Modern Classic SLRs Series :
Nikon MF-23 & MF-24 250 exposures Bulk Film Back - Part V

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COMBINE MF-24'S FUNCTIONS

Certain MF-24 functions-Auto Exposure Bracketing, interval Timer, Exposure Delay, Freeze Focus (Focus )Priority), and Long Time Exposure-can be combined. following combinations are possible:

Auto Exposure Bracketing+ Interval Timer
Auto Exposure Bracketing+ Exposure Delay
Interval Timer+ Freeze Focus (Focus Priority)
Interval Timer+ Long Time Exposure
Interval Timer+ Freeze Focus (Focus Priority)+ Long Time Exposure
Exposure Delay+ Freeze Focus (Focus Priority)
Exposure Delay+ Long Time Exposure
Exposure Delay + Freeze Focus (Focus Priority)+ Long Time Exposure

Freeze Focus (Focus Priority)+ Long Time Exposure
Auto Exposure Bracketing + Long Time Exposure

Interval Timer/Auto Exposure Bracketing Combination



Set Interval Timer. Interval Timer set indicator will appear.

2.Set Auto Exposure Bracketing. The number of frames set for Auto Exposure Bracketing has priority over the number set for Interval Timer. Pushing the Auto Bracketing button causes the Interval Timer set indicator to blink twice, indicating frames set for Interval Timer have been automatically canceled.



3. Push S/S button to start operation. Auto Exposure Bracketing shootings are performed for as many frames as desired, as often as set, at the intervals you set. Interval Timer set indicator blinks throughout the operation. After all shootings are complete, the operation stops automatically and the Interval Timer set indicator stops blinking. When shutter cannot be released for approx. 8 seconds after the set time, the MF-24 omits that shooting and resumes operation from the next shooting time.



To change Interval Timer settings during operation: Push S/S button so Interval Timer set indicator stops blinking. Next, push Auto Bracketing button to cancel Auto Exposure Bracketing. Set desired interval time and/or number of shootings.

4. Cancel the settings. Push Auto Bracketing button to cancel Auto Exposure Bracketing, then push S/R button to cancel Interval Timer set.

* To stop the operation before all exposures have been taken, push S/S button.
* Depressing the shutter release button during an interval performs Auto Exposure Bracketing shooting according to your setting.

Auto Exposure Bracketing/ Exposure Delay Combination



1. Set Exposure Delay. Exposure Delay set indicator appears.
2. Set Auto Exposure Bracketing. The number of frames set for Auto Exposure Bracketing has priority over the number set for Exposure Delay. Pushing the Auto Bracketing button causes the Exposure Delay set indicator to blink twice, indicating the number of frames set for Exposure Delay has been automatically canceled.



3.Push S/S button to start the operation. Auto Exposure Bracketing shootings are performed for as many frames as desired, when delay time reaches 00: 00: 00. Exposure Delay set indicator blinks throughout the operation. After all shootings are complete, operation automatically stops and Exposure Delay set indicator stops blinking,



To change Exposure Delay setting during operation: Push S/S button so Exposure Delay set indicator stops blinking. Next, push Auto Bracketing button to cancel Auto Exposure Bracketing, and set desired delay time and/or number of frames.



4. Cancel the settings. Push Auto Bracketing button to cancel Auto Exposure Bracketing, then push S/R button ti cancel Exposure Delay set. * To stop the operation before all exposures have been taken, push the S/S button.

Interval Timer/Freeze Focus (Focus Priority) Combination

1. Set Interval Timer and Freeze Focus as desired. Interval Timer set indicator and Freeze Focus set indicator appear. Note:
Shifting camera shutter speed to 'B' or 'T' cancels Interval Timer setting.



2. Push S/S button to start operation. Freeze Focus shootings are performed between each of the intervals set. The Interval Timer set indicator blinks throughout the operation. After all shootings are complete, the operation automatically stops and Interval Timer set indicator stops blinking.

3. Cancel the settings. Use FN. button and S/R button. To stop the operation before all exposures have been taken, push the S/S button. * Depressing the shutter release button during intervals triggers Freeze Focus shooting according to your setting. If subject does not enter the preset focus position within approx. 8 sec., the MF-24 omits that shooting and resumes normal operation from the next shooting time.

Interval Timer/Long Time Exposure Combination

1. Set Long Time Exposure function as desired. Long Time Exposure set indicator appears. Be sure to set Long Time Exposure prior to setting Interval Timer.
2. Set Interval Timer. Interval Timer set indicator appears. * Shifting camera shutter speed to a speed other than 'B' cancels the Long Time Exposure setting. If the interval time set for Interval Timer does not exceed the exposure duration set for Long Time Exposure by more than three seconds, the Interval Timer will be canceled.



3. Push S/S button. Long Time Exposures can be set for as many frames as you desire, with as many intervals as you choose to set. Interval Timer set indicator blinks throughout the operation; Long Time Exposure set indicator blinks each time shutter opens. After all exposures are complete, the operation auto~ matically stops and both Interval Timer set indicator and Long Time Exposure set indicator stop blinking.



4. Cancel the settings. Use FNC button and S/R button. * If Long Time Exposure is canceled first, ' bulb' appears in the LCD and Interval Timer is canceled. To sto the operation before all exposures have been taken, push the S/S button twice. Depressing the shutter release button during an interval triggers a Long Time Exposure for the duration set. Before shooting, make sure the exposure will end before the next Long Time Exposure starts; if it does not, one exposure will be skipped.

Interval Timer / Freeze Focus / Long Time Exposure Combination

1. Set Long Time Exposure, Interval Timer and Freeze Focus as desired. Be sure to set Long Time Exposure prior to setting interval Timer. The three following indicators will appear: Long Time Exposure set indicator, interval Timer set indicator and Freeze Focus set indicator.



2. Push S/S button. Long Time Exposures can be performed during freeze focus operation with any number of shootings at set intervals, for any number of frames set. Interval Timer set indicator blinks throughout the operation. Long Time Exposure set indicator blinks each time the shutter opens. After all exposures are complete, the operation automatically stops and Interval Timer set indicator and Long Time Exposure set indicator stop blinking.
3. Cancel the settings. Use FNC button and S/R button. Be sure to cancel the Interval Timer setting before canceling the Long Time Exposure setting.



To stop the operation before all exposures have been taken, push the S/S button twice. Depressing shutter release button during intervals will trigger the Long Time Exposure as set, if the subject is in focus. If subject does not enter the preset focus position within approx. 8 seconds, camera will omit that shooting and resume operation from the next shooting time.

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