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DIGIT AL CAMERA Refer ence Manual En.
Thank you f or your pur chase of a Nikon digital camera. T o get the most fr om your cam era, please be su re to r ead all instruc - tions thoroughly and keep them where they will be r ead by all who use the product. Came ra Sett ings The explanations in this manual a ssume that default settings are used.
i Getting the Most from Y our Camer a 0 ii T able of Cont ents 0 iv s Introduction 0 1 z Auto Mo d e 0 23 6 Creati ve Mode 0 33 b Best Moment Capture Mode 0 45 9 Motion Snapshot Mode 0 53 y Recor ding.
ii Getting the Most from Y our C amera T ake photos with the shutter-r elease button . Photos can be take n in any mode by pressing the shutter- release button. See page 8 for more information. Shutter-r elease button Shoot movi es with the movie-record button .
iii Acc essories Expand your photographic horizons with a wide variet y of inter- changeable lenses and other accessories ( 0 163). Len s e s Wirele ss mobile adapters Software for Nikon digital cam e.
iv Getting the Most from Your Camera .............. ............... ............ ii Accessories .............................................................................................. iii For Your Safety.... .............. .............. ......
v Best Moment Capture Mode 45 Slow View.... ........... .............. ........... ............... ........... .............. ...... 45 Smart Photo Selector. .............. ................. .............. .............. ...... 47 Viewing Photos Taken with the Smart Photo Se lector .
vi Deleting Pictures ................. .............. ............ .............. ........... ..... 85 Deleting the Current Picture .................. .......................................... 85 The Playback Menu ....................................
vii The Shooting Menu 117 Reset Shooting O ptions ............. .............. ........... .............. ....... 119 Exposure Mode ........... .............. ........... .............. ............ ............ 119 Image Quality ........... .........
viii The Image Processing Men u 141 Reset Processing Options ........ .............. .............. .............. ..... 142 White Balance............ .............. .............. ................. .............. ..... 142 Fine-Tuning White Balance .
ix Technical Notes 163 Optional Acces sories . ........... .............. ............ .............. ........... . 163 Approved Memory Cards................................................................ 165 Approved Eye-Fi Cards ...................
x T o prevent d amage to you r Nikon product or injury to yours elf or to o thers, read the following safety precautions in their entirety before using this equip- ment. Kee p these safety ins truction s where all those who use the produc t will read them.
xi A Do not remain in contac t with the camera, battery, or charger for extended periods while the devices are on or in use. Par t s o f the device become hot. Leaving the device in direct cont act with the skin for extended periods ma y result in low-temperature burn s.
xii A Observe proper precautions when handling the charger: • Keep dry . F ailure to observe this precaution could r esult in fire or electric sho ck. • Do not short the charger terminals. F ailure to observe this precaution could result in overheating and damage to the ch arger .
xiii • No par t of the manual s included with this product may be r epro- duced, transmitted, transcribed , stored in a retrieval system, or trans- lated into any language in any f orm, by any means, without Nikon ’ s prior written permission.
xiv Notice for Cust omers in the U . S. A. Federal Communications Commission (F CC) Ra dio Frequen c y Inter ference State ment This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules.
xv Notice Concerning Prohibitio n of Copying or R eproduction Note tha t simpl y being in po ssessio n of material that has been digitally cop- ied or reproduced by means of a scanne r, digi tal camera, or other device may be punishable by law.
xvi A V C Patent Portfolio License T HIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE AV C PATENT POR TFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL AND NO N - COMMERCIAL USE OF A CON SUMER TO ( I ) ENCODE VID EO IN COMPLIANCE WIT.
xvii D Use Only Nikon Brand Accessories Only Nikon brand accessories c ertified by Nikon specifically fo r use with your Nikon digital camera ar e engineered and pr oven t o operate within its operational and safety requirements. T HE USE OF NON -N IKON ACCESSOR IES COUL D DAMAGE YOUR CAMERA AN D MAY VOI D YO UR N IKON WAR - RANTY .
1 s s Introduc tion Before using your camer a for the first time, confirm that the package contains the items listed in the User ’ s Manual . Befor e Y ou Begin.
2 s T ake a few moments to familiarize yourself with ca mera controls and displays. Y ou may find it helpful to bookmark this section an d refe r to it a s yo u rea d th rou gh the re st of t he man ual . The Camer a Body Par t s o f t he Came ra 3 1 2 5 4 7 8 9 6 5 15 16 17 14 12 13 18 19 10 11 1 M ovie-record b utton .
3 s The Camera Body ( Continued) * Camera does not su ppor t T A-N100 tripod mounting spacer . 2 1 10 11 3 4 5 7 6 12 13 8 9 1 Monitor .. .............. .............. ...... 4, 79, 157 2 K ( playback) button ...... ......29, 5 0, 56 3 G ( menu) button .
4 s The Monitor * Available only when Detailed is sele cted for Display > Shooting in the setup menu ( 0 157) . 4 2 1 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 31 29 30 28 17 12 13 14 18 21 27 22 23 25 24 26 20 15 16 19 32 33 34 35 1 Shooti ng mode .............. ........
5 s A The Framing Grid A framing grid can be displayed by selecting On for Display > Grid display in the setup menu ( 0 157). A See a lso For inf ormation on adjusting monitor brightness, see page 157.
6 s The Multi Selector The multi selector and J button are used to adjust settings and navigate the cam- era menus. Multi selector Sett ing s: & See page 11. Menu navigation: 1 Move cu rsor up . Sett ing s: C Vie w co nt in uo us shooting/self-timer menu ( 0 67).
7 s The G Button The shooting mode and most shooting , playback , and setup options can be accessed from the camer a menus. Press the G button to display the menu selec tion dialog s hown below, then use the multi selector to h ighlight the icon for the desir ed menu and press J .
8 s ❚❚ Choosing a Shooting Mode T o display the shooting mode menu, press the G butt on, highlig ht Shoot- ing mode , an d press J . Use the m ulti selector to highlight a sho oting mode and press J to select the highlighted option. z Motion Snapshot mode ( 0 53): Each time the shutter is released, the camera records a still image and about 1.
9 s Options for each mode can be displayed by h ighlighting the mode and pressing 2 . P ress 4 to retur n to the sho ot ing mode menu. z Motion Sna pshot mode : Choose a theme ( 0 55).
10 s w Creativ e mode : Choose a scene ( 0 33). • Programmed auto ( P ) • Night portrait ( o ) • Shutter-priority auto ( S ) • Backlighting ( m ) • Aper ture -priority auto ( A ) • Soft ( .
11 s A & (Feature) The options for each mode can also be dis- played b y pressing the & key on the mu lti selector after selecting the shooting mode .
12 s ❚❚ Usi ng the Me nus 1 Select an item. 2 Selec t an option. Use the multi selector ( 0 6) to navi gate the playback, shooting , movie, image processing, and setup menus. Multi selector Pre ss 1 or 3 to highlight menu items and press 2 to view options for the highlighted item.
