automatic Exposure Modes

1. Set lens to its minimum aperture (largest I·number). 52 With AF Nikkor lenses, lock lens aperture ring at its mini-mum setting. (See lens in

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With Multi-Meter Finder Correct exposure. F I::, p • Overexposure; use film with a lower ISO speed or use Nikon NDfilter. F L'-I P • Underexp

Seite 62 - (. ) mark and compensation

Shutter-Priority Auto Exposure Mode (S) This mode lets you choose shutter speeds manually. Use a fast shutter speed to stop action, or create motion

Seite 63 - Without compensation

1. Set lens to minimum aperture setting (largest I-number), With AF Nikkor lenses, lock lens aperture ring at minimum setting, 3. Lightly press sh

Seite 64 - Exposure Mode

With Multi-Meter Finder sl Correct exposure ( l-l : ) sl Overexposure; select higher shutter speed or use Nikon ND filter. (L ,:, ) sl Underexposure;

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Aperture-Priority Auto Exposure Mode (A) This mode operates with all Nikon lenses. When used with any optical system such as Reflex lens, microsco

Seite 66 - Auto Exposure Bracketing

1. Set lens to desired I-number by rotating lens aperture ring. 2. Lightly press shutter release button and conlirm exposure. 58 Shutter speed is c

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Stop-Down Exposure Metering For lenses and other systems without automatic diaphragms When the automatic diaphragm ring does not couple with the met

Seite 68 - X Setting

Film advance mode index Shutter speed dial lock release Viewfinder illuminator switch Finder release lever Camera back lock lever Film speed dial loc

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EXPOSURE COMPENSATION In Automatic Exposure Modes AE-L (Auto Exposure Lock) Button 60 2. Center main subject inside viewfinder or move in closer. 1. S

Seite 70 - COUPLING

4. While lightly pressing shutter release button, press AE-L button and hold in. 5. Recompose and shoot. I-,:,c@ 1' _ _ , ,-, ,-, I - While exp

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® Exposure Compensation Dial Using the exposure compensation dial, you can compensate exposure within the range of ±2EV in 1/3 EV increments. Whil

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(In Center-Weighted Metering) Examples: ----",' +2EV ±OEV -2/3EV Without compensation +2EV compensation 63

Seite 73 - EXPOSURE

In Manual Exposure Mode 1. Set exposure mode to Manual 2. Center main subject inside viewfinder, and lightly press (M). shutter release button.

Seite 74 - RELEASE

• Ce)(:E ) c = • 4. Confirm shutter speed and aperture in the viewfinder. 5. Recompose and shoot. 65

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Auto Exposure Bracketing By attaching the optional Nikon Multi-Control Back MF-23 or 250-Exp. Multi-Control Back MF-24 to the F4, you can take adva

Seite 76 - MULTI-METER

SHUTIER SPEED DIAL '=-.5 $ 1~ ;' y -'a\t~~~o;. • ~;f ~\. 2000 ~... S 400%,,/ .,. " I 600 ~ + ... "' .. '"&apo

Seite 77 - Eyepiece Shutter Lever

T Setting On "T," the shutter stays open until the shutter speed dial is rotated to another setting, making the setting ideal for reall

Seite 78 - Accessory Shoe

DEPTH-OF-FIELD PREVIEW BUTTON II !-'"-I' ~ /1 , ~ ~ -. j f -~ '" "" • :l~ 0 AF-L :0 • .r r When a lens with an aut

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(R2) lock button Film take-up spool Film rewind lever (R2) Camera back hinge release Film speed dial Camera strap eyelet Camera strap eyelet Film c

Seite 80 - Each Exposure Mode

METER COUPLING LEVER Before mounting a non-AI Nikkor lens, be sure to push the meter coupling lever release button and set the meter coupling lev

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MIRROR LOCKUP LEVER A highly efficient, tungsten-alloy shutter balancer is incorporat-ed in the shutter unit. The balancer operates during shutter ope

Seite 82 - Center-Weighted Fill-Flash

SELF-TIMER Using the 10-sec. self-timer activates autofocus and light meter operation. 1. While pressing the lock release, set film advance mode

Seite 83 - Standard TTL Flash

MULTIPLE EXPOSURE LEVER As the name indicates, multiple exposures are two or more exposures of one or more subjects on the same frame. 1. Pull the

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ALTERNATIVE SHUTTER RELEASE BUTTON A shutter release button is provided at the bottom of the High Speed Battery Pack MB-21. This is convenient for v

