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Seite 1 - User’s Manual

No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles or reviews), may be made without writ

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viiiTable of ContentsAdjusting Brightness (Exposure Compensation), Vividness, and Hue ...40Operating the Creative Slider...

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88Camera Settings that Cannot Be Applied SimultaneouslyMore on ShootingAF area modeSmile timer (A 37)Face detection is used regardless of the AF area

Seite 4 - For Your Safety

89More on PlaybackMore on PlaybackOperations in Full-frame Playback ModePress the c (playback) button in shooting mode to enter playback mode and disp

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90Operations in Full-frame Playback ModeMore on PlaybackDelete imageslSelect a deletion method and delete images.When using favorite pictures mode (A

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91Operations in Full-frame Playback ModeMore on PlaybackDisplaying the Histogram and Shooting InformationPress the k button in full-frame playback mod

Seite 7 - Notices for Customers in the

92Operations in Full-frame Playback ModeMore on PlaybackPlaying Images Captured Using Continuous Shooting Mode (Sequence)Each series of images capture

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93Operations in Full-frame Playback ModeMore on PlaybackDeleting Images in a SequenceIf Sequence display options (A129) in the playback menu is set to

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94More on PlaybackViewing Multiple Images: Thumbnail PlaybackRotate the zoom control to f (h) in full-frame playback mode (A 89) to display images in

Seite 10 - Table of Contents

95Viewing Multiple Images: Thumbnail PlaybackMore on PlaybackSwitch to full-frame playback modekPress the k button. 89Switch to shooting modecPress th

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96Viewing Multiple Images: Thumbnail PlaybackMore on PlaybackCalendar DisplayWith playback display of 72 thumbnails (A 94), rotate the zoom control to

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97More on PlaybackTaking a Closer Look: Playback ZoomRotating the zoom control to g (i) in full-frame playback mode (A 89) enlarges display of the cen

Seite 13 - About This Manual

ixTable of ContentsViewing Images by Date (List by Date) ... 113View

Seite 14 - Information and Precautions

98Taking a Closer Look: Playback ZoomMore on PlaybackImages Captured with Face Detection or Pet DetectionWhen zooming in (playback zoom) on an image c

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99More on PlaybackPlaying Back Images by CategoryThe following playback modes can be selected.1 Press the d button in playback mode.The playback menu

Seite 16 - Parts of the Camera

100Playing Back Images by CategoryMore on Playback5 Use the rotary multi selector to choose a playback mode.To return to the current playback mode wit

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101More on PlaybackSorting Favorite Images (Favorite Pictures Mode)Captured images can be added to an album and sorted.After images are added, they ca

Seite 18 - The Monitor

102Sorting Favorite Images (Favorite Pictures Mode)More on Playback4 Use the rotary multi selector to choose the album to which the images will be add

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103Sorting Favorite Images (Favorite Pictures Mode)More on PlaybackViewing Images in an AlbumWhen using “h favorite pictures mode”, images added to an

Seite 20 - Playback

104Sorting Favorite Images (Favorite Pictures Mode)More on PlaybackRemoving Images From an AlbumRemove images from an album without deleting the image

Seite 21 - Basic Operations

105Sorting Favorite Images (Favorite Pictures Mode)More on PlaybackUsing Favorite Pictures ModeThe following operations are available from the list of

Seite 22 - The b (e Movie-record) Button

106Sorting Favorite Images (Favorite Pictures Mode)More on PlaybackChanging the Album IconsThe design of the album icons can be changed. By changing t

Seite 23 - The Rotary Multi Selector

107Sorting Favorite Images (Favorite Pictures Mode)More on PlaybackB Notes on Album IconsSet the album icons separately for the internal memory and fo

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xTable of ContentsConnecting to a Computer...

Seite 25 - Attaching the Camera Strap

108Sorting Favorite Images (Favorite Pictures Mode)More on PlaybackC Adding/Playing Favorite PicturesWhen images are added to an album, they are not m

Seite 26 - 2 Insert the battery

109More on PlaybackFinding Images in Auto Sort ModeImages and movies are automatically sorted to one of the following categories with shooting. When “

Seite 27 - B Notes on the Battery

110Finding Images in Auto Sort ModeMore on Playback3 Use the rotary multi selector to choose a desired category.For information about categories, see

Seite 28 - 2 Insert the battery (A 14)

111Finding Images in Auto Sort ModeMore on PlaybackAuto Sort Mode Categories* Images captured in scene auto selector (A 62) are also sorted to the app

