What does manual mode mean?
As the name suggests, “Manual” mode stands for a full manual control of Aperture and Shutter Speed. In this mode, you can manually set both the aperture and the shutter speed to any value you want – the camera lets you fully take over the exposure controls.
Why are my pictures dark in manual mode?
Dark images happen when the shutter speed is too fast or the aperture isn’t open enough. Be careful of your camera’s automatic settings. If your camera creates an image that is too dark, use EV to bump up the brightness. You can also use Manual Mode to manually change the settings.
Where is the manual mode?
To use Manual exposure mode, turn your camera mode dial to [M]. The photographer sets both the aperture and the shutter speed. Set the value for either one of them first. Then, use the exposure level indicator in your viewfinder to help you set the value for the other.
Does Nikon D60 have burst mode?
Press the down arrow on the multi-directional button on the back of the camera to select the icon that looks like multiple windows layered on top of each other. This option is the continuous shooting mode, also known as burst mode.
What are the focus settings on a Nikon D60?
Focus Mode(menu) You set these by pressing MENU > Custom Setting (pencil) > 02 Focus Mode. Once in this menu, your choices are: AF-A, the default I use, magically selects between the next two modes. This clever AF-A mode looks at the subject. If it’s holding still, the D60 locks the focus.
Is the Nikon D60 the same as the D3?
The D60 has the same controls as a $5,000 Nikon D3, just that you have to stop and piddle with menus instead of having direct controls. Focus Mode(menu)
Is the Nikon D60 a good value for money?
Nikon is able to make the D60 at a very low price with extremely high quality by eliminating many mechanical controls found on more expensive cameras. Most D60 users don’t use these controls.