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DIGITAL CAMERA
Reference Manual
CT2H02(11)
6MNA8611-02
Feature Highlights of the COOLPIX L610
Let your camera take over
G (Easy Auto) Mode................................................. A 36
Simply point the camera at the subject and your camera selects the appropriate scene
mode.
Spend less time changing camera settings and more time taking pictures!
Add special effects to capture truly unique shots
Special Effects Mode................................................. A 46
Brighten, darken, or soften your pictures, or keep a specific color in the image and change
the other colors to black and white.
Compose just the right shot
Target Finding AF ..................................................... A 69
Your camera can automatically detect the main subject in your pictures, and focus
automatically on that subject.
There’s no need to center the shot on your subject, allowing you to be creative with your
compositioning.
Introduction
Parts of the Camera
The Basics of Shooting and Playback
Shooting Features
Playback Features
Recording and Playing Back Movies
General Camera Setup
Reference Section
Technical Notes and Index
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Introduction
Read This First
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Nikon COOLPIX L610 digital camera. Before using the camera,
please read the information in “For Your Safety” (A vii) and familiarize yourself with the
information provided in this manual. After reading, please keep this manual handy and refer
to it to enhance your enjoyment of your new camera.
Confirming the Package Contents
In the event that any items are missing, please contact the store where you purchased the
camera.
COOLPIX L610
Digital Camera
Camera Strap
LR6/L40 (AA-size)
alkaline batteries (×2)*
Audio Video Cable
EG-CP16
ViewNX 2 CD
Reference Manual CD
• Warranty
* The included batteries are for trial use only.
• A memory card is not included with the camera.
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USB Cable UC-E6
About This Manual
Icon
Description
B
This icon indicates cautions and information that should be read before using
the camera.
C
This icon indicates notes and information that should be read before using the camera.
Introduction
If you want to start using the camera right away, see “The Basics of Shooting and Playback”
(A 13).
To learn about the parts of the camera and information that is displayed in the monitor, see
“Parts of the Camera” (A 1).
Other Information
• Symbols and Conventions
To make it easier to find the information you need, the following symbols and conventions
are used in this manual:
These icons indicate other pages containing relevant information;
A/E/F
E: “Reference Section”, F: “Technical Notes and Index.”
• SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards are referred to as “memory cards” in this manual.
• The setting at the time of purchase is referred to as the “default setting.”
• The names of menu items displayed in the camera monitor, and the names of buttons or
messages displayed on a computer monitor appear in bold.
• In this manual, images are sometimes omitted from monitor display samples so that
monitor indicators can be more clearly shown.
• Illustrations and monitor content shown in this manual may differ from the actual product.
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Information and Precautions
Life-Long Learning
Introduction
As part of Nikon’s “Life-Long Learning” commitment to ongoing product support and education,
continually updated information is available online at the following sites:
• For users in the U.S.A.: http://www.nikonusa.com/
• For users in Europe and Africa: http://www.europe-nikon.com/support/
• For users in Asia, Oceania, and the Middle East: http://www.nikon-asia.com/
Visit these sites to keep up-to-date with the latest product information, tips, answers to frequently
asked questions (FAQs), and general advice on digital imaging and photography. Additional
information may be available from the Nikon representative in your area. Visit the site below for
contact information:
http://imaging.nikon.com/
Use Only Nikon Brand Electronic Accessories
Nikon COOLPIX cameras are designed to the highest standards and include complex electronic
circuitry. Only Nikon brand electronic accessories (including battery chargers, batteries, and AC
adapters) certified by Nikon specifically for use with this Nikon digital camera are engineered and
proven to operate within the operational and safety requirements of this electronic circuitry.
THE USE OF NON-NIKON ELECTRONIC ACCESSORIES COULD DAMAGE THE CAMERA AND MAY
VOID YOUR NIKON WARRANTY.
For more information about Nikon brand accessories, contact a local authorized Nikon dealer.
Before Taking Important Pictures
Before taking pictures on important occasions (such as at weddings or before taking the camera on
a trip), take a test shot to ensure that the camera is functioning normally. Nikon will not be held liable
for damages or lost profits that may result from product malfunction.
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About the Manuals
Introduction
• 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.
• Nikon reserves the right to change the specifications of the hardware and software described in
these manuals at any time and without prior notice.
• Nikon will not be held liable for any damages resulting from the use of this product.
• While every effort was made to ensure that the information in these manuals is accurate and
complete, we would appreciate it were you to bring any errors or omissions to the attention of the
Nikon representative in your area (address provided separately).
Notice Concerning Prohibition of Copying or Reproduction
Note that simply being in possession of material that was digitally copied or reproduced by means
of a scanner, digital camera or other device may be punishable by law.
• Items prohibited by law from being copied or reproduced
Do not copy or reproduce paper money, coins, securities, government bonds or local government
bonds, even if such copies or reproductions are stamped “Sample.” The copying or reproduction of
paper money, coins, or securities which are circulated in a foreign country is prohibited. Unless the
prior permission of the government was obtained, the copying or reproduction of unused postage
stamps or post cards issued by the government is prohibited.
The copying or reproduction of stamps issued by the government and of certified documents
stipulated by law is prohibited.
• Cautions on certain copies and reproductions
The government has issued cautions on copies or reproductions of securities issued by private
companies (shares, bills, checks, gift certificates, etc.), commuter passes, or coupon tickets, except
when a minimum of necessary copies are to be provided for business use by a company. Also, do
not copy or reproduce passports issued by the government, licenses issued by public agencies and
private groups, ID cards and tickets, such as passes and meal coupons.
• Comply with copyright notices
The copying or reproduction of copyrighted creative works such as books, music, paintings,
woodcut prints, maps, drawings, movies, and photographs is governed by national and international
copyright laws. Do not use this product for the purpose of making illegal copies or to infringe
copyright laws.
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Disposing of Data Storage Devices
Introduction
vi
Please note that deleting images or formatting data storage devices such as memory cards or
built-in camera memory does not completely erase the original image data. Deleted files can
sometimes be recovered from discarded storage devices using commercially available software,
potentially resulting in the malicious use of personal image data. Ensuring the privacy of such data is
the user’s responsibility.
Before discarding a data storage device or transferring ownership to another person, erase all data
using commercial deletion software, or format the device and then completely refill it with images
containing no private information (for example, pictures of empty sky). Be sure to also replace any
pictures selected for the Select an image option in the Welcome screen setting (A 98). Care
should be taken to avoid injury or damage to property when physically destroying data storage
devices.
For Your Safety
To prevent damage to your Nikon product or injury to yourself or to others, read
the following safety precautions in their entirety before using this equipment.
Keep these safety instructions where all those who use the product will read them.
WARNINGS
Turn off in the event of
malfunction
Should you notice smoke or an
unusual smell coming from the
camera or AC adapter, unplug the AC
adapter and remove the batteries
immediately, taking care to avoid
burns. Continued operation could
result in injury. After removing or
disconnecting the power source, take
the equipment to a Nikon-authorized
service representative for inspection.
Do not disassemble
Touching the internal parts of the
camera or AC adapter could result in
injury. Repairs should be performed
only by qualified technicians. Should
the camera or AC adapter break open
Introduction
This icon marks warnings, information that should be read before using this Nikon
product, to prevent possible injury.
as the result of a fall or other accident,
take the product to a Nikon-authorized
service representative for inspection,
after unplugging the product and/or
removing the batteries.
Do not use the camera or AC
adapter in the presence of
flammable gas
Do not use electronic equipment in
the presence of flammable gas, as this
could result in explosion or fire.
Handle the camera strap with
care
Never place the strap around the neck
of an infant or child.
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Keep out of reach of children
Particular care should be taken to
prevent infants from putting the
battery or other small parts into their
mouths.
Introduction
Do not remain in contact with
the camera, battery charger,
or AC adapter for extended
periods while the devices are
on or in use
Parts of the devices become hot.
Leaving the devices in direct contact
with the skin for extended periods may
result in low-temperature burns.
Observe caution when
handling batteries
Batteries may leak or explode if
improperly handled. Observe the
following precautions when handling
batteries for use in this product:
• Before replacing the batteries, turn
the product off. If you are using an
AC adapter, be sure it is unplugged.
• Use only the batteries approved for
use in this product (A 14). Do not
combine old and new batteries or
batteries of different makes or types.
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• If Nikon rechargeable Ni-MH
batteries EN-MH2 (EN-MH2-B2 or
EN-MH2-B4) are purchased
separately, charge and use each of
them as a set. Do not combine
batteries from different pairs.
• The EN-MH2 rechargeable batteries
are for use with Nikon digital
cameras only, and are compatible
with COOLPIX L610.
• Insert batteries in the correct
orientation.
• Do not short or disassemble
batteries or attempt to remove or
break battery insulation or casing.
• Do not expose batteries to flame or
to excessive heat.
• Do not immerse in or expose to
water.
• Do not transport or store with metal
objects such as necklaces or
hairpins.
• Batteries are prone to leakage when
fully discharged. To avoid damage
to the product, be sure to remove
the batteries when no charge
remains.
•
•
•
•
Observe the following
precautions when handling
the Battery Chargers
(available separately)
Keep dry. Failure to observe this
precaution could result in fire or
electric shock.
Dust on or near the metal parts of
the plug should be removed with a
dry cloth. Continued use could
result in fire.
Do not handle the power cable or
go near the battery charger during
lightning storms. Failure to observe
this precaution could result in
electric shock.
Do not damage, modify, forcibly tug
or bend the power cable, place it
under heavy objects, or expose it to
heat or flame. Should the insulation
be damaged and the wires become
exposed, take it to a Nikon-
authorized service representative for
inspection. Failure to observe these
precautions could result in fire or
electric shock.
• Do not handle the plug or battery
charger with wet hands. Failure to
observe this precaution could result
in electric shock.
• Do not use with travel converters or
adapters designed to convert from
one voltage to another or with DCto-AC inverters. Failure to observe
this precaution could damage the
product or result in overheating or
fire.
Introduction
• Discontinue use immediately should
you notice any change in the
batteries, such as discoloration or
deformation.
• If liquid from damaged batteries
comes in contact with clothing or
skin, rinse immediately with plenty
of water.
Use appropriate cables
When connecting cables to the input
and output jacks, use only the cables
provided or sold by Nikon for the
purpose, to maintain compliance with
product regulations.
Handle moving parts with care
Be careful that your fingers or other
objects are not pinched by the lens
cover or other moving parts.
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CD-ROMs
The CD-ROMs included with this device
should not be played back on audio CD
equipment. Playing CD-ROMs on an
audio CD player could cause hearing
loss or damage the equipment.
Introduction
Observe caution when using
the flash
Using the flash close to your subject’s
eyes could cause temporary visual
impairment. Particular care should be
observed if photographing infants,
when the flash should be no less than
1 m (3 ft 4 in.) from the subject.
Do not operate the flash with
the flash window touching a
person or object
Failure to observe this precaution
could result in burns or fire.
Avoid contact with liquid
crystal
Should the monitor break, care should
be taken to avoid injury caused by
broken glass and to prevent liquid
crystal from the monitor touching the
skin or entering the eyes or mouth.
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Turn the power off when
using inside an airplane or the
hospital
Turn the power off while inside the
airplane during take off or landing.
Follow the instructions of the hospital
when using while in a hospital. The
electromagnetic waves given out by
this camera may disrupt the electronic
systems of the airplane or the
instruments of the hospital.
3D Images
Do not continuously view 3D images
recorded with this device for extended
periods, whether on a television,
monitor, or other display.
In the case of children whose visual
systems are still maturing, consult a
pediatrician or ophthalmologist prior
to use and follow their instructions.
Prolonged viewing of 3D images may
cause eye strain, nausea, or discomfort.
Cease use should any of these
symptoms occur and consult a
physician if necessary.
Notices
Notice for Customers in the
U.S.A.
Introduction
Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) Radio
Frequency Interference 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 reasonable
protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna.
• Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an
outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an
experienced radio/television
technician for help.
CAUTIONS
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be
notified that any changes or
modifications made to this device that
are not expressly approved by Nikon
Corporation may void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
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Interface Cables
Use the interface cables sold or
provided by Nikon for your equipment.
Using other interface cables may
exceed the limits of Class B Part 15 of
the FCC rules.
Introduction
Notice for customers in the State of
California
WARNING
Handling the cord on this product will
expose you to lead, a chemical known
to the State of California to cause birth
defects or other reproductive harm.
Wash hands after handling.
Nikon Inc.,
1300 Walt Whitman Road Melville,
New York 11747-3064 USA
Tel: 631-547-4200
Notice for customers in Canada
CAUTION
This Class B digital apparatus complies
with Canadian ICES-003.
ATTENTION
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B
est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
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Symbol for Separate Collection in
European Countries
This symbol indicates that
this product is to be
collected separately.
The following apply only to
users in European countries:
• This product is designated for
separate collection at an
appropriate collection point. Do not
dispose of as household waste.
• For more information, contact the
retailer or the local authorities in
charge of waste management.
This symbol on the battery
indicates that the battery is
to be collected separately.
The following apply only to
users in European countries:
• All batteries, whether marked with
this symbol or not, are designated
for separate collection at an
appropriate collection point. Do not
dispose of as household waste.
• For more information, contact the
retailer or the local authorities in
charge of waste management.
Table of Contents
Introduction ................................................... ii
Parts of the Camera ..................................... 1
The Camera Body................................................. 2
Attaching the Camera Strap............................... 4
Raising and Lowering the Flash ....................... 5
Using Menus (d Button) .............................. 6
The Monitor ........................................................... 8
Shooting Mode .......................................................... 8
Playback Mode ........................................................ 10
The Basics of Shooting and Playback ... 13
Preparation 1 Insert the Batteries ............... 14
Applicable Batteries.............................................. 14
Preparation 2 Insert a Memory Card.......... 16
Internal Memory and Memory Cards......... 17
Preparation 3 Set the Display Language,
Date, and Time................................................... 18
Step 1 Turn the Camera On........................... 22
Turning the Camera On and Off ................... 23
Step 2 Select a Shooting Mode.................... 24
Available Shooting Modes ............................... 25
Step 3 Frame a Picture .................................... 26
Using the Zoom...................................................... 27
Shooting Features ..................................... 35
G (Easy Auto) Mode ....................................... 36
Scene Mode
(Shooting Suited to Scenes).......................... 37
To View a Description of Each Scene......... 38
Characteristics of Each Scene ......................... 38
Special Effects Mode
(Applying Effects When Shooting) ............. 46
Smart Portrait Mode
(Capturing Smiling Faces).............................. 48
Using Skin Softening ............................................ 50
A (Auto) Mode ................................................. 51
Features That Can Be Set Using the Multi
Selector................................................................. 52
Available Features.................................................. 52
Using the Flash (Flash Modes)........................ 53
Using the Self-timer .............................................. 56
Using Macro Mode................................................ 58
Adjusting Brightness
(Exposure Compensation) ................................ 60
Default Settings....................................................... 61
Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the
d Button (Shooting Menu) ...................... 63
Available Shooting Menus................................ 64
Features That Cannot Be Used
Simultaneously .................................................. 65
Introduction
Read This First ....................................................... ii
Confirming the Package Contents................. ii
About This Manual .................................................. iii
Information and Precautions............................ iv
For Your Safety ................................................... vii
WARNINGS .................................................................. vii
Notices.................................................................... xi
Step 4 Focus and Shoot.................................. 28
The Shutter-release Button .............................. 29
Step 5 Play Back Images ................................. 30
Step 6 Delete Images....................................... 32
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Focusing............................................................... 67
Using Face Detection .......................................... 67
Target Finding AF................................................... 69
Focus Lock.................................................................. 71
Playback Features....................................... 73
Introduction
Playback Zoom .................................................. 74
Thumbnail Display, Calendar Display........ 75
Selecting Certain Types of Images for
Playback ............................................................... 76
Available Playback Modes ................................ 76
Switching Between Playback Modes......... 77
Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the
d Button (Playback Menu) ....................... 78
Connecting the Camera to a TV, Computer,
or Printer .............................................................. 80
Using ViewNX 2 ................................................. 82
Installing ViewNX 2 ............................................... 82
Transferring Images to the Computer ...... 85
Viewing Images....................................................... 87
Recording and Playing Back Movies.... 89
Recording Movies ............................................. 90
Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the
d Button (Movie Menu)............................... 93
Playing Back Movies ........................................ 94
General Camera Setup.............................. 97
Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the
d Button (Setup Menu) ............................. 98
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Reference Section ................................. E1
Using Easy Panorama
(Shooting and Playback) ........................... E3
Shooting with Easy Panorama ................. E3
Viewing Images Captured with Easy
Panorama .............................................................. E6
Favorite Pictures Mode.............................. E7
Adding Images to Albums.......................... E7
Playing Back Images in Albums............... E8
Removing Images from Albums ............. E9
Changing the Favorites Album Icon.... E10
Auto Sort Mode .......................................... E11
Auto Sort Mode Categories .................... E11
List by Date Mode...................................... E13
Viewing and Deleting Images Captured
Continuously (Sequence)........................ E14
Viewing Images in a Sequence............. E14
Deleting Images in a Sequence ........... E16
Editing Still Images.................................... E17
Editing Features.............................................. E17
k Quick Retouch: Enhancing Contrast and
Saturation........................................................... E19
I D-Lighting: Enhancing Brightness and
Contrast ............................................................... E20
e Skin Softening:
Softening Skin Tones................................... E21
p Filter Effects:
Applying Digital Filter Effects................. E22
g Small Picture:
Reducing the Size of an Image............. E24
a Crop: Creating a Cropped Copy .... E25
The Setup Menu ......................................... E69
Welcome Screen............................................ E69
Time Zone and Date.................................... E70
Monitor Settings ............................................ E73
Print Date (Imprinting Date and Time) ... E75
Vibration Reduction..................................... E76
Motion Detection.......................................... E77
AF Assist .............................................................. E78
Digital Zoom .................................................... E79
Sound Settings................................................ E80
Auto Off ............................................................... E81
Format Memory/Format Card............... E82
Language............................................................ E83
TV Settings ......................................................... E84
Blink Warning................................................... E85
Eye-Fi Upload................................................... E87
Reset All............................................................... E88
Battery Type...................................................... E92
Firmware Version........................................... E92
File and Folder Names.............................. E93
Optional Accessories ................................ E95
Attaching the AN-CP23 Camera Strap ... E96
Error Messages............................................ E97
Introduction
Connecting the Camera to a TV
(Viewing Images on a TV)........................ E27
Connecting the Camera to a Printer
(Direct Print)................................................. E29
Connecting the Camera to a Printer... E30
Printing Individual Images....................... E32
Printing Multiple Images .......................... E34
Editing Movies ............................................ E37
The Shooting Menu
(for A (Auto) Mode)................................. E39
Image Mode (Image Size and Quality)... E39
White Balance (Adjusting Hue) ............ E41
Continuous Shooting ................................. E44
ISO Sensitivity .................................................. E46
Color Options .................................................. E47
AF Area Mode.................................................. E48
The Smart Portrait Menu......................... E49
Skin Softening ................................................. E49
Smile Timer ....................................................... E50
Blink Proof.......................................................... E50
The Playback Menu ................................... E51
a Print Order (Creating a DPOF Print
Order).................................................................... E51
b Slide Show ................................................. E55
d Protect......................................................... E56
f Rotate Image ............................................ E58
E Voice Memo................................................ E59
h Copy (Copy Between Internal Memory
and Memory Card) ....................................... E61
C Sequence Display Options .............. E63
N Choose Key Picture .............................. E63
The Movie Menu ........................................ E64
Movie Options................................................. E64
Autofocus Mode............................................ E68
Wind Noise Reduction ............................... E68
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Technical Notes and Index.................. F1
Introduction
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Caring for the Product ................................. F2
The Camera............................................................ F2
Batteries.................................................................... F3
Memory Cards...................................................... F5
Cleaning and Storage................................... F6
Cleaning................................................................... F6
Storage ..................................................................... F7
Troubleshooting ............................................ F8
Specifications ............................................... F17
Approved Memory Cards........................... F21
Supported Standards.................................... F21
Index................................................................ F24
Parts of the Camera
The Camera Body....................................................2
Attaching the Camera Strap......................................................................4
Raising and Lowering the Flash ...............................................................5
Parts of the Camera
This chapter describes the parts of the camera and explains information that is displayed in
the monitor.
Using Menus (d Button).....................................6
The Monitor.............................................................8
Shooting Mode ..............................................................................................8
Playback Mode ............................................................................................ 10
If you want to start using the camera right away, see “The Basics of Shooting and
Playback” (A 13).
