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Seite 1 - Reference Manual

DIGITAL CAMERAReference ManualEn

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viiiIntroductionFor Your SafetyTo prevent damage to your Nikon product or injury to yourself or to others, read the following safety precautions in th

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82Playback FeaturesSelecting Certain Types of Images for PlaybackYou can change the playback mode according to the type of images you want to view.Ava

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83Playback FeaturesSwitching Between Playback Modes1 When viewing images in full-frame playback mode or thumbnail playback mode, press the c button.•

Seite 5 - About This Manual

84Playback FeaturesFeatures That Can Be Set with F (Playback Menu)If you tap F when viewing images in full-frame playback mode or thumbnail playback m

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85Playback Features1This function can also be performed in thumbnail playback mode.2This function is not available for images captured in 3D photograp

Seite 7 - Information and Precautions

86Playback FeaturesConnecting the Camera to a TV, Computer, or PrinterYou can enhance your enjoyment of images and movies by connecting the camera to

Seite 8 - About the Manuals

87Playback FeaturesViewing images on a TV E34Images and movies captured with the camera can be viewed on a TV.Connection method: Connect the video and

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88Playback FeaturesUsing ViewNX 2ViewNX 2 is an all-in-one software package which enables you to transfer, view, edit and share images. Install ViewNX

Seite 10 - For Your Safety

89Playback Features1 Start the computer and insert the ViewNX 2 CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.• Mac OS: When the ViewNX 2 window is displayed, double-c

Seite 11 - Introduction

90Playback Features5 Exit the installer when the installation completion screen is displayed.• Windows: Click Yes.• Mac OS: Click OK.The following sof

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91Playback FeaturesTransferring Images to the Computer1 Choose how images will be copied to the computer.Choose one of the following methods:• Direct

Seite 13 - Notices for Customers in the

ixIntroductionDo not remain in contact with the camera, battery charger, or AC adapter for extended periods while the devices are on or in useParts of

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92Playback FeaturesIf a message is displayed prompting you to choose a program, select Nikon Transfer 2.• When using Windows 7If the dialog shown at r

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93Playback Features3 Terminate the connection.• If the camera is connected to the computer, turn the camera off and disconnect the USB cable. If you a

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95Recording and Playing Back MoviesRecording and Playing Back MoviesYou can record movies by simply pressing the b (e movie-record) button.Recording M

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96Recording and Playing Back MoviesRecording MoviesYou can record movies by simply pressing the b (e movie-record) button.1 Display the shooting scree

Seite 19 - Parts of the Camera

97Recording and Playing Back MoviesB Notes About Recording Images and Saving MoviesThe indicator showing the number of exposures remaining or the indi

Seite 20 - The Camera Body

98Recording and Playing Back MoviesB Notes About AutofocusAutofocus may not perform as expected (A77). Should this occur, try the following:1. Set Mov

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99Recording and Playing Back MoviesFeatures That Can Be Set with F (Movie Menu)Tap F in shooting mode to configure the settings listed below (A10). If

Seite 22 - Operating the Touch Panel

100Recording and Playing Back MoviesPlaying Back MoviesPress the c button to enter playback mode.Movies are indicated by the movie options icon (A99).

Seite 23 - B Notes About the Touch Panel

101Recording and Playing Back MoviesFunctions Available During PlaybackTap the monitor during playback to display the playback control panel at the bo

Seite 24 - Shooting Mode

xIntroduction• Do not handle the plug or Charging AC Adapter with wet hands. Failure to observe this precaution could result in electric shock.• Do no

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103General Camera SetupGeneral Camera SetupThis chapter describes the various settings that can be adjusted in the z setup menu.• For further details

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104General Camera SetupFeatures That Can Be Set with F (Setup Menu)Tap F and tap z Set up to make the settings listed below (A10).If z Set up is not d

Seite 28 - 3 Tap a menu option

105General Camera SetupAuto offAllows you to set the amount of time that passes before the monitor turns off to save power.E102Format memory/Format ca

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E1E Reference SectionReference SectionThe Reference Section provides detailed information and hints about using the camera.ShootingUsing the Draw Opti

Seite 31 - Playback

E2Reference SectionUsing the Draw OptionWrite a memo or draw a picture on the touch panel display and save it as an image. The image is saved at an im

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E3Reference SectionUsing Easy Panorama (Shooting and Playback)Shooting with Easy PanoramaYou can select either W Normal (180°) (default setting) or X

Seite 33 - B Notes About the Battery

E4Reference Section3 Move the camera slowly and straight in one of the four directions, and begin shooting.• When the camera detects which direction i

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E5Reference SectionExample of camera movement• The operator, without shifting position, moves the camera horizontally or vertically in an arc so that

Seite 35 - The Charge Lamp


Seite 36 - 2 Insert the memory card

E6Reference SectionViewing Images Captured with Easy PanoramaIf you switch to playback mode (A32) and display an image captured using easy panorama in

Seite 37 - B Notes About Memory Cards

E7Reference SectionFavorite Pictures ModeYou can sort your images (except movies) into nine albums and add them as favorite pictures (added images are

Seite 38 - 2 Tap the desired language

E8Reference SectionPlaying Back Images in AlbumsTap an album to play back the images that have been added to the selected album.• The icon of the sele

