Nikon D300 users have a number of options when it comes to using their camera. In this article, we will discuss the different ways to use the Nikon D300.
Nikon d300s quick tutorial
Nikon D0: How to Use the Auto Exposure Lock Feature
The Auto Exposure Lock (AE Lock) feature on the Nikon D300 allows you to keep the camera fixed on a specific focus point while you take photograph
Nikon D0: How to Use the Manual Exposure Mode
Nikon D300 users have many different exposure modes that are available to them. In this guide, we will be discussing how to use the manual exposure mode on the Nikon D300.
When using the manual exposure mode, you will first need to determine the ISO setting that you want to use. You can do this by using the ISO button on the camera body or by using the ISO auto setting.
Once you have determined the ISO setting, you will need to set the shutter speed. You can do this by using the shutter speed button on the camera body or by using the shutter speed auto setting.
Once you have set the shutter speed, you will need to set the aperture. You can do this by using the aperture button on the camera body or by using the aperture auto setting.
Once you have set the aperture, you will need to determine the exposure compensation. You can do this by using the exposure compensation button on the camera body or by using the exposure compensation auto setting.
Once you have determined the exposure compensation, you will need to take your photo.
Nikon D0: How to Use the Aperture Priority Mode
So you’ve bought a Nikon D0 digital SLR camera and you’re ready to shoot some amazing photos!
First, let’s take a look at the basics of how to use the camera:
To take a picture with the Nikon D0, you’ll first need to be in the ‘auto’ mode. This is the mode that the camera will automatically select based on the settings you’ve selected on the camera.
To take a picture in the ‘auto’ mode, you’ll need to first select the aperture (the hole in the lens that controls the amount of light that enters the camera) you want your photo to be in.
There are three different aperture settings on the Nikon D0:
– Aperture Priority mode – This is the default setting and it lets you control the aperture without affecting the shutter speed.
– Aperture Priority mode with Shutter Priority mode – This lets you control the shutter speed while the aperture remains fixed.
– Manual mode – This lets you control both the aperture and the shutter speed.
Once you’ve selected the aperture you want to use, you’ll need to choose how long you want the shutter to stay open. The options are:
– Time Exposure mode – This lets you take a picture that’s exactly 1/60th of a second long, no matter how long the shutter is open.
– Long Exposure mode – This lets you take a picture that
Nikon D0: How to Use the Shutter Priority Mode
The shutter priority mode lets you set the shutter speed, while the camera determines the aperture. This mode is especially helpful if you want to take pictures of moving objects without having to keep adjusting the settings.
Nikon D0: How to Use the Program Mode
By: Tony Northrup
Nikon d300 Program Mode: Previously, Nikon shooters had to use the shutter speed dial to change the aperture setting. With the introduction of the Nikon D300, Nikon introduced the Program Mode which allows shooters to change the aperture and shutter speed at the same time.
The Program Mode is accessed by turning the Mode Dial to P and pressing the shutter button halfway. The aperture and shutter speed will now be displayed in the status bar at the top of the monitor. To change the aperture, use the left hand dial and to change the shutter speed, use the right hand dial.
When you’re finished shooting, press the shutter button all the way to return to the live view mode.
There are a few things to keep in mind when using the Program Mode:
1. You can’t change the shutter speed while the camera is in continuous shooting mode.
- You can’t change the aperture while the camera is in continuous shooting mode.
- You can’t change the shutter speed while the camera is in autofocus mode.
- You can’t change the aperture while the camera is in autofocus mode.
One other thing to note: When you’re in the Program Mode, the camera will use the settings you’ve selected for the aperture and shutter speed even if you change them later in the shooting sequence.
So, if you’re trying to capture a
Nikon D300 users may find the following tips helpful when using the camera.