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Printed in ChinaSB4A03(11)6MVA7211-03No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles

Seite 2 - Table of Contents

viii• When the battery is not in use,attach the terminal cover and storein a cool, dry place.• The battery may be hot immedi-ately after use or when t

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84nStorageIf the camera will not be used for an extended period, removethe battery and store it in a cool, dry area with the terminal coverin place. T

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85nDo not drop: The product may mal-function if subjected to strongshocks or vibration.Keep dry: This product is not water-proof, and may malfunction

Seite 5 - Movie-record button

86nStorage: To prevent mold or mildew,store the camera in a cool, dry,well-ventilated area. If you areusing an AC adapter, unplug theadapter to preven

Seite 6 - About This Manual

87nBatteries: Batteries may leak orexplode if improperly handled.Observe the following precautionswhen handling batteries:• Use only batteries approve

Seite 7 - The Reference Manual

88n• Do not use the battery at ambienttemperatures below 0°C (32°F) orabove 40°C (104°F); failure toobserve this precaution coulddamage the battery or

Seite 8 - For Your Safety

89nIf the camera fails to function as expected, check this list of com-mon problems before consulting your retailer or Nikon repre-sentative.Battery/D

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90nShooting (All Modes)MoviesThe camera takes time to turn on: Delete files or format the memory card.The shutter-release is disabled:• The battery is

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91nPlaybackMiscellaneous“Tall” (portrait) orientation photos are displayed in “wide” (landscape) orientation:• Select On for Rotate tall (0 71).• The

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92nThis section lists the error messages that appear in the display.Error MessagesMessage Solution(Shutter-speed or aperture display flashes)If the su


93nMemory card is full.• You may be able to record additional imagesif you reduce image quality or size.• Delete unwanted images.• Insert another memo

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

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94nNikon 1 S2 Digital CameraSpecificationsTypeType Digital camera with support for interchangeablelensesLens mount Nikon 1 mountEffective angle of vie


95nShooting modesC auto; w creative, with a choice of the follow-ing options: P, S, A, M, 4 creative palette, 5 HDR,q soft, r miniature effect, s sel

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96nFocusAutofocus Hybrid autofocus (phase-detection/contrast-detect AF); AF-assist illuminatorLens servo • Autofocus (AF): Single AF (AF-S); continuou

Seite 17 - Introduction

97nMovieMetering TTL metering using image sensorMetering method • Matrix• Center-weighted: Meters 4.5 mm circle in center offrame• Spot: Meters 2 mm c

Seite 18 - Parts of the Camera

98n• Unless otherwise stated, all figures are for a camera with a fully-charged bat-tery operating at the temperature specified by the Camera and Imag

Seite 19 - The Camera Body (Continued)

99nMH-29 battery chargerRated input AC 100–240 V, 50–60 Hz, 0.2 ARated output DC 8.4 V/0.6 ASupported batteries Nikon EN-EL22 rechargeable Li-ion batt

Seite 20 - The Monitor

100nSpecifications subject to change without notice. Nikon will not be held liablefor damages that may result from any mistakes that this manual may c

Seite 21 - The G Button

101nATrademark InformationMac and OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the UnitedStates and/or other countries. Microsoft, Windows, and Win

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102nBattery LifeThe number of shots or movie footage that can be recorded withfully-charged batteries varies with the condition of the battery,tempera

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103nSymbolsC (Auto mode) ... 6, 17w (Creative mode) ... 6, 26u (Best moment capture mode) . 6, 47v (Advanc

Seite 24 - The & (Feature) Menu

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

Seite 25 - The & Menu

104nDetailed display ... 4Dust shield ...84, 85EExposure indicator ...

Seite 26 - First Steps

105nSlow sync ...68Smart Photo Selector ...51Soft ...

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Printed in ChinaSB4A03(11)6MVA7211-03No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles

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xiNotice 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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xiiiDUse Only Nikon Brand AccessoriesOnly Nikon brand accessories certified by Nikon specifically for usewith your Nikon digital camera are engineered

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1ssIntroductionConfirm that the package contains the following items:Memory cards are sold separately.Package ContentsBF-N1000 body capNikon 1 S2 digi

Seite 35 - Focus area

2sTake a few moments to familiarize yourself with camera controlsand displays. You may find it helpful to bookmark this sectionand refer to it as you

Seite 36 - Viewing Photographs

3sThe Camera Body (Continued)* Camera does not support TA-N100 tripod mounting spacer.2110113457689J buttonPress the multi selector up, down, left, or

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Getting the Most from Your Camera ...iiiAbout This Manual ...

