Nikon D330018-55VR User Manual (en)

120 P, S, A, and M Modes
Flash Compensation
Flash compensation is used to alter flash output from the level 
suggested by the camera, changing the brightness of the main 
subject relative to the background. Flash output can be 
increased to make the main subject appear brighter, or reduced 
to prevent unwanted highlights or reflections (
Keep the 
M (Y) and E (N) buttons pressed and rotate the 
command dial until the desired value is selected in the 
viewfinder or information display. In general, positive values 
make the main subject seem brighter while negative values 
make it seem darker. Normal flash output can be restored by 
setting flash compensation to ±0. Flash compensation is not 
reset when the camera is turned off.
M (Y) button
Command dial
Information display
E (N) button
–0.3 EV
+1 EV