Nikon F4 User Manual
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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.
While sliding the lock release, rotate the exposure compensa
tion dial to set desired compensation value. The dial is grad
uated in one-third stop increments. —1 and —2 indicate one
and two stops underexposure, respectively; -
one and two stops overexposure.
Because the exposure compensation mark and vaiue appear
in the viewfinder when the shutter release button is lightly
pressed, you can set the compensation value with your eye on
your subject through the viewfinder.
•After use, reset dial to 0. (■) mark and compensation value
• Exposure compensation can also be achieved by intentional
ly readjusting ISO film speed from its actual rating. See page