Nikon 6MB07411-03 User Manual (en)

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Long Time-Exposures
At a shutter speed of A, the shutter will remain open while the 
shutter-release button is held down. Use for long time-exposure 
photographs of moving lights, the stars, night scenery, or 
fireworks. A tripod and optional remote cord (
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recommended to prevent blur.
1
Ready the camera.
Mount the camera on a tripod or place it on a stable, level 
surface. If you are using an optional remote cord, attach it to 
the camera.
2
Select exposure 
mode 
h.
Press the 
I button 
and rotate the main 
command dial until h is 
displayed in the 
viewfinder and top 
control panel.
A
Long Time-Exposures
Close the viewfinder eyepiece shutter to prevent light entering via 
the viewfinder from appearing in the photograph or interfering 
with exposure. Nikon recommends using a fully-charged EN-EL4a 
battery or an optional EH-6 AC adapter to prevent loss of power 
while the shutter is open. Note that noise (randomly-spaced bright 
pixels or fog) may be present in long exposures; before shooting, 
choose On for the Long exp. NR option in the shooting menu 
(
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I button
Main command dial