Nikon 1546 User Manual (en)

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❚❚Long Time-Exposures (M Mode Only)
Shutter speeds of “bulb” and “time” can be used 
for long time-exposure photographs of moving 
lights, the stars, night scenery, or fireworks. To 
prevent blurring caused by camera shake, use a 
tripod and an optional remote control or remote 
cord (0 203).
1
Ready the camera.
Mount the camera on a tripod or place it on a stable, level surface. To prevent 
loss of power before the exposure is complete, use a fully charged EN-EL9a 
battery or an optional EH-5a AC adapter and EP-5 power connector. Note that 
noise may be present in long exposures; before shooting, choose On for the 
Long exp. NR option in the shooting menu (0 148). If you are using an 
optional remote cord, attach it to the camera.
2
Rotate the mode dial to M.
3
Choose a shutter speed.
Rotate the command dial until “Bulb” 
(
A) appears in the viewfinder or 
information display.
 For a shutter speed of 
“Time” (
&), select delayed remote or quick-
response remote mode after choosing the 
shutter speed (0 65).
Shutter speed
Description
Bulb
Shutter remains open while shutter-release button is held down. Tripod and 
optional MC-DC2 remote cord are recommended to prevent blur.
Time
Optional ML-L3 wireless remote control required (
0
203). Shutter opens when 
shutter-release button on remote control is pressed and remains open for thirty 
minutes or until shutter-release button is pressed a second time.
Length of exposure: 35 s
Aperture: f/25
Mode dial
Command dial