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|dgersic||4:57pm on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010|
|I use the converter on a Nikon 300mm vr and it works great images are as sharp as the lens alone.|
|DE-Vorlage||12:48pm on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010|
|The Nikon F75 handles very well, looks great, easy to use, buttons and features are all in the right places, has manual control.|
|thingkcp||9:38am on Thursday, September 16th, 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. 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.|
|Kelly81xas||5:38am on Sunday, August 29th, 2010|
|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.|
|jmgervai||4:16am on Saturday, July 24th, 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... 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...|
|Hachi||4:28am on Sunday, June 6th, 2010|
|Extremely Fast!! Ordered a Nikon F75 camera and within 4 days I had it in my hands!|
|papa-heinz||4:01am on Friday, June 4th, 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. I bought this converter for the Nikon 70-200mm VR lens to cover football.|
|tknaps||11:45pm on Wednesday, May 12th, 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...|
|Avi||8:04pm on Monday, May 3rd, 2010|
|The Nikon F75 handles very well, looks great, easy to use, buttons and features are all in the right places, has manual control. excellent slr for the money ive had this nikon 5 years with no problems at all.|
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|jdechellis||3:19am on Monday, April 5th, 2010|
|sharpness of images, ease of use, replaces longer, more cumbersome lenses. I prefer to stick with Nikon brands so as to assure comformity.|
|cdpc||10:08pm on Sunday, April 4th, 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... sharpness of images, ease of use, replaces longer, more cumbersome lenses. I prefer to stick with Nikon brands so as to assure comformity.|
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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
Body cap (P. 19)
Accessory shoe cover (P. 108)
Eyepiece cap DK-5 (P. 82)
00 (numbers from 1 to 12) indicates that the function/mode changes according to Custom Setting menu number.
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
Menu/Features of Custom Setting...72-76
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
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
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
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 Mode....44-45 Focus Area Mode....46-47 Focus Area Selection....48-49 AF-Assist Illuminator...50-51 Focus Lock....52
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
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
F75D only: Data imprint LCD/buttons
1. Date/time LCD 2. : Year indicator 3. MODE button: Push to select one of five available displays. 4. SELECT button: Push to select date/time to be adjusted. 5. M: Month indicator 6. : Data imprint indicator: Blinks approx. 2 sec. when data is imprinted. 7. ADJUST button: Push to adjust date/time.
Built-in Speedlight (p. 38/90)
Exposure mode dial (p. 10)
LCD Panel/Viewfinder Display
Self-timer (p. 40) Shutter speed Beep sound (p. 28) Auto Exposure Bracketing (p. 66) Battery power (p. 17) Exposure Compensation (p. 64) Focus indicator (p. 29/44) Shutter speed Aperture Focus area (p. 48) Multiple Exposure (p. 69) * The illustrations are fully labelled for your reference. Frame counter (p. 21)/Exposure Compensation value (p. 64) Custom Setting (p. 72) Electronic analogue exposure (p. 61)/ Exposure Compensation value display (p. 64) Flash ready-light (p. 39/91)/Flash recommended indication (p. 95) Exposure Compensation (p. 64) Film status (p. 21) Focus area (focus brackets) (p. 28/48) Remote control (p. 84) Aperture Battery power (p. 17)
Flash sync mode (p. 92/95)
Vari-Brite focus area and warning indications
The F75/F75D employs the convenient Vari-Brite Focus Area display system; it enables clear display of the focus brackets at the selected focus area in the viewfinder for easy identification. When the finder image is bright, the focus brackets are displayed in black and when the finder image is dark, the focus brackets are momentarily illuminated in red. Also, when battery power is low or film is not loaded properly, warning indications such as m or are displayed in the viewfinder.
* Due to characteristics of the LCD used in the Vari-Brite Focus Area display system, a thin line outside the selected focus area may also be displayed or the entire viewfinder may be illuminated in red under certain conditions. These are not malfunctions.