Seite 85 - Multiple Flash Photography

SYNC TERMINAL A separate sync terminal is provided on the F4. It accepts all standard PC-type plug-in sync cords, and is threaded for use with a Ni

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MULTI-METER FINDER DP-20 ~ .,' I Nikon The Multi-Meter Finder DP-20 is the F4's standard finder. 76 To remove the finder, push the view-fi

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Diopter Adjustment Knob This knob enables near- or farsighted photographers to adjust eyepiece diopter within a continuous range of from -3 to +1. Pu


Exposure Compensation Dial for Interchangeable Focusing Screens 8ecause the light metering system is incorporated in the finder, it may be necessa

Seite 89 - Waist-Level Finder DW-20

FLASHPHOTOGRAPHV--------------------------------Matrix Balanced Fill-Flash in daylight Matrix Balanced Fill-Flash at night Nikon dedicated electronic

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Multi-Meter Finder DP-20 Accessory shoe Eyepiece shutter lever Viewfinder eyepiece LCD illumination window (finder side) 8 M selector Compensation v

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Matrix Balanced Fill-Flash in Each Exposure Mode In Programmed Auto (PH, P) modes, the sync speed of In Shutter-Priority Auto (5) mode, you can choose


In Aperture-Priority Auto (A) mode, you select aperture and the camera selecls a suitable sync speed, within a range of 1/60 to 1/250 sec. (at any


Matrix Balanced Fill-Flash With the system set to Matrix, Matrix Balanced Fill-Flash is avai lable. Based on a combination of general scene brigh

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Standard TTL Flash In this mode, although exposure for the background is metered by each metering system, flash output level is not determined automa

Seite 95 - Nikon Data Back MF-22

Rear-Curtain Sync Flash Photography When using the Nikon SB-24, you can synchronize the flash to the instant just before the rear (second) curtain


Multiple Flash Photography A number of Nikon speedlights can be used for TIL multiple flash photography, each linked to the F4 via TIL remote or TI

Seite 97 - Nikon Eyepiece Adapter

LENSES---------------------------------------------With AF-Nikkor lenses (except AF Nikkor lenses for F3AF) or some other lenses in combination with


1 With maxim um aperture faster than fl3.5, use TC-16A Autofocus Converter. Incompatible with maximum aperture of fl3.5 or slower. 2 With maximu

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ACCESSORIES----------------------------------------INTERCHANGEABLE VIEWFINDERS In addition to the standard Multi-Meter Finder DP-20, the F4 accepts v


6X High-Magnification Finder DW-21 For critical high-magnification close-up work and photomicro-graphy. Its sophisticated optical system provides a c

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VIEWFINDER INFORMATION ADR (Aperture Direct-Readout) Frame counter Exposure compensation value Body side display [ ~~--~----------~ Focus brackets Fi

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INTERCHANGEABLE FOCUSING SCREENS Nikon offers you a choice of 13 inter-changeable focusing screens. The advanced B-type BriteView screen is supplied w

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Focusing Screen Selector Guide Type B Type U Type F Type C 8 Matte/Fresnel field with 5mm-dia, an d 12mm-dia, reference circles and focus brackets, G

Seite 104 - NOTES ON

POWER SOURCES Nikon External Power Regulator MB-22 The MB-22 consists of the grip portion MB-21G, in common with the MB-21, and the bottom portio

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OPTIONAL SPEEDLIGHTS Nikon Speedlight SB-24 The powerful 88-24 with built-in AF illuminator provides vari-ous balanced fill-flash capabilities. In a


OPTIONAL CAMERA BACKS Nikon Multi-Control Back MF-23 The Multi-Control Back MF-23 enables the imprinting of any of the following data: date, time,

Seite 107 - 1/250 sec. or

Nikon Data Back MF-22 A compact alternative to the MF-23. It will either imprint the data desired - year/month/day, day/hour/minute (24-hour clock),

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VIEWING ACCESSORIES The F4's standard, supplied Multi-Meter Finder DP-20 accepts the following accessories. Nikon Eyepiece Correction Lenses Fiv

Seite 109 - Weight (body only)

Nikon Eyepiece Magnifier OG-2 Provides 2x magnification of the central portion of the finder image with Eyepiece Adapter DK-1. Eyesight adjustment pr

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CLOSE-UP ACCESSORIES Nikon Auto Extension Rings Compact and lightweight, Nikon Auto Extension Rings slide on and off your camera in seconds for a w

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Nikon Repro-Copy Outfit PF-4 Enables you to make high-quality photographic copies of photographs, illustrations, drawings or diagrams. 'With Niko

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