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  • Nikon | An invitation to the world of astrophotography - a message from a pro
    own skills is a large part of the enjoyment as well I started astrophotography when I was in elementary school In hindsight the first photo I took was a mess both in the composition and exposure however I still cannot forget the emotion I felt when the Milky Way while white and indistinct to the naked eye appeared with a reddish hue in the photo Ever since then I have gradually established my own shooting methods through endless trial and error Cameras have made remarkable progress since then and almost anything can be shot in auto today However manual shooting is still a fundamental discipline within the field of astrophotography Because of that the photographer s feelings and experience are directly reflected in the resulting images This makes the joy of success after failures even sweeter I would like to invite you to the world of astrophotography and it would be great if this website helps you to start exploring the manually exposed shooting of the stars Takayuki Yoshida Astrophotographer Profile Takayuki Yoshida Born in Hyogo 1971 Began taking astrophotographs in 1982 Professionally exhibited his works from 2000 mainly using medium format silver halide film cameras Since 2004 he has

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Digitutor | D3300
    images help you master new techniques Recommended Recommended Landmarks as Backgrounds Recommended Aquarium Recommended Movie Effects Portrait Photographing Children Landscapes as Backgrounds Magazine Portraits Nature Landscape Landscapes Vehicle Car Train Action Sport Moving Subjects Flower Plant Insect Floral Close ups Food Food Photos Camera Functions This section uses sample images to illustrate camera functions and settings and describes how they are used Auto Mode Scene Mode Auto Modes Auto Auto Modes Auto Flash Off Scene Mode Scene Mode Portrait Scene Mode Landscape Scene Mode Child Scene Mode Sports Scene Mode Close Up Exposure Mode Exposure Compensation Exposure Mode P S A and M Modes Exposure Mode Mode P Programmed Auto Exposure Mode Mode S Shutter Priority Auto Exposure Mode Mode A Aperture Priority Auto Exposure Mode Mode M Manual Exposure Compensation Aperture Depth of Field Special Effects Special Effects Special Effects Color Sketch Special Effects Toy Camera Effect Special Effects Miniature Effect Special Effects Selective Color Special Effects Silhouette Focus Mode Focus Mode Viewfinder Photography Focus Mode Viewfinder Photography AF A Focus Mode Viewfinder Photography AF S Focus Mode Viewfinder Photography AF C AF Area Mode AF Area Mode Viewfinder Photography AF Area AF Area Mode Viewfinder Photography Single Point

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Digitutor | D5300
    images are provided for illustrative purposes only to explain functions Last updated Apr 23 2014 Tips and Tricks This section covers points to remember when photographing different subjects from family photos to travel shots Videos and sample images help you master new techniques Recommended Recommended Landmarks as Backgrounds Recommended Aquarium Recommended Movie Effects Recommended Wi Fi Wireless Networks Portrait Photographing Children Landscapes as Backgrounds Magazine Portraits Nature Landscape Sunsets Landscapes Vehicle Car Train Action Sport Moving Subjects Flower Plant Insect Floral Close ups Animal Pet Pet Portraits Food Food Photos Video shooting Recording Movies Camera Functions This section uses sample images to illustrate camera functions and settings and describes how they are used Auto Mode Scene Mode Auto Modes Auto Auto Modes Auto Flash Off Scene Mode Scene Mode Portrait Scene Mode Landscape Scene Mode Child Scene Mode Sports Scene Mode Close Up Exposure Mode Exposure Compensation Exposure Mode P S A and M Modes Exposure Mode Mode P Programmed Auto Exposure Mode Mode S Shutter Priority Auto Exposure Mode Mode A Aperture Priority Auto Exposure Mode Mode M Manual Exposure Compensation Aperture Depth of Field Special Effects Special Effects Special Effects Color Sketch Special Effects Toy Camera Effect Special Effects Miniature Effect Special Effects Selective Color Special Effects Silhouette Focus Mode Focus Mode Viewfinder Photography Focus Mode Viewfinder Photography AF A Focus Mode Viewfinder Photography AF S Focus Mode Viewfinder Photography AF C AF Area Mode AF Area Mode Viewfinder Photography AF Area AF Area Mode Viewfinder Photography Single Point AF AF Area Mode Viewfinder Photography Dynamic Area AF AF Area Mode Viewfinder Photography 3D Tracking AF Area Mode Viewfinder Photography Auto Area AF Live View Live View Focus Mode Live View AF Area Mode Live View The Information Display Live View Movie Recording Live View Preview Zoom Framing

