Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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This option controls how autofocus adjusts to sudden large changes in the distance 
to the subject when AF-C is selected or continuous-servo autofocus is selected when 
the camera is in AF-A mode for viewfinder photography (
Choose whether the active focus point is highlighted in red in the viewfinder.
Choose whether focus-point selection “wraps around” from one edge of the 
viewfinder to another.
a3: Focus Tracking with Lock-On
G button
➜ A Custom Settings menu
Option
Description
5 (Long)
When the distance to the subject changes abruptly, the camera waits for the 
specified period before adjusting the distance to the subject. This prevents 
the camera from refocusing when the subject is briefly obscured by objects 
passing through the frame.
4
3 (Normal)
2
1 (Short)
Off
The camera immediately adjusts focus when the distance to the subject 
changes. Use when photographing a series of subjects at varying distances in 
quick succession.
a4: AF Point Illumination
G button
➜ A Custom Settings menu
Option
Description
Auto
The selected focus point is automatically highlighted as needed to establish 
contrast with the background.
On
The selected focus point is always highlighted, regardless of the brightness of 
the background. Depending on the brightness of the background, the 
selected focus point may be difficult to see.
Off
The selected focus point is not highlighted. The area outside the current crop 
is shown in grey (
a5: Focus Point Wrap-Around
G button
➜ A Custom Settings menu
Option
Description
Wrap
Focus-point selection “wraps around” from top to 
bottom, bottom to top, right to left, and left to right, 
so that, for example, pressing 
2 when a focus point 
at the right edge of the display is highlighted (q) 
selects the corresponding focus point at the left 
edge of the display (w).
No wrap
The focus-point display is bounded by the outermost focus points so that, for 
example, pressing 
2 when a focus point at the right edge of the display is 
selected has no effect.
q
w