NOTE: About LCD
The LCD panel and viewfinder displays tend to turn darker at high temperatures and have slower response time at low temperatures. In either case, when the temperature returns to normal, the displays also return to normal.
LCD illuminator button
Pressing the j button turns exposure meter on (p. 17), and the LCD panel is illuminated and can be confirmed in the dark. The illumination remains on as long as the exposure meter is on. Illumination turns off after lightly pressing the shutter release button or shutter release. 11 : The illuminator can be set to come on when any button is pressed (p. 76).
Gently close the camera back until the camera back snaps closed.
Turn the power switch on, open the camera back by sliding the camera back lock release lever and load film.
The film automatically advances to the final frame with blinking o, o, o, o as indicated in the LCD panel, and film rewinds one frame at a time as photos are taken. The LCD panel indicates number of exposures left on film. When the film has completed set up, a shutter sound is let out but no picture has been taken. When E appears in the LCD panel, or Err and E in the LCD panel and in the viewfinder blink, film is not properly installed. Open the camera back again and reload film by aligning the film leader to the red index mark. blinks in the viewfinder when the film is not loaded. Pictures taken on frames beyond the indicated number of the exposures for the film roll may be discarded in the process of developing. 2 : Warning indications in the viewfinder can be set not to appear (p. 74).
Film cartridge can be loaded smoothly if inserted from the bottom. Make sure to insert the film cartridge all the way in.
Pull film leader across to red index mark.
Make sure to align the film leader to the red index mark; if the film leader is not properly aligned to the index mark (short of or beyond the mark), film may not be loaded properly. Hold the film cartridge and ensure film is properly positioned with no slack. With DX-coded film, film speed will be set automatically between ISO 25 to ISO 5000. Film speed is set to ISO 100 with non-DXcoded film.
ISO (film speed) DX mark
NOTE: Loading/removing film
Shutter curtains are very thin. Do not touch the shutter curtains with your finger or the film leader.
Avoid direct sunlight when changing film outdoors. You can check the number of available exposures on the film roll and film speed through the film confirmation window. Infrared films cannot be used with this camera since an infrared sensor is used for the detection of the film frame position.
Set Date and Time (F75D only)
This camera allows you to imprint Year/Month/Day, Day/Hour/Minute (24-hour clock), Month/Day/Year or Day/Month/Year on your picture in any exposure mode. (For imprinting date/time, see page 42.)
BASIC OPERATION 1
This section features the settings for most common picture-taking situations using AUTO mode (a) to enable easy operation even for beginners.
Adjusting date and time (Example: year 2003, April 1) Push button to select one of the date or time displays. Push SELECT button so section to be corrected starts blinking.
When the shutter release button is lightly pressed, shutter speed and aperture are indicated in the LCD panel and viewfinder. When the exposure mode is set to a, Matrix Metering is automatically selected. Vari-Program
s d f g h P S
Matrix Metering (page 32)
The Matrix Meter employed in the F75/F75D uses a 25-segment sensor to achieve superior metering results even in extremely complex lighting conditions. The microcomputer analyses data including scene brightness and contrastand subject distance when you use a G- or D-type Nikkor lens (3D Matrix Metering is performed)and makes the calculations necessary to assure correct exposure. This camera automatically selects Matrix Metering in all exposure modes except Manual exposure mode (page 60). Centre-Weighted Metering is selected in Manual exposure mode.
In a mode, Flexible Program (p. 55), Exposure Compensation (p. 64), Auto Exposure Bracketing (p. 66), Multiple Exposure (p. 69), Slow Sync (p. 92), Rear-Curtain Sync (p. 93) and Red-Eye Reduction with Slow Sync (p. 93) cannot be set.
Manual p. 60
Hold Camera and Focus
Focus indicator appears or blinks as follows: / appears: Subject is in focus. / blinks: Unable to focus using autofocus. With dark subjects, the cameras AF-Assist Illuminator (page 50) is automatically activated to guide autofocus (except in d or g). Keep your elbow propped against your body for support. Stand with one foot forward a half step and keep your upper body still. Grasp the camera handgrip with your right hand and use your left hand to cradle the camera (or lens). 1 : In-focus beep sound can be set not to be emitted (p. 74).
