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    Printed in Singapore SB3I01(11) 6MVA6011-01 No reproduction in a ny form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles or reviews), may be made without writte n authorization from NIKO N CORPORATION. DIGIT AL CAMERA User' s Manual En[...]

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    Getting the Most from Your Camera ............ .............. ............... 3 Product Documentation ....... .............. ................. .............. .......... 6 For Your Safety.... ................. .............. ................. ............... ............ 7 Shock-, Water-, and Dust-Proofing ............ .............. ...............[...]

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    1 Taking Photos in P , S , A , and M Modes ........................................... 52 Backlighting ................................................ ........................................... 57 Easy Panorama...................................................................................... 58 Underwater Pho tography 61 Important : Precautio[...]

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    2 Menu Options 98 Playback Menu Options ................... ............... ................. ......... 98 Shooting Menu Options ..... .............. ................. ............... ......... 99 Movie Menu Option s ................ .............. .............. ............ ...... 10 0 Image Processing Menu Options.... ................. .........[...]

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    3 Getting the Most from Y our Camer a T ake photos with the shutter-r elease button . Photos can be taken in any mode by pressing the shutter- release button. S ee page 27 for more information. Shutter-release button Shoot movies with the movie-record button . Movies c an be re cord ed by pressing the movie-record but- ton i n auto ( 0 40), creativ[...]

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    4 Shoot underwater . Attach a spe cial-pu rpose water pr oof lens to take pictures at depths of up to 15 m (49 ft) for as long as 60 minutes at a time . See page 61 for more inf ormation. The camera offers the fol- lowing features that may come in handy during under water photography: • Compensate f or the blue cast in pic- tures taken und er wat[...]

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    5 Thank yo u for your purc hase of a Nikon digital camera. F or a complete guide to using your digital camera, see the Reference Manual ( 0 6). T o get the most from y our camera, please be sure to read this User’ s Manual thoroughly and keep it where it will be read by all who use the product. Came ra Sett ings The explanations in this manual a [...]

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    6 The following documentation is supplied with the camer a. The Reference Manual can be viewed using Adobe Reader or Ado be Acro bat Re ade r 5. 0 or late r , ava ila ble for f ree d ownl oa d from the Ad obe website. 1 Start the computer and inser t the reference manual CD . 2 Double - click the CD ( Nikon 1 A W1 ) icon in Computer or My Computer [...]

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    7 T o prevent damage to you r Nikon product or injury to yours elf or to others, read the following safety precautions in their entirety before using this equip- ment. Keep these s afety instruct ions where all tho se who use the product will read them. The consequence s that could result from fai lure to obser ve the precautions listed in this se [...]

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    8 A Keep out of reach of children . Fa i l ur e t o observe this pr ecaution co uld result in injury. In addition, note that small parts cons titute a choking hazard. Should a child swallo w any part of this equipment, consult a physician immediately. A Before us ing the cam era unde rwater, remov e straps in tended ex clusively f or use on land . [...]

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    9 A Observe proper precautions when handling batteries . Batteries ma y leak or explode if improperly handled. Observe the following precautions when handling batteries for use in this pr oduct: • Use only ba tteries appr ov ed for use in this equipment. • Do not short or disass emble the battery. • Be sure the product is off before replacing[...]

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    10 The product conforms to the following standards: Shock-Proofing The camera, with th e special-purp ose waterproof lens attached, has passed drop tests compliant 1 with MIL -STD -810F Method 516.5: Shoc k. 2 These in- house tests do not constitute a blanket gu ar antee of invulnerabilit y to damage or destruction. W ater- and Dust-Proofing With t[...]

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    11 The produc t is not guaranteed shoc k-, water-, or dust-pr oof if th e specia l -purpose waterpr oof lens is not attached. Before us ing this product, be sure to read the following sections, together with the instructions in “F or Y our Safety” ( 0 7–9) and in “Caring for the Camera and Battery: Cautions” ( 0 115–118). Before using t[...]

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    12 • Internal parts will be dama ged by w ater an d dust. T o prev ent wa ter entry , do not remov e the lens , open the conne ctor or battery-chamber/memory card slot co ver , or operate the lens release button or t he latch es or sec urity locks on the connect or and batt ery-chamber/memor y card slot cov ers with w et hands, when the came ra i[...]

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    13 • The product is not guaranteed waterproof if st ruck, dropped, or other wise subjected to strong pre ssure or violen t p hysical sh ocks or vibrat ion. If the product doe s suffer a fall or other phy sical shock, take it to Nikon-authorized serv ice personnel and have it tested to make sure that it is stil l waterproof . Note that a fee will [...]

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    14 Observe the following precautions when using t he location data and tr ack log feature s: • Tr ack logs : While Ye s is selected f or L ocation data > Record location data in the setu p menu, loca tion da ta will b e rec orded with all pictures t aken and the camera will continue to monitor locatio n data even while off. Radio waves produce[...]

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    15 • No par t of the manual s included with this product may be r epro- duced, transmitted, transcribed , stored in a retrieval system, or trans- lated into any language in any f orm, by any means, without Nikon ’ s prior written permission. • Nikon reser ves the right to change the specifications of the hardwar e and software described in th[...]

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    16 Notice for Cust omers in the U . S. A. Federal Communications Commission (F CC) Ra dio Frequen cy I nter ference Statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasona ble pro- tection against har mful interferen[...]

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    17 Notice Concerning Prohibitio n of Copying or R eproduction Note tha t simpl y being in po ssessio n of material that has been d igitally cop- ied or reproduced by means of a scanne r, dig ital camera, or other device may be punishable by law. • Items prohibited by la w from being copied or reproduced Do not copy or reproduce paper money , co i[...]

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    18 Disposing of Data Storage Devices Please note that deleting images or fo rmatting memory cards or other data storage devices does not completely er ase the original image data. Deleted files can sometimes be recovered from discarded stor age devices using com- mercially available software , potentially resulting in t he malicious use of per- son[...]

