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Exposure compensation dial design for Nikon’s film SLR cameras!



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In this article, we will introduce the exposure compensation dial of Nikon’s 1978 manual focus film SLR camera.

Nikon FE (Reference product)

The exposure compensation dial is located below the film rewind handle.

It is also used with the film sensitivity setting dial.

There are five different correction values.
There are 5 different correction values for the black base color and silver color.
+2, +1, 0, -1, and -2.

To select a value, pinch the side of the dial with your finger and turn it while lifting it up.

Set the value to the red-colored indicator on the side knob of the silver-colored section.

In this article, we introduced the exposure compensation dial on Nikon’s 1978 release manual focus SLR camera.

In this camera, the exposure compensation dial doubles as a film sensitivity setting dial and other dials that are common on other cameras.

The easy-to-read text and knob operation make the dial very easy to set.

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