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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-
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.
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
Exposure comp
Exposure comp.
40) is select-


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