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    Reference Manual En DIGITAL CAMERA[...]

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    i Introduction ii Table of Contents xvii Parts of the Camera 1 Preparing for Shooting 7 Basic Shooting and Playback Operations 13 Shooting Features 22 Functions That Can Be Set with the d (Menu) Button 47 Using Location Data Functions/Displaying Maps 55 Using the Wi-Fi (Wir eless LAN) Function 56 Connecting the Camera to a TV, Printer, or Computer [...]

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    ii Introduction Introduction To get the most from this Nikon product, be sure to read “For Your Safety” ( A vii-ix), “<Impo rtant> Notes About Loc ation Data Function s (GPS/GLONASS, Electronic Comp ass)” ( A xii ), and “Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN Network)” ( A xiv), and all other instructions thor oughly and keep them where they will be[...]

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    iii Introduction How to Attach the Camera Strap • The camera strap can be at tached to the eyele t on either side (left and right) of the camera body.[...]

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    iv Introduction Information and Precautions Life-Long Learning As part of Nikon’s “Life-Long Learni ng” commitment to ongoing product support and education, continually updated informat ion is available online at the following websit es: • For users in the U.S.A.: • For users in Europe an d Africa: http://www.euro[...]

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    v Introduction About the Manuals • No part of the manuals included with this product may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system , or translated into any language in any form, by any means, without Nikon’s prior written permission. • Illustrations and monitor conten t shown in this man ual may differ from the act[...]

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    vi Introduction Disposing of Data Storage Devices Please note that deleting images or form a tting data storage devices such as memory cards or built-in camera memory doe s not completely erase the original image data. Deleted files can some times be recovered from discard ed storage devices using commercially available software, potentially resul [...]

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    vii Introduction To prevent damage t o your Nikon product or injury to yoursel f or to others, read the following safet y precautions in their ent irety before using this equipment. Keep thes e safety instructio ns where all those who use the product will read them. The conseque nces that could resu lt from failure t o observe the prec autions list[...]

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    viii Introduction Do not leave the product where it will be exposed to extremely high temperatures, such as in an enclosed automobile or in direct sunlight Failure to observe this precaution coul d cause damage or fire. Observe caution when handling the battery The battery may leak, overheat, or explode if im properly handled. O bserve the followin[...]

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    ix Introduction • Do not handle the plug or Charging AC Adapter with wet hands . Failure to observe this prec aution could result in electric shock. • Do not use with travel co nverters or ad apters designed to c onvert from one voltage to another or with DC-to-AC invert ers. Failure to observe this precaution could damage the product or cause [...]

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    x Introduction Notices for Customers in the U.S.A. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTION S - SAVE THESE INSTRUCT IONS. DANGER - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, CAREFULLY FOLLOW THE SE INSTRUCTIONS For connection to a supply not in the U.S. A. , use an attachment pl ug adapter of the proper configura tion for the p ower outlet if nee ded. The p[...]

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    xi Introduction Notice for Customers in the State of California WARNING Handling the cord on this product will expose you to lead, a chem ical known to the State of California to cause birt h defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. Nikon Inc., 1300 Walt Whitman Road, Melvil le, New York 11747-3064, U.S.A. Tel: 631-547-4200 No[...]

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    xii Introduction b Map/location name data of this c amera Before us ing the locati on data fu nction s, make sure to read “USER LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR MAP DATA AND LOCATION NAME DATA” ( F 21) and agree to the te rms. • The maps and location name information (Points of Interest: POI) are as of April 2014. The maps and location name in formation[...]

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    xiii Introduction b Notes about measurement functions The COOLPIX S9900 is a camera. Do not use this camera as a navigation device or measuring instrument. • Use information (such as direction) me asured by the camera as a guideline only. Do not use this information for navigation of an airplane, car, and person or land survey applications. • W[...]

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    xiv Introduction This product is controlled by the Un ited States Export Administration Regulations, and you are re quired to obta in permission fr om the United St ates government if you export or re-export th is product to any country to which the United States embargoes goods. The following countries were subjec t to embargo: Cuba, Iran, North K[...]

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    xv Introduction COOLPIX S9900, which is equipped with a DW092 (FCC ID:EW4DW092 / IC ID:4634A-3149EC) Wireless LAN Module, ha s been tested and found to comply with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits se t forth for an uncontrolle d environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65 and RSS-102 of the IC rad[...]

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    xvi Introduction Precautions when Using Radio Trans missions Always keep in mind that radio tra nsmission or reception o f data is subject to interception by third parties. Note that Nikon is not responsible for data or information leak s that may occur during data transfer . Personal Information Management and Disclaimer • User information re gi[...]

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    xvii Table of Contents Table of Contents Introduction ............ ............ ............ ............ .......... ............ ............ ............ ............ ...... ii Read This First .............. ............................................. .................................... ................. ............ ii Other Information .....[...]

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    xviii Table of Contents Shooting Features .................... ............ ............ .......... ............ ............ ............ ......... 22 A (Auto) Mode ..................................... .................................... .................................... ...... ... 22 Scene Mode (Shooting Suite d to Scenes) ..................[...]

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    xix Table of Contents Reference Section ............. ............ ............ ............ ............ .......... ............ ........... E 1 Tips and Notes on the Scene Mode ...................................................... ...................... E 3 Shooting Time-lap se Movies . ................... ............... ............... .......[...]

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    xx Table of Contents Editing Movies ................................................. ............................................. ................... E 48 Extracting Only the Desired Porti on of a Movie.. ............... ................... ................... ..... E 48 Saving a Frame from a Movie as a Still Image .............. ................[...]

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    xxi Table of Contents Copy (Copy Betwee n the Memory Card and Intern al Memory) ............ ............. E 85 Sequence Disp lay Options ...... ................... ................... .................. ............... ................... ....... .. E 86 The Location Data Options Menu ............................... ...............................[...]

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    xxii Table of Contents Technical Notes and Inde x .............. ......... ............ .......... .......... ......... ............ ... F 1 Caring for the Product .................................. ............................................. ....................... F 2 The Camera .. ................... .............. ............... ............[...]

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    1 Parts of the Ca m era Parts of the Camera The Camera Body 6 3 12 4 5 7 1 9 8 11 10 15 16 14 13 12 Lens cover closed Flash raised 1 Eyelet for camera strap ............... ......... iii 2 Command dial ............ ................... ....... 31 3 Power switch/power-on lamp ................ ................... ................... ..................[...]

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    2 Parts of the Ca m era * Also referred to as the “multi selector” in this manual. 12 5 2 6 8 10 11 4 7 9 14 13 15 16 3 1 1 K (flash pop-up) control ................ ................... ................... .......... 16, 35 2 Charge lamp . ............... ................... .......... 8 Flash lamp ...... ................... ...................[...]

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    3 Parts of the Ca m era The information that is displayed in th e monitor during shooting and playback changes depending on the camera’s settings and state of use. By default, informatio n is displayed wh en the camer a is first turned on and when you operate the camera, and turns of f after a few seconds (when Photo info is s et to Auto info in [...]

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    4 Parts of the Ca m era 1 0 10 400 400 1/250 1/250 1/250 F3.7 F3.7 F3.7 2 9 m 0s 999 29 m 0s 999 24 25 26 27 30 35 40 42 43 44 33 39 32 31 29 28 52 a b 51 36 34 37 38 41 50 49 48 46 47 45 2 2 1 0 10 HDR HDR PRE PRE 120 120 6 0 60 H H L L 24 ISO sensitivity ... ................... .................. 49 25 Battery level indicator .... ...............[...]

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    5 Parts of the Ca m era Playback Mode 15/11/2015 15:30 15/11/2015 15:30 9999. JPG 9999. JPG 999 / 999 999 / 999 10 11 2 1 3 4 5 7 8 9 6 2 9 m 00s 29 m 00s 2 9 m 00s 29 m 00s 999 / 999 999 / 999 9999 / 9999 9999 / 9999 1 List by date icon ............ ............. E 23 2 Protect icon ............... ............ 52, E 84 3 Sequence display (when In[...]

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    6 Parts of the Ca m era 15/11/2015 15:30 15/11/2015 15:30 9999. JPG 9999. JPG 999 / 999 999 / 999 12 13 1 4 15 19 21 20 22 26 25 27 28 24 23 16 18 17 12 Image quality ... ................... . 49, E 60 13 Image size ...... ................... ..... 49, E 61 14 Easy panorama ................... ......... E 11 15 Movie options .......... ............[...]

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    7 Preparing for Shooting Preparing for Shooting • With the battery's positive and negati ve terminals oriented c orrectly, move the orange batt ery latch ( 3 ), and fully insert the battery ( 4 ). • Slide the memory card in until it clicks int o place ( 5 ). • Be careful not to in sert the battery or memo ry card upside-down or backward,[...]

