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Nikon 5900 User Manual: Controlling Exposure: Exposure Compensation

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Controlling Exposure: Exposure Compensation

Exposure compensation is used to alter the exposure from the value suggest-
ed by the camera. Exposure compensation can be set to values between –2.0
EV (underexposure) and +2.0 EV (overexposure) in increments of 1/3 EV.
Display Exposure comp. menu and a his-
togram.
Selecting Exposure Comp. While Displaying Focus Area Selection Guide
When AF area mode (
guide is displayed on the monitor, press
lect the Exposure compensation.
Cancelling Exposure Compensation
To cancel exposure compensation, select a value of 0. In
selected value remains even if the camera is turned off. In another shooting mode, ex-
posure compensation returns to the default value for the selected mode when the cam-
era is turned off or the Mode Dial is rotated.
Exposure Compensation
Exposure compensation is not available when
ed in the scene mode.
Exposure comp
Exposure comp.
+0.3
:Confir
:Confir
:Confirm
:Confirm
-0.3
Histogram
[
[
8]
8]
98) is set to
Highlight desired value.
Exit menu.
icon and a value for expo-
sure compensation are displayed in mon-
itor at settings other than 0 (to exit
without changing setting, wait two sec-
onds without pressing
Manual (
100) and focus area selection
to hide focus area selection guide and se-
(Auto shooting) mode, a
FIREWORKS SHOW (
Exposure comp
Exposure comp.
+1.3
+1.0
:Confirm
:Confir
:Confirm
:Confir
+0.7
Button).
40) is select-
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