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Nikon F75Nikon N 75 - SLR camera - 35mm

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Nikon N75's 25-segment 3D Matrix Metering System utilizes an on board database of over 30, 000 stored images in all Auto Modes to ensure proper exposure. Center Partial Metering is automatically selected in Manual mode. Spot Metering is selectable in AE Lock with custom setting option. New three-mode Focus Area Selection toggle switch makes it easy to capture precious moments. Nikon's exclusive Dynamic AF technology is incorporated into Closest Subject Priority, User-Selected Area and Ce... Read more

 

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! ! ! ! 6:41am on Thursday, October 28th, 2010 
I went with the Nikkor 1.4X TC since I had VR lenses and for the VR function to work I had to use Nikkor Teleconverters...
saikatsb 11:23am on Thursday, October 7th, 2010 
I use the converter on a Nikon 300mm vr and it works great images are as sharp as the lens alone. I bought this for my Nikon 70-200 2.8 VR. Focus is quick and pics are sharp even wide open. I would recommend this over the TC-1.7 which I also own. Works very well with D90 + 70-200/2.8 VR. Bright, quick focus, nice bokeh, and still sharper than my other zooms without a converter.
rewq7777 10:44am on Saturday, September 4th, 2010 
I bought this converter for the Nikon 70-200mm VR lens to cover football. I have used both the TC-17E II and this one, the TC-14E II. This one multiplies the reach of a zoom lens by only 1.4.
kesomir 6:31am on Monday, July 19th, 2010 
sharpness of images, ease of use, replaces longer, more cumbersome lenses. I prefer to stick with Nikon brands so as to assure comformity.
james m 6:55pm on Thursday, July 15th, 2010 
Easy to put on and off in the field.Will be a great help in my outdoor/wildlife pics Consistent Output,Durable,Easily Interchangeable.
kojot 7:02am on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 
I went with the Nikkor 1.4X TC since I had VR lenses and for the VR function to work I had to use Nikkor Teleconverters...
pcpgomes 12:29pm on Sunday, May 16th, 2010 
sharpness of images, ease of use, replaces longer, more cumbersome lenses. I prefer to stick with Nikon brands so as to assure comformity. I went with the Nikkor 1.4X TC since I had VR lenses and for the VR function to work I had to use Nikkor Teleconverters...
gol 8:56am on Monday, May 10th, 2010 
Extremely Fast!! Ordered a Nikon F75 camera and within 4 days I had it in my hands! My first SLR This is my first SLR had it 1yr n a bit. It goes everywhere with me and is helping me through a BA(Hons)and i love it.
eASYkILL 3:33pm on Friday, April 23rd, 2010 
The Nikon F75 handles very well, looks great, easy to use, buttons and features are all in the right places, has manual control. The Nikon F75 handles very well, looks great, easy to use, buttons and features are all in the right places, has manual control.
new63 8:30am on Sunday, April 18th, 2010 
I went with the Nikkor 1.4X TC since I had VR lenses and for the VR function to work I had to use Nikkor Teleconverters...
Johanna 1:23pm on Sunday, March 28th, 2010 
sharpness of images, ease of use, replaces longer, more cumbersome lenses. I prefer to stick with Nikon brands so as to assure comformity.
cs 6:17am on Friday, March 26th, 2010 
I bought this converter for the Nikon 70-200mm VR lens to cover extend my range when I upgraded from a D300 to a D3 and lost the 1.