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    8 Preparing for Shooting 1 With the batter y installed, co nnect the ca m era to an electrical outlet. If a plug adapter* is inc luded with your camera, securely connect it to the Charging AC Adapte r. Once the two are connected, attempting to forcibly remove the plug adapter could damage th e product. * The shape of the plug adapter varies accordi[...]

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    9 Preparing for Shooting B Notes About the USB Cable • Do not use a USB cable other than the UC -E21. Using a USB cable other than the UC-E21 could result in overheat ing, fire or electric shock. • Make sure that the plugs are properly or iented. Do not i nsert or remove the plugs at an angle when connecti ng or discon necting th em. B Notes Ab[...]

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    10 Preparing for Shooting Changing the orientation of t he monitor is useful when shooting with the camera in a high or a low position, or when taking selfie s. For normal shooting, fold the monitor again st the camera body with the screen facing out ( 3 ). When you are not using or carrying the came ra, fold the monitor against the ca mera body wi[...]

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    11 Preparing for Shooting When the camera is turne d on for the first time, the la nguage-selectio n screen and the date and tim e setting screen for the camera cloc k are displayed. 1 Press the power switch to turn on the ca m era. • The monitor turns on. • To turn the cam era off, press the powe r switch again. • The power switch is enabl e[...]

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    12 Preparing for Shooting 6 Set the date and time, and press the k button. • Use J K to select a field and then use HI to set the date and time. • Select the minute field and press the k button to confirm the setting. 7 When the confirmation dialog is displayed, use HI to select Yes and press the k butt on. • When settings are finish ed, the [...]

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    13 Basic Shooting and Playback Ope rations Basic Shooting and Playback Operations 1 Rotate the mode dial to A . • The camera ent ers A (auto) mode and can be used for gener al shooting. • Battery level indicator b : The battery level is high. B : The battery level is low. • Number of exposur es remai ning C is display ed when no me mory card [...]

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    14 Basic Shooting and Playback Ope rations 3 Frame the picture. • Move the zoom control to change the zoom lens position ( A 17). 4 Press the shutter-release button halfway. • When the subject is in focus, the focus area or focus indicator is displaye d in green. • When you are using digital zoom, the camera focuses in the center of the frame[...]

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    15 Basic Shooting and Playback Ope rations B Notes About Saving Images or Movi es The indicato r showing th e number of ex posures re maining or the indicator showing remaining recording time flashes while images or mo vies are bein g saved. Do not open the batte ry-chamber/memory ca rd slot cover or remove the battery or memory card whil e an indi[...]

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    16 Basic Shooting and Playback Ope rations Using the Flash In situat ions where a flash i s needed, such as in dark l ocations or when the subject is backlit , move the K (flash pop-up) control to r aise the flash . • When not using the flash, gently push to lower the flash u ntil it clicks shut. C The Flash Lamp • The status of the fl ash can [...]

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    17 Basic Shooting and Playback Ope rations Using the Zoom When you move the zoom control, th e zoom lens position changes. • To zoom in: Move toward g • To zoom out and view a larger ar ea: Move toward f When you turn the camera on, t he zoom moves to the maxim um wide-angle position. • A zoom indicator is displayed on the shooting screen whe[...]

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    18 Basic Shooting and Playback Ope rations 1 Press the c (playback) button to enter playback mode. • If you press and h old down the c (playback) button while the camera is turned off, the camera turns on in playback mode. 2 Use the multi se lector to select an image to display. • Press and hol d down HIJK to scroll through the im ages quickly.[...]

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    19 Basic Shooting and Playback Ope rations 1 Press the l (delete) button to delete the image curre ntly displayed in the monitor. 2 Use the multi selector HI to select the desired deletion method and press the k button. • To exit without dele ting, press the d button. • When Er ase selected images is selected, see “The Image Selecti on Screen[...]

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    20 Basic Shooting and Playback Ope rations Rotate th e mode dial to select one of the following shoo ting modes. • A (Auto) mode Used for general shootin g. • y (Scen e) mode Camera settings are opti mized according to the sce ne that you select. When using scene auto select or, the camer a automatica lly recognizes the shooting scene when you [...]

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    21 Basic Shooting and Playback Ope rations When the shooting screen is displaye d, you can press the multi selector H ( m ) J ( n ) I ( p ) K ( o ) to set the functions described below. • m Flash mode When the flash is raised, you can select a flash mode to match the shooting conditions. • n Self-timer The camera releases the shutter 10 seconds[...]

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    22 Shooting Features Shooting Features Used for general shooting. • When the camera detec ts a human face, it focuses on that face (fac e detection). Functions Available in A (Auto) Mode • Flash mode ( A 35) • Self-timer ( A 37) • Macro mode ( A 39) • Exposure compensation ( A 43) • Shooting menu ( A 49) A (Auto) Mode[...]

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    23 Shooting Features When a scene is selecte d, camera settings are au tomatically opti mized for the selected scene . Press the d (menu) button to display the scene me nu and select a scene using the multi selecto r. 1 The camera focuses at infinity. 2 The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame. 3 Use of a tripod is recommended beca[...]

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    24 Shooting Features To View a Description (Help Display) of Each Scene Select a scene and move the zoom c ontrol ( A 1) toward g ( j ) to view a description of that scene. To return to th e previous screen, move the zoom control toward g ( j ) again. Scene auto selector Landscape Portrait Night portrait Sports Time-lapse movie[...]

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    25 Shooting Features You can take a picture with the glamour retou ch function to enhance human faces. 1 Press the multi selector K . 2 Apply an effect. • Use JK to select the desir ed effect. • Use HI to select the amount of effect. • You can simultaneously apply multiple effects. B Skin softening , l Foundation makeup , Q Soft , G Vividness[...]

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    26 Shooting Features Functions Available in Smart Portrait Mode • Glamour retouch ( A 25) • Smile timer ( A 26) • Self-Collage ( A 27) • Flash mode ( A 35) • Self-timer ( A 37) • Smart portrait menu ( A 50) Using Smile Timer When you press the multi se lector J to select a Smile timer and press the k button, the camera au tomatically re[...]

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    27 Shooting Features Using Self-Collage The camera can capture a ser ies of 4 or 9 images at intervals and sa ve them as a one-fr ame image (a collag e image). 1 Press the multi selector J to select n Self-Collage , and press the k button. • A confirmation dialog is displayed. • When you press th e d button and select Self-Collage before press [...]

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    28 Shooting Features You can create a short movie ( e 1080/30p or S 1080/25p ) that is up to 30 seconds long by recording and auto matically combining multiple movie cl ips that are several seconds long. 1 Press the d (menu) button and configure the settings for recording movies. • Number of shots : Set the number of movie clips that the camera r[...]

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    29 Shooting Features 4 Save the short m ovie show. • The short mov ie show is sav ed when the camera finish es recording the specified number o f movie clip s. • To save a short movie show bef ore the camera finishes recording the specified number o f movie cli ps, pres s the d button on the shooting screen while a movie clip is not being recor[...]

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    30 Shooting Features C Pausing Movie Recording • A still image with Normal in im age quality and j 4608×2592 in image size can be captured if you pres s the shutter-rele ase button on the shooting screen while a movie is n ot being recorded. • You can pause movie record ing and play back im ages or e n ter other shooting modes to take pictures[...]

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    31 Shooting Features Images can be shot with greater control by setting the shutter speed or aperture value manually. Settings can also be adjusted to suit the shooting con ditions a nd the type of shot you want to capture. • You can change how the camer a selects t he area of the frame to foc us on by changing the AF area mode setting ( A 50). W[...]

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    32 Shooting Features Exposure The procedure for shooting imag es at th e desired brightness (exposure) by adjusting the shu tter speed o r aperture v alue is called “determine exposure”. The sense of dynamism and amount of b ackground defocus in images to be shot vary depending on the combinations of shutter s peed and aper ture value even if t[...]

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    33 Shooting Features A (Programmed auto) Use for automatic co ntrol of the exposure by the camera. • Different combinations of shutter speed a nd aperture valu e can be sel ected without changing the exposure by rotating the command dial or multi se lector (“flexible program”). While flexible program is in effect, a flexible program mark ( A [...]

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    34 Shooting Features B Notes About Shooting • When zooming i s performed af ter the exposure is set, exposu re combinations or aperture val ue may be changed. • When the subje ct is too dark or too bri ght, it may not be possible to obtain the appropriate exposure . In such cases, the shutter spe ed indicator or aperture value indicator flashes[...]

