· Attaches directly to the Fieldscope and the F mount on a Nikon Digital SLR Camera
Using the FSA-L1 with Film SLR cameras
> Usable models: F6, F5, F100, FM10, FE10, F65, F55
With N80, FM3A, N75, user must determine the exposure; Nikon does not recommend using these models. With any of the above models, slight vignetting may occur at the periphery of the image
· Because the optical system has different characteristics from ordinary interchangeable lenses, when the FSA-L1 and Fieldscope are used for shooting with a SLR camera, exposure may vary with the camera model. With a digital SLR camera, confirm the exposure indication in the external LCD and use exposure compensation if necessary.
· Camera's autofocusing mode cannot be used. Perform focusing using the Fieldscope focusing ring.
· We strongly recommend using an ED-type model, which employs ED glass to minimise chromatic aberration and keep images sharp.
F-number and focal length in combination with Fieldscope and digital SLR camera
ED82/ED82 A - F/13 - 1,000 (1,500 35mm equivalent focal length)
III/III A/II series/I - 800 (1,200 35mm equivalent focal length)
EDIII/EDIII A/ EDII series/ED - 800 (1,200 35mm equivalent focal length)
ED78/ED78 A - 1,000 (1,500 35mm equivalent focal length)
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