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Seite 1 - User's Manual

Printed in SingaporeSB3I01(11)6MVA6011-01No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical artic

Seite 2 - Table of Contents

8AKeep out of reach of children. Failure toobserve this precaution could resultin injury. In addition, note that smallparts constitute a choking hazar

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M98MMenu Options❚❚ Playback Menu OptionsTo display the playback, shooting, movie,image processing, and setup menus,press the G button. Following menuo

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99M❚❚ Shooting Menu OptionsOption DescriptionReset shooting optionsReset shooting options to default values.Exposure modeChoose how the camera sets sh

Seite 5 - Movie-record button

100M❚❚ Movie Menu Options❚❚ Image Processing Menu Options❚❚ Setup Menu OptionsOption DescriptionReset movie options Reset movie menu options to their

Seite 6 - Shoot underwater

101M* Available only when optional WU-1b wireless mobile adapter is attached.Sound settingsChoose the sounds made during shooting.Auto power off Choos

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Q102QConnecting to a ComputerInstall the supplied software to copy pictures to your computerfor viewing and editing pictures and creating short movies

Seite 8 - Product Documentation

103QSystem RequirementsThe system requirements for ViewNX 2 are:WindowsCPU• Photos: Intel Celeron, Pentium 4, Core Series; 1.6 GHz or better • Movies

Seite 9 - For Your Safety

104QAMotion SnapshotsViewNX 2 is required to view Motion Snapshots saved using the Fileformat > NMS files option in the shooting menu (0 99).ASuppo

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105QTransferring Pictures1Choose how pictures will be copied to the computer.Choose one of the following methods:• Direct USB connection: Turn the cam

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106Q2Start the Nikon Transfer 2 component of ViewNX 2.If a message is displayed prompting you to choose a pro-gram, select Nikon Transfer 2.3Click Sta

Seite 12 - Water- and Dust-Proofing

107QViewing PicturesPictures are displayed inViewNX 2 when transfer is com-plete.❚❚ Retouching PhotographsTo crop pictures and performsuch tasks as ad

Seite 13 - Important: Waterproof Lenses

9AObserve proper precautions when handlingbatteries. Batteries may leak orexplode if improperly handled.Observe the following precautionswhen handlin

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n108nTechnical NotesRead this chapter for information on compatible accessories,cleaning and storing the camera, and what to do if an error mes-sage i

Seite 15 - Operating Environment

109nWireless mobile adaptersWireless Mobile Adapter WU-1b: Supports two-way communica-tion between the camera and smart devices running theWireless Mo

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110nNon-Waterproof 1 NIKKOR LensesThe supplied O-ring protector must be attached to the cameralens mount before the camera can be used with non-waterp

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111nIf the lens supports vibration reduction(VR), vibration reduction can be con-trolled from the camera (0 99). Note thatlenses with retractable lens


112nADetaching Non-Waterproof LensesBefore removing or exchanging lenses, turnthe camera off. To remove the lens, press andhold the lens release butto

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113nApproved Memory CardsThe following cards have been tested and approved for use inthe camera. Cards with class 6 or faster write speeds are recom-m

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114nUnderwater UseFor information on cleaning the camera after use under water oron the seashore, see page 71.StorageIf the camera will not be used fo


115nBefore using the camera, read the warnings on pages 7–14. Read pages61–76 before using the camera under water.Do not drop: The product may mal-fun

Seite 22 - Introduction

116nStorage: To prevent mold or mildew,store the camera in a cool, dry,well-ventilated area. If you areusing an AC adapter, unplug theadapter to prev

Seite 23 - Parts of the Camera

117nBatteries: Batteries may leak orexplode if improperly handled.Observe the following precautionswhen handling batteries:• Use only batteries approv

Seite 24 - The Camera Body (Continued)

10The product conforms to the following standards:Shock-ProofingThe camera, with the special-purpose waterproof lens attached, has passeddrop tests co

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118n• Do not use the battery at ambienttemperatures below 0°C (32°F) orabove 40°C (104°F); failure toobserve this precaution coulddamage the battery o

Seite 26 - The Monitor

119nIf the camera fails to function as expected, check this list of com-mon problems before consulting your retailer or Nikon repre-sentative.Battery/

Seite 27 - The $ (Display) Button

120nMoviesPlaybackMiscellaneousFlicker or banding appears in movies or in the display: Choose a Flicker reduc-tion setting that matches the local AC p

Seite 28 - The G Button

121nThis section lists the error messages that appear in the display.Error MessagesMessage Solution(Shutter-speed or aperture display flashes)If the s