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    35 Shooting Features When the flash is raised, yo u can set the flash mode to match th e shooting conditions. 1 Move the K (flash pop-up) control to raise the flash. • When the fl ash is lowere d, flash operation is disabled and S is displa yed. 2 Press the m ulti selector H ( m ). 3 Select the desired flash m ode ( A 36) and press the k button. [...]

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    36 Shooting Features Available Flash Modes C The Flash Mode Setting • With some shooti ng modes, the selectable fla sh modes ma y vary, or the flash mode settings may not be available. • For shoo ting mode s A , B , C and D , the setting is save d in the camera’ s memory even after the camer a is turned off. C Auto with Red-eye Reduction/Red-[...]

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    37 Shooting Features The camera is equipped with a self-t imer that releases the shutter ab out 10 seconds or 2 se conds after you press the shu tter-release butt on. Set Photo VR to Off in the setup me nu ( A 54) when using a tripod to stabilize the camera during shooting. 1 Press the multi selector J ( n ). 2 Select n 10s or n 2s , and press the [...]

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    38 Shooting Features 4 Press the shutter-release button the rest of the way down. • Countdown starts. The se lf-timer lamp flashes and then glows steadily about on e second before the shutter is released. • When the shutter is released, the self-timer is set to k . • To stop the countdown, press the shutter-release button again. 9 9[...]

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    39 Shooting Features Use macro mode when taking cl ose-up pictures. 1 Press the multi selector I ( p ). 2 Select o and press the k button. • If the setting is not app lied by pressing the k button within a few secon ds, the selection will be canceled. 3 Move the zoom control to set the zoom ratio to a position where F and the zoom indicator are d[...]

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    40 Shooting Features When the shooting mode is s et to A , B , C , or D mode , use the creative slider to adjust brig htness (exposure co mpen sation), vividness, and hue for capturing images. 1 Press the multi selector K ( o ). 2 Select the item and make an adjust ment. • JK : Select an item . - o : “Brightness (Exposu re Compensation)” ( A [...]

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    41 Shooting Features Brightness (Exposure Compensation) Adjust the ov erall brightne ss of the image. • To brighten the image, set a posi tive (+) value. • To darken the image, set a nega tive (–) value. B Notes About Exposure Com pensation Brightness ad justment (exp osure compensati on) cannot be used in D mode. C Using the Histogram A hist[...]

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    42 Shooting Features Vividness (Saturation Adjustment) Adjust the overa ll vividness of the image. • The overall image viv idness increases as the slider is moved up. The overall image vividness decre ases as the slider is mov ed down. Hue (White Balance Adjustment) Adjust the overa ll hue of the image. • The overall image bec omes more reddish[...]

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    43 Shooting Features When the shooting mode is s et to A (auto) mo de, scene mode, or short movie show mode, you can adj ust the brightness (expos ure compensatio n). 1 Press the multi selector K ( o ). 2 Select a compensation value and press the k button. • To brighten the imag e, set a positive (+) value. • To darken the image, set a ne gativ[...]

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    44 Shooting Features Some functions cannot be used with other menu options. Functions That Cannot Be Used Simultaneously When Shooting Restricted function Option Description Flash mode Continuous ( A 49) When a setting other than Single is selected, th e flash cann ot be used. Blink proof ( A 50) Whe n Blink proof is set to On , the flash cannot b [...]

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    45 Shooting Features Continuous Self-timer ( A 37) If the self- timer is us ed when Pre- shooting cache is selected, the setting is fixed at Single . ISO sensitivity Continuous ( A 49) When Pre- shooting cach e , Continuous H: 120 fps , or Continuous H: 60 fps is selected, the ISO sensitivity setting is automatically specified according to the brig[...]

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    46 Shooting Features B Notes About Digital Zoom • Depending on the shooting mode or the current settin gs, digital zoom may not be available ( E 101 ). • When digital zoom is in effect, the came ra focuses in the cen ter of the frame. Photo VR Flash mode ( A 35) If the flash fires whe n On (hybrid) is selected, the setting is fixed at On . Self[...]

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    47 Functions That Can Be Set with the d (Menu) Button Functions That Can Be Set with the d (Menu) Button You can set the menus list ed below by pressing the d (menu) button. • A , y , F , n , A , B , C , D Shooting menu Available by pressing the d butt on when the shooting screen is displayed. Allows you to cha nge image size and quality, continu[...]

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    48 Functions That Can Be Set with the d (Menu) Button 2 Press the multi selector J . • The current menu icon is displaye d in yellow. 3 Select a menu icon and press the k button. • The menu options become selectable. 4 Select a menu option and press the k button. • Certain menu option s cannot be set depending on the curre nt shooting mode or[...]

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    49 Functions That Can Be Set with the d (Menu) Button Common Opti ons For A , B , C , D modes The Shooting Menu Enter shooti ng mode M d button Option Description A Image quality Allows you to set the image quality (compres sion ratio) used when sav ing images. • Default setting: Normal E 60 Image size Allows you to set th e image size used when [...]

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    50 Functions That Can Be Set with the d (Menu) Button For Smart Portra it mode AF area m ode Allows you to determine how th e camera selects the focus area that is us ed for auto focus. • Default setting: Target f inding AF ( E 18) E 69 Autofo cus mode Allows you to set the method h ow the camera focuses. • Default setting: Pr e-focus E 72 M ex[...]

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    51 Functions That Can Be Set with the d (Menu) Button The Movie Menu Enter shooti ng mode M d button M D menu icon M k bu tton Option Description A Movie options Select the movie type. Select normal speed to record movies at normal speed, or HS (hig h speed) to record movies that play in slow or fast motion. • Default setting: e 1080/30p or S 108[...]

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    52 Functions That Can Be Set with the d (Menu) Button The Playback Menu Press the c button (pl ayback mode) M d butt on Option Description A Mark for Wi-Fi uploa d Allows you to select images in the camera that you want to transfer to a smart device in advance before transferring them. E 82 Quick reto uch * Allows you to create retouched copies in [...]

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    53 Functions That Can Be Set with the d (Menu) Button * Edited images are saved as separate files. Some images ma y not be edi ted. The Image Selection Screen When an image selection scre en such as t he one shown on the right is displayed while operating the camer a, follow the procedures described below to select the images. 1 Use the multi selec[...]

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    54 Functions That Can Be Set with the d (Menu) Button The Setup Menu Press the d button M z menu icon M k button Option Description A Time zone and date Allows you to set the camera clock. E 95 Monitor settings Allows you to adjust photo in formation display, post-shooting im age review, and mo nitor brightness se ttings. E 97 Date stamp Allows you[...]

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    55 Using Location Data Fu nction s/Displ aying Map s Using Location Data Functions/ Displaying Maps Select the z (location data options) menu ( A 47), and set Record location data in Location data options to On , the came ra starts receiving signals f rom positioning satellit es. Location data re ception can b e checked on the shooting sc reen. •[...]

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    56 Using the Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN ) Function Using the Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN) Function You can perform the fol lowing functions if you install the dedicated softwa re “Wireless Mobile Utilit y” on your smart de vice that runs on Android OS or iOS, and connect it to the camera. Take Photos You can capture still images us i ng the two methods descri[...]

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    57 Connecting th e Ca m era to a TV, Printer, or Co m puter Connecting the Camera to a TV, Printer, or Computer You can enhance your enjoyment of images and movies by connecting the camera to a TV, printer, o r computer. • Before connecting the camer a to an external device, make sure the remaining battery level is suffic ient and turn the camera[...]

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    58 Connecting th e Ca m era to a TV, Printer, or Co m puter Viewing i m ages on a TV E 53 Images and movies capture d with the cam era can be viewed on a TV. Connection method: Connect a commercially available HDMI cable to the TV’s HD MI input jack. Printing i m ages without using a co m puter E 54 If you connect the camera to a PictBridge-compa[...]

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    E 1 The Reference Section provides detailed information and hints about using the camera. Shooting Tips and Notes on the Scen e Mode....................... ............................................. ..... E 3 Default Settings (Flash, Self-ti m er, Etc.) .......................................... .................... E 14 Focusing ........... ...[...]