Lightly pressing the shutter release button automatically focuses the camera on the subject.
Hold the camera properly.
Dioptre adjustment (page 82) enables you to see more clearly through the viewfinder. To take a picture of a subject outside the focus area, shift the focus area (page 48) or use focus lock (page 52). In situations where autofocus may not work as expected, see page 25.
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).
After the shutter is released, the film automatically advances to the next frame and the next shot can be taken. When exposures remaining in the film becomes 5 or less, appears and W blinks for five sec. in the viewfinder.
If any other warning indications appear, see page 117. For mid-roll rewind, see page 78.
About Metering Systems and Exposure
Metering systems and exposure are important factors for taking pictures. Knowing the characteristics of each factor helps you widen your photographic expression.
BASIC OPERATION 2
This section describes the following basic operations:
As the proper combination of shutter speed and aperture for correct exposure is determined according to subject brightness and film sensitivity, measuring subject brightness is very important. In general, brightness inside the viewfinder is not uniform. The F75/F75D provides two metering systems: Matrix Metering (page 26) and CentreWeighted Metering (page 60). With Matrix Metering, data on scene brightness is detected by the 25-segment Matrix sensor. Using G- or D-type Nikkor lenses, the F75/F75D camera performs 25-segment 3D Matrix Metering by adding distance information to determine correct exposure. With Centre-Weighted Metering, brightness is detected at the central areas including five focus areas in the viewfinder. With the F75/F75D, Matrix Metering is automatically selected when the exposure mode is set to other than Manual and Centre-Weighted Metering is selected with Manual exposure mode.
Light from the subject passes through the lens and exposes the film. Light reaching the film is controlled by the shutter speed and aperture. The proper combination of shutter speed and aperture for subject brightness and film sensitivity results in the correct exposure. The F75/F75Ds a mode (page 26), Auto-Multi Program (page 54) and VariProgram (page 34) automatically control shutter speed and aperture. VariProgram gives you the option to choose from Portrait, Landscape, Close-Up, Sports or Night Portrait modedesigned for specific picture-taking situations and photographic images. In Shutter-Priority Auto exposure mode (page 56), you can manually set shutter speed and the camera automatically sets the proper aperture. In Aperture-Priority Auto exposure mode (page 58), you can manually set aperture and the camera automatically sets the proper shutter speed. In Manual exposure mode (page 60), you manually set both shutter speed and aperture.
Press v (self-timer) button and confirm that V appears on the LCD panel. (Or, rotate the Command Dial while pressing the v
button until V appears on the LCD panel.) BASIC OPERATION 2
The display changes as follows: No display (cancel) Immediate release for remote control Two-sec. delay release for remote control
Self-timer shooting cannot be performed unless the cameras shutter can be released (i.e. when subject cannot be brought into focus with autofocus). Once the self-timer is activated, the shutter will release in 10 seconds. The selftimer lamp will blink for 8 sec. and then illuminate for 2 sec. before the shutter is released. During activation of the self-timer, beep sound is emitted. Self-timer is cancelled after shutter is released. When Red-Eye Reduction (page 93) is set, self-timer activates and the selftimer/red-eye reduction lamp lights for 1 sec. before the shutter releases at the same output level as the normal Red-Eye Reduction function. To cancel the self-timer mode or the self-timer during self-timer operation, either turn the power switch off, press the v button until V and c disappear from the LCD panel or rotate the Command Dial while pressing the v button until V and c disappear from the LCD panel. 1 : Self-timer beep sound can be set not to be emitted (p. 74). 9 : The time delay of the self-timer can be set to 2, 5 or 20 sec. (p. 76).
Use a tripod or place the camera on a stable surface before using the self-timer. To shoot in an exposure mode other than Manual, cover the eyepiece with the supplied eyepiece cap DK-5 (page 82) or with your hand before pressing the shutter release button to prevent interference from stray light and achieve correct exposure. Do not stand in front of the lens when setting the self-timer in autofocus mode.