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    19 D Use Only Nikon Brand Accessories Only Nikon brand accessories c ertified by Nikon specifically f or use with your Nikon digital camera ar e engineer ed and proven t o operate within its operational and safety requirements. T HE USE OF NON -N IKON ACCESSOR IES CO ULD DAMAGE YOUR CAMERA AND MAY VOI D YOU R N IK ON WAR - RANTY . D Ser vicing the [...]

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    s 20 s Introduc tion Confirm that the package contains the following it ems: Memory cards are sold separately . Package C onten ts BF-N2000 body cap P A-N1000 O-ring protector Nikon 1 A W1 digital camer a (com es with WP-O2000 O-ring attached; check O-rin g for damage before use) EN-EL20 rechargeable Li-ion battery (with te rminal c ove r) MH-27 ba[...]

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    21 s T ake a few moments to familiarize yourself with camera controls and displays. Y ou may find it helpful to book mark this section an d refe r to it as you read th roug h th e res t of th e ma nua l. The Camer a Body Par t s o f th e Ca me ra 1 2 3 4 5 17 6 16 7 9 15 14 6 18 13 11 12 10 19 20 21 8 1 Movie -record button ............ 77, 79, 84 [...]

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    22 s The Camera Body ( Continued) * Camera does not su pport T A-N100 tripod mounting spacer . 3 13 19 18 15 14 45 2 1 10 9 8 11 12 6 16 17 21 22 20 7 1 Flash pop-up but ton .......... ................ 91 2 Monitor ..... .............. .............. ......... 24, 36 3 W (playback zoom out/thumbnail) button ....................... .............. ..[...]

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    23 s A The Multi Selector T o navigate the menus, press the multi selec tor up , down, left, or right ( 1 , 3 , 4 , or 2 ) as shown below . Move cursor up Select highlighted item Return to pr evious me nu Select highlighte d item or display sub-menu Move cursor do wn A Holding the C amera When framing photographs, hold the camera as shown below . H[...]

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    24 s The Monitor 4 2 1 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 31 31 30 30 29 29 28 28 17 12 13 14 18 15 16 19 32 33 34 21 27 22 23 25 24 26 20 NO ICON Battery fu lly charged or par tially discharged. H Low battery. 1 Shooting mode ...... .............. .............. . 27 2 Live image cont rol ............... .............. . 47 Creative mode . .............. .........[...]

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    25 s 1 Shown in detailed disp lay . 2 Shown in altimeter , depth gauge, he ading, and vir tual horizon display. The $ (Display) Button 35 36 37 38 42 43 39 40 41 41 35 HDR .... .............. ............... .............. ......... 57 36 Auto distor tion control .... ............... ... 99 37 S elf-timer ........ ............... .............. ...[...]

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    26 s The G Button The shooting mod e and most shooti ng, playbac k, and setup options can be accessed from the came ra menus. Press the G button to display the menu selection dialog shown below , then use the multi selector to highlight the icon for the desired menu and press J . G button Playback menu ( 0 98 ): Shooting menu ( 0 99): Adjust playba[...]

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    27 s ❚❚ Choosing a Shooting M ode Options for each mode can be displayed by highlighting the mode an d pressing 2 . Press 4 to re tur n to the s hoo tin g mode menu. T o display the shootin g mode menu, press the G button, highlight Shooting mode , and press J . Use the m ulti selector to highlight a shooting mo de and press J to select the hig[...]

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    28 s u Best moment capture mode : Select Slow view to c h o o s e t h e t i m - ing for a shot as the sc ene plays back in slow motion, or choose Smart Photo Selector to let the camera automatically pick the best shot based on motion and composition. • Slow view ( t ) • Smart Photo Selector ( y ) C Auto mode : T ake photographs using live contr[...]

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    29 s v Advanced movie mode : Choos e between HD ( 0 77) and slow- motion movies ( 0 83). • Programmed auto ( P ) • Manual ( M ) • Shutter-priority aut o ( S ) • Slow mo tion ( y ) • Aper ture -priori ty auto ( A ) A & (Feature) The options for each mode can also be dis- played by pr essing 1 ( & ) on the multi selec- tor af ter se[...]

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    30 s ❚❚ Using t he Menus 1 Select an item. 2 Selec t an option. Use the mul ti selector to navigat e the playback, shooting, movie, image pro- cessing, and setup menus. Multi selector Pre ss 1 or 3 to highlight menu items and press 2 to view options for the highlighted item. Pre ss 1 or 3 t o highlight the desired option and press J to selec t.[...]

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    31 s 1 Attach the st rap . The AN-N1000 strap supplied with the camera is exclusively f or use on land. Attach the strap securely to the t wo camera eyelets. Remove the AN-N1000 bef ore using the camer a underwater . A hand strap (available separately from third-par ty suppliers) is rec ommende d to pr even t loss wh en the came ra is used underwat[...]

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    32 s 3 Insert the batter y and a memory ca rd. Undo the battery- chamber/memor y card slot cover security lock ( q ) and unlatch ( w ) and slowly open the cover ( e ). After check ing that they are in the c orrect orientation, inser t the battery and memory card as follows: using the batt ery to keep the orange batter y latch pressed to one side, s[...]

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    33 s 4 Attach the special-purpose waterpr oof lens. The camera is used with special-purpose waterproof lenses that attach as shown below ( for information on att aching non-waterproof 1 NIKKOR lenses , see page 110). The lens generally used in this manual f o r illustrative purposes is a 1 NIKKOR A W 11–27. 5mm f/3.5–5. 6. When a ttaching the l[...]

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    34 s When placing the lens over the O-ring, be careful not to dam- age the camera or lens; do not use exc essive for ce. Mounting mark (camera) Mounting mark (lens) Align the mounting marks Place the lens over the O-ring and press it into position Rotate the lens as shown until it stops Check the lens: Remo ve any dust or other foreign ma tter from[...]

