Nikon AF-S 50mm f/1.8G Nikkor Návod na obsluhu

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AF-S 50mm f/1.8G Nikkor
Typ
Návod na obsluhu
AF
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S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G
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Printed in China
SB1E03(J0)
7MAA79J0-03 SG02
AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G
User’s Manual
Benutzerhandbuch
Manuel d'utilisation
Manual del usuario
Användarhandbok
Pykoводство пользoвaтеля
Gebruikshandleiding
Manual do utilizador
Manual do usuário
Manuale d'uso
Návod k obsluze
Užívateľská príručka
Manualul utilizatorului
Посібник користувача
Manual bagi Pengguna
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P. 162
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58mm LC-58
LF-4
HB-47
CL-1013
58mm
F CPU G AF-S
50 mm
1 1.8
6 7 1
47 35mm FX
31 30' DX
38 IX240
0.45 m
0.45 m
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f/1.8—16
58 mm P=0.75 mm
72 mm 52.5 mm
185 g
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For Your Safety
CAUTIONS
Do not disassemble.
Touching the internal parts of the camera or lens
could result in injury.
In the event of malfunction, the product should
be repaired only by a qualified technician.
Should the product break
open as the result of a fall or other accident, remove the camera battery
and/or disconnect the AC adapter and then take the product to a
Nikon-authorized service center for inspection.
Turn the camera off immediately in the event of malfunction.
Should you
notice smoke or an unusual smell coming from the equipment,
immediately unplug the AC adapter and remove the camera battery,
taking care to avoid burns.
Continued operation could result in fire or
injury.
After removing the battery, take the equipment to a Nikon
authorized service center for inspection.
Do not use in the presence of flammable gas.
Operating electronic
equipment in the presence of flammable gas could result in explosion
or fire.
Do not look at the sun through the lens or the camera viewfinder.
Viewing the
sun or other bright light source through the lens or viewfinder could
cause permanent visual impairment.
Keep out of reach of children.
Failure to observe this precaution could
result in injury.
Observe the following precautions when handling the lens and camera:
-Keep the lens and camera dry.
Failure to observe this precaution
could result in fire or electric shock.
- Do not handle the lens or camera with wet hands.
Failure to observe
this precaution could result in electric shock.
- Keep the sun well out of the frame when shooting backlit subjects.
Sunlight focused into the camera when the sun is in or close to the
frame could cause a fire.
- If the lens will not be used for an extended period, attach the front
and rear lens caps and store the lens out of direct sunlight.
If left in
direct sunlight, the lens could focus the suns rays onto flammable
objects, causing fire.
Do not carry tripods with a lens or camera attached.
You could trip or
accidentally strike others, resulting in injury.
Do not leave the lens where it will be exposed to extremely high temperatures,
such as in an enclosed automobile or in direct sunlight.
Failure to observe this
precaution could adversely affect the lens’ internal parts, causing fire.
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Thank you for your purchase of an AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G
lens.
Before using this product, please carefully read both
these instructions and the camera manual.
Note: When mounted on a DX-format digital single-lens reflex camera
such as the D7000 or cameras in the D300 series, this lens has an angle of
view of 31° 30 and a focal length equivalent to 75 mm (35 mm format).
Parts of the Lens
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Lens hood alignment mark
.... 16
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Lens hood mounting
mark.... 16
t Focus ring......................................... 15
y Focus distance indicator......... 15
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Focus distance mark..................15
i Lens mounting mark
o Rubber lens-mount gasket....18
!0 CPU contacts..................................18
!1 Focus-mode switch....................15
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Compatibility
Check marks (““) indicate supported features, dashes (“—”)
features that are not supported.
Some limitations may apply;
see the camera manual for details.
1 N-series cameras and Pronea 6i sold in
U.S. A. only.
2 Exposure mode M (manual) not
available.
3 N2020 sold in U.S.A. and Canada only.
4 Includes AUTO and scene (Digital Vari-
Program) modes.
5 Autofocus.
Focus
Supported focus modes are shown in the following table (for
information on camera focus modes, see the camera manual).
* N-series cameras and Pronea 6i sold in U.S.A. only.
