Nikon N75/F75

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Lark Books, 2004 - Photography - 176 pages
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The N75 (also called the F75 in Canada and elsewhere) is Nikon’s new, powerful, compact single-lens reflex (SLR) camera; and if you want to learn how to make the most of its capabilities, this well-illustrated Magic Lantern Guide provides all the necessary facts and fundamentals. Find out how to take advantage of features such as the 25-segment 3D Matrix Metering System, subject specific Vari-Program modes, and 5-area autofocus. The helpful advice also covers choosing and using accessory lenses and Nikon’s innovative Multi-Sensor flash system. From the button functions to the exposure basics, every facet of the camera comes into clear focus.
 

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Contents

Introducing the Nikon N75F75
11
Nikon N75F75 Features and Functions
21
The Focusing System
45
Focus Area Selection in Dynamic AF Mode
51
PointandShoot Exposure Modes
59
CloseUp VariProgram Mode
74
Working with Matrix Metering
80
Exposure Compensation in P A or S Modes
94
Other Exposure Techniques
102
Flash
117
Using the BuiltIn Flash
123
Nikon Speedlight Flash Units
132
Lenses for the N75F75
139
NonCompatible Nikkor Lenses
145
Zoom Lenses
161
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