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35MM AUTOFOCUS SLR
Advanced Easier Great Pictures
Powerful Technology Makes Better Pictures: Nikons New 25-segment 3D Matrix Metering System utilizes an on board database of over 30,000 stored images in all Auto Modes to ensure proper exposure. Center Partial Metering automatically selected in Manual mode. Spot Metering selectable in AE Lock with custom setting option Selectable Dynamic AF Puts the Focus Area At Your Fingertips: New Three-Mode Focus Area Selection toggle switch makes it easy to capture precious moments. Nikons exclusive Dynamic AF technology incorporated into Closest-Subject Priority, User-Selected Area, and Center-Subject Priority Modes enhance creativity Five Full Coverage AF Sensors: Innovative autofocus system features five separate AF detection sensors that cover the top, bottom, center, left, and right of the frame for fluid and accurate composition and coverage. In focus, confirmation beep notifies you when subject is in focus SLR-Quality Photos Made Easy: AUTO mode setting removes guesswork from picture taking. Five Vari-Program modes tailored to specific scenes and subjects; significantly enhance the N75s versatility Pick a Mode to Fit Your Style: Complete selection of exposure modes including Auto-Multi Program, Shutter-Priority Auto, AperturePriority Auto, and Manual settings deliver precise exposure control, expanding creative potential On-Screen Battery/Film Indicators Never forget new batteries or film. New On-Screen Battery/Film Indicators in the viewfinder show battery power and film supply status Built-In Powerful Speedlight with 28mm Wide Angle Coverage: Built-in Speedlight with 3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash automatically pops up to fire in low-light or backlit conditions in AUTO and Vari-Program Modes (except landscape and sports). Comprehensive features include Front-Curtain Sync, Slow Sync, Rear-Curtain Sync, Red Eye Reduction, Red Eye Reduction with Slow Sync, and Flash Cancel Flash System: 5-Segment TTL Multi-Sensor and Monitor Pre-Flash system determines the right amount of flash needed to fill in or eliminate shadows in bright-light and back-lit situations Lightweight and Compact Design: Comfortable, contoured design fits easily in your hands with buttons and dials conveniently placed to facilitate use Other Controls: Exposure Compensation from +/- 3 EV in 1/2 EV steps, 3 Frame Auto Exposure Bracketing in 1/2 EV steps, Built-In Diopter, Multiple Exposure Control, AF Assist Illuminator for low light shooting, Depthof-Field Preview Button, Self Timer, Remote Control capability and 12 Custom Settings Lens Mount: F Bayonet lens mount accepts AF-D, AF-G, AF-S, VR and Ai P Nikkor lenses
Type of camera Exposure Modes
35mm Autofocus SLR Specifications:
Integral motor autofocus 35mm single lens reflex with electronically controlled focal-plane shutter and built-in Speedlight AUTO Mode, Vari-Program - Portrait, Landscape, Close-Up, Sports and Night Portrait modes, (P) Auto-Multi Program and Flexible Program, (S) Shutter-Priority, (A) Aperture-Priority and (M) Manual Mode Picture Format 24mm x 36mm (Standard 35mm film format) Lens Mount Metal Nikon F Mount with AF coupling and AF contacts Lenses AF Nikkor and Ai-P Nikkor lenses (except DX-Nikkor and IX-Nikkor) Viewfinder Fixed eye-level penta-prism; built-in diopter adjustment (-1.5 to +0.8m-1) Eyepoint 17mm (at -1.0m-1) Focusing Screen B-Type Clear Matte Screen V with focus brackets Viewfinder Frame Coverage Approximately 89% Viewfinder Magnification Approximately 0.68-0.60x with 50mm lens set to infinity (at -1.5 to +0.8m-1) Viewfinder Information Focus indications, focus area, shutter speed, aperture, electronic analog exposure display/exposure compensation value display, exposure compensation, flash-ready light/flash recommended/fill flash output, five sets of focus brackets (areas), 12mm( reference circle for center-weighted metering Autofocus TTL phase detection, Nikon Multi-CAM 900 autofocus module with AF Assist Illuminator (approximately 1.6ft-9.8ft/0.5m-3m) In-Focus confirmation beep Superimposed Alert Battery/No Film Remaining Frame visable through viewfinder AF Detection Range EV-1 to 19 at ISO 100 Lens Servo AF: Auto Servo AF: camera automatically chooses Single Servo AF or Continuous Servo AF operation according to subject status, i.e. stationary or moving (including directional information) M: Manual Focus Area One of five focus areas can be selected AF Area Mode Closest-Subject Priority Dynamic AF Mode Center Area with M Mode Center-Subject Priority Dynamic AF Mode Single Area with M Mode User-Selected Area Dynamic AF Mode Metering System TTL full-aperture exposure metering system (three metering systems selectable) 3D 25-segment Matrix Metering: with G or D Type AF Nikkor Center Weighted Metering automatically selected with manual exposure mode Spot Metering selectable in auto-exposure lock with custom setting option Exposure Compensation +/- 3 EV range, in 1/2 EV steps (except in M, Auto or Programmed Flash) Auto Exposure Bracketing Bracketing range: +/-2 EV in 1/2 bracketing steps for a sequence of three photographs (except in AUTO or Vari-Program Modes) Film Speed Setting Automatically set to ISO film speed of DX-coded film in use (manual not selectable) Film speed range: DX: ISO 25-5000, automatically set to ISO 100 with non-DX coded film Shutter Electronically controlled, vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter Shutter Speeds Automatically set between :30 sec and 1/2000 sec in AUTO mode, Vari-Program Modes, P, and A In S: 30 sec to 1/2000 sec. (in 1/2 EV steps) In M: 30 sec to 1/2000 sec. (in 1/2 EV steps), Time Built-in Speedlight Automatically activated in AUTO mode and Vari-Program Modes (except Landscape or Sports Continuous modes) In P,S,A,M: activated by pressing flash-lock release button Guide Number 39/12 (at ISO 100 ft) Flash Coverage: 28mm or longer lens Film Speed Range: ISO 25-800 Flash Control 5 Segment TTL 3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash Standard TTL: in Manual exposure mode Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash compatable with optional Speedlights and CPU Nikkor lens (except in A or M exposure modes) Flash Sync Mode Front-Curtain Sync (normal sync), Slow Sync, Rear-Curtain Sync, Red Eye Reduction, Red Eye Reduction with Slow Sync, and Flash Cancel Ready Light Flash fully charged: ready-light lights Full output warning: ready-light blinks Accessory Shoe Standard ISO-type, hot-shoe contact (sync contact, ready-light contact, TTL auto-flash contact, GND) safety lock provided Self Timer Electronically controlled; timer duration 2, 5, 10 and 20 second durations (set in custom settings) Film Loading Automatic pre-wind with built-in motor; film automatically advances to last frame when camera back is closed; film recedes into film casing as photos are taken thereby protecting exposed film against accidental opening of back of camera Film Advance Automatic advance with built-in motor Single Frame shooting Continuous shooting possible in Sports Mode (built-in speedlight cannot be used) Film advance speed approx. 1.5 fps Film Rewind Automatic rewind with built-in motor Mid-roll rewind available Rewind speed with fresh batteries approx. 20 seconds with 36 exposure film; approx. 16 seconds with 24 exposure roll of film Multiple Exposure Selectable in P, S, A, M Power Source Two 3V CR2 lithium batteries Battery Power Confirmation Located on LCD panel and in viewfinder Usable number of 36 exposure At 20C/68F At -10C/14F (24 exposure) film rolls per set Without Flash Approx. 40 (60) Approx. 23 (34) of two fresh 3V lithium batteries: With Flash and AF-Assist Illuminator for half of all exposures Approx. 12 (18) Approx. 7 (10) Dimensions N75: Approximately 5.2 x 3.6 x 2.6 inches N75QD: Approximately 5.2 x 3.6 x 2.7 inches Weight (without batteries) N75: Approximately 13.4 oz. N75D: Approximately 13.6 oz. Optional Exclusive Accessories Vertical Grip and Battery Pack, Remote Control

For more complete specifications and compatibility information, refer to the Nikon N75 product brochure and/or the Nikon N75 instruction manual. All specifications apply when fresh CR2 batteries are used at normal temperature (20C - 68F). Specifications and design are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer.

February 2003 Nikon Inc.

