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Seite 1 - User’s Manual

DIGITAL CAMERAUser’s Manual

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viiiTable of ContentsA Auto Mode...

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88Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup MenusSetup MenuOthers• Choosing Reset all also clears the current file number (A 92)

Seite 4 - For Your Safety

89Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menuss Battery typeTo ensure that the camera shows the correct battery level (A 18),

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90Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menus2 Select a copy option and press k.Selected images: Copy pictures selected from

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91Technical NotesTechnical NotesOptional AccessoriesApproved Memory CardsThe following memory cards have been tested and approved for use in the COOLP

Seite 7 - COOLPIX L18/L16

92Technical NotesImage File and Folder NamesPictures and movies are assigned file names as follows.• Files are stored in folders automatically named w

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93Technical NotesCaring for the CameraTo ensure continued enjoyment of this Nikon product, observe the following precautions when using or storing the

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94Caring for the CameraTechnical NotesB The Self-timer Lamp/AF-assist Illuminator LEDThe light-emitting diode (LED; A 4, 28, 83) used in the self-time

Seite 10 - Table of Contents

95Caring for the CameraTechnical NotesCleaningDo not use alcohol, thinner, or other volatile chemicals.StorageTurn the camera off when not in use. Che

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96Technical NotesError MessagesThe following table lists the error messages and other warnings displayed in the monitor, as well as the solutions for

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97Error MessagesTechnical NotesPImage cannot be saved.Error occurred while recording picture.Format internal memory or memory card.85Camera has run ou

Seite 13 - About This Manual

ixTable of ContentsConnecting to Televisions, Computers and Printers... 49Connecting to a TV.

Seite 14 - Information and Precautions

98Error MessagesTechnical Notes* See the documentation provided with your printer for further guidance and information.PRPrinter error: check printer

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99Technical NotesTroubleshootingIf the camera fails to function as expected, check the list of common problems below before consulting your retailer o

Seite 16 - Parts of the Camera

100TroubleshootingTechnical NotesElectronically Controlled CamerasIn extremely rare instances, unusual characters may appear in the monitor and the ca

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101TroubleshootingTechnical NotesDigital zoom cannot be used.Digital zoom cannot be used:• When b Portrait or e Night portrait is selected from the sc

Seite 18 - The Monitor

102TroubleshootingTechnical NotesPlaybackUnexpected results when flash set to V (auto with red-eye reduction).If V (auto with red-eye reduction) or fi

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103TroubleshootingTechnical NotesPictures to be printed are not displayed.Memory card contains no pictures. Replace memory card. Remove memory card to

Seite 20 - Easy auto mode

104Technical NotesSpecificationsNikon COOLPIX L18/COOLPIX L16 Digital CameraType Compact digital cameraEffective pixels COOLPIX L18: 8.0 millionCOOLPI

Seite 21 - C Notes on the Multi Selector

105SpecificationsTechnical NotesImage size (pixels)COOLPIX L18:• 3264 × 2448 [High (3264P) / Normal (3264)]• 2592 × 1944 [Normal (2592)]• 2048 × 1536

Seite 22 - The d Button

106SpecificationsTechnical Notes• Unless otherwise stated, all figures are for a camera with a fully-charged EN-MH1 batteries operated at an ambient t

Seite 23 - Shutter-release Button

107Technical NotesSupported Standards• DCF: Design Rule for Camera File System is a standard widely used in the digital camera industry to ensure comp

Seite 24 - 2 Insert the batteries

xTable of ContentsBasic Camera Setup: The Setup Menu...74Displa

Seite 25 - Batteries with a flat

108Technical NotesIndexSymbolsU Anti-shake AE 19, 82k Apply selection button 5A Auto mode 8, 31B Battery level indicator 18l Delete button 5, 25G Easy

Seite 26 - 4 Press k

109IndexTechnical NotesExif version 2.2 107Exposure compensation 9, 30Extension 92FFace Priority 20, 23File names 92Fill flash 26Firmware version 90Fl

Seite 27 - 6 Change the date and time

110IndexTechnical Notesthumbnail 40zoom 41Playback menu 70–73Portrait (b) 32, 33Power switch 4, 12Power-on lamp 4, 12Print set 60Print size 64Printer

Seite 29 - B Memory Cards

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

Seite 30 - (Easy Auto) Mode

1IntroductionIntroductionAbout This ManualThank you for your purchase of a Nikon COOLPIX L18/COOLPIX L16 digital camera. This manual was written to he

Seite 31 - D Anti-shake AE

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

Seite 32 - 2 Frame the picture

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

Seite 33 - Digital Zoom

4IntroductionParts of the CameraThe Camera BodyCOOLPIX L18 is taken for this manual to explain the operations.12345687910111213Lens cover closed1 Shut

Seite 34 - Step 3 Focus and Shoot

5Parts of the CameraIntroduction12 345 6 7891012 13111 Monitor ...62 Shooting mode butt

Seite 35 - B Autofocus

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

Seite 36 - 2 Use the multi selector

7Parts of the CameraIntroductionPlayback15/05/2008 12:009999.JPG9999.JPG9999.JPG99999999999999999915/05/2008 12:00341256879109999999999999999999999999

Seite 37 - Erase 1 image?