Seite 29 - Charging the Battery

112Finding Images in Auto Sort ModeMore on PlaybackOperations in Auto Sort ModeThe following operations are available in the category list screen (A 1

Seite 30 - C AC Power Source

113More on PlaybackViewing Images by Date (List by Date)In “C list by date mode”, only images captured on the same date can be played back.• In full-f

Seite 31 - Turning On and Off the Camera

114Viewing Images by Date (List by Date)More on PlaybackOperations in List by Date ModeThe following operations are available in the list by date scre

Seite 32 - D Daylight Saving Time

115More on PlaybackPlayback Options: Playback MenuThe following options are available in the playback menu.k Quick retouch A 132Easily create retouche

Seite 33 - First Steps

116Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on PlaybackDisplaying the Playback MenuPress the c button to enter playback mode (A 89).Press the d button to d

Seite 34 - 2 Insert the memory card

117Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on Playbacka Print Order (Creating a DPOF Print Order)When printing images saved on the memory card using any o

Seite 35 - B Notes on Memory Cards

1IntroductionIntroductionAbout This ManualThank you for your purchase of a Nikon COOLPIX S9100 digital camera. This manual was written to help you enj

Seite 36 - 2 Rotate the mode dial

118Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on Playback4 Choose images (up to 99) and the number of copies (up to nine) of each.Rotate the rotary multi sel

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119Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on PlaybackB Notes on Print OrderWhen a print order is created in favorite pictures mode, auto sort mode, or li

Seite 38 - 2 Frame the picture

120Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on PlaybackB Notes on Printing Shooting Date and Shooting InformationWhen the Date and Info settings are enable

Seite 39 - Using the Zoom

121Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on Playbackb Slide ShowPlay back images, saved in the internal memory or on a memory card, one by one in an aut

Seite 40 - Step 3 Focus and Shoot

122Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on Playbackd ProtectProtect selected images from accidental deletion.Select images to protect or cancel protect

Seite 41 - B Note on Face Detection

123Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on PlaybackSelecting ImagesWhen using one of the following features, a screen like that shown on the right is d

Seite 42 - C Viewing Images

124Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on Playbackf Rotate ImageSpecify the orientation in which saved images are displayed with playback. Still image

Seite 43 - B Notes on Deletion

125Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on PlaybackE Voice MemoUse the camera’s microphone to record voice memos for images.Recording Voice Memos1 Choo

Seite 44 - Using the Flash

126Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on PlaybackPlaying Voice MemosImages for which voice memos have been recorded are indicated by p in full-frame

Seite 45 - B Lowering the Flash

127Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on Playbackh Copy (Copy Between Internal Memory and Memory Card)Copy images between the internal memory and a m

Seite 46 - C The Flash Mode Setting

2IntroductionInformation and PrecautionsLife-Long LearningAs part of Nikon’s “Life-Long Learning” commitment to ongoing product support and education,

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128Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on PlaybackB Notes on Copying Images• JPEG-, MOV-, and WAV-format files can be copied. Files saved in any other

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129Playback Options: Playback MenuMore on PlaybackC Sequence Display OptionsChoose the method used to display a series of images shot continuously (se

Seite 49 - 5 Finish shooting

130Editing ImagesEditing ImagesEditing FunctionsUse the COOLPIX S9100 to edit images in-camera and save them as separate files (A 199). The editing fu

Seite 50 - C Self-timer Lamp Blinking

131Editing FunctionsEditing ImagesC Restrictions on Image EditingWhen an edited copy is further modified with another editing function, check the foll

Seite 51 - Macro Mode

132Editing ImagesImage Editingk Quick Retouch: Enhancing Contrast and SaturationQuick retouch can be used to easily create retouched copies in which c

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133Image EditingEditing ImagesI D-Lighting: Enhancing Brightness and ContrastD-Lighting can be used to create copies with enhanced brightness and cont

Seite 53 - Operating the Creative Slider

134Image EditingEditing Imagese Skin Softening: Softening Skin TonesThe camera detects faces in images and creates a copy with softer facial skin tone

Seite 54 - C Creative Slider Settings

135Image EditingEditing Imagesp Filter Effects (Digital Filter)Filter effects (digital filter) can be used to apply a variety of effects to images. Th

Seite 55 - D Using the Histogram

136Image EditingEditing Images4 Adjust the effect.Soft: Press H or I to choose the range of the effect and press the k button.Selective color: The sli

Seite 56 - C Histogram

137Image EditingEditing ImagesS Frame (Adding Frames to Images)A frame can be added to the outside of an image. There are four frames for horizontal i