1300 Walt Whitman Road, Melville, NY 11747
www.nikonusa.com / 1-800-Nikon-US

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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Introduction
Take trial shots before shooting at important occasions like weddings or graduations. Have Nikon spot-check your camera regularly Nikon recommends that you have your camera serviced by an authorised dealer or service centre at least once every two years. Using your camera correctly The Nikon F75/F75Ds performance has been optimised for use with Nikon brand accessories. Accessories made by other manufacturers may not meet Nikons criteria for specifications, and nonconforming accessories could damage the F75/F75Ds components. Nikon cannot guarantee the F75/F75Ds performance when it is used with other than Nikon brand accessories.

BEFORE YOU BEGIN 3

Thank you for purchasing the Nikon F75/F75Da camera that is sure to make photography a bigger part of your life. Get to know your F75/F75D camera, and be sure to read this manual thoroughly before using it. We recommend that you keep this manual handy.

Take trial shots

Supplied accessories

Body cap (P. 19)

Accessory shoe cover (P. 108)
Eyepiece cap DK-5 (P. 82)

Note: 00

00 (numbers from 1 to 12) indicates that the function/mode changes according to Custom Setting menu number.

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Contents
Introduction....2-3 Nomenclature....6-7 LCD Panel/Viewfinder Display....8-9 Available Exposure Modes...10-11 Start Shooting Immediately....12-13 About Shutter Release Button...14 Exposure Compensation...64-65 Auto Exposure Bracketing....66-68 Multiple Exposure....69-70

CUSTOM SETTING...71-76

Menu/Features of Custom Setting...72-76

PREPARATION....15-22

1. 2. 3. 4. Install Batteries and Check Battery Power...16-17 Mount Lens....18-19 Load Film....20-21 Set Date and Time (F75D only)....22

OTHER FUNCTIONS...77-88

Film Rewind....78 Film Advance Mode....79 Auto Exposure Lock...80-81 Dioptre Adjustment/Viewfinder Accessories..82 Depth-of-Field Preview....83 Remote Control Operation (optional)....84-87 Available Mode Combinations...88
BASIC OPERATION 1...23-31
1. 2. 3. 4. Set Focus Mode and AF Area Mode...24-25 Set Exposure Mode to a....26-27 Hold Camera and Focus....28-29 Release Shutter....30-31
FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY...89-101
Built-In Speedlight/Ready-Light...90-91 Flash Sync Mode Features...92-94 Using Built-In Speedlight....95-101 Flash Shooting Distance Range...98 Available Flash Sync Mode Combinations...99 Usable Lenses with Built-In Speedlight...100-101 About Depth of Field....102
About Metering Systems and Exposure...32
BASIC OPERATION 2...33-42
Shooting with Vari-Program...34-37 Using Built-In Speedlight...38-39 Self-Timer Operation....40-41 Imprinting Date/Time (F75D only)...42

MISCELLANEOUS....103-131

Lens Compatibility....104-106 Usable Optional Speedlights...107-111 Optional Accessories...112-113 Camera Care....114-115 Notes on Batteries....116 Troubleshooting....117-120 Glossary.....121-123 Specifications....124-128 Index.....129-130 Custom Setting Menu....131

FOCUS OPERATION...43-52

Focus Mode....44-45 Focus Area Mode....46-47 Focus Area Selection....48-49 AF-Assist Illuminator...50-51 Focus Lock....52

EXPOSURE MODE...53-62

Auto-Multi Program....54-55 Shutter-Priority Auto Exposure Mode...56-57 Aperture-Priority Auto Exposure Mode...58-59 Manual Exposure Mode....60-61 Long Time Exposure...62

BEFORE YOU BEGIN

BEFORE YOU BEGIN...2-11
ADVANCED OPERATION...63-70

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Nomenclature
LCD illuminator button (p. 8) Camera strap eyelet Self-timer/remote control button (p. 40/84) LCD panel (p. 8) Dioptre adjustment lever (p. 82) Aperture (p. 61)/Exposure Compensation button (p. 64)/ Film rewind button (p. 78) Shutter release button (p. 14/17) Power switch (p. 16) Remote control sensor (p. 84) Self-timer (p. 40)/AF-Assist Illuminator (p. 50)/ Red-Eye Reduction lamp (p. 93) Depth-of-field preview button (p. 83) Flash lock-release (p. 95)/ Flash sync mode button (p. 92) Auto Exposure Bracketing (p. 66)/Multiple Exposure (p. 69)/Film rewind button (p. 78) Camera back lock release lever (p. 20) Lens release button (p. 19) Focus mode selector (pp. 44-45) Tripod socket Battery chamber cover lock release lever (p. 16) Viewfinder eyepiece Focus Area selector (p. 48) AF Area mode selector (p. 46) Data Back (F75D only) (p. 22/42) Film confirmation window (p. 21) Film advance mode/Custom Setting selector (p. 79/72) * Illustration shown is the F75D. The camera back of the F75 differs from the F75D. Camera strap eyelet Accessory shoe (p. 108) Rubber eyecup (p. 82) Auto exposure lock button (p. 80) Command Dial

Camera shake is likely to occur when the camera is not held steady or with slow shutter speed. The built-in Speedlight automatically fires in dark conditions (where slow shutter speed is required) in a or Vari-Program (except for d and g) with this camera but always remember to hold the camera correctly.
Compose frame, centre focus brackets on your subject, and focus by lightly pressing the shutter release button.
Compose frame so that the subject to be focused is located closest at any of five focus areas and lightly press the shutter release button. When the Dynamic AF Mode with Closest-Subject Priority (pages 26, 47) is set, camera automatically maintains focus on the subject located closest to any of five focus areas. Lightly pressing the shutter release button automatically focuses the camera on the subject and when the subject is in focus, that focus area is highlighted with Vari-Brite display (p. 9), beep sound is emitted and / appears in the viewfinder.

Built-in Speedlight

When the subject is dark or backlit and the shutter release button is lightly pressed, the builtin Speedlight automatically pops up in a or VariProgram (except in d or g). See page 38 for details.

NOTE: Composing frame

The F75/F75Ds viewfinder frame shows approximately 89% of the image actually exposed on the film frame. Therefore, the actual exposed frame is somewhat larger than the image you see through the viewfinder. Note that the edges of a negative film are partially cropped by most labs.