Imprinting Date/Time (F75D only)
You can imprint the following date information on your picture: Year/Month/Day, Day/Hour/Minute, Month/Day/Year or Day/Month/Year. See page 22 to set date and time.
This section features detailed descriptions of focusing operations.
Push MODE button to select available imprinting displays. (Example: year 2003, April 1, 15:30)
Each time you push the MODE button the display changes as follows: Year/Month/Day Day/Hour/Minute No imprint
35mm focal length at 0.7m or longer shooting distance 35mm focal length at 1.2m or longer shooting distance 35mm or longer focal length; and at 35mm, 0.8m or longer shooting distance 28mm or longer focal length; and at 28mm, 0.7m or longer shooting distance 35mm or longer focal length; and at 35mm, 1.2m or longer shooting distance 28mm or longer focal length; and at 28mm, 2.5m or longer shooting distance; at 35mm, 0.8m or longer shooting distance 0.9m or longer shooting distance 50mm or longer focal length; and at 50mm, 1.2m or longer shooting distance At 28mm, 0.7m or longer shooting distance At 28mm, 1.2m or longer shooting distance 35mm or longer focal length At 35mm, 1.2m or longer shooting distance At 70mm, 0.7m or longer shooting distance At 70mm, 3m or longer shooting distance
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About Depth of F ield
Basics of the relationship between focus and depth of field are explained in this section.
This section explains miscellaneous information.
Depth of field
When focusing, depth of field should be considered. Depth of field is the zone of sharpest focus in front of and behind the subject on which the lens is focused. It varies according to shooting distance, focal length and, above all, aperture. Smaller apertures (larger f-numbers) will produce a deeper depth of field where the background and foreground become sharper; larger apertures (smaller f-numbers) will produce a shallower depth of field where the background becomes blurred. Similarly, shorter shooting distance or longer focal length will produce a shallower depth of field, and longer shooting distance or shorter focal length will produce a deeper depth of field. Note that depth of field tends to be shallower in front of and deeper behind the subject in focus.
Large aperture f/2.8
Lens compatibility Usable optional Speedlights Optional accessories Camera care Notes on batteries Troubleshooting Glossary Specifications Index Custom Setting menu
Use a CPU Nikkor lens (except IX-Nikkor) with this camera. G- or D-type AF lenses give you access to all available functions.
*1 Metering system automatically switches to Centre-Weighted Metering when the exposure mode is set to Manual. *2 IX-Nikkor lenses cannot be attached. *3 This camera is compatible with the Vibration Reduction function of the VR Nikkor lens. *4 The cameras exposure metering and flash control system do not work properly when shifting and/or tilting the lens, or when using an aperture other than the maximum aperture. *5 Without shifting and/or tilting the lens. *6 Compatible with AF-S and AF-I Nikkor except AF-S 17-35mm f/2.8D IF-ED, AF-S 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G IF-ED and AF-S 28-70mm f/2.8D IF-ED. *7 With maximum effective aperture of f/5.6 or faster. *8 With maximum aperture of f/5.6 or faster. *9 Some lenses/accessories cannot be attached. (See page 106.) *10 With exposure mode set to Manual. The exposure meter cannot be used. *11 With exposure mode set to Manual and shutter speed set to 1/90 sec. or slower, the exposure meter cannot be used. *12 Attach the PB-6 vertically. (PB-6 can be set to horizontal position after attaching.) When using AF-S VR Nikkor lens, it is recommended that you carry spare batteries and change them frequently. AS-15 must be attached in combination with Medical-Nikkor 200mm f/5.6 for the lens to fire the flash. Reprocopy Outfit PF-4 can be attached in combination with Camera Holder PA-4.
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).
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.
* Built-in Speedlight is always set to Flash Cancel when d or g is selected but flash shooting becomes possible with optional Speedlight. However, turning the optional Speedlight power off activates Flash Cancel mode.