13 s 1 Attach the camera strap . Attach the strap securely to the two camera eyelets . 2 Charge t he batt ery . Inser t the battery into the charger q and plug th e charge r in w . An exhausted ba ttery fully charges in about two hours. Unplug the charger and remo ve the batt er y when charging is complete.
14 s D The Battery and C harger Read and follow the warnings and cautions on pages x–xii and 170– 173 of this m anual . Do not use the bat tery at a mbient temperatu res below 0 ° C (32 °F) or above 40 °C (104 °F); failure to observe this pre- caution could damage the batter y or impair its per formance.
15 s 3 Inser t the battery and a memor y card. Check to be sure the battery and card are in the correct orien- tation. Using the bat tery to keep t he orange batter y latch pressed to one side , slide the ba ttery in until it latches, and then slide in the memory card until it cli cks into place .
16 s D Inserting and Removing Batteries and Memory Cards Always turn the camera off before inserting or removing batteries or memory ca rds. Note that the battery and memor y cards may be hot after use; observe due caution when removing the battery and memory cards.
17 s A Removing Ba tteries and Me mory Cards After turning the camera off , confirm that the memory card access lamp ( 0 3) is o ff and open the battery- chamber/memor y card slot cover. T o re move t he b atter y, fi rst release it by pressing the orange battery latch in the direction shown by the arrow and then remove the battery by hand.
18 s 4 Att ac h a len s. Be careful to prevent dust from entering the camera when the lens or body cap is remo ved. The lens generally used in this manual for illustrative purp oses is a 1 NIKKOR VR 10–30mm f/3.5–5.6. See page 127 for information on vibra tion reduc- tion ( VR) and page 196 for information on r emoving lenses .
19 s 5 T urn the camera on. Press the power switch t o turn the camera on. The power lamp wi ll briefly light gr een and the monitor will turn on. Be sure to remov e the lens cap before shooting. A T urning the Camera O ff T o turn the camera off, press the power switch ag ain.
20 s 6 Choose a language and set the clock. A language-selec tion dialog will be displayed the first time the camera is turned on. Use the multi selector and J button ( 0 6) to choose a languag e and set the camera clock . Photos can not be taken until y ou hav e set the time and dat e.
21 s A The Camera Clock The camera clock is less accurat e than most watches and hou sehold clocks. Check the clock regularly against more accurate time pieces and reset as necessary.
22 s 7 Check the battery level and memory card capacity. Check the battery level and number of exposures remaining in the moni- tor . ❚❚ Battery Lev el ❚❚ Number of Exposures Remaining The mon.
23 z z Auto Mode Shoot photographs and movies. The camera automatically adjusts settings to suit the subject. 1 Select C mode . 2 Ready the camera. 3 Frame the photograph. T aking Photos in Auto Mode Press the G button to display the menus and select C (auto) for Shoot- ing mode ( 0 8).
24 z 4 Focus . Pr ess the shutter-release butt on half- way to focus. I f the subjec t is poorly lit, the flash may pop up ( 0 72) and the AF-assist illuminator ( 0 135) may light to assist the focus operation.
25 z A The Shutter-Release Bu tton The camera has a two-stage shutter-rel ease button. The camera focuses when the shutter -release button is pr essed halfway .
26 z A Usin g a Zoo m Len s Use the zoom ring to z oom in on the subject so that it fills a larger area of the frame, or zoom out to increase the area visible in the final phot o- graph (select longer f ocal lengths on the lens focal le ngth scale to zoom in, shorter focal lengths to zoom out).
27 z ❚❚ Live Image Control Live image contro ls let you preview ho w changes to each c ontrol will affect the final photograph. T o choose a live image control for auto mode, press 1 ( & ), use the multi selector to highlight a control , and press J to view the effect.
28 z Motion cont rol : Suggest motion by blur ring moving objects, or “freeze ” motion to capture moving objects clearly . Freeze motion Blur motion Freez e motion Blur motion Brightness co ntrol : Make pictures brighter or darker .
29 z T o end playback and retur n to shooting mode, press the shutter- release button halfway . V iewing Photogra phs Pres s K to displ ay your most recent p ho- tograph full frame in the monito r (full- frame playback). K button Pres s 4 or 2 or rotate the multi selector to view additional pic tures.
30 z Delet ing Pictu res T o delete the current picture, press O . Note that once deleted, pic- tures can not b e recovere d . 1 Display the photograph. Display the p hotograph you wish t o delete as des cribed on the preceding page. 2 Press O . 3 Delete the photo graph.
31 z In auto mode, the movie-record button can be used to s hoot HD mo vies with sound at an aspec t ratio of 16 : 9 (the movie crop is shown in the display).
33 6 6 Creativ e Mode Choose creative mode when to take photos us ing special effects, match settings to the scene, or contr ol shutter speed and aper- ture . 1 Select w mode . 2 Choose a sc ene. Choosing a Creativ e Mode Press the G button to display the menus and selec t w (creative mode) for Shooting mode ( 0 8).
34 6 Creativ e mode offers a choice of the f ollowing scenes: Choosing a Scene Opti on Description Programmed auto (P) The camera sets shutter speed and aperture for opti- mal exposure ( 0 36). Recommended for snapshots and in other situations in which there is little time to adjust camera settings.
35 6 Night por trait ( o ) Each time the shutter-rele ase button is fully pr essed, the camera takes a series of shots, some with the flash and some without, a nd combines them to cap- ture background lighting in p ortraits taken at night or under low light; during processing , a message is displayed and no pictures can be taken.
36 6 P , S , A , and M modes offer v ary ing degrees of contr ol over shutter speed and aperture. Choose a mod e and adju st settings accor d- ing to your creative intent. P Programmed Au to In this mode, the camera automatically adjusts shutter speed and aper ture for optimal exposure in most situations.
37 6 S Shutter-Priority Auto In shutter-pr iority auto, you choose the shutter speed while the camera automatically selec ts the aper ture that will produce the optimal exposure . Use slow shutter speeds to suggest motion by blurring moving subjec ts, fast shutter speeds to “freeze” motion.
38 6 A Aper ture-Priorit y Auto In aper ture-pr iority auto, you choose the aperture while the camera automatically selec ts the shutter speed that will produce the o ptim al ex posure. Larg e aper t ures (l ow f- numbe rs) reduce depth of field, blurring objects behind and in front of the main subject.
39 6 M Manual In manual mode, you control both s hutter speed a nd aper ture. ❚❚ Choosing Shutter Speed and Aperture Adjust shutter speed and aperture with refer ence to the exposure indicator (see below). Pr ess 2 to highlight shutter speed or aper ture and rotate the multi selector to choose a v alue, then re peat for the remaining item.
40 6 ❚❚ Long Time-Exposures (M Mode Only) Selec t a shutter sp eed of “Bul b ” for long time -exposures of moving lights , the sta rs, n igh t sce ner y, or fire work s. Th e shutter remains open while the shutter- release button is held down.
41 6 2 Choose a shu tter spee d of “Bulb ” . Pres s 2 to highlight shutter speed and rotate the multi selector counterclock- wise to select “Bul b ” . 3 Op e n th e s hu t t e r . After focusing, press the shutter-release button all the way down.