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Release Shutter
Confirm that / (in-focus indicator) appears in the viewfinder, then slowly, fully depress the shutter release button. With a moving subject, Continuous Servo AF (page 44) activates and camera continuously focuses on the subject.
Film starts to rewind automatically when the last shot is taken.
Confirm indications in the viewfinder while lightly pressing the shutter release button.
o, o, o, and then o is displayed during film rewind.
When the subject is dark or backlit and shutter release button is lightly pressed, the built-in Speedlight automatically pops up and starts charging (pages 38, 95).
Confirm that film is completely rewound, then remove film cartridge.
Confirm that focus indicator / appears and slowly depress the shutter release button.
Film is completely rewound when the frame counter shows blinking E in the LCD panel and in the viewfinder. (E appears without blinking and disappears when the exposure meter is off.) Make sure the film is completely rewound (E and are blinking), open the camera back away from sunlight and remove the film cartridge. 2 : Warning indications in the viewfinder can be set not to appear (p. 74).

s: Portrait mode

Use this mode whenever you are taking pictures of people. It creates a blurred background to accentuate your main subject. 85mm to 200mm telephoto lenses with large maximum apertures are recommended. Distancing the main subject and the background emphasises the effect.
Set the exposure mode dial to the desired Vari-Program, then lightly press the shutter release button.

d: Landscape mode

Centre the focus brackets on your subject (where you want the focus) and lightly press the shutter release button. Lightly pressing the shutter release button automatically focuses the camera on the subject and when the subject is in focus, that focus area is highlighted with Vari-Brite display (p. 9), beep sound is emitted and / appears in the viewfinder. When / is blinking in the viewfinder, the camera is unable to focus using autofocus. Use this mode whenever youre taking a picture of a distant scene. The overall picture, whether the subject is near or far, is sharply focused. It also allows you to capture the beauty of nighttime or twilight scenes. Built-in Speedlight does not fire even when the subject is dark or backlit. In some shooting situations, especially shooting night scenes, slow shutter speed is selected. To avoid camera shake, use a tripod. Use of self-timer or remote control also helps to avoid camera shake. A wide-angle lens is suited to capturing a wide view of the landscape.

NOTE: Vari-Program

Shutter speed and aperture are automatically determined to suit the selected VariProgram and are displayed in the LCD panel and viewfinder. When the subject is dark or backlit, the built-in Speedlight automatically pops up and fires (except in d or g). Flexible Program (page 55), Auto Exposure Bracketing (page 66) and Multiple Exposure (page 69) cannot be performed in Vari-Program. When using the flash in Vari-Program, available Flash Sync modes differ with each program (page 96).

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Shooting with Vari-Programcontinued

f: Close-Up mode

Use this mode when you are taking pictures up close. It creates a blurred background to accentuate your main subject. Useful in taking close-ups of subjects such as flowers or insects. Dynamic AF Mode with Centre-Subject Priority and centre focus area are automatically selected (page 46) even when the AF Area mode is set to Dynamic AF Mode with Closest-Subject Priority. In some shooting situations, slow shutter speed is selected. To avoid camera shake, use a tripod. Use of self-timer or remote control also helps to avoid camera shake. Effect is maximised at minimum focusing distance of the lens in use. When using a zoom lens, use telephoto zoom position. For more professional uses, Micro-Nikkor lenses are recommended.

Dynamic AF Mode with Closest-Subject Priority is useful when you want the camera to take automatic control over focus operations, or when shooting a moving subject. Dynamic AF Mode is useful in achieving focus on a particular part of a subject, or when the composition of the photograph is your top priority.
Rotate AF Area mode selector to select AF Area mode.
When the focus mode is set to AF (autofocus), Dynamic AF Mode with Closest-Subject Priority is selected with the AF Area mode selector set to S (except in f Vari-Program, p. 36), Dynamic AF Mode with Centre-Subject Priority is selected with the AF Area mode selector set to D, and Dynamic AF Mode with the AF Area mode selector set to A. When the focus mode is set to M (manual focus), Centre Area Mode is selected with the AF Area mode selector set to either S or D, and Single Area Mode with the AF Area mode selector set to A. All five focus areas are displayed in the LCD panel when Dynamic AF Mode with Closest-Subject Priority is selected. When a subject is in-focus, focus brackets located at in-focus subject is highlighted momentarily with the Vari-Brite display (p. 9) in the viewfinder.
When focus mode is set to Manual
S/D: Centre Area Mode Focus is obtained only at the centre focus area when the AF Area mode selector is set to either S or D and when using the manual focus. Centre focus area is highlighted with the Vari-Brite display (p. 9). A: Single Area Mode Focus is obtained only at the selected focus area when using the manual focus. Selected focus area is highlighted with the Vari-Brite display (p. 9).

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Focus Area Selection
This cameras five focus areas cover a wide frame area, and you can select among them, depending on the subjects position in the frame or your desired composition. They reliably provide sharp focus without use of focus lock (page 52). Check points
When exposure mode is set to a or Vari-Program in autofocus, turning the power switch off and on again resets the focus area to the centre. When exposure mode is set to P, S, A or M, or in manual focus, selected focus area remains. When exposure mode is changed within a and any of Vari-Program, or changed to a or Vari-Program from P, S, A or M in auto focus, focus area resets to the centre. When exposure mode is changed within P, S, A and M in autofocus, or in manual focus, selected focus area remains. Select the focus area while exposure meter is on. Focus area cannot be selected when exposure meter is off.

Set the AF Area mode selector to A.
Dynamic AF Mode is selected with the focus mode set to autofocus, and Single Area mode is selected with the focus mode set to manual. Focus Area selector is locked and focus area cannot be selected when AF Area mode other than A is selected.
Lightly press the shutter release button and press the focus area selector up/down/right/ left to change the focus area toward the corresponding direction. Selected focus area is highlighted with the Vari-Brite display (p. 9). Selected focus area is also indicated in the LCD panel.
Press the focus area selector to select a focus area.

