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AON/OFF switch

BShutter button

CExposure compensation dial

DFn1 button

EDial lock release

FShutter speed dial

GHot shoe


IAF-assist illuminator
Self-timer lamp

JRemote release connector cover

KDiopter adjustment control

LStrap eyelet

MSync terminal

NLens signal contacts

OLens release button

PFn2 button

QDrive button

RFront command dial

SMicrophone/remote release connector (Φ2.5 mm)

THot shoe cover

UBody cap

VElectronic viewfinder (EVF)

WEye sensor


Yb (delete) button

ZFocus mode selector

aFn3 button

bRear command dial

cFn4 button

dFn5 button

eQ (quick menu) button

fHDMI connector cover

gMemory card slot cover

hMemory card slot cover latch

iIndicator lamp

jConnector cover


lTripod mount

mBattery-chamber cover

nBattery-chamber cover latch

oLCD monitor
Touch screen

pDISP (display)/BACK button

qa (playback) button

rMENU/OK button

sFocus stick (focus lever)

tHDMI Micro connector (Type D)

uMemory card slot 1

vMemory card slot 2

wBattery chamber

xBattery latch

yUSB connector (Type-C)

z15 V DC-IN connector

The Cable Protector

AThe cable protector prevents accidental disconnection of the USB cable or AC adapter. Attach the protector as shown and tighten the lock screw.

BConnect the cable and pass it through the protector as shown.

The Serial Number Plate

Do not remove the serial number plate, which provides the FCC ID, KC mark, serial number, and other important information.

Serial number plate

The Focus Stick (Focus Lever)

Tilt or press the focus stick to select the focus area. The focus stick can also be used to navigate the menus.

The Shutter Speed Dial

Press the dial lock release to release the dial before rotating it to the desired setting. Press the release again to lock the dial in place.

The Drive Button

Pressing the drive button displays the following drive mode options.

B STILL IMAGE (single frame) (aTaking Photographs (Mode P))
I CONTINUOUS (burst mode) (aContinuous Shooting (Burst Mode))
O AE BKT (exposure bracketing) (aAE BKT)
W ISO BKT (sensitivity bracketing) (aISO BKT)
X FILM SIMULATION BKT (film simulation bracketing) (aFILM SIMULATION BKT)
V WHITE BALANCE BKT (white balance bracketing) (aWHITE BALANCE BKT)
Y DYNAMIC RANGE BKT (dynamic range bracketing) (aDYNAMIC RANGE BKT)
Z FOCUS BKT (focus bracketing) (aFOCUS BKT)
j MULTIPLE EXPOSURE (aMultiple Exposures)
F MOVIE (aRecording Movies)

The Exposure Compensation Dial

Rotate the dial to choose an exposure compensation amount.

The Command Dials

Rotate or press the command dials to:


Select menu tabs or page through menus

Adjust aperture *1、2

Adjust exposure compensation *4

Adjust sensitivity *1

View other pictures during playback


Highlight menu items

Choose the desired combination of shutter speed and aperture (program shift)

Choose a shutter speed *1

Adjust settings in the quick menu

Choose the size of the focus frame

Zoom in or out in full frame playback

Zoom in or out in multi-frame playback


Zoom in on the active focus point *3

Press and hold to choose the manual focus mode focus display *3

Zoom in on the active focus point during playback


*2 If the lens is equipped with an aperture ring with a “C” position, the camera command dials can be used to adjust aperture when the aperture ring is rotated to C.

*3 Available only if FOCUS CHECK is assigned to a function button.

*4 Exposure compensation dial rotated to C.

The Indicator Lamp

Camera status is shown by the indicator lamp.

Indicator lamp Camera status
Glows green Focus locked.
Blinks green Focus or slow shutter speed warning. Pictures can be taken.
Blinks green and orange

Camera on: Recording pictures. Additional pictures can be taken.

Camera off: Uploading pictures to a smartphone or tablet. *

Glows orange Recording pictures. No additional pictures can be taken at this time.
Blinks orange Flash charging; flash will not fire when picture is taken.
Blinks red Lens or memory error.

* Displayed only if pictures are selected for upload.

Warnings may also appear in the display.

The indicator lamp remains off while your eye is to the viewfinder.

The LCD Monitor

The LCD monitor can be tilted for easier viewing, but be careful not to touch the wires or trap fingers or other objects behind the monitor. Touching the wires could cause camera malfunction.

The LCD monitor also functions as a touch screen that can be used for: