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Nikon N50 User Manual

While you're taking pictures, When you've taken a complete roll, Using the built-in flash

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WHILE YOU'RE TAKING PICTURES

Using the Built-In Flash

The flash can be used

when the subject is within
0.6 to 3m (2.0 to 9.8 feet)
when using a film with

ISO 100 and the AF

Zoom-Nikkor 35~80mm

fl4-fl5.6 D lens.

If a stationary

subject starts to

move

Remove your finger from

the shutter release

button and lightly press

again to restart
autofocus.

If i blinks inside the viewfinder, use the built-in flash. Press the flash
lock release button. Lightly press the shutter release button, wait for the

■ to come on in the viewfinder. Confirm the • (in-focus indicator)

appears in the viewfinder, then fully depress the shutter release button.

® If i blinks after shooting for a few seconds, this means that the light

might be insufficient. Check shooting distance, and if necessary,
move closer to subject and take a picture with flash again.

viewfinder Information

H t

blinks—Overexposure

possible

Use a film with lower ISO, or
use a Nikon Neutral Density
Filter.

L J —

0 “

—0 —

lo blìrìks—Underexposure

possible

Use the built-in flash.

[ ] blinks inside viewfinder—

Picture blur is possible

The light is probably dim and the

automatically selected shutter speed is
slow. This can cause picture blur due

to camera shake. Hold the camera

steady, or use a tripod. Or, use a built-

in flash.

“3^ i blinks (without flash)—

Flash

recommendation

This happens when it's dark.

Use the built-in flash.

• blinks—Unacceptable condition

for autofocus

Autofocus requires that the subject

have some contrast or details to focus
upon. Make sure the subject conforms.

You can't focus on the sky, a blank
wall, a very shiny surface, a subject
which has no details or contrast.

WHEN YOU'VE TAKEN A COMPLETE ROLL

Auto Rewind

When the film reaches the end of roll, it rewinds auto­

matically. After rewinding is completed, remove the film.
® When battery power is very weak, or when temperature is

very low, film may not rewind at the end of roll;

Err

will appear

in the LCD panel. In this case, replace battery with a fresh

one, or wait for the temperature to rise and then press the

rewind button.

To rewind film at mid-roll: Press the

rewind button on the camera bottom.

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