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122nThis memory card cannot be used. Card may be damaged; insert a different card.• Use an approved card.• Format the card. If the problem persists,

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123nNikon 1 AW1 Digital CameraSpecificationsTypeType Digital camera with support for interchangeablelensesLens mount Nikon waterproof 1 mountEffective

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124nFile format • NEF (RAW): 12-bit, compressed• JPEG: JPEG-Baseline compliant with fine (approx.1:4), normal (approx. 1 : 8), or basic (approx. 1 : 1

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125nExposureMetering TTL metering using image sensorMetering method • Matrix• Center-weighted: Meters 4.5 mm circle in center offrame• Spot: Meters 2

Seite 33 - First Steps

126nFlashBuilt-in flash Manual pop-upGuide Number (GN) Approx. 5/16 (m/ft, ISO 100, 20 °C/68 °F; at ISO160, Guide Number is approx. 6.3/20.7)Control i

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127nMonitor7.5 cm (3-in.), approx. 921k-dot, TFT LCD withbrightness adjustmentPlaybackFull-frame and thumbnail (4, 9, or 72 images orcalendar) playbac

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11The product is not guaranteed shock-, water-, ordust-proof if the special-purpose waterproof lensis not attached. Before using this product, be sure

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128n1 Does not apply when built-in flash is raised.2 With special-purpose waterproof lens attached.3 Using a test method derived from MIL-STD-810F Met

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129n* When attached to waterproof cameras.EN-EL20 rechargeable Li-ion batteryType Rechargeable lithium-ion batteryRated capacity 7.2 V, 1020 mAhOperat

Seite 38 - Turning the Camera Off

130n* When attached to waterproof cameras.Specifications subject to change without notice. Nikon will not be held liablefor damages that may result fr

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131n❚❚ Waterproof 1 NIKKOR Lenses1 NIKKOR AW 11–27.5mm f/3.5–5.61 NIKKOR AW 10mm f/2.8Zoom ringLens mounting markCPU contactsFocal length markFocal le

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132nWaterproof 1 NIKKOR lenses are exclusively for Nikon 1 AW1interchangeable lens format digital cameras. The angle of viewis equivalent to a 35 mm f

Seite 41 - Exposures remaining

133nDUsing the Lens Under or Next to Water• Never remove the lens under water.• When attaching and removing the lens, carefully inspect the cameraO-ri

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134nATrademark InformationMac OS and OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the UnitedStates and/or other countries. Microsoft, Windows, and

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135nBattery LifeThe number of shots or movie footage that can be recorded withfully-charged batteries varies with the condition of the battery,tempera

Seite 44 - Focus area

136nSymbolsC (Auto mode) ...28, 40w (Creative mode) ...28, 49u (Best moment capture mode) 28v (Advanced movie

Seite 45 - The Framing Grid

137nFFace priority ...46Fill flash ...92Flash ...

Seite 46 - Viewing Photographs

12• Internal parts will be damaged by water and dust. To prevent water entry, donot remove the lens, open the connector or battery-chamber/memory card

Seite 47 - Deleting Pictures

138nShutter-release button ...42Silicon grease ...35, 75, 108Size ... 12

Seite 51 - Choosing a Creative Mode

Printed in SingaporeSB3I01(11)6MVA6011-01No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical artic

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13• The product is not guaranteed waterproof if struck, dropped, or otherwisesubjected to strong pressure or violent physical shocks or vibration. If

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14Observe the following precautions when using the location data and tracklog features:• Track logs: While Ye s is selected for Location data > Re

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15• No part of the manuals includedwith this product may be repro-duced, transmitted, transcribed,stored in a retrieval system, or trans-lated into an

Seite 55 - 16,000 s

16Notice for Customers in the U.S.A.Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Radio Frequency Interference StatementThis equipment has been tested andfo

Seite 56 - X button

17Notice Concerning Prohibition of Copying or ReproductionNote that simply being in possession of material that has been digitally cop-ied or reproduc

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Getting the Most from Your Camera ...3Product Documentation ...

Seite 58 - 3 EV Overexposed by over 2 EV

18Disposing of Data Storage DevicesPlease note that deleting images or formatting memory cards or other datastorage devices does not completely erase

Seite 59 - Backlighting

19DUse Only Nikon Brand AccessoriesOnly Nikon brand accessories certified by Nikon specifically for usewith your Nikon digital camera are engineered a

Seite 60 - Easy Panorama

s20sIntroductionConfirm that the package contains the following items:Memory cards are sold separately.Package ContentsBF-N2000 body capPA-N1000 O-rin

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21sTake a few moments to familiarize yourself with camera controlsand displays. You may find it helpful to bookmark this sectionand refer to it as you

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22sThe Camera Body (Continued)* Camera does not support TA-N100 tripod mounting spacer.31319 181514452110 9 811126161721 222071 Flash pop-up button...