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Digitutor | D610
    page assumes camera settings are at their default values Sample images are provided for illustrative purposes only to explain functions Last updated Apr 23 2014 Tips and Tricks This section covers points to remember when photographing different subjects from family photos to travel shots Videos and sample images help you master new techniques Recommended Recommended Dim Interiors Recommended Floral Close ups Recommended Background Blur for Movies Portrait High Contrast Lighting Dark Backgrounds Interiors Nature Landscape Night Landscapes Vehicle Car Train Action Sport Motion Snapshot Streetscape Travel Travel Snaps Food Food Photos Video shooting Exposure Camera Functions This section uses sample images to illustrate camera functions and settings and describes how they are used Auto Mode Scene Mode Scene Mode Scene Mode Silhouette Exposure Mode Exposure Compensation Exposure Mode P S A and M Modes Exposure Mode Mode P Programmed Auto Exposure Mode Mode S Shutter Priority Auto Exposure Mode Mode A Aperture Priority Auto Exposure Mode Mode M Manual Exposure Compensation Shutter Speed Live View Live View The Information Display Live View Movie Recording Movies Movies Viewing Movies White Balance Picture Control White Balance White Balance Auto1 and Auto2 Picture Controls Interchangeable Lenses Interchangeable Lenses Fixed Focal Length Lenses Micro

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Digitutor | Df
    camera manual for detailed instructions The information on this page assumes camera settings are at their default values Sample images are provided for illustrative purposes only to explain functions Last updated Apr 23 2014 Tips and Tricks This section covers points to remember when photographing different subjects from family photos to travel shots Videos and sample images help you master new techniques Recommended Recommended Interiors Recommended HDR High Dynamic Range Recommended Food Photos Portrait Dim Interiors High Contrast Lighting Nature Landscape Night Landscapes Vehicle Car Train Action Sport Motion Snapshot Streetscape Travel Travel Snaps Camera Functions This section uses sample images to illustrate camera functions and settings and describes how they are used Exposure Mode Exposure Compensation Exposure Mode P S A and M Modes Exposure Mode Mode P Programmed Auto Exposure Mode Mode S Shutter Priority Auto Exposure Mode Mode A Aperture Priority Auto Exposure Mode Mode M Manual Shutter Speed Exposure Compensation Live View Live View The Information Display Live View White Balance Picture Control White Balance White Balance Auto1 and Auto2 Picture Controls Interchangeable Lenses Interchangeable Lenses Fixed Focal Length Lenses Micro Lenses VR Lenses Wide Angle Lenses Telephoto Lenses Built in Flash Speedlights Optional Flash Units

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Digitutor | Nikon 1 AW1
    1 AW1 View Tips and Tricks Camera Functions This section introduces useful camera controls and functions Master your Nikon 1 AW1 View Camera Functions Notices See the camera manual for detailed instructions The information on this page assumes camera settings are at their default values Sample images are provided for illustrative purposes only to explain functions Last updated Apr 23 2014 Tips and Tricks This section covers points to remember when photographing different subjects from family photos to travel shots Videos and sample images help you master new techniques Recommended Recommended Recording Movies Recommended Before Underwater Use Recommended After Underwater Use Portrait Landscapes as Backgrounds Magazine Portraits Nature Landscape Landscapes Vehicle Car Train Action Sport Moving Subjects Still life Small object Floral Close ups Snapshot Streetscape Travel Travel Snaps Landmarks as Backgrounds Animal Pet Aquarium Camera Functions This section uses sample images to illustrate camera functions and settings and describes how they are used Auto Mode Auto Mode Creative Mode Creative Mode Creative Mode Programmed Auto P Creative Mode Aperture Priority Auto A Creative Mode Underwater Exposure Exposure Compensation Focus Mode Focus Mode Focus Mode AF C Continuous AF AF Area Mode AF Area Mode Movies Movies Taking Photographs During