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AF-Assist Illuminator
When the subject is dark and the shutter release button is pressed lightly, the cameras AF-Assist Illuminator automatically turns on and enables autofocus operation in a dark environment. NOTE: Lenses incompatible with AF-Assist Illuminator
Autofocus using the cameras AF-Assist Illuminator cannot be performed with following lenses at a shooting distance within 1m due to vignetting. AF Micro 200mm f/4 IF-ED AF-S 17-35mm f/2.8 ED AF 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5 ED AF 20-35mm f/2.8 IF AF 24-85mm f/2.8-4 IF AF 24-120mm f/3.5-5.6 IF AF Micro 70-180mm f/4.5-5.6 ED Autofocus using the cameras AF-Assist Illuminator cannot be performed with following lens at a shooting distance within 1.5m at telephoto due to vignetting. AF-S 28-70mm f/2.8 IF-ED at 70mm (usable at approx. 1m or longer shooting distance at wideangle)

Approx. 0.5-3m

AF-Assist Illuminator automatically turns on in the following situations: Focus mode is autofocus, AF Nikkor lens is used, subject is dark and centre focus area is selected or Dynamic AF Mode with Closest-Subject Priority is activated. AF-Assist Illuminator does not turn on in d or g. Focal length of the usable AF Nikkor lens is 24200mm. The distance range of the AF-Assist Illuminator is approx. 0.5-3m. Autofocus using the cameras AFAssist Illuminator cannot be performed due to vignetting with some lenses at a shooting distance less than 1m (page 51). When the optional Speedlight with AF-Assist Illuminator is attached and the conditions for the AF-Assist Illumination are met, the AF-Assist Illuminator of the optional Speedlight automatically turns on. With other optional Speedlights, the cameras Illuminator turns on (page 109). 12 : AF-Assist Illuminator can be cancelled (p. 76).
NOTE: Continuous use of the AF-Assist Illuminator
When the AF-Assist Illuminator is used continuously, illumination is limited temporarily to protect the firing tube. The illumination restarts after a few moments. Also, when the AF-Assist Illuminator is used repeatedly in a short period of time, be careful not to touch the AF-Assist Illuminator lamp because it may become hot.
Autofocus using the cameras AF-Assist Illuminator cannot be performed with following lenses due to vignetting. AF-S 80-200mm f/2.8 IF-ED AF 80-200mm f/2.8 ED AF VR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6 ED

Set the exposure mode dial to S.

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Aperture-Priority Auto Exposure Mode
A: Aperture-Priority Auto
Enables you to set the desired aperture (lens minimum to maximum) manually. The camera automatically selects a shutter speed suitable for correct exposure.
A (Aperture-Priority Auto) can only be used with a CPU Nikkor lens such as G- or D-type Nikkor (page 104). In flash photography, varying the aperture changes the flash shooting distance (page 98).
Set the aperture (lens minimum to maximum) by rotating the Command Dial.

Small aperture f/32

When the subject is too dark or too bright, one of the following warning indications will appear in the viewfinder and LCD panel. (Over- or underexposure value is indicated with the electronic analogue exposure display in the viewfinder.) HI: Select smaller aperture (larger f-number). If the warning indication remains on, use an ND filter (optional). Lo: Select larger aperture (smaller f-number). If the warning indication remains on, use the Speedlight. If the subject is too dark or backlit, the flash recommended indication blinks in the viewfinder when you lightly press the shutter release button. Use the Speedlight (pages 95/107).
By varying the aperture, and thus controlling the depth of field (page 102), you can sharpen the background and foreground, or blur the background. Large aperture f/2.8 Overexposure
Set the exposure mode dial to A.

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Manual Exposure Mode

M: Manual

Enables you to set both shutter speed (-[Time] and 30-1/2000 sec.) and aperture (lens minimum to maximum) manually.
Non-CPU lenses (page 106) can only be used in Manual exposure mode.
With electronic analogue exposure display in the viewfinder, you can produce various creative effects by adjusting the exposure. Long Time exposure (Time) can be set in Manual exposure mode.
Set the shutter speed and aperture while checking the electronic analogue exposure display in the viewfinder.
Set the shutter speed (-- [Time] and 30-1/2000 sec.) by rotating the Command Dial and aperture (minimum to maximum) by rotating the Command Dial while pressing the Q aperture button. The electronic analogue display in the viewfinder indicates the difference between the selected exposure (shutter speed and aperture) and the correct exposure. The electronic analogue exposure display blinks when the subject brightness is beyond the cameras exposure range. (Electronic analogue exposure display is not available with Long Time exposure.) The following examples show electronic analogue exposure display indications: Over 2 EV +1 EV Correct exposure 1/2 EV
Set the exposure mode dial to M.
Metering system automatically switches to Centre-Weighted from Matrix in Manual exposure mode. When a non-CPU Nikkor lens is attached, -appears in the LCD panel and viewfinder. Set/confirm aperture with the lens aperture ring. Cameras exposure meter cannot be used. See page 106 for details.

Centre-Weighted Metering

Centre-Weighted Metering places special emphasis on brightness within the 12mm-diameter circle in the viewfinder and is thus useful for basing exposure on a specific area of the scene.

Under 2 EV

Compose picture, focus and shoot.
If the subject is too dark or backlit, the flash recommended indication blinks in the viewfinder when you lightly press the shutter release button. Use the Speedlight (pages 95/107).

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Long Time Exposure
Long Time (Time) exposure of more than 30 sec.
When the exposure mode dial is set to M (Manual), set the shutter speed indication to -- (next after 30 sec.) to set Long Time (Time) exposure. Depress the shutter release button once to open the shutter, then press the shutter release button again to close the shutter. This function is useful for shooting nighttime scenes or stars.