Seite 39 - 7 Tap Yes

E9Reference SectionRemoving Images from AlbumsTo remove an image from an album without permanently deleting it, follow the procedure described below.•

Seite 40 - C The Clock Battery

E10Reference SectionChanging the Favorites Album Icon1 Tap K.• The album icon and icon color selection screen is displayed.2 Tap the desired icon, tap

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E11Reference SectionAuto Sort ModeImages are automatically sorted into categories, such as portraits, landscapes, and movies.Tap a category to play ba

Seite 42 - Step 1 Turn the Camera On

E12Reference Section* Images captured in scene auto selector scene mode (A42) are also sorted into the appropriate categories.B Notes About Auto Sort

Seite 43 - Turning the Camera On and Off

E13Reference SectionList by Date ModeTap a date to play back the images captured on the selected date.• The first image that was captured on the selec

Seite 44 - 1 Press the A button

E14Reference SectionViewing and Deleting Images Captured Continuously (Sequence) Viewing Images in a SequenceEach series of images captured using the

Seite 45 - Available Shooting Modes

E15Reference SectionB Sequence Display Options• Select Sequence display options (E110) in the setup menu to set all sequences to be displayed using th

Seite 46 - 2 Frame the picture

xiiIntroductionInterface CablesUse the interface cables sold or provided by Nikon for your equipment. Using other interface cables may exceed the limi

Seite 47 - C When Using a Tripod

E16Reference SectionDeleting Images in a SequenceIf Sequence display options (E110) in the setup menu is set to Key picture only, images to be deleted

Seite 48 - Step 4 Focus and Shoot

E17Reference SectionEditing Still ImagesEditing FeaturesUse the COOLPIX S6400 to edit images in-camera and save them as separate files (E117). The edi

Seite 49 - C Touch Shutter

E18Reference SectionB Notes About Image Editing• The editing functions of COOLPIX S6400 cannot be used for images captured with another make or model

Seite 50 - Step 5 Play Back Images

E19Reference SectionC Restrictions on Image EditingWhen an edited copy is further modified with another editing function, check the following restrict

Seite 51 - C Viewing Images

E20Reference Sectionp Quick EffectsSelect one of the 30 effects listed below. The effect results can be previewed on the screen shown in step 2 (E21).

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E21Reference Section2 Tap the desired effect.• Tap B or C to scroll through the display.3 Tap I.• To exit without saving the edited image, tap f. When

Seite 53 - Erase selected images

E22Reference SectionU Paint1 Use the I , J, K, and L tools to paint images.• For more information about using each tool, see “Write and Draw on images

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E23Reference Section3 Tap Yes.• A new, painted copy is created.• Images taken at an Image mode setting (A69) of l 4608×2592 are saved at a size of n (

Seite 55 - Shooting Features

E24Reference SectionAdd DecorationsTap K to add a decoration.You can change the decoration type or size using the palette. To hide the palette, tap K

Seite 56 - A (Auto) Mode

E25Reference Sectionk Quick Retouch: Enhancing Contrast and Saturation1 Choose the degree of enhancement and tap I.2 Tap Yes.• A new, retouched copy i

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xiiiIntroductionTable of ContentsIntroduction ... iiRead This First ...

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E26Reference SectionI D-Lighting: Enhancing Brightness and Contrast1 Tap I.• The original version is displayed on the left and the edited version is d

Seite 59 - Adjusting Scene Effect

E27Reference SectionP Stretch: Stretching Images 1 Tap q or r, or tap or drag the slider at the bottom of the screen to adjust stretch effect.2 Tap I.

Seite 60 - Characteristics of Each Scene

E28Reference SectionO Perspective Control: Adjusting a Sense of Perspective1 Tap y or z, or tap or drag the slider at the bottom of the screen to adju

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E29Reference Sectionj Glamour Retouch: Softening Skin and Making Faces Looking Smaller with Larger Eyes1 Tap j All or e Skin softening.• All: Soften f

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E30Reference SectionB Notes About Glamour Retouch• If no faces are detected in the image, the glamour retouch function cannot be used.• The glamour re

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E31Reference Sectiong Small Picture: Reducing the Size of an Image1 Tap the desired small copy size icon.• The available settings are l 640×480, m 320

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E32Reference Sectiono Crop: Creating a Cropped CopyCreate a copy containing only the portion visible in the monitor when G is displayed with playback

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E33Reference SectionC Image Size• The aspect ratio of the cropped copies is 16:9. As the area to be saved is reduced, the image size (pixels) of the c

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E34Reference SectionConnecting the Camera to a TV (Viewing Images on a TV)Connect the camera to a TV to play back images or movies on the TV. If your

Seite 67 - B Notes About AF Areas

E35Reference SectionWhen using a commercially available HDMI cableConnect the plug to the HDMI jack on the TV.3 Set the TV’s input to external video i

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xivIntroductionFeatures That Can Be Set with F (Shooting Menu) ... 68Options Availab

Seite 69 - B Playing Back 3D Images

E36Reference SectionOperations with TV ConnectionWhile images are displayed full-frame on the TV, the previous or next image can be viewed by dragging