Seite 63 - Underwater Photography

23sAThe Multi SelectorTo navigate the menus, press the multi selector up, down, left, or right(1,3, 4, or 2) as shown below.Move cursor upSelect highl

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24sThe Monitor421 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11313130302929282817121314181516193233342127 222325 2426 20NO ICONBattery fully charged or partially discharged.H Low

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25s1 Shown in detailed display.2 Shown in altimeter, depth gauge, heading, and virtual horizon display.The $ (Display) Button35 36 37 3842433940414135

Seite 66 - The Final Check

26sThe G ButtonThe shooting mode and most shooting,playback, and setup options can beaccessed from the camera menus. Pressthe G button to display the

Seite 67 - Taking Pictures Underwater

27s❚❚ Choosing a Shooting ModeOptions for each mode can be displayedby highlighting the mode and pressing2. Press 4 to return to the shootingmode menu

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1Taking Photos in P, S, A, and M Modes... 52Backlighting...

Seite 69 - The Built-in Flash

28su Best moment capture mode: Select Slow view to choose the tim-ing for a shot as the scene plays back in slow motion, or chooseSmart Photo Selector

Seite 70 - The Depth Gauge

29sv Advanced movie mode: Choose between HD (0 77) and slow-motion movies (0 83).• Programmed auto (P) • Manual (M)• Shutter-priority auto (S) • Slow

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30s❚❚ Using the Menus1Select an item.2Select an option.Use the multi selector to navigate theplayback, shooting, movie, image pro-cessing, and setup m

Seite 72 - See Also

31s1Attach the strap.The AN-N1000 strap supplied with the camera is exclusively foruse on land. Attach the strap securely to the two camera eyelets.Re

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32s3Insert the battery and a memory card.Undo the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover securitylock (q) and unlatch (w) and slowly open the cover (e

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33s4Attach the special-purpose waterproof lens.The camera is used with special-purpose waterproof lensesthat attach as shown below (for information on

Seite 75 - The O-Ring

34sWhen placing the lens over the O-ring, be careful not to dam-age the camera or lens; do not use excessive force.Mounting mark (camera)Mounting mark

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35sADetaching the Waterproof LensesBe sure the camera is off when removingor exchanging lenses. To remove the lens,press and hold the lens release but

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36s5Turn the camera on.6Choose a language.Press the power switch to turn thecamera on. The power lamp willbriefly light green and the monitor willtur

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37s7Set the clock.Use the multi selector and J button(0 22) to set the time and date. Notethat the camera uses a 24-hour clock.Press 4 or 2 to highlig

Seite 79 - Recording and Viewing Movies

2Menu Options 98Playback Menu Options ... 98Shooting Menu Options...

Seite 80 - Recording HD Movies

38s8Read the instructions on keeping your camera watertight.Once the clock is set, the camera willdisplay a series of messages on main-taining a water

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39s9Check the battery level and memory card capacity.Check the battery level and numberof exposures remaining in the moni-tor (0 24).Battery levelExpo

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z40zTaking and Viewing PhotographsThe camera gives you a choice of auto mode for “point-and-shoot” photography that leaves the camera in charge of cho

Seite 83 - Viewing Movies

41z3Ready the camera.4Frame the photograph.Hold the camera securely with bothhands, being careful not to obstructthe lens, AF-assist illuminator, ormi

Seite 84 - Deleting Movies

42z5Focus.Press the shutter-releasebutton halfway to focus. Ifthe subject is poorly lit, theAF-assist illuminator (0 21)may light to assist the focus

Seite 85 - Recording Slow-Motion Movies

43z6Shoot.Smoothly press the shutter-release button the rest ofthe way down to releasethe shutter and record thephotograph. The memorycard access lamp

Seite 86 - Time available

44zViewing PhotographsTo end playback and return to shooting mode, press the shutter-release button halfway.Press K to display your most recent pho-to

Seite 87 - Maximum Length

45zDeleting PicturesTo delete the current picture, press O. Note that once deleted, pic-tures can not be recovered.1Display the photograph.Display the

Seite 88 - 60 s at 60 Hz; flicker

46zAFace PriorityThe camera detects and focuses on portraitsubjects (face priority). A double yellow bor-der will be displayed if a portrait subject i