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Nikon D5
    to 20 EV Exposure meter coupling Combined CPU and AI Mode Programmed auto with flexible program P shutter priority auto S aperture priority auto A manual M Exposure compensation 5 to 5 EV in increments of 1 3 1 2 or 1 EV Exposure lock Luminosity locked at detected value ISO sensitivity Recommended Exposure Index ISO 100 to 102400 in steps of 1 3 1 2 or 1 EV can also be set to approx 0 3 0 5 0 7 or 1 EV ISO 50 equivalent below ISO 100 or to approx 0 3 0 5 0 7 1 2 3 4 or 5 EV ISO 3280000 equivalent above ISO 102400 auto ISO sensitivity control available Active D Lighting Can be selected from auto extra high 2 1 high normal low or off Focus Autofocus Multi CAM 20K autofocus sensor module with TTL phase detection fine tuning and 153 focus points including 99 cross type sensors and 15 sensors that support f 8 of which 55 35 cross type sensors and 9 f 8 sensors are available for selection Detection range 4 to 20 EV ISO 100 20 C 68 F Lens servo Autofocus AF Single servo AF AF S continuous servo AF AF C predictive focus tracking automatically activated according to subject status Manual focus M Electronic rangefinder can be used Focus point 153 focus points of which 55 or 15 are available for selection AF area mode Single point AF 25 72 or 153 point dynamic area AF 3D tracking group area AF auto area AF Focus lock Focus can be locked by pressing shutter release button halfway single servo AF or by pressing the center of the sub selector Flash Flash control TTL i TTL flash control using RGB sensor with approx 180K 180 000 pixels i TTL balanced fill flash for digital SLR is used with matrix center weighted and highlight weighted metering standard i TTL fill flash for digital SLR with spot metering Flash mode Front curtain sync slow sync rear curtain sync red eye reduction red eye reduction with slow sync slow rear curtain sync off auto FP high speed sync supported Flash compensation 3 to 1 EV in increments of 1 3 1 2 or 1 EV Flash ready indicator Lights when optional flash unit is fully charged flashes after flash is fired at full output Accessory shoe ISO 518 hot shoe with sync and data contacts and safety lock Nikon Creative Lighting System CLS Supported Radio controlled Advanced Wireless Lighting Supported Unified flash control Supported Sync terminal ISO 519 sync terminal with locking thread White balance White balance Auto 3 types incandescent fluorescent 7 types direct sunlight flash cloudy shade preset manual up to 6 values can be stored spot white balance measurement available during live view choose color temperature 2500 K to 10000 K all with fine tuning Bracketing Bracketing types Exposure flash white balance and ADL Live View Live view mode Photo live view with available silent mode Movie

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Nikon D4S
    1 3 1 2 or 1 EV Exposure bracketing 2 to 9 frames in steps of 1 3 1 2 2 3 or 1 EV 2 to 5 frames in steps of 2 or 3 EV Exposure lock Luminosity locked at detected value with the center of the sub selector ISO sensitivity Recommended Exposure Index ISO 100 to 25600 in steps of 1 3 1 2 or 1 EV can also be set to approx 0 3 0 5 0 7 or 1 EV ISO 50 equivalent below ISO 100 or to approx 0 3 0 5 0 7 1 2 3 or 4 EV ISO 409600 equivalent above ISO 25600 auto ISO sensitivity control available Active D Lighting Can be selected from auto extra high 2 1 high normal low or off ADL bracketing 2 frames using selected value for one frame or 3 to 5 frames using preset values for all frames Focus Autofocus Nikon Advanced Multi CAM 3500FX autofocus sensor module with TTL phase detection fine tuning 51 focus points including 15 cross type sensors f 8 supported by 11 sensors Detection range 2 to 19 EV ISO 100 20 C 68 F Lens servo Autofocus AF Single servo AF AF S continuous servo AF AF C predictive focus tracking automatically activated according to subject status Manual focus M Electronic rangefinder can be used Focus point Can be selected from 51 or 11 focus points AF area mode Single point AF 9 21 or 51 point dynamic area AF 3D tracking group area AF auto area AF Focus lock Focus can be locked by pressing shutter release button halfway single servo AF or by pressing the center of the sub selector Flash Flash control TTL i TTL flash control using RGB sensor with approx 91K 91000 pixels is available with SB 910 SB 900 SB 800 SB 700 SB 600 SB 400 or SB 300 i TTL balanced fill flash for digital SLR is used with matrix and center weighted metering standard i TTL flash for digital SLR with spot metering Flash mode Front curtain sync slow sync rear curtain sync red eye reduction red eye reduction with slow sync slow rear curtain sync off auto FP high speed sync supported Flash compensation 3 to 1 EV in increments of 1 3 1 2 or 1 EV Flash bracketing 2 to 9 frames in steps of 1 3 1 2 2 3 or 1 EV 2 to 5 frames in steps of 2 or 3 EV Flash ready indicator Lights when optional flash unit is fully charged flashes after flash is fired at full output Accessory shoe ISO 518 hot shoe with sync and data contacts and safety lock Nikon Creative Lighting System CLS Advanced Wireless Lighting supported with SB 910 SB 900 SB 800 or SB 700 as a master flash and SB 600 or SB R200 as remotes or SU 800 as commander auto FP high speed sync and modeling illumination supported with all CLS

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