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E37Reference SectionB Notes About Connecting the HDMI CableAn HDMI cable is not included. Use a commercially available HDMI cable to connect the camer

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E38Reference SectionConnecting the Camera to a Printer (Direct Print)Users of PictBridge-compatible (F22) printers can connect the camera directly to

Seite 72 - 3 End shooting

E39Reference SectionConnecting the Camera to a Printer1 Turn off the camera.2 Turn on the printer.• Check printer settings.3 Connect the camera to the

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E40Reference Section4 The camera is automatically turned on.• When properly connected, the PictBridge startup screen will be displayed in the camera m

Seite 74 - B Notes About Skin Softening

E41Reference SectionPrinting Individual ImagesAfter properly connecting the camera to the printer (E39), follow the procedures described below to prin

Seite 75 - Basic Shooting Settings

E42Reference Section4 Tap Paper size.5 Tap the desired paper size.• Tap B or C to display the previous or next page.• To specify paper size using sett

Seite 76 - 1 Tap the flash mode icon

E43Reference SectionPrinting Multiple ImagesAfter properly connecting the camera to the printer (E39), follow the procedures described below to print

Seite 77 - Available Flash Modes

E44Reference Section4 Tap Print selection, Print all images, or DPOF printing.Print selectionSelect images (up to 99 images) and the number of copies

Seite 78 - C Red-eye Reduction

E45Reference SectionPrint all imagesOne copy each of all images saved in the internal memory, or on the memory card, is printed.• When the screen show

Seite 79 - 2 Tap Y or Z

xvIntroductionI D-Lighting: Enhancing Brightness and Contrast... E26P Stretch: Stretching

Seite 80 - 4 Press the shutter-release

E46Reference Section5 Printing begins.• Monitor display returns to the print menu shown in step 2 when printing is complete.C Paper SizeThe camera sup

Seite 81 - 2 Tap o

E47Reference SectionEditing MoviesThe desired portions of a recorded movie can be saved as a separate file.1 Play back the desired movie and pause at

Seite 82 - C The Macro Mode Setting

E48Reference Section5 When the settings are finished, tap I.• Tap R (preview) before tapping I to preview the specified portion of the movie.• When pr

Seite 83 - C Exposure Compensation Value

E49Reference SectionThe Shooting Menu (for A (Auto) Mode)A Image Mode (Image Size and Quality)You can select the combination of image size and compres

Seite 84 - Default Settings

E50Reference SectionC Notes About Image Mode• The setting is also applied to other shooting modes.• Some settings cannot be used with other functions

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E51Reference Sectionq/s/r Touch ShootingSelect one of the options listed below.* Available only in A mode.Option Description Aq Touch shutter (defa

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E52Reference SectionC Focus Area That Can Be Set with Touch Shutter or Touch AF/AEThe focus area that can be set by tapping the monitor when using Tou

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E53Reference Sectionq Tapping the Monitor to Release the Shutter (Touch Shutter)Tap the desired subject to take a picture.• Do not use force when tapp

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E54Reference SectionB Notes About Touch Shutter• The focus area that can be set varies depending on the shooting mode (E52).• When taking pictures wit

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E55Reference Sections Focusing on a Moving Subject (Subject Tracking)• s (subject tracking) is enabled only in A (auto) mode.1 Register a subject.• Ta

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xviIntroductionSequence Display Options... E110Eye-Fi Upload... E111Reset All...

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E56Reference Section2 Press the shutter-release button to take a picture.• The camera focuses on the focus area when the shutter-release button is pre

Seite 92 - Focusing

E57Reference Sectionr Tapping the Monitor to Focus (Touch AF/AE)1 Tap the subject on which the camera focuses.• u or a double border will be displayed

Seite 93 - Using Face Detection

E58Reference SectionE ISO SensitivityWhen ISO sensitivity is increased, less light is needed when taking pictures.Higher ISO sensitivity allows darker

Seite 94 - B Notes About Face Detection

E59Reference SectionC Continuous ShootingChange settings to continuous or BSS (Best Shot Selector).Select A (auto) mode M tap F M C ContinuousOption D

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E60Reference SectionB Notes About Continuous Shooting• When a setting other than Single is selected, flash cannot be used. Focus, exposure, and white

Seite 96 - 2 Press the shutter-release

E61Reference SectionC Pre-shooting CacheWhen Pre-shooting cache is selected, shooting begins when the shutter-release button is pressed halfway for 0.

Seite 97 - Playback Features

E62Reference Sectionw White Balance (Adjusting Hue)The color of light reflected from an object varies with the color of the light source. The human br

Seite 98 - Playback Zoom

E63Reference SectionUsing Preset ManualThe preset manual option is used with mixed lighting or to compensate for light sources with a strong color cas

Seite 99 - Thumbnail Display

E64Reference Section4 Frame the white or gray reference object in the measuring window.• To apply the most recently measured value for preset manual i

Seite 100 - Available Playback Modes

E65Reference Sectionp Quick EffectsEnable or disable the quick effects function.B Notes About Quick EffectsThis function cannot be used with some func

Seite 101 - Favorite pictures

1Parts of the CameraParts of the CameraThis chapter describes the parts of the camera and explains information that is displayed in the monitor.The Ca