Seite 89 - More on Photography

47zLive Image ControlLive image controls let you adjust set-tings without leaving the shooting dis-play, allowing you to preview how thechanges will a

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3Getting the Most from Your CameraTake photos with the shutter-release button.Photos can be taken in anymode by pressing the shutter-release button. S

Seite 91 - Self-Timer Modes

48zMotion control: Suggest motion by blurringmoving objects, or “freeze” motion tocapture moving objects clearly.Freeze motionBlur motionFreeze motion

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49zChoose creative mode to match settings to the subject or situa-tion, take photos using special effects, or control shutter speedand aperture.1Selec

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50zChoosing a Mode That Matches the Subject or SituationChoose a creative mode according to the subject or situation:Option DescriptionProgrammed auto

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51zNight portrait (o)Capture background lighting in portraits taken atnight or under low light. Each time the shutter-release button is fully pressed,

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52zTaking Photos in P, S, A, and M ModesP, S, A, and M modes offer varying degrees of control over shutterspeed and aperture. Choose a mode and adjust

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53z❚❚ S Shutter-Priority AutoIn shutter-priority auto, you choose the shutter speed while thecamera automatically selects the aperture that will produ

Seite 97 - The C (Action) Button

54z❚❚ A Aperture-Priority AutoIn aperture-priority auto, you choose the aperture while thecamera automatically selects the shutter speed that will pro

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55z❚❚ MManualIn manual mode, you control both shutter speed and aperture.Choosing Shutter Speed and ApertureAdjust shutter speed and aperture withrefe

Seite 99 - Menus: Outdoor Display

56zAThe Exposure IndicatorWhen shutter speeds other than “Bulb” areselected, the exposure indicator showswhether the photograph would be under-or over

Seite 100 - Menu Options

57zBacklightingThe method used to capture details in shaded areas of back-litsubjects depends on the option selected for HDR in the shoot-ing menu (0

Seite 101 - ❚❚ Shooting Menu Options

4Shoot underwater.Attach a special-purpose waterproof lens to take pictures atdepths of up to 15 m (49 ft) for as long as 60 minutes at a time.See pag

Seite 102 - ❚❚ Setup Menu Options

58zEasy PanoramaFollow the steps below to shoot panoramas. During shooting,the camera focuses using auto-area AF; face detection is notavailable. Expo

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59zAn example of how to pan the camera is shown below. With-out changing your position, pan the camera in a steady curveeither horizontally or vertica

Seite 104 - Connecting to a Computer

60z❚❚ Viewing PanoramasPanoramas can be viewed by pressing J when a panorama isdisplayed full frame (0 44). The start of the panorama will bedisplaye

Seite 105 - System Requirements

61PPUnderwater PhotographyWith a special-purpose waterproof lens attached, the cameracan be used at depths of up to 15 m (49 ft) for as long as60 minu

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62P•Do not expose the camera to water colder than 0 °C (32 °F) orwarmer than 40 °C (104 °F). Do not take into hot springs or baths.•Do not dive into t

Seite 107 - Transferring Pictures

63PHave you inserted the battery and memory card (0 32)?To prevent water entry and other damage, remove any sand, dust, hair, and foreign objects from

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64PThe Final CheckAfter going through the pre-shootingchecklist on page 62 and confirming thatthe special-purpose waterproof lens isattached and the c

Seite 109 - Viewing Pictures

65PFollow steps below to take pictures in “Underwater” mode.1Turn the camera on.2Select w mode.3Select Underwater.Taking Pictures UnderwaterPress the

Seite 110 - Technical Notes

66P4Choose an option.5Take pictures.Highlight one of the following optionsand press J to select the highlightedoption and return to the shooting dis-p

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67PThe following features may come in handy when you are takingpictures underwater.Auto Distortion ControlThe Built-in FlashTo raise the flash for use

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5Thank you for your purchase of a Nikon digital camera. For acomplete guide to using your digital camera, see the ReferenceManual (0 6). To get the mo

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68PThe Depth Gauge❚❚ Viewing Depth1Select Record location data.2Select Ye s .3Select Altimeter/depth gauge.Using the depth gauge, you can viewyour dep

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69P4Select Depth gauge.5Exit the menus.6Display the depth gauge.Highlight Depth gauge and press J.Press the shutter-release button half-way to exit th

Seite 115 - Approved Memory Cards

70P❚❚ Setting the Depth Gauge to ZeroFollow the steps below to set the depth gauge to zero.1Select Alt./depth correction.2Select Correct manually.3Set