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

Seite 38 - Flash mode

8IntroductionBasic OperationsThe Shooting Mode Button• Press the shooting mode button in playback mode to enter shooting mode.• Press the shooting mod

Seite 39 - C Red-eye Reduction

9Basic OperationsIntroductionThe Multi SelectorThis section describes standard uses of the multi selector to select modes, select menu options and to

Seite 40 - 1 Press n (self-timer)

10Basic OperationsIntroductionThe d ButtonPress d to display the menu for the selected mode. Use the multi selector to navigate the menus (A 9).To exi

Seite 41 - Macro mode

11Basic OperationsIntroductionHelp DisplaysPress g (j) when M is displayed at the lower right of the menu screen to view a description of the currentl

Seite 42 - 3 The setting is applied

12First StepsFirst StepsInsert the Batteries1 Open the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover.• Hold the camera upside down to prevent the batteries f

Seite 43 - Shooting in the Auto Mode

13Insert the BatteriesFirst StepsB Replacing BatteriesTurn the camera off and make sure that the power-on lamp and the monitor have gone out before op

Seite 44 - Shooting in the Scene Mode

14First StepsSetting Display Language, Date and TimeA language-selection dialog and date menu are displayed the first time the camera is turned on.1 P

Seite 45 - C Scene Mode Settings

15Setting Display Language, Date and TimeFirst Steps6 Change the date and time.• Press H or I to edit the highlighted item.• Press the multi selector

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16First StepsInserting Memory CardsPictures are stored in the camera’s internal memory (21 MB) or on removable Secure Digital (SD) memory cards (avail

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17Inserting Memory CardsFirst StepsRemoving Memory CardsBefore removing memory cards, turn the camera off and confirm that the power-on lamp and the m

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iIntroductionFirst StepsGBasic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeAAuto ModeCShooting Suited for the ScenecMore on PlaybackDMoviesConnecting to T

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18Basic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeBasic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeStep 1 Turn the Camera On and Select G (Easy Auto) ModeT

Seite 50 - 4 Shoot the second picture

19Step 1 Turn the Camera On and Select G (Easy Auto) ModeBasic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeIndicators Displayed in G (Easy Auto) ModeThe i

Seite 51 - D Panorama Maker

20Basic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeStep 2 Frame a Picture1 Ready the camera.Hold the camera steadily in both hands, keeping your fingers

Seite 52 - More on Playback

21Step 2 Frame a PictureBasic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeDigital ZoomWhen the camera is zoomed in to the maximum magnification (3×), hold

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22Basic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeStep 3 Focus and Shoot1 Press the shutter-release button halfway.When people's faces (front view)

Seite 54 - Editing Pictures

23Step 3 Focus and ShootBasic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeB Face Priority• If no face is recognized when the shutter-release button is pre

Seite 55 - 3 Choose OK and press k

24Basic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeStep 4 Viewing and Deleting PicturesViewing Pictures (Playback Mode)Press c.The last picture taken wil

Seite 56 - 3 Press d

25Step 4 Viewing and Deleting PicturesBasic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeC Playback ModeThe following options are available in full-frame p

Seite 57 - 4 Choose Yes and press k

26Basic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeUsing the FlashThe flash has a range of 0.5-7.7 m (19.7 in.-25 ft. 3.1 in.) when the camera is zoomed

Seite 58 - Recording Movies

27Using the FlashBasic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeB The W (Off) IndicatorNote the following when lighting is poor and the flash is off (W

Seite 59 - The Movie Menu

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 60 - Movie Playback

28Basic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeTaking Pictures with the Self-timerThe camera is equipped with a ten-second timer for self-portraits.