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    E 2 Connection Connectin g to a S m art Device (Wi -Fi) ............................................................... .. E 50 Preselecting I m ages in the C a m era That You Want to Transfer to a S m art Device ............... .................................... ............................................. ............................. E 52 Con[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 3 • When you point the c amera at the subjec t, the camera aut omatically recognizes the optimum sc ene mode from the list bel ow and adjusts the shooting settings accordingly. • The focus area depends on the composit ion of the image. When t he camera detects a human face, it focuses on tha t face ( E 16). • Depending on[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 4 • While the shutter-release button is held a ll the way down , the camera shoots up to about 5 images continuously at a rate of about 7 fps (when image quality is set to Normal and when image size is set to i 4608×34 56 ). • The frame rate for continu ous shootin g may becom e slow depending on the current image quality [...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 5 • On the screen dis played when j Night landscape is selected, sele ct u Hand- held or w Tripod . • u Hand-held (default setting): -W h i l e t h e j icon on the shooting screen is displaye d in gree n, press the shutter-release button all the way to ca pture a ser ies of image s which ar e combined into a single image an[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 6 • The shutter speed is fixed at about four seconds. • The zoom is restricted to 10 fixed position s. • On the screen dis played when o Backlighting is selected, sele ct On or Off of HDR (high dynami c range) comp osition base d on the type of image you want to capture. • Off (default setting): The flash fires to preve[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 7 • When you point the camera at a dog or cat, the camera detects the pet’s face and focuses on it. By default, the shutter is automatically released when the camera detects a dog or cat face (pet portrai t auto release). • On the scre en displayed when O Pet portrait i s selected , select U Single or V Continuous . - U S[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 8 • On the screen dis played when R Special effects is selected, se lect the shooting effect. • When Selective color or Cross process is selected, use t he multi sele ctor HI to select the desired color, and press the k button to apply the color. To cha nge the color selection, press the k button again. y M R Special effect[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 9 Shooting Time-lapse Movies The camera can automatically capture 300 st ill images at a specified interval to create time -lapse movies ( e 1080/30p ) that are approximately 10 seconds long. 1 Suited for recordi ng the movement of stars. The focus is fixed at inf inity. 2 The zoom is restrict ed to 10 fixed positions. 3 Star m[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 10 3 Stabilize the camera by usin g a tool such as a trip od. 4 Press the shutter-re lease button to capture the first image. • Set exposure compensation ( A 43) before releasing the shutter for the first im age. Exposure compensation cannot be changed after the first image is captured . Focus and hue are fixed when the first[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 11 Shooting with Easy Panorama 1 Select Normal or Wide as the shooting range and press the k button. • When the camera is readied in the horizontal position, the image size (width × height) is as follows . - Normal : 4800 × 920 when moved horizontally, 1536 × 4800 when moved vertically - Wide : 9600 × 920 when moved horiz[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 12 4 Move the ca m era in one of the four directions until the guid e indicator reaches the end. • When the camera detect s which d irection it is moving in, shooti ng begin s. • Shooting ends when the camer a captures the specified shooti ng range. • Focus and exposur e are locked until shooting ends. Example of Camera M[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 13 Playback with Easy Panora ma Switch to playback mode ( A 18), display an image captured using easy panorama in full- frame playback mode, and then press the k button to scroll the ima ge in the direction that was used when shooting. • Rotate the multi sele ctor to scroll forward or backward quickly. Playback controls are d[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 14 Default settings fo r each shooting mode are lis ted below. Default Settings (Flash, Self-timer, Etc.) Flash ( A 35) Self-timer ( A 37) Macro ( A 39) Exposure compensatio n ( A 43) A (auto) U kk 0.0 y x (scene auto selector) U 1 kk 2 0.0 b (portrait) V kk 3 0.0 c (landscape) W 3 kk 3 0.0 N (time -lap se movie) W 3 kk 3 0.0 4[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 15 1 Ca nn o t b e c h an ge d. The camera automatically select s the flash mode appropriate for the scene it has sele cted. 2 Cannot be changed. Th e camera enters macr o mode when i is selected. 3 Cannot be changed. 4 Cannot be changed whe n Night sky or Star trails is used. 5 May switch to slow sync with red-eye red uction f[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 16 The focus area varie s depe nding on the shooting mode. Using Face Detection In the following shooti ng modes, the camera uses face de tection to automatic ally focus on human faces. • A (Auto) mode ( A 22) • Scene auto selector , Portra it , or Night portrait scene mode ( A 23) • Smart portrait mode ( A 25) • When A[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 17 Using Skin Softening When the shutter is released whil e using one of the sho oting modes list ed below, the camera detects human faces and proces ses the image to soften facial skin tones (up to 3 faces). • Smart portrait mode ( A 25) - The skin softening level can be adju sted by the glamour reto uch function. • Scene [...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 18 Using Target Finding AF When AF area mode ( E 69) in A , B , C , o r D mode is set to T arget finding AF , the camera focuse s in the manner described below when you press the shutter-rel ease button halfway. • The camera detects the main subject and focuses on it. When the su bject is in focus, the focus ar ea is displa y[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 19 Focus Lock Focus lock shooting is re commended when the camera does no t activate the focus area t hat contains the desired subje ct. 1 In A , B , C , or D m ode, set AF area mode to Center ( E 69). 2 Position the subjec t in the center of the fra m e and press the shutter-release button halfway. • The camera focuses on th[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 20 The control ra nge of the shutter speed differs depending on the zoom position, aperture, or the ISO se nsitivity setting. Addit ionally, the control range changes in the following contin uous shooting sett ings. 1 In D mode, the ISO sensitivity is fixed at ISO 125. 2 In C mode, the maximum sh utter speed var ies dependin g [...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 21 Moving the z oom control to ward g ( i playback zoom) in full-frame playback mode ( A 18) zooms in on the image. • You can change the magnification rate by moving the zoom control toward f ( h ) or g ( i ). The zoom can also be ad justed by rotating the command dial. • To view a different area of the image, press the mul[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 22 Moving the z oom control to ward f ( h thumbnail playback) in full-frame playback mode ( A 18) displays images as thumbnails. • You can change the number of thum bnails displayed by moving the zoom control toward f ( h ) or g ( i ). • While using thumbnail playback mode, use the multi selecto r HIJK or rotate it to selec[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 23 Use the multi se lector HI to select a date and then press the k button to play bac k the images captur ed on the select ed date. • Functions in the playback menu ( A 52) can be used for t he images in th e selected shooting date (except Copy ). • The following operations are available whil e the shooting date sele ction[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 24 Viewing Imag es in a Se quence Images captured continuously or with th e self-collage function are sa ved as a sequence. The first image of a sequence is us ed as the key picture to represent th e sequence when displayed in full-frame playback mode or thumbnail playback mode . For the self-collage function, a collage image i[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 25 Deleting Images in a Se quence When the l (delete) button is presse d for images in a sequen ce, the images that are deleted vary depending on how the sequences are displayed. • When the key pic ture is displa yed: • When images in a sequence are disp layed in full-frame playback mode: - Current image : All images in the[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 26 Before Editing Images You can easi ly edit images on t his camera. Edited copies are saved as separate files. Edited copies are save d with the same shooting date and time as the original. C Restrictions on Image Editing • An image can be edited up to 10 tim es. Additionally , still images cr eated by movie editing can be [...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 27 Quick Retouch: Enhancing Contrast a nd Saturation Use the multi selector HI to select the amount of effect applied and press the k button. • The edi ted versi on is dis played on the rig ht. • To exit without saving the copy, press J . D-Lighting: Enhancin g Brightness and Contrast Use the multi selector HI to select OK [...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 28 Red-eye Correction: Correcting Red-eye Whe n Shooting with the Flash Preview the result and press the k button. • To exit without saving the copy, press the multi selector J . B Notes About Red-eye Correction • Red-eye correcti on can only be applied to images when red-eye is de tected. • Red-eye correction can be appl[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 29 2 Use JK to select the effect, use HI to select the effect level, and press the k button. • You can simultaneously apply multiple effects. Adjust or check the setting s for all effects before pre ssing the k button. F (small face), B (skin softening), C (foundation makeup), m (glare re duction), E (hide eye bags), A (big e[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 30 Small Picture: Reducing the Size of an Im age 1 Use the multi selector HI to select the desired copy size and press the k button. • Images captured at an image mode setting of j 4608×2592 are s aved at a size of 640 × 360, and images captured at an image mode setting of H 3456×3456 are saved at 480 × 480. Pre ss the k [...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 31 Crop: Creat ing a Cropped Copy 1 Move the zoom control to enlarge the image ( E 21). 2 Adjust the image so that on ly the portion that you want to keep is displayed, and then press the d (menu) button. • Move the zoom control toward g ( i ) or f ( h ) to adjust the magnification rate. Set a magnification r ate at which u i[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 32 Set Time zone and date ( E 95) correctly before using the location data functions. 1 Set Record location data to On . • After the se ttings are complete, press the d button or shutter-release button to exit the me nu. • To receive sign als easily, oper ate in an open-air a rea. 2 Check the location data reception on the [...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 33 B Notes About Location Data Functions • Before using the location data functions, r ead “<Important> Notes About Location Data Functions (GPS/GLONASS, Electronic Compass)” ( A xii). • It takes a few minutes to perform positioning for the location data wh en positioning is performe d for the first ti me or in a [...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 34 C Points of Interest (POI) Information POI information is location name information fo r landmarks (facilities) and other details. • When Display POI in Points of interest (POI) ( E 90) of the Location data options menu is set to On , the nea rest locati on name information for the current position is displayed during shoo[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 35 *T h e z icon is displayed duri ng playback for images which have the location data recorded ( A 5). • Shooting locat ion: Display the shooting location of images t hat have the location data recorded on the map. The shooting location of the image selected befor e pressing the U button is highlighted in yellow. For the ima[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 36 Operations When Selecting a Thumbnail Image B Map Display • Maps canno t be displ ayed while the camera is being ch arged with t he Charging AC Adapter. • The map display cannot be rotated. Only the north up display (the top of the screen indicates the north) is available. • The map scal e varies depe nding on which co[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 37 C Operations of the Map with Saved Locations When you press th e k button and select Center on saved location while the map is displayed ( E 35, E 38) or thumbnails are selected ( E 36), the map scrolls to the closest saved location from th e center of the screen. • Use the multi se lector HIJK to move to other saved locat[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 38 1 See “Recording the Location Data on the Image” ( E 32). 2 If you press the U button when p ositioning is not be ing performed, a world map is displayed. • The current position is displayed at the center of the map. You can save the location and display it on the map. • When the camera lens faces downward , a compas[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 39 1 Use the multi selector HI to select Log interval , and press the k button. 2 Select the intervals of log recording and press the k button. • The default setting is 15 s . 3 Select Start log , and press the k button. 4 Select the duration th at the log will be recorded, and press the k button. • Log recording star ts. P[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 40 B Notes About Log Recording • If the date and ti me are not set, the log cannot be recorded. • Use a fully charged battery to prevent th e camera from turning off during log recording. When the battery power becom es exhausted, log recording ends. • Even when the camera is tu rned off, log recording is continuously per[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 41 Ending Log Recording to Save it on Memor y Cards To display the obtained log data on the map, you need to save it to a memory card. 1 When log recording is completed, select End log on the screen, and press the k button. • Ending log can also be performed be fore the preset ti me elapses. 2 Select Save log , and press the [...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 42 • Select the log data (date) to be displayed, and press the k button. Your movement route based on the recorded log is displayed on the map. • To erase the selecte d log or all saved logs, press the l button on the log lis t screen. • The operations list ed below can be performed during the map display. C Location Info[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 43 1 Display the shooting screen. • Check the re maining amount of m ovie recording ti me. 2 Press the b ( e movie-record) button to start movie recording. • The focus area for autofocus differs depending on th e setting of AF area mode ( E 79). The default setting is Face p riority . • Press the multi selector K to pause[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 44 Area Captured in Movies • The area that is captured in a movie varies depending on the Mov ie options or Movie VR settings in the movie menu. • If Photo info in Monitor settings ( E 97) in the setup menu is set to Movie frame+auto info , you can confirm the area that will be captured in a movie before you start recording[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 45 Notes About Movie Recording B Notes About Saving Images or Movi es The indicato r showing th e number of ex posures re maining or the indicator showing the remaining recordin g time flashes while images or movies are bei ng saved. Do not open the batter y-chamber/me mory card slo t cover or remove the battery or memory card [...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 46 If the shutter-release button is pressed all th e way while recording a movie, one frame is saved as a still image. Movie recording cont inues while the still image is being sa ved. • While Q is displayed in the monitor, still images can be captured. While z is displayed, still images cannot be captured. • The size of th[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 47 To adjust the vol ume, move the z oom control while a movie is playing ( A 1). Rotate the mul ti selector or th e command dial to fast forward or rewind. Playback controls are di splayed in the monitor. The operat ions desc ribed below can be performed by using th e multi selector JK to select a control and th en pressing th[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 48 When editing movies, use a su fficiently charged battery t o prevent the camera from turning off during editing. Wh en the battery level indicator is B , movie editing is not possible. Extracting Only the Desired Portion of a Movie The desired portion of a recorded movi e can be saved as a separate file. 1 Play back a desire[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 49 5 Use HI to select m (save) and press the k button. • Follow the instructions on the screen to save the movie. B Notes About Movie Editing • A movie that was created by editing cannot be trimmed again. • The actual trimmed portion of a movie m ay di ffer slightly fr om the portion se lected using the start and end poin[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 50 1 Press the Z (Wi-Fi) button on the camera. • The screen shown on the ri ght is displayed. • If no connection conf irmation is re ceived from the smart device within 3 minutes, the message No acces s. is displayed and the camera returns to the Wi-Fi op tions screen. • You can also select Conn ect to smar t device in th[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 51 C Touching an NFC-compatible Smart Device to the Ca mera for a Wi-Fi Con nection When you use a smart device that is compatible with near field communication (NFC) functions and runs on Android OS, you can esta blish a Wi-Fi connection and start the “Wireless Mob ile Utility” by touching the NFC antenna on the smart devi[...]

