Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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Focus.
Frame the opening shot and focus as described in Steps 3 
and 4 on pages 49 (for more information on focusing in 
movie live view, see page 51). Note that the number of 
subjects that can be detected in face-priority AF drops in movie live view.
6
Start recording.
Press the movie-record button to start recording. A 
recording indicator and the time available are displayed 
in the monitor. Exposure is set using matrix metering and 
can be locked by pressing the 
AE-L/AF-L button (0 110) 
or (in modes PS, and A) altered by up to ±3 EV in steps of 
1
/
3
 EV using exposure compensation (
0 112). In 
autofocus mode, focus can be locked by pressing the 
shutter-release button halfway.
A
Exposure
The following settings can be adjusted in movie live view:
Aperture
Shutter speed
ISO sensitivity
Exposure compensation
P
SA
M
Other shooting 
modes
In mode M, ISO sensitivity can be set to values between 100 and Hi 2 and shutter speed 
to values between 
1
/
25
s and 
1
/
4,000
s (the slowest available shutter speed varies with 
the frame rate; 
0 65). In other modes, shutter speed and ISO sensitivity are adjusted 
automatically. If the result is over- or under-exposed, exit and restart movie live view.
A
Audio
The camera can record both video and sound; do not cover the microphone on the 
front of the camera during movie recording. Note that the built-in microphone may 
record sounds made by the lens during autofocus or vibration reduction.
Movie-record button
Recording indicator
Time remaining