ADVANCED OPERATION

This section features descriptions of operations using the F75/F75Ds advanced functions.
In Long Time exposure, camera shake can be reduced by using the Self-Timer (page 40) or Remote Control (page 84) and tripod.
Set the exposure mode dial to M and rotate the Command Dial to set the shutter speed indication to --. Rotate the Command Dial while pressing the Q aperture button to set the aperture.
Exposure Compensation Auto Exposure Bracketing Multiple Exposure
Depressing the shutter release button once opens the shutter and the self-timer lamp flickers slightly during Long Time (Time) exposure. -- and other indications such as aperture are displayed in the LCD panel, but all the indications turn off in the viewfinder. Press the shutter release button again to close the shutter. Continuous exposure is possible for approx. 4 hours with a fresh set of batteries. Note that continuous exposure time is reduced when shooting at low temperatures. Auto Exposure Bracketing (page 66) cannot be performed during Long Time (Time) exposure.

Multiple Exposure cannot be performed in a or Vari-Program. Multiple Exposure and Auto Exposure Bracketing (page 66) cannot be set simultaneously.

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Menu/Features of Custom Setting
Set the Custom Setting selector to CSM and select a menu number by rotating the Command Dial.
Set the Custom Setting selector to CSM and press the j and k buttons simultaneously for more than two sec.
12 menus (1 to 12) are available.
Select the desired option number by pressing the k button.
All the Custom Settings are cancelled and reset to their initial factory settings. disappears from the LCD panel. Each Custom Setting can be cancelled and reset to initial setting by selecting the number of initial setting (e.g. 0 with Custom Setting menu number 1) at step 2 of the Creating Custom Setting.
The option number changes as you press the k button. When the option number other than initial setting is displayed in the LCD panel, appears in the LCD panel. Rotate the film advance mode/Custom Setting selector to set desired film advance mode. The shutter cannot be released when the film advance mode/Custom Setting selector is set to CSM. Set the dial to the desired film advance mode before shooting.

Creating Custom Setting

Cancelling Custom Setting

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Menu/Features of Custom Settingcontinued
* Refer also to the Custom Setting Menu table at the end of this instruction manual.
1. Beep sound (pages 28, 41, 84)
Options: 0: Activated (initial setting) 1: Disabled At initial setting, beep sound is emitted when focus is achieved in autofocus, during self-timer or two-sec. remote control operation. This beep sound can be turned off with option 1 in this menu.
Options: 0: Disabled (initial setting) 1: Activated At initial setting, Auto Exposure Lock can be performed by pressing the x button. However, Auto Exposure can be set to be locked by lightly pressing the shutter release button.
6. AE-L button (pages 52/80)
0: Auto Exposure lock only (initial setting) 1: AE/AF simultaneous lock 2: AF operation only starts by pressing x button At initial setting, only Auto Exposure is locked when the x button is pressed. However, Auto Exposure and autofocus can be set to be locked simultaneously. Also at initial setting, autofocusing starts when the shutter release button is lightly pressed, but it can be set to activate when the x button is pressed. (In this setting, pressing the shutter release button lightly does not start autofocusing.) Options

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Usable Optional Speedlightscontinued

Accessory shoe

An optional Speedlight, i.e. SB-80DX, SB-50DX, SB-30, SB-28/28DX, SB-27, SB-23 or SB-22s can be attached directly to the accessory shoe of the F75/F75D without a cord. This accessory shoe is equipped with a safety lock which prevents accidental drop when a Speedlight with a safetylock pin (SB-80DX, SB-30, SB-28/28DX, SB-27, SB-26, SB-25 or SB-22s) is attached. Remove accessory shoe cover when attaching an optional Speedlight to the accessory shoe.
Notes on using optional Speedlights
See your Speedlight manual for details. If the camera groups are defined in the manual of the Speedlight with TTL Auto Flash, see the section for camera group I. Flash sync speed is 1/90 sec. or slower when using an optional Speedlight. Available film speeds for TTL Auto Flash are ISO 25 to ISO 800. When Red-Eye Reduction or Red-Eye Reduction with Slow Sync is set on a camera attached with the Speedlight with Red-Eye Reduction function, the Red-Eye Reduction lamp of the Speedlight lights up. With other Speedlights without Red-Eye Reduction function, the Red-Eye Reduction lamp of the camera body lights up. When optional Speedlight with AF-Assist Illuminator, SB-80DX, 50DX, 28/28DX, 27, 26, 25 or 24, is attached, the AF-Assist Illuminator of the optional Speedlight emits light when the focus mode is set to AF, an AF Nikkor lens is attached, the subject is dark and centre focus area is selected or Dynamic AF Mode with Closest-Subject Priority is activated. With other optional Speedlights, the AF-Assist Illuminator on the camera emits light. Set the exposure mode to Aperture-Priority Auto or Manual to take flash pictures with flash mode other than TTL auto (non-TTL auto or manual).

Flash Cancel

Available flash sync mode with optional Speedlight
Exposure Front-Curtain mode Sync Red-Eye Reduction R R R R R R R R R Red-Eye Reduction with Slow Sync R R R Slow Sync R R R Rear-Curtain Sync R R R R

a s d* f g* h P S A M

R R R R R R R R R
With the SB-26, 25 or 24, when Slow Sync is set on the camera body in h, RearCurtain Sync is performed if Rear-Curtain Sync is set on the Speedlight. With the SB-26, 25 or 24, when Red-Eye Reduction or Red-Eye Reduction with Slow Sync is set on the camera body, Speedlight performs Red-Eye Reduction or Red-Eye Reduction with Slow Sync even if Rear-Curtain Sync is set on the Speedlight.

Eyepiece correction lenses
Eyepiece correction lenses enable near- or far-sighted photographers to adjust the eyepiece dioptre to suit their vision, and can be attached easily by inserting onto the viewfinder eyepiece. Nine optional eyepiece correction lenses provide viewfinder dioptre settings of 5, 4, 3, 2, 0, +0.5, +1, +2 and +3m1 (combined dioptre with setting on camera body). We recommend that you actually look through the viewfinder with various correction lenses attached before making a purchase, since viewfinder dioptre differs from one person to another. Use the optional eyepiece correction lens when you need eyepiece correction over 1.5 to +0.8m1 that can be adjusted using the F75/F75Ds dioptre adjustment lever. The rubber eyecup cannot be used together with the eyepiece correction lenses.