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E66Reference SectionG AF Area ModeUse this option to determine how the camera selects the focus area for autofocus.B Notes About AF Area Mode• When di

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E67Reference SectionThe Smart Portrait Menu• See “The Shooting Menu (for A (Auto) Mode)” (E49) for information about A Image mode and q/r Touch shooti

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E68Reference Sectiony Blink ProofThe camera automatically releases the shutter twice each time a picture is taken. Of the two shots, one in which the

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E69Reference SectionThe Playback Menu• See “Favorite Pictures Mode” (E7) for information about h Favorite pictures and h Remove from favorites.• See “

Seite 106 - Using ViewNX 2

E70Reference Section2 The slide show begins.• Tap the monitor to display the operation panel at the bottom of the screen.• The screen that appears whe

Seite 107 - 4 Download the software

E71Reference Sectiond ProtectProtects selected images from accidental deletion.Note that formatting the camera’s internal memory or the memory card wi

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E72Reference SectionProtecting Multiple Images1 Tap the desired images to be protected.• When an image is selected, a check mark (y) is displayed. To

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E73Reference Sectiona Print Order (Creating a DPOF Print Order)When printing images saved on the memory card using any of the following methods, the P

Seite 110 - B Connecting the USB Cable

E74Reference Section2 Choose whether or not to print shooting date and photo information.• Tap N Date to place w in the checkbox to imprint the shooti

Seite 111 - 3 Terminate the connection

E75Reference Section2 Choose whether or not to print shooting date and photo information.• Tap N Date to place w in the checkbox to imprint the shooti

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Highlight Features of the COOLPIX S6400Simple touch operations that let you edit images when shootingp Quick effects ...

Seite 113 - Recording and Playing Back

2Parts of the CameraThe Camera Body121 245367891011Lens cover closed1 Shutter-release button... 302Zoom control...

Seite 114 - Recording Movies

E76Reference SectionB Notes About Printing Shooting Date and Shooting InformationWhen the Date and Info settings are enabled in the print order option

Seite 115 - B Camera Temperature

E77Reference Sectionf Rotate ImageSpecify the orientation in which saved images are displayed during playback. Still images can be rotated 90 degrees

Seite 116 - B Notes About Autofocus

E78Reference SectionE Voice MemoUse the camera’s microphone to record voice memos for images.• The voice memo recording screen is displayed for images

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E79Reference SectionPlaying Voice Memos• Tap R to play the voice memo.• Tap S to stop playback.• Tap X during playback to adjust playback volume.• f f

Seite 118 - Playing Back Movies

E80Reference Sectionh Copy (Copy Between Internal Memory and Memory Card)Copy images between the internal memory and a memory card.1 Tap the desired o

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E81Reference Section3 Tap the images to be copied.• When an image is selected, a check mark is displayed. To cancel the selection, tap the image again

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E82Reference SectionC Notes About Copying Images in a Sequence• If you select a key picture of a sequence in Selected images when only the key picture

Seite 121 - General Camera Setup

E83Reference SectionThe Movie MenuD Movie OptionsSelect the desired movie option to record. Larger image sizes and faster movie bitrates mean greater

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E84Reference SectionHS Movie Options* The maximum recording time shown here refers only to the portion of the movie that is recorded in slow motion or

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E85Reference Section2 Press the b (e movie-record) button to start recording.• Movie recording starts in HS mode when Open with HS footage in the movi

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3Parts of the Camera1234568791011121 b (e movie-record) button... 962Charge lamp ...17, E107Flas

Seite 125 - Reference Section

E86Reference SectionB Notes About HS Movie• Sound is not recorded.• Zoom position, focus, exposure, and white balance are locked when the b (e movie-r

Seite 126 - 3 Tap Yes

E87Reference SectionN Open with HS FootageSelect whether the camera records normal speed movies or HS movies (slow motion or fast motion movies) when

Seite 127 - Shooting with Easy Panorama

E88Reference SectionD Movie AF modeSelect how the camera focuses in movie mode.• When an HS movie option is selected in Movie options, the setting is

Seite 128 - C Changing Shooting Range

E89Reference SectionThe Setup MenuWelcome ScreenAllows you to configure the welcome screen that is displayed when you turn on the camera.Tap F M z (se

Seite 129 - Example of camera movement

E90Reference SectionTime Zone and DateSet the camera clock.Tap F M z (setup menu) M Time zone and dateOption DescriptionDate and timeSet camera clock

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E91Reference SectionSelecting the Travel Destination Time Zone1 Tap Time zone.2 Tap x Travel destination.• The date and time displayed in the monitor

Seite 131 - Favorite Pictures Mode

E92Reference Section4 Tap G or H to choose the travel destination time zone and tap I.• If daylight saving time is in effect, tap p to enable daylight

Seite 132 - B Notes About Deletion

E93Reference SectionMonitor SettingsSet the options below.Photo InfoSelect whether or not the photo information is displayed in the monitor.Tap F M z

Seite 133 - Removing Images from Albums

E94Reference SectionB Notes About Monitor SettingsWhen Quick effects (E65) is set to On, Image review is fixed at On.Framing grid+auto infoIn addition