Seite 38 - Deleting Pictures

4sThe Monitor* Available only when Detailed is selected for Display > Shooting in thesetup menu (0 75).Note: Display shown with all indicators lit

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5sThe G ButtonThe shooting mode and most shooting,playback, and setup options can beaccessed from the camera menus. Pressthe G button to display the m

Seite 40 - Live Image Control

6s❚❚ Choosing a Shooting ModeTo display the shooting mode menu,press the G button, highlight Shoot-ing mode, and press J. Use the multiselector to hig

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7s❚❚ Using the Menus1Select an item.2Select an option.Use the multi selector (0 3) to navigatethe playback, shooting, movie, imageprocessing, and setu

Seite 42 - Choosing a Creative Mode

8sThe & (Feature) Menu1Select an item.2Select an option.To display the feature menu and adjustcamera settings or access playbackoptions, press &am

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9sAThe & MenuThe & menu is context-sensitive: its contents vary with camera settingsor the type of image displayed; options that are currently

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10s1Attach the camera strap.Attach the strap securely to the two camera eyelets.2Charge the battery.Insert the battery into the charger q and plug the

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11s3Insert the battery and a memory card.The camera stores pictures on microSD, microSDHC, andmicroSDXC memory cards (available separately; 0 83).Befo

Seite 46 - Continuous Shooting

12s4Attach a lens.Be careful to prevent dust from entering the camera whenthe lens or body cap is removed.Remove the rear lens capRemove the camera bo

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13sIf the lens supports vibration reduction (VR), vibration reduc-tion can be controlled from the camera (0 73, 0 74). ADetaching the LensBe sure the

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iOther Shooting Modes 47u Choosing the Moment (Best Moment Capture) ... 47Choosing a Shot Manually (Active Selection)...

Seite 49 - 3 EV Overexposed by over 2 EV

14s5Turn the camera on.Press the power switch to turn thecamera on. The power lamp willbriefly light green and the monitor willturn on. If the lens is

Seite 50 - The Creative Palette

15s6Choose a language.ALenses with Retractable Lens Barrel ButtonsThe camera will turn on automatically when the retractable lensbarrel lock is releas

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16s7Set the clock.8Check the battery level and memory card capacity.Check the battery level and numberof exposures remaining in the moni-tor (0 4).Use

Seite 52 - Selective Color

17zzTaking and Viewing PhotographsThis chapter describes how to take, view, and delete photo-graphs in auto and creative mode.Follow the steps below t

Seite 53 - Cross Process

18z3Ready the camera.4Frame the photograph.Hold the camera securely with bothhands, being careful not to obstructthe lens, AF-assist illuminator, ormi

Seite 54 - Recording and Viewing Movies

19z5Focus.Press the shutter-releasebutton halfway to focus. Ifthe subject is poorly lit, theflash may pop up (0 65)and the AF-assist illumina-tor (0 2

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20zViewing PhotographsTo end playback and return to shooting mode, press the shutter-release button halfway.AThe Framing GridA framing grid can be dis

Seite 56 - Snapshot modes

21zAThe & (Feature) Menu (0 8)The following options can be accessed by pressing & when a photo isdisplayed:1 Start slide show ...

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22zDeleting PicturesTo delete the current picture, press O. Note that once deleted, pic-tures can not be recovered.1Display the photograph.Display the

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23zAFace PriorityThe camera detects and focuses on portraitsubjects (face priority). A double yellow bor-der will be displayed if a portrait subject i

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iiTechnical Notes 82Optional Accessories ...82Approved Memory Cards ...

Seite 60 - Viewing Movies

24zLive Image ControlLive image controls let you preview howchanges to each control will affect thefinal photograph. To choose a live imagecontrol for

Seite 61 - Deleting Movies

25zMotion control: Suggest motion by blurringmoving objects, or “freeze” motion tocapture moving objects clearly.Freeze motionBlur motionFreeze motion

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26zChoose creative mode to match settings to the subject or situa-tion, take photos using special effects, or control shutter speedand aperture.1Selec

Seite 63 - Other Shooting Modes

27zChoosing a Mode That Matches the Subject or SituationChoose a creative mode according to the subject or situation:Option DescriptionProgrammed auto

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28zAThe & (Feature) Menu (0 8)Pressing & in creative mode displays the items listed below. The itemsavailable vary with the option selected fo

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29zTaking 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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30z❚❚ S Shutter-Priority AutoIn shutter-priority auto, you choose the shutter speed while thecamera automatically selects the aperture that will produ

Seite 67 - (Smart Photo Selector)