Camera
Exposure
(Shooting) mode
AF
5
P
4
S A M
Nikon FX-format and DX-format digital single-lens reflex cameras ✔✔✔✔
F6, F5, F100, F/N80-series
1
, F/N75-series
1
, F/N65-series
1
,
Pronea 600i/6i
1
, Pronea S
2
✔✔✔✔
F4-series, F90X/N90s
1
, F90-series/N90
1
, F70-series/N70
1
✔✔——
F60-series/N60
1
, F/N55-series
1
, F50-series/N50
1
, F-401x/N5005
1
,
F-401s/N4004s
1
, F-401/N4004
1
✔✔✔✔
F-801s/N8008s
1
, F-801/N8008
1
, F-601M/N6000
1
✔✔——
F3AF, F-601/N6006
1
, F-501/N2020
3
, Nikon manual focus cameras
(excluding F-601
M/N6000
1
)
Camera
Camera
focus mode
Lens focus mode
M/A M
Nikon FX-format and DX-format digital single-
lens reflex cameras, F6, F5, F4-series, F100,
F90X/N90s
*
, F90-series/N90
*
,
F/N80-series
*
, F/N75-series
*
, F70-series/
N70
*
, F/N65-series
*
, Pronea 600i/6i
*
, Pronea S
AF
Autofocus
with
manual
override
Manual
focus with
electronic
rangefinder
MF
Manual focus (electronic
rangefinder available
with all cameras except
F-601
M/N6000
*
)
F60-series/N60
*
, F/N55-series
*
, F50-series/
N50
*
, F-801s/N8008s
*
, F-801/N8008
*
,
F-601
M/N6000
*
, F-401x/N5005
*
, F-401s/
N4004s
*
, F-401/N4004
*
AF, MF
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M/A (Autofocus with Manual Override)
To focus using autofocus with manual override (M/A):
Depth of Field
The depth-of-field indicators on the lens show the
approximate depth of field (see page 162 for more
information).
If the camera offers depth-of-field preview (stop
down), depth of field can also be previewed in the viewfinder.
Aperture
Aperture is adjusted using camera controls.
z
Slide the lens focus-mode switch to M/A.
x
Focus.
If desired, autofocus can be over-ridden by rotating the
lens focus ring while the shutter-release button is pressed
halfway (or, if the camera is equipped with an AF-ON
button, while the AF-ON button is pressed).
To refocus
using autofocus, press the shutter-release button halfway
or press the AF-ON button again.
1.5
742
0.8
Focus distance mark
Depth-of-field
indicators
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Built-in Flash Units
When using the built-in flash on cameras equipped with a
built-in flash unit, shoot at ranges of 0.6 m (2 ft) or more and
remove the lens hood to prevent vignetting (shadows created
where the end of the lens obscures the built-in flash).
The Lens Hood
The lens hoods protect the lens and block stray light that
would otherwise cause flare or ghosting.
When attaching or removing the hood, hold it near the
symbol on its base and avoid gripping it too tightly.
Vignetting may occur if the hood is not correctly attached.
The hood can be reversed and mounted on the lens when not in
use. When the hood is reversed, it can be attached and
removed by rotating it while holding it near the lock mark (
{
).
Align the lens hood lock mark (—{) with the
lens hood mounting mark () on the lens
(e).
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Focusing Screens
The following cameras support a variety of focusing screens
for use in different situations.
: Recommended.
{: Vignetting visible in viewfinder (photographs are not affected).
—: Not compatible with camera.
( ): Figures in parentheses give the exposure compensation for center-
weighted metering.
Select “Other screen” for Custom Setting b6
(“Screen comp.”) when adjusting exposure compensation for the F6;
note that with screens other than B or E, “Other screen” must be
selected even when the value for exposure compensation is 0.
Exposure compensation for the F5 can be adjusted using Custom
Setting 18; see the camera manual for details.
Empty cell: Not suited to use with this lens.
Note that type M screens can
however be used for photomicrography and macro photography at
magnifications of 1 : 1 or higher.
Note: The F5 supports matrix metering with A, B, E, EC-B/EC-E, J, and L
focusing screens only.
Screen
A B C E
EC-B
EC-E
G1 G2 G3 G4 J L M UCamera
F6  —— 
F5+DP-30  
F5+DA-30 
(+0.5)

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Lens Care
Do not pick up or hold the lens or camera using only the lens
hood.
Keep the CPU contacts clean.
Should the rubber lens-mount gasket be damaged, cease
use immediately and take the lens to a Nikon-authorized
service center for repair.
Use a blower to remove dust and lint from the lens surfaces.
To remove smudges and fingerprints, apply a small amount
of ethanol or lens cleaner to a soft, clean cotton cloth or lens-
cleaning tissue and clean from the center outwards using a
circular motion, taking care not to leave smears or touch the
glass with your fingers.
Never use organic solvents such as paint thinner or benzene
to clean the lens.
The lens hood or NC filters can be used to protect the front
lens element.
Attach the front and rear caps before placing the lens in its
flexible pouch.
If the lens will not be used for an extended period, store it in
a cool, dry location to prevent mold and rust.
Do not store in
direct sunlight or with naphtha or camphor moth balls.
Keep the lens dry.
Rusting of the internal mechanism can
cause irreparable damage.
Leaving the lens in extremely hot locations could damage or
warp parts made from reinforced plastic.