Seite 134 - 3 Tap the desired album

E95Reference SectionPrint Date (Imprinting Date and Time)The shooting date and time can be imprinted on the images when shooting, allowing the informa

Seite 135 - Other scenes

4Parts of the CameraAttaching the Camera StrapOperating the Touch PanelThe monitor on the COOLPIX S6400 is a touch panel display. Use a finger or the

Seite 136 - B Notes About Auto Sort Mode

E96Reference SectionC Print Date and Print OrderWhen printing with a DPOF-compatible printer that can print the shooting date and shooting information

Seite 137 - List by Date Mode

E97Reference SectionVibration ReductionReduce the effects of camera shake while shooting. Vibration reduction effectively reduces blur, caused by slig

Seite 138 - Viewing Images in a Sequence

E98Reference SectionMotion DetectionEnable motion detection to reduce the effects of subject movement and camera shake when shooting still images.The

Seite 139 - B Sequence Display Options

E99Reference SectionAF AssistEnable or disable AF-assist illuminator, which assists autofocus operation when the subject is dimly lit.Tap F M z (setup

Seite 140 - Deleting Images in a Sequence

E100Reference SectionDigital ZoomEnable or disable digital zoom.B Notes About Digital Zoom• When digital zoom is in effect, the camera focuses at the

Seite 141 - Editing Still Images

E101Reference SectionSound SettingsAdjust the following sound settings.B Notes About Sound SettingsButton sounds and the shutter sound are disabled wh

Seite 142 - B Notes About Image Editing

E102Reference SectionAuto OffIf no operations are performed for a specified amount of time, the monitor turns off and the camera enters standby mode (

Seite 143 - C Original and Edited Images

E103Reference SectionFormat Memory/Format CardUse this option to format the internal memory or a memory card.Formatting the internal memory or memory

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E104Reference SectionLanguageSelect one of 31 languages for display of camera menus and messages.Tap F M z (setup menu) M LanguageCzech RomanianDanish

Seite 145 - 4 Tap Yes

E105Reference SectionTV SettingsAdjust settings for connection to a TV.C HDMI and HDMI-CECHDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a multimedia

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5Parts of the CameraUsing the StylusUse the stylus for operations, such as when using the draw option (A47) or the paint option (A84), that require mo

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E106Reference SectionCharge by ComputerSelect whether or not the battery inserted into the camera is charged when the camera is connected to a compute

Seite 148 - Decoration

E107Reference SectionB Notes About Connecting the Camera to a Printer• The battery cannot be charged with connection to a printer, even if the printer

Seite 149 - Quick retouch

E108Reference SectionBlink WarningSelect whether or not the camera detects human subjects that have blinked when shooting in the following situations:

Seite 150 - D-Lighting

E109Reference SectionThe Blink Warning ScreenWhen the Did someone blink? screen shown on the right is displayed in the monitor, the operations describ

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E110Reference SectionSequence Display OptionsChoose the method used to display a series of images shot continuously (sequence) (E 14) when viewing the

Seite 152 - Perspective control

E111Reference SectionEye-Fi UploadB Notes About Eye-Fi Cards• Note that images will not be uploaded if signal strength is insufficient even if Enable

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E112Reference SectionReset AllWhen Reset is selected, the camera’s settings will be restored to their default values.Basic Shooting FunctionsShooting

Seite 154 - B Notes About Glamour Retouch

E113Reference SectionScene ModeSpecial Effects ModeSmart Portrait MenuMovie MenuOption Default valueScene setting in the shooting mode selection menu

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E114Reference SectionSetup MenuMovie AF mode (E88) Single AFWind noise reduction (E88) OffOption Default valueWelcome screen (E89) NonePhoto info (E93

Seite 156 - 3 Tap G

E115Reference SectionOthers• Selecting Reset all also clears the current file number (E117) from memory. Numbering will continue from the lowest numbe

Seite 157 - C Image Size

6Parts of the CameraIndicators of the Monitor/Touch PanelShooting ModeThe information that is displayed in the monitor changes depending on the camera

Seite 158 - 1 Turn off the camera

E116Reference SectionFirmware VersionView the current camera firmware version.Tap F M z (setup menu) M Firmware versionFirmware versionCOOLPIX S6400 V

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E117Reference SectionFile and Folder NamesImages, movies, or voice memos are assigned file names as follows.• Files are saved in folders named with a

Seite 160 - Operations with TV Connection

E118Reference Section• Files copied using Copy>Selected images are copied to the current folder, where they are assigned new file numbers in ascend

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E119Reference SectionOptional AccessoriesBattery chargerBattery Charger MH-66(Charging time when no charge remains: Approx. 1 h 50 min)AC adapterAC Ad

Seite 162 - B Notes About Power Source

E120Reference SectionError MessagesDisplay Cause/SolutionAO (flashes)Clock not set.Set date and time.E90Battery exhausted. Charge or replace battery.

Seite 163 - 2 Turn on the printer

E121Reference SectionThis card cannot be used.Error accessing memory card.• Use approved card.• Check that terminals are clean.• Confirm that memory c

Seite 164 - 15/11/2012

E122Reference SectionAlbum is full. No further pictures can be added.200 images have already been added to album.• Remove some images from album.• Add

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E123Reference SectionThis image cannot be deleted.Image is protected.Disable protection.E71Travel destination is in the current time zone.Destination

Seite 166 - 7 Printing begins

E124Reference Section* See the documentation provided with your printer for further guidance and information.Lens errorLens error.Turn camera off and

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F1Technical Notes and IndexTechnical Notes and IndexMaximizing Camera Life and Performance ...F2The Camera...