Seite 57 - More on Shooting

3Information and PrecautionsIntroductionNotice Concerning Prohibition of Copying or ReproductionNote that simply being in possession of material that

Seite 58 - Displaying the Shooting Menu

138Image EditingEditing Imagesg Small Picture: Decreasing Image SizeCreate a small copy of the current image. This feature is useful for creating copi

Seite 59 - C Image Mode

139Image EditingEditing Imagesa Crop: Creating a Cropped CopyCreate a copy containing only the portion visible in the monitor when u is displayed with

Seite 60 - Number of Exposures Remaining

140Movie Recording and PlaybackMovie Recording and PlaybackRecording MoviesHigh-definition movies with sound can be recorded.•Each movie is limited to

Seite 61 - C White Balance Settings

141Recording MoviesMovie Recording and PlaybackB Notes on Recording Movies• Memory cards with an SD Speed Class rating of 6 or faster are recommended

Seite 62 - 3 Choose Measure

142Recording MoviesMovie Recording and PlaybackCapturing Still Images While Recording MoviesIf the shutter-release button is pressed all the way while

Seite 63 - C Metering Area

143Recording MoviesMovie Recording and PlaybackRecording Movies in Slow Motion and Fast Motion (HS Movie)HS (high speed) movies can be recorded. The p

Seite 64 - C ISO Sensitivity Settings

144Recording MoviesMovie Recording and Playback4 Press the b (e movie-record) button to start recording.Movie recording begins after the monitor brief

Seite 65 - AF Area Mode

145Recording MoviesMovie Recording and PlaybackB Notes on HS Movie• Portions recorded for slow motion or fast motion playback are not recorded with so

Seite 66 - St a r t

146Recording MoviesMovie Recording and PlaybackChanging Movie Recording SettingsThe following options can be adjusted from the movie menu.Displaying t

Seite 67 - D Focus Lock

147Recording MoviesMovie Recording and Playback3 Press H or I to choose the D tab.4 Press K or the k button.The movie menu items can be selected.Use t

Seite 68 - 1 Frame a picture

4IntroductionParts of the CameraThe Camera Body2131110674589Lens cover closedFlash raised1Zoom control...

Seite 69 - B Notes on Face Detection

148Recording MoviesMovie Recording and PlaybackMovie OptionsSelect the options for recording movies.Larger image sizes and faster movie bitrates mean

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149Recording MoviesMovie Recording and Playback* The maximum recording time shown here refers only to the portion of the movie that is recorded in slo

Seite 71 - B Notes on Subject Tracking

150Recording MoviesMovie Recording and PlaybackOpen with HS FootageSelect whether the camera records normal speed movies or HS movies (slow motion or

Seite 72 - B Autofocus Mode Setting

151Recording MoviesMovie Recording and PlaybackElectronic VRWhen the camera is configured in the Movie options screen to record normal speed movies, s

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152Movie Recording and PlaybackMovie PlaybackIn full-frame playback mode (A 89), movies can be identified by the Movie options icon (A 148). To play a

Seite 74 - 1 Rotate the mode dial to x

153Movie Recording and PlaybackEditing MoviesThe desired portions of a recorded movie can be saved as a separate file (except movies recorded using p

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154Editing MoviesMovie Recording and Playback6 Choose Yes and press the k button.The edited movie is saved.To exit without saving, select No.YesNoSave

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155Connecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersConnecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersConnecting to a TVConnect the camera to a televis

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156Connecting to a TVConnecting to Televisions, Computers and Printers3 Tune the television to the video channel.See the documentation provided with y

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157Connecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersConnecting to a ComputerUse the supplied USB cable to connect the camera to a computer and copy (t

Seite 79 - C Notes about Skin Softening

5Parts of the CameraIntroduction16 17 18 1913 14127111098124653151 Monitor ...6, 252 Rotary mul

Seite 80 - A 181) does not light

158Connecting to a ComputerConnecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersB Notes on Power Source• When connecting the camera to a computer, use a b

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159Connecting to a ComputerConnecting to Televisions, Computers and Printers4 Start the ViewNX 2 image transfer feature “Nikon Transfer 2” installed o

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160Connecting to a ComputerConnecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersWhen transfer is complete, the ViewNX 2 screen is displayed (ViewNX 2 defa

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161Connecting to a ComputerConnecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersC Transferring Images Using a Computer’s Card Slot or a Commercially-avail