42 6 The method used to captur e details in shaded areas of back-lit subjects depends o n the option selected for HDR in the shoot- ing menu ( 0 117). Backlighting On Details in highlights and shadows are preserved using HDR (high dynamic range); Z appears in the display .
43 6 Recor ding Movies in Cr eativ e Mode In creative mode, the mo vie-record but- ton can be used t o shoot HD movies with sound at an aspect ratio of 16 : 9 (the corners of the movie crop are shown in the display). Pr ess the movie -record button t o start and stop r ecor ding .
45 b b Best Moment Capture Mode This mode is ideal for fast-changing, har d-to- capture subjects. Choose wh en to release th e shutter as th e scene plays back in slow motion (slow view), or let the camera choose the best shot based on composition and motion (Smar t Photo Selec tor; 0 47).
46 b 2 Fr ame the photog raph. 3 Press the shutter-release button halfway . 4 View the buff er contents. 5 Record the desi red fra me. Compose the phot ograph with y our subject in the center of the frame. The camera will focus ( 0 24) and then, over a span of about 1 s, record 15 frames to a temporary memor y buffer .
47 b Choose Smart Phot o Sele ctor mode to let th e camera help y ou take photos that capture a fleeting ex pression on the face of a por trait subject or o ther hard-to-time shots such as group pho- tos in par ty scenes.
48 b 2 F rame the photo graph. 3 Begin buffering photographs. 4 Shoot. Smoothly pr ess the shutt er-relea se button the r est of the way down. The camera will c ompare shots rec orded to the buffer both before and af ter the shutter-release button was pressed all the way down, and select five to cop y to the memor y card.
49 b A Buffering Buffering begins when the shutter- release button is pressed halfwa y and ends after about 90 seconds or when the shutter-re lease button is pressed all the way do wn.
50 b Choosing the Best Shot V iewing Photos T ak en with the Smar t Photo Selector Pres s K and use the multi selector to display photographs taken with the Smar t Photo Selector ( 0 29; pictures taken with the Smar t Photo Selector are indicated by a y icon).
51 b Deletin g Pictures Pres sin g O when a picture taken with the Smar t Photo Selector is selected dis plays a conf irmation d ialog; p res s O again to delete the best sho t and the best shot candidates , or press K t o e x i t w i t h o u t deleting the pic tures.
53 9 9 Motion Snapshot Mode Record brief movie vignettes with your photographs. Each time the shutter is released, the camera records a still image and about 1.
54 9 3 Begin buffering. 4 Shoot. Smoothly pr ess the shutt er-relea se button the r est of the way down. The camera will r ecord a photog raph, together with about 1.6 s of movie footage beginning befor e and ending after the time the shutter-release but- ton was pressed all the way do wn.
55 9 ❚❚ Choosing a Theme T o choose the background music for the movie, press 1 ( & ) and use the multi selector and J button to select from Beauty , Wa v e s , Relaxation , and Te n d e r - ness . T o play the background music for the highlighted theme, press 2 and rotate the multi sele ctor to adj ust volume .
56 9 Deleting Motion Snapshots T o delete the current Motion Snapshot, press O . A confirmation dialog will be dis- played; press O again to delete the photo and movie and r eturn to playb ack, or press K to exit without deleting the file. Note that once deleted, Motion Snapshots can not be recov ered .
57 y y Recording and Vie wing Movies The camera can record h igh- d efinition (H D) mo vi es w it h a n a s pe c t r at io o f 1 6 : 9 and slow-motion movies with an aspect ratio of 8 : 3.
58 y Record movies with sound at an aspect ratio of 16 : 9. 1 Choose a shooting mode. 2 Fr ame the op ening shot . Record ing HD Movies Press the G button to display the menus ( 0 7) and choose an option for Shooting mode that suppor ts HD movie recor ding ( 0 57).
59 y 3 Star t record ing. 4 End re cordi ng. Press the m ovie-record button t o beg in r eco rdin g. A re co rdin g in di ca- tor , the time elapsed, and the time available are displayed while record- ing is in progress.
60 y A The Movie Crop The movie crop is sho wn in the monitor . A Fo cus Lo ck If Single AF i s s e l e c t e d f o r Fo c u s m o d e in th e movie menu for advanced movie mode, f ocus will lock while the shutter-release button is pressed halfway ( 0 134).
61 y ❚❚ T aking Phot ographs Duri ng HD Movie Recording Pres s the shutte r-relea se button all the way down to take a photograph without interrupting HD movie recording . Photo- graphs take n during movie r ecord ing have an aspect ratio of 16 : 9.
62 y Silent slow-motion movies with an aspect ratio of 8 : 3 can be recorde d by se lect ing y Slow m oti on from the 1 ( & ) button menu in advanced movie mode. Slow-motion movies ar e recorded at 400 fps and play back at about 30 fps. 1 Select v mode.
63 y 3 Focus . 4 Star t reco rding. Press the movie-record button to begi n reco rding. A record ing i ndi ca- tor , the time elapsed, and the time available are displa yed while r ecord- ing is in progress.
64 y 5 End re cordin g. Press the movie -recor d button again to end recording . Recording will end automatically when the maximum length is reached, the memory card is full, the lens is removed, or the camera becomes hot ( 0 xvi). A Maximum Length Up to 2.
65 y Movies are indicated by a 1 icon in full-frame playback ( 0 29). Pres s 3 to star t playback . The following operations can be performed: V iewing Mo vies 1 icon/L ength Movie playback indic ator/ Current position/tota l length Guide Volume To Use Description Pause P ause playback.
66 y Delet ing Mov ies T o delete the current movie , press O . A confirmation dialog will be displayed; press O again to delete the movie an d return to playback, or press K to exi t without deleting the movie . Note th at once deleted, movies c an not be recovered .
67 t t More on Photograph y Pres sin g 4 ( C ) on the multi selector di sp lays a choice of shutter- release modes for still photography: Continuous Mode T o take pictures in continuous mode: 1 Display r elease mode o ptions. 2 Select a frame rate . 3 Compose the shot and start shooting.
68 t D Continuous Mode The maximum number of shots that ca n be taken in a single burst var- ies with the release mode. At frame rates of 30 and 60 fps, the maxi- mum number of shots that can be taken in a single burst is 15.
69 t Self- T imer Modes T h e s e l f - t i m e r c a n b e u s e d t o r e d u c e c a m e r a s h a k e o r f o r s e l f - portraits. 1 Display r elease mode o ptions. 2 Select the desir ed self-ti mer option . 3 Mount the camera on a tripod. Mount the camera on a tripod or place the camera on a sta- ble, level surface.
70 t Note that the ti mer may not star t or a photograph may not be taken if the camera is unable to focus or in other situations in which the shutter can no t be released .
71 t Exposure compensation is used to alter exposure fr om the value suggested by the camera, making pic tures brighter or darker . 1 Displa y exposur e compen sation op tions. 2 Choose a v alue. Normal exposure can be restored by setting exposure compen- sation to ±0.
