Question about Nikon Cameras
Use the exposure compensation. Take a picture with the meter settings. Take another with negative exposure compensation, then another with positive exposure compensation. The amount is up to you. If you want, you could take more than one each of negative and positive.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
Bracketing can be accomplished two different ways on the D50 in the D. 60 camera easiest way is to set it to manual mode adjusts the meter and then purposely overexposed and then under expose by one half one third one quarter stop power you want to do it. The technical way to do it would be custom function number 12 which is your bracket set mode, when you click on this you will be asked to set your bracketing for automatic or flash the next phase of that menu will allow you to select one third step 17 step one step 1.3 step or 1.7 step when you select okay at whatever point you want the camera will automatically be told to take three pictures one under,one Right on and one over by the amount that you set.I hope this answers your question. E-mail me directly with any other concerns thank you. Dave@advance camera.com
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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