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    Reference Sect ion E 52 You can preselect imag es in the camera that you want to transfer to a smart device. Movies cannot be preselect ed for transfe r. 1 Select images to transfer. You can preselect the images to transfer to a smart device in the following menus: • Mark for Wi-F i upload in the playback menu ( E 82 ) • Upload from camer a in [...]

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    E 53 Reference Sect ion 1 Turn off the camera and connect it to the TV. • Make sure that the plugs are properly oriented. Do not insert or remove the plugs at an angle when connecting or disconn ecting them. 2 Set the TV’s input to ex ternal input. • See the documentation provided with your TV for details. 3 Hold down the c (playback) button [...]

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    E 54 Reference Sect ion Users of PictBridge-compati ble printers can conne ct the camera dire ctly to the printer and print images without using a computer. Connecting the Camer a to a Printer 1 Turn on the printer. 2 Turn off the camera and connec t it to the printer using the USB cable. • Make sure that the plugs are properly oriented. Do not i[...]

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    E 55 Reference Sect ion Printing Images One at a Time 1 Use the multi selector JK to select the desired image and press the k button. • Move the zoom control toward f ( h ) to switch to thumbnail playback or g ( i ) to switch to full -frame play back. 2 Use HI to select Copies and press the k button. • Use HI to set the desired n umber of copie[...]

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    E 56 Reference Sect ion Printing Multiple Images 1 When the Print selection screen is displayed, press the d (menu) button. 2 Use the multi selector HI to select Paper size and press the k button. • Select the desi red paper size and press the k button. • To print with the paper size setting configured on the printer, select Default . • The p[...]

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    E 57 Reference Sect ion Print selection Select images (up to 99) and the number of copies (up to 9) of each. • Use the multi selector JK to select images, an d use HI to specify the number of copies to be printed. • Images sele cted for prin ting are indicated by M a nd the number of copies to be printed. To cancel the print selection, set the [...]

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    E 58 Reference Sect ion Installing ViewNX 2 ViewNX 2 is free software tha t enables you to transfer images and movies to your computer so t hat you can view, edit, or share them. To instal l ViewNX 2, download the ViewNX 2 inst aller from the website below and follow the onscreen installat ion instructions. For system r[...]

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    E 59 Reference Sect ion If a message is displaye d promptin g you to choos e a program, select Nik on Transfer 2. • When using Windows 7 If the dialog shown at right is displayed, follow the steps below to sele ct Nikon Transf er 2. 1U n d e r Import pictures and videos , click Change program . A program selection dialog will be displayed; select[...]

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    E 60 Reference Sect ion Image Quality * The image quality can be set i n shootin g modes other th an the short movie show mode. The setting is also applied to other shooting modes (except Time-lapse movie and Easy panorama scene modes). Set the image qua lity (compression ratio ) used when saving ima ges. Lower compression ratios result in higher q[...]

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    E 61 Reference Sect ion Image Size * The image size can be set in shooting m odes other than the short movie sh ow mode. The setting is also applied to other shooting modes (except Time-lapse movie and Easy panorama scene modes). Set the image size (number of pixe ls) used when saving images . The larger the image size, th e larger the s ize at whi[...]

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    E 62 Reference Sect ion • See “Image Quality” ( E 60) and “Image Size” ( E 61) for information about Image quality and Image size . White Balance (Adjusting Hue) Adjust white balance to suit the light source or we ather conditions in order to make the col ors in images ma tch what you see with your e yes. B Notes About White Balance • L[...]