72 t Use the built-in flash for additional lig hting when the subjec t is poorly lit or to “fill-in” (illumin ate) back -lit subjects. The camera offers a choice of flash modes; choose a mode according to light- ing conditions and your cr eative inten t.
73 t Choosing a Flash Mode The options available vary with the shooting mode. 1 Sele ct to disable built-in flash. 2 Available only when built-in fla sh is raised. T o choose a flash mode: 1 Displa y flash modes . Press 3 ( N ) on the multi s elector to display a list of the available flash modes.
74 t D Raising the Flash When using the f lash, be sure it is fully raised as shown at right. Do not touch the flash dur- ing shooting. A Flash Modes The flash modes listed on the previous page may co.
75 t A Lowering the Built-in Flash T o s a v e p o w e r w h e n t h e f l a s h i s n o t i n u s e , press it gently downward until the latch clicks into place. Do not use forc e. Fa i l u r e t o observe this precau tion could result in prod- uct malfunc tion.
76 t Attach an optional WU-1b wir eless mobile adapter to the cam- era USB connector to copy images to, or control the camera from, smartphone o r tablet devices running the Wireless Mobile Utility app. 1 Connect the WU-1b . 2 Activate the adapter . 3 Launch the W ireless Mobile Utility .
77 t 4 T ake pictures remotely . Once a wireless connec tion is estab- lished, the sma rt d evice will dis play the view through the camera lens; the camera will di splay a messa ge stating that a wireless connection is ac tive. D Wire less Netwo rks Camera settings can not be adjusted while the camera is connected to a wireless network.
79 I I More on Pla yback Photo information is superimposed on images displayed in full- frame playback ( 0 29). The information displayed can be selected using the Displa y > Playback option in the setup menu ( 0 158).
80 I ❚❚ Detailed Photo Inf ormation Still images Movies 1 23 4 7 6 5 8 12 11 13 14 10 15 9 27 28 16 17 18 24 25 26 22 20 23 19 21 27 24 25 22 20 23 19 21 1 2 4 6 5 12 11 29 13 26 16 3 1 Shoot ing mode 2 Frame number/total nu mber of images 3 Protect s tatus .
81 I A Histograms ( 0 80) Camera histograms are intended only as a guide and may differ from those in imaging applications. Sampl e histograms are shown below: • If brightness varies evenly across the image , the distribution of tones will be rela tively even.
82 I T o view pictures in “ contact sheets” of 4 , 9, or 72 images, press J when a picture is disp layed full frame and rotat e the multi selec- tor counterclockwise.
83 I T o view pict ures taken on a selected date, rotate the multi selec- tor counterclockwise when 72 pictures are displayed ( 0 82). The following operations can be performed: Calendar Pl ayback To Use Description Display calendar T o view the calendar , rotate the multi selec- tor counterc lockwise when 72 images are displayed ( 0 82).
84 I T o zoom in on a photog raph, display it ful l frame and p ress J and rotate the multi selector cl ockwise. Playback zoom is not available with movies or Motion Snapshots. The following operations can be performed: Playback Zoom To Use Description Zoom in Rotate the multi selec- tor clockwise to zoom in, counterc lockwise to zoom out.
85 I Pictures can be deleted from the memory card as described below . N ote that o nce deleted, p ictures can not be recovere d; pro- tected images, however , will not be del eted. Deleting the Current Pic ture The Playback Menu T o delete multiple images, press the G button, select Delete in the playback menu, and choo se from the options below .
86 I Rate pictures or mark them as candidates for later deletion. Rat- ing is not available with pr otected images. 1 Sel ec t a p ic ture. Display a picture in full-frame playback.
87 I 1 Selec t the type of image used in the show . Highlight the desired option and press J . Slide Shows T o view a slide show of the pictures on the memory card, pr ess the G button, select Slide show in the playback menu, and follow the steps below .
88 I 2 Adjust display times and choos e a background track. Adjust the following options: Frame inte r val Ch oose how long each still im age is displayed. Movie playb ack time Choose how much of each movie is played back before the next slide is displayed.
89 I 3 Select Start . The following opera tions can be performed while a slide show is in progr ess: The options s hown at right are dis- played when the show ends . Select Resume to restart or Exit t o e x i t t o t h e playback menu. Highlight St ar t and press J to star t the slide show .
91 Q Q Connec tions Install the supplied sof tware to copy pictures to your computer for viewing and editing pictures and cr eating short movies. Before in stalling the software, c onfirm that y our syst em meets the requirements on page 93. 1 Launch the i nstaller .
92 Q 4 Exit the installer . Click Ye s (W i n d o w s ) o r OK (Mac OS) when installation is com- plete. The following software is installed: • Vie w NX 2 • Shor t Movie Creator • Apple QuickT ime ( Windows only) 5 Remove the installer CD from the CD-ROM drive.
93 Q Syst em Requirements The system requirements f or ViewNX 2 are: Windows CPU • Photos/JPEG movies : Intel Celero n, Pentium 4, or Co re series, 1.6 GHz or bette r • H.264 movies (playback) : 3.0 GHz Pentium D or better • H.264 movies (editing) : 2.
94 Q The system requirements for Short Movie Creator are: If your system does not meet the abov e requiremen ts, only ViewNX 2 will be installed ( 0 93). Windows CPU 2 G Hz intel Core 2 Duo or better OS Pre-installed versions of Wi ndows XP , Windo ws Vista, W in- dows 7, and Windo ws 8 RAM 1.
95 Q T ransferring Pic tures 1 Choose how pictures will be copied to the computer . Choose one of the following methods: • Direc t USB connection : T urn the camera off and ensure that the memory ca rd is inserted in the camera.
96 Q 3 Click Start T ransfer . At default settings, all the pictures on the memor y card will be copied to the computer . 4 T erminate the connection. If the camera is connected to the c omputer , turn the camera off and disconnec t the USB cable.
97 Q ❚❚ Retouching Photographs T o crop pi ctures and perform such tasks as adjusting shar p- ness and tone levels, click the Edit button in the toolbar . ❚❚ Creating Short Movies Use the Short Movie Creator to create short movies combining photos , music, Mot ion Snap- shots, and movie f ootage ( 0 98).
98 Q Creating Shor t Movies Use the supplied Short Movie Creator soft ware to cr eate movies combining photographs with Motion Snapshots , movies, and music. 1 T ransfer pic tures. T ransf er pictures as described on page 95. 2 Select c ompon ents . Sele ct pi ctur es in Vi ew NX 2 .
99 Q 5 Save the movie. Click Create Movie . The dia- log shown at righ t will be displayed; select on e of the follow ing options and click Create . • Sav e fi le : Sav e the movie to a folder on the computer . • Save to Camera (memor y c ard) : Save the movie to a mem- ory card so that it can later be played back on the cam- era.
100 Q Connect the camera to a television for playback. High-Definition Devices A type C mini-pin H igh- D efinition M ultimedia I nter face (HDMI) cable (availab le separately from third-pa rt y suppliers) can be used to connect the camera to high-definition video devices.