With the SB-26, 25 or 24, even if Front-Curtain Sync is set on the camera body, the Speedlight performs Rear-Curtain Sync when Rear-Curtain Sync is set on the Speedlight in P, S, A or M exposure mode (camera setting is overridden). In a or VariProgram (except h), Speedlight performs Front-Curtain Sync even if Rear-Curtain Sync is set on Speedlight (Speedlight setting is overridden).
A variety of optional accessories, including power source and Speedlight is available for the F75/F75D.
Nikon filters can be divided into three types: screw-in, drop-in and rear-interchange. With the F75/F75D, the filter factor need not be considered except for the R60 filter. Compensate exposure +1 EV when using the R60. Note that when special filters available from manufacturers other than Nikon are used, autofocus or the electronic rangefinder may not operate properly. Use circular-polarising filter C-PL instead of polarising filter Polar. The linear polarising filter cannot be used with the F75/F75D. Use NC filter when using the filter to protect the lens. Moir may occur when shooting a subject against bright light or if a bright light source is in the frame. In this case, remove the filter before shooting.
Battery Pack MB-18
With Battery Pack MB-18, four 1.5V AA-type alkaline-manganese, lithium, NiCd or NiMH batteries can be used to power the F75/F75D. When AA-type lithium batteries are used, the usable number of film rolls increases and stable performance is maintained at low temperatures. (Film advance speed in mode remains the same [as that of batteries installed only in the camera body] with the MB-18.) Alternate shutter release button for vertical shooting is provided.
Remote Control Unit ML-L3
Remote control releases the cameras shutter from a distance. As with self-timer operation, the remote control can also be used when you want to be in the photograph. You can also use the remote control instead of a cable release to reduce camera shake.
Speedlight SB-80DX normally uses four AA-type alkaline-manganese batteries with a guide number of 38 (manual flash, 35mm zoom-head position, ISO 100, m, 20C). Optional external power source SD-7 and SD-8A or Power Bracket SK-6A can also be used. When used with the F75/F75D camera, flash photography such as bounce flash and wireless multiple flash is possible. Also, Non-TTL Auto Flash is compatible with the SB-80DX. Speedlight SB-50DX uses two 3V lithium batteries with a guide number of 22 (manual flash, 35mm zoom-head position, ISO 100, m, 20C). When used with the F75/F75D camera, flash photography such as bounce flash and wireless multiple flash is possible. Also, using the camera's built-in Speedlight and the SB-50DX in P, S, A or M exposure mode, double-flash operation and bounce-flash operation with double flash can be performed. Speedlight SB-30 uses one 3V lithium battery with a guide number of 16 (manual flash, 28mm zoom-head position, ISO 100, m, 20C). When used with the F75/F75D camera, flash photography such as wireless multiple flash using the cameras built-in Speedlight as a master Speedlight and Non-TTL Auto Flash is possible.
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.
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.
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.