Seite 116 - Storage and Cleaning

71PThe camera and lens should be cleaned within 60 minutes ofunderwater use. Leaving the lens attached, immerse the camerain fresh water to remove sal

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72P3Clean the zoom ring and camera controls.Being careful not to touch the lensrelease button or the latches or securitylocks on the connector and bat

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73PTo prevent water falling into the camera when the covers areopened, hold the camera so that the covers open down-wards.7Remove the lens.The O-RingT

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74P2Wash the O-ring.Wash the O-ring thoroughly in fresh water and dry thor-oughly. Do not use benzene, thinner, alcohol, soap, neutraldetergents, or o

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75P6Re-insert the O-ring.After making sure that O-ring andguide are free of foreign objects, placethe O-ring so that it runs evenly at thesame level a

Seite 121 - Troubleshooting

76PDMaintenanceObserve the following precautions when cleaning the camera and lensafter underwater use.• Never remove the lens or open the connector o

Seite 122 - Miscellaneous

77yyRecording and Viewing MoviesThe camera can record high-definition (HD) movies with anaspect ratio of 16 : 9 and slow-motion movies with an aspectr

Seite 123 - Error Messages

6The following documentation is supplied with the camera.The Reference Manual can be viewed using Adobe Reader orAdobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or later, av

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78yRecord movies with sound at an aspect ratio of 16 : 9.1Turn the camera on.2Frame the opening shot.Recording HD MoviesPress the power switch to turn

Seite 125 - Specifications

79y3Start recording.4End recording.Press the movie-record button tobegin recording. A recording indica-tor, the time elapsed, and the timeavailable a

Seite 126 - 60 s or slower

80yTaking Photographs During HD Movie RecordingPress the shutter-release button all theway down to take a photograph withoutinterrupting HD movie reco

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81yViewing MoviesMovies are indicated by a 1 icon in full-frame playback (0 44).Press J to start playback.The following operations can be performed:1

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82yDeleting MoviesTo delete the current movie, press O. Aconfirmation dialog will be displayed;press O again to delete the movie andreturn to playback

Seite 129 - 4-in. (ISO 1222)

83ySilent slow-motion movies with an aspect ratio of 8 : 3 can berecorded by pressing 1 (&) in advanced movie mode andselecting y Slow motion. Slo

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84y4Focus.5Start recording.Press the movie-record button tobegin recording. A recording indica-tor, the time elapsed, and the timeavailable are displ

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85y6End recording.Press the movie-record button againto end recording. Recording will endautomatically when the maximumlength is reached, the memory

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86yDRecording MoviesFlicker, banding, or distortion may be visible in the display and in thefinal movie under fluorescent, mercury vapor, or sodium la

Seite 133 - 1 NIKKOR AW 10mm f/2.8

87ttMore on PhotographyThis section describes other features you can use when takingpictures.In continuous (burst) mode, the camera takes pictures whi

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7To prevent damage to your Nikon product or injury to yourself or to others,read the following safety precautions in their entirety before using this

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88tDContinuous ModeThe maximum number of shots that can be taken in a single burst var-ies with the release mode. At frame rates of 30 and 60 fps, the

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89tThe self-timer is used to delay shutter release until 10, 5, or 2 sec-onds after the shutter-release button is pressed all the waydown.1Display rel

Seite 137 - Battery Life

90tNote that the timer may not start or a photograph may not betaken if the camera is unable to focus or in other situations inwhich the shutter can n

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91tUse the built-in flash for additional lighting when the subject ispoorly lit or to “fill-in” (illuminate) back-lit subjects.1Raise the flash.2Choos

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92t❚❚ Flash ModesThe options available vary with the shooting mode.• N (fill flash): The flash fires with every shot.• NY (red-eye reduction): Use fo

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93tDRaising the FlashWhen using the flash, be sure it is fully raisedas shown at right. Do not touch the flash dur-ing shooting.ALowering the Built-in

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94tAUsing the Built-in FlashThe built-in flash can not be used with live image control (0 47) andwill not fire during continuous shooting at frame adv

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95tSome operations can be performed by keeping the C buttonpressed and tilting the camera left or right.Shooting: Choosing a Shooting ModeWhile the vi

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96tPlayback: Scrolling Through PicturesDuring playback, you can choose the picture displayed by press-ing the C button, tilting the camera left or rig

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97tMenus: Outdoor DisplayWhen menus are displayed, you can toggle the outdoor displayon or off by pressing the C button, tilting the camera left orrig

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