101 Q ❚❚ HDMI Device Control T o control the camera remotely from a device that sup ports HDMI-CEC ( H igh- D efinitio n M ultimedia I nte r face – C onsumer E lectronics C ontrol) , select On for HDMI device control in the camera setup menu.
102 Q Selected JPEG images can be print ed on a P ictBridge printer co nne cte d d ir ect ly to the ca mer a. Connecting the Printer Connect the camera usin g the supplied USB cable . 1 T u rn the camera off . 2 Connect the USB cab le. T urn the printer on and connec t the USB cable as shown.
103 Q Printing Pictures One at a T ime 1 Se le ct a p ict ur e. Press 4 or 2 to view additional pictures. Rot ate the multi selector clockwise to zoom in on the current frame ( 0 84; rotate the multi selector counterclockwise to exit zoom).
104 Q Printing Multiple Pictures 1 Display the PictBridge menu. Press the G button in the PictBridge playback display (see Step 3 on page 102). 2 Choose an option. Highlight one of the following options and press 2 . • Selec t images for printing : Sel ect p ictu re s f or pri nt ing .
105 Q 5 Start printing. Hig hl ig ht Star t printing and pr ess J to start printing. T o cancel bef ore all copies have been printe d, press J again. A Errors See page 185 for inf ormation on what to do if an error occurs during printing.
106 Q Creating a DPOF Print Order: Print Set The DPOF print order option is used to create dig ital “print orders ” for P ict- Bridge -compatible printers and devices that suppor t DPOF .
107 o o The Playback Menu T o display the playback menu, press G and select Playback . The playback menu contains the following options: G button Opti on Description Default 0 Delete Delete multiple images. — 85 Slid e sh ow View movies and photos in a slide show .
108 o Crop Create cr opped copies of selected pictures. Aspect ra tio : 3 : 2 113 Fac e - priority zoom Choose whether 4 and 2 can be used during playback zoom ( 0 84) to sele ct f aces de tected with f ace priority. On 114 Edit movi e Create copies of movies from which unwanted f ootage has been trimmed.
109 o Selecting Multiple Images Choosing the options listed b elow dis- plays an image selection dia log. Press 4 or 2 to highlight pictures (only pictures to which the operation applies are avail- able for selection).
110 o If On is selected, pict ures will be displayed immediately after shooting. T o view pictures when Off is selected, press the K button. Choose whether to rotate “tall” ( por trait-orientation) pictures for display during playbac k.
111 o Applied to selected images, D-Lighting creates copies that have been processed to brighten shadows. Use to retouch dark or backlit photograp hs. Press 4 or 2 to highlight an image ( 0 109) and press J to display t he options sho wn at right.
112 o Create small c opies of selected photo- graphs. Sele ct Choose size and choo se a size from 1.1 M , 0.6 M , and 0.3 M , and then choose Select images .
113 o Create a cropped copy of selected photographs. The selected image wil l be displayed with a default crop of the se lected aspec t ratio shown in yello w .
114 o If On is selected, 4 and 2 can be used during playback zoom to select faces detected with face priorit y . If Off is selected, 4 and 2 can b e used w ith 1 and 3 to scroll the display . T rim footage fr om movies to crea te edited copies. 1 Select Choose start point or Choose end point .
115 o 5 Sav e th e cop y . Hig hl ig ht Ye s and press J to sa v e the edited copy . If necessary, the cop y can be trimmed as described above to remove additional footage.
117 i i The Shooting Menu T o display the shooting menu, press G and select Shoo ting . The shooting menu contai ns the following options: G button Opti on Description Default 0 Reset shooting options Reset shooting options to defaul t values .
118 i * V aries with lens ( 0 127). Auto dist ortion control Choose whether the camera corrects barrel and pincushion distor tion. Off 124 Color space Choose a color space for new pictures. sRGB 125 Acti ve D-Lighting Avoid loss of detail in highlights and shad ows.
119 i Select Ye s to reset the options in the shooting menu and other shooting settings to default va lues ( 0 117, 178). The options in the exposure mode menu off er varying degrees of control over shutter speed and aperture in Motion Snapshot mode ( 0 53).
120 i Choose a file format and compression ratio for photographs. Choose the size of photographs. * Print size in inches equals image size in pixels divided by printer res olution in d ots p er i n ch (dpi; 1 inch = a pproximately 2.
121 i A NEF (RAW) The option selected for image size does not aff ect the size of NEF (RA W ) images. NEF (RA W ) images can be viewed on the camera or using soft- ware such as Capture NX 2 (available separately ; 0 164) or V iewNX 2 (supplied). A File N ames Photos and movies are stored as image files with names of the fo rm “xxx_ nnnn .
122 i Choose the number of shots selected by the Smart Photo Selec- tor . I f 5 is selec ted, the camera will save the best shot and 4 best shot candidates. If 1 is selected, the camera will save only the best shot. Choose whether the movie portions of Motion Snapshots end when the shutter-release bu tton is pressed all the way or ab out 0.
123 i Choose the file format for Motion Snapshots ( 0 53). Choose how the camer a sets exposure . File F ormat NMS files Motion Snapshots are recorded as a 4 s MOV file and a JPEG image. Motion Snapshots can only be viewed on the camera or using ViewNX 2 ( 0 93).
124 i Select On to reduce barrel distortion in photos taken with wide - angle lenses and to reduce pin- cushion distor tion in photos taken with long lenses (note that the edges o f photographs may be cropped out, and that there ma y be an increase in the time needed to process images before they ar e saved).
125 i The color space determines the gamut of colo rs available for color repro duction. Choose sRGB for photos that will be used “ as is, ” with no fur ther modification, Adobe RGB for photos that will be extensively proc essed or retouche d after leaving the camera.
126 i Active D-Light ing preserves details in highlights and shadows for natur al contrast. Use with high contrast scenes such as a brightly lit outdoor view framed i n a d o o r o r w i n d o w o r a s u b - jects in the shade on a sunny day . It is most effect ive when used with Matrix metering ( 0 123).
127 i Photographs taken at slow s hutter speeds are automaticall y pro- cessed to reduce “ noise” (bright spots, randomly-spaced bright pixels, or f og), slightly increasing recor ding times.
128 i Select On to enable electronic vibration r eduction while record- ing Motion Snapshots . This fea ture is available ev en if the attached 1 NIKK OR lens does not support vibration reduction. Note that ther e will be a sligh t delay befor e recor ding beg ins and that the edges of the image w ill be cr opped ou t when On is selected.
129 i A Foc u s Mo d e The options available vary as shown below. Menu Foc u s mo d e Shooting AF-A (default), AF-S, AF-C, MF Movies P Programmed auto, S Shutter- priority auto, A Aperture-prio rity a.
130 i A Getting Good Results with Autofocus Autofo cus does not per form well under the c onditions listed below . The shutter r elease may be disabl ed if the camera is unable t o focus under these c.
131 i Manual F ocus Manual focus can be used when autofocus do es not produce the desired results. 1 Selec t manual focus. 2 Choose a magnification. 3 Displa y the manual f ocus guides . High li ght Manual focus in the focus mode menu ( 0 128) and press 2 .