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The Camera Body
1 2
3 45 6
1
7
13
Parts of the Camera
12
8
9
Lens cover closed
11 10
2
1
Eyelets for camera strap .................................... 4
6
Microphone (stereo) .................................79, 90
7
Flash .......................................................................5, 53
8
Lens cover
2
Zoom control........................................................ 27
f : Wide-angle .............................................. 27
g : Telephoto................................................. 27
h : Thumbnail playback .......................... 75
i : Playback zoom...................................... 74
j : Help.............................................................. 38
9
Lens
3
Shutter-release button.................................... 28
4
Power switch/power-on lamp ................... 22
5
Self-timer lamp..................................................... 56
AF-assist illuminator.......................................... 98
Power connector cover (for AC adapter
10
available separately from Nikon)...... 15, E95
11 Connector cover..................................................80
12 USB/audio/video output connector.......80
13 HDMI mini connector (Type C)...................80
1
2
12
11
10
1
K (flash pop-up) control ...................... 5, 53
8
l (delete) button...............................................32
2
Flash lamp............................................................... 55
9
d button ............................... 6, 63, 78, 93, 98
3
b (e movie-record) button..................... 90
10
Battery-chamber/
memory card slot cover..........................14, 16
4
A (shooting mode) button
.........................................................36, 37, 46, 48, 51
11 Tripod socket ..................................................F19
5
c (playback) button............................... 30, 76
12 Monitor.........................................................................8
6
Multi selector
13 Speaker..............................................................79, 94
7
k (apply selection) button
Parts of the Camera
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
13
3
Attaching the Camera Strap
Pass the strap through either the left or right strap eyelet and attach the strap.
2
1
Parts of the Camera
4
Raising and Lowering the Flash
Slide the K (flash pop-up) control to raise the flash.
• Flash settings ➝ “Using the Flash (Flash Modes)” (A 53)
• Push the flash down gently to lower the flash until it clicks into place when not in use.
Parts of the Camera
5
Using Menus (d Button)
You can use the multi selector and the k button to navigate the menus.
1
Press the d button.
2
• The menu is displayed.
Press the multi selector J.
• The current tab is displayed in yellow.
Shooting menu
Tab
Parts of the Camera
Image mode
White balance
Continuous
ISO sensitivity
Color options
AF area mode
3
Press H or I to select another
tab.
• The contents of the selected tab are
displayed.
Set up
Welcome screen
Time zone and date
Monitor settings
Print date
Vibration reduc tion
Motion detec tion
AF assist
6
4
Press the k button.
• You can now select items within the
menu.
Set up
Welcome screen
Time zone and date
Monitor settings
Print date
Vibration reduc tion
Motion detec tion
AF assist
5
Press H or I to select an item
in the menu.
6
• The settings for the item you selected
are displayed.
Vibration reduction
Set up
Welcome screen
Time zone and date
Monitor settings
Print date
Vibration reduc tion
Motion detec tion
AF assist
Press H or I to select a
setting.
On
O ff
8
Press the k button.
• The setting you selected is applied.
• When you are finished using the menu,
press the d button.
Parts of the Camera
7
Press the k button.
Vibration reduction
On
O ff
C
Notes About Setting Menu Items
• Certain menu items cannot be set depending on the current shooting mode or the state of the
camera. Unavailable items are displayed in gray and cannot be selected.
• When a menu is displayed, you can switch to shooting mode by pressing the shutter-release
button, the A (shooting mode) button, or the b (e movie-record) button.
7
The Monitor
• The information that is displayed in the monitor during shooting and playback changes
depending on the camera’s settings and state of use.
By default, information is displayed when you turn on the camera and also when you
operate the camera, and disappears after a few seconds (Monitor settings (A 98) >
Photo info > Auto info).
Shooting Mode
37
Parts of the Camera
36
35 10
2
7
1
34
6
5
4
33
3
8
9
10
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10
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12
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21 Movie recording time.......................................92
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Macro mode .......................................................... 58
22 Aperture value ......................................................29
3
Zoom indicator ............................................ 27, 58
23 Shutter speed........................................................29
4
Focus indicator..................................................... 28
5
AE/AF-L indicator................................................ 44
Focus area (face detection,
pet detection) .......................................28, 43, 48
6
Flash mode............................................................. 53
25 Focus area (target finding AF).............64, 69
7
Eye-Fi indicator .................................................... 99
26 Focus area (center).....................................28, 64
8
Battery level indicator...................................... 22
27 ISO sensitivity.........................................................64
9
Vibration reduction icon ................................ 98
28 Exposure compensation value...................60
10 Print date ................................................................. 98
29 Color options.........................................................64
11 Motion detection icon .................................... 98
30 Skin softening........................................................64
12 Wind noise reduction ...................................... 93
31 White balance .......................................................64
13 “Date not set” indicator...........21, 98, E97
32 Continuous shooting mode ................43, 64
14 Travel destination indicator ......................... 98
33 Blink proof icon ....................................................64
15 Movie options (normal speed movies).... 93
34 Hand-held, tripod ...............................................40
16 Movie options (HS movies) .......................... 93
35 Self-timer indicator ............................................56
17 Image mode ..........................................64, E39
36 Smile timer..............................................................64
18 Easy panorama..................................................... 42
37 Pet portrait auto release .................................43
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Number of exposures remaining
(still images) ........................................................... 22
20 Internal memory indicator............................ 22
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Date of recording ............................................... 18
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Time of recording............................................... 18
3
Voice memo indicator.....................79, E59
4
Album icon in favorite pictures mode
...........................................................................76, E7
Easy panorama playback guide ... 42, E6
18 Sequence playback guide ............ 31, E14
Movie playback indicator...............................94
5
Category icon in auto sort mode
........................................................................76, E11
6
List by date icon ..................................76, E13
22 Filter effects icon ................................ 78, E22
7
Battery level indicator...................................... 22
23 Skin softening icon ........................... 78, E21
8
Protect icon............................................78, E56
24 3D image indicator ............................................44
9
Eye-Fi indicator ....................................99, E87
11 Cropped image icon ........................74, E25
12 Print order icon ....................................78, E51
20 Quick retouch icon ........................... 78, E19
21 D-Lighting icon ................................... 78, E20
25
Sequence display (when Individual
pictures is selected)........................ 79, E63
26 File number and type.............................. E93
Parts of the Camera
10 Small picture icon ..............................78, E24
19 Volume indicator.................................................95
13 Image mode ..........................................64, E39
14 Easy panorama........................................42, E3
15 Movie options.......................................93, E64
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(a) Current image number/
total number of images.......................... 30
(b) Movie recording time.............................. 94
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Preparation
Shooting
Step 1 Turn the Camera On..............................................................................................22
Step 2 Select a Shooting Mode.......................................................................................24
Step 3 Frame a Picture .......................................................................................................26
Step 4 Focus and Shoot.....................................................................................................28
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Preparation 1 Insert the Batteries ..................................................................................14
Preparation 2 Insert a Memory Card.............................................................................16
Preparation 3 Set the Display Language, Date, and Time.....................................18
Playback
Step 5 Play Back Images ....................................................................................................30
Step 6 Delete Images..........................................................................................................32
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Preparation 1 Insert the Batteries
1
Open the battery-chamber/memory card slot
cover.
• Before opening the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover,
hold the camera upside down to prevent the batteries from
falling out.
2
3
2
1
Insert the batteries.
• Confirm that the positive (+) and negative (–) terminals are
oriented correctly as described on the label at the entrance of
the battery chamber, and insert the batteries.
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Close the battery-chamber/memory card slot
cover.
2
Applicable Batteries
• LR6/L40 (AA-size) alkaline battery × 2 (included batteries)
• FR6/L91 (AA-size) lithium battery × 2
• EN-MH2 rechargeable Ni-MH (nickel metal hydride) battery × 2
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Removing the Batteries
• Turn the camera off and be sure that the power-on lamp and the monitor have turned off before
opening the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover.
• The camera, batteries, or memory card may be hot immediately after using the camera. Observe
caution when removing the batteries or memory card.
B
Notes About the Batteries
• Be sure to read and follow the warnings for the battery on page viii and in “Batteries” (F3) before use.
• Do not combine old and new batteries or batteries of different makes or types.
• Batteries with the following defects cannot be used:
B
Batteries with insulation that
does not cover the area around
the negative terminal
Batteries with a flat
negative terminal
Battery Type
By setting Battery type in the setup menu (A 99) to match the type of batteries inserted in the
camera, the batteries can perform more efficiently.
The default setting is the type of battery included with purchase. When any other type of battery is
used, turn the camera on and change the setting.
C
Alkaline Batteries
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Batteries with peeling
Performance of alkaline batteries may vary greatly depending on the manufacturer. Choose a
reliable brand.
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AC Power Source
• You can use the AC Adapter EH-65A (available separately; E95) to power the camera from an
electrical outlet.
• Do not, under any circumstances, use another make or model of AC adapter other than the
EH-65A. Failure to observe this precaution could result in overheating or in damage to the camera.
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Preparation 2 Insert a Memory Card
1
Turn off the camera and open the batterychamber/memory card slot cover.
• When the camera turns off, the power-on lamp and the monitor
turn off.
• Before opening the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover,
hold the camera upside down to prevent the batteries from
falling out.
2
3
2
1
Insert a memory card.
• Slide the memory card in until it clicks into place.
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Inserting a Memory Card
Inserting a memory card upside down or backwards could
damage the camera and the memory card. Be sure to check that
the memory card is in the correct orientation.
3
Close the battery-chamber/memory card slot
cover.
1
2
B
Formatting a Memory Card
• The first time you insert a memory card that has been used in another device into this camera, be
sure to format it with this camera.
• All data stored on a memory card is permanently deleted when the card is formatted.
Copy any data on the card that you wish to keep to a computer before formatting.
• To format a memory card, insert the card into the camera, press the d button, and select
Format card (E82) in the setup menu (A 98).
B
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Notes About Memory Cards
See “Memory Cards” (F5) and the documentation included with your memory card for more information.
Removing the Memory Card
Turn the camera off and be sure that the power-on lamp and the
monitor have turned off before opening the battery-chamber/
memory card slot cover.
Gently push the memory card into the camera (1) to partially eject
the card, and then remove the card (2). Do not pull it at an angle.
B
1 2
High Temperature Caution
The camera, batteries, and memory card may be hot immediately after using the camera. Observe
caution when removing the batteries or memory card.
Camera data, including images and movies, can be saved either in the camera’s internal
memory (approx. 28 MB) or on a memory card. Remove the memory card to use the internal
memory for image saving and playback.
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Preparation 3 Set the Display Language, Date, and Time
When the camera is turned on for the first time, the language-selection screen and the date
and time setting screen for the camera clock are displayed.
1
Press the power switch to turn on the camera.
• When the camera is turned on, the power-on lamp (green)
lights and then the monitor turns on (the power-on lamp
turns off when the monitor turns on).
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Press the multi selector H or I to
select the desired language and then
press the k button.
Language
Cancel
3
Press H or I to select Yes and then press the
k button.
Time zone and date
Choose time zone and
set date and time?
Yes
No
Cancel
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4
Press J or K to select your home
time zone and then press the
k button.
• Press H to enable daylight saving time.
When the daylight saving time function is
enabled, W is displayed at the top of the
monitor. Press I to disable the daylight
saving time function.
5
Press H or I to select the date format and
then press the k button.
Date format
Press H, I, J, or K to set the date and time,
and then press the k button.
Date and time
• Select an item: Press K or J (changes between D, M, Y,
hour, and minute).
• Edit the date and time: Press H or I.
• Confirm the setting: Select the minute setting and then
press the k button.
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Press H or I to select Yes and then press the
k button.
Year/Month/Day
Month/Day/Year
Day/Month/Year
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Yes
No
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Press the A button.
• The lens extends and the shooting-mode selection screen
is displayed.
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When Easy auto mode is displayed, press the
k button.
• The camera enters the shooting mode and you can take
pictures in Easy auto mode (A 24).
• To switch to another shooting mode, press the multi
selector H or I before pressing the k button.
Press this button in
shooting mode for
shooting-mode
selection menu.
Easy auto mode
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Changing the Language Setting and the Date and Time Setting
• You can change these settings using the Language (E83) and Time zone and date (E70)
settings in the z setup menu (A 98).
• You can enable and disable daylight saving time by selecting the z setup menu > Time zone
and date (E70) > Time zone. When enabled, the clock moves forward one hour; when
disabled, the clock moves back one hour. When the travel destination (x) is selected, the time
difference between the travel destination and the home time zone (w) is automatically calculated
and the date and time in the selected region are saved at the time of shooting.
• If you exit without setting the date and time, O flashes when the shooting screen is displayed. Use
the Time zone and date setting in the setup menu to set the date and time (A 98, E70).
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The Clock Battery
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Imprinting the Shooting Date in Printed Images
• Set the date and time before shooting.
• You can permanently imprint the shooting date in images as they are captured by setting Print
date (E75) in the setup menu (A 98).
• If you want the shooting date to be printed without using the Print date setting, print using the
ViewNX 2 software (A 82).
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• The camera’s clock is powered by a backup battery that is separate from the camera’s main
batteries.
• The backup battery charges when the main batteries are inserted into the camera or when the
camera is connected to an optional AC adapter, and can provide several days of backup power
after about 10 hours of charging.
• If the camera’s backup battery becomes exhausted, the date and time setting screen is displayed
when the camera is turned on. Set the date and time again. ➝ Step 3 of “Preparation 3 Set the
Display Language, Date, and Time” (A 18)
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Step 1 Turn the Camera On
1
Press the power switch.
• The lens extends and the monitor turns on.
• Slide the K (flash pop-up) control to raise the flash
(A 5).
2
Check the battery level indicator and the
number of exposures remaining.
Battery level indicator
Battery Level Indicator
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Display
Battery level high.
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Battery level low.
Prepare to replace the batteries.
Battery
exhausted.
Cannot take pictures.
Replace the batteries.
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Number of exposures
remaining
Number of Exposures Remaining
The number of pictures that can be taken is displayed.
• C is displayed when no memory card is inserted in the camera, and images are saved in the
internal memory (approx. 28 MB).
• The number of exposures remaining depends on the amount of available memory in the
internal memory or memory card, and also varies depending on the image quality and
image size (determined by the image mode setting; A 64, E40).
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Description
b
Notes About the Flash
The flash does not pop-up automatically. Raise the flash (A 5, 53) in situations where you want to
use the flash, such as in dark locations or when the subject is backlit.
Turning the Camera On and Off
• When the camera is turned on, the power-on lamp (green) lights and then the monitor
turns on (the power-on lamp turns off when the monitor turns on).
• To turn off the camera, press the power switch. When the camera turns off, the power-on
lamp and the monitor turn off.
• You can press and hold the c (playback) button to turn on the camera and switch to
playback mode. The lens does not extend.
Power Saving Function (Auto Off)
If no operations are performed for a while, the monitor turns off, the camera enters standby mode,
and the power-on lamp flashes. If no operations are performed for approx. another three minutes,
the camera turns off automatically.
While the camera is in standby mode, the monitor turns back on if you perform any of the following
operations:
➝ Press the power switch, shutter-release button, A (shooting mode) button, c (playback)
button, or b (e movie-record) button
• The time that elapses before the camera enters standby mode can be changed using the Auto off
setting in the setup menu (A 98).
• By default, the camera enters standby mode in about one minute when you are using shooting
mode or playback mode.
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Step 2 Select a Shooting Mode
1
Press the A button.
• The shooting-mode selection menu, which allows you to
select the desired shooting mode, is displayed.
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Press the multi selector H or I to
select the desired shooting mode
and then press the k button.
• G (easy auto) mode is used in this example.
• The shooting mode setting is saved when the
camera is turned off.
Easy auto mode
Available Shooting Modes
The camera automatically selects the optimum scene mode when
you frame a picture.
b Scene (A 37)
Camera settings are optimized according to the scene that you
select.
• To select a scene, first display the shooting-mode selection
menu and then press the multi selector K. Select the desired
scene by pressing H, I, J, or K, and then press the k button.
G Special effects (A 46)
Effects can be applied to images when shooting. Four different
effects are available.
• To select an effect, first display the shooting-mode selection
menu and then press the multi selector K. Select the desired
effect by pressing H, I, J, or K, and then press the k button.
F Smart portrait (A 48)
When the camera detects a smiling face, you can take a picture
automatically without pressing the shutter-release button (smile
timer). You can also use the skin softening option to smooth the
skin tones in people’s faces.
A Auto mode (A 51)
Used for general shooting. Settings can be adjusted in the shooting
menu (A 63) to suit the shooting conditions and the type of
picture you want to take.
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G Easy auto mode (A 36)
Changing Settings When Shooting
• Features That Can Be Set Using the Multi Selector ➝ A 52
- Using the flash ➝ A 53
- Using the self-timer ➝ A 56
- Using macro mode ➝ A 58
- Adjusting brightness (exposure compensation) ➝ A 60
• Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the d Button (Shooting Menu) ➝ A 63
• Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the d Button (Setup Menu) ➝ A 98
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Step 3 Frame a Picture
1
Hold the camera steady.
• Keep fingers, hair, the camera strap, and other objects away
from the lens, flash, AF-assist illuminator, and microphone.
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Frame the picture.
Shooting mode icon
• Aim the camera at the desired subject.
• When the camera determines the scene mode, the
shooting mode icon changes (A 36).
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Easy Auto Mode
• Depending upon shooting conditions, the camera may not select the desired scene mode. In this
case, select another shooting mode (A 37, 46, 48, 51).
• When the digital zoom is in effect, the scene mode changes to U.
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When Using a Tripod
• We recommend using a tripod to stabilize the camera in the following situations:
- When shooting in dark conditions with the flash lowered, or when shooting in dark conditions
using a shooting mode in which the flash does not fire
- When zooming in on the subject
• Set Vibration reduction to Off in the setup menu (A 98) when using a tripod.
Using the Zoom
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Rotate the zoom control to activate optical zoom.
Zoom out
Zoom in
• To zoom in closer to the subject, rotate the zoom
control to g (telephoto).
• To zoom out and view a larger area, rotate the zoom
control to f (wide-angle).
When you turn the camera on, the zoom moves to the
maximum wide-angle position.
• The zoom operates quickly when you rotate the zoom
control fully, and operates slowly when you rotate the
zoom control partially (except when recording movies).
• A zoom indicator is displayed at the top of the monitor
when the zoom control is rotated.
Optical zoom Digital zoom
• If you rotate the zoom control to g when the camera is
zoomed in to the maximum optical zoom position, you
can use the digital zoom to magnify the image by up to 2×.
Digital Zoom and Interpolation
When using the digital zoom, image quality deteriorates when zooming
in past V in the zoom indicator.
The position of V is more to the right when shooting smaller images;
therefore, when the image size is smaller (as determined by the image
mode setting; A 64, E39), more digital zoom can be applied without
image quality deterioration.
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Step 4 Focus and Shoot
1
Press the shutter-release button halfway
(A 29).
• When a face is detected:
The camera focuses on the face framed by the yellow
double border (focus area). When the subject is in focus,
the double border glows green.
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• When you are using digital zoom, the camera focuses on the subject in the center of the
frame and the focus area is not displayed. When the camera has focused, the focus indicator
(A 8) glows green.
• While the shutter-release button is pressed halfway, the focus area or focus indicator may
flash in red. This indicates that the camera is unable to focus. Modify the composition and
then press the shutter-release button halfway again.
2
Press the shutter-release button the rest of
the way down (A 29).
• The shutter is released and the image is saved.
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• When no faces are detected:
The camera focuses on the subject in the center of the
frame. When the camera has focused, the focus area glows
green.
The Shutter-release Button
Press halfway
To set focus and exposure (shutter speed and aperture value),
press the shutter-release button halfway, stopping when you feel
resistance. Focus and exposure remain locked while the shutterrelease button is pressed halfway.
Press all the way
While pressing the shutter-release button halfway, press the
shutter-release button the rest of the way down to release the
shutter and take a picture.
Do not use force when pressing the shutter-release button, as this
may result in camera shake and blurred images. Press the button
gently.
Notes About Saving Data
After taking pictures or recording a movie, the number of exposures remaining or the remaining
recording time flashes while images or movies are being saved. Do not open the batterychamber/memory card slot cover. Image and movie data could be lost and the camera or memory
card could be damaged.
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Notes About Focus
Subjects Not Suitable for Autofocus ➝ A 72
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AF-assist Illuminator and Flash
If the subject is dimly lit, the AF-assist illuminator (A 98) may light when the shutter-release button
is pressed halfway, and the flash (A 53) may fire when the shutter-release button is pressed all the
way down.
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To Make Sure You Do Not Miss a Shot
If you are concerned that you might miss a shot, press the shutter-release button all the way without
first pressing it halfway.