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7Parts of the Camera1 Shooting mode...38, 40, 52, 542 Self-timer ...

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F2Technical Notes and IndexMaximizing Camera Life and PerformanceThe CameraTo ensure continued enjoyment of this Nikon product, observe the precaution

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F3Technical Notes and IndexB Do Not Point the Lens at Strong Light Sources for Extended PeriodsAvoid pointing the lens at the sun or other strong ligh

Seite 171 - 4 Tap X (choose end point)

F4Technical Notes and Index• On cold days, the capacity of batteries tends to decrease. If an exhausted battery is used at a low temperature, the came

Seite 172 - 6 Tap Yes

F5Technical Notes and IndexMemory Cards• Use only Secure Digital memory cards. See “Approved Memory Cards” (F23) for recommended memory cards.• Observ

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F6Technical Notes and IndexCleaning and StorageCleaningDo not use alcohol, thinner, or other volatile chemicals.StorageTurn the camera off when not in

Seite 174 - C Notes About Image Mode

F7Technical Notes and IndexTroubleshootingIf the camera fails to function as expected, check the list of common problems below before consulting your

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F8Technical Notes and IndexCamera turns off without warning.• Battery is exhausted.• The camera automatically turns off to save power if no operations

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F9Technical Notes and IndexDate and time of recording are not correct.• If camera clock has not been set, “Date not set” indicator flashes during shoo

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F10Technical Notes and IndexShooting IssuesProblem Cause/Solution ACannot switch to shooting mode.• Disconnect HDMI cable or USB cable.• The camera ca

Seite 178 - B Notes About Touch Shutter

F11Technical Notes and IndexFlash does not fire.• The flash mode is set to W (off).• Scene mode with which the flash does not fire is selected.• On is

Seite 179 - 1 Register a subject

8Parts of the CameraPlayback ModeThe information that is displayed in the monitor varies depending on the image played back and state of use.By defaul

Seite 180 - C Touch Shooting Setting

F12Technical Notes and IndexRandomly spaced bright pixels (“noise”) appear in image.The subject is dark, so shutter speed is too slow or ISO sensitivi

Seite 181 - B Notes About Touch AF/AE

F13Technical Notes and IndexSaving images takes time.It may take more time to save images in the following situations.• When the noise reduction funct

Seite 182 - B Notes About ISO Sensitivity

F14Technical Notes and IndexPlayback IssuesProblem Cause/Solution AFile cannot be played back.• File or folder was overwritten or renamed by computer

Seite 183 - C Continuous Shooting

F15Technical Notes and IndexImages are not displayed on TV.• Video mode or HDMI is not correctly set in the TV settings setup menu.• Cables are connec

Seite 184 - B Notes About BSS

F16Technical Notes and IndexThe PictBridge startup screen is not displayed when the camera is connected to a printer.With some PictBridge-compatible p

Seite 185 - C More Information

F17Technical Notes and IndexSpecificationsNikon COOLPIX S6400 Digital CameraTypeCompact digital cameraNumber of effective pixels16.0 millionImage sens

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F18Technical Notes and IndexStorageMediaInternal memory (approx. 78 MB), SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cardFile systemDCF, Exif 2.3, DPOF, and MPF compliantFile

Seite 187 - 3 Tap b and tap I

F19Technical Notes and IndexFlashRange (approx.)(ISO sensitivity: Auto)[W]: 0.5–6.2 m (1 ft 8 in.–20 ft)[T]: 1.2–2.9 m (4 ft–9 ft 6 in.)Flash controlT

Seite 188 - B Notes About Preset Manual

F20Technical Notes and Index• Unless otherwise stated, all figures assume a fully-charged battery and an ambient temperature of 23 ±3°C (73.4 ±5.4°F)

Seite 189 - Quick effects

F21Technical Notes and IndexB Specifications• Nikon will not be held liable for any errors this manual may contain.• The appearance of this product an

Seite 190 - B Notes About AF Area Mode

9Parts of the Camera1Icons displayed vary depending on the setting used for shooting.2The icon for the selected album or category in auto sort mode cu

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F22Technical Notes and IndexSupported Standards• DCF: Design Rule for Camera File System is a standard widely used in the digital camera industry to e

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F23Technical Notes and IndexApproved Memory CardsThe following Secure Digital (SD) memory cards have been tested and approved for use in this camera.•

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F24Technical Notes and IndexAVC Patent Portfolio LicenseThis product is licensed under the AVC Patent Portfolio License for the personal and non-comme

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F25Technical Notes and IndexIndexSymbolsA Auto mode... 26, 38C Scene mode...

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F26Technical Notes and IndexBlink warning... 105, E108Brightness... E93B

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F27Technical Notes and IndexFocus area... 30Focus indicator...

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F28Technical Notes and IndexMovie AF mode... 99, E88Movie editing ... 101, E47Movie length...