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    E 63 Reference Sect ion Using Preset Manual Use the procedure bel ow to mea sure the whit e balance value under the lighting used during shooting. 1 Place a white or gray reference object under the lighting that will be used during shooting. 2 Use the multi selector HI to select Preset manual in the White balance menu, and press the k button. • T[...]

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    E 64 Reference Sect ion Metering The process o f measuring the brightness of the subject to de termine the exposure is known as “m etering.” Use this option to set the method of how the camera mete rs exposure. B Notes About Metering • When digital zoom is in effect, Center-weighted or spot mete ring (where th e center of the frame is meter e[...]

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    E 65 Reference Sect ion Continuous Shooting Rotate the mode di al to A , B , C or D M d button M A , B , C , or D menu ic on M Continuous M k butt on Option Description U Single (defaul t settin g) One image is captured each time the shutter-re lease button is pressed. k Continuous H While the shutter-release butto n is held all the way down, image[...]

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    E 66 Reference Sect ion B Notes About Continuous Shooting • Focus, exposure , and white balance ar e fixed at the values determi ned with the first image in each ser ies. • It may take some time to sa ve the imag es after sh ooting. • When ISO sensitivity increas es, noise may appear in captured images. • The frame rate for continu ous shoo[...]

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    E 67 Reference Sect ion C Pre-shooting Cache When the shutter-release button is pressed halfway or all the way down, images are saved as described below. • The pre-shooting cache icon ( Q ) on the shooting screen changes to green while the shutter-release butto n is pressed halfw ay. Images saved by pressing half way Images saved by pressing al l[...]

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    E 68 Reference Sect ion ISO Sensitivity A higher ISO sensitivity allows darker su bjects to be captured. Additionally, even with subjects of similar brightness, pictur es can be taken at faster shut ter speeds, and blurring cause d by camera shake and subject movement c an be reduced. • When a higher ISO sensitivity is set, ima ges may contain no[...]

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    E 69 Reference Sect ion AF Area Mode Set how the ca mera selects the focus area for autofo cus when shoot ing still images. Rotate the mode di al to A , B , C or D M d button M A , B , C , or D menu ic on M AF area mode M k bu tton Option Description a Face priority When the cam era detects a human face , it focuses on that face. See “Using Face [...]

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    E 70 Reference Sect ion B Notes About AF Area Mode • When digital zoom is in effect, the camer a focuses on the area in th e center of the frame regar dless of the AF area mode setting. • This function may not be available to use in combination with other functions ( A 44). C AF Area Mode for Movie Recording AF area mode for mo vie recording ca[...]

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    E 71 Reference Sect ion Using Subject Tracking 1 Register a subject. • Align the subject that you want to track with the border in the ce nter of the monitor and press the k button. • When the subject is regi stered, a yellow border (focus ar ea) is dis played around it and the camera begin s tracking the subject. • If the subject cannot be r[...]

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    E 72 Reference Sect ion Autofocus Mode Set how the camera focuses when shooting still images . C Autofocus Mode for Short Movie S how Mode or Movie Recordin g Autofocus mode f or short movi e show mode or movie recording can be set with Autofocus mode ( E 80) in the movie menu. M Exposure Preview Select whether or not changes in the brightness a re[...]

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    E 73 Reference Sect ion • See “Image Quality” ( E 60) and “Image Size” ( E 61) for information about Image quality and Image size . Self-Collage The Smart Portrait Menu Rotate the mode di al to F M d button M F menu icon M Self- Collage M k button Option Description Number of shots Set the number of shots that the camera automatically cap[...]

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    E 74 Reference Sect ion Blink Proof B Notes About Blink Proof This function may not b e available to use in combinati on with other functions ( A 44). Rotate th e mode dial to F M d button M F menu icon M Blink proof M k button Option Description y On The camera automatically releases the shutter twice with every shot a nd saves one image in which [...]

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    E 75 Reference Sect ion Movie Options Select the des ired movie o ption to rec ord. Select no rmal speed mo vie options to r ec o r d a t n or m al s p ee d , o r HS m o vi e o pt i o ns ( E 7 6 ) to r ec o rd i n sl o w o r fa s t motion. The movie options that can be selected vary depending on the Frame rate setting ( E 82). • Memory cards with[...]

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    E 76 Reference Sect ion HS Movie Options Recorded movies are played back in fast or slow motio n. See “Recording Movies in Slo w Motion and Fast Motion (HS Mo vie)” ( E 78). * While re cording movi es, the cam era can be s witched be tween norm al speed movie recording and slow motion or fast motion movie re cording. The maximum recording time [...]

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    E 77 Reference Sect ion C Playing Back in Slow Motion and Fast Motion When recordin g at normal sp eed: When recordin g at h HS 480/4×, or a HS 480/4×: Movies are recorded at 4 × normal speed. They are played back in slow motion at 4× slower sp eed. When recordin g at j HS 1080/0.5×, or Y HS 1080/0.5×: Movies are r ecorded at 1/2 normal speed[...]

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    E 78 Reference Sect ion Recording Movies in Slow Mo tion and Fast Motion (HS Movie) Movies recorded using HS movie can be pl ayed back in slow motion at 1/4 of the normal playback speed, or in fast motion at twice the normal playback speed. 1 Use the multi selector HI to select an HS movie optio n ( E 76) and press the k button. • After applying [...]

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    E 79 Reference Sect ion AF Area Mode Set how the camera sele cts the focus area for aut ofocus in short movie sh ow mode or when recording movies. B Notes About AF Area Mode for Movie Recording AF area mode is set to focus on the center in the foll owing situations e ven when Face prior ity is selected. • When Movie VR is set to On (hybri d) and [...]

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    E 80 Reference Sect ion Autofocus Mode Set how the ca mera focuses in short movie show mode or w hen recording movies. • When an HS movie option is selected in Movie options , the setting is fixe d at Single AF . Enter shoo ting mo de M d button M D menu icon M Autofocus mode M k button Option Description A Single AF (default setting) Focus is lo[...]

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    E 81 Reference Sect ion Movie VR Set to reduce the effects of camera shake in short mo vie show mode or when recording movies. Set this option to Off when us ing a tripod to stabilize th e camera d uring recording. • When an HS movie option is se lected in Movie options , On (hybr id) cannot be sel ected. B Notes About Movie VR The effects of cam[...]

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    E 82 Reference Sect ion Frame Rat e Select the frame rate (fiel ds per second for the inte rlaced format) use d in short movie show mode or when recording mo vies. When the frame rate se tting is switched, options that can be set in Movie options ( E 75) change. • See “Editing Images (Still Images)” ( E 26) for information about image editing[...]

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    E 83 Reference Sect ion Slide Show Play back images o ne by one in an auto mated “slide show.” When movie fi les are played back in the slide show, onl y the first frame of each m ovie is displayed. 1 Use the multi selector HI to select Start and press the k button. • The slide show begins. • To change the interval between images, select Fr[...]

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    E 84 Reference Sect ion Protect The camera prot ects selected ima ges from accide ntal deleti on. Select images to protect or cancel protection fr om the image selection sc reen ( A 53). Note that formatting the memory card or the camera’s internal memory permanently delete s all data including protected files ( E 103). Rotate Image Specify the o[...]

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    E 85 Reference Sect ion Copy (Copy Between th e Memory Card and Internal Memory) Images can be copied between a memo ry card and the internal memory. • When a memory card that contains no images is inserted and the camera is switched to playback mode, Memory contains no images. is displayed. In that case , press the d button to select Copy . 1 Us[...]

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    E 86 Reference Sect ion Sequence Display Options Select the method used to display images in the seque nce ( E 24). The setting is applied to all sequences and saved in the camera’s mem ory even if the camera is turned off. Press the c button (playback mo de) M d button M Sequence di splay options M k button Option Description Q Individual pictur[...]

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    E 87 Reference Sect ion During the map display, you cannot select Time zone and date , Format memory / Format card , Language , and Reset all in the se tup menu. Location Data Op tions Updating the A-GPS File Download the latest A-GPS file from the website below, and use it to update the file. • The A-GPS file for th[...]

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    E 88 Reference Sect ion 2 Use a card reader or other device to copy the downloaded file to the “NCFL” folder of th e memory card. • The “NC FL” fo lde r is loc ate d di re ctl y un de r the me mor y ca rd r oot di rec tor y. I f the memory ca rd does not have “NCFL” f older, create a new folder . 3 Insert the memory card containi ng t[...]

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    E 89 Reference Sect ion Calculate Distance Calculate t he linear distance from the current position to the sho oting location of the image or betwee n the shooting locations of two images. 1 Use the multi selector HI to select the desired option for calculating the distance, and press the k button. • Position now  image : Calculates the distan[...]