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Step 5 Play Back Images
1
Press the c (playback) button.
• The camera switches to playback mode and the last
image saved is displayed in full-frame playback mode.
c (playback)
button
2
Use the multi selector to select an image to
display.
Displays the previous image
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• Display the previous image: H or J
• Display the next image: I or K
Displays the next image
• Remove the memory card from the camera to play back
images saved in the camera’s internal memory. C is
displayed near the current image number/total number of
images.
• To return to shooting mode, press the A button, the
shutter-release button, or the b (e movie-record)
button.
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Viewing Images
• Images may be displayed briefly at low resolution immediately after switching to the previous
image or next image.
• When you play back images in which the face of a person (A 67) or pet (A 43) was detected at
the time of shooting, depending on the orientation of the detected face, the images are
automatically rotated for playback display.
• Each series of images captured using continuous shooting is saved in a sequence, and by default,
only the first image in the sequence (key picture) is displayed to represent them (A 79). Press the
k button to display them as individual images. Press H to return to the key picture only display.
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More Information
Playback Zoom ➝ A 74
Thumbnail Display, Calendar Display ➝ A 75
Selecting Certain Types of Images for Playback ➝ A 76
Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the d Button (Playback Menu) ➝ A 78
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Step 6 Delete Images
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1
Press the l button to delete the image
currently displayed in the monitor.
2
Press the multi selector H or I to select the
desired deletion method and then press the
k button.
• Current image: Only the current image is deleted.
• Erase selected images: Multiple images can be selected
and deleted (A 33).
• All images: All images are deleted.
• To exit without deleting, press the d button.
3
Press H or I to select Yes and then press the
k button.
• Deleted images cannot be recovered.
• To cancel, press H or I to select No and then press the
k button.
Delete
Current image
Erase selec ted images
All images
Erase 1 image?
Yes
No
Operating the Erase Selected Images Screen
1
Press the multi selector J or K to select an
image to be deleted, and then press H to
display y.
Erase selec ted images
• To undo the selection, press I to remove y.
• Rotate the zoom control (A 2) to g (i) to switch back to
full-frame playback or f (h) to display thumbnails.
2
Back
ON/OFF
Add y to all images that you want to delete and then press the
k button to confirm the selection.
• A confirmation dialog is displayed. Follow the instructions displayed in the monitor.
Notes About Deletion
• Deleted images cannot be recovered. Copy important images to a computer before deleting
them from the camera.
• Protected images (A 78) cannot be deleted.
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Deleting Images in a Sequence
• If you press the l button and delete a key picture while only key pictures are displayed for
sequences of images (A 30), all images in the sequence, including the key picture, are deleted.
• To delete individual images in a sequence, press the k button to display them one at a time and
then press the l button.
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Deleting the Last Image Captured While in Shooting Mode
When using shooting mode, press the l button to delete the last image that was saved.
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Selecting Certain Types of Images for Deletion
When using favorite pictures mode, auto sort mode, or list by date mode (A 76), you can select
images registered as favorites, images in a certain category, or images captured on a specific date for
deletion.
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Shooting Features
This chapter describes the camera’s shooting modes and the features that are available when
using each shooting mode.
You can adjust settings according to the shooting conditions and the kind of pictures you
want to take.
Shooting Features
G (Easy Auto) Mode............................................ 36
Scene Mode (Shooting Suited to Scenes) .......... 37
Special Effects Mode (Applying Effects When Shooting)... 46
Smart Portrait Mode (Capturing Smiling Faces) ... 48
A (Auto) Mode .................................................... 51
Features That Can Be Set Using the Multi Selector .... 52
Using the Flash (Flash Modes) ............................................................... 53
Using the Self-timer................................................................................... 56
Using Macro Mode..................................................................................... 58
Adjusting Brightness (Exposure Compensation)............................ 60
Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the d Button (Shooting Menu) ... 63
Features That Cannot Be Used Simultaneously..... 65
Focusing ............................................................... 67
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G (Easy Auto) Mode
The camera automatically selects the optimum scene mode when you frame a picture.
Enter shooting mode M A (shooting mode) button M G (easy auto) mode M k button
Automatic Scene Selection
The camera automatically selects one of the following scenes when you point the camera at a
subject:
• e Portrait
• f Landscape
• h Night portrait
• g Night landscape
• i Close-up
• j Backlighting
• U Other scenes
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Changing G (Easy Auto) Mode Settings
• Depending on the scene selected by the camera, you can press the multi selector J (n)
or K (o) to set the corresponding features. ➝ “Features That Can Be Set Using the Multi
Selector” (A 52), “Default Settings” (A 61)
• Features that can be set by pressing the d button ➝ Image mode (image size and
quality; A 64, E39)
Scene Mode (Shooting Suited to Scenes)
When one of the following scenes is selected, camera settings are automatically optimized for
the selected scene.
Enter shooting mode M A (shooting mode) button M b (second icon from the top*) M
K M H, I, J, K M select a scene M k button
* The last icon you selected is displayed.
c Landscape
(A 38)
d Sports
(A 38)
e Night portrait
(A 39)
f Party/indoor
(A 39)
Z Beach
(A 39)
z Snow
(A 39)
h Sunset
(A 39)
i Dusk/dawn
(A 39)
j Night landscape
(A 40)
k Close-up
(A 40)
u Food
(A 41)
l Museum
(A 41)
m Fireworks show
(A 41)
n Black and white copy o Backlighting
(A 41)
(A 42)
p Easy panorama
(A 42)
O Pet portrait
(A 43)
s 3D photography
(A 44)
Shooting Features
b Portrait
(default setting;
A 38)
Changing Scene Mode Settings
• Depending on the scene, the multi selector H (X), I (p), J (n), or K (o) can be used
to set the corresponding features. ➝ “Features That Can Be Set Using the Multi Selector”
(A 52), “Default Settings” (A 61)
• Features that can be set by pressing the d button ➝ Image mode (image size and
quality; A 64, E39)
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To View a Description of Each Scene
Select the desired scene from the scene selection screen and
rotate the zoom control (A 2) to g (j) to view a description
of that scene. To return to the original screen, rotate the zoom
control to g (j) again.
Easy panorama
Characteristics of Each Scene
b Portrait
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•
Shooting Features
When the camera detects a person’s face, it focuses on that face (A 67).
The skin softening feature makes the skin tones in people’s faces appear smoother (A 50).
If no faces are detected, the camera focuses on the subject in the center of the frame.
Digital zoom cannot be used.
The camera focuses even when the shutter-release button is not pressed halfway. You may hear
the sound of the camera focusing.
c Landscape
• The focus area or focus indicator (A 9) always glows green when the shutter-release button is
pressed halfway.
d Sports
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame.
• If you continue to hold the shutter-release button all the way down, up to about 4 images are
captured continuously at a rate of about 1.9 fps (when Image mode is set to P).
• The camera focuses even when the shutter-release button is not pressed halfway. You may hear
the sound of the camera focusing.
• Focus, exposure, and hue are fixed at the values determined with the first image in each series.
• The frame rate with continuous shooting may vary depending upon the current image mode
setting, the memory card used, or shooting condition.
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O: Shutter speed is reduced when using scene modes indicated with O; therefore, the use of a
tripod is recommended. Set Vibration reduction to Off in the setup menu (A 98) when
shooting using a tripod to stabilize the camera.
e Night portrait
•
•
•
•
•
O
The flash always fires. Raise the flash before shooting.
When the camera detects a person’s face, it focuses on that face (A 67).
The skin softening feature makes the skin tones in people’s faces appear smoother (A 50).
If no faces are detected, the camera focuses on the subject in the center of the frame.
Digital zoom cannot be used.
f Party/indoor
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame.
• As images are easily affected by camera shake, hold the camera steadily. Set Vibration
reduction to Off in the setup menu (A 98) when shooting using a tripod to stabilize the
camera.
Z Beach
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame.
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame.
h Sunset
O
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame.
i Dusk/dawn
O
Shooting Features
z Snow
• The focus area or focus indicator (A 9) always glows green when the shutter-release button is
pressed halfway.
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j Night landscape
Shooting Features
40
• After you select j Night landscape, select Y Hand-held or Z Tripod on the next screen.
• Y Hand-held (default setting): Select this option to produce shots with reduced blurring and
noise even when the camera is hand-held.
- When the j icon in the upper left of the monitor lights in green, press the shutter-release
button all the way to capture a series of images that will be combined and saved as a single
image.
- Once the shutter-release button is pressed all the way, hold the camera still until the
captured image is displayed. After taking a picture, do not turn the camera off before the
monitor switches to the shooting screen.
- The angle of view (i.e., the area visible in the frame) seen in the saved image is narrower than
that seen in the monitor at the time of shooting.
• Z Tripod: Select this option when using a tripod or other means to stabilize the camera when
shooting.
- Vibration reduction is not used even if Vibration reduction (A 98) in the setup menu is
set to On.
- One image is captured at a slow shutter speed when the shutter-release button is pressed all
the way.
• The focus area or focus indicator (A 9) always glows green when the shutter-release button is
pressed halfway.
• Digital zoom cannot be used.
k Close-up
• Macro mode (A 58) is enabled and the camera automatically zooms to the closest position at
which it can shoot.
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame. Use focus lock to frame the picture
on an object not in the center of the frame (A 71).
• The camera focuses even when the shutter-release button is not pressed halfway. You may hear
the sound of the camera focusing.
O: Shutter speed is reduced when using scene modes indicated with O; therefore, the use of a
tripod is recommended. Set Vibration reduction to Off in the setup menu (A 98) when
shooting using a tripod to stabilize the camera.
u Food
• Macro mode (A 58) is enabled and the camera automatically zooms to the closest position at
which it can shoot.
• You can adjust hue by pressing the multi selector H or I. The
hue setting is saved in the camera’s memory even after the
camera is turned off.
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame. Use
focus lock to frame the picture on an object not in the center of
the frame (A 71).
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• The camera focuses even when the shutter-release button is
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not pressed halfway. You may hear the sound of the camera
focusing.
l Museum
m Fireworks show
•
•
•
•
O
Shutter speed is fixed at 4 seconds.
The camera focuses at infinity.
When the shutter-release button is pressed halfway, the focus indicator (A 9) always glows green.
There are six positions available when using the optical zoom,
as shown on the right.
Shooting Features
• The flash does not fire.
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame.
• The camera captures a series of up to 10 images while the shutter-release button is held all the
way down, and the sharpest image in the series is automatically selected and saved (best shot
selector).
n Black and white copy
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame.
• Use together with macro mode (A 58) when shooting subjects that are close to the camera.
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o Backlighting
• The flash always fires. Raise the flash before shooting.
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame.
p Easy panorama
• You can take a panorama picture simply by moving the camera in the desired direction.
• After you select p Easy panorama, select the shooting range from Normal (180°) or Wide
(360°) on the next screen.
• Press the shutter-release button all the way down, remove your finger from the button, and
then slowly pan the camera horizontally. Shooting automatically ends when the camera
captures the specified shooting range.
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame when shooting starts.
• The zoom position is fixed at the maximum wide-angle position.
• If you press the k button when an image captured using easy panorama is displayed in fullframe playback mode, the image scrolls automatically.
➝ “Using Easy Panorama (Shooting and Playback)” (E3)
Shooting Features
B
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Notes About Printing Panorama Images
When printing panorama images, the entire image may not be able to be printed depending on the
printer’s settings. Additionally, printing may not be possible depending on the printer.
See the documentation provided with the printer or consult a digital photo lab for details.
O Pet portrait
• When you aim the camera at the face of a dog or cat, the camera can detect the face and focus
on it. By default, the camera automatically releases the shutter once it has focused (pet portrait
auto release).
• After you select O Pet portrait, select Single or Continuous on the next screen.
- Single: Images are captured one at a time.
- Continuous: The camera captures 3 images continuously when it has focused on the
detected face. If you want to shoot manually, the camera captures about 4 images while you
hold the shutter-release button all the way down. Images are captured continuously at a rate
of about 1.9 fps (when Image mode is set to P 4608×3456).
Pet Portrait Auto Release
B
Focus Area
• To change Pet portrait auto release settings, press the multi selector J (n).
- Y: When the camera detects a pet’s face, it focuses and then releases the shutter automatically.
- OFF: The camera does not release the shutter automatically, even if a pet’s face is detected.
Press the shutter-release button to release the shutter. The camera also detects people’s faces
(A 67).
If the camera detects a person’s face and a pet’s face in the same shot, it focuses on the pet’s face.
• Pet portrait auto release turns off automatically when:
- Five bursts have been taken.
- Internal memory or the memory card is full.
To continue shooting with Pet portrait auto release, press the multi selector J (n) to set again.
• When the camera detects a face, a yellow double border (focus
area) is displayed around the face, and the double border turns
green when the camera has focused.
• When the camera detects more than one dog or cat face (up to
five can be detected), the face displayed largest in the monitor is
framed by a double border and the others by single borders.
• If no pets’ or people’s faces are detected, the camera focuses on
the subject in the center of the frame.
B
Shooting Features
B
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Notes About Pet Portrait
• Digital zoom cannot be used.
• Depending on the distance of the subject from the camera, the speed of the subject’s movement,
the direction that the subject is facing, the ambient brightness of the face, etc., pet faces may not
be detected or other subjects may be framed by a border.
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s 3D photography
• The camera captures one image for each eye to simulate a 3D image on a 3D-compatible TV or
monitor.
• After taking the first picture by pressing the shutter-release
button, move the camera horizontally to the right so that the
subject is aligned with the guide on the monitor.
The camera automatically captures the second image when it
detects that the subject is aligned with the guide.
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame for
the first shot.
Cancel
• The focus, exposure, and white balance are locked after the
first shot, and R is displayed on the monitor.
Guide
• The angle of view (i.e., the area visible in the frame) seen in the
saved image is narrower than that seen in the monitor at the
time of shooting.
• Images captured in this mode are saved at an image size of n (1920×1080).
• The two captured images are saved as a 3D image (MPO file). The first image (the left eye
image) is also saved as a JPEG file.
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B
Notes About Capturing 3D Images
• Moving subjects are not suited to 3D photography.
• 3D images have a less pronounced 3D feel as the distance between the camera and subject is
increased.
• 3D images may have a less pronounced 3D feel when the subject is dark or when the second
image is not aligned precisely.
• Images captured under dim lighting may appear grainy with noise.
• The telephoto zoom position is limited to the angle of view equivalent to that of up to a 134 mm
lens in 35mm [135] format.
• If you press the k button after capturing the first image, or if the camera does not detect that the
subject is aligned with the guide within 10 seconds, shooting is canceled.
• If the camera does not capture the second image and cancels the shooting even when you align
the guide with the subject, try manual shooting using the shutter-release button.
• Movies cannot be recorded in 3D.
B
Playing Back 3D Images
• 3D images cannot be played back in 3D on the camera monitor. Only the left eye image of a 3D
image is displayed during playback.
• To view 3D images in 3D, a 3D-compatible TV or monitor is required. Use a 3D-compatible HDMI
cable to connect the camera and these devices (A 80) for 3D viewing.
• When connecting the camera using an HDMI cable, set TV settings in the setup menu (A 99) as
follows:
- HDMI: Set to Auto (default setting) or 1080i.
- HDMI 3D output: Set to On (default setting).
• When the camera is connected via HDMI and images are played back, it may take a while to
display images when switching between 3D images and non-3D images. Playback zoom is not
possible while images are played back in 3D.
• Refer to the documentation included with the TV or monitor for details on how to make the
settings.
B
Notes About Viewing 3D Images
Shooting Features
When viewing 3D images on a 3D-compatible TV or monitor for an extended period of time, you
may experience discomfort such as eye strain or nausea. Carefully read the documentation included
with your TV or monitor to ensure proper use.
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Special Effects Mode (Applying Effects When Shooting)
Effects can be applied to images when shooting.
Enter shooting mode M A (shooting mode) button M G (third icon from the top*) M
K M H, I, J, K M select an effect M k button
* The last icon you selected is displayed.
The following four effects are available.
Selec tive color
Category
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Description
G High key
(default setting)
Gives the entire image a bright tone.
H Low key
Gives the entire image a dark tone.
D Soft
Softens the image by adding a slight blur to the entire image.
I Selective color
Creates a black and white image in which only the specified color remains.
• The camera focuses on the area in the center of the frame.
• When Selective color is selected, press the multi selector
H or I to select the desired color from the slider.
To change settings for any of the following functions, first
press the k button to cancel color selection, then change
the settings as desired.
- Flash mode (A 53)
- Self-timer (A 56)
- Macro mode (A 58)
Slider
- Exposure compensation (A 60)
To return to the color selection screen, press the k button again.
Save
Changing Special Effects Mode Settings
• Features that can be set using the multi selector (A 52) ➝ Flash mode (A 53), self-timer
(A 56), macro mode (A 58), and exposure compensation (A 60)
• Features that can be set by pressing the d button ➝ Image mode (image size and
quality; A 64, E39).
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Smart Portrait Mode (Capturing Smiling Faces)
When the camera detects a smiling face, you can take a picture automatically without
pressing the shutter-release button (smile timer). You can use the skin softening option to
smooth the skin tones in people’s faces.
Enter shooting mode M A (shooting mode) button M F Smart portrait mode M k button
1
Frame the picture.
• Raise the flash when using it (A 5).
• “Using Face Detection” (A 67)
2
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Wait for the subject to smile. Do not press the shutter-release button.
• If the camera detects that the face framed by the double border is smiling, it automatically
releases the shutter (Smile timer; A 64).
• After the camera releases the shutter, it continues to detect faces and smiles, and releases
the shutter again if it detects a smiling face.
3
Shooting ends.
• To cancel smile detection and stop shooting, perform any of the following operations:
- Turn the camera off.
- Set Smile timer (A 64, E50) to Off.
- Press the A button and select a different shooting mode.
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Notes About Smart Portrait Mode
• Digital zoom cannot be used.
• Under some shooting conditions, the camera may be unable to detect faces or detect smiles.
• “Using Face Detection” ➝ A 67
C
Auto Off When Using Smile Timer
When Smile timer is set to On, the auto off function (A 98) is activated and the camera turns off
when either of the situations indicated below persists and no other operations are performed.
• The camera does not detect any faces.
• The camera detected a face, but cannot detect a smile.
C
When the Self-timer Lamp Flashes
When using smile timer, the self-timer lamp flashes when the camera detects a face and flashes
quickly immediately after the shutter is released.
C
Releasing the Shutter Manually
Changing Smart Portrait Mode Settings
• Features that can be set using the multi selector (A 52) ➝ Flash mode (A 53), self-timer
(A 56), and exposure compensation (A 60)
• Features that can be set by pressing the d button ➝ Features That Can Be Set by
Pressing the d Button (Shooting Menu) (A 63)
B
Shooting Features
The shutter can also be released by pressing the shutter-release button. If no faces are detected, the
camera focuses on the subject in the center of the frame.
Features That Cannot Be Used Simultaneously
Some settings cannot be used with other functions (A 65).
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Using Skin Softening
When the shutter is released in one of the following shooting modes, the camera detects one
or more person’s faces (up to three), and processes the image to soften facial skin tones.
• Portrait or Night portrait in G (easy auto) mode (A 36)
• Portrait (A 38) or Night portrait (A 39) in scene mode
• Smart portrait mode (A 48)
Skin softening can also be applied to saved images (A 78, E21).
Shooting Features
B
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Notes About Skin Softening
• It may take more time than usual to save images after shooting.
• Under some shooting conditions, the desired skin softening results may not be achieved, or skin
softening may be applied to areas of the image where there are no faces.
A (Auto) Mode
Used for general shooting. Settings can be adjusted in the shooting menu (A 63) to suit the
shooting conditions and the type of picture you want to take.
Enter shooting mode M A (shooting mode) button M A (auto) mode M k button
• You can change how the camera selects the area of the frame to focus on by changing the
AF area mode setting (A 64). The default setting is Target finding AF.
When the camera detects the main subject, it focuses on that subject.
The camera has nine focus areas, and if the camera does not detect the main subject, it
automatically selects the focus area containing the subject closest to the camera.
➝ “Target Finding AF” (A 69)
Changing A (Auto) Mode Settings
B
Shooting Features
• Features that can be set using the multi selector (A 52) ➝ Flash mode (A 53), self-timer
(A 56), macro mode (A 58), and exposure compensation (A 60)
• Features that can be set by pressing the d button ➝ Features That Can Be Set by
Pressing the d Button (Shooting Menu) (A 63)
Features That Cannot Be Used Simultaneously
Some settings cannot be used with other functions (A 65).
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Features That Can Be Set Using the Multi Selector
When shooting, the multi selector H, I, J, and K can be used to set the following features.