Auto Exposure Bracketing Film speed setting Bracketing range: 2 EV; number of shots: three; bracketing steps: 0.5, 1, 1.5 or 2 EV (except in a or Vari-Program) 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 Electronically controlled vertical-travel focal-plane shutter In a, s, d, f, g, h, P, A: Automatically set between 30 and 1/2000 sec. In S: 30 to 1/2000 sec. (in 1/2 steps) In M: 30 to 1/2000 sec. (in 1/2 steps), Time X-contact only; flash synchronisation up to 1/90 sec. In a, Vari-Program (except in d or g) Automatically activated In P, S, A, M: Activated by pressing flash lock-release button Guide number: 12 (at ISO 100, m); flash coverage: 28mm or longer lens; film speed range: ISO 25 to ISO 800 Controlled by TTL Sensor Automatic Balanced Fill-Flash with TTL Multi Sensor: 3D MultiSensor Balanced Fill-Flash compatible with built-in Speedlight or optional Speedlight and D- or G-type Nikkor lens, Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash compatible with built-in Speedlight or optional Speedlight and CPU Nikkor lens other than D/G-type (except in Manual exposure mode) Standard TTL: in Manual exposure mode Film speed range in TTL auto flash: ISO 25 to 800 * See pages 90-91 and 107-111 for details. Front-Curtain Sync (normal sync), Slow Sync, Rear-Curtain Sync, Red-Eye Reduction, Red-Eye Reduction with Slow Sync, Flash Cancel Flash fully charged: ready-light lights Full output warning: ready-light blinks Blinks when the subject is dark or backlit and Speedlight is recommended in P, S, A and M Standard ISO-type hot-shoe contact (sync contact, ready-light contact, TTL Auto Flash contact, GND), safety lock provided Film advance Depth-of-field preview button Film loading Self-timer Remote control (optional) Electronically controlled; timer duration: 10 sec. Infrared, activated by pressing the shutter release button; immediate release mode and 2-sec. delay mode; operating distance: approx. 5m directly in front of the camera; battery: one 3V CR2025 lithium battery; battery life: approx. 5 years (may differ with usage amount or other operating conditions); dimensions: approx. 60 x 28 x 7mm (W x H x D); weight: approx. 10g including battery Stop-down lens aperture by pressing depth-of-field button; electronically controlled Easy loading, automatic prewind with built-in motor; film automatically advances to first frame (frame of the maximum number of available exposure) when camera back is closed Automatic advance with built-in motor : Single-frame shooting, : Continuous shooting Film advance speed: approx. 1.5 fps (fresh batteries) Automatic rewind with built-in motor Mid-roll rewind available
Shutter Shutter speeds
Sync contact Built-in Speedlight
Film rewind Multiple exposure LCD panel information
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
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)
Auto Exposure Lock when shutter release button is lightly pressed AE-L button
3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash...38, 90-91, 99 3D 25-Segment Matrix Metering.26, 32
Metering system in the Auto Exposure lock Time delay for auto meter-switch-off
Rear-Curtain Sync.90, 93-94, 99, 109, 123 Ready-light.9, 39, 91, 95, 97 Red-Eye Reduction.41, 93, 99, 109 Red-Eye Reduction with Slow Sync...93, 99, 109 Remote control..84-87, 112
Vari-Program...11, 27, 32, 34-37, 88, 97, 99 Vignetting..51, 100-101
Standby duration for the remote control operation LCD illuminates by pressing any function button AF-Assist Illuminator activation
1: 1 min. (initial setting) 5: 5 min. 10: 10 min. 0: Disabled (initial setting) 1: Activated 0: Activated (initial setting) 1: Disabled
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FUJI BLDG., 2-3, MARUNOUCHI 3-CHOME, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8331, JAPAN Printed in Thailand K2K000000101 (11)
35mm  Format SLR Camera F75
The essence of excellence
s Easy operation with exposure mode select dial and command dial with large top-deck LCD panel s Nikons exclusive cross-ranged, five-area autofocus sensor (Multi-CAM 900 sensor) s Three AF Area modes: Dynamic AF, Center-subject-priority Dynamic AF and Closest-subject-priority Dynamic AF s Vari-Brite Focus Area display provides at-a-glance AF area confirmation s Lock-On autofocus operation s Nikons exclusive 3D Matrix Metering using 25-segment Matrix sensor s Built-in auto pop-up Speedlight with 28mm lens coverage and guide number of 12/39 (ISO 100, m/ft.) s 3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash with five-segment TTL Multi Sensor s AUTO mode for fully automatic control s Vari-Program System includes five versatile programs s Built-in AF-Assist Illuminator s On-Screen Battery/Film Indicators in the viewfinder show battery power and film supply status s F75D version offers data imprinting s Battery Pack MB-18 with vertical shutter release button
Nikon F75 is sold as Nikon N75 in the U.S.