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162Connecting to a ComputerConnecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersCharging While Connecting to a ComputerWhen the Charge by computer option

Seite 85 - D Note on Printing Panoramas

163Connecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersConnecting to a PrinterUsers of PictBridge-compatible (A 215) printers can connect the camera dire

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164Connecting to a PrinterConnecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersConnecting the Camera to a Printer1 Turn off the camera.2 Turn on the print

Seite 87 - Shooting with Easy Panorama

165Connecting to a PrinterConnecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersPrinting Images One at a TimeAfter properly connecting the camera to the pr

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166Connecting to a PrinterConnecting to Televisions, Computers and Printers6 Choose Start print and press the k button.7 Printing begins.Monitor displ

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167Connecting to a PrinterConnecting to Televisions, Computers and Printers3 Choose the desired paper size and press the k button.To specify paper siz

Seite 90 - Shooting with Panorama Assist

6Parts of the CameraIntroductionThe MonitorThe following indicators may appear in the monitor during shooting and playback (actual display varies with

Seite 91 - 5 Take the next picture

168Connecting to a PrinterConnecting to Televisions, Computers and Printers5 Printing begins.Monitor display returns to the screen shown in step 2 whe

Seite 92 - 1 Rotate the mode dial to

169Basic Camera SetupBasic Camera SetupSetup MenuThe setup menu contains the following options.Welcome screen A 171Choose whether or not a welcome scr

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170Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupDisplaying the Setup Menu1 Press the d button.The menu is displayed.If the d button was pressed in x (scene auto select

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171Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupWelcome ScreenChoose whether or not a welcome screen is displayed when the camera is turned on.d button M z (Setup menu

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172Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupTime Zone and DateSet the camera clock.Selecting Travel Destination Time Zone1 Use the rotary multi selector to choose

Seite 96 - C Pre-shooting Cache

173Setup MenuBasic Camera Setup3 Press K.The travel destination screen is displayed.4 Press J or K to choose the travel destination time zone.If dayli

Seite 97 - Special eects

174Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupD Time ZonesThe camera supports the time zones listed below.For time zones not listed below, set the camera clock to lo

Seite 98 - Frame the subject and shoot

175Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupMonitor SettingsSet the options below.d button M z (Setup menu) (A 170) M Monitor settingsPhoto infoChoose information

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176Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupPhoto InfoSelect whether or not the photo information is displayed in the monitor.See “The Monitor” (A 6) for informati

Seite 100 - D More Information

177Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupPrint Date (Imprinting Date and Time)The shooting date and time can be imprinted on the images with shooting, allowing

Seite 101 - 0004.JPG

7Parts of the CameraIntroduction* The icon displayed varies with the shooting mode.1 Shooting mode*...24, 58, 61, 802 Macro mode ...

Seite 102 - More on Playback

178Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupVibration ReductionChoose a vibration reduction option for shooting still images.Vibration reduction effectively reduce

Seite 103 - • Movies

179Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupB Notes on Vibration Reduction• Vibration reduction may take a few seconds to activate after the power is turned on, or

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180Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupMotion DetectionEnable motion detection to reduce the effects of subject movement and camera shake when shooting still

Seite 105 - B Note on Sequence

181Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupAF AssistEnable or disable AF-assist illuminator, which assists autofocus operation when the subject is dimly lit.d but

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182Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupDigital ZoomEnable or disable digital zoom.d button M z (Setup menu) (A 170) M Digital zoomo On (default setting)When t

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183Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupSound SettingsAdjust the following sound settings.d button M z (Setup menu) (A 170) M Sound settingsButton soundSelect

Seite 108 - D List by Date Mode

184Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupAuto OffIf no operations are performed for a specified amount of time, the monitor turns off and the camera enters stan

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185Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupFormat Memory/Format CardUse this option to format the internal memory or a memory card.Formatting the internal memory

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186Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupLanguageChoose one of 26 languages for display of camera menus and messages.TV SettingsAdjust settings for connection t

Seite 111 - 4 Press K or the k button

187Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupCharge by ComputerChoose whether or not the battery inserted into the camera is charged when the camera is connected to

Seite 112 - 6 Press the k button

Trademark Information• Microsoft, Windows and Windows Vista are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United Stat

Seite 113 - Adding Images to an Album

8Parts of the CameraIntroductionPlayback1The icon for the selected album or the selected category in auto sort mode in playback mode is displayed.2The

Seite 114 - B Notes on Favorite Pictures

188Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupBlink WarningSpecify whether or not the camera detects human subjects that have blinked using face detection (A 56) whe