132 i 4 Focus . Rotate the multi selector until th e sub- ject is in focus. Rotate the multi selec- tor clockwise to in crease the f ocus distance , count erclockwise to decrease; the faster you r otate the multi selector , the quicker the f ocus distance changes.
133 i Choose how the focus ar ea for autofocus is selected. AF-Ar ea Mode e Auto- area The camera automatically detects the subject and selects the focus ar ea.
134 i Focus L ock When Single AF is s e le ct ed f or Foc u s m od e ( 0 128), focus lock can be used to change the co mp osition after focusing on the subject in the center of the frame , allowing you to focus on a subject that will not be in the center of the final composition.
135 i Choose On to enable fac e priority ( 0 26). When On is selected, the built-in AF- assist illuminator will light to illuminat e poorly-lit subjects if : • AF-S is se lec te d for focu s mo de ( 0 128) or single AF is selected in AF - A , and • Aut o -a rea or Single-point is selec ted for AF-area mode ( 0 133).
136 i Flash compensation alters flash output from the level suggested by the camera, changing the brightness of the main sub- ject relative to the background.
137 ( ( The Movie Menu T o display the movie menu, pr ess G and select Movies . The movie menu contains the f ollowing options: 1 V aries with lens ( 0 127). 2 The camera focuses on the subjec t in the center of the frame when y Slow motion is selected in advan ced movie mode.
138 ( Select Ye s to reset the options in the movie menu to default val- ues ( 0 137). Choose a frame rate for s low-motion movies ( 0 62). The faster the frame rate, the smaller the fr ame size. * All figures are approximate. Slow-motio n movies will play back over a period of about 13.
139 ( Choose a frame size and frame rate for HD movies ( 0 58). * Sensor output is about 60 fps. Movie Settings Option Frame size (pix els) Recording rate Bit rate (approx.) Maximum length t 1080/60i 1920 × 1080 59.94 fields/s * 24 Mbps 20 minutes r 1080/30p 29.
140 ( Adjust movie sound r ecording settings for the built- in micro- phone. ❚❚ Microphone Sel ect Microphone off to disable sound recording . Selecting any other option enables recording and sets the microphone to the selected sensitivity.
141 ) ) The Image Processing Menu T o display the image p rocessing menu, press G and select Image processing . The image processing menu co ntains the f ollowing options: G button Opti on Description Default 0 Reset processing options Reset image proce ssing options t o their defaul t values .
142 ) Select Ye s to reset the options in the image processing menu to defaul t values ( 0 141). White balance ensures that colors are unaff ected by the color of the light source . Auto white balance is recommended f or most light sources, but other values can be selec ted if necessar y accor ding t o the type of sour ce .
143 ) Fine- T uning White Balance Options ot her than Preset manual can be fine-tuned as follows: 1 Displa y fine-tuning options. Highlight an option other than Preset manual and press 2 to display the fine -tuning options shown at right. 2 Fine-tune white balance.
144 ) Preset Manual Preset manual is used to r ecord and recall custom white balance settings for shooting under mix ed lighting or to compensa te for light sources with a strong color cast. 1 Light a ref erence object. Place a neutral gray o r white objec t under the l ighting that will be used in the final pho togra ph.
145 ) 3 Measur e whit e balanc e. When the camera is ready to measur e white balance , a flashing L will be displayed. Bef ore the indicator stops flashing, frame the ref erence object so that it fills the display and press the shutter-release button all the way down.
146 ) D Auto Pow er Off White balance measur ement will end without a new value being acquired if no operations are pe rformed for the time selec ted for Auto power off in the setup menu ( 0 158; the default is 1 minute).
147 ) The higher the ISO sensitivity , the less light needed to make an exposure , allowing fa ster shutter speeds or smaller ape r tures, but the more likely the image is to be affected by “noise ” in the form of randomly-spaced bright pix els, f og, or lines.
148 ) Choose how the camera processes photographs. Modifying Picture Contro ls Existing preset and custom P icture Controls ( 0 152) can be modified to suit the scene or your cr eative intent.
149 ) 2 Adjus t set tin gs. Pres s 1 or 3 to highlight the desire d setting and press 4 or 2 t o c h o o s e a value. Repeat this step until all set- tings have been adjusted , or select Quick adjust to choose a pr eset combination of settin gs. Default settings can be restored by pressing the O button.
150 ) ❚❚ Picture Control Settings Quic k a dju st Choose from options between –2 and +2 t o r ed u c e o r exaggerate the effect of the selected Pictur e Control (note that this resets all manual adjustments). For example, choosing positive values f or Vivi d makes pic- tures more vivid.
151 ) D “ A” (Auto) Results for auto sharpening , contrast, and saturation vary with expo- sure and the position of the subject in the frame. A Previous Settings The line under the value displayed in the Pi c- ture Control setting menu indicat es the pre- vious value for the setting.
152 ) The Picture Controls supplied with the camera can be modified and saved as custom Picture Controls. Edit/S ave T o create a custom Picture Control , select Edit/save and f ollow the steps below .
153 ) Load from/Save to C ard Custom Picture C ontrols cr eated using the Picture Co ntrol Utility available with ViewNX 2 or optio nal soft ware such as C a p t u r e N X 2 c a n b e c o p i e d t o .
154 ) Select On to reduce “noise ” (randomly-s paced bright pi xels, lines , or f og). If Off is selected, noise reduction will only be per- formed at high ISO sensitivities; the amount of noise reduction i s less than that per formed when On is selected.
155 g g The Setup Menu T o display the setup menu, press G and select Setup . The setup menu contains the following options: G button Opti on Description Default 0 Reset setup options Reset s etup menu option s to default val ues. — 156 For m at me m o r y c ar d Format the memory card.
156 g Sele ct Ye s to reset all setup menu options other than Fl ic ker reduc tion , Time zone and date , and Language to default val- ues. Select Ye s to format the memor y card.
157 g If Enable release is selected, the shutter can be release d when no memory card is inserted. No pictures will be rec orded, although they will be displayed in demo mode. Select Release locke d to enable the shutter only when a card is inserted. Adjust the follo wing display options.
158 g Playback Choose the information displayed during playback ( 0 79). Highlight items and press 2 to selec t or deselect. If Autof ocus/self-timer is selected, a beep will s ound when the camera focuses and during self-timer photography; to mute the beep, remo ve the check from this item.
159 g If On is selected, exposure will lock while the shutter-release button is pressed halfway . Reduce flicker and ban ding in th e display and in movies whi le shooting under fluorescent or mercury-vapor lighting. Choose a frequency which matches that of the local AC power supply .
160 g Change time zones, set the camera clock , choose the date display order , or turn daylight sa ving time on or off ( 0 20). Choose a language for camera messages and displays. Ti me Zone and Date Time zone Choose a time zone. The cam era clock is automatically set to the time in the new time zone.