35mm  Format SLR Camera F75 / Nomenclature / Specifications
1 Aperture/Exposure compensation/Film rewind button 2 LCD illuminator button 3 LCD panel 4 Built-in Speedlight 5 Accessory shoe 6 Exposure mode dial 7 Film advance mode/ Custom Setting selector 8 Camera strap eyelet 9 Flash lock-release/Flash sync mode button ! Camera back lock release lever
" Auto Exposure Bracketing/ Multiple exposure/Film rewind button # Lens release button $ Camera strap eyelet % Self-timer/Remote control button & Shutter release button ( Power switch ) Remote control sensor ~ Self-timer/AF-Assist Illuminator/Red-Eye Reduction lamp + Depth-of-field preview button
, Nikon F metal mount - Focus mode selector. Rubber eyecup / Viewfinder eyepiece : Diopter adjustment lever ; Auto exposure lock button < Command Dial = Focus area selector > AF Area mode selector ? Film confirmation window @ Data Back (F75D only) [ Tripod socket \ Battery chamber cover lock release lever
Flash control: Controlled by TTL Sensor; Automatic Balanced Fill-Flash with TTL Multi Sensor: 3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash compatible with built-in Speedlight or optional Speedlight and D- or G-type Nikkor lens, Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash compatible with built-in Speedlight or optional Speedlight and CPU Nikkor lens other than D/G-type (except in Manual exposure mode); Standard TTL: in Manual exposure mode; Film speed range in TTL auto flash: ISO 25 to 800 Ready-light: Flash fully charged: ready-light lights; Full output warning: ready-light blinks Flash recommended indication: Blinks when the subject is dark or backlit and Speedlight is recommended in , , and 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: 10 seconds Remote control (optional): Infrared, activated by pressing the shutter release button; immediate release mode and 2 seconds delay mode; operating distance: approx. 5m/16 ft. directly in front of the camera; battery: one 3V CR2025 lithium battery; battery life: approx. 5 years (may differ with usage amount or other operating conditions); dimensions: approx. 60 x 28 x 7mm (2.4 x 1.1 x 0.3 in.) (W x H x D); weight: approx. 10g (0.4 oz.) including battery Depth-of-field preview button: Stop-down lens aperture by pressing depth-of-field button; electronically controlled Film loading: Easy loading, automatic prewind with built-in motor; film automatically advances to first frame (frame of the maximum number of available exposure) when camera back is closed Film advance: Automatic advance with built-in motor; : Single-frame shooting, : Continuous shooting; Film advance speed: approx. 1.5 fps (fresh batteries) Film rewind: Automatic rewind with built-in motor; Mid-roll rewind available Multiple exposure: Selectable in , , , LCD panel information: 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 Date/time imprint function: 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 Camera back: Hinged back with film confirmation window; F75D: data imprint LCD panel/buttons Power source: Two 3V CR2 lithium batteries Power switch: Power ON and OFF position Exposure meter: Auto meter shut-off 5 seconds after power turned on if no operations are performed; activated by lightly pressing shutter release button after power is turned on Battery power confirmation: In LCD panel and viewfinder, with exposure meter on
LCD panel N M M Viewfinder m m Status Stays on Stays on Blinking Meaning Sufficient power Batteries are nearing exhaustion Batteries are just about exhausted At 10C/14F Approx. 23 (34) Approx. 7 (10)