X (flash mode)
n (self-timer),
pet portrait auto release
o (exposure compensation)
p (macro mode)
Available Features
Shooting Features
The features that are available vary with the shooting mode, as shown below.
• See “Default Settings” (A 61) for information about each mode’s default settings.
G (easy
auto)
X
Flash mode1 (A 53)
n Self-timer (A 56)
Pet portrait auto release (A 43)
p Macro (A 58)
o Exposure compensation (A 60)
1
2
3
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Scene
Special
effects
Smart
portrait
A (auto)
–
w
w3
w
w
w
w3
w
–
–
–
–
w
–
w
w
w
w
w
–
2
Can be set when the flash is raised. The flash does not fire while it is lowered.
Varies by the scene. ➝ “Default Settings” (A 61)
Varies by the smart portrait menu setting. ➝ “Default Settings” (A 61)
Using the Flash (Flash Modes)
In dark locations or when the subject is backlit, you can take pictures with the flash by raising
the flash.
When using A (auto) mode and other shooting modes, you can set the flash mode.
1
Slide the K (flash pop-up) control.
• The flash pops up.
• The flash does not fire while it is lowered. W is displayed to indicate that the flash does not
fire.
Press the multi selector H (m flash mode).
3
Press H or I to select the desired mode and
then press the k button.
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2
• Available Flash Modes ➝ A 54
• If a setting is not applied by pressing the k button within
a few seconds, the selection is canceled.
Auto
• When U (auto) is applied, D is only displayed for a
few seconds, regardless of Monitor settings (A 98,
E73).
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Available Flash Modes
U
Auto
The flash fires automatically when lighting is dim.
V
Auto with red-eye reduction
Reduces red-eye in portraits caused by the flash (A 55).
X
Fill flash
The flash fires whenever a picture is taken. Use to “fill-in” (illuminate) shadows and backlit
subjects.
Y
Slow sync
Auto flash mode is combined with slow shutter speed.
Suited to evening and night portraits that include background scenery. The flash
illuminates main subject; slow shutter speeds are used to capture background at night or
under dim lighting.
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• Lower the flash when you do not want the flash to fire.
B
Lowering the Flash
Push the flash down gently to lower the flash until it clicks into place when not in use (A 5).
C
The Flash Lamp
The flash lamp indicates the status of the flash when you press the
shutter-release button halfway.
• On: The flash fires when a picture is taken.
• Flashing: The flash is charging. The camera cannot take pictures.
• Off: The flash does not fire when a picture is taken.
If the battery level is low, the monitor turns off while the flash is charging.
C
The Flash Mode Setting
C
Effective Range of the Flash
When ISO sensitivity is set to Auto, the flash has a range of approx. 0.5 to 6.0 m (1 ft 8 in. to 19 ft) at
the maximum wide-angle zoom position and a range of approx. 1.5 to 3.2 m (5 ft to 10 ft) at the
maximum telephoto zoom position.
C
Shooting Features
• The setting varies with the shooting mode.
➝ “Available Features” (A 52)
➝ “Default Settings” (A 61)
• Some settings cannot be used with other functions (A 65).
• The flash mode setting applied in A (auto) mode is saved in the camera’s memory even after the
camera is turned off.
Red-eye Reduction
This camera uses “Advanced Red-Eye Reduction (In-Camera Red-Eye Fix).”
If the camera detects red eye while saving an image, the affected area is processed to reduce redeye before the image is saved.
Note the following when shooting:
• More time than usual is required to save images.
• Red-eye reduction may not produce the desired results in all situations.
• In rare cases, areas of the image that are not affected by red-eye may be processed by red-eye
reduction. In these cases, select another flash mode and take the picture again.
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Using the Self-timer
The camera’s self-timer can release the shutter about 10 seconds after you press the shutterrelease button.
The self-timer is useful when you want to be in the picture you are taking, or when you want
to avoid the effects of camera shake that occur when you press the shutter-release button.
When using the self-timer, use of a tripod is recommended. Set Vibration reduction to Off
in the setup menu (A 98) when shooting using a tripod to stabilize the camera.
1
Press the multi selector J (n self-timer).
2
Press H or I to select ON and then press the
k button.
Shooting Features
• n10 is displayed.
• If a setting is not applied by pressing the k button within
a few seconds, the selection is canceled.
• When Pet portrait is selected in scene mode, Y (pet
portrait auto release) is displayed (A 43). The self-timer
cannot be used.
3
Self-timer
Frame the picture and then press the
shutter-release button halfway.
• Focus and exposure are set.
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F 3.3
4
Press the shutter-release button the
rest of the way down.
• The self-timer starts, and the number of seconds
remaining before the shutter is released is
displayed in the monitor. The self-timer lamp
flashes while the timer is counting down. About
one second before the shutter is released, the
lamp stops flashing and glows steadily.
• When the shutter is released, the self-timer is set
to OFF.
• To stop the timer before a picture is taken, press
the shutter-release button again.
1/250
F 3.3
Shooting Features
B
Features That Cannot Be Used Simultaneously
Some settings cannot be used with other functions (A 65).
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Using Macro Mode
When using macro mode, the camera can focus on objects as close as about 1 cm (0.4 in.)
from the lens.
This feature is useful when taking close-up pictures of flowers and other small subjects.
1
Press the multi selector I (p macro mode).
2
Press H or I to select ON and then press the
k button.
• The macro mode icon (F) is displayed.
• If a setting is not applied by pressing the k button within
a few seconds, the selection is canceled.
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Macro mode
3
Use the zoom control to set the zoom to a
position where F and the zoom indicator
glow green.
• How close you can be to the subject when shooting depends on the zoom position.
When the zoom is set to a position where F and the zoom indicator glow green, the
camera can focus on subjects as close as about 10 cm (4 in.) from the lens.
When the zoom position is set to a wide-angle position relative to G, the camera can focus
on objects as close as about 1 cm (0.4 in.) from the lens.
B
Notes About Using the Flash
The flash may be unable to light the entire subject at distances of less than 50 cm (1 ft 8 in.).
C
Sound Made as the Camera Focuses When Using Macro Mode
When macro mode is set to ON, the camera may focus even when you do not press the shutterrelease button halfway, depending on the shooting mode and other settings.
As a result, you may hear the sound of the camera focusing.
C
The Macro Mode Setting
• Macro mode cannot be used when using certain shooting modes. ➝ “Default Settings” (A 61)
• The macro mode setting applied in A (auto) mode is saved in the camera’s memory even after
the camera is turned off.
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Adjusting Brightness (Exposure Compensation)
You can adjust overall image brightness.
1
Press the multi selector K (o exposure
compensation).
2
Press H or I to select a compensation value.
• To make the image brighter, apply positive (+) exposure
compensation.
• To make the image darker, apply negative (–) exposure
compensation.
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0.0
Exposure compensation
3
Shooting Features
Press the k button to apply the
compensation value.
• If you do not press the k button within a few seconds, the
setting is applied and the menu disappears.
• When an exposure compensation value other than 0.0 is
applied, the value is displayed with the H indicator in the
monitor.
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Press the shutter-release button to take a picture.
• To turn off exposure compensation, return to step 1 and change the value to 0.0.
C
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Exposure Compensation Value
The exposure compensation value applied in A (auto) mode is saved in the camera’s memory even
after the camera is turned off.
Default Settings
Default settings for each shooting mode are described below.
Flash1
(A 53)
Self-timer
(A 56)
Macro
(A 58)
Exposure
compensation
(A 60)
G (easy auto) (A 36)
U2
Off
Off3
0.0
G (special effects) (A 46)
U
Off
Off
0.0
F (smart portrait) (A 48)
U4
Off5
Off6
0.0
A (auto) (A 51)
U
Off
Off
0.0
Scene
V
Off
Off6
0.0
W6
Off
Off6
0.0
d (A 38)
W6
Off6
Off6
0.0
e (A 39)
V7
Off
Off6
0.0
f (A 39)
V8
Off
Off6
0.0
Z (A 39)
U
Off
Off6
0.0
z (A 39)
U
Off
Off6
0.0
h (A 39)
W6
Off
Off6
0.0
i (A 39)
W6
Off
Off6
0.0
j (A 40)
W6
Off
Off6
0.0
k (A 40)
W
Off
On6
0.0
u (A 41)
W6
Off
On6
0.0
l (A 41)
W6
Off
Off
0.0
m (A 41)
W6
Off6
Off6
0.06
n (A 41)
W
Off
Off
0.0
o (A 42)
X6
Off
Off6
0.0
p (A 42)
W6
Off6
Off6
0.0
Shooting Features
b (A 38)
c (A 38)
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Flash1
(A 53)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Shooting Features
9
Macro
(A 58)
Exposure
compensation
(A 60)
O (A 43)
W6
Y9
Off
0.0
s (A 44)
W6
Off6
Off
0.0
Setting is used when the flash is raised.
The setting cannot be changed. The camera automatically selects the flash mode appropriate for
the scene it has selected.
The setting cannot be changed. Automatically changes to macro mode when the camera selects
Close-up.
Cannot be used when Blink proof is set to On.
Can be set when Smile timer is set to Off.
The setting cannot be changed.
The setting cannot be changed. The flash mode setting is fixed at fill flash with slow sync and redeye reduction.
Slow sync with red-eye reduction flash mode may be used.
The self-timer cannot be used. You can turn the pet portrait auto release (A 43) on and off.
B
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Self-timer
(A 56)
Features That Cannot Be Used Simultaneously
Some settings cannot be used with other functions (A 65).
Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the d Button (Shooting Menu)
When shooting, you can set the following features by pressing the d button.
Shooting menu
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Image mode
White balance
Continuous
ISO sensitivity
Color options
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AF area mode
The features that are available vary with the shooting mode, as shown below.
Easy auto
mode
Scene
Special
effects
Smart
portrait
Image mode*
w
w
w
w
w
White balance
–
–
–
–
w
Continuous
–
–
–
–
w
ISO sensitivity
–
–
–
–
w
Color options
–
–
–
–
w
AF area mode
–
–
–
–
w
Skin softening
–
–
–
w
–
Smile timer
–
–
–
w
–
Blink proof
–
–
–
w
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Auto mode
Shooting Features
* If you change the image mode setting, the new setting is applied to all shooting modes.
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Available Shooting Menus
Option
A
Shooting Features
Image mode
E39
White balance
Allows you to adjust white balance to suit the light source in order to
make the colors in images match what you see with your eye. The
available settings are Auto (default setting), Preset manual, Daylight,
Incandescent, Fluorescent, Cloudy, and Flash.
E41
Continuous
Allows you to capture a series of images. The available settings are
Single (default setting), Continuous, BSS, and Multi-shot 16.
E44
ISO sensitivity
Allows you to control the camera’s sensitivity to light. You can set
sensitivity to Auto (default setting), or lock the setting at 125, 200,
400, 800, 1600, or 3200. When ISO sensitivity is set to Auto, the
camera sets the ISO sensitivity automatically, and E is displayed
while shooting when ISO sensitivity increases.
E46
Color options
Allows you to change the color tones of images. The available settings
are Standard color (default setting), Vivid color, Black-and-white,
Sepia, and Cyanotype.
E47
AF area mode
Allows you to determine how the camera selects the focus area that is
used for autofocus; the available settings are Center and Target
finding AF (default setting).
E48
Skin softening
Enables skin softening. Makes the skin tones in people’s faces smoother.
E49
The default setting is On.
Smile timer
When On (default setting) is selected, the camera detects people’s faces
E50
and then automatically releases the shutter whenever a smile is detected.
Blink proof
When On is selected, the camera automatically releases the shutter
twice each time a picture is taken. Of the two shots, the image in which
the subject’s eyes are more open compared to the other shot is saved.
The flash cannot be used when On is selected.
The default setting is Off.
B
64
Description
Allows you to select the combination of image size and image quality
used when saving images.
Features That Cannot Be Used Simultaneously
Some settings cannot be used with other functions (A 65).
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Features That Cannot Be Used Simultaneously
Certain features cannot be used simultaneously.
Restricted
function
Descriptions
Continuous (A 64)
When a setting other than Single is selected, the flash
cannot be used.
Blink proof (A 64)
When Blink proof is set to On, the flash cannot be used.
Self-timer
Smile timer (A 64)
When Smile timer is used for shooting, the self-timer
cannot be used.
Image mode
Continuous (A 64)
When Multi-shot 16 is selected, the Image mode
setting is fixed at L (image size: 2560 × 1920 pixels).
White balance
Color options
(A 64)
When using Black-and-white, Sepia, or Cyanotype,
the White balance setting is fixed at Auto.
Continuous
Self-timer (A 56)
When using the self-timer, images are not captured
continuously even if Continuous or BSS is selected.
ISO sensitivity
Continuous (A 64)
When Multi-shot 16 is selected, the ISO sensitivity
setting is automatically specified according to the
brightness.
AF area mode
White balance
(A 64)
When Target finding AF is selected and White
balance is set to any setting other than Auto, the
camera does not detect the main subject.
Continuous (A 64)
When Continuous or Multi-shot 16 is selected,
Motion detection is disabled.
ISO sensitivity
(A 64)
When the ISO sensitivity is set to any setting other
than Auto, Motion detection is disabled.
Continuous (A 64)
When Multi-shot 16 is selected, digital zoom cannot
be used.
Flash mode
Motion detection
Digital zoom
Shooting Features
Option
65
Restricted
function
Shutter sound
Option
Continuous (A 64)
Descriptions
When a setting other than Single is selected, the
shutter sound is not heard.
Shooting Features
B
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Notes About Digital Zoom
• Depending on the shooting mode or the current settings, digital zoom may not be used (E79).
• When digital zoom is in effect, the camera focuses in the center of the frame.
Focusing
This camera uses autofocus to focus automatically when shooting. The focus area varies
depending on the shooting mode. Here, we will explain how to use focus areas and focus
lock.
Using Face Detection
In the following shooting modes, the camera uses face
detection to automatically focus on people’s faces.
If the camera detects more than one face, a double border is
displayed around the face that the camera focuses on, and
single borders are displayed around the other faces.
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Shooting mode
Portrait (A 38) and Night portrait
(A 39) in scene mode
Pet portrait (when Pet portrait
auto release is set to OFF; A 43) in
scene mode
Smart portrait mode (A 48)
Focus area (double border)
Up to 12
The face closest to the camera
Up to 121
The face closest to the camera2
Up to 3
The face closest to the center of
the frame
Shooting Features
Portrait and Night portrait in
G (easy auto) mode (A 36)
Number of faces that
can be detected
1
If the camera detects both people and pets in the same shot, the camera can detect up to 12
faces.
2
If the camera detects a person’s face and a pet’s face in the same shot, it focuses on the pet’s face.
• If no faces are detected when the shutter-release button is pressed halfway, the camera
focuses on the subject in the center of the frame.
• You may hear the sound of the camera focusing.
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B
Notes About Face Detection
• The camera’s ability to detect faces depends on a variety of factors, including whether or not the
subject is facing the camera. Additionally, the camera may be unable to detect faces in the
following situations:
- When faces are partially hidden by sunglasses or otherwise obstructed
- When faces take up too much or too little of the frame
• When the frame includes more than one person’s face, the faces detected by the camera and the
face on which the camera focuses depend upon a variety of factors, including the direction in
which the faces are looking.
• In some rare cases, such as those described in “Subjects Not Suitable for Autofocus” (A 72), the
subject may not be in focus even though the double border turns green. Should this occur, use
another mode, such as A (auto) mode, and try focus lock shooting (A 71) by focusing on
another subject that is the same distance from the camera.
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Target Finding AF
When AF area mode (A 64) in A (auto) mode is set to Target finding AF, the camera
adjusts the focus during the following operations if you press the shutter-release button
halfway:
• When the camera detects the main subject, it focuses on
that subject.
When the subject is in focus, the focus area matches the
size of the subject and glows in green.
When the camera detects a person’s face, the camera
focuses on it as a priority (face detection).
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F 3.3
Focus area
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F 3.3
Focus area
Shooting Features
• The camera has nine focus areas, and if it does not detect
the main subject, it automatically selects the focus area
containing the subject closest to the camera.
When the subject is in focus, the focus area that is in focus
lights in green.
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B
Notes About Target Finding AF
• The subject that is detected as the main subject depends on the shooting conditions.
• When White balance is set to any setting other than Auto, the camera does not detect the main
subject.
• The camera may not detect the main subject properly in the following situations:
- When the area displayed in the monitor is very dark or very bright
- When the main subject has no particular color
- When the main subject is located on one of the edges of the area displayed in the monitor
- When the main subject contains a repeating pattern
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Focus Lock
When the camera focuses on an object in the center of the frame, you can use focus lock to
focus on an off-center subject.
The following procedure describes how to use focus lock when using A (auto) mode with
AF area mode (A 64) set to Center.
1
Aim the camera at the subject so that the subject is in the center of the
frame.
2
Press the shutter-release button
halfway.
• Confirm that the focus area glows green.
• Focus and exposure are locked.
F 3.3
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Shooting Features
3
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Continue holding down the shutter-release
button halfway and recompose the picture.
• Be sure to maintain the same distance between the
camera and the subject while the shutter-release button is
pressed halfway.
4
Press the shutter-release button the rest of
the way down to take the picture.
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B
Subjects Not Suitable for Autofocus
The camera may not focus as expected in the following situations. In some rare cases, the subject
may not be in focus despite the fact that the focus area or the focus indicator glows green:
• Subject is very dark
• Objects of sharply differing brightness are included in the scene (e.g. the sun behind the subject
makes that subject appear very dark)
• No contrast between the subject and surroundings (e.g. a portrait subject, wearing a white shirt, is
standing in front of a white wall)
• Several objects are at different distances from the camera (e.g. an animal inside a cage)
• Subjects with repeating patterns (window blinds, buildings with multiple rows of similarly shaped
windows, etc.)
• Subject is moving rapidly
In the situations noted above, try pressing the shutter-release button halfway to refocus several
times, or select A (auto) mode and use focus lock (A 71) to take the picture by first focusing on an
object that is the same distance from the camera as the desired subject.
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Playback Features
This chapter describes the features that are available when playing back images.
Playback menu
Quick retouch
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Playback Zoom .................................................... 74
Thumbnail Display, Calendar Display................ 75
Selecting Certain Types of Images for Playback ... 76
Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the d Button (Playback Menu) ... 78
Connecting the Camera to a TV, Computer, or Printer ... 80
Using ViewNX 2.................................................... 82
Installing ViewNX 2.................................................................................... 82
Transferring Images to the Computer ................................................ 85
Viewing Images........................................................................................... 87
Playback Features
D-Lighting
Skin softening
Filter effects
Print order
Slide show
Protect
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Playback Zoom
Rotating the zoom control to g (i) in full-frame playback mode (A 30) zooms in on the
center of the image displayed in the monitor.
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f
(h)
Displayed area guide
Image is zoomed in.
• You can change the zoom ratio by rotating the zoom control to f (h) or g (i). Images
can be zoomed up to approx. 10×.
• To view a different area of the image, press the multi selector H, I, J, or K.
• If you are viewing an image that was captured using face detection (A 67) or pet
detection (A 43), the camera zooms in on the face detected at the time of shooting. If the
camera detected multiple faces when the image was captured, press H, I, J, or K to
display a different face. To zoom in on an area of the image where there are no faces,
adjust the zoom ratio and then press H, I, J, or K.
• You can crop the image and save the displayed area of the image as a separate file by
pressing the d button (E25).
• Press the k button to return to full-frame playback mode.
Thumbnail Display, Calendar Display
Rotating the zoom control to f (h) in full-frame playback mode (A 30) displays images in
“contact sheets” of thumbnail images.
f
(h)
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f
(h)
g (i)
Image thumbnail display
(4, 9, and 16 images per screen)
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Su M Tu W Th F Sa
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30
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Calendar display
B
Playback Features
• You can view several images on one screen, making it easy to find the image you want.
• You can change the number of thumbnails displayed by rotating the zoom control to
f (h) or g (i).
• Press the multi selector H, I, J, or K to select an image, and then press the k button to
display that image full-frame.
• When 16 thumbnails are displayed, rotate the zoom control to f (h) to switch to
calendar display.
• While using calendar display mode, press H, I, J, or K to select a date and then press
the k button to display the first image captured on that day.
Calendar Display
Images captured when the camera’s date is not set are treated as images captured on January 1,
2012.
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Selecting Certain Types of Images for Playback
You can change the playback mode according to the type of images you want to view.
Available Playback Modes
c
Play
A 30
All images are played back. When you switch from shooting mode to playback mode, this
mode is selected.
h
Favorite pictures
E7
Plays back images added to an album. You must add images to an album before you can
select this mode (A 79).
F
Auto sort
E11
Images are automatically sorted into categories, such as portraits, landscapes, and movies.