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    35 s A Detaching the W aterp roof Lenses Be s ure t he ca mera is o ff wh en re movi ng or exchang ing lenses. T o remov e the lens, press and hold the lens release button ( q ) while rotating the lens as shown ( w ) and then detach the lens from the cam- era. After removin g the lens, repl ace the lens caps and camera body cap. D Attaching and Rem[...]

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    36 s 5 T u rn the camera on. 6 Choose a language. Press the powe r switch to turn t he camera on. The power lamp will briefly light green and the monitor will t u r n o n . B e s u r e t o r e m o v e t h e l e n s cap before shooting. A Tur n i n g t h e C am e r a O f f T o turn the camera off, press the po wer switch again. The monitor will turn[...]

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    37 s 7 Set the clock. Use the multi selector and J button ( 0 22) to set the time and dat e. Note that the c amera us es a 24-hour clock. Press 4 or 2 to hi ghlight time zone and press J . Pres s 1 or 3 to highlight date format and press J . Press 1 or 3 to highligh t dayligh t saving time option and press J . Press 4 or 2 to select year , month, o[...]

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    38 s 8 Read the instruc tions on keeping your camera watertight. Once the clock is set, the camera will display a series of messages on main- taining a watertight seal, which y ou are encouraged to read before using the camera for the first time. P ress 4 or 2 to scroll through the messages. T o exit, pr ess J when the last mes - sage is dis play e[...]

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    39 s 9 Check the batter y level and memory card capacity. Check the battery level and number of exposures remaining in the moni- tor ( 0 24). Battery level Exposures rem aining[...]

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    z 40 z T aking and Vie wing Photographs The camera gives y ou a choice of auto mode f or “poin t-and- shoot ” photography that leav es the camera in charge of choos- ing settings, creativ e mode, wh ich lets you adjust settings according to your subject or cr eative intent, an d a variet y of other modes for hard -to-time shots or to capture th[...]

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    41 z 3 Ready the camera. 4 Frame the photograph. Hold the camera securely with both hands, bei ng carefu l not to obstr uct the lens, AF-assist illumin ator , or microphone . Rotate the camera as shown a t lowe r right when ta king pic- tures in “tall” (portrait) orientation. Position y our subject in the center of the frame. A Usin g a Z oom L[...]

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    42 z 5 Focus . Pr ess the shutter-release button halfway to focus. If the subject is poor ly lit, the AF-assist illuminator ( 0 21) may light to assist the focus operation. I f t h e ca m e ra i s a b l e t o f o c us , the selec ted focus area will be highlighted in green and a beep will sound (a beep may not sound if the subject is moving). I f t[...]

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    43 z 6 Shoot. Smoothly press the shutter- releas e butt on the re st of the way down t o release the shutter and r ecord the photograph. The memory card access lamp will light and the photograph will be displayed in the monitor for a few sec onds (the ph oto will automatically clear from the display wh en the shutter-releas e button is pressed half[...]

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    44 z Vi ewing Photographs T o end playback and return to shoot ing mode, press the shutter- release button halfway . Press K to dis play your mos t recent pho- tograph full frame in the monitor (full- frame playback). K button Press 4 or 2 to view additio nal pictures. T o zoom in on the curre nt picture, press X . T o view multiple pictures, pr es[...]

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    45 z Deletin g Picture s T o delete the current picture, press O . Not e that on ce delete d, pic- tures can not be rec overed . 1 Displa y the phot ograph . Display the photogra ph you wish to delete as describ ed on the preceding page. 2 Press O . 3 Delete the ph otograph. A confirmation dialog will be dis- play ed. O button Pres s O again to del[...]

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    46 z A Fac e Pr i or it y The camera detects and focuses on portrait subjects (face priority). A double ye llow bor- der will be displayed if a por trait subject is detected facing the camera (if multiple faces, up to a maximum of five , are detected, the camera will select the closest subject). Press the shutter-release button halfway to focus on [...]

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    47 z Live Image Control Live image con trols let you adjust set- tings without leaving the shooting dis- play , allowing y ou to preview ho w the changes will affect your photographs. T o view the liv e image contro ls available in auto mode, press 1 ( & ). Highlight a c on- trol and press J to select, then pr ess 1 or 3 to adjust the c ontrol [...]

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    48 z Motion cont rol : Suggest motion by blurr ing moving objects, or “freeze ” motion to capture moving objects clearly . Freeze motion Blur motion Freez e motion Blur motion Brightness co ntrol : Make pictures br ighter or darker . Brighter Darke r Brighter Darker D Live Image Control Continuous shooting is not available ( 0 87) and the built[...]

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    49 z Choose creative mode to match sett ings to the subject o r situa- tion, take photos usin g special effects, or control shutter speed and apertur e. 1 Select w mode. 2 Choose a sc ene . Choosing a Creativ e Mode Press the G button to display the menus. Select Shooting mode , then highlight w (creative mode) and press J ( 0 27). Press 1 ( & [...]

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    50 z Choosing a Mode That Matches the Subject or Situation Choose a creative mode acc ording to the subject or situation: Opti on Description Programmed auto (P) The camera sets shutter speed and aperture for opti- mal exposure ( 0 52). Recommended for snapshots and in other situations in which there is little time to adjust camera settings. Shutte[...]

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    51 z Night por trait ( o ) Capture backgr ound lighting in portraits taken at night or under low light. Each time the shutter- release button is fully pressed , the camera takes a series of shots, some with the flash and some with- out, and combines them; during processing, a mes- sage is displayed and no pictures can be taken. Raise the built-in f[...]

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    52 z T aking P hotos in P , S , A , and M Modes P , S , A , and M modes offer varying degrees of control ov er shutter speed and aperture . Choose a mo de and adju st settin gs acco rd- ing to your creative intent. ❚❚ P Programmed Auto In this mode, the camera automatically adjusts shutter speed and aper ture for optimal exposure in most situat[...]

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    53 z ❚❚ S Shutter-Priority Auto In shutter-pr iority auto, you choose the shutter speed while the camera automatically selec ts the aper ture that will produce the optimal exposure . Use slow shutter speeds to suggest motion by blurring moving subjec ts, fast shutter speeds to “freeze” motion. Choosing a Shutter Sp eed Use the X and W butto[...]