31z❚❚ AAperture-Priority AutoIn aperture-priority auto, you choose the aperture while thecamera automatically selects the shutter speed that will prod

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32z❚❚ MManualIn manual mode, you control both shutter speed and aperture.Choosing Shutter Speed and ApertureAdjust shutter speed and aperture withrefe

Seite 69 - Smart Photo Selector

33zAThe Exposure IndicatorWhen shutter speeds other than “Bulb” areselected, the exposure indicator showswhether the photograph would be under-or over

Seite 70 - K button

iiiGetting the Most from Your CameraTake photos with the shutter-release button.See page 6 for more informa-tion.Shutter-release buttonShoot movies wi

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34zThe Creative PaletteChoose a creative effect. Rotate the multi selector to choose theeffect while previewing the results in the monitor. The effect

Seite 72 - (Motion Snapshot Mode)

35zHDRDetails in highlights and shadows are preserved using HDR (highdynamic range). Each time the shutter-release button is fullypressed, the camera

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36zSelective ColorTake black-and-white pictures in which one hue appears in acolor.1Choose Select color.2Choose a color.3Take pictures.Press the shutt

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37zCross ProcessSelect a base hue to take pictures with modified colors.1Select Hue.2Choose a color.3Take pictures.Press the shutter-release button al

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y38yRecording and Viewing MoviesUse the movie-record button to record movies in auto, creative,and advanced movie mode.1Turn the camera on.2Choose a s

Seite 76 - Deleting Motion Snapshots

39y4Start recording.5End recording.Press the movie-record button tobegin recording. A recording indica-tor, the time elapsed, and the timeavailable ar

Seite 77 - More on Photography

40y❚❚ Shooting ModeMovies can be recorded in the shooting modes listed below.Movies can not be recorded in best moment capture or MotionSnapshot modes

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41y❚❚ Advanced Movie OptionsIn v (advanced movie) mode, the fol-lowing options can be accessed by press-ing & and selecting Advanced movie inthe &

Seite 79 - Self-Timer Modes

42yAThe & (Feature) Menu (0 8)Pressing & in advanced movie mode displays the items listed below.The items available vary with the type of movi

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43yTaking Photographs During Movie RecordingPress the shutter-release button all theway down to take a photograph withoutinterrupting movie recording.

Seite 81 - The Built-in Flash

ivFor a complete guide to using your digital camera, see the Refer-ence Manual (page v). To get the most from your camera, pleasebe sure to read this

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44yViewing MoviesMovies are indicated by a 1 icon in full-frame playback (0 20).Press 3 to start playback.The following operations can be performed:1

Seite 83 - Manual Pop-up Modes

45yDeleting MoviesTo delete the current movie, press O. Aconfirmation dialog will be displayed;press O again to delete the movie andreturn to playback

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46yASee AlsoThe Edit movie option in the playback menu can be used to trimunwanted footage from existing movies (0 71).Use the Frame Size/Frame Rate

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47RROther Shooting ModesIn addition to the modes described above, the camera offersu (best moment capture) mode to help with hard-to-time shotsand a z

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48R1Select u mode.2Choose Active Selection.3Frame the photograph.Press the G button to display themenus. Highlight Shooting modeand press J, then high

Seite 87 - Menu Options

49R4Begin buffering photographs.5Shoot.6Select up to 10 frames.7Save the selected frames.Press J to save the selected frames to the memory card. Theme

Seite 88 - ❚❚ Shooting Menu Options

50RAActive SelectionAt default settings, the frame recorded at the moment the shutter-release button was pressed all the way down is automatically mar

Seite 89 - ❚❚ Movie Menu Options

51RLetting the Camera Choose the Moment (Smart Photo Selector)The Smart Photo Selector helps you capture a fleeting expres-sion on the face of a portr

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52R2Choose Smart Photo Selector.3Frame the photograph.4Begin buffering photographs.Press & (feature) to display the &menu. Highlight Best mome

Seite 91 - ❚❚ Setup Menu Options

53R5Shoot.Smoothly press the shutter-releasebutton the rest of the way down. Thecamera will compare shots recordedto the buffer both before and after

Seite 92 - Connecting to a Computer

vFor more information on using your Nikon camera, download apdf copy of the camera Reference Manual from the website listedbelow. The Reference Manual

Seite 93 - System Requirements

54R❚❚ Viewing Photos Taken with the Smart Photo SelectorChoosing the Best ShotPress K and use the multi selector to dis-play photographs taken with th

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55R❚❚ Deleting PicturesPressing O when a picture taken with theSmart Photo Selector is selected displaysa confirmation dialog; press O again todelete

Seite 95 - Transferring Pictures

56RRecord brief movie vignettes with your photographs. Each timethe shutter is released, the camera records a still image andabout 1.6 s of movie foot

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57R3Begin buffering.4Shoot.Smoothly press the shutter-releasebutton the rest of the way down. Thecamera will record a photograph,together with about 1

Seite 97 - Viewing Pictures

58RAThe & (Feature) Menu (0 8)Pressing & in Motion Snapshot mode displays the following items:1 Shooting mode...

