Reset restores settings to default values
Turn "Beep" on or off. "Beep" sounds for release timer,
and for focus confirmation if set to on
Set AF-S (single-servo AF), focus locks when in focus,
or select AF-C (continuous-servo AF), camera focuses continuously
while shutter button is pressed halfway
To choose how the focus is selected when the focus mode
selector is set to AF. Options are: Single Area, Dynamic
Area, or Closest Subject (the camera automatically selects
focus area based on the subject closest to the camera.)
Select On or Off
Select from On or Off. Setting to On means camera will
automatically adjust sensitivity (ISO) as required to
achieve the best expoure and flash balance
No CF Card
Can choose whether the shutter can be released when no
memory card in the camera. Set to "Release Lock" or "Enable
Set to On or Off. This option determines if an image is
automatically displayed in the monitor after being captured.
On demand grid lines can be displayed in the viewfinder
for reference when composing. Useful for architechture
This option determines whether adjustments to shutter
speed, aperture, exposure compensation, bracketing and
flash exposure compensation are made in 1/2 or 1/3 step
If set to Off, use the dedicated +/- button to control
exposure compensation. If set to On, you can set exposure
compensation by rotating the command dial
Centre weighted metering can be set to cover 6, 8, 10,
and 12mm. default is 8mm centre circle
Determines which functions are affected when auto bracketing
is set. select AE & flash, AE only, Flash only, White
This option controls in which order bracketing is performed.
Bracketing can be set to proceed from lowest to highest
If set to "No" the main command dial controls shutter
speed, sub command dial aperture. If set to "Yes" the
main command dial controls aperture and the sub command
Controls the settings for the AE-L/AF-L button. Select
Camera focuses when the AE-L/AF-L button is pressed.
Lock: flash level locks when AE-L/AF-L button is pressed
and remains locked until button is pressed again.
Controls whether exposure locks when the shutter release
button is pressed halfway. Can be set so that exposure
can only be locked by pressing the AE-L/AF-L button or
set for the shutter release button being pressed hallway
By default, the focus-area display is bounded by the four
outer focus`areas so that, for example, pressing the multi
selector up when the top focus area is selected will have
no effect. Focus-area selector can be changed to "wrap
around" from top to bottom, bottom to top, right to left,
and left to right.
Controls whether or not the active focus area is highlighted
in red in the viewfinder. Settings include: Auto / Off
Choose flash mode for the built-in speedlight flash. Options
TTL: Auto control of built-in speedlight
(2) Manual: (set to full power 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 or 1/16 power)
(3) Commander mode: Options include;
built-in speedlight used to trigger wireless SB-600
or SB-800 Speedlights. (i-TTL flash control)
Auto aperture mode
In manual mode user can select from full power, 1/2,
1/4, 1/8 or 1/16 power
Determines whether the flash indicator sign in the viewfinder
flickers to warn that the built-in speedlight is required
under low lighting conditions. Set to On or Off
Determines the slowest shutter speed possible when in
Program or Auto exposure mode. Options range from 1/60sec
to 30 sec.
User can set how long the monitor remains on when no operations
are being performed. Select 10sec 20sec, 1 min, 5 min,
or 10 min.
This option determines how long the camera continues to
meter exposure when no operations are being performed.
settings include: 4sec, 6sec, 8sec, 16sec or 30 min.
Controls the length of the shutter release delay in self-timer
mode. Shutter-release can be set to be delayed by 2sec,
5sec, 10sec, or 20sec.
Controls how long the camera will wait for a signal from
the remote control in delayed remote or quick response
remote modes. set to 1 min, 5 min, 10 min, or 15 min.