Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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The Shutter-Release Button
The camera has a two-stage shutter-release button. The camera focuses when the shutter-
release button is pressed halfway. To take the photograph, press the shutter-release button 
the rest of the way down.
Focus: press halfway
Shoot: press all the way down
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The Standby Timer
The viewfinder and the control panel shutter speed and aperture displays will turn off if no 
operations are performed for about 6 seconds, reducing the drain on the battery.
 
Press the 
shutter-release button halfway to reactivate the display. The length of time before the 
standby timer expires automatically can be selected using Custom Setting c2 (Standby 
timer
Exposure meters on
Exposure meters off
Exposure meters on
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The Built-in Flash
If additional lighting is required for correct exposure in 
i mode, the 
built-in flash will pop up automatically when the shutter-release 
button is pressed halfway. If the flash is raised, photographs can only 
be taken when the flash-ready indicator (
M) is displayed. If the flash-
ready indicator is not displayed, the flash is charging; remove your 
finger briefly from the shutter-release button and try again.
To save power when the flash is not in use, press it gently downward 
until the latch clicks into place.