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    54 z ❚❚ A Aper ture -Priority Au to In aper ture-pr iority auto, you choose the aperture while the camera automatically selec ts the shutter speed that will produce the o ptim al exp osure. Large aper ture s (low f-nu mbers) reduc e depth of field, blurring objects behind and in front of the main subject. Small ap ertures (high f-numbers) incre[...]

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    55 z ❚❚ MM a n u a l In manua l mode, you control both shutter speed a nd aper ture. Choosing Shutt er Speed and Aperture Adjust shutter speed and aperture with refer ence to the exposure indicat or (see below). Pr ess 2 to highlight shutter speed or apertur e and use the X and W buttons to choose a value, then repeat f or the remaining item. P[...]

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    56 z A The Exposure Indicator When shutter spe eds other than “Bulb ” ar e selected, the exposur e indicator show s whether the photograph would be under- or over-exposed at current settings. Opti ma l e xp os ur e Underexposed by 1 / 3 EV Overexposed b y over 2 E V[...]

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    57 z Backlighting The method used to ca pture details in shaded areas of back-lit subjects depends on the option selec ted f or HDR in the shoot- ing men u ( 0 99). On Details in highlights and shadow s are preser ved using HDR (high dynamic range); Z appears in the display. Each time the shutter- release button is fully pre ssed, the camera takes [...]

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    58 z Easy Panora ma Follow the steps below to shoot panoramas. During shooting, the camera focuses using aut o-area AF ; face detection is not available. Exposur e compensation can be used, but the built-in flash will not fire. 1 Set focu s an d expo sure. Fr ame the star t of the pan- orama and press the shut- ter-rel ease b utton ha lfway. Guides[...]

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    59 z An example of how to pan the camera is shown below . With- out changing your position, pan the camera in a steady curve either horiz ontal ly or vertically . T ime the pan accor ding to the option selected for Image size in the shooting menu: about 15 seconds are needed to complete the pan when A Normal panorama is selected, about 30 second s [...]

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    60 z ❚❚ Viewing Panoramas Pa noramas can be viewed b y pressing J w h e n a p a n o r a m a i s displayed full frame ( 0 44). The star t of the panorama will be display ed with the smalles t dimension filling the disp lay and the camera will then scroll through the picture in the original pan direction. The following operations can be performed[...]

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    61 P P Under wa ter Photograph y With a special-purpose waterproof lens attached, the camera c a n b e u s e d a t d e p t h s o f u p t o 1 5 m ( 4 9 f t ) f o r a s l o n g a s 60 minutes at a time. Before usin g the camera under water , be sure that y ou hav e read and und erstood the instructions in this section and h ave r emoved straps intend[...]

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    62 P • Do not expo se the camera to water co lder than 0 °C (32 °F) or warmer than 40 ° C (104 °F). Do not take into hot sp rings or baths. • Do not dive into the wat er with th e camera, drop it, place it under heavy objects, or otherwise subject it to violent shocks or exc es- sive physical pr essure or for ce. The camera may deform and b[...]

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    63 P Have you inserted th e battery a nd memory card ( 0 32)? T o pr event water entry and other damage, remov e any sand , dust, hair , and foreign objects from under the c onnector and batte ry- chamber/ memory card slot c overs , and use a blower or cotton sw ab to rem ove foreign objects from inside the c amera (when using a cotton sw ab , be s[...]

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    64 P The Final Check After going through the pre-shoot ing checklist on page 62 and confirming that the special-purpose wat erproof lens is attached and the connector and battery- chamber/memor y card slot covers are closed and secure, immerse the camera in fresh water , turn it on, and test the zoom ring and camer a c ontr ols to ensu re t hat t h[...]

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    65 P Follow steps below to take pictures in “Under water ” mode. 1 T urn the camera on. 2 Select w mode . 3 Select Underwater . T aking Pictures Underwater Press the po wer switch to turn the camera on. Press the G button to display the menus, then select Shoot ing mode , highlight w (creative mode), and press J ( 0 27). Press 1 ( & ) to di[...]

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    66 P 4 Choose an option. 5 Ta k e p i c t u r e s . Highlight one of the following options and press J to select the highlighted option and return to the shooting dis- play . • 4 Stan dard : Standard processing for balanced results when shooting along the shore or in shallow water . • 5 Scub a : Vivid c olors for deeper waters. • 6 Close up :[...]

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    67 P The following features ma y come in handy when you are taking pictures underwater . Auto Distortion Control The Built-in Flash T o raise the flash for use underwater , pr ess the flash pop-up but- ton ( 0 91). Note that manual color adjustment is no t available when the flash is used with the creativ e mode Underwater option ( 0 66). Water cur[...]

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    68 P The Depth Gauge ❚❚ Viewing Depth 1 Select Recor d location data . 2 Select Ye s . 3 Select Altimeter/depth gauge . Using the depth gauge, y ou can view your depth during shooting or include the depth in the ph oto info r ecorde d when a picture is taken. Set the gauge to zero before enter ing the water ( 0 70). In the setup menu, select Lo[...]

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    69 P 4 Select Depth gauge . 5 Exit the menus. 6 Displa y the depth gauge . Hig hl ig ht Depth gauge and press J . Press the shutt er-re lease button half- way to exit the menus. Press the $ butt on to display the depth gauge ( 0 25). A The Depth Gauge The camera depth gauge is not intended as a replacement for specialized diving gauges; the depths [...]

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    70 P ❚❚ Setting the Depth Gauge t o Zero Follow the steps below to set the depth gauge t o zero . 1 Select Alt./depth c orrection . 2 Select C orrect manually . 3 Set the depth gauge to zero . In the setup menu, select Altitude/ depth options , then highlight Alt./ depth co rrect ion and press 2 . Highlig ht Corr ect manually and press 2 . Pres[...]

