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TheNikonD70sDigitalSLR_1_ - The Nikon D70s Digital SLR Be...

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The Nikon D70s Digital SLR Be sure to take out the manual for reference. Know that you may have to change basic settings. There are helpful diagrams of camera parts on pgs. 3-5. 7. Insert the rechargeable battery on the bottom of the camera and turn the power switch on. Check battery power in the top left corner of the control panel. The battery charger is in the outside pocket of the camera case. 8. Set the ISO , or sensitivity (digital equivalent) pg. 46. The higher the sensitivity, the less light needed to make an exposure, allowing higher shutter speeds or smaller apertures. To set the ISO, press the Menu button. Use the multi-selector to choose the camera icon. Press right and scroll down to ISO. Press right again and choose a speed (200-1600) then highlight OK. 200 is crisper, but requires more light, while 1600 would be used in very low light settings. 9. Take a moment to examine the mode dial on the top left of the camera. For class projects you should use the A, S or M, settings. (pgs. 75-83).
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course RTVF 180 taught by Professor Tolchinsky during the Spring '07 term at Northwestern.

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