Seite 98 - Technical Notes

59R❚❚ AudioTo record about four seconds of soundwith Motion Snapshots beginning at thestart of movie recording, use the multiselector and J button to

Seite 99 - Approved Memory Cards

60RViewing Motion SnapshotsDeleting Motion SnapshotsTo delete the current Motion Snapshot,press O. A confirmation dialog will be dis-played; press O a

Seite 100 - Storage and Cleaning

61ttMore on PhotographyThis section describes other features you can use when takingpictures.Shoot a continuous series (burst) of photographs.1Display

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62tDContinuous ModeOnly one picture will be taken if the flash fires when I is selected; atsettings of 10, 20, 30, and 60 fps, the built-in flash will

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63tThe self-timer is used to delay shutter release until 10 or 2 sec-onds after the shutter-release button is pressed all the waydown.1Display release

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viTo 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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64t5Frame the photograph and shoot.Note that the timer may not start or a photograph may not betaken if the camera is unable to focus or in other situ

Seite 105 - Troubleshooting

65tUse the built-in flash for additional lighting when the subject ispoorly lit or to “fill-in” (illuminate) back-lit subjects. The built-inflash is a

Seite 106 - Shooting (All Modes)

66t❚❚ Flash ModesThe following flash modes are available in C (auto), q (soft),r (miniature effect), s (selective color), 6 (cross process), and7 (toy

Seite 107 - Miscellaneous

67tManual Pop-up ModesWhen P, S, A, or M is selected in w (creative) mode, the flashmust be raised manually. The flash will not fire if it is not rais

Seite 108 - Error Messages

68t❚❚ Flash ModesThe following flash modes are available when P, S, A, or M isselected in w (creative) mode:• N (fill flash): The flash fires with eve

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69tDRaising 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

Seite 110 - Specifications

70tAUsing the Built-in FlashIf the flash is fired multiple times in quick succession, the flash andshutter may be temporarily disabled to protect the

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71UUMenu Options❚❚ Playback Menu OptionsTo display the playback, shooting, movie,image processing, and setup menus,press the G button. Following menuo

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72U❚❚ Shooting Menu OptionsOption DescriptionReset shooting optionsReset shooting options to default values.Creative Choose a creative mode.Best momen

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73U❚❚ Movie Menu OptionsHueChoose base hue for pictures taken with Cross process selected in creative mode.Toy camera effectAdjust saturation and vign

Seite 114 - 4-in. (ISO 1222)

viiAFollow the instructions of airline and hos-pital personnel. This camera transmitsradio frequencies that could interferewith medical equipment or a

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74U❚❚ Image Processing Menu OptionsSlow motionChoose a frame rate for slowmotion movies recorded in advanced movie mode (0 41).Frame size/ frame rateC

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75U❚❚ Setup Menu Options* Available only when optional WU-1a wireless mobile adapter is attached.Option DescriptionReset setup options Reset setup men

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Q76QConnecting to a ComputerInstall the supplied software to copy pictures to your computerfor viewing and editing. Before installing the software, co

Seite 118 - Battery Life

77QSystem RequirementsThe system requirements for ViewNX 2 are:WindowsCPU• Photos: Intel Celeron, Pentium 4, Core Series; 1.6 GHz orbetter • Movies (p

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78QMacCPU• Photos: Intel Core or Xeon series• Movies (playback): Core Duo 2 GHz or better; Intel Core i5 orbetter recommended when viewing movies with

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79QTransferring Pictures1Choose how pictures will be copied to the computer.Choose one of the following methods:• Direct USB connection: Turn the came

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80Q2Start 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 Star

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81QViewing PicturesPictures are displayed inViewNX 2 when transfer is com-plete.❚❚ Retouching PhotographsTo crop pictures and performsuch tasks as adj

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n82nTechnical NotesRead this chapter for information on compatible accessories,cleaning and storing the camera, and what to do if an error mes-sage is

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83nApproved Memory CardsThe following cards have been tested and approved for use inthe camera. Cards with class 6 or faster write speeds are recom-me

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