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Nikon AF-S DX 18-70 mm f/3.5-4.5 G IF ED - Zoom grand angulaire super performant 18-70 mm, Filtre 67 mm, Adapté pour les reflex numériques seuls, Photojournalisme, Paysage, Portrait Para HB-32 fourni, Etui CL-0915 fourni

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« l handy for future reference. Major features •This is a high-grade, internal focusing (IF) lens employing a Silent Wave Motor to drive the focusing mechanism, thus the “S” designation. As a result, autofocusing is smooth, silent, and almost instantaneous. •Autofocus (A) or manual (M) mode can easily be selected with the focus mode switch. •Autofocusing with manual override is provided, allowing instant change from autofocusing to manual focusing. •More accurate exposure control is possible when this is mounted on a Nikon camera having 3D Matrix Metering capability, because subject distance information is transferred from the lens to the camera body. •The use of one aspherical and three ED (extra-low dispersion) lens elements ensures sharp pictures virtually free of color fringing. Also, by utilizing a 7-blade diaphragm that produces a nearly circular aperture, out-of-focus images in front of or behind the subject are rendered as pleasing blurs. •Closest focusing distance of 0.38m (1.2 ft.) is provided at all zoom settings. Focusing, zooming, and depth of field First turn the zoom ring until the desired composition is framed in the viewfinder before focusing. If your camera has a depth of field preview (stop-down) button or lever, depth of field can be observed while looking through the camera viewfinder. Setting the aperture Because this lens does not have an aperture ring, you must set the aperture on the camera body. Focusing Set your camera’s focus mode selector according to this chart: Autofocus with manual override (M/A mode) 1Set the focus mode switch to M/A.(Fig. B) 2Autofocus is provided, but you can manually override the focus by operating the separate focus ring while lightly depressing the shutter release button or AF start (AF-ON) button on the camera body of cameras so equipped. 3Remove your finger then press the shutter release button lightly or the AF start button once again to cancel manual focus and resume autofocus. Getting good results with autofocus Refer to “Notes on using wide or super-wide angle AF Nikkor lenses” on the back of this sheet. Flash photography using cameras with a built-in flash •To prevent vignetting, do not use a lens hood. Digital SLR camerasUsable focal length / Shooting distance D100, D70• 20 mm or longer / 0.6 m (2.0 ft.) or greater D70S• 18 mm / 1 m (3.3 ft.) or greater Variable aperture Zooming the lens from 18mm to 70mm decreases the maximum aperture approx. 2/3 f/stop. However, there is no need to adjust the aperture, because the camera automatically compensates for this. When taking pictures using a built-in or separate exposure meter, or taking flash photographs in the TTL or non- TTL auto flash mode, use the aperture displayed on the camera. Using bayonet hood HB-32 Attaching the hood Align the lens hood attachment index () on the hood with the lens hood mounting index on the lens, and turn the hood counterclockwise (as viewed from the camera side) until it click stops. (Fig. A) •Make sure that the lens hood mounting index aligns with the lens hood setting index (). •If the lens hood is not correctly attached, vignetting can occur. •To facilitate attachment or removal of the hood, hold it by its base rather than its outer edge. •To store the lens hood, attach it in the reverse position. Detaching the hood While holding its base rather than its outer edge, turn the hood clockwise as viewed from the camera side to detach. Lens care •Be... »

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