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    E 90 Reference Sect ion Points of Interest (POI) (Recording an d Displaying Location Name Information ) Configure the POI (points of inte rest, location name info rmation) settings. C POI Display If there is no location name information at the set display level, no information may be displayed. Press the d butt on M z menu icon M Points of int eres[...]

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    E 91 Reference Sect ion Set Clock from Satellite Signals from the po sitioning satellites are used to s et the date and time o f the camera’s inte rnal clock. Check the posi tioning statu s before set ting the clock using this option. B Notes About Set Clock from Satellite • To set the camera’s internal clock, posi tioning must have been done[...]

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    E 92 Reference Sect ion B Notes About Using the Electr onic Compass • The electronic compas s is not displayed when the came ra lens is facing upwards. • Do not use the electronic compass in this camera for mountai n climbi ng and oth er specialized application s. The displayed information is intended as a g eneral guide only. • Direction may[...]

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    E 93 Reference Sect ion Configure the Wi-Fi (wireless LAN) settings to connect the camera and a smart device. The Wi-Fi Options Menu Press the d button M q menu icon M k button Option Description Connect to smart device Select when wirelessly connec ting the camera and a smart device. See “Connecting to a Smart Device (Wi-Fi)” ( E 50) for more [...]

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    E 94 Reference Sect ion Operating the Text Input Keyboard Character Input for SSID and Password • Use the multi selecto r HIJK to sel ect alphanumeric characters. Press the k button to enter the sele cted character in the text field and move the cu rsor to the next space. • To move the cu rsor in the te xt field, select N or O on the keyboard, [...]

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    E 95 Reference Sect ion Time Zone and Date Set the camera clock. Setting the Time Zone 1 Use the multi selector HI to select Time zone and press the k button. The Setup Menu Press the d button M z menu icon M Time zone and date M k button Option Description Date and time • Select a field: Pres s the multi selector JK . • Edit the date and time:[...]

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    E 96 Reference Sect ion 2 Select w Home time zone or x Travel destination and press the k button. • The date and time displayed in the monitor changes dependi ng on whether the home time zone or travel de stination is selected. 3 Press K . 4 Use JK to select the time zone. • Press H to enable daylight saving time function, and W is displayed. P[...]

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    E 97 Reference Sect ion Monitor Settings Photo info Press the d button M z menu icon M Monitor settings M k button Option Description Photo info Set whether or not to display inform ation in the monitor. Image review Set whether or not to display the captured image is displayed immediately after shooting. • Default setting: On Brightness Adjust t[...]

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    E 98 Reference Sect ion Framing grid+auto info In add ition to the information shown in Auto info , a framing grid is displayed to help frame pictures. The framing grid is not displayed while recording movies. Same as Auto info . Movie frame+auto info In addition to the information shown in Auto info , a frame is displayed before movie recording be[...]

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    E 99 Reference Sect ion Date Stamp The shooting date and time can be stamped on images when shooting. B Notes About Date Stamp • Stamped dates form a perman ent part of image data and cannot be deleted. The date and time cannot b e stamped on images after they have been captured. • The date and time cannot be stamped in the following situations[...]

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    E 100 Reference Sect ion Photo VR Select the vibration redu ction setting used when shoo ting still images. Select Off when using a t ripod to stabiliz e the camera du ring shooting. B Notes About Photo VR • After turning on th e camera or after switching from playback mode to shooting mode, wait for the shoot ing screen to be displaye d complete[...]

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    E 101 Reference Sect ion AF Assist Digital Zoom B Notes About Digital Zoom • Digital zoom cannot be used in the following shooting modes: - Portrait , Night po rtrait , Night landscape , Backlighting (when HDR is set) , Easy panor ama , or Pet portrait scene mode - Smart portrait mo de • Digital zoom cannot be used in other shooting modes when [...]

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    E 102 Reference Sect ion Sound Settings Auto Off Set the amount of time that elapses before the camera enters standby mode ( A 15). You can select 30 s , 1 min (defaul t setting), 5 min , or 30 min . C Setting the Auto Off Function T he t i me t h a t pa s s e s b e f o re t h e ca m e r a e n t e rs s t an d b y m od e i s fi x e d in t h e fo l l[...]

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    E 103 Reference Sect ion Format Card/Forma t Memory Use this option to format a memory card or the internal me mory. Formatting the memory cards or internal memory per manently deletes all data. Data that has been deleted cannot be recovered. Make sure to save important images to a computer before formatting. Formatting a Memory Card • Insert a m[...]

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    E 104 Reference Sect ion Charge by Computer B Notes About Charging with a Computer • When connected to a computer, the camera turns on and starts charging. If the camera is turned off, charging stops. • About 4 hours and 10 minutes are required to charge a fully e xhausted battery. Charging tim e increases whe n images are transferred whil e th[...]

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    E 105 Reference Sect ion Reset All When Reset all is selected, the camer a’s settings are restored to their default values. • Some settings, such as Time zone and date or Language , are not reset. C Resetting File Numbering To reset file numbering to “0001”, delete a ll images save d on the memory card or in the internal me mory ( A 19) bef[...]

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    E 106 Reference Sect ion Refer to the table belo w if an error message is displayed. Error Messages Display Cause/Solution A Battery temperature is elevated . The camera will turn off. The camera turns off automatically. Wait until the camera or battery te mperature has cooled before resumin g use. – The camera will turn off to pr event overheati[...]

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    E 107 Reference Sect ion Cannot record movie. A time-out error occurred while saving the movie on the mem ory card. Select a memory card wi th a fa ster writ e spee d. E 45, F 19 Save previously recorded data as a time-lapse movie? The camera turn ed off while re cording time- lapse movie . • Select Yes to create a time-lapse movie with the previ[...]

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    E 108 Reference Sect ion No A-GPS file found on card. An A-GPS file that can be updated is not found on the memor y card. Check the following items: • Whether the memor y card is inser ted • Whether the A-G PS file is stored on the memor y card • Whether the A- GPS file saved on the memor y card i s more rece nt th an th e A- G PS fil e save [...]

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    E 109 Reference Sect ion Could not connect. The camera failed to establi sh the conne ction while receiving th e communication s ignals from the smart device. Select a different channel in Channel in Options in the Wi-Fi options menu and establish the wireless connection again. E 50, E 93 Wi-Fi connection terminated. The Wi-Fi conne ction is termin[...]

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    E 110 Reference Sect ion * See the docume ntation provided w ith your printer for fur ther guidance and information. Printer error: check printer st atus. After solving the problem, select Resume and press the k button to resume pri nting.* – Printer error: check paper. Load the spe cified size of paper, sel ect Resume , and press the k button to[...]

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    E 111 Reference Sect ion Images, or movies are assigned file names as fol lows. C Log Data Saved on Memory Cards The log data is saved in the “NCFL“ folder. • The file names con sist of “N“, “date (the la st two digits of the year, mo nth, and day in YYMMDD for mat)“, “identification number (0 to 9 or A to Z)“ and “extension (.l[...]

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    E 112 Reference Sect ion Availability may vary with country or region. See our we bsite or br ochures for the latest information. Optional Accessories Batte ry Cha rger Battery Charger MH-65 It takes about 2 hour and 30 minutes to charge a ful ly exhausted battery. AC Adapte r AC Adapter EH -62F (connect as shown) Make sure that the power connec to[...]

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    F 1 Caring for the Product..................... ............. ... F 2 The Camera .. ................ ............ ................ ............ ............... ............. ....... F 2 The Battery .......... ............... ............ ................ ............ ................ ............. F 3 The Charging AC Adapter ............... .......[...]

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    Technical Notes and Index F 2 Observe the precautions describe d below in addition to the warnings in “For Your Safety” ( A vii-ix) when using or storing the device. The Camera Do Not Apply Strong Impact to the Camera The product may m alfunction if subjected to strong shock or vibr ation. In addition, do not touch or apply force to the lens or[...]

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    Technical Notes and Index F 3 Notes About the Monitor • Monitors and el ectronic vie wfinders are co nstructed with extreme ly high precision; at least 99.99% of pixels are effe ctive, wi th no more than 0.01% being miss ing or defective. Hence wh ile these display s may contain pixels that are always lit (white, red, blue, or gr een) or always o[...]

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    Technical Notes and Index F 4 Using the Battery When Cold On cold days, the capacity of batteries tend s to decrease. If an exhausted battery is used at a low temperature, the camera may not turn on. Keep spare batteries in a warm place and exchange as necessary. Once warmed, a cold battery may recover some of its charge. Battery Terminals Dirt on [...]

