Nikon 6MB07411-03 User Manual (en)

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To adjust ISO sensitivity to suit lighting 
conditions, highlight High-sensitivity 
movie mode
 and press 
2. If lighting is 
so poor that the subject is difficult to see 
with the naked eye, highlight On and 
press 
J to shoot at ISO sensitivities of 
ISO 6400 to Hi 3 (a 
m icon will be 
displayed in the monitor). Select Off to 
shoot at ISO sensitivities between ISO 
200 and ISO 12800.
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High-Sensitivity Movie Mode
Movies shot at high sensitivities are prone to noise (randomly-spaced 
bright pixels, fog, or lines) and after-images of light sources and other 
bright objects. If the subject is brightly lit, highlights may be “washed 
out” and details may be lost. Check the results in the monitor and turn 
high-sensitivity movie mode off if necessary. Note that the camera may 
have difficulty focusing using contrast-detect autofocus.
Although 
m is displayed whenever high-sensitivity movie mode is 
enabled, photographs taken while high-sensitivity movie mode is in 
effect are shot at the ISO sensitivity selected for ISO sensitivity in the 
shooting menu (
0 110).