C
List by date
Images captured on the selected date are played back.
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E13
Switching Between Playback Modes
1
When viewing images in full-frame playback
mode or thumbnail playback mode, press the
c button.
• The playback-mode selection menu is displayed, from
which you can select one of the available playback modes.
2
Press the multi selector H or I to select the
desired mode and then press the k button.
• If you select Play, the playback screen is displayed.
• When an option other than Play is selected, the album,
category, or shooting date selection screen is displayed.
• To return to the current playback mode without switching
playback modes, press the c button.
3
Auto sor t
•
•
•
•
h Favorite pictures ➝ E7
F Auto sort ➝ E11
C List by date ➝ E13
Repeat from step 1 to select a different album, category, or shooting date.
Playback Features
Select an album, category, or shooting date, and then press the
k button.
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Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the d Button (Playback Menu)
When viewing images in full-frame playback mode or thumbnail playback mode, you can
configure the menu operations listed below by pressing the d button.
When using favorite pictures (h), auto sort (F), or list by date (C) mode, the menu for the
current playback mode is displayed.
Option
Description
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A
k Quick retouch
Allows you to create retouched copies in which contrast and
saturation have been enhanced.
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I D-Lighting1, 2
Allows you to create copies with enhanced brightness and
contrast, brightening dark portions of an image.
E20
e Skin softening1, 2
The camera detects people’s faces in images and creates a copy
with softer facial skin tones.
E21
p Filter effects1, 2
Digital filter effects can be used to apply a variety of effects to
images. Effect types include Soft, Selective color, Cross
screen, Miniature effect, and Painting.
E22
a Print order3, 4
When using a printer to print images saved on the memory
card, you can use the Print order function to select which
images are printed, and how many copies of each image are
printed.
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b Slide show3
Allows you to view images saved in the internal memory or on a
memory card in an automatic slide show.
E55
1, 2
3
Allows you to protect selected images from accidental deletion. E56
d Protect
f Rotate image
After shooting, you can change the orientation in which still
images are displayed.
E58
g Small picture1, 2
Allows you to create a small copy of the current image. This
feature is useful for creating copies for display on Web pages or
e-mail attachments.
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2, 4
Option
1
3
4
5
A
E Voice memo2
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h Copy5
Allows you to copy images between the internal memory and a
memory card. You can also copy movies.
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C Sequence
display options
Allows you to select whether to display only the key picture for a
sequence of images captured continuously or to display the
sequence as individual images.
E63
N Choose key
picture
Allows you to change the key picture for images captured in
sequence (sequence of images; A 31).
When making this setting, first select an image from the
sequence you want to change before pressing the d button.
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h Favorite pictures
Allows you to add images to an album.
This option is not displayed in favorite pictures mode.
E7
h Remove from
favorites
Allows you to remove images from an album.
This option is displayed only in favorite pictures mode.
E9
Images are edited and saved with a new file name. Certain restrictions apply (E18). For example,
images captured at an Image mode (A 64, E39) setting of l 4608×2592 or images
captured with Easy panorama (A 42) or 3D photography (A 44) cannot be edited, and the
same editing feature cannot be applied multiple times.
This function is not available when only the key pictures are displayed for sequences of images. To
use this function, press the k button to display the images in a sequence individually.
When using list by date mode, press the d button from the list of dates screen (E13) to apply
the same function to all images captured on the selected date.
Cannot be applied to images captured using 3D photography (A 44) in scene mode.
This function is not displayed when using favorite pictures mode, auto sort mode, or list by date
mode.
Playback Features
2
Description
Allows you to use the camera’s microphone to record voice
memos and attach them to images. You can also play back and
delete voice memos.
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Connecting the Camera to a TV, Computer, or Printer
You can enhance your enjoyment of images and movies by connecting the camera to a TV,
computer, or printer.
• Before connecting the camera to an external device, make sure the remaining battery level
is sufficient and turn the camera off. For information about the connection methods and
subsequent operations, refer to the documentation included with the device in addition to
this document.
USB/audio/video output connector
HDMI mini connector (Type C)
Insert the plug straight.
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How to open the
connector cover.
Viewing images on a TV
E27
You can view the camera’s images and movies on a TV.
Connection method: Connect the video and audio plugs of the included
audio/video cable to the TV’s input jacks. Alternatively, connect a
commercially available HDMI cable (Type C) to the TV’s HDMI input jack.
Viewing and organizing images on a computer
A 82
If you transfer images to a computer, you can perform simple retouching and
manage image data in addition to playing back images and movies.
Connection method: Connect the camera to the computer’s USB input jack
with the included USB Cable.
• Before connecting to a computer, install ViewNX 2 on the computer using
the included ViewNX 2 CD-ROM. For information about using the ViewNX 2
CD-ROM and transferring images to a computer, see page 82.
Printing images without using a computer
E30
If you connect the camera to a PictBridge-compatible printer, you can print
images without using a computer.
Connection method: Connect the camera directly to the printer’s USB input
jack with the included USB Cable.
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Using ViewNX 2
ViewNX 2 is an all-in-one software package which enables you to transfer, view, edit and share
images.
Install ViewNX 2 using the included ViewNX 2 CD-ROM.
Your Imaging Toolbox
ViewNX 2™
Installing ViewNX 2
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• An Internet connection is required.
Compatible Operating Systems
Windows
• Windows 7 Home Basic/Home Premium/Professional/Enterprise/Ultimate (Service Pack 1)
• Windows Vista Home Basic/Home Premium/Business/Enterprise/Ultimate (Service Pack 2)
• Windows XP Home Edition/Professional (Service Pack 3)
Mac OS
• Mac OS X (version 10.6.8, 10.7.4)
Refer to the Nikon website for the latest information on operating system compatibility.
1
Start the computer and insert the ViewNX 2 CD-ROM into the CD-ROM
drive.
• Mac OS: When the ViewNX 2 window is displayed, double-click the Welcome icon.
2
Select a language in the language selection dialog to open the
installation window.
• If the desired language is not available, click Region Selection to choose a different region
and then choose the desired language (the Region Selection button is not available in the
European release).
• Click Next to display the installation window.
Start the installer.
• We recommend clicking Installation Guide in the installation window to check the
installation help information and system requirements before installing ViewNX 2.
• Click Typical Installation (Recommended) in the installation window.
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4
Download the software.
• When the Software Download screen is displayed, click I agree - Begin download.
• Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
5
Exit the installer when the installation completion screen is displayed.
• Windows: Click Yes.
• Mac OS: Click OK.
The following software is installed:
• ViewNX 2 (consisting of the three modules below)
- Nikon Transfer 2: For transferring images to the computer
- ViewNX 2: For viewing, editing, and printing transferred images
- Nikon Movie Editor: For basic editing of transferred movies
• Panorama Maker (for creating a single panorama image of a landscape, etc. from a series of
images that each capture a separate portion of the subject)
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Remove the ViewNX 2 CD-ROM from the CD-ROM drive.
Transferring Images to the Computer
1
Choose how images will be copied to the computer.
Choose one of the following methods:
• Direct USB connection: Turn the camera off and ensure that the memory card is inserted in the
camera. Connect the camera to the computer using the included USB Cable. Turn the camera on.
To transfer images that are saved in the camera’s internal memory, remove the memory card
from the camera before connecting it to the computer.
B
Playback Features
• SD card slot: If your computer is equipped with an SD card slot, the card can be inserted
directly in the slot.
• SD card reader: Connect a card reader (available separately from third-party suppliers) to
the computer and insert the memory card.
If a message is displayed prompting you to choose a program, select Nikon Transfer 2.
• When using Windows 7
If the dialog shown at right is displayed, follow
the steps below to select Nikon Transfer 2.
1 Under Import pictures and videos, click
Change program. A program selection
dialog will be displayed; select Import File
using Nikon Transfer 2 and click OK.
2 Double-click Import File.
If the memory card contains a large number of images, it may take a while for Nikon Transfer 2
to start. Wait until Nikon Transfer 2 starts.
Connecting the USB Cable
The connection may not be recognized if the camera is connected to the computer via a USB hub.
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2
Transfer images to the computer.
• Confirm that the name of the connected camera or removable disk is displayed as the
“Source” on the “Options” title bar of Nikon Transfer 2 (1).
• Click Start Transfer (2).
1
2
• At default settings, all the images on the memory card will be copied to the computer.
3
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Terminate the connection.
• If the camera is connected to the computer, turn the camera off and disconnect the USB
cable. If you are using a card reader or card slot, choose the appropriate option in the
computer operating system to eject the removable disk corresponding to the memory card
and then remove the card from the card reader or card slot.
Viewing Images
Start ViewNX 2.
• Images are displayed in ViewNX 2 when transfer is
complete.
• Consult online help for more information on
using ViewNX 2.
Playback Features
C
Starting ViewNX 2 Manually
• Windows: Double-click the ViewNX 2 shortcut icon on the desktop.
• Mac OS: Click the ViewNX 2 icon in the Dock.
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You can record movies by simply pressing the b (e movie-record) button.
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Recording and Playing Back Movies
Recording and Playing Back
Movies
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Recording Movies
You can record movies by simply pressing the b (e movie-record) button.
1
Display the shooting screen.
Movie option
Recording and Playing Back Movies
• The icon for the selected movie option is displayed. The
default setting is d HD 1080pP (1920×1080)
(A 93).
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Maximum recording time
2
Press the b (e movie-record) button to start
movie recording.
• The camera focuses on the subject in the center of the
frame. Focus areas are not displayed during recording.
• When an option with 16:9 aspect ratio (width:length), such
as d HD 1080pP (1920×1080), is selected for Movie
options, the monitor display changes to an aspect ratio of
16:9 when recording movies.
• If Photo info in the Monitor settings (A 98) in the setup
menu is set to Movie frame+auto info, the area that is
visible in the movie can be confirmed before movie
recording starts.
• C is displayed while saving to the internal memory.
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Press the b (e movie-record) button again to end recording.
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Notes About Saving Data
After taking pictures or recording a movie, the number of exposures remaining or the remaining
recording time flashes while images or movies are being saved. Do not open the batterychamber/memory card slot cover. Image and movie data could be lost and the camera or memory
card could be damaged.
B
Notes About Movie Recording
B
Recording and Playing Back Movies
• Memory cards with an SD Speed Class rating of 6 or faster are recommended when recording
movies (F21). Movie recording may stop unexpectedly when memory cards with a lower Speed
Class rating are used.
• The optical zoom magnification ratio cannot be changed once recording starts.
• Use the zoom control to operate digital zoom while recording movies. The zoom range is
between the optical zoom magnification ratio before recording a movie and up to 2×.
• Image quality degrades when digital zoom is used. When recording ends, digital zoom turns off.
• The sounds of zoom control operation, autofocus lens drive movement, vibration reduction, and
aperture operation when brightness changes may be recorded.
• The following phenomena may be seen in the monitor while recording movies. These
phenomena are saved in the recorded movies.
- Banding may occur in images under fluorescent, mercury-vapor, or sodium-vapor lighting.
- Subjects that move quickly from one side of the frame to the other, such as a moving train or car,
may appear skewed.
- The entire movie image may be skewed when the camera is panned.
- Lighting or other bright areas may leave residual images when the camera is moved.
Camera Temperature
• The camera may become warm when recording movies for an extended period of time or when
the camera is used in a hot area.
• If the inside of the camera becomes too hot when recording
movies, the camera may automatically stop recording after 10
seconds in order to prevent damage to the camera.
The amount of time remaining until the camera stops recording
(B10 s) is displayed.
Five seconds after the camera stops recording, it turns itself off.
Leave the camera off until the inside of the camera has cooled.
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Notes About Autofocus
Autofocus may not perform as expected (A 72). Should this occur, try the following:
1. Set Autofocus mode in the movie menu to A Single AF (default setting) before starting
movie recording (A 93, E68).
2. Frame another subject—positioned at the same distance from the camera as the intended
subject—in the center of the frame, press the b (e movie-record) button to start recording, and
then modify the composition.
Recording and Playing Back Movies
C
Movie options (A 93)
Memory card (4 GB)*
d HD 1080pP (1920×1080) (default setting)
29 min
e HD 1080p (1920×1080)
30 min
f HD 720p (1280×720)
55 min
p iFrame 540 (960×540)
g VGA (640×480)
25 min
2 h 15 min
All figures are approximate. The maximum recording time may vary depending on the make of the
memory card, even among memory cards of the same capacity.
To confirm the maximum length of a movie that can be recorded in the internal memory (approx.
28 MB), remove the memory card from the camera, and then check the maximum recording time
displayed in the monitor when shooting.
* The maximum size for a single movie is 4 GB, and the maximum recording time for a single movie
is 29 minutes, even when there is sufficient free space on the memory card. If the camera becomes
hot, movie recording may stop before these limits are reached.
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Maximum Movie Recording Time
Functions Available with Movie Recording
• The exposure compensation, white balance, and color options settings for the current shooting
mode are also applied with movie recording. The tone that results from using scene mode (A 37)
or special effects mode (A 46) is also applied to movies. When macro mode is enabled, movies of
subjects closer to the camera can be recorded. Confirm settings before starting movie recording.
• The self-timer (A 56) can be used. Set the self-timer and then press the b (e movie-record)
button to start recording a movie after 10 seconds.
• The flash does not fire.
• Press the d button to select the D (movie) tab and adjust movie menu settings before starting
movie recording (A 93).
Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the d Button (Movie Menu)
Enter shooting mode M d button M D tab M k button
The following settings can be changed.
Movie
Movie options
Autofocus mode
Wind noise reduction
Description
A
Movie options
Select the movie type.
Select either normal speed movies or HS (high speed) movies,
which enable slow motion or fast motion playback.
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Autofocus mode
When A Single AF (default setting) is selected, focus is
locked when movie recording begins. When B Full-time
AF is selected, the camera focuses continuously while
recording.
When B Full-time AF is selected, the sound of the camera
focusing may be heard in recorded movies. If you want to
prevent the sound of the camera focusing from being recorded,
select A Single AF.
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Wind noise reduction
Set whether or not to reduce wind noise during movie
recording.
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Recording and Playing Back Movies
Option
93
Playing Back Movies
Press the c button to enter playback mode.
Movies are indicated by the movie options icon (A 93).
Press the k button to play back movies.
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Movie options
Deleting Movies
To delete a movie, select the desired movie in full-frame playback mode (A 30) or thumbnail
playback mode (A 75) and then press the l button (A 32).
Functions Available During Playback
Playback controls are displayed at the top of the monitor.
Press the multi selector J or K to select a control. The
operations described below are available.
Function
Icon
Paused
Description
A
Hold down the k button to rewind the movie.
Advance
B
Hold down the k button to advance the movie.
Press the k button to pause playback. The following operations can be
performed while playback is paused using the controls displayed at the top
in the monitor.
Pause
End
E
G
C
Press the k button to rewind the movie. Hold down the k button
for continuous rewinding.
D
Press the k button to advance the movie. Hold down the k button
for continuous advancing.
F
Press the k button to resume playback.
I
Press the k button to cut unwanted portions of a movie so that
only the desired portions of a movie are saved (E37).
Recording and Playing Back Movies
Rewind
Press the k button to return to full-frame playback mode.
Adjusting Volume
Rotate the zoom control to g or f (A 2) during playback.
4s
Volume indicator
B
Notes About Playing Back Movies
This camera cannot play back movies recorded with another make or model of digital camera.
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General Camera Setup
This chapter describes the various settings available in the z setup menu.
Set up
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General Camera Setup
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Welcome screen
Time zone and date
Monitor settings
Print date
Vibration reduc tion
Motion detec tion
AF assist
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Features That Can Be Set by Pressing the d Button (Setup Menu)
Press the d button M z (setup) tab M k button
You can change the following settings when the menu is
displayed by selecting the z tab.
Option
General Camera Setup
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Set up
Welcome screen
Time zone and date
Monitor settings
Print date
Vibration reduc tion
Motion detec tion
AF assist
Description
A
Welcome screen
Allows you to select whether or not a welcome screen is
displayed when the camera is turned on.
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Time zone and date
Allows you to set the camera clock.
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Monitor settings
Allows you to adjust photo information display, post-shooting
image review, and monitor brightness settings.
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Print date
Allows you to imprint the shooting date and time on images.
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Vibration reduction
Allows you to select the vibration reduction setting used when
shooting.
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Motion detection
Allows you to set whether or not the camera automatically
increases the shutter speed to reduce blurring caused by camera
shake when motion is detected when shooting still images.
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AF assist
Allows you to enable and disable the AF-assist illuminator.
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Digital zoom
Allows you to enable and disable digital zoom.
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Sound settings
Allows you to adjust sound settings.
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Auto off
Allows you to set the amount of time that passes before the
monitor turns off to save power.
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Format memory/
Format card
Allows you to format the internal memory or the memory card.
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Option
Description
A
Language
Allows you to change the camera’s display language.
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TV settings
Allows you to adjust TV-connection settings.
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Blink warning
Allows you to set whether or not closed eyes are detected when
taking pictures of people using face detection.
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Eye-Fi upload
Allows you to set whether or not to enable the function for
sending images to a computer using a commercially available
Eye-Fi card.
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Reset all
Allows you to reset the camera’s settings to their default values.
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Battery type
Change this setting to match the type of batteries that are
inserted in the camera.
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Firmware version
Allows you to confirm the camera’s firmware version.
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The Reference Section provides detailed information and hints about using the camera.
Shooting
Using Easy Panorama (Shooting and Playback)................................. E3
Playback
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Favorite Pictures Mode................................................................................ E7
Auto Sort Mode............................................................................................E11
List by Date Mode ....................................................................................... E13
Viewing and Deleting Images Captured Continuously (Sequence).... E14
Editing Still Images ..................................................................................... E17
Connecting the Camera to a TV (Viewing Images on a TV).......... E27
Connecting the Camera to a Printer (Direct Print) .......................... E29
Movies
Editing Movies .............................................................................................. E37
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Menu
The Shooting Menu (for A (Auto) Mode).......................................... E39
The Smart Portrait Menu........................................................................... E49
The Playback Menu.....................................................................................E51
The Movie Menu ..........................................................................................E64
The Setup Menu........................................................................................... E69
Additional Information
File and Folder Names ............................................................................... E93
Optional Accessories..................................................................................E95
Error Messages ............................................................................................. E97
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Using Easy Panorama (Shooting and Playback)
Shooting with Easy Panorama
Enter shooting mode M A (shooting mode) button M b (second icon from the top*) M
K M H, I, J, K M p (easy panorama) M k button
* The last icon you selected is displayed.
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Select Normal (180°) or Wide (360°) as the
shooting range, and then press the k button.
Easy panorama
• When the camera is readied in the horizontal position, the
Normal (180°)
image size (width × height) is as follows:
Wide (360°)
- Normal (180°): 3200 × 560 when moved horizontally,
1024 × 3200 when moved vertically
- Wide (360°): 6400 × 560 when moved horizontally,
1024 × 6400 when moved vertically
- When the camera is readied in the vertical position, the direction and the width and
height are switched.
Frame the first edge of the panorama scene,
and then press the shutter-release button
halfway to focus.
• The zoom position is fixed at the maximum wide-angle
position.
• A grid is displayed in the monitor.
• The camera focuses on the subject in the center of the
frame.
• Exposure compensation (A 60) can be set.
• If the focus and exposure are not correct, try using focus lock (A 71).
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3
Press the shutter-release button all the way,
and then remove your finger from the
shutter-release button.
• I is displayed to indicate the direction of camera
movement.
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Move the camera slowly in one of the four
directions, and then begin shooting.
• When the camera detects which direction it is moving in,
shooting begins.
• A guide indicating the current shooting position is
displayed.
• When the shooting position guide reaches the edge,
shooting ends.
Guide
Example of camera movement
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• The operator, without shifting position, moves the camera horizontally or vertically in an
arc so that the guide travels from one edge to the other.
• Shooting stops if the guide does not reach the edge within about 15 seconds (when
Normal (180°) is selected) or within about 30 seconds (when Wide (360°) is selected)
after shooting starts.
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Notes About Easy Panorama Shooting
• The range of the image seen in the saved image is narrower than that seen in the monitor at the
time of shooting.
• If the camera is moved too quickly or shaken too much, or if the subject is too uniform (e.g. walls or
darkness), an error may occur.
• If shooting is stopped before the camera reaches the half-way point in the panorama range, a
panorama image is not saved.
• If more than half of the panorama range is captured but shooting ends before reaching the edge
of the range, the range not captured is recorded and displayed in gray.
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Viewing Images Captured with Easy Panorama
Switch to playback mode (A 30), display an image captured
using easy panorama in full-frame playback mode, and then
press the k button to display the short edge of the image
using the entire monitor and automatically move (scroll) the
displayed area.