  • Page 73

    71 P The camera and lens should be cleaned within 60 minutes of underwater use. Lea ving the lens attached, immerse the camera in fresh water to remo ve salt and other foreign matter . F ailure to obser ve this precaution could result in damage, discoloration, corrosion, offensive odors, or vulnerability to lea ks. 1 Ready the camera. 2 Immerse the[...]

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    72 P 3 Clean the zoom ring and camera controls. Being careful not to touch the lens release button or the latches or security locks on the connector and battery- chamber/memory card slot cov ers , press the flash pop -up button to raise the built-in flash and gently move the camera s ide to sid e, then operate th e lens zoom ring and each of the r [...]

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    73 P T o prevent water falling into the camera when the cov ers are opened, hold the camera so that the co vers open down- wards. 7 Remov e the lens . The O-Ring The camera uses an O -ring to form a water tight seal. Improper handling of the O-ring can produce leaks. Check the condition of the O-ring as described below whenev er the camer a has bee[...]

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    74 P 2 Wa s h t h e O - r i n g . W ash the O -ring thoroughly in f resh water and dr y thor- oughly . Do not use benzene, thinner , alcohol, soap, neutral detergents, or other cleaning products, as these could dam- age or weaken the O-ring. 3 Insp ect t he O- rin g. 4 Insp ect t he O- rin g gu ide . 5 Grease th e O-ring . Remove any foreign matter[...]

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    75 P 6 Re -inser t the O-ring. After making sure that O-ring and guide are free of f oreign objects, place the O-ring so that it runs evenly at the same level all the way round the O- ring guide, without undue stretching and without prot ruding from the guide. D O-Ri ng s The O-ring requires pe riodic replacement. Replac e the O-ring immedi- ately [...]

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    76 P D Maintenance Observe the following pr ecautions when cleaning the camera and lens after under water use. • Never remove the lens or open the connector or battery-chamber/ memory card slot cover under wate r. B e f o r e e x c h a n g i n g l e n s e s o r opening or closing the covers , wipe off water with a soft, dry cloth and be sure the [...]

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    77 y y Recording and Vie wing Movies The camera can r ecord h igh- d efinition (HD) movies with an aspect ratio of 16 : 9 and slow-motion movies with an aspect ratio of 8 : 3. Mo vie record ing is available in the shooting modes listed below (movie r ecording is not a vailable in best moment capture and Motion Snapshot modes). Mode Movie type Descr[...]

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    78 y Record movies with sound at an aspect ratio of 16 : 9. 1 T u rn the camera on. 2 Fr ame the op ening sh ot. Record ing HD Movies Press the pow er switch to turn the camera on. Fr ame the openin g shot with your subject in the center of the display . A The 0 Ico n A 0 icon indicates that movies can not be recorded.[...]

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    79 y 3 Star t recordi ng. 4 End re cordin g. Press the m ovie-record button t o beg in r ecord ing. A reco rdin g i ndi ca- tor , the time elapsed, and the time available are displayed while record- ing is in progress. A Audio Recording Be careful not to cover the microphone and note that the built -in microphone may record sounds made by the camer[...]

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    80 y T aking Photographs During HD Movie R ecording Press the shutter-r elea se button all the way down to take a photograph without interrupting HD movie recor ding. Photo- graphs taken during movie recording have an aspect r atio of 3 : 2. A T aking Photographs During Movie Recording Up to 20 photog raphs can be taken with each movie shot. Please[...]

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    81 y Viewing Mo vies Movies are indicated by a 1 icon in full-frame playback ( 0 44). Pres s J to star t playback. The following operations can be performed: 1 icon/L ength Movie playback indic ator/ Current position/tota l length Guide Volume To Use Description Pause P ause playback. Play J Resume playback when the movie is paused or during rewind[...]

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    82 y Delet ing Mov ies T o delete the current movie , press O . A confirmation dialog will be displayed; press O again to delete the movie an d return to playback, or press K to exi t without deleting the movie . Note that once deleted, movies c an not be recovered . A See Also The Edit movie o p t i o n i n t h e p l a y b a c k m e n u c a n b e [...]

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    83 y Silent slow-motion movies with an aspect ratio of 8 : 3 can be recorde d by pres sing 1 ( & ) in advanced movie mo de and selecting y Slow mot ion . Slow-motion movies are recorded at 400 fps and play back a t about 30 fps. 1 Select v mode . 2 Select Slo w motion . Pres s 1 ( & ), then highlight Slow motion and press J . 3 Fr ame the o[...]

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    84 y 4 Focus . 5 Star t re cording. Press the mo vie- record button to begi n rec ordin g. A record ing indi ca- tor , the time elapsed, and the time available are displa yed while record- ing is in progress. The camera focuses on the subject at the center of the dis- play; face detection ( 0 46) is not available and focus and exposure can not be a[...]

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    85 y 6 End re cordin g. Press the mov ie -re cord bu tton ag ain to end recordi ng. Re cording wi ll end automatically when the maximum length is reached, the memory card is full, the lens is remov ed, or the camera becomes h ot ( 0 18). Movie-record button A Maximum Leng th Up to 3 seconds of f ootage can be r ecorded; note tha t depending on mem [...]

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    86 y D Recording Movies Flicker , banding, or distortion may be visible in the display and in the final movie under fluorescent, mercury vapor , or sodium lamps or if the camera is panned horizontally or an object moves at high speed through frame (flicker and banding can be reduced in HD movies by choosi ng a Fl ick er r edu c ti on option that ma[...]

  • Page 89

    87 t t More on Photograph y This section des cribes other f e atures you can use when taking pictures. In continuous (burst) mode, the camera takes pictures while the shutter-release button is pressed all the way down. 1 Display r elease mode o ptions. 2 Select a frame rate. 3 Compose the shot and start shooting. Con t i n u ou s M o d e Press 4 ( [...]

  • Page 90

    88 t D Continuous Mode The maximum number of shots that ca n be taken in a single burst var- ies with the release mode. At frame rates of 30 and 60 fps, the maxi- mum number of shots that can be taken in a single burst is 20. The built-in flash can be used when 5f p s is selected, but only one pic- t u r e w i l l b e t a k e n e a c h t i m e t h [...]

