Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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The camera can store data for up to nine non-CPU lenses. To enter or edit data for a 
non-CPU lens:
1
Select Non-CPU lens data.
Press the 
G button to display the menus. 
Highlight Non-CPU lens data in the setup 
menu and press 
2.
2
Choose a lens number.
Highlight Lens number and press 
4 or 2 to 
choose a lens number between 1 and 9.
3
Enter the focal length and aperture.
Highlight Focal length (mm) or Maximum 
aperture
 and press 
4 or 2 to edit the 
highlighted item. Focal length can be 
selected from values between 6 and 
4,000 mm, maximum aperture from values 
between f/1.2 and f/22.
4
Select Done.
Highlight Done and press 
J. The specified 
focal length and aperture will be stored 
under the chosen lens number.
A
Focal Length Not Listed
If the correct focal length is not listed, choose the closest value greater than the actual 
focal length of the lens.
A
Teleconverters and Zoom Lenses
The maximum aperture for teleconverters is the combined maximum aperture of the 
teleconverter and the lens. Note that lens data are not adjusted when non-CPU lenses 
are zoomed in or out. The data for different focal lengths can be entered as separate 
lens numbers, or the data for the lens can be edited to reflect the new values for lens 
focal length and maximum aperture each time zoom is adjusted.
G button