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• The image scrolls in the direction that was used when
shooting.
Playback controls are displayed at the top of the monitor
during playback.
Press the multi selector J or K to choose a control, and then
press the k button to perform the following operations.
Function
Icon
Description
Rewind
A
Hold down the k button to scroll backward quickly.
Advance
B
Hold down the k button to scroll forward quickly.
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The following operations can be performed while playback is paused
using the controls displayed at the top in the monitor.
Pause
End
B
E
G
C
Hold down the k button to rewind.
D
Hold down the k button to scroll.
F
Resumes automatic scrolling.
Switches to full-frame playback mode.
Notes About Easy Panorama Scroll Playback
This camera may not be able to scroll or zoom when viewing easy panorama images captured with
another make or model of digital camera.
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Favorite Pictures Mode
After shooting, you can add your favorite still images to albums; there are nine albums
available. After you add images to an album, you can use favorite pictures mode to view
those images easily.
• By creating albums for certain subjects or events, you can find your favorite images easily.
• The same image can be added to multiple albums.
• Up to 200 images can be added to each album.
Adding Images to Albums
Press the c button (playback mode) M d button M h Favorite pictures M k button
• Images cannot be added to albums in favorite pictures playback mode.
1
Press the multi selector J or K to select the
desired image and then press H to display y.
2
Use the multi selector to select the desired
album, and then press the k button.
• The selected images are added and the camera switches to
the playback menu.
• To add the same image to multiple albums, repeat from
step 1.
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• You can add y to multiple images. To remove y, press I.
• Rotate the zoom control (A 2) to g (i) to switch to fullframe playback mode or f (h) to 12-image thumbnail
playback mode.
• Press the k button to display the album selection screen.
Favorite pictures
Back
Favorite pictures
Back
Add
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Notes About Favorite Pictures
When images are added to an album, they are not moved from the folder to which they were saved
(E93) or copied to the album. Only the file names of the images are added to the album. When
using favorite pictures mode, images are played back by retrieving the images that correspond to
the file names added to the albums.
Playing Back Images in Albums
Press the c button (playback mode) M c button M h Favorite pictures M k button
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Use the multi selector to select an album and then press the
Favorite pictures
k button to play back the images that have been added to
the selected album.
• The following operations are available from the album
selection screen.
- d button: Changes the album icon (E10).
Choose icon
- l button: Deletes all images in the selected album.
• When viewing images in full-frame playback mode or
thumbnail playback mode, press the d button to select a feature from the favorite
pictures menu (A 78).
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Notes About Deletion
If an image is deleted while using favorite pictures mode, the image is not only removed from the
album, but the corresponding image file is also permanently deleted from the internal memory or
the memory card.
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Removing Images from Albums
Enter h Favorite pictures mode M select the album containing the image you want to
remove M k button M d button M h Remove from favorites M k button
1
Press the multi selector J or K to select the
desired image and then press H to display y.
• You can add y to multiple images. To remove y, press I.
• Rotate the zoom control (A 2) to g (i) to switch to fullframe playback mode or f (h) to 12-image thumbnail
playback mode.
• Press the k button to display a removal confirmation
screen.
2
Remove from favorites
Back
Select Yes and then press the k button.
• To cancel removal, select No.
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Changing the Favorites Album Icon
Press the c button (playback mode) M c button M h Favorite pictures M k button
1
2
Use the multi selector to select an album, and then press the d button.
Press J or K to select an icon color and then
press the k button.
Choose icon
Back
3
Press H, I, J, or K to select an icon and
then press the k button.
Choose icon
• The icon changes and the monitor display returns to the
list of albums screen.
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Notes About Favorites Album Icons
• Set the favorites album icons separately for the internal memory and for the memory card.
• To change the favorites album icons for the internal memory, first remove the memory card from
the camera.
• The default setting for the icon is the number icon (black).
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Auto Sort Mode
Images are automatically sorted into categories, such as portraits, landscapes, and movies.
Press the c button (playback mode) M c button M F Auto sort M k button
Use the multi selector to select a category, and then press the
k button to play back the images in the selected category.
• The following operation is available while the category
selection screen is displayed.
- l button: Deletes all images in the selected category.
• When viewing images in full-frame playback mode or
thumbnail playback mode, press the d button to select a
feature from the auto sort menu (A 78).
Portraits
Other scenes
Auto Sort Mode Categories
Option
Description
D Portraits
• Images captured using Portrait, Night portrait, and
Backlighting in G (easy auto) mode (A 36)
• Images captured using Portrait, Night portrait, Party/indoor,
and Backlighting in scene mode (A 37)
• Images captured in smart portrait mode (A 48) with Smile timer
set to Off
u Food
Images captured using Food in scene mode (A 37)
U Landscape
• Images captured using Landscape in G (easy auto) mode
(A 36)
• Images captured using Landscape in scene mode (A 37)
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Z Smile
Images captured in smart portrait mode (A 48) with Smile timer
set to On
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Option
Description
V Dusk to dawn
• Images captured using Night landscape in G (easy auto) mode
(A 36)
• Images captured using Night landscape, Sunset, Dusk/dawn,
and Fireworks show in scene mode (A 37)
D Close-ups
• Images captured using Close-up in G (easy auto) mode (A 36)
• Images captured using Close-up in scene mode (A 37)
• Images captured in A (auto) mode with macro mode (A 58)
O Pet portrait
Images captured using Pet portrait (A 37) in scene mode
D Movie
Movies (A 90)
X Retouched copies
Copies created using editing functions (E17)
W Other scenes
All other images that cannot be defined by the categories described
here
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Notes About Auto Sort Mode
• Up to 999 images and movie files can be sorted to each category in auto sort mode. If 999 images
or movies have already been sorted to a specific category, new images and movies cannot be
sorted to that category nor can they be displayed in auto sort mode. You can play back images
and movies that could not be sorted to a category by using normal playback mode (A 30) or list
by date mode (E13).
• Images and movies copied from the internal memory to a memory card, or vice versa, cannot be
played back in auto sort mode (E61).
• Images or movies saved with another make or model of digital camera cannot be played back in
auto sort mode.
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List by Date Mode
Press the c button (playback mode) M c button M C List by date M k button
Use the multi selector to select a date and then press the
List by date
k button to play back the images captured on the selected
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• The first image that was captured on the selected date is
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displayed.
• The following operations are available while the shooting
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date selection screen is displayed.
- d button: You can select one of the following
functions in the list by date menu (A 78) and apply it to all images captured on the
selected date.
➝ Print order, slide show, protect
- l button: Deletes all images captured on the selected date.
• When viewing images in full-frame playback mode or thumbnail playback mode, press the
d button to select a feature from the list by date menu (A 78).
• Calendar display (A 75) cannot be used in list by date mode.
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Notes About List by Date Mode
• Up to 29 dates can be selected. If images exist for more than 29 dates, all images saved earlier than
most recent 29 dates are combined under Others.
• The 9000 most recent images can be displayed in list by date mode.
• Images captured when the camera’s date is not set are treated as images captured on January 1,
2012.
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Viewing and Deleting Images Captured Continuously (Sequence)
Viewing Images in a Sequence
Each series of images captured using the following settings is saved in a sequence.
• Scene mode (A 37)
- Sports
- Pet portrait (when Continuous is selected)
• A (auto) mode (A 51)
- Continuous
By default, only the first image of a sequence (key picture) is
displayed to represent the images in the sequence in fullframe playback mode (A 30) or thumbnail playback mode
(A 75).
• When only the key picture is displayed for a sequence, the
picture cannot be zoomed in on.
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• To display the previous or next image, press the multi
selector J or K.
• To return to key picture only display, press the multi selector H.
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Back
• When displaying images individually, thumbnails are not
displayed. To display images in a sequence as thumbnails,
set Sequence display options to Individual pictures in the playback menu (E63).
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Sequence Display Options
• Select Sequence display options (E63) in the playback menu to set all sequences to be
displayed using their key pictures or to display them as individual images.
• Images captured continuously with another make or model of digital camera cannot be displayed
as a sequence.
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Changing Key Picture in Sequence
A sequence’s key picture can be changed using Choose key picture (E63) in the playback menu.
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Playback Menu Options Available When Using Sequence
When the d button is pressed, the following menu operations are available for the images in that
sequence.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
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➝ E21
➝ E51
➝ E56
➝ E24
➝ E61
➝ E63
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•
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D-Lighting1
Filter effects1
Slide show
Rotate image1
Voice memo1
Sequence display options
Favorite pictures2
➝ E20
➝ E22
➝ E55
➝ E58
➝ E59
➝ E63
➝ E7
This operation is not available when only a key picture is displayed. Display the images in the
sequence individually and then press the d button.
2
If the d button is pressed when only a key picture displayed, the same settings can be applied
to all images in that sequence. Press the d button after displaying individual images to apply
settings to each displayed image.
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Quick retouch1
Skin softening1
Print order2
Protect2
Small picture1
Copy2
Choose key picture
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Deleting Images in a Sequence
If Sequence display options (E63) in the playback menu is set to Key picture only,
images to be deleted vary as described below. To display the screen for selecting the deletion
method, press the l button.
• If only key pictures are displayed for sequences when the l button is pressed:
- Current image: When a key picture is selected, all images in that sequence are deleted.
- Erase selected images: When a key picture is selected in the erase selected images
screen (A 33), all pictures in the sequence are deleted.
- All images: All images are deleted, including the sequence represented by the
currently displayed key picture.
• If the k button has been pressed and each individual image in the sequence is displayed
before pressing the l button:
Deletion methods change as follows.
- Current image: The image currently displayed is deleted.
- Erase selected images: When multiple images in the sequence are selected in the
erase selected images screen (A 33), the selected images are deleted.
- Entire sequence: All images in the sequence, including the image currently displayed,
are deleted.
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Editing Still Images
Editing Features
You can use the following features to edit your images. Edited images are saved as separate
files (E93).
Editing function
Description
D-Lighting (E20)
Allows you to create a copy of the current image with enhanced
brightness and contrast, brightening dark portions of the image.
Skin softening (E21)
Allows you to make the skin tones in people’s faces smoother.
Filter effects (E22)
Digital filter effects are available to apply a variety of effects to images.
Effect types include Soft, Selective color, Cross screen, Miniature
effect, and Painting.
Small picture (E24)
Allows you to create a small copy of images suitable for use as e-mail
attachments.
Crop (E25)
Allows you to crop a portion of the image. Use to zoom in on a subject
or arrange a composition.
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Quick retouch (E19)
Allows you to easily create retouched copies in which contrast and
saturation have been enhanced.
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Notes About Image Editing
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•
•
•
Images captured at an Image mode (E39) setting of g 4608×2592 cannot be edited.
Images captured with another make or model of digital camera cannot be edited.
Images captured using Easy panorama (A 42) or 3D photography (A 44) cannot be edited.
If no people’s faces are detected in an image, a copy cannot be created using the skin softening
function (E21).
• When using another make or model of digital camera, images edited with this camera may not be
displayed properly and may not be able to be transferred to a computer.
• Editing functions are not available when there is not enough free space in the internal memory or
on the memory card.
• To edit an individual image in a sequence of images (E14) when only the key picture is
displayed, perform one of the following procedures:
- Press the k button to display a sequence of images as individual images and select an image in
the sequence.
- Set Sequence display options (E63) in the playback menu to Individual pictures to
display them as individual images and select an image.
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Restrictions on Image Editing
When an edited copy is further modified with another editing function, check the following
restrictions.
Editing function used
Editing functions that can be added
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Quick retouch
D-Lighting
Filter effects
The skin softening, small picture, or crop function can be used.
The quick retouch, D-Lighting, and filter effects functions cannot be
used together.
Skin softening
The quick retouch, D-Lighting, filter effects, small picture, or crop
function can be used.
Small picture
Crop
Another editing function cannot be added.
• Copies created with editing functions cannot be further edited with the same function used to
create them.
• When combining the small picture or crop function and another editing function, use the small
picture and crop functions after other editing functions have been applied.
• You can apply skin softening to images that were captured using skin softening (E49).
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Original and Edited Images
• Copies created with editing functions are not deleted if the original images are deleted. The
original images are not deleted if copies created with editing functions are deleted.
• Edited copies are saved with the same shooting date and time as the original.
• Print order (E51) and protect settings (E56) do not remain effective in edited copies.
k Quick Retouch: Enhancing Contrast and Saturation
Press the c button (playback mode) M d button M k Quick retouch M k button
Press the multi selector H or I to select the
amount of effect applied and then press the
k button.
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Normal
Amount
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• The original version is displayed on the left and an example of
the edited version is displayed on the right.
• To exit without saving the copy, press J.
• Copies created with this feature are indicated by s displayed
during playback.
Quick retouch
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File and Folder Names ➝ E93
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I D-Lighting: Enhancing Brightness and Contrast
Press the c button (playback mode) M d button M I D-Lighting M k button
You can create a copy of the current image with enhanced brightness and contrast,
brightening dark portions of the image.
Press the multi selector H or I to select OK and
then press the k button.
• The original version is displayed on the left and an example of
the edited version is displayed on the right.
• A new, edited copy is saved as a separate image.
• Copies created with this feature are indicated by c displayed
during playback.
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More Information
File and Folder Names ➝ E93
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D -Lighting
OK
Cancel
e Skin Softening: Softening Skin Tones
Press the c button (playback mode) M d button M e Skin softening M k button
The camera detects people’s faces in images and creates a copy with softer facial skin tones.
1
Press the multi selector H or I to select the
degree of softening and then press the k button.
• The confirmation dialog is displayed with the face to which
the effect was applied enlarged at the center of the
monitor.
• To exit without saving the copy, press J.
2
Check the preview of the copy, and then press
the k button.
Sk in softening
Normal
Amount
Preview
B
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• Skin tones of up to 12 faces, in the order of that closest to
the center of the frame, are softened.
• If more than one face was processed, press the multi
selector J or K to display a different face.
Back
• Press the d button to adjust the degree of softening.
The monitor display returns to that shown in step 1.
• Copies created with this feature are indicated by E displayed during playback.
Save
Notes About Skin Softening
Depending upon the direction in which faces are looking, or the brightness of faces, the camera may
be unable to accurately detect faces, or the skin softening function may not perform as expected.
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File and Folder Names ➝ E93
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p Filter Effects: Applying Digital Filter Effects
Press the c button (playback mode) M d button M p Filter effects M k button
Type
Description
Soft
Allows you to soften the image by adding a slight blur around the
center of the image. In images captured using face detection (A 67)
or pet detection (A 43), areas around faces are blurred.
Selective color
Allows you to keep one specified color in the image, and change the
other colors to black and white.
Cross screen
Allows you to produce star-like rays of light that radiate outward from
bright objects such as sunlight reflections or street lights. This effect is
suitable for night scenes.
Miniature effect
Allows you to make an image look like a miniature scene captured in
macro mode. This effect is well-suited for images captured from a
high vantage point with the main subject at the center of the image.
Painting
Allows you to give images a hand-painted appearance.
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Press the multi selector H or I to select the
filter effect type and then press the k button.
• When Cross screen, Miniature effect, or Painting is
selected, proceed to step 3.
Filter effec ts
Soft
Selec tive color
Cross screen
M iniature effec t
Painting
2
Adjust the effect and then press the k button.
• When using Soft: Press H or I to select the range of the
effect.
• When using Selective color: Press H or I to select the
color to be retained.
• Press J to return to the Filter effects selection screen
without making any changes.
Soft
Normal
Ex tent
Example: Soft
3
Confirm the effect and then press the k button.
Preview
• A new, edited copy is created.
• To exit without saving the copy, press J.
• Copies created with this feature are indicated by c
displayed during playback.
Back
Save
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More Information
File and Folder Names ➝ E93
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g Small Picture: Reducing the Size of an Image
Press the c button (playback mode) M d button M g Small picture M k button
You can create a small copy of the current image.
1
2
Press the multi selector H or I to select the
desired copy size and then press the k button.
Small pic ture
640 × 480
320 × 240
160 × 120
Select Yes and then press the k button.
• A new, edited copy is saved as a separate image with a
compression ratio of 1:16.
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Yes
No
• Copies created with this feature are smaller than other
images when displayed during playback, and are indicated
by the A icon.
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a Crop: Creating a Cropped Copy
You can create a copy containing only the portion visible in the monitor when u is
displayed with playback zoom (A 74) enabled.
1
Rotate the zoom control to g (i) in full-frame
playback mode (A 30) to zoom in on the
image.
• To crop an image displayed in “tall” (portrait) orientation,
zoom in on the image until the black bars displayed on the
both sides of the monitor disappear. The cropped image is
displayed in landscape orientation. To crop the image in its
current “tall” (portrait) orientation, first use the Rotate image
option (E58) to rotate the image so that it is displayed in landscape orientation. Next, enlarge
the image for cropping, crop the image, and then rotate the cropped image back to “tall”
(portrait) orientation.
2
Refine copy composition.
3
Press the d button.
4
Use the multi selector to select Yes, and then
press the k button.
• A new, cropped copy is saved as a separate image.
• Copies created with this feature are indicated by a
displayed during playback.
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• Rotate the zoom control to g (i) or f (h) to adjust the
zoom ratio.
• Press the multi selector H, I, J, or K to scroll the image
so that only the portion to be copied is visible in the
monitor.
Save this image as
displayed?
Yes
No
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• As the area to be saved is reduced, the image size (pixels) of the cropped copy is also reduced.
• Images cropped to an image size of 320 × 240 or 160 × 120 are
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Connecting the Camera to a TV (Viewing Images on a TV)
Connect the camera to a TV to play back images or movies on the TV.
If your TV is equipped with an HDMI jack, a commercially available HDMI cable can be used to
connect the camera to the TV.
1
2
Turn off the camera.
Connect the camera to the TV.
When using the included audio/video cable
Connect the yellow plug to the video-in jack and the white and red plugs to the audio-in jacks
on the TV.
Yellow White Red
Connect the plug to the HDMI jack on the TV.
HDMI mini connector (Type C)
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To HDMI jack
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3
Set the TV’s input to external video input.
• See your TV’s documentation for details.
4
Hold down the c button to turn on the
camera.
• The camera enters playback mode and images are
displayed on the TV.
• While connected to the TV, the camera monitor remains
off.
B
Notes About Connecting the HDMI Cable
An HDMI cable is not included. Use a commercially available HDMI cable to connect the camera to a
TV. The output terminal on this camera is an HDMI mini connector (type C). When purchasing an
HDMI cable, be sure that one end of the cable is an HDMI mini connector.
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B
Notes About Connecting the Cable
B
If the Images Are Not Displayed on the TV
• When connecting the cable, be sure that the camera connector is properly oriented, do not insert
the cable at an angle, and do not use excessive force. When disconnecting the cable, do not pull
the connector at an angle.
• Do not connect cables to the HDMI mini connector and to the USB/audio/video output connector
simultaneously.
Be sure that the camera’s TV settings (E84) in the setup menu matches the standard used by
your TV.
C
Using a TV Remote Control (HDMI Device Control)
The remote control of an HDMI-CEC-compatible TV can be used to control playback.
It can be used instead of the camera’s multi selector and zoom control to select images, start and
pause movie playback, switch between full-screen playback mode and 4-image thumbnail playback
mode, etc.
• Set the HDMI device control setting (E84) of TV settings to On (default setting) and then
connect the camera and TV using an HDMI cable.
• Aim the remote control at the TV when operating it.
• Refer to the TV’s operating instructions for information about the TV’s HDMI-CEC compatibility.
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Connecting the Camera to a Printer (Direct Print)
Users of PictBridge-compatible (F22) printers can connect the camera directly to the printer
and print images without using a computer. Follow the procedures below to print images.
Take pictures
Select images for printing and
number of copies using
Print order option (E51)
Connect to the printer (E30)
Print images one at a time
(E32)
Print multiple images (E34)
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When printing is complete, turn the camera off and disconnect the USB cable
E29
B
Notes About Power Source
• When connecting the camera to a printer, use batteries with a sufficient amount of charge
remaining to prevent the camera from turning off unexpectedly.
• You can use the AC Adapter EH-65A (available separately) to power the camera from an electrical
outlet. Do not use any other make or model of AC adapter as it may cause the camera to heat up
or malfunction.
C
Printing Images
In addition to printing images transferred to a computer from your personal printer and printing
over a direct camera-to-printer connection, the following options are also available for printing
images saved on the memory card:
• Inserting the memory card into a DPOF-compatible printer’s card slot
• Taking the memory card to a digital photo lab
When using these methods to print, you can use the Print order option in the playback menu to
specify which images will be printed and how many copies of each image will be printed, and save
these settings on the memory card (E51).