161 g Photographs taken while On is selected contain information on camera orientation, a llowing th em to be rotated automatic ally during playback or when viewed in ViewNX 2 (supplied) or Capture NX 2 (available separately; 0 164). The following orien- tations are recorded : Camera orientation is not rec orded when Off is selected.
162 g Check and optimize the camera image sensor and image proces- sors if you notice unexpected brig ht spots in your pictures (note that the camera comes with the sensor and processors already optimized). B efore performing pix el mapping as described below , check that the battery is fully charged.
163 n n Te c h n i c a l N o t e s Read this chapter for informat ion on compatible accessories, cleaning and storing the camera, and what to do if a n error mes- sag e is d isp layed or you e ncou nter p robl ems u sin g the came ra. At the time of writing, the following accessories were available for yo ur ca mera .
164 n Softw are Capt ure N X 2 : A complete photo editing package offering such features as whit e balance adjustment and color control points. Note : Use the lat est versions of Nikon software; see the web- sites list ed on page xvii for the lat est informa tion on supported operating systems .
165 n Approv ed Mem ory Card s The following car ds hav e been tested and approv ed for use in the camera. Cards with class 6 or faster write speeds are r ecom- mended for mo vie record ing. Recording may end unexpectedly when cards with slower write speeds are used.
166 n Approved E ye-F i C ards When inser ted in the camera, Eye-Fi cards can be used to upload photographs to a preselected de stina tion. As of October 2012, the camera supports 8 GB Pro X2 SDHC cards . Eye-Fi cards are fo r use only in the cou ntry of purchase in accor dance with local r eg- ulations.
167 n Attaching a Power C onnector and AC Adapter T urn the camera off before attaching an optio nal power connec- tor and AC adapter . 1 Ready the camera.
168 n 4 Connect the AC adapt er . Connect the AC adapter power cable to the AC socket on A C adapter ( q ) and the EP-5C pow er cable to the DC socket ( w ). A P icon is displayed in the monitor when the camera is powered b y the AC adapter and pow er connector .
169 n Storage If the camera will not be used for an extended per iod, remove the battery and store it in a co ol, dry area with the t erminal cov er in place.
170 n Do not drop : The pr oduct may malfunction if subjec ted to strong shocks or vibration. Keep dry : This pr oduct is not wat erproof , and may malfunction if immersed in water or exposed to high levels of humidity . Rusting of the internal mechanism can cause irr eparable damage.
171 n Cleaning : When cleaning the camer a body , use a blow er to gently remov e dust and lint, then wipe gently with a soft, dry cloth. After using the cam- era at the beach or seaside, wipe off any sand or salt using a cloth lightly dampened in pure water an d then dr y the camera thoroughly.
172 n Do not leave the lens pointed at the sun : Do not leave the lens pointed at the sun or other strong light sour ce f or an extended period. Intense light may cause the image sensor to deteriorate or produce a white blur eff ect in photographs.
173 n • A marked drop in the time a full y charged battery retains its charge when used at room t emperature indicat es that it requir es replacemen t. Purchase a new EN-EL20 ba ttery. • Charge the batt ery before use. When taking photographs on impor- tant occasions , ready a spar e EN-EL2 0 batt ery and keep it fully charged.
174 n The following table lists the settings that can be adjusted in each mode. ❚❚ C Auto, u Best M oment Captu re, v Advanced Movie, and z Motion Snapshot Modes A vailable Settings C u v z P S A .
175 n 1 Has no effec t on movies recorded with movie -record button . 2 RA W images fixed at 3872 × 2592 pixels. 3 Smart Photo Sel ector mode on ly . 4 Not av ailable when y Slow motion is selec ted in advanced movie mode ( 0 62). 5 VR le nses only .
176 n ❚❚ w Creative Mode In the table below , creative modes are represented b y the following icons: j night landscape, o night po rtrait, m backlighting, q soft, r miniature e ffect, and s selec tive color.
177 n 1 Has no effec t on movies recorded with movie -record button . 2 NEF (RA W ) not available. 3 RA W images fixed at 3872 × 2592 pixels. 4 Not available when 15, 30, or 60 fps is selected for self-timer/continuous. 5 VR le nses only . 6 Not available when HDR is on.
178 n Defaults for the options in the playback, shooting, movie , image processing, and setup menus may be found on pages 107, 117, 137, 141, and 155, respectively . Defaults for other settings are listed belo w . * Not disp layed when Auto -area is selected for AF-area mode .
179 n The following table shows the number of pictures or amount of movie footage that can be stored on a 16 GB T oshiba SD- E016GUX UHS-I SDHC car d at differ ent image quality , size , or movie settings. All figures are appro ximate; file size varies with the scene record ed.
180 n ❚❚ HD Movies * For information on the maximum length that can be recorded in a s ingle clip, see page 139. ❚❚ Slow-Motion Movies * Up to 2.5 s of slow-motion footage can be recorded in a single clip. Playback length is about 13. 2 ( 400 fps ) or 40 ( 1200 fps ) times the recorded length.
181 n If the camera fails to function as expec ted, check this list of com- mon problems before consulting your retaile r or Nikon repre- sentative . Battery/Dis play T roubleshooting The camera is on but does not respond : W ait for recording or an y other process- ing to end.
182 n Shooting (All Modes) The camera takes time to turn on : Delete files or format the memory card. The shutter-release is disabl ed : • The battery is exhausted ( 0 13, 22). • The memory car d is locke d ( 0 16) o r full ( 0 22). • The flash is charging ( 0 72).
183 n Shooting ( P , S , A , and M Mode s) Movies Flicker or banding appears in mo vies or in the display : Choose a Fli cke r r edu c- tion setting that matches the local AC power supply ( 0 159 ). No flash : See page 75. T he flash will not fire when off ( 0 73); in P , S , A , and M modes, the flash will not fire when lowered.
184 n Playback Miscellaneous “ T all ” (portrait) orientation photos are di splayed in “wide ” (landscape) orientation : • Select On for Rotate tall ( 0 110). • The photos were taken with Auto image rotation of f ( 0 161). • Camera was pointed up or down when the photo was taken ( 0 161).
185 n This section lists the error messages that appear in the display . Error Messages Message Solu tio n 0 (Shutter-speed or aperture display flashes) If the subject is too bright, lower ISO sensitivity or choose a faster shutter speed or smaller aperture (hig her f-number).
186 n Memory card is locked (wri te pro tecte d). T urn the camera off and slide the card write-protect switch to the “write ” position. 16 Eye-Fi cards cannot be used with the write- protect switch in the "lock" position. Memor y card is full.
187 n * See the pri nter manual for more information. F aile d to up date l ens firmware . T ry again after turning the camera off and on. T urn the camera off and then on again and reattempt the update. If the pr ob- lem persists or reoccurs fr equently , contact a Ni kon-authorized service represen tative.
188 n Nik on 1 S1 Digital C amera Specifications Typ e Typ e Digital camera with suppor t for interc hangeable lenses Lens mount Nikon 1 m oun t Effecti ve angle of view Ap prox. 2.7× lens focal length (35 mm format equivalent) Effective pixels 10.1 million Image sensor Image sensor 13.