Seite 115 - 1 Press the d button during

189Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupOperating the Blink Warning ScreenWhen the Did someone blink? screen shown on the right is displayed in the monitor, th

Seite 116 - B Note on Deletion

190Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupReset AllWhen Reset is selected, the camera’s settings will be restored to their default values.Basic Shooting Function

Seite 117 - Favorite Pictures Menu

191Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupNight landscape MenuNight Portrait MenuBacklighting MenuContinuous Shooting MenuSpecial Effects MenuMovie MenuSetup Men

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192Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupOthers• Selecting Reset all also clears the current file number (A 199) from memory. Numbering will continue from the l

Seite 119 - B Notes on Album Icons

193Setup MenuBasic Camera SetupFirmware VersionView the current camera firmware version.d button M z (Setup menu) (A 170) M Firmware versionBackC O O

Seite 120 - Viewing Pictures in Albums

194Caring for the CameraCaring for the CameraMaximizing Camera Life and PerformanceTo ensure continued enjoyment of this Nikon product, observe the fo

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195Maximizing Camera Life and PerformanceCaring for the CameraC The Battery• Check the battery level before using the camera and replace or charge the

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196Maximizing Camera Life and PerformanceCaring for the CameraCleaningDo not use alcohol, thinner, or other volatile chemicals.StorageTurn the camera

Seite 123 - B Notes on Auto Sort Mode

197Technical Notes and IndexTechnical Notes and IndexOptional Accessories1Supplied with camera at time of purchase (see page 3 of the Quick Start Guid

Seite 124 - Auto Sort Menu

9IntroductionBasic OperationsRaising and Lowering the Flash (K Flash Pop-up Control)Slide the K (flash pop-up) control (1) to make the flash pop up (2

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198Optional AccessoriesTechnical Notes and IndexApproved Memory CardsThe following Secure Digital (SD) memory cards have been tested and approved for

Seite 126 - List by Date Menu

199Technical Notes and IndexFile and Folder NamesImages, movies, or voice memos are assigned file names as follows.• Files are saved in folders named

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200Technical Notes and IndexError MessagesThe following table lists the error messages and other warnings displayed in the monitor, as well as the sol

Seite 128 - Displaying the Playback Menu

201Error MessagesTechnical Notes and IndexPCard is not formatted. Format card?YesNoMemory card has not been formatted for use in COOLPIX S9100.Formatt

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202Error MessagesTechnical Notes and IndexPSound file cannot be saved.A voice memo cannot be attached to this file.• Voice memos cannot be attached to

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203Error MessagesTechnical Notes and IndexNTravel destination is in the current time zone.Destination in same time zone as home.– 174PMode dial is not

Seite 131 - B Notes on Print Order

204Error MessagesTechnical Notes and Index* See the documentation provided with your printer for further guidance and information.PRPrinter error: che

Seite 132 - D Print Date

205Technical Notes and IndexTroubleshootingIf the camera fails to function as expected, check the list of common problems below before consulting your

Seite 133 - 2 The slide show begins

206TroubleshootingTechnical Notes and IndexElectronically Controlled CamerasIn extremely rare instances, unusual characters may appear in the monitor

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207TroubleshootingTechnical Notes and IndexShootingProblem Cause/SolutionACannot switch to shooting mode.Disconnect HDMI cable or USB cable.155,158,16

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10Basic OperationsIntroductionMode DialThe c (Playback) ButtonThe b (e Movie-record) ButtonRotate the mode dial to the desired icon to switch to the c

Seite 136 - Rotating Images in a Sequence

208TroubleshootingTechnical Notes and IndexNo sound when shutter is released.Off is selected for Sound settings>Shutter sound in setup menu. No sou

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209TroubleshootingTechnical Notes and IndexPlaybackSaving images takes time.It may take more time to save images in the following situations.• When th

Seite 138 - B Notes on Voice Memos

210TroubleshootingTechnical Notes and IndexCannot use quick retouch, D-Lighting, skin softening,filter effects, frame, small picture, or crop.• These

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211TroubleshootingTechnical Notes and IndexNikon Transfer 2 does not start when camera is connected.• Camera is off.• Battery is exhausted.• USB cable

Seite 140 - B Notes on Copying Images

212Technical Notes and IndexSpecificationsNikon COOLPIX S9100 Digital CameraTypeCompact digital cameraEffective pixels12.1 millionImage sensor1/2.3-in