Connecting the Camera to a Printer
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1
Turn off the camera.
2
Turn on the printer.
E30
• Check printer settings.
3
Connect the camera to the printer using the included USB cable.
• Be sure that connectors are properly oriented, do not insert the cable at an angle, and do
not use excessive force. When disconnecting the cable, do not remove the cable at an
angle.
4
Turn on the camera.
• When properly connected, the PictBridge startup screen is displayed in the camera
monitor, followed by the Print selection screen.
Print selec tion
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Printing Individual Images
After properly connecting the camera to the printer (E30), follow the procedures described
below to print an image.
1
Use the multi selector to select the desired
image, and then press the k button.
Print selec tion
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• To make it easier to select images, rotate the zoom control
to f (h) to switch to 12-image thumbnail playback
mode. Rotate the zoom control to g (i) to switch to fullframe playback mode.
2
Select Copies and then press the k button.
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1 prints
Star t print
Copies
Paper size
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3
E32
Press the multi selector H or I to select the
desired number of copies (up to nine) and
then press the k button.
Copies
4
4
Select Paper size and then press the k button.
PictBridge
4 prints
Star t print
Copies
Paper size
5
Select the desired paper size, and then press
the k button.
• To specify paper size using settings on the printer, select
Default in the paper size option.
6
Select Start print and then press the k button.
Paper size
Default
3.5×5 in.
5×7 in.
A4
100×150 mm
4×6 in.
8×10 in.
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Star t print
Copies
Paper size
7
Printing begins.
• Monitor display returns to the print selection screen shown
in step 1 when printing is complete.
Printing
2 /
4
Cancel
Current number of copies/
total number of copies
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Printing Multiple Images
After properly connecting the camera to the printer (E30), follow the procedures described
below to print multiple images.
1
When the Print selection screen is displayed, press the d button.
2
Use the multi selector to select Paper size,
and then press the k button.
• To exit the print menu, press the d button.
3
Select the desired paper size, and then press
the k button.
• To specify paper size using settings on the printer, select
Default in the paper size option.
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E34
Select Print selection, Print all images, or
DPOF printing, and then press the k button.
Print menu
Print selection
Print all images
DPOF printing
Paper size
Paper size
Default
3.5×5 in.
5×7 in.
A4
100×150 mm
4×6 in.
8×10 in.
Print menu
Print selection
Print all images
DPOF printing
Paper size
Print selection
Select which images will be printed (up to 99) and
Print selec tion
10
how many copies of each image will be printed (up
to nine).
1
1
3
• Press the multi selector J or K to select images,
and then press H or I to set the number of
copies for each.
• Images selected for printing are indicated by y
Back
and the numeral indicating the number of copies
to be printed. If no copies have been specified for
images, the selection is canceled.
• Rotate the zoom control to g (i) to switch to full-frame playback mode. Rotate
the zoom control to f (h) to switch back to 12-image thumbnail playback
mode.
• Press the k button when setting is complete.
• When the screen shown on the right is displayed,
Print selec tion
select Start print and then press the k button
to start printing. Select Cancel and then press
1 0 prints
the k button to return to the print menu.
Star t print
Print all images
One copy of each image saved in the internal
memory, or on the memory card, is printed.
• When the screen shown on the right is displayed,
select Start print and then press the k button
to start printing. Select Cancel and then press
the k button to return to the print menu.
Print all images
1 8 prints
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Cancel
Star t print
Cancel
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DPOF printing
Print images for which a print order was created
using the Print order option (E51).
• When the screen shown on the right is displayed,
select Start print and then press the k button
to start printing. Select Cancel and then press
the k button to return to the print menu.
• To view the current print order, select View
images and then press the k button. To print
images, press the k button again.
DPOF printing
1 0 prints
Star t print
View images
Cancel
10
View images
Back
5
Printing begins.
• Monitor display returns to the print menu shown in step 2
when printing is complete.
Printing
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10
Cancel
Current number of copies/
total number of copies
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Paper Size
The camera supports the following paper sizes: Default (the default paper size for the printer
connected to the camera), 3.5×5 in., 5×7 in., 100×150 mm, 4×6 in., 8×10 in., Letter, A3, and A4.
Only sizes supported by the printer are displayed.
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Editing Movies
The desired portions of a recorded movie can be saved as a separate file (except movies
recorded using p iFrame 540 (960×540); E64).
1
2
Play back the desired movie and pause playback (A 95).
Press the multi selector J or K to select the
I control, and then press the k button.
• The movie edit screen is displayed.
1m30s
3
Press H or I to select the M control (choose
start point).
4
Press H or I to select N (choose end point).
• Press J or K to move the end point on the right edge to
the point where you want the movie to end.
• Select c (preview) and then press the k button to play
back the specified portion of the movie that will be saved.
While the preview is playing, rotate the zoom control to g
or f to adjust the volume. While the preview is playing
back, press the k button again to stop playback.
8m30s
Choose end point
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• When you start editing a movie, the frame displayed when
the movie was paused is the start point of the edit.
• Press the multi selector J or K to move the start point to
the point where you want the movie to start.
• To cancel editing, press H or I to select O (return), and
then press the k button.
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5
When the settings are finished, press H or I to select m Save and
then press the k button.
6
Select Yes and then press the k button.
• The edited movie is saved.
S ave O K ?
Yes
No
B
Notes About Movie Editing
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• In the following situations, I is not displayed in the controls and editing is not possible.
- When you try to trim a movie that was created by editing
A movie that was created by editing cannot be trimmed. To trim another area of the movie,
select and edit the original movie.
- When the battery level indicator is B
• Movies are trimmed in one-second intervals; therefore, the actual trimmed portion of the movie
may differ slightly from the selected start and end points. Movies cannot be trimmed so that they
are less than two seconds long.
• Editing functions are not available when there is not enough free space in the internal memory or
on the memory card.
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The Shooting Menu (for A (Auto) Mode)
Image Mode (Image Size and Quality)
Enter shooting mode M d button M Shooting menu M Image mode M k button
You can select the combination of image size and image quality (i.e., image compression
ratio) that is used when saving images.
Select the image mode best suited to the manner in which images are used and the capacity
of the internal memory or memory card.
Image mode*
Q 4608×3456P
P 4608×3456 (default setting)
R 3264×2448
r 2272×1704
Description
Images are higher quality than P. The compression ratio is
approx. 1:4.
Best choice in most situations. The compression ratio is
approx. 1:8.
Smaller size than P, R, and r and therefore allows more
images to be saved. The compression ratio is approx. 1:8.
O 640×480
Suited to full-screen display on a TV with an aspect ratio
(width:length) of 4:3, or distribution by e-mail. The compression
ratio is approx. 1:8.
g 4608×2592
Images with an aspect ratio (width:length) of 16:9 are saved.
The compression ratio is approx. 1:8.
* The total number of pixels captured, and the number of pixels captured horizontally and vertically.
Example: P 4608×3456 = approx. 16 megapixels, 4608×3456 pixels
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q 1600×1200
Notes About Image Mode
• The setting is also applied to other shooting modes.
• Some settings cannot be used with other functions (A 65).
• Image mode cannot be selected when using Easy panorama (A 42) or 3D photography
(A 44) in scene mode.
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Number of Images That Can Be Saved
The following table lists the approximate number of images that can be saved on a 4 GB memory
card. Note that due to JPEG compression, the number of images that can be saved varies greatly
depending on the composition of the image. In addition, this number varies depending on the
make of the memory card, even when the memory cards have the same specified capacity.
To confirm the number of images that can be saved in the internal memory (approx. 28 MB), remove
the memory card from the camera, and then check the number of remaining exposures displayed in
the monitor when shooting.
Image mode
Memory card1 (4 GB)
Print size2 (cm/in.)
Q 4608×3456P
470
39 × 29/15 × 11.5
P 4608×3456
860
39 × 29/15 × 11.5
R 3264×2448
1710
28 × 21/11 × 8
r 2272×1704
3600
19 × 14/7.5 × 5.6
6900
13 × 10/5.3 × 4
q 1600×1200
O 640×480
g 4608×2592
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28500
5 × 4/2 × 1.5
1160
39 × 22/15 × 8.5
If the number of exposures remaining is 10,000 or more, the number of exposures remaining
display shows “9999”.
2
Print size at an output resolution of 300 dpi.
Print sizes are calculated by dividing the number of pixels by printer resolution (dpi) and
multiplying by 2.54 cm (1 in.). However, at the same image size, images printed at higher
resolutions will be printed smaller than the size indicated, and those printed at lower resolutions
will be printed larger than the size indicated.
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White Balance (Adjusting Hue)
Enter A (auto) mode M d button M White balance M k button
The color of light reflected from an object varies with the color of the light source. The human
brain is able to adapt to changes in the color of the light source, with the result that white
objects appear white whether seen in the shade, direct sunlight, or under incandescent
lighting. Digital cameras can mimic this adjustment by processing images according to the
color of the light source. This is known as “white balance.” For natural colors, select a white
balance setting that matches the light source before shooting.
Although Auto (the default setting) can be used under most types of lighting, white balance
can be adjusted to suit the sky conditions or light source and achieve more natural color
tones in the image.
Option
Description
a Auto (default setting) White balance is automatically adjusted to suit lighting conditions.
Use when shooting under unusual lighting (E42).
Use when shooting outdoors in direct sunlight.
d Incandescent
Use when shooting under incandescent lighting.
e Fluorescent
Use when shooting under fluorescent lighting.
f Cloudy
Use when shooting under overcast skies.
g Flash
Use when shooting with the flash.
The icon for the current setting is displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting
mode (A 8). No icon is displayed when Auto is selected.
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b Preset manual
c Daylight
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Using Preset Manual
Preset manual is used with mixed lighting or to compensate for light sources with a strong
color cast when the desired effect has not been achieved with white balance settings like
Auto and Incandescent (for example, to make images shot under a lamp with a red shade
look as though they had been shot under white light).
Use the procedure below to measure the white balance value under the lighting used when
shooting.
1
Prepare a white or gray-colored subject, and then place it under the
lighting that is used when shooting.
2
Display the shooting menu (A 63), use the
multi selector to select b Preset manual in
the White balance menu, and then press the
k button.
• The camera zooms in to the position for measuring white
balance.
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E42
Select Measure.
• To apply the most recently measured white balance value,
select Cancel and then press the k button. The white
balance setting is not measured again and the most
recently measured value is set.
White balance
Auto
Preset manual
Daylight
Incandescent
Fluorescent
Cloudy
Flash
Preset manual
Cancel
Measure
4
Frame the reference object in the measuring
window.
Preset manual
Cancel
Measure
Measuring window
5
Press the k button to measure a value for preset manual.
• The shutter is released and the new white-balance value is set. No image is saved.
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Notes About White Balance
• Some settings cannot be used with other functions (A 65).
• When white balance is set to any setting other than Auto and Flash, lower the flash (A 5).
B
Notes About Preset Manual
A value for flash lighting cannot be measured with Preset manual. When shooting using the flash,
set White balance to Auto or Flash.
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Continuous Shooting
Enter A (auto) mode M d button M Continuous M k button
You can change settings to continuous or BSS (best shot selector).
Option
Description
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U Single
(default setting)
One picture is taken each time the shutter-release button is pressed.
C Continuous
While the shutter-release button is held all the way down, about 4 images
are captured continuously at a rate of about 1.9 fps (when Image mode is
set to P 4608×3456). Shooting ends when the shutter-release button is
released.
D BSS
(best shot selector)
The “best shot selector” is recommended when shooting with the flash off
or the camera zoomed in, or in other situations in which inadvertent
motion can result in blurred images.
When BSS is on, the camera captures up to 10 images while the shutterrelease button is held down. The sharpest image in the series is
automatically selected and saved.
• BSS is best suited to shooting subjects that are not moving. When
shooting moving subjects or when the composition of the picture
changes while shooting, the desired results may not be achieved.
W Multi-shot 16
Each time the shutter-release button is pressed all
the way down, the camera takes 16 shots at a rate
of about 30 fps and arranges them in a single
image.
• Images are captured with the Image mode fixed
at L (image size is 2560 × 1920 pixels).
• Digital zoom cannot be used.
The icon for the current setting is displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting
mode (A 8). No icon is displayed when Single is selected.
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Notes About Continuous Shooting
• When a setting other than Single is selected, flash cannot be used. Focus, exposure, and white
balance are fixed at the values determined with the first image in each series.
• It may take some time to save the images after shooting. The amount of time it takes to finish
saving the images depends on the number of images, image mode, the write speed of the
memory card, etc.
• When ISO sensitivity increases, noise may appear in captured images.
• The frame rate with continuous shooting may vary depending upon the current image mode
setting, the memory card used, or shooting condition.
• When Continuous is set to Multi-shot 16, banding or variance in brightness or hue may occur in
images that were captured under lighting that flickers at high speeds, such as fluorescent,
mercury-vapor, or sodium-vapor lighting.
• Some settings cannot be used with other functions (A 65).
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Images Captured Using “Continuous”
Each series of images captured is saved as a “sequence” (E14).
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• Subjects Not Suitable for Autofocus ➝ A 72
• Viewing and Deleting Images Captured Continuously (Sequence) ➝ E14
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ISO Sensitivity
Enter A (auto) mode M d button M ISO sensitivity M k button
When ISO sensitivity is increased, less light is needed when taking pictures.
Higher ISO sensitivity allows darker subjects to be captured. Additionally, even with subjects
of similar brightness, pictures can be taken at faster shutter speeds, and blurring caused by
camera shake and subject movement can be reduced.
• Although higher ISO sensitivity is effective when shooting darker subjects, shooting
without the flash, shooting while using the zoom, etc., images may contain noise.
Option
Description
a Auto
(default setting)
Sensitivity is ISO 125 when there is sufficient lighting; the
camera compensates by raising sensitivity to a maximum of ISO
1600 when lighting is dim.
125, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200
Sensitivity is fixed at the specified value.
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The icon for the current setting is displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting
mode (A 8).
• When Auto is selected, the E icon is not displayed at ISO 125, but is displayed if the ISO
sensitivity automatically increases to more than 125.
B
Notes About ISO Sensitivity
• Some settings cannot be used with other functions (A 65).
• When ISO sensitivity is locked, Motion detection (E77) does not function.
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Color Options
Enter A (auto) mode M d button M Color options M k button
You can adjust the colors when images are saved.
Option
Description
n Standard color
(default setting)
Use to achieve natural colors in your images.
o Vivid color
Use to achieve vivid colors in your images.
p Black-and-white
Use to save images in black-and-white.
q Sepia
Use to save images in sepia tones.
r Cyanotype
Use to save images in cyan-blue monochrome.
The icon for the current setting is displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting
mode (A 8). When Standard color is selected, no icon is displayed. Color tones shown in
the monitor when shooting change according to the selected color option.
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B
Notes About Color Options
Some settings cannot be used with other functions (A 65).
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AF Area Mode
Enter A (auto) mode M d button M AF area mode M k button
You can set how the focus area is determined for autofocus.
Option
Description
The camera focuses on the subject in
the center of the frame.
The focus area is always displayed in
the center of the frame.
y Center
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860
Focus area
When the camera detects the main
subject, it focuses on that subject.
➝ “Target Finding AF” (A 69)
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M Target finding AF
(default setting)
1/250
F 3.3
Focus area
B
Notes About AF Area Mode
• When the digital zoom is in effect, the camera focuses on the subject in the center of the frame
regardless of the applied AF area mode option.
• In some rare cases of shooting subjects for which autofocus does not perform as expected
(A 72), the subject may not be in focus.
• Some settings cannot be used with other functions (A 65).
• When target finding AF is selected and the camera does not focus on the desired subject, set
AF area mode to Center. You can also use focus lock (A 71) and try shooting again.
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The Smart Portrait Menu
• See “Image Mode (Image Size and Quality)” (E39) for information about Image mode.
Skin Softening
Enter smart portrait mode M d button M Skin softening M k button
You can change skin softening settings.
Option
Description
When the shutter is released, the camera detects one or more person’s
e On (default setting) faces (up to three), and processes the image to soften facial skin tones
before saving the image.
k Off
Turns skin softening off.
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The icon for the current setting is displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting
mode (A 8). No icon is displayed when Off is selected. The results of the effect cannot be
confirmed when shooting. Check the degree of skin softening performed in playback mode.
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Smile Timer
Enter smart portrait mode M d button M Smile timer M k button
The camera detects people’s faces and then automatically releases the shutter whenever a
smile is detected.
Option
Description
a On (default setting)
Enables the smile timer.
k Off
Turns the smile timer off.
The icon for the current setting is displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting
mode (A 8). No icon is displayed when Off is selected.
Blink Proof
Enter smart portrait mode M d button M Blink proof M k button
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The camera automatically releases the shutter twice each time a picture is taken. Of the two
shots, the image in which the subject’s eyes are more open compared to the other shot is saved.
Option
Description
y On
Enables the blink proof.
Flash cannot be used when On is
selected.
If the camera saved an image in
which the subjects eyes may have
been closed, the dialog shown on
the right is displayed for a few
seconds.
k Off (default setting)
Turns the blink proof off.
A blink was detec ted in the
pic ture just taken.
The icon for the current setting is displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting
mode (A 8). No icon is displayed when Off is selected.
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The Playback Menu
• See “Editing Still Images” (E17) for information about image editing features.
• See “Favorite Pictures Mode” (E7) for information about Favorite pictures and
Remove from favorites.
a Print Order (Creating a DPOF Print Order)
Press the c button (playback mode) M d button M a Print order M k button
When printing images saved on the memory card using any of the following methods, the
Print order option in the playback menu is used to create digital “print orders.”
• Inserting the memory card into a DPOF-compatible (F21) printer’s card slot.
• Taking the memory card to a digital photo lab.
• Connecting the camera to a PictBridge-compatible (F22) printer (E29). A print order
can also be created for images saved in the internal memory if the memory card is
removed from the camera.
Use the multi selector to select Select images,
and then press the k button.
• In favorite pictures, auto sort, or list by date mode, the screen
shown on the right is not displayed.
Proceed to step 2.
Print order
Select images
Delete print order
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2
Select images (up to 99) and the number of
copies (up to nine) of each.
Print selec tion
1
1
3
• Press the multi selector J or K to select images, and then
press H or I to set the number of copies for each.
• Images selected for printing are indicated by y and the
numeral indicating the number of copies to be printed. If no
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copies have been specified for images, the selection is
canceled.
• Rotate the zoom control to g (i) to switch to full-frame playback mode. Rotate the zoom
control to f (h) to switch back to 12-image thumbnail playback mode.
• Press the k button when setting is complete.
3
Select whether or not to print shooting date
and shooting information.
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• Select Date and press the k button to print the shooting
date on all images in the print order.
• Select Info and press the k button to print shooting
information (shutter speed and aperture value) on all
images in the print order.
• Select Done and press the k button to complete the print
order.
Images selected for printing are indicated by a during
playback.
Print order
Done
Date
Info
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Notes About Printing Shooting Date and Shooting Information
When the Date and Info settings are enabled in the print order option, shooting date and shooting
information are printed on images when a DPOF-compatible printer (F21) that supports printing
of shooting date and shooting information is used.
• Shooting information cannot be printed when the camera is connected to a DPOF-compatible
printer via the included USB cable (E36).
• Note that Date and Info settings are reset each time the Print order option is displayed.
• The date printed is that saved when the image was captured.
Changing the camera’s date using the Date and time or Time
zone in the Time zone and date option in the setup menu after
an image has been captured has no effect on the date printed on
the image.
15.11.2012
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Notes About Print Order
• Print orders cannot be created for images captured using 3D photography in scene mode.
• When a print order is created in favorite pictures mode, auto sort mode, or list by date mode, the
screen shown below is displayed if images other than those in the selected album, category, or
shooting date have been marked for printing.
- If you select Yes, print order settings for other images are not changed and only the current
print order settings are changed.
- Select No to remove print marking from previously marked images and restrict the print order to
images in the selected category or captured on the selected shooting date.
Print order
Print order
Save print marking for other
images?
Save print marking for other
dates?
Yes
No
Yes
No
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Favorite pictures mode or
List by date mode
auto sort mode
If the total number of the images in a print order exceeds 99, the screen shown below is displayed.
- Select Yes to remove images previously added from the print order and restrict the print order
to images just marked.
- Select Cancel to remove the images just added from the print order and restrict the print order
to images previously marked.
Print order
C
Print order
Too many images selected.
Remove print marking from
other images?
Too many images selected.
Remove print marking for
other dates?
Yes
Cancel
Yes
Cancel
Favorite pictures mode or
auto sort mode
List by date mode
Canceling Existing Print Order
Select Delete print order in step 1 (E51) of “a Print Order (Creating a DPOF Print Order)” and
then press the k button to remove print marking from all images and cancel the print order.
