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*4: Press the memory set button or a focus operation button while pressing the shutter
release button halfway.
*5: Possible, with limited restrictions
Set your camera’s focus mode according to the chart below:
Lens’ focus mode switch
Nikon digital SLR (Nikon FX/DX format)
cameras, F6, F5, F4-Series, F100,
F65-Series/N65-Series*, Pronea 600i/6i*,
can be used.)
(Electronic rangefinder can be used.)
(Electronic rangefinder can be used,
except with the F-601
*Sold exclusively in the USA
AF: Autofocus MF: Manual focus
A/M (Autofocus with manual override. AF priority) mode and
M/A (Autofocus with manual override. MF priority) mode
M/A: Autofocus can be overridden by manually focusing with
the focus ring.
A/M: Autofocus can be overridden by manually focusing with
the focus ring, but focus ring detection sensitivity is lower
than in M/A mode. Use this mode to avoid canceling the
AF setting by unintentionally moving the focus ring.
Set the focus mode switch to A/M or M/A.
Autofocus can be manually overridden by rotating the focus ring while
pressing the shutter release button halfway, pressing the AF-ON button on
the camera or pressing a focus operation button (with focus operation set to
AF-ON) on the lens.
Pressing the shutter release button halfway, pressing the AF-ON button on
the camera again or pressing a focus operation button on the lens again will
cancel manual override and return the lens to autofocus mode.
To limit the range of autofocus
This function is only available with autofocus.
FULL: If the subject is sometimes closer than 6 m (19.7 ft.),
set the switch to FULL.
–6m: If the subject is always 6 m (19.7 ft.) or more away, set
the switch to
– 6m to reduce focusing time.