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    89 t The self-timer is used to delay shutter release until 10, 5, or 2 sec- onds after the shutter-release button is pressed all the way down. 1 Display r elease mode o ptions. 2 Select the desir ed self-ti mer option . 3 Mount the camera on a tripod. Mount the camera on a tripod or place the camera on a sta- ble, level surface. 4 Frame the photogr[...]

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    90 t Note that th e timer may not star t or a photograph may not be taken if the camera is unable to focus or in other situations in which the shutter can no t be released . T urning the camer a off cancels the self-timer . A Movie Mode In self-timer mode, start and stop the timer by pressing the movie- record button instead of the shutter-release [...]

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    91 t Use the built-in flash for additio nal lighting when the sub ject is poorly lit or to “fill-in ” (i lluminate) back-lit subjects. 1 Raise the flash. 2 Choose a flash mode ( 0 92). 3 T ake pict ures. The Built-in F lash Press the flash pop-up button to raise the flash. Flash pop-up button Press 3 ( N ) on the multi selector to display a lis[...]

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    92 t ❚❚ Flash Modes The options available vary with the shooting mode. • N (fill flas h) : The flash fires with every shot. • N Y (red-eye reduction) : Use f or portraits. The flash fires with every shot, but before it fires , the red-eye reduction lamp lights t o h e l p r e d u c e “ r e d - e y e . ” N o t a v a i l a b l e i n 4 (un[...]

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    93 t D Raising the Flash When using the flash, be sure it is fully raised as shown at right. Do not touch the flash dur- ing shooting. A Lowering the Built-in Flash T o s a v e p o w e r w h e n t h e f l a s h i s n o t i n u s e , press it gently downward until the latch clicks into place. Do not use force . Fa i l u r e t o observe this precau t[...]

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    94 t A Using the Built- in Flash The built-in flash can not be used with live image control ( 0 47 ) and will not fire during c ontinuous shooting at frame advance rate s faster than 5 fps ( 0 87) or when On is selected for HDR in the shooting menu ( 0 57). If the flash is fired multiple times in quick succ ession, the flash and shutter may be temp[...]

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    95 t Some operations can be per formed by keeping the C button pressed and tilting the camera left or right. Shooting: Choosing a Shooting Mode While the view through the lens is displayed, you can choose the shooting mode by pressing the C butt on, tilt ing the camer a left or right to highlight the desired mode, and releasing the button to select[...]

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    96 t Playback: Scrolling Through Pictures During playback, you can choose the pic ture displayed b y press- ing the C button, tilting the camera left or right, and releasing the button to display the selected pi cture full frame (in thu mb- nail playback, the camera will display and scroll through pictures full frame while the C button is pressed ,[...]

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    97 t Menus: Outdoor Display When menus are displayed, you can toggle the outdoor display on or off by pressing the C button, tilting the camera left or right, and releasing the button to select the current mode . Enabling the outdoor display makes the display easier to read outdoors or wh erever ambient lighting is bright by se tting the Display br[...]

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    M 98 M Menu Options ❚❚ Playback Me nu Options T o display the playback , shooting, movie, image processing , and setup menus , press the G button. F ollowing menu options are available: G button Opti on Description Delete Delete multiple image s. Slide show V iew movies and photos in a slide show . Image review Choose wh ether pic tures are dis[...]

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    99 M ❚❚ Shooting Menu Options Opti on Description Reset shooting options Reset shooting options to default values. Exposur e mode Choose how the camera sets shutt er speed and aperture in Mot ion Snapshot mode. Image quality Choose a file format and compression ratio . Image size Choose a size for new photos. Number of shots saved Choose the nu[...]

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    100 M ❚❚ Movie Menu Options ❚❚ Image Process ing Menu O ptions ❚❚ Set up Menu O ptions Opti on Descripti on Reset mo vie options Reset movie menu options to their default values. Frame rate Ch oose a frame rate for slow-motion movies ( 0 83). Movie settings Choose HD movie frame size and frame rate ( 0 78). Metering Choose how the camer[...]

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    101 M * Available only when optional WU-1b wireless mobile adapter is attached. Sound se tti ngs Choose the sounds made duri ng shooting. Auto power off Choose the auto power off delay . Shutter button AE lock Choose whether exposure locks when the shutter - release button is pr essed halfway . Control lock Disable selected cont rols . Location dat[...]

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    Q 102 Q Connecting to a Computer Install the s upplied soft ware to copy pictures to your computer for viewing and editing pictures and cr eating short movies. Before installing the software, confirm that your system meets the requiremen ts on page 103. 1 Launch the installer . Start the computer , insert the ViewNX 2/Shor t Movie Creator installer[...]

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    103 Q Syst em Requirements The system requirements f or ViewNX 2 are: Windows CPU • Photos : Intel Celer on, Pentium 4, C ore Series; 1.6 GHz or better • Movies (playback) : P entium D 3.0 GHz or better; I ntel C ore i5 or better recommended when viewing movies with a frame size of 1280 × 720 or more at a frame rate of 30 fps or above or movie[...]

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    104 Q A Motion Snapshots ViewNX 2 is require d to view Motion Snapshots saved using the File form at > NMS fil es option in the shooting menu ( 0 99). A Sup ported O peratin g Systems See the websites list ed on page 19 for the late st information on sup- ported operating systems .[...]

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    105 Q T ransferring Pic tures 1 Choose how pictures will be copied to the computer . Choose one of the following methods: • Direct USB connec tion : T urn the camera off and ensure that the memory card is inser ted in the ca mera. Unloc k ( q ), unlatch ( w ), and open ( e ) the connector cover and then connect the camera to the comput er using t[...]

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    106 Q 2 Start the N ikon T ransfer 2 component of ViewNX 2. If a message is displa yed pr ompting you t o choose a pro- gram, select Nikon T ransfer 2. 3 Click Start T ransfer . At default settings, all the pictures on the memor y card will be copied to the computer . 4 T erminate the connection. If the camera is connected to the c omputer , turn t[...]