Seite 141 - C Choose Key Picture

213SpecificationsTechnical Notes and IndexExposureMetering256-segment matrix, center-weighted, spot (digital zoom 2× or more)Exposure controlProgramme

Seite 142 - Editing Functions

214SpecificationsTechnical Notes and Index• Unless otherwise stated, all figures are for a camera with a fully-charged Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-

Seite 143 - D Original and Edited Images

215SpecificationsTechnical Notes and IndexSupported Standards• DCF: Design Rule for Camera File System is a standard widely used in the digital camera

Seite 144 - Image Editing

216Technical Notes and IndexIndexSymbolsR 79b (e movie record)-button 10g (tele) 27f (wide) 27c Playback button 10A Shooting mode button 10o Exposure

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217IndexTechnical Notes and IndexContinuous menu 82Continuous shooting mode 80Copying images 127Creative slider 41Crop 139DDate and time 20, 172Date f

Seite 146 - B Note on Skin Softening

11Basic OperationsIntroductionThe Rotary Multi SelectorRotate the rotary multi selector, press its upper (H), lower (I), left (J), or right side (K),

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218IndexTechnical Notes and IndexList by date menu 114List by date mode 113MMacro mode 39Matrix 51Maximum movie length 149Memory capacity 24Memory car

Seite 148 - 4 Adjust the effect

219IndexTechnical Notes and IndexSequence display options 129Setup menu 169Shooting 24, 26, 28Shooting info 11Shooting information 91Shooting menu 46S

Seite 153 - B Camera Temperature

No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles or reviews), may be made without writ

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12Basic OperationsIntroductionUsing Camera MenusPress the d button (A 5) to display the menu for the selected mode.Use the rotary multi selector (A 11

Seite 155 - Movie Recording and Playback

13Basic OperationsIntroductionSwitching Between the Tabs on Menu ScreensAttaching the Camera StrapSet upWelcome screenTime zone and dateMonitor settin

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14First StepsFirst StepsInserting the BatteryInsert a Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL12 (supplied) into the camera.• Charge the battery before the f

Seite 157 - D HS Movie

15Inserting the BatteryFirst StepsRemoving the BatteryTurn the camera off (A 19) and be sure that the power-on lamp and the monitor have turned off be

Seite 158 - Displaying the Movie Menu

16First StepsCharging the BatteryCharge the supplied Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL12 inserted into the camera, by connecting the supplied Charging

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17Charging the BatteryFirst Steps4 Plug the Charging AC Adapter into an electrical outlet.The charge lamp slowly blinks green to indicate that the bat

Seite 160 - Movie Options

iIntroductionFirst StepsBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeMore on ShootingMore on PlaybackEditing ImagesMovie Recording and PlaybackConnect

Seite 161 - C Maximum Movie Length

18Charging the BatteryFirst StepsB Notes on Charging AC Adapter• The Charging AC Adapter EH-69P is for use only with compatible devices. Do not use wi

Seite 162 - Autofocus Mode

19Charging the BatteryFirst StepsTurning On and Off the CameraPress the power switch to turn on the camera. The power-on lamp (green) will light, and

Seite 163 - Wind Noise Reduction

20First StepsSetting Display Language, Date, and TimeWhen the first time the camera is turned on, the language-selection screen and the date and time

Seite 164 - Movie Playback

21Setting Display Language, Date, and TimeFirst Steps5 Press H or I to choose the date format and press the k button.6 Press H, J, I, or K to set the

Seite 165 - Editing Movies

22First StepsInserting Memory CardsData is saved in the camera’s internal memory (approximately 74 MB) or on removable Secure Digital (SD) memory card

Seite 166 - B Notes on Movie Editing

23Inserting Memory CardsFirst StepsB Formatting Memory CardsIf the message on the right is displayed when the camera is turned on, the memory card mus

Seite 167 - 1 Turn off the camera

24Basic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeStep 1 Turn the Camera On and Select A(Auto) ModeThis sect

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25Step 1 Turn the Camera On and Select A (Auto) ModeBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeIndicators Displayed in A (Auto) Mode• The indicators

Seite 169 - Connecting to a Computer

26Basic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeStep 2 Frame a Picture1 Use both hands and ready the camera.Keep fingers, hair, the camera strap, and o

Seite 170 - B Connecting the USB Cable

27Step 2 Frame a PictureBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeUsing the ZoomUse the zoom control to activate optical zoom. Rotate the zoom cont

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iiFor Your SafetyTo prevent damage to your Nikon product or injury to yourself or to others, read the following safety precautions in their entirety b