Lenses

A wide variety of AF lenseswideangle, telephoto, zoom, Micro or DC (Defocus image Control)is available for the F75/F75D.

Soft case (CF-63)

Camera case CF-63 is available for this camera. The camera body fits inside the case with AF 28-80mm f/3.3-5.6G or smaller lens attached.
Neckstraps/Handstrap AH-4
Braid-type AN-4B (black) and AN-4Y (yellow), wide braid-type AN-6Y (yellow) and AN-6W (burgundy) neckstraps are available. Handstrap AH-4 helps you hold the camera firmly and easily, and shoot in quickmotion.

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Camera Care

Cleaning camera body

Use a blower brush to remove dirt and dust from the camera body and clean it with a soft, clean cloth. After using the camera near seawater, wipe the camera body with a soft, clean cloth slightly moistened with pure water to remove salt, and then dry it with a dry cloth. NEVER use organic solvents like thinner or benzene. They may damage the camera.
Remove the batteries and store the camera with a desiccant
If you do not intend to use the camera for a long time, remove the batteries to protect the camera from battery leakage. In a humid environment, store the camera inside a plastic bag with a desiccant to keep out dust, moisture and salt. Note, however, that storing leather cases in vinyl bags may cause the leather to deteriorate. Keep the batteries in a cool, dry place away from heat or humidity. Change the desiccant occasionally since it does not absorb moisture effectively after a while. Leaving the camera unused for a long period of time may cause mould to grow and result in malfunction. Turn the power on and release the shutter a few times once per month. To maintain the built-in Speedlight in peak condition, fire it a few times every month. This will enable you to use the flash for many years.

Turn the camera power off when changing batteries
Turn the camera power off before changing batteries and insert the batteries with and ends positioned correctly. Stains on the battery poles may cause lack of contact. Wipe the batteries well with a dry cloth before installing. M blinks (appears without blinking when exposure meter is off) o, M and frame counter blink
m appears Batteries are nearing (When exposure exhaustion. meter is on) Batteries are just about m blinks (appears without exhausted. blinking when exposure meter is off) and m Batteries are exhausted during film rewind. blink
Turn the power off and replace batteries with new ones.
Use fresh batteries at low temperatures
Battery power diminishes at extremely low temperatures and the camera may not function properly with old batteries. Use a fresh set of batteries at low temperatures, keep spare batteries warm, and use them alternately. Film advance speed lowers and number of usable film rolls becomes less at low temperatures. However, battery power may recover when the temperature returns to normal.
Do not throw batteries into a fire or short circuit batteries
Do not throw batteries into a fire. Do not short, disassemble, heat or charge batteries. -- blinks -- blinks Non-CPU lens is attached or lens is not attached.
Turn the power off, replace batteries with new ones and turn the power on again. If this warning appears frequently, contact authorised Nikon dealer or service centre. Attach CPU lens. With a non-CPU lens, set the exposure mode to M and set the aperture with lens aperture ring.

18, 106

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Troubleshootingcontinued

E appears Err and E blink E blinks when exposure meter is turned on HI appears

blinks blinks blinks

When the subject is bright, use ND filter and when the subject is dark, use flash. The electronic analogue exposure display remains blinking when the Speedlight is used.
Film is not correctly Reload film. installed. Film is not correctly Reload film. advanced. Film remains in the camera after film rewind is complete. Autofocus is not possible. Overexposure warning (subject is too bright). Remove the film cartridge.

# or % blinks Subject brightness is beyond cameras (in M exposure exposure range. mode)
-- blinks Focus manually. In P mode, use ND filter. In S mode, select faster shutter speed. In A mode, select smaller aperture (larger f-number). If the warning indication remains after performing above remedies in S or A mode, use ND filter as well. In P mode, use flash. In S mode, select slower shutter speed. In A mode, select larger aperture (smaller f-number). If the warning indication remains after performing above remedies in S or A mode, use flash as well.

-- blinks

Shutter speed is set to -- (Time) in S mode. Auto Exposure Bracketing is set during Long Time exposure.

/ blinks HI appears

90 appears (when shutter speed faster than 1/90 sec. is selected) 90 appears
Cancel the -- by selecting 57, sec. or faster shutter speed, or select M mode to perform Long Time Exposure. Select shutter speed other 62, 68 than -- to cancel Long Time exposure, or cancel Auto Exposure Bracketing. Simply release the shutter to take a flash picture. (Shutter speed automatically shifts to 1/90 sec.) Use Speedlight.

blinks

Lo appears
Underexposure warning (subject is too dark).
Subject is too dark and flash is recommended in P, S, A or M mode.

55, 57, 59, 61, 90, 95

Shutter speed faster than sync speed is selected in S or M mode in flash photography.

94, 97

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Glossary

Remedy Page

91, 97, 98

CPU Central Processing Unit. The electronic component that controls an electronic products functions. AF Nikkor (including G- and D-type AF Nikkor) and AI-P-Nikkor lenses have built-in CPUs. Depth of Field See the column on page 102. EV Exposure Value: A number representing the available combinations of shutter speeds and apertures that give the same exposure effect under conditions of similar scene brightness and ISO. At ISO 100, the combination of a one-second shutter speed and an aperture of f/1.4 is defined as EV1. The camera can be used only within the EV range of the exposure meter. For example, with the F75/F75D, the exposure metering range is from EV1 to EV20 at ISO 100 with an f/1.4 lens. Exposure See the column on page 32. Exposure bracketing Shooting the same subject a number of times at a range of different exposures to attain proper exposure. Three shots with metered EV, under EV, and over EV exposure are performed in that order with the F75/F75D. Automatic exposure bracketing is performed with varied shutter speeds and/or apertures. Exposure Compensation In a situation such as when your subject is strongly backlit, exposure compensation enables you to intentionally compensate the standard exposure value measured by the camera to create a desired effect. Exposure compensation of 3 EV to +3 EV in 1/2 steps is available with the F75/F75D. Flash shooting distance range The distance range over which a flash can effectively provide light. Flash shooting distance range is controlled by the amount of flash output available. Each automatic Speedlights flash output varies from maximum duration to minimum duration. Close-up subjects will require lower (to minimum) output, while more distant subjects will require more light up to the maximum output. The flash shooting distance range varies with the aperture, film speed, etc. Flash synchronisation Timing of the flash so it coincides with release of the cameras shutter. There are two types of synchronisation: Front-Curtain Sync, which fires the flash at the start of the exposure, and Rear-Curtain Sync, which fires the flash at the end of the exposure. Flash sync speed Shutter speed at which the entire film frame is exposed when the flash is fired in flash shooting. The F75/F75Ds flash sync speed is 1/90 sec. or slower.