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    107 Q Viewing Pictures Pictures are displayed in ViewNX 2 when transfer is com- plete . ❚❚ Retouching Photog raphs T o crop pi ctures and perform such tasks as adjusting shar p- ness and tone levels, click the Edit button in the toolbar . ❚❚ Printing Pic tures Click the Print butto n in the toolbar . A dialog will be dis- played, allowing y[...]

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    n 108 n T echnic al Notes Read this chap ter for information on compatible accessories, cleaning and storing the camera, and what to do if an error mes- sage is displayed or you encounter problems using the camera. At the time of writing, the foll owing acc essories were available for you r ca mera. Optio nal Ac cessories Lenses • Wat erproof 1 m[...]

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    109 n Wireless mobile adapters Wireless Mobile Adapter WU-1b : Su pports tw o-w ay com mun ic a- tion between the camera and smart devices running the Wireless Mobile Utility app. Use the Wireless Mobile Utili ty to ta ke p ict ur es r e mo te ly or d o wnl o a d ex i s t i ng pic t u re s t o t he smart device. A Optional Accessories Availability [...]

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    110 n Non-W aterproof 1 NIKK OR Lenses The supplied O-ring protec tor must be attached to the camera lens mount befo re the camera can be us ed with non-waterproof 1 NIKKOR lenses like the 1 NIKKOR VR 10–30mm f/3.5–5.6 shown in the illustrations below . Use a soft cloth to remove any foreign matter from the inside of the p rotector before use, [...]

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    111 n If the lens suppor ts vibration reduction ( VR), vibration reduc tion can be con- trolled from the camera ( 0 99). Not e that lenses with retractable lens barrel but- tons can not be used when re tracted. T o unlock and extend the lens readying the camera for use, keep the retractable lens barrel button pressed ( q ) while rotating the zoom r[...]

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    112 n A Detaching Non-Waterproof Lenses Before r emoving or exchanging lenses , turn the camera off . T o remov e the lens, pr ess and hold the lens release button ( q ) while turn- ing the lens as shown ( w ). Afte r removi ng the O-ring protector from the camera, clean any for eign matter from the O-ring and replace the le ns caps and camera body[...]

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    113 n Approv ed Mem ory Card s The following car ds hav e been tested and appro ved f or use in the camera. Cards with class 6 or faster write speeds are recom- mended for mo vie record ing. Recording may end unexpectedly when cards with slower write speeds are used. 1 Check that any card readers or other devices with which the card will be used su[...]

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    114 n Underwater Use F or information on cleaning the camera after use under water or on the seashore, see page 71. Stora ge If the camera will not be used for an extended peri od, remove the battery and store it in a c ool, dry area with the terminal co ver in place. T o prev ent mold or mildew , store the camera in a dry , well-ven tilated area. [...]

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    115 n Before using the camera, read the warnings on pa ges 7–14. Read page s 61–76 bef ore u sing the camer a under wat er . Do not drop : The product may mal- functi on if subjec ted to strong shocks or vibration. Av oid sudden changes in t emperatur e : Sudden changes in t empera ture , such as those that occur when entering or leaving a heat[...]

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    116 n Stor age : T o prevent mold or mildew , store the camera in a cool, dr y , well-v entilated ar ea. I f you are using an AC adapter , unplug the adapter to pr event fir e. If the prod- uct will not be used for an extended period, remov e the bat- tery to preven t leakage and store the camera in a plastic bag contain- ing a desiccant. Do not, h[...]

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    117 n Batteries : Batteries may leak or explode if improperly handled. Observe the following precautions when handling batteries: • Use only ba tteries ap proved for use in this equipment. • Do not expose the batter y to flame or excessiv e heat. • Keep the battery terminals clean. • T urn the product off before replacing the battery. • R[...]

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    118 n • Do not use the battery at ambient temperatures belo w 0 °C (32 ° F) or above 40 °C (104 °F); failure to observe this precaution could damage the battery or impair its performance. Capacity may be reduced and charging times may increase at battery temperatures from 0 °C (32 °F) to 10 °C (50 °F) and from 45 °C (113 °F) to 60 °C ([...]

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    119 n If the camera fails to function as expec ted, check this list of com- mon problems before consulting your retaile r or Nikon repre- sentative . Battery/Dis play Shooting (All Modes) T roubleshooting The camera is on but does not respond : • Controls a re locked ( 0 101). • The camera is bu sy . W ait for rec ording or any other processing[...]

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    120 n Movies Playback Miscellaneous Flicker or banding appears in movies or in the display : Choose a Flicker red uc- tion setting that match es the local AC pow er supply ( 0 101). No flash : See page 94. The flash will not fire whe n off ( 0 92) or when lo w- ered. Menu items are unavailable : Some options are only available in particular shootin[...]

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    121 n This section lists the error messages that appear in the display . Error Messages Message Solution (Shutter-speed or aperture display flashes) If the subjec t is too bright, low er ISO sensitivity or choose a faster shutter speed or smaller aper- ture (higher f-number). If the subjec t is too dark, raise ISO sensitivity, use the flash, or cho[...]

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    122 n This memory card cannot be used. Car d may be damaged; inser t a different c ard. • Use an approved car d. • Format the car d. I f the problem persists, the card may be damaged. Contact a Nikon-autho- rized service representativ e. • In se rt a n ew m e mo ry c ar d. Cannot create additional folders on memory card. If the cu rrent folde[...]

  • Page 125

    123 n Niko n 1 A W1 Digital Camera Specifications Ty pe Typ e Digital camera with suppor t for interchangeable lenses Lens mount Nikon waterproof 1 mount Effective angle of view Appro x. 2.7× le ns focal l ength (35 mm format equivale nt) Effective pix els 14.2 million Image sensor Image sensor 13.2 mm × 8. 8 mm CMOS sensor (Nikon CX for- mat) St[...]

