Linked with a Sharp Electronic Organizer (EO) OZ-8000/OZ-9000 series, the Nikon AC-1E Datalink card enhances your control of the N90's functions. The card tells you, for example, how to operate the N90, shooting data of each roll of film, the SB-26 and the Multi-Control back MF-26. It even includes a special glossary on photography, all accessible through the EO's LCD panel.
Requires a Sharp Electronic Organizer, and for use of any On-Line functions, the MC-27 cable.
Note: Not compatible with the original N90s or F90x models.
- Camera Operation
- Includes choice of metering system, exposure mode, film speed setting, exposure compensation, and more. You can also control all MF-26 Multi-Control Back functions, as well as release the shutter.
- Customize Settings
- Personalize the camera's standard settings. Choose a double beep to tell you focus is sharp. Or change autofocus mode from focus- to release- priority. Change the lowest limit of the automatically controlled flash sync speed in the Programmed and Aperture-Priority Auto exposure modes. Get a viewfinder LCD readout indicating the deviation values for the same scene between Matrix and Center-Weighted metering. Create you own Program lines. Change the rotation direction for the command dial. Or perform quick exposure compensation by using command dial in the A mode.
- Memorizing Shooting Data
- The Data Link System's Memo Holder function can be used to store all shooting data, including shutter speed, aperture, exposure mode, metering mode, lens focal length in use, frame number, film roll number and ISO film speed. No need to make a chart; the N90's computer can store data on up to 34 rolls of 36-exposure film; the AC-1E IC card, data on up to 52 rolls. And you view all this in the EO's screen.
- Database Function
- Besides the N90's instruction manual, the AC-1E IC card provides other information. There's glossary for useful photographic terms, and the equations often required for shooting, such as those for Speedlight guide numbers, flash shooting distance, and more.