Seite 172 - B Charging the Battery

28Basic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeStep 3 Focus and Shoot1 Press the shutter-release button halfway.When the shutter-release button is pre

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29Step 3 Focus and ShootBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeB Note on Saving ImagesWhile images are being saved, the number of exposures rema

Seite 174 - Charge Lamp

30Basic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeStep 4 Playing Back and Deleting ImagesPlaying Back Images (Playback Mode)Press the c (playback) button

Seite 175 - Connecting to a Printer

31Step 4 Playing Back and Deleting ImagesBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeDeleting Unwanted Images1 Press the l button to delete the image

Seite 176 - 2 Turn on the printer

32Basic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeUsing the FlashWhen the flash is needed, such as when the subject is dimly lit or when there is backlig

Seite 177 - Printing Images One at a Time

33Using the FlashBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeSetting the Flash Mode1 Slide the K (flash pop-up) control.The flash pops up.When the fl

Seite 178 - 7 Printing begins

34Using the FlashBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeB Notes on Shooting When the Flash Is Disabled (W) or Lighting Is Dim• Use of a tripod i

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35Basic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeTaking Pictures with the Self-timerThe self-timer is useful for self-portraits or reducing the effects

Seite 180 - 5 Printing begins

36Taking Pictures with the Self-timerBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) Mode4 Press the shutter-release button the rest of the way down.The self

Seite 181 - Setup Menu

37Basic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeTaking Pictures with the Smile TimerThe camera uses face detection to detect human faces, and then auto

Seite 182 - 1 Press the d button

iiiFor Your SafetyObserve caution when handling the batteryThe battery may leak, overheat, or explode if improperly handled. Observe the following pre

Seite 183 - Welcome Screen

38Taking Pictures with the Smile TimerBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeB Notes on the Smile Timer• Digital zoom is not available.• Under s

Seite 184 - Time Zone and Date

39Basic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeMacro ModeMacro mode is used for taking pictures of objects as close as 4 cm (1.6 in.). Note that the f

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40Basic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeAdjusting Brightness (Exposure Compensation), Vividness, and HueBrightness (exposure compensation), viv

Seite 186 - D Time Zones

41Adjusting Brightness (Exposure Compensation), Vividness, and HueBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeOperating the Creative SliderWhen using

Seite 187 - Monitor Settings

42Adjusting Brightness (Exposure Compensation), Vividness, and HueBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) Mode4 When adjustment is complete, press J

Seite 188 - Photo Info

43Adjusting Brightness (Exposure Compensation), Vividness, and HueBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeAdjusting Brightness (Exposure Compensa

Seite 189 - C Print Date and Print Order

44Adjusting Brightness (Exposure Compensation), Vividness, and HueBasic Photography and Playback: A (Auto) ModeAdjusting Exposure CompensationWhen usi

Seite 190 - Vibration Reduction

45More on ShootingMore on ShootingSelecting a Shooting Mode (Mode Dial)Rotate the mode dial and align an icon to the mark to select one of the followi

Seite 191 - Notes on Vibration Reduction

46More on ShootingChanging A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)The following options can be set when shooting in A (auto) mode (A 24).Displaying the

Seite 192 - B Notes on Motion Detection

47Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on ShootingImage Mode (Image Quality/Image Size)Image mode refers to the combination of image si

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ivFor Your SafetyUse appropriate cablesWhen connecting cables to the input and output jacks, use only the cables provided or sold by Nikon for the pur

Seite 194 - B Notes on Digital Zoom

48Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on ShootingC Number of Exposures RemainingThe following table lists the approximate number of im

Seite 195 - B Note on Sound Settings

49Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on ShootingWhite Balance (Adjusting Hue)The color of light reflected from an object varies with

Seite 196 - C Auto Off

50Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on ShootingPreset ManualPreset manual is used with mixed lighting or to compensate for light sou

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51Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on ShootingMeteringThe process of measuring the brightness of the subject to determine exposure

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52Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on ShootingISO SensitivityWhen ISO sensitivity is increased, less light is needed when taking pi

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53Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on ShootingAF Area ModeUse this option to determine how the camera selects the focus area for au

Seite 200 - B Note on Blink Warning

54Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on Shootingy CenterThe camera focuses on the subject at the center of the frame.The focus area i

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55Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on ShootingD Focus LockUse focus lock to focus on off-center subjects when center is selected fo

Seite 202 - Reset All

56Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on ShootingFace DetectionWhen the camera is pointed at the face of a person, the camera detects