189 n Shooting mod es C auto; w creative , with a choice of the follow- ing options: P , S , A , M , j ni ght landscape, o night por trait, m backlighting, q soft, r miniature effect, and s sele ctive.
190 n Foc u s Autofocus Hybrid autofocus (phase-detection/contrast- detect AF); AF-assist illuminator Lens ser vo • Autofocus (AF) : Single AF (AF-S); continuous AF (AF- C); auto AF-S/AF-C selection.
191 n Movie Metering T TL metering using image sensor Metering method • Matrix • Center-weighted: Meters 4.5 mm circle in center o f frame • Spot : Meters 2 mm circle center ed on selected focu s a rea Frame size (pix els)/ record ing r ate HD movies (aspect ratio 16 : 9) • 1920 × 10 80/60i (59.
192 n • Unless othe rwise stated, al l figures are f or a camera with a fully-charged bat- tery operating at the temperature specified by th e C amera and I maging P r oducts A ssociation (CIP A): 23 ±3 °C (73.
193 n MH-27 batter y charger Rated input A C 100 – 240 V , 50 – 60 Hz, 0.2 A Rated output DC 8. 4 V/0.6 A Suppor ted batteries N ikon EN-EL20 rechargeable Li-ion batteries Charging time Approx.
194 n Specifications subje ct to change without no tice. Nik on will not be held liable for damages that may result from any mistakes that this manual may contain. 1 NIKKOR 11–27.5mm f/3 .5–5.6 Typ e 1 mount lens Focal length 11–27.5 mm Maximum a perture f/3.
195 n ❚❚ 1 NIKKOR Lenses 1 NIKKOR VR 10–30mm f/3.5–5.6 1 NIKKOR 11–27. 5mm f/3.5–5.6 Lens hood mounting mark Zoom ring Lens mounting mark CPU contacts Fo ca l le n g t h m ar k Fo ca l le .
196 n 1 NIKKOR lenses are exclusiv ely for Nikon 1 interchangeable lens for mat di git al c am era s. Th e a ngl e of view is equivalent to a 35 mm format lens with a focal length about 2.7× longer . The 1 NIKKOR VR 10–30mm f/ 3.5–5.6 supports normal and active vibration reduction and vibration reduction off ( 0 127).
197 n A Supplied Accessories • 40.5 mm snap - on Fr ont Lens Cap L C-N40.5 • Rear Lens Cap LF-N1000 A Optional Accessories • 40.5 mm screw- on filters • Bayonet Hood HB-N101 (for use with the 1 NIKKOR VR 10–30mm f/3.5–5.6; attaches as shown below).
198 n ❚❚ The Optional FT1 Mount Adapter Read this section for information on using the optional FT1 mount adapter . Before proceeding, be sure that you have r ead and understood th is manual and the documentat ion for the FT1 and lenses. Autofocus Autofocus is available only with AF-S lenses; other lenses sup- port manual focus only .
199 n If the lens supports autofocus with manual ov erride, after focusing using autofocus you can keep the shutter-release button pressed halfway and rotate the lens fo cus ring to fine - tune focus manually . T o refocus using autof ocus, pr ess the shutter-release button halfway again.
200 n The Electronic Rangefinder Note that with some sub jects, the in-focus indicator ( I ) may be displayed when the camera is not in focus. Check focus in the display before shooting. Error Messages and Displays The following warnings appear in the camera aperture display.
201 n Prec autions for Use • Lenses over 380 g (13.4 oz) shou ld be suppor ted at all times. Do not hold the camera or carr y the camera by the strap with- out suppor ting the lens. F ailure to observe this precaution could damage the camera lens mount.
202 n ❚❚ S uppor ted Standards • DCF Version 2.0 : The Desig n Rule for C amera F ile Sy stem s (DCF) is a standar d widely us ed in the digi tal camera indu stry to ensure compatibility among different makes of camera.
203 n A T rademark Information Macintosh, Mac OS, and Quick Time are r egistered tr ademarks of Apple Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Mi crosoft, Windows, and Windows Vista are either r egistere d trademarks, or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
204 n Battery Life The number of shots or movie footage that can be r ecorded with fully-charged ba tteries v aries wi th the condition of the battery, temperature, the interval between shots, and the length of time menus are displa yed. Sample figures for EN-EL20 (1020 mAh) batteries are giv en below .
205 n Symbols C (Aut o mode) ............................. 9, 23 w (Cr eative mode) .................. 10, 33 u (Best mo ment capture mode) . 9, 45 v (A dvanced movie mode) .. 10, 57 z (Motion Snapshot mode) ..... 9, 53 h (Scene auto sele ctor) ......
206 n B Background trac k ................ 56, 88, 98 Backlighting ................................. 35, 42 Basic info .................................... .79, 158 Battery ............................13, 15, 22, 193 Beep .................. ..........
207 n Focus ...................... .................... 128, 133 Focus ar ea ................................ .. 24, 133 Focus lock ................................. ......... 134 Focus mo de ............................. ......... 128 Format ...... .
208 n P Photo information ............................ 79 PictBridge ...................... ........... 102, 202 Picture Control ....................... 148, 152 Pixe l mapping ................... ...............162 Playback ........................ .
209 n Thumbnail playback ......................... 82 Time ................ ........................... .. 20, 160 Time stamp .............................. ......... 105 Time zone .......................................... 1 60 Time zone and date ...
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Un point important après l'achat de l'appareil (ou même avant l'achat) est de lire le manuel d'utilisation. Nous devons le faire pour quelques raisons simples:
Si vous n'avez pas encore acheté Nikon 1 S1 c'est un bon moment pour vous familiariser avec les données de base sur le produit. Consulter d'abord les pages initiales du manuel d'utilisation, que vous trouverez ci-dessus. Vous devriez y trouver les données techniques les plus importants du Nikon 1 S1 - de cette manière, vous pouvez vérifier si l'équipement répond à vos besoins. Explorant les pages suivantes du manuel d'utilisation Nikon 1 S1, vous apprendrez toutes les caractéristiques du produit et des informations sur son fonctionnement. Les informations sur le Nikon 1 S1 va certainement vous aider à prendre une décision concernant l'achat.
Dans une situation où vous avez déjà le Nikon 1 S1, mais vous avez pas encore lu le manuel d'utilisation, vous devez le faire pour les raisons décrites ci-dessus,. Vous saurez alors si vous avez correctement utilisé les fonctions disponibles, et si vous avez commis des erreurs qui peuvent réduire la durée de vie du Nikon 1 S1.
Cependant, l'un des rôles les plus importants pour l'utilisateur joués par les manuels d'utilisateur est d'aider à résoudre les problèmes concernant le Nikon 1 S1. Presque toujours, vous y trouverez Troubleshooting, soit les pannes et les défaillances les plus fréquentes de l'apparei Nikon 1 S1 ainsi que les instructions sur la façon de les résoudre. Même si vous ne parvenez pas à résoudre le problème, le manuel d‘utilisation va vous montrer le chemin d'une nouvelle procédure – le contact avec le centre de service à la clientèle ou le service le plus proche.