Type of camera: Integral-motor autofocus 35mm single-lens reflex with electronically controlled focal-plane shutter and built-in Speedlight Exposure modes: a: AUTO mode, Vari-Program (s: Portrait, d: Landscape, f: Close-Up, g: Sports, h: Night Portrait mode); : Auto-Multi Program (Flexible Program possible) : Shutter-Priority Auto; : Aperture-Priority Auto; : Manual Picture format: 24 x 36mm (standard 35mm film format) Lens mount: Nikon F mount (with AF coupling, AF contacts) Lens: AF Nikkor and AI-P Nikkor lenses (except DX and IX-Nikkor) Viewfinder: Fixed-eyelevel penta-Dach-mirror type, built-in diopter adjustment (1.5 to +0.8m1) Eyepoint: 17mm (at 1.0m1) Focusing screen: B-type Clear Matte Screen V with focus brackets Viewfinder frame coverage: Approx. 89% Finder magnification: Approx. 0.68-0.60x with 50mm lens set to infinity (at 1.5 to +0.8m1) Viewfinder information Focus indications, focus area, shutter speed, aperture, (with illuminator): electronic analog exposure display/Exposure Compensation value display, Exposure Compensation, flash ready-light/flash recommended/full flash output, film status, battery power. Five sets of focus brackets (area), 12mm reference circle for Center-Weighted metering Reflex mirror: Automatic, instant-return type Autofocus: TTL phase detection, Nikon Multi-CAM900 autofocus module with AF-Assist Illuminator (approx. 0.5m-3m/1.6-9.8 ft.); Detection range: EV 1 to EV 19 (ISO 100, at normal temperature) Lens servo: AF Auto-Servo AF: camera automatically chooses Single Servo AF or Continuous Servo AF operation according to the subject status, i.e. stationary or moving : Manual focus Focus area: One of five focus areas can be selected Focus area mode: AF focus mode: Dynamic AF Mode with Closest-Subject Priority, Dynamic AF Mode with Center-Subject Priority, and Dynamic AF Mode; focus mode: Center Area Mode and Single Area Mode Metering system: TTL full-aperture exposure metering system; 3D 25-segment Matrix Metering with G- or D-type AF Nikkor; 25-segment Matrix Metering with AF Nikkor other than G- or D-type (except AF Nikkor for F3AF and IX-Nikkor), AI-P Nikkor; Center-Weighted Metering automatically selected with Manual exposure mode; Spot Metering selectable in Auto Exposure lock with Custom Setting option (metering system in the Auto Exposure lock) Metering range: 3D 25-segment Matrix Metering: EV 1-20, Center-Weighted Metering: EV 1-20, Spot Metering: EV 4-20 (at normal temperature, ISO 100, f/1.4 lens) Exposure compensation: Exposure compensated in 3 EV range, in 1/2 steps (except in or a) Auto Exposure Bracketing: Bracketing range: 2 EV; number of shots: three; bracketing steps: 0.5, 1, 1.5 or 2 EV (except in a or Vari-Program) 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: In a, s, d, f, g, h, , : Automatically set between 30 and 1/2000 s; In : 30 to 1/2000 s (in 1/2 steps); In : 30 to 1/2000 s (in 1/2 steps), Time Sync. contact: X-contact only; flash synchronization up to 1/90 s Built-in Speedlight: In a, Vari-Program (except in d or g): Automatically activated; In , , , : Activated by pressing flash lock-release button; Guide number: 12/39 (at ISO 100, m/ft.); flash coverage: 28mm or longer lens; film speed range: ISO 25 to ISO 800 Flash sync. mode: Front-Curtain Sync (normal sync), Slow Sync, Rear-Curtain Sync, Red-Eye Reduction, Red-Eye Reduction with Slow Sync, Flash Cancel
Usable number of 36-exposure (24-exposure) film rolls per set of two fresh 3V lithium batteries:
Without flash With flash and AF-Assist Illuminator for half of all exposures
At 20C/68F Approx. 40 (60) Approx. 12 (18)
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 s or faster. Tripod socket: 1/4 (ISO 1222) Dimensions (W x H x D): F75: Approx. 131 x 92.5 x 65mm (5.2 x 3.6 x 2.6 in.); F75D: Approx. 131 x 92.5 x 67.5mm (5.2 x 3.6 x 2.7in.) Weight (without batteries): F75: Approx. 380g (13.4 oz.); F75D: Approx. 385g (13.6 oz.)
All specifications apply when fresh batteries are used at normal temperature (20C/68F). Specifications and designs are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer. December 2005 Fuji Bldg., 2-3, Marunouchi 3-chome, Chiyoda-ku, 2003-2005 Nikon Corporation
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