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What types of metering methods are available?

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Re: What types of metering methods are available?

Multi-segment metering (300 segments), Center-weighted metering and Spot metering are selectable. The position of the spot metering area can be specified at the center of the live image or linked to the Flex Focus Point.

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What type of lenses fits this camera


Lens mount Nikon F mount (with AF coupling & AF contacts)

Lens compatibility • D-type / G-type AF Nikkor (except IX-Nikkor): Autofocus and all functions possible
• PC Micro-Nikkor 85mm f/2.8D: Usable in Manual exposure mode
• AF Nikkor other than D-type (except AF Nikkor for F3AF): All functions except 3D Matrix Metering possible
• AI-P Nikkor: All functions except 3D Matrix Metering and autofocus possible
• IX-Nikkor: Cannot be used
• Non-CPU: Usable in Manual exposure mode (exposure meter cannot be used)
Electronic Rangefinder usable with lens with maximum aperture of f/5.6 or faster.

Jul 04, 2011 | Fuji FinePix S2 Pro Digital Camera

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Hello- I have a new P7000 and I am trying to "learn" it. In the shooting menu, and everywhere else I have looked, there is no way to change the metering. It skips metering on the shooting...


Hey,

it is most likely not available because you may be on AUTO mode? you may have to change to manual to be able to change it.

I'll check the user manual and get back to you.

Dec 15, 2010 | Nikon Digital Cameras

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I have a Samsung L200 camera. Sometimes there will be a fingerprint on the lense because someone touches it. Is there an easy way to clean the lense without causing so much smudging on the lense?


1. Buy a "lenspen". Available at amazon.com and adorama.com 2. Use a cotton swab lightly dampened with lens cleaning fluid (available at photo sections of department stores) 3. Whatever method you use, do it GENTLY!

Jan 10, 2010 | Samsung L200 Digital Camera

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How do i get pictures from camera to pc i have never done this before?


Depending on the digital camera you have, it should be possible to get the pictures to the computer by one or two ways.

The first method is to transfer them with a cable connected between the computer and the camera. Many times, this is a usb cable with a standard usb connector on one end for the computer and one of many other styles designed to connect to the camera. This cable may have been included with the camera. If not, you'll have to buy the cable instead. There are many types of usb cable connectors, so be sure to bring the camera with you so that you get on that fits. This method will probably require drivers included with / downloaded from manufacturer of the camera.

Additionally, your camera *probably* has a removable memory memory card (but may not) which you could insert into a memory card reader that connects to your computer. This method can be faster than a transfer directly from the camera and doesn't require that the camera be on to do so. Memory card readers can be purchased for as little as $10 and up. There are several types of memory cards, so bring the memory card or the entire camera with you when selecting a memory card reader for purchase. This method shouldn't require any software unless the reader is a multiple type reader - and would be included in the package.

If you need more specific help, provide the camera name & model along with your computer's operating system (Windows XP, Vista, 7, Mac, etc.)

I hope this was helpful!

Nov 01, 2009 | Digital Cameras

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Display Optical Viewfinder Yes Optical VF Type Optical LCD Viewfinder Yes LCD Size (inches) 1.5 Power Battery Form Factor 2 x AA or 1 x CR-V3 Usable Battery Types Alk. / Lithium disposable, NiMH rechargeable Batteries Included 2 x AA Alkaline disposable Battery Charger Included No Flash Internal Flash Yes No of Flash Modes 4 Flash Modes Automatic, Fill (On), Off, Red-eye reduction Flash Range Description Unknown Ext Flash No Connectivity Video Out Yes Video Mode Switchable Yes External Connections USB 1.1 Other Connection DC In Included Software Unknown OS Compatibility Windows, MacOS Image Storage Usable Memory Types SD/MMC Other Memory Types Built In (8MB) Memory Included (MB) 8.0 Uncompressed Format None CCD Raw Format No Compressed Format JPEG (EXIF 2.1) Movie File Format MotionJPEG (AVI) Image Capture Image Resolution 1280x1024, 640x480 Movie Resolution 320x240 Aspect Ratio 4:3 CCD Sensor (Megapixels) 1.30 CCD Manufacturer Unknown CMOS Movie Audio No Quality Levels 3 Lens Digital Zoom Yes Digital Zoom Values 2x Auto Focus No Manual Focus No Normal Focus Range 120 cm to Infinity
49.0 in to Infinity Max Aperture f/3.0 Aperture Range Description f/3.0 Lens Thread Type None Exposure Number of White Balance Settings 5 White Balance Settings Auto, Sun, Shade, Fluorescent, Tungsten Manual White Balance No Longest Shutter Time 1/20 Shortest Shutter Time 1/2500 Exp Adj Range 1.5 EV Exp Adj Step Size 0.30 EV Metering Modes Auto Spot Metering No Aperture Priority No Shutter Priority No Full Manual Exposure No Self Timer 10 seconds General Model Number 3315 Camera Format Compact Currently Manufactured No Retail Price $99.00 Street Price $105.00 Price Update Date 2003-10-07 Date Available 2002-07-22 Remote Control No Tripod Mount Material Unknown Operating System Windows, MacOS Weight 120 g
4.2 oz Weight With Batteries? No Size 108 x 59 x 36 mm
4.3 x 2.3 x 1.4 in Warranty in Months 12

Oct 26, 2008 | Vivitar ViviCam 35 Digital Camera

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Lense compatible with the Nikon D40X


Lenses have to be AF-S in order to autofocus. Manual focus is always available.

Lenses have to have a CPU in order to meter through the lens. Manual exposure is always available.

Sep 21, 2008 | Nikon Digital Cameras

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Type of flash control


DiMAGE E500 employs Preflash-TTL metering method.

Sep 19, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE E500 Digital Camera

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What metering mode does the DiMAGE Z3 employ?


The DiMAGE Z3 employs three types of metering mode: multi-segment (256-segments), spot metering and center-weighted.

Sep 13, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3 Digital Camera

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Metering modes


There are three metering modes: Digital ESP, Center Weighted Averaging and Spot. DIGITAL ESP - The camera meters and calculates the light levels or light level differences in the center and other areas of the image separately. CENTER WEIGHTED AVERAGING - The metering mode provides the average metering between the subject and the background lighting, placing more weight on the subject at the center. SPOT - The camera meters a very small area around the center of the subject, defined by the spot metering area mark in the viewfinder.

Sep 04, 2005 | Olympus EVOLT E-300 Digital Camera

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What is the difference between “Auto” and “TTL” in the flash setting?


Standard TTL can be used with any type of Nikkor lens. In standard D-TTL flash, automatic flash output level compensation is not available. This means that even though the main subject is correctly exposed, the background may not be. Standard D-TTL flash is useful when you want to highlight the main subject or perform flash exposure compensation. D-3D Multi sensor balanced fill-flash together with D-multi sensor balanced fill flash is called Automatic Balanced Fill flash with TTL multi sensor. What this does is it performs a balanced metering that uses multi pattern photometering information to provide a balance between the main subject and the background light. The difference between the D-3D multi sensor and the D-multi sensor is that one is used with D or G type lenses (D-3D) and the other is used with non-D or G type lenses.

Aug 29, 2005 | Fuji FinePix S3 Pro Digital Camera

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