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57Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on Shooting2 Press the shutter-release button halfway.The camera focuses on the face framed by t

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vNoticesNotices for Customers in the U.S.A.IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS - SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.DANGER - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHO

Seite 205 - Firmware Version

58Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on ShootingFocusing on a Moving Subject (Subject Tracking)Use this mode to take pictures of movi

Seite 206 - Caring for the Camera

59Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on Shooting4 Press the shutter-release button to take a picture.The camera focuses on the focus

Seite 207 - C The Battery

60Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings (Shooting Menu)More on ShootingAutofocus ModeChoose how the camera focuses.A (auto) M d (Shooting menu) M Autofocus

Seite 208 - C Notes on the Monitor

61More on ShootingShooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)When one of the following scenes is selected using the mode dial or the scene menu, images are

Seite 209 - Optional Accessories

62Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on ShootingShooting in the Scene Mode Selected by the Camera (Scene Auto Selector)By simply framing a pic

Seite 210 - Approved Memory Cards

63Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on ShootingB Notes on Scene Auto Selector• Digital zoom is not available.• Depending upon shooting condit

Seite 211 - File and Folder Names

64Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on ShootingChoosing a Scene and Shooting (Scene Mode Types and Characteristics)The mode dial can be used

Seite 212 - Error Messages

65Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on Shooting1The flash fires using red-eye reduction.2Other settings can be selected.S Night portraitUse t

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66Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on Shooting1Flash is fixed at X (fill flash) when HDR is set to Off, and is fixed at W (off) when HDR is

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67Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on Shooting* Other settings can be selected.* Other settings can be selected.y M b PortraitUse this mode

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viNoticesNotice for customers in the State of CaliforniaWARNINGHandling the cord on this product will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the Stat

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68Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on Shooting* Other settings can be selected.1The flash mode setting may automatically switch to slow sync

Seite 217 - Troubleshooting

69Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on Shooting* Other settings can be selected.* Other settings can be selected.* Other settings can be sele

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70Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on Shooting* Other settings can be selected.* Other settings can be selected. Note that the flash may be

Seite 219 - Shooting

71Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on Shooting* Other settings can be selected.y M u FoodUse this mode when taking pictures of food.• Macro

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72Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on Shooting* Other settings can be selected.y M l MuseumUse indoors where flash photography is prohibited

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73Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on Shooting* Other settings can be selected.1Can be changed when using Panorama assist.2Self-timer can be

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74Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on Shooting1Can be set to Off. Self-timer (10s, 2s) is not available.2Other settings can be selected.y M

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75Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on ShootingShooting with Easy Panorama1Rotate the mode dial to y, press the d button and choose pPanorama

Seite 224 - Specifications

76Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on Shooting5 Press the shutter-release button all the way, and then remove your finger from the shutter-r

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77Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on ShootingPlaying Images Captured with Easy PanoramaSwitch to playback mode (A 30, 89), display an image

Seite 226 - B Specifications

viiTable of ContentsFor Your Safety...

Seite 227 - Supported Standards

78Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on ShootingShooting with Panorama AssistThe camera focuses on the subject at the center of the frame. Use

Seite 228 - Technical Notes and Index

79Shooting Suited to Scenes (Scene Mode)More on Shooting5 Take the next picture.Frame the next image so that one third of the frame overlaps the first

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80More on ShootingBurst Shooting (Continuous Shooting Mode)Use this mode to capture the details of a moving subject by shooting a continuous series of

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81Burst Shooting (Continuous Shooting Mode)More on ShootingB Notes on Continuous Shooting Mode• It may take some time to save the images after shootin

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82Burst Shooting (Continuous Shooting Mode)More on ShootingChanging Continuous Shooting Mode SettingsAfter displaying the V (continuous) mode shooting

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83Burst Shooting (Continuous Shooting Mode)More on ShootingOption Descriptionq Pre-shooting cachePre-shooting cache makes it easy to capture perfect m

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84Burst Shooting (Continuous Shooting Mode)More on ShootingISO sensitivity A 52Set the ISO sensitivity to suit the brightness of the subject.AF area m

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85More on ShootingApplying Effects When Shooting (Special Effects Mode)One of the following effects can be applied to images during shooting.1Rotate t

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86Applying Effects When Shooting (Special Effects Mode)More on Shooting3 Press H or I to choose an effect and press the k button.Press the d button af

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87More on ShootingCamera Settings that Cannot Be Applied SimultaneouslySome settings in the A (auto) mode (A 24) shooting menu (A 46), the continuous

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