Nikon 1 J5

Camera Functions

ISO Sensitivity

The camera's sensitivity to light (ISO sensitivity) can be adjusted in response to lighting conditions. In general, the higher the ISO sensitivity, the less light needed to make an exposure, allowing faster shutter speeds or smaller apertures. The options available vary with the shooting mode.

ISO Sensitivity: ISO 200
ISO Sensitivity: ISO 3200

Procedure

The "F" (Feature) Menu

Pressing "F" in mode P, S, A, or M displays the items listed below.

1: Shooting mode
2: Shutter speed
3: Aperture
4: ISO sensitivity
5: AF-area mode, Focus mode, Metering, Picture Control, White balance
Pressing "F" in creative mode displays the items listed below. The items available vary with the option selected for creative mode.

1: Shooting mode
2: Creative
3: Shutter speed
4: Aperture
5: ISO sensitivity
6: AF-area mode, Focus mode, Metering, Picture Control, White balance, Image size, Select color, Filter strength, Portrait, Hue, Saturation, Vignetting
Pressing "F" in advanced movie mode displays the items listed below. The items available vary with the type of movie selected.

1: Shooting mode
2: Advanced movie, Exposure mode
3: Shutter speed
4: Aperture
5: ISO sensitivity
6: Picture Control, White balance, Frame size/frame rate, Slow motion, Interval, AE lock
Pressing "F" in best moment capture mode displays the items listed below. The items available vary with the mode selected.

1: Shooting mode
2: Best moment capture, Exposure mode
3: Shutter speed
4: Aperture
5: ISO sensitivity
6: On release, record, Capture 20 frames over, Frames saved (default), Number of shots saved
Pressing "F" in Motion Snapshot mode displays the following items:

1: Shooting mode
2: Exposure mode
3: Shutter speed
4: Aperture
5: ISO sensitivity
6: Movie before/after, File format, Audio
The Shooting Menu

To display the shooting menu, press MENU and select "Shooting".

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