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F29Technical Notes and IndexRecording slow motion movies... 99, E84Red-eye reduction...

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F30Technical Notes and IndexTripod socket... 3, F19TV ...

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10Parts of the CameraUsing MenusThe menus listed below allow you to change various settings.• Shooting menu (A68): Use to change the settings of each

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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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11Parts of the Camera4 Tap a setting option to apply the setting.• The operations vary depending on the menu option. • Tap J to return to the previous

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iIntroductionParts of the CameraThe Basics of Shooting and PlaybackShooting FeaturesPlayback FeaturesRecording and Playing Back MoviesGeneral Camera S

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13The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackThe Basics of Shooting and PlaybackPreparationPreparation 1 Insert the Battery ...

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14The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackPreparation 1 Insert the Battery1 Open the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover.2 Insert the included EN-EL19 b

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15The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackRemoving the BatteryTurn the camera off and be sure that the power-on lamp and the monitor have turned off before

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16The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackPreparation 2 Charge the Battery1 Prepare the included Charging AC Adapter EH-69P.If a plug adapter* is included

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17The Basics of Shooting and Playback3 Disconnect the Charging AC Adapter from the electrical outlet and then disconnect the USB cable.The Charge Lamp

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18The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackPreparation 3 Insert a Memory Card1 Be sure that the power-on lamp and the monitor are off and open the battery-c

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19The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackB Formatting Memory Cards• The first time you insert a memory card that has been used in another device into this

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20The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackPreparation 4 Setting the Display Language, Date, and TimeWhen the camera is turned on for the first time, the la

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21The Basics of Shooting and Playback4 Tap G or H to select your home time zone and tap I.• To enable daylight saving time, tap p. When the daylight s

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iiIntroductionIntroductionRead This FirstThank you for purchasing the Nikon COOLPIX S6400 digital camera. Before using the camera, please read the inf

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22The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackC Changing the Language Setting and the Date and Time Setting• You can change these settings using the Language a

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24The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackStep 1 Turn the Camera On1 Press the power switch to turn on the camera.• The lens extends and the monitor turns

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25The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackTurning the Camera On and Off• When the camera is turned on, the power-on lamp (green) will light and then the mo

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26The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackStep 2 Select a Shooting Mode1 Press the A button.• The shooting mode selection menu, which allows you to select

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27The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackAvailable Shooting ModesC Changing the Shooting Settings• See “Using the Flash (Flash Modes)” (A58) for more info

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28The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackStep 3 Frame a Picture1 Hold the camera steady.• Keep fingers, hair, the camera strap, and other objects away fro

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29The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackC When Using a Tripod• We recommend using a tripod to stabilize the camera in the following situations.- When sho

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30The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackStep 4 Focus and Shoot1 Press the shutter-release button halfway (A31).• When the subject is in focus, the focus

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31The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackThe Shutter-release ButtonB Notes About Recording Images and Saving MoviesThe indicator showing the number of exp

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iiiIntroductionAbout This ManualIf you want to start using the camera right away, see “The Basics of Shooting and Playback” (A13).To learn about the p

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32The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackStep 5 Play Back Images1 Press the c (playback) button.• When you switch from shooting mode to playback mode, the

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33The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackC Viewing Images• Images may be displayed briefly at low resolution immediately after switching to the next or pr

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34The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackStep 6 Delete Unwanted Images1 Play back the image to delete, tap F, and tap l.2 Tap the desired deletion method.

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35The Basics of Shooting and PlaybackOperating the Erase Selected Images Screen1 Tap an image to display y.• To undo the selection, tap the image agai

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37Shooting FeaturesShooting FeaturesThis chapter describes the camera’s shooting modes and the features that are available when using each shooting mo

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38Shooting FeaturesA (Auto) ModeUsed for general shooting. Settings can be adjusted in the shooting menu (A69) to suit the shooting conditions and the

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39Shooting FeaturesUsing Quick EffectsWhen in A (auto) mode, you can apply effects to images immediately after releasing the shutter.• The edited imag

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40Shooting FeaturesScene Mode (Shooting Suited to Scenes)When one of the following scenes is selected, camera settings are automatically optimized for

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41Shooting FeaturesChanging Scene Mode Settings• You can change the settings for the flash mode, self-timer, macro mode, and exposure compensation for

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ivIntroductionOther Information• Symbols and ConventionsTo make it easier to find the information you need, the following symbols and conventions are

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42Shooting FeaturesCharacteristics of Each Scened Scene auto selector• When you point the camera at the subject, the camera automatically selects the

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43Shooting Featuresd Sports• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame. The focus area can be changed using the touch shutter or touch

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44Shooting FeaturesO: Use of a tripod is recommended when using scene modes indicated with O, because the shutter speed is slow. Set Vibration reducti

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45Shooting Featuresj Night landscape• The focus area or focus indicator (A7) always glows green when the shutter-release button is pressed halfway.• T

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46Shooting FeaturesO: Use of a tripod is recommended when using scene modes indicated with O, because the shutter speed is slow. Set Vibration reducti

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47Shooting FeaturesA Draw• Write a memo or draw a picture on the touch panel display and save it as an image.• The image is saved at an image mode set