Supplied Accessories
58 mm snap-on Front Lens Cap LC-58
Rear Lens Cap LF-4
Bayonet Hood HB-47
Flexible Lens Pouch CL-1013
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Compatible Accessories
58 mm screw-on filters
Specifications
Nikon reserves the right to change the specifications of the hardware
described in this manual at any time and without prior notice.
Type Type G AF-S lens with built-in CPU and F mount
Focal length 50 mm
Maximum aperture f/1.8
Lens construction 7 elements in 6 groups (including 1 aspherical lens element)
Angle of view Nikon film SLR and FX-format D-SLR cameras: 47°
Nikon DX-format D-SLR cameras: 31° 30
IX240 system cameras: 38°
Distance information Output to camera
Focusing Autofocus controlled by Silent Wave Motor and
separate focus ring for manual focus
Focus distance indicator Graduated in meters from 0.45 m to infinity ()
Minimum focus distance 0.45 m (1.48 ft) from focal plane
Diaphragm blades 7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
Diaphragm Fully automatic
Aperture range f/1.8 to f/16
Metering Full aperture
Filter-attachment size 58 mm (P=0.75 mm)
Dimensions Approx. 72 mm diameter × 52.5 mm (distance from
camera lens mount flange)
Weight Approx. 185 g (6.6 oz)
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Für Ihre Sicherheit
SICHERHEITSHINWEISE
Nicht auseinanderbauen. Das Berühren der Innenteile von Kamera oder Objektiv
könnte zu Verletzungen führen. Im Falle einer Fehlfunktion sollte das Produkt
auschließlich von einem qualifizierten Fachmann repariert werden. Sollte das
Produkt aufgrund eines Herunterfallens oder eines Unfalles aufbrechen,
entfernen Sie den Kamera-Akku und/oder trennen Sie den Netzadapter vom
Netz und bringen Sie das Produkt zur Inspektion zum Nikon-Kundendienst.
Schalten Sie die Kamera im Falle einer Fehlfunktion unverzüglich ab. Wenn Sie Rauch
oder einen ungewöhnlichen Geruch aus Ihrer Ausrüstung wahrnehmen,
trennen Sie sofort den Netzadapter vom Netz und entfernen Sie den Kamera-
Akku. Geben Sie dabei acht, dass Sie sich nicht verbrennen. Ein weiterer Betrieb
könnte zu einem Brand oder zu Verletzungen führen. Nach Entfernen des Akkus
bringen Sie die Ausrüstung zur Inspektion zum Nikon-Kundendienst.
Nicht in Gegenwart von entflammbarem Gas verwenden. Der Betrieb von
Elektrogeräten in Gegenwart von entflammbarem Gas könnte zu einer
Explosion oder zu einem Brand führen.
Blicken Sie nicht durch das Objektiv oder den Kamerasucher in die Sonne. Das Betrachten
der Sonne oder einer anderen hellen Lichtquelle durch das Objektiv oder den
Sucher kann zu permanenten Sehstörungen führen.
Außerhalb der Reichweite von Kindern aufbewahren. Ein Nichtbeachten dieser
Vorsichtsmaßnahme kann zu Verletzungen führen.
Beachten Sie die folgenden Vorsichtsmaßnahmen beim Umgang mit Kamera und Objektiv
:
- Halten Sie Objektiv und Kamera stets trocken. Ein Nichtbeachten dieser
Vorsichtsmaßnahme kann zu Feuer oder Stromschlägen führen.
- Bedienen Sie die Kamera oder das Objektiv nicht mit nassen Händen. Ein
Nichtbeachten dieser Vorsichtsmaßnahme kann zu Stromschlägen führen.
- Halten Sie die Sonne sicher außerhalb des Bildbereiches, wenn Sie Motive im
Gegenlicht aufnehmen. Sonnenlicht, das in der Kamera fokussiert wird, wenn sich die
Kamera im oder nah beim Bildmotiv befindet, kann zu einem Brand führen.
- Wird das Objektiv für längere Zeit nicht verwendet, bringen Sie den vorderen
und hinteren Objektivdeckel an und lagern Sie das Objektiv an einem Ort
ohne direkte Sonneneinstrahlung. Wird es in direktem Sonnenlicht gelagert,
könnte das Objektiv die Sonnenstrahlen auf entflammbare Objekte
fokussieren und Sie so entzünden.
Tragen Sie Stative nicht mit aufgesetzter Kamera oder aufgesetztem Objektiv
. Es besteht die
Gefahr zu stolpern oder versehentlich andere Personen zu stoßen, was zu
Verletzungen führen kann.
Lagern Sie das Objektiv nicht an Orten, an denen es extrem hohen Temperaturen
ausgesetzt ist, wie beispielsweise in einem geschlossenen Auto oder direkt in der Sonne.
Andernfalls können die internen Teile des Objektivs nachteilig beeinflusst
werden und es könnte zu einem Brand kommen.
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