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Nikon D7000 User's Manual (English) Printable

Nikon D7000 User's Manual (English) Printable

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Nikon D7000 Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera User's Manual. English version. Printable.

DIGITAL CAMERA

User's Manual

En

Where to Find It
Find what you’re looking for from:

i i i i i

The Table of Contents
Find items by function or menu name.



0 iv–xi

The Q&A Index



0 ii–iii

Know what you want to do but don’t know the function name? Find it from the “question and answer” index.

The Index
Search by key word.



0 322–325

Error Messages Troubleshooting



0 305–308

If the camera displays a warning, find the solution here.


0 299–304

Camera behaving unexpectedly? F
Nikon D7000 Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera User's Manual. English version. Printable.

DIGITAL CAMERA

User's Manual

En

Where to Find It
Find what you’re looking for from:

i i i i i

The Table of Contents
Find items by function or menu name.



0 iv–xi

The Q&A Index



0 ii–iii

Know what you want to do but don’t know the function name? Find it from the “question and answer” index.

The Index
Search by key word.



0 322–325

Error Messages Troubleshooting



0 305–308

If the camera displays a warning, find the solution here.


0 299–304

Camera behaving unexpectedly? F

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Mode

Description

AF-AAuto-servo AF: Camera automatically selects single-servo autofocus if subject is stationary,
continuous-servo autofocus if subject is moving.

AF-S

Single-servo AF: For stationary subjects. Focus locks when shutter-release button is pressed
halfway. At default settings, shutter can only be released when in-focus indicator is
displayed (focus priority; 0208).

AF-C

Continuous-servo AF: For moving subjects. Camera focuses continuously while shutter-
release button is pressed halfway; if subject moves, camera will engage predictive focus
tracking (093) to predict final distance to subject and adjust focus as necessary. At
default settings, shutter can be released whether or not subject is in focus (release
priority; 0208).

Focus-mode
selector

92

N

To select the autofocus mode, press the
AF-mode button and rotate the main
command dial until the desired setting is
displayed in the viewfinder or control
panel.

AF-mode button

Main command dial

Control panel

Viewfinder

93

N

APredictive Focus Tracking

In AF-C mode or when continuous-servo autofocus is selected in AF-A mode, the camera will
initiate predictive focus tracking if the subject moves toward or away from the camera while
the shutter-release button is pressed halfway. This allows the camera to track focus while
attempting to predict where the subject will be when the shutter is released.

AGetting Good Results with Autofocus

Autofocus does not perform well under the conditions listed below. The shutter release may
be disabled if the camera is unable to focus under these conditions, or the in-focus indicator
(I) may be displayed and the camera may sound a beep, allowing the shutter to be released
even when the subject is not in focus. In these cases, focus manually (099) or use focus lock
(097) to focus on another subject at the same distance and then recompose the
photograph.

There is little or no contrast
between the subject and the
background.

Example: Subject is the
same color as the
background.

The focus point contains
areas of sharply contrasting
brightness.

Example: Subject is half in
the shade.

The focus point contains
objects at different
distances from the camera.

Example: Subject is inside a
cage.

Background objects appear
larger than the subject.

Example: A building is in the
frame behind the subject.

The subject is dominated by
regular geometric patterns.

Example: Blinds or a row of
windows in a skyscraper.

The subject contains many
fine details.

Example: A field of flowers
or other subjects that are
small or lack variation in
brightness.

ASee Also
For information on using focus priority in continuous-servo AF, see Custom Setting a1 (AF-C
priority selection
, 0208). For information on using release priority in single-servo AF, see
Custom Setting a2 (AF-S priority selection, 0208). See page 50 for information on the
autofocus options available in live view or during movie recording.

94

N

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