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48Shooting FeaturesB Notes About Printing Panorama ImagesWhen printing panorama images, the entire image may not be able to be printed depending on th

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49Shooting FeaturesB Using Pet Portrait Auto Release• To change the pet portrait auto release setting, tap F and tap Y Pet portrait auto release.- o O

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50Shooting FeaturesB Notes About Taking 3D Pictures• Moving subjects are not suited to 3D photography.• Images have a less pronounced 3D feel as the d

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51Shooting FeaturesB Playing Back 3D Images• 3D images cannot be played back in 3D on the camera monitor. Only the left eye image of a 3D image is dis

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

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52Shooting FeaturesSpecial Effects Mode (Applying Effects When Shooting)Effects can be applied to images during shooting.The following 11 effects are

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53Shooting Features• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame. The focus area can be changed using the touch shutter or touch AF/AE (

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54Shooting FeaturesSmart Portrait Mode (Capturing Images of Smiling Faces)When the camera detects a smiling face, you can take a picture automatically

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55Shooting FeaturesB Notes About Smart Portrait Mode• Digital zoom cannot be used.• Under some shooting conditions, the camera may be unable to detect

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56Shooting FeaturesUsing Skin SofteningWhen the shutter is released while using one of the shooting modes listed below, the camera detects up to three

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57Shooting FeaturesBasic Shooting SettingsWhen in shooting mode, you can tap the icons on the left side of the monitor to set the following features:1

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58Shooting FeaturesUsing the Flash (Flash Modes)You can set the flash mode to match the shooting conditions.1 Tap the flash mode icon.2 Tap the desire

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59Shooting FeaturesAvailable Flash ModesUAutoThe flash fires automatically when lighting is dim.VAuto with red-eye reductionReduce red-eye in portrait

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60Shooting FeaturesC The Flash Mode Setting• The setting varies with the shooting mode. See “Available Features” (A57) and “Default Settings” (A66) fo

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61Shooting FeaturesUsing the Self-timerThe camera is equipped with a self-timer that releases the shutter ten seconds or two seconds after you press t

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viIntroductionBefore Taking Important PicturesBefore taking pictures on important occasions (such as at weddings or before taking the camera on a trip

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62Shooting Features4 Press the shutter-release button the rest of the way down.• The self-timer starts, and the number of seconds remaining before the

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63Shooting FeaturesUsing Macro ModeWhen using macro mode, the camera can focus on objects as close as approximately 10 cm (4 in.) from the front of th

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64Shooting FeaturesB Notes About Using the FlashThe flash may be unable to light the entire subject at distances of less than 50 cm (1 ft 8 in.).C Aut

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65Shooting FeaturesAdjusting Brightness (Exposure Compensation)You can adjust overall image brightness.1 Tap the exposure compensation icon.2 Tap V or

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66Shooting FeaturesDefault SettingsDefault settings for each shooting mode are described below.Flash mode(A58)Self-timer(A61)Macro mode(A63)Exposure c

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67Shooting Features1Cannot be used when Blink proof is set to On.2Can be set when Smile timer is set to Off.3The setting cannot be changed.4The camera

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68Shooting FeaturesFeatures That Can Be Set with F (Shooting Menu)The settings listed below can be changed by tapping F during shooting (A10).The sett

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69Shooting FeaturesOptions Available in the Shooting MenuOption DescriptionAA Image modeAllows you to select the combination of image size and image q

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70Shooting FeaturesC Camera Settings That Cannot Be Used SimultaneouslySome settings cannot be used with other functions (A71).G AF area modeAllows yo

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71Shooting FeaturesFeatures That Cannot Be Used SimultaneouslySome functions cannot be used with other menu options.Restricted function Option Descrip

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viiIntroduction• Cautions on certain copies and reproductionsThe government has issued cautions on copies or reproductions of securities issued by pri

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72Shooting FeaturesContinuousSelf-timer (A61)When Pre-shooting cache is selected or when using the self-timer, Continuous is fixed at Single.Touch shu

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73Shooting FeaturesB Notes About Digital Zoom• Depending on the shooting mode or the current settings, digital zoom may not be available (E100).• When

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74Shooting FeaturesFocusingUsing Target Finding AFThe camera focuses in the manner described below when you press the shutter-release button halfway.•

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75Shooting FeaturesUsing Face DetectionIn the following shooting modes, the camera uses face detection to automatically focus on human faces. If the c

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76Shooting FeaturesB Notes About Face Detection• The camera’s ability to detect faces depends on a variety of factors, including the direction in whic

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77Shooting FeaturesSubjects Not Suitable for AutofocusThe camera may not focus as expected in the following situations. In some rare cases, the subjec

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78Shooting FeaturesFocus LockYou can use focus lock to focus on off-center subjects when center is selected for AF area mode.The following procedure d

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79Playback FeaturesPlayback FeaturesThis chapter describes how to select certain types of images for playback as well as some of the features availabl

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80Playback FeaturesPlayback ZoomRotating the zoom control to g (i) or double-tapping an image in full-frame playback mode (A32) zooms in on the center

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81Playback FeaturesThumbnail DisplayRotating the zoom control to f (h) in full-frame playback mode (A32) displays images as thumbnails.• You can view

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