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    124 n File for mat • NEF (RAW) : 12-bit, compressed • JPEG : JPEG-Baseline compliant with fine (appro x. 1:4 ) , no rmal (approx. 1 : 8) , or basic (approx. 1 : 16) compression • NEF (RAW) + JPEG : Sing le photograph recorded in both NEF (RA W ) and JPEG formats Picture Control system Stand ard, Ne utra l, Vivi d, Mon och rome, Portr ait , La[...]

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    125 n Exposur e Metering T TL metering using image sensor Metering method • Matrix • Center-wei ghted: Meters 4. 5 mm circle in center of frame • Spot : Meters 2 mm circle centered on selected focu s a rea Mode P programmed auto with flexible program; S shutter-p rior ity a uto; A apertu re-priority auto; M manual; h scene auto selector Expos[...]

  • Page 128

    126 n Flash Built-in flash Manua l pop-up Guide Number ( GN) Approx. 5/16 (m/ft, ISO 100, 20 °C/68 °F; at ISO 160, Guide Number is approx. 6.3/20.7) Control i- TTL flash control using image sensor Mode Fill flash, r ed-eye reduction, fill flash + slow sync, red-eye reduction + slow sync, rear curtain + slow sync, rear -cur tain sync, off Flash co[...]

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    127 n Monitor 7.5 cm (3-in.), approx. 921k-dot, TFT LCD with brightness adjustment Playback F ull-frame and thumbnail (4, 9, or 72 images or calendar) playbac k with playback zoom, movie and panorama playback, slide show , histogram display , auto image rotation, and rating option Interface USB Hi-Speed USB HDMI output T ype C mini-pin HDMI connect[...]

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    128 n 1 Does not apply when built-in fl ash is raised. 2 W ith special-purpose wa terproof le ns attached . 3 Using a test method derived from MIL -STD-810F Method 516.5: Shock, the product is dropped from a height of 200 cm (6.6 ft) onto a ply wood surface 5 cm (2 in.) thick. Ex terior deformation and surface damage are not tested. These in-house [...]

  • Page 131

    129 n * When attached to waterproof cameras. EN-EL20 re chargeable Li-ion battery Typ e Rechargeable lithium-ion batter y Rated capacit y 7.2 V , 1020 mAh Ope rating temp erature 0 °C–40 °C (+32 °F–104 °F) Dimensions ( W × H × D) Appro x. 30.7 × 50.0 × 1 4.0 mm (1.2 × 2.0 × 0.6 in.) Wei g h t Approx. 41 g (1 .4 oz), exclu ding term in[...]

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    130 n * When attached to waterproof cameras. Specifications subje ct to change without noti ce. Nikon will not be held li able for damages that may result from any mistakes that this manual may contain. 1 NIKKOR A W 10mm f/2.8 Lens Typ e Wa terproof 1 mount lens Focal length 10 mm Maximum a perture f/2.8 Construc tion 6 elements in 5 groups (includ[...]

  • Page 133

    131 n ❚❚ Wa terpro of 1 NIKK OR Lense s 1 NIKKOR A W 11–27.5mm f/3. 5–5.6 1 NIKK OR A W 10mm f/2.8 Zoom r ing Le ns mounting mark CPU contacts Fo ca l l e n g th m a r k Foc a l l e n g th s ca l e Len s c ap O-r ing se al Lens mounting mark CPU contacts Len s c ap O-r ing se al[...]

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    132 n W aterproof 1 NIKKOR lenses are ex clusively for Nikon 1 A W1 interchangeable lens format digital cameras. The angle of view is equivalent to a 35 mm format lens with a focal length abo ut 2.7× longer . When attached to a waterproof camera, the water-, dust-, and shock -proof 1 NIKK OR A W 11–27.5mm f/3.5–5.6 and 1 NIKKOR A W 10mm f/2.8 [...]

  • Page 135

    133 n D Using the Lens Under or N ext to W ater • Never remove th e lens u nder w ater . • When attaching and removing the lens, carefu lly inspec t the camera O-ring and the lens O-ring seal to be sure that they are free of threads, lint, hair , dust, sand, liquids, and other foreign matt er . Be sure that the camera O-ring is not protruding, [...]

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    134 n A Tra de m a rk I n f o rm a t i o n Mac OS and OS X are reg istered tr ademarks of Apple Inc. in the United States and/or other coun tries. Microsoft, Windows, and Window s Vista are either regist ered trademarks, or trademarks of Microsoft Corpora- tion in the United States and/or other c ountries. The P ictBridge logo is a trademark. The S[...]

  • Page 137

    135 n Batter y Life The number of shots or movie footage tha t can be recorded with fully-charged batteries varies wi th the condition of the battery, temperature, the interval between shots, and the length of time menus are display ed. Sample figures for EN-EL20 (1020 mAh) batteries are giv en below . • Still images: Approximately 250 shots • [...]

  • Page 138

    136 n Symbols C (Au to mode) ........................... 28, 40 w (Cre ative mode ) .................. 28, 49 u (Best mom ent captur e mode) 28 v (Adv anced movie mode) .. 29, 77 z (Motion Snapshot mode) .......... 27 P (Programme d auto) ......... 50, 52, 77 S (Shutter-priority auto) .... 50, 53, 77 A (Aperture-pri ority auto) . 50, 54, 77 M (Manu[...]

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    137 n F F ace priority ...................... ................... 46 Fill flash ........................................... ...... 92 Flash ................ ........................... ............ 91 Flash mode .......................................... 92 Flash range .......... .......................... ...... 94 Flash-ready indicat or .........[...]

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    138 n Shutter-release button .................... 42 Silicon gre ase ......................35, 75, 108 Size .............. .......................... ..... 123, 126 Slow motion ........................................ 83 Slow view ............................ ................. 28 Smart Photo Selector ....................... 28 Soft ................[...]

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    Printed in Singapore SB3I01(11) 6MVA6011-01 No reproduction in a ny form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles or reviews), may be made without writte n authorization from NIKO N CORPORATION. DIGIT AL CAMERA User' s Manual En[...]