Shutter Shutter speeds

Sync contact Built-in Speedlight
Film rewind Multiple exposure LCD panel information

Flash control

Shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation, exposure compensation value, auto exposure bracketing, multiple exposure, flash sync mode, focus area, battery power, frame counter, self-timer, remote control Built-in clock: 24-hour type with timing accuracy within 90 seconds a month; leap year adjustment until December 31, 2049 Usable film: ISO 32 to 3200 DX-coded film Display mode: Year/Month/Day, Day/Hour/Minute, No Imprint, Month/Day/Year and Day/Month/Year Hinged back with film confirmation window F75D: data imprint LCD panel/buttons Two 3V CR2 lithium batteries Power ON and OFF position Auto meter shut-off 5 sec. after power turned on if no operations are performed; activated by lightly pressing shutter release button after power is turned on
Date/time imprint function (F75D only)

Flash sync mode

Camera back Power source Power switch Exposure meter
Ready-light Flash recommended indication Accessory shoe

Selectable in P, S, A, M

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Battery power confirmation In LCD panel and viewfinder, with exposure meter on LCD panel Viewfinder N M M m m Status Stays on Stays on Blinking Meaning Sufficient power Batteries are nearing exhaustion Batteries are just about exhausted
AF-Assist Illuminator..29, 39, 50-51, 88, 97, 109-110 Aperture-Priority Auto exposure mode..10, 27, 32, 58-59, 88, 97, 99 Auto Exposure Bracketing..35, 54-55, 62, 66-68, 70, 88, 121 Autofocus..24-25, 44 Automatic Balanced Fill-Flash with TTL Multi Sensor..90-91, 107 AUTO mode.11, 26, 27, 55, 88, 97, 99 Auto-Multi Program..10, 27, 32, 54-55, 88, 97, 99 Auto-Servo AF...44 Dynamic AF Mode..46-47 Dynamic AF Mode with Centre-Subject Priority..36, 46-47 Dynamic AF Mode with Closest-Subject Priority..24, 36, 46-47
Electronic rangefinder..45 Exposure Compensation.64, 88, 121 Exposure meter..14, 17 Exposure mode..10-11, 26-27, 54-62, 88, 97, 99, 104
Usable number of 36-exposure (24exposure) film rolls per set of two fresh 3V lithium batteries
At 20C Without flash With flash and AF-Assist Illuminator for half of all exposures Approx. 40 (60) Approx. 12 (18)
At 10C Approx. 23 (34) Approx. 7 (10)
Autofocus operation using an AF Zoom-Nikkor 28-80mm f/3.3-5.6G lens, covering the full range from infinity () to the closest distance and back to infinity () before each shot, with a shutter speed of 1/90 sec. or faster. Tripod socket Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight (without batteries) Optional exclusive accessories 1/4 (ISO 1222) F75: Approx. 131 x 92.5 x 65mm F75D: Approx. 131 x 92.5 x 67.5mm F75: Approx. 380g F75D: Approx. 385g Battery Pack MB-18, Soft case CF-63

 

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Nikon N75's 25-segment 3D Matrix Metering System utilizes an on board database of over 30, 000 stored images in all Auto Modes to ensure proper exposure. Center Partial Metering is automatically selected in Manual mode. Spot Metering is selectable in AE Lock with custom setting option. New three-mode Focus Area Selection toggle switch makes it easy to capture precious moments. Nikon's exclusive Dynamic AF technology is incorporated into Closest Subject Priority, User-Selected Area and Center-Subject Priority Modes. Innovative autofocus system features five separate AF detections sensors that cover the top, bottom, center, left and right of the frame for fluid and accurate composition and coverage. In-focus, confirmation beep notifies you when subject is in focus. AUTO mode setting removes quesswork from picture taking. Five Vari-Program modes tailored to specific scenes and subjects, such as portrait, landscape, close-up, sports and night portrait, significantly enhance the N75's versatility. Complete selection of exposure modes including Auto-Multi Program, Shutter-Priority Auto, Aperture-Priority Auto, and Manual settings deliver precise exposure control, expanding creative potential. Never forget new batteries or film. New On-Screen Battery/Film Indicators in the viewfinder show battery power and film supply status. Built-in Speedlight with 3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash automatically pops up to fire in low-light or backlit conditions in AUTO and Vari-Program Modes (except landscape and sports). Comprehensive features include Front-Curtain Sync, Slow Sync, Rear-Curtain Sync, Red Eye Reduction, Red Eye Reduction with Slow Sync and Flash Cancel. 5-Segment TTL Multi-Sensor and Monitor Pre-Flash system determines the right amount of flash needed to fill in or eliminate shadows in bright-light situations and automatically balance foreground and background illuminations for stunning results. Comfortable, contoured design fits easily in your hands with buttons and dials conveniently placed to facilitate use. Other controls includes Exposure compensation from +/- 3 EV in 1/2 EV steps, 3 Frame Auto Exposure Bracketing in 1/2 EV steps, Built-In Diopter, Multiple Exposure Control, AF Assist Illuminator for low light shooting, Depth-of-Field Preview Button, Self Timer, Remote Control capability and 12 Custom Settings.

 

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