Seite 61 - 5 Press c

29Basic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeMacro ModeMacro mode is used for taking pictures of objects as close as 15 cm (5.9 in.). Note that the

Seite 62 - Connecting to a Computer

30Basic Photography and Playback: Easy Auto ModeExposure CompensationExposure compensation is used to alter exposure from the value suggested by the c

Seite 63 - 4 Turn on the camera

31Auto ModeAuto ModeShooting in the Auto ModeIn the A (auto) mode, you can set image mode, white balance, continuous shooting and color options in the

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32Shooting Suited for the SceneShooting Suited for the SceneShooting in the Scene ModeCamera settings are automatically optimized for the selected sub

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33Shooting in the Scene ModeShooting Suited for the SceneFeatures* Other settings can be selected.* Other settings can be selected.* Other settings ca

Seite 66 - Connecting to a Printer

34Shooting in the Scene ModeShooting Suited for the Scene1Fill flash with slow sync and red-eye reduction.2Other settings can be selected.1Fill flash

Seite 67 - 2 Turn on the printer

35Shooting in the Scene ModeShooting Suited for the Scene* Other settings can be selected.* Other settings can be selected.* Other settings can be sel

Seite 68 - 2 Choose Copies and press k

36Shooting in the Scene ModeShooting Suited for the Scene* Other settings can be selected. Note that the flash may be unable to light entire subject a

Seite 69 - 7 Printing starts

37Shooting in the Scene ModeShooting Suited for the Scene* Other settings can be selected.* Other settings can be selected.o BacklightUse when light i

Seite 70 - DPOF printing and press k

iiiFor Your SafetyObserve caution when handling batteriesBatteries may leak or explode if improperly handled. Observe the following precautions when h

Seite 71 - 5 Printing starts

38Shooting in the Scene ModeShooting Suited for the SceneTaking Pictures for a PanoramaThe camera focuses on the subject in the center of the frame. U

Seite 72 - 1 Press d in playback mode

39Shooting in the Scene ModeShooting Suited for the Scene5 Press k when shooting is completed.The camera returns to step 2.B Panorama AssistFlash mode

Seite 73 - D Date Imprint

40More on PlaybackMore on PlaybackViewing Multiple Pictures: Thumbnail PlaybackPress f (h) in full-frame playback mode (A 24) to display pictures in “

Seite 74 - Displaying the Shooting Menu

41More on PlaybackTaking a Closer Look: Playback ZoomPressing g (i) during full-frame playback mode (A 24) zooms the current picture in 3×, with the c

Seite 75 - C Image Mode

42More on PlaybackEditing PicturesUse the COOLPIX L18/COOLPIX L16 to edit pictures in-camera and store them as separate files (A 92). The editing feat

Seite 76 - Number of Exposures Remaining

43Editing PicturesMore on PlaybackEnhancing Brightness and Contrast: D-LightingD-Lighting can be used to create copies with enhanced brightness and co

Seite 77 - B Flash Mode

44Editing PicturesMore on PlaybackCreating a Cropped Copy: CropThis function is only available when u is displayed in the monitor with playback zoom (

Seite 78 - 5 Press k

45Editing PicturesMore on Playbackg Resizing Pictures: Small PictureCreate a small copy of the current picture. Small copies are stored as JPEG files

Seite 79 - B Note on Best Shot Selector

46MoviesMoviesRecording MoviesTo shoot movies with sound recorded via the built-in microphone, select shooting mode and follow the steps below.1 Press

Seite 80 - F Color Options

47MoviesThe Movie MenuMovie options setting can be changed from the movie menu. Press d in movie mode to display the movie menu and use the multi sele

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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 82 - Displaying the Playback Menu

48MoviesMovie PlaybackIn full-frame playback mode (A 24), movies are recognized by the movie options (A 47) icon. To play a movie, display it in full-

Seite 83 - 3 Press k

49Connecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersConnecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersConnecting to a TVConnect the camera to a televisi

Seite 84 - 3 Choose End or Restart

50Connecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersConnecting to a ComputerWhen the camera is connected to a computer using the supplied USB cable, pi

Seite 85 - C Notes on Deletion

51Connecting to a ComputerConnecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersTransferring Pictures from the Camera to a Computer1 Start the computer to

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52Connecting to a ComputerConnecting to Televisions, Computers and Printers5 Transfer pictures when Nikon Transfer has finished loading.Click Start Tr

Seite 87 - Displaying the Setup Menu

53Connecting to a ComputerConnecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersD Using Standard OS Operations to Open Camera FilesNavigate to the folder o

Seite 88 - Auto mode

54Connecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersConnecting to a PrinterUsers of PictBridge-compatible (A 107) printers can connect the camera direc

Seite 89 - 2 Choose x and press k

55Connecting to a PrinterConnecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersConnecting the Camera and Printer1 Turn off the camera.2 Turn on the printer

Seite 90 - 3 Press K

56Connecting to a PrinterConnecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersPrinting Pictures One at a TimeAfter connecting the camera to the printer co

Seite 91 - D Time Zones (A 14)

57Connecting to a PrinterConnecting to Televisions, Computers and Printers5 Choose the desired paper size and press k.To specify paper size using prin