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    Technical Notes and Index F 5 Memory Cards Precautions for Use • Use only Secure Digital memory cards. See “Ap proved Memory Cards” ( F 19) for recommen ded memory cards. • Be sure to follow the precautions descri bed in the documentation included with the memor y card. • Do not put labels or stickers on memory cards. Formatting • Do no[...]

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    Technical Notes and Index F 6 Cleaning Do not use alcohol, thinne r, or other volatile chem icals. Storage Remove the battery if the camera will not be used for an ext ended period. To prevent mold or mildew, tak e the camera out of st orage at lea st once a mon th. Turn the camera on and re lease the shutter a few ti mes before putting the camera [...]

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    F 7 Technical Notes and Index If the camera fails to function as expected, ch eck the list of common pro blems below before consulting your retaile r or Niko n-authori zed service representativ e. Power, Display, Settings Issues Troubleshooting Problem Cause/Solution A The camera is on but does not respond. • Wait for recording to end. • If the[...]

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    F 8 Technical Notes and Index The battery inserted in the camera cannot be charge d. • Confirm all connections. • When connected to a computer, the camera may not charge for any of the reasons de scribed below. - Off is selected for Charge by co mputer in the setup menu. - Batter y charging stops if th e camera is turned off. - Batter y chargin[...]

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    F 9 Technical Notes and Index Shooting Issues Screen f or setting time zone and date is displayed when the camera is turned on. The clock battery is exha usted; all settings were restored to their d efault values. 11, 12 The camera settings reset. The camera makes soun d. Depending on the Autofocus mode setting or the shooting mode, the camera may [...]

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    F 10 Technical Notes and Index Images are blurred. • Use the flash. • Increase the ISO sens itivity value. • Enable Photo VR when shooting still images. Enable Movie VR when recording movies. • Use a tripod to stabilize the camera (using the self- timer at the sam e time is more effecti ve). 16, 35 47, 49 47, 51, 54 37 Bright specks appear [...]

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    F 11 Technical Notes and Index Images are too dark (underexposed). • The flash window is blocked. • The subject i s beyond the rang e of the flash. • Adjust exposu re compensation. • Increase ISO sensitivi ty. • The subject is backlit. Raise the flash, or set the scene mode to Backlighting with HDR set to Off . 13 F 16 40, 43 47, 49 35, E[...]

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    F 12 Technical Notes and Index Playback Issues Problem Cause/Solution A File cannot be played b ack. • This camera may n ot be able to play back images saved with another make or m odel of digital camera. • This camera cannot play back movies recorded with another make or mo del of digital camera. • This camera may n ot be able to play back d[...]

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    F 13 Technical Notes and Index Location Data Functions The PictBr idge startup screen is not displaye d when the camera is connected to a printer. With some PictBridge-compatible printers, the PictBridge star tup screen may not be displayed and it may be impossible to print images when Auto is selected for Charge by computer in the setup menu. Set [...]

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    F 14 Technical Notes and Index The recorded location name is different f rom the intended one or is not displayed. The desired landm ark name may not be registered , or a different landmark nam e may be regis tered. – Unable to update the A- GPS file. • Check the following item s. - W hether the memory card is inserted - W hether the A-GPS file[...]

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    F 15 Technical Notes and Index Nikon COOLPIX S9900 Digital Camera Specific ations Type Compact digital camera Number of effective pixels 16.0 million (Image processing may reduce the number of effective pixe ls.) Image sensor 1/2.3-in. type CMOS; approx. 16.76 million total pixels Lens NIKKOR lens with 30× optical zoom Focal length 4.5–135 mm (a[...]

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    F 16 Technical Notes and Index Image size (pixels) • 16M 4608×3456 • 8M 3264×2448 • 4M 2272×1704 • 2M 1600×1200 • VGA 640×480 • 16:9 12M 4608×2592 • 1:1 3456×3456 ISO sensitivity (Standar d output sensitivity) • ISO 125–1600 • ISO 3200, 6400 (available when us ing A , B , C , or D mode) Exposure Metering mode Matrix, cent[...]

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    F 17 Technical Notes and Index Wi-Fi (Wire less LAN) Standards IEEE 802.11b/g/n (standar d wireless LAN protocol) Range (line of si ght) Approx. 10 m (10 yd) Operating frequency 2412–2462 MHz (1–11 channels) Data rates ( actual measured values) IEEE 802.11b: 5 Mbps IEEE 802.11g: 15 Mbps IEEE 802.11n: 15 Mbps Securit y OPEN/WPA2 Access protocols[...]

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    F 18 Technical Notes and Index • Unless otherwise stated, al l figures as sume a fully-charged ba ttery and an ambient temperature of 23 ±3°C (73.4 ±5.4°F) as specified by the Camera and Imaging Products Association (CIPA). 1 Batter y life ma y vary dep ending on conditi o ns of use, such as the interval between shots or the length of time th[...]

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    F 19 Technical Notes and Index Approved Memory Ca rds The following Secure Digital (SD) me mory cards have been tested and approved for use in this camera. • Memory cards with an SD Speed Class rating of 6 or faster are recommended for recording movies. When using a memory card wit h a lower Speed Class rating, movie recording may stop unexpected[...]

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    F 20 Technical Notes and Index AVC Patent Portfolio License This product is licensed under the AVC Patent Portfolio Licens e for the per sonal and non-commercial use of a consumer to (i) encode video in compliance with the AVC standard (“AVC vi deo”) and/or (ii) decode AVC video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in a personal a nd non-comm[...]

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    Technical Notes and Index F 21 The map data and location name data that are stored in this digital camera (“Data”) is provided for your personal, in ternal use only and not for resale. It is protected by copyright, and is subject to the following term s and conditions which ar e agreed to by you, on the one hand, and Nikon Corporation (“Nikon[...]

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    Technical Notes and Index F 23 Government End Users. If the Data supplied by HERE is being acqui red by or on behalf of the United States government or any other en tity seeking or applying rights similar to those customarily claim ed by the United States gove rnment, the Data is a “commercial item” a s that term is defined at 48 C.F.R. (“FAR[...]

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    F 24 Technical Notes and Index Notices related to licensed software copyright holders. • Map data and location name data for Japan • Map data and location name data except for Japan Austria:  Bundesamt für E ich- und Vermes sungswesen Belgium:  - Distribution & Copyright CIRB Croatia/Cyprus/Eston ia/Latvia/Lithuania/M oldova/Poland/S[...]

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    Technical Notes and Index F 25 Includes content of Geofo rUs, li censed in accordance with ( 3.0/legalcode ) . Includes cont ent of Comune d i Milano, licens ed under ( http://creativecommons.o rg/licenses/by/2.5/ it/leg alcode ) and updated by licensee November 1, 2013. Includes co ntent of the “Comunità [...]

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    F 26 Technical Notes and Index Sri Lanka: This product incorporates original sour ce di gital data obtained from the Survey Department of Sri Lanka  2009 Survey Depa rtment of Sri Lanka The data has been used with the permissi on of the Survey Department of Sri Lanka Israel:  Survey of Israel data source Jordan :  Royal Jordania n Geograph[...]

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    F 27 Technical Notes and Index Symbols A Auto mode ................. 13, 20, 22 y Scene mode........ ................. 23 C Aperture-priority auto mode ................... .......................... .................. 31, 3 3 B Shutter-priority auto mode ................... .......................... .................. 31, 3 3 n Short movie show mo[...]

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    F 28 Technical Notes and Index Brightness ........... .................. 54, E97 Button sound .............. ................ E102 C Calculate distance .............. ........ E89 Calendar display ....... ................... E22 Capturing still images during recording movies ................ ........ E46 Charge by computer ................... .....[...]

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    F 29 Technical Notes and Index Format internal memory ................... .......................... ..... 54, E103 Format memory ............. 54, E103 Format memory cards ................... ........................ 7, 54, E103 Formatting ................. 7, 54, E103 Frame rate................ .............. 51, E8 2 Full-frame playback ........[...]

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    F 30 Technical Notes and Index Number of exposures remaining ................... .......................... ......... 13, E 60 Number of shots ............. ............. E73 O Optical zoom ......... ........................... ...... 17 Optional accessories ............... E112 Options . .......................... ................... E93 P Paper s[...]

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    F 31 Technical Notes and Index Short movie show mode..... ............ 28 Shutter sound... ....... E73, E102 Shutter speed ........ .... 17, 31, E20 Shutter-priority auto mode ................... .......................... .................. 31, 3 3 Shutter-rel ease button .... 1, 14, 17 Single .......... ........................... .. 49, E65 Sing[...]

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    6MN52011-02 FX5B02(11) 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 written authorization from NIKON CORPORATION. © 2015 Nikon Corporation[...]