Seite 92 - Photo Info

vNoticesNotice for customers in the U.S.A.FCC RF Interference StatementThis equipment was tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B dig

Seite 93 - C Date Imprint and Print Set

58Connecting to a PrinterConnecting to Televisions, Computers and Printers3 Choose the desired paper size and press k.To specify paper size using prin

Seite 94 - B Notes on Anti-shake AE

59Connecting to a PrinterConnecting to Televisions, Computers and Printers5 Printing starts.Monitor display returns to the print menu (step 2) when pr

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60Connecting to Televisions, Computers and PrintersCreating a DPOF Print Order: Print SetThe Print set option in the playback menu is used to create d

Seite 96 - C Notes on Auto Off

61Creating a DPOF Print Order: Print SetConnecting to Televisions, Computers and Printers5 Choose whether or not to also print shooting date and photo

Seite 97 - Format Card

62Shooting, Playback and Setup MenusShooting, Playback and Setup MenusShooting Options: The Shooting MenuThe shooting menu in auto mode (A 31) contain

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63Shooting Options: The Shooting MenuShooting, Playback and Setup MenusA Image ModePictures taken with a digital camera are recorded as image files. T

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64Shooting Options: The Shooting MenuShooting, Playback and Setup MenusC Number of Exposures RemainingThe following table lists the approximate number

Seite 100 - Setup Menu

65Shooting Options: The Shooting MenuShooting, Playback and Setup MenusB White BalanceThe color of light reflected from an object varies with the colo

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66Shooting Options: The Shooting MenuShooting, Playback and Setup MenusPreset ManualPreset manual is used with mixed lighting or to compensate for lig

Seite 102 - D More Information

67Shooting Options: The Shooting MenuShooting, Playback and Setup MenusC ContinuousMotion is captured in a series of pictures. Continuous and BSS sett

Seite 103 - Optional Accessories

viNoticesNotice for customers in CanadaCAUTIONThis Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.ATTENTIONCet appareil numéique de la clas

Seite 104 - Image File and Folder Names

68Shooting Options: The Shooting MenuShooting, Playback and Setup MenusF Color OptionsMake colors more vivid or record pictures in monochrome.The effe

Seite 105 - Caring for the Camera

69Shooting Options: The Shooting MenuShooting, Playback and Setup MenusRestrictions on Camera SettingsRestrictions apply to the following settings in

Seite 106 - C Batteries

70Shooting, Playback and Setup MenusPlayback Options: The Playback MenuThe playback menu contains the following options.Displaying the Playback MenuPr

Seite 107 - C Notes on the Monitor

71Playback Options: The Playback MenuShooting, Playback and Setup MenusSelecting Multiple PicturesTo select multiple pictures, the screen shown at rig

Seite 108 - Error Messages

72Playback Options: The Playback MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menusb Slide ShowPlay back pictures, stored in the internal memory or on a memory ca

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73Playback Options: The Playback MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menusc DeleteDelete selected pictures or all pictures.C Notes on Deletion• Once dele

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74Shooting, Playback and Setup MenusBasic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuThe setup menu contains the following options. a MenusA 76Choose how menus are d

Seite 111 - Troubleshooting

75Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup MenusDisplaying the Setup MenuG (easy auto) modePress d to display the setup menu.Aut

Seite 112 - Shooting

76Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menusa MenusChoose the initial menus displayed.c Welcome ScreenYou can select the wel

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77Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menusd DateSet the camera clock and choose home and travel destination time zones.Set

Seite 114 - Playback

viiTable of ContentsFor Your Safety...

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78Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menus3 Press K.The travel destination menu is displayed.4 Choose the travel destinati

Seite 116 - Specifications

79Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup MenusD Time Zones (A 14)The camera supports the time zones listed below.For time diff

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80Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menuse Monitor SettingsChoose whether or not to display information in the monitor, a

Seite 118 - B Specifications

81Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menusf Date ImprintDate and time are imprinted on pictures. Date can be printed from

Seite 119 - Supported Standards

82Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup MenusU Anti-shake AESet anti-shake AE which automatically increases the shutter speed

Seite 120 - Technical Notes

83Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menush AF AssistEnable or disable AF-assist illumination.i Sound SettingsAdjust the f

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84Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menusk Auto OffTo reduce the drain on the batteries, the monitor turns off and the ca

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85Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menusl Format Memory/m Format CardUse this option to format the internal memory or a

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86Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menusn LanguageChoose one of 24 languages for display of camera menus and messages.o

Seite 124 - 6MMA3011-02

87Basic Camera Setup: The Setup MenuShooting, Playback and Setup Menusp Reset AllWhen Reset is selected, the camera’s settings will be restored to the

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