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Print Date
When shooting date and time are imprinted on images using the Print date option (E75) in the
setup menu, images are saved with shooting date and time imprinted on the image when they are
captured. Images with the date imprinted on them can be printed from printers that do not support
printing of the date on images.
Only the date and time imprinted on images with the print date option are printed, even if the Print
order date option is enabled.
b Slide Show
Press the c button (playback mode) M d button M b Slide show M k button
You can play back images, saved in the internal memory or on a memory card, one by one in
an automated “slide show.”
1
Use the multi selector to select Start, and
then press the k button.
2
Pause
Star t
Frame intvl
Loop
3s
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• To change the interval between images, select Frame
intvl, select the desired interval time, and then press the
k button before selecting Start.
• To repeat the slide show automatically, select Loop and
then press the k button before selecting Start. The check
mark (w) is added to the loop option when enabled.
Slide show
The slide show begins.
• While the slide show is in progress, press the multi selector
K or I to display the next image or J or H to display the
previous image. Hold down either button to fast forward or
rewind.
• To end or pause the slide show, press the k button.
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3
End the slide show or restart it.
• The display at right appears when the last slide is displayed
or the show is paused. Highlight G and press k to return
to Step 1, or select F to restart the show.
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Notes About Slide Show
• Only the first frame of movies is displayed.
• When Key picture only is selected as the method to display sequences (E14), only the key
picture is displayed.
• Images captured using easy panorama (A 42, E3) are displayed full-frame when played in a
slide show. They do not scroll.
• The maximum playback time is up to about 30 minutes even if Loop is enabled (E81).
d Protect
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Press the c button (playback mode) M d button M d Protect M k button
You can protect selected images from accidental deletion.
Select images to protect or cancel protection for previously protected images from the image
selection screen.
➝ “The Image Selection Screen” (E57)
Note that formatting the camera’s internal memory or the memory card permanently deletes
protected files (E82).
Protected images are indicated by s during playback (A 11).
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The Image Selection Screen
When using one of the following features, a screen like that
shown on the right is displayed when selecting images.
• Print order > Select images (E51)
• Protect (E56)
• Rotate image (E58)
• Copy > Selected images (E61)
• Choose key picture (E63)
• Favorite pictures (E7)
• Remove from favorites (E9)
• Welcome screen > Select an image (E69)
• Delete > Erase selected images (A 33)
Follow the procedures described below to select images.
1
Press the multi selector J or K to select an
image.
2
Press H or I to select or deselect (or to
specify the number of copies).
Back
ON/OFF
Protec t
Back
ON/OFF
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• Rotate the zoom control (A 2) to g (i) to switch to fullframe playback or f (h) to switch to 12-thumbnail
display.
• Only one image can be selected for Rotate image,
Choose key picture, and Welcome screen. Proceed to
step 3.
Protec t
Protec t
• When an image is selected, y is displayed with the image.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to select additional images.
Back
3
ON/OFF
Press the k button to apply image selection.
• When Selected images is selected, a confirmation dialog is displayed. Follow the
instructions displayed in the monitor.
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f Rotate Image
Press the c button (playback mode) M d button M f Rotate image M k button
After shooting, you can specify the orientation (i.e., portrait or landscape) in which saved
images are displayed.
Still images can be rotated 90 degrees clockwise or 90 degrees counterclockwise.
When you select an image you want to rotate in the image selection screen (E57), the
Rotate image screen is displayed. You can then rotate the image 90 degrees by pressing the
multi selector J or K.
Back
Rotate image
Rotate image
Rotate image
Rotate
Rotate 90 degrees
counterclockwise
Back
Rotate
Back
Rotate
Rotate 90 degrees
clockwise
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When you press the k button, the displayed orientation is applied, and the orientation
information is saved with the image.
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Notes About Image Rotation
• This camera cannot rotate images captured with another make or model of digital camera, or
images captured with 3D photography (A 44).
• Images captured in sequence cannot be rotated when only the key pictures are displayed for
them. First display the images individually, and then rotate the desired image (E14).
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E Voice Memo
Press the c button (playback mode) M select an image M d button M
E Voice memo M k button
You can use the camera’s microphone to record voice memos for images.
• The voice memo recording screen is displayed for images that do not have a voice memo,
and the voice memo playback screen is displayed for images that have a voice memo (i.e.,
images that display p in full-frame playback mode).
Recording Voice Memos
• Press and hold the k button to record a voice memo (up to
about 20 seconds).
• Do not touch the microphone during recording.
Back
20s
17s
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• During recording, o and p flash in the monitor.
• When recording ends, the voice memo playback screen is
displayed.
• Press the multi selector J before or after recording a voice
memo to return to the playback menu. Press the d button
to exit the playback menu.
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Playing Voice Memos
p is displayed for images with a voice memo when in fullframe playback mode.
• Press the k button to play the voice memo. Press the
button again to stop playback.
• Rotate the zoom control to g or f during playback to
adjust playback volume.
• Press the multi selector J before or after playing back a
voice memo to return to the playback menu. Press the
d button to exit the playback menu.
20s
Back
Deleting Voice Memos
Press the l button while the screen in “Playing Voice Memos”
is displayed.
Press the multi selector H or I to select Yes, and then press
the k button. Only the voice memo is deleted.
File will be deleted. OK?
Yes
No
B
Notes About Voice Memos
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• When an image with a voice memo attached is deleted, both the image and its voice memo are
deleted.
• You cannot delete voice memos attached to protected images (E56).
• Voice memos cannot be recorded for an image that already has a voice memo attached to it. The
current voice memo must be deleted before a new voice memo can be recorded.
• This camera cannot attach voice memos to images captured with another make or model of
digital camera.
• Voice memos cannot be recorded for images captured in sequence when only the key pictures
are displayed for sequences of images. First display the images individually, and then record voice
memos (E14).
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More Information
File and Folder Names ➝ E93
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h Copy (Copy Between Internal Memory and Memory Card)
Press the c button (playback mode) M d button M h Copy M k button
You can copy images between the internal memory and a memory card. You can also copy
movies.
1
Use the multi selector to select a destination
option to which images are copied, and then
press the k button.
Copy
Camera to card
Card to camera
• Camera to card: Copies images from internal memory to
memory card.
• Card to camera: Copies images from memory card to
internal memory.
2
Select a copy option, and then press the
k button.
Selec ted images
All images
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• Selected images: Copies images selected from the image
selection screen (E57).
• All images: Copies all images.
Camera to card
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Notes About Copying Images
• JPEG, MOV, WAV, and MPO files can be copied.
• If voice memos (E59) are attached to images selected for copying, the voice memos are copied
with the images.
• Operation is not guaranteed with images captured with another make of camera or that have
been modified on a computer.
• When copying images for which Print order (E51) options are enabled, the print order settings
are not copied. However, when copying images for which Protect (E56) is enabled, the protect
setting is copied.
• Images or movies copied from the internal memory or a memory card cannot be displayed in auto
sort mode (E11).
• If an image added to an album (E7) is copied, the copied image is not added to the album.
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Notes About Copying Images in a Sequence
• If you select a key picture of a sequence in Selected images when only the key picture is
displayed for the sequence (E14), all images in the sequence are copied.
• If you press the d button and select Current sequence after you press the k button and
display images in a sequence as individual images, all images in the sequence are copied.
• If you press the k button and display images in a sequence as individual images, only Card to
camera (memory card to internal memory) image copy is available.
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If “Memory contains no images.” Is Displayed
If a memory card that contains no images is inserted into the camera, Memory contains no
images. is displayed when the camera is switched to playback mode. Press the d button to
display the copy options screen, and copy the images saved in the camera’s internal memory to the
memory card.
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More Information
File and Folder Names ➝ E93
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C Sequence Display Options
Press the c button (playback mode) M d button M C Sequence display options M
k button
Select the method used to display a series of images shot continuously (sequence; E14)
when viewing them in full-frame playback mode (A 30) or in thumbnail playback mode
(A 75).
Settings are applied to all sequences, and the setting is saved in the camera’s memory even if
the camera is turned off.
Option
Description
Individual pictures
Set all pictures in all sequences to be displayed individually.
F is displayed on the playback screen (A 10).
Key picture only
(default setting)
Set all sequences to be displayed using their key pictures only.
Press the c button (playback mode) M select an image in a sequence M d button
M N Choose key picture M k button
When Sequence display options is set to Key picture only, the key picture displayed in
full-frame playback mode (A 30) and thumbnail playback mode (A 75) can be set for each
sequence of images.
• When changing this setting, before pressing the d button, first select the desired
sequence using full-frame playback mode or thumbnail playback mode.
• When the key picture selection screen is displayed, select an image. ➝ “The Image
Selection Screen” (E57)
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N Choose Key Picture
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The Movie Menu
Movie Options
Enter shooting mode M d button M e tab M Movie options M k button
You can select the desired movie option for recording movies.
Larger image sizes and faster movie bitrates produce greater image quality and larger movie
file sizes.
• The movie bitrate is the volume of movie data recorded per second. Variable bitrate (VBR)
encoding is used to automatically adjust the bitrate depending on the subject being
recorded. When recording movies of subjects with large amounts of motion, the file size
increases.
• Maximum Movie Recording Time ➝ A 92
• When recording normal speed movies, select one of the normal speed movie options, and
when recording in slow motion or fast motion, select one of the HS movie options (E65).
Normal Speed Movie Options
Option
Movie bitrate
Description
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d HD 1080pP
(1920×1080)
(default setting)
Approx. 18 Mbps
Movies with an aspect ratio (width:length) of
16:9 are recorded.
e HD 1080p
(1920×1080)
Approx. 12.3 Mbps
Movies with an aspect ratio (width:length) of
16:9 are recorded.
f HD 720p
(1280×720)
Approx. 9 Mbps
Movies with an aspect ratio (width:length) of
16:9 are recorded.
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Option
Movie bitrate
Description
p iFrame 540
(960×540)
Approx. 20.7 Mbps
Movies with an aspect ratio (width:length) of
16:9 are recorded. A format supported by Apple
Inc.
Movies cannot be edited (E37).
When recording movies to the internal
memory, recording may stop unexpectedly in
some shooting conditions. When recording
movies of important events, recording to a
memory card (class 6 or higher) is
recommended.
g VGA
(640×480)
Approx. 2.9 Mbps
Movies with an aspect ratio (width:length) of 4:3
are recorded.
• The frame rate is approx. 30 frames per second for all options.
HS Movie Options
Option
Movie bitrate
Description
Approx. 6.1 Mbps
j HS 15 fps
(1920×1080)
Approx. 12.3 Mbps
2× speed fast motion movies with a 16:9 aspect
ratio (width:length) are recorded.
• Max. recording time: two minutes (playback
time: one minute)
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i HS 60 fps
(1280×720)
1/2-speed slow motion movies with a 16:9
aspect ratio (width:length) are recorded.
• Max. recording time: 30 seconds (playback
time: one minute)
More Information
File and Folder Names ➝ E93
E65
Recording Movies in Slow Motion and Fast Motion (HS Movie)
Enter shooting mode M d button M D tab M Movie options M k button
HS (high speed) movies can be recorded. Movies recorded using an HS movie option can be
played back in slow motion at 1/2 of normal playback speed, or played back in fast motion at
a speed two times faster than normal speed.
1
Press the multi selector H or I to select an
HS movie option (E65) and then press the
k button.
• Press the d button after changing the settings and
return to the shooting screen.
2
Press the b (e movie-record) button to start
recording.
Movie options
HD 1080p (1920×1080)
HD 1080p (1920×1080)
HD 720p (1280×720)
iFrame 540 (960×540)
VGA (640×480)
HS 60 fps (1280×720)
HS 15 fps (1920×1080)
HS movie options
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• Movie recording begins after the monitor briefly turns off.
• The maximum recording time display indicates the
maximum recording time for HS movies.
15s
3
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Press the b (e movie-record) button to end recording.
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Notes About HS Movie
• Sound is not recorded.
• Zoom position, focus, exposure, and white balance are locked when you press the b (e movierecord) button to start recording a movie.
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HS Movie
Recorded movies are played back at about 30 frames per second.
When Movie options (E64) is set to i HS 60 fps (1280×720), you can record movies that
can be played back in slow motion. When set to j HS 15 fps (1920×1080), movies that can be
played back in fast motion at a speed two times faster than normal speed can be recorded.
When i HS 60 fps (1280×720) is selected:
Movies are recorded at high speeds for up to 30 seconds, and are played back in slow motion at a
speed two times slower than normal speed.
Recording
30 s
Playback
1 min
Slow motion playback (no sound)
Recording
Playback
2 min
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When j HS 15 fps (1920×1080) is selected:
Movies of up to two minutes in length are recorded when recording for the purpose of high-speed
playback. Movies are played back two times faster than normal speed.
1 min
Fast motion playback (no sound)
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Autofocus Mode
Enter shooting mode M d button M e tab M Autofocus mode M k button
You can select how the camera focuses in movie mode.
Option
Description
A Single AF
(default setting)
Focus is locked when the b (e movie-record) button is pressed to
start recording.
Select this option when the distance between the camera and the
subject remains fairly consistent.
B Full-time AF
Camera focuses continuously.
Select this option when the distance between the camera and subject
changes significantly during recording. The sound of the camera focusing
may be heard in the recorded movie. Use of Single AF is recommended to
prevent the sound of the camera focusing from interfering with recording.
• When an HS movie option is selected in Movie options, the setting is fixed at Single AF.
Wind Noise Reduction
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Enter shooting mode M d button M e tab M Wind noise reduction M k button
You can select the wind noise reduction setting used when recording movies.
Option
Y On
Description
Reduces the sound heard when wind passes over the microphone.
Use when recording movies in locations with strong winds. Other
sounds may become difficult to hear during playback.
k Off (default setting) Wind noise reduction is disabled.
• The icon for the current setting is displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting
mode (A 8). No icon is displayed when Off is selected.
• When an HS movie option is selected in Movie options, the setting is fixed at Off.
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The Setup Menu
Welcome Screen
d button M z tab M Welcome screen M k button
You can configure the welcome screen that is displayed when you turn on the camera.
Option
Description
COOLPIX
The camera displays a welcome screen and enters shooting or
playback mode.
Select an image
Displays an image selected for the welcome screen. When the image
selection screen is displayed, select an image (E57) and then press
the k button.
• As the selected image is saved by the camera, it is displayed when
the camera is turned on even if the original image is deleted.
• Images captured at an Image mode (E39) setting of
g 4608×2592, images captured using Easy panorama (A 42)
or 3D photography (A 44), and images created by using small
picture (E24) or crop (E25) that are 320 × 240 or smaller,
cannot be selected.
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None (default setting)
The camera enters shooting or playback mode without displaying
the welcome screen.
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Time Zone and Date
d button M z tab M Time zone and date M k button
You can set the camera clock.
Option
Date and time
Description
Allows you to set the camera’s clock to the
current date and time.
Use the multi selector to set each item
displayed on the screen.
• Select an item: Press K or J (changes
between D, M, Y, hour, minute).
• Edit the highlighted item: Press H or I.
• Apply the setting: Select the minute
setting and then press the k button.
Date and time
D
M
Y
01
01
2012
00
00
Edit
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Date format
The available date formats are Year/Month/Day, Month/Day/Year, and
Day/Month/Year.
Time zone
Home time zone (w) can be specified and daylight saving time can be
enabled or disabled. When the travel destination (x) is selected, the time
difference between the travel destination and the home time zone (w) is
automatically calculated and the date and time in the selected region are
saved. This can be useful when travelling.
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Selecting the Travel Destination Time Zone
1
Use the multi selector to select Time zone,
and then press the k button.
Time zone and date
15/11/2012 15:30
London, Casablanca
Date and time
Date format
Time zone
2
Select x Travel destination and then press
the k button.
• The date and time displayed in the monitor changes
according to the region currently selected.
D/M/Y
Time zone
London, Casablanca
15/11/2012 15:30
Home time zone
Travel destination
3
Press K.
• The travel destination screen is displayed.
Time zone
15/11/2012 15:30
Home time zone
Travel destination
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London, Casablanca
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4
Press J or K to select the travel destination
time zone.
• If daylight saving time is in effect, press H to enable
daylight saving time function. W is displayed at the top of
the monitor and the camera clock is advanced one hour.
Press I to disable the daylight saving time.
• Press the k button to apply the travel destination time
zone.
• For other time zones, set the camera clock to local time
using the Date and time setting.
• While the travel destination time zone is selected, Z is
displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting
mode.
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10:30
–05:00
New York
Toronto
Lima
Back
Time zone
New York , Toronto, Lima
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Home time zone
Travel destination
w Home Time Zone
• To switch to the home time zone, select w Home time zone in step 2, and then press the
k button.
• To change the home time zone, select w Home time zone in step 2, and then complete steps 3
and 4.
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Daylight Saving Time
When daylight saving time starts or ends, turn the daylight saving time function on or off from the
time zone selection screen displayed in step 4.
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Imprinting Date on Images
Enable date imprint from the Print date option (E75) in the setup menu after the date and time
have been set. When the Print date option is enabled, images are saved with shooting date
imprinted on them.
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Monitor Settings
d button M z tab M Monitor settings M k button
You can set the options below.
Option
Description
Photo info
Select information displayed in the monitor during shooting and playback.
Image review
This setting determines whether or not the captured image is displayed
immediately after shooting. The default setting is On.
Brightness
Select from 5 settings for monitor brightness. The default setting is 3.
Photo Info
You can select whether or not the photo information is displayed in the monitor.
Shooting mode
Playback mode
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Auto info
(default setting)
4/
4
The same information as in Show info is displayed. If no operations are
performed after a few seconds, the display is the same as Hide info. The
information is displayed again when an operation is performed.
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Show info
Hide info
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Shooting mode
Playback mode
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Framing
grid+auto info
29m 0s
860
In addition to information shown
with Auto info, a framing grid is
displayed to help frame pictures.
The framing grid is not displayed
when recording movies.
4/
4
The same information as in Auto
info is displayed.
The same information as in Auto
info is displayed.
29m 0s
Movie
frame+auto info
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860
In addition to information shown
with Auto info, a frame that
represents the area that is captured
when recording movies is displayed
before recording begins.
The movie frame is not displayed
when recording movies.
Battery Level
When the battery level is low, B is always displayed regardless of the Photo info setting.
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Print Date (Imprinting Date and Time)
d button M z tab M Print date M k button
The shooting date and time can be imprinted on the images
when shooting, allowing the information to be printed even
from printers that do not support date printing (E53).
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Option
Description
f Date
Date is imprinted on images.
S Date and time
Date and time are imprinted on images.
k Off (default setting)
Date and time are not imprinted on images.
The icon for the current setting is displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting
mode (A 8). No icon is displayed when Off is selected.
Notes About Print Date
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Print Date and Print Order
• Imprinted dates form a permanent part of image data and cannot be deleted. The date and time
cannot be imprinted on images after they have been captured.
• The date cannot be imprinted in the following situations:
- When using Night portrait (when Hand-held is selected), Easy panorama, Pet portrait
(when Continuous is selected), or 3D photography in scene mode
- When recording movies
• Dates imprinted at an Image mode setting (E39) of O 640×480 may be difficult to read. Select
an Image mode setting of q 1600×1200 or larger when using print date.
• The date is saved using the format selected in the setup menu’s Time zone and date option
(A 18, E70).
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B
When printing with a DPOF-compatible printer that can print the shooting date and shooting
information, you can use the Print order option (E51) to print this information in images, even if
the Print date function was set to Off at the time of shooting.
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Vibration Reduction
d button M z tab M Vibration reduction M k button
You can select the vibration reduction setting used when shooting. Vibration reduction
allows you to reduce the effects of camera shake, which commonly occurs when shooting
with zoom applied or when shooting at slow shutter speeds. The effects of camera shake are
reduced when recording movies, in addition to when taking still pictures.
Set Vibration reduction to Off when shooting using a tripod to stabilize the camera.
Option
Description
g On (default setting)
Vibration reduction is enabled.
k Off
Vibration reduction is disabled.
The icon for the current setting is displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting
mode (A 8). No icon is displayed when Off is selected.
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Notes About Vibration Reduction
• After turning on the camera or after switching from playback mode to shooting mode, wait for the
shooting mode screen to be displayed completely before taking pictures.
• Due to characteristics of the vibration reduction function, images displayed in the camera’s
monitor immediately after shooting may be displayed blurry.
• Vibration reduction may be unable to completely eliminate the effects of camera shake in some
situations.
• When Night landscape in scene mode is set to Tripod, vibration reduction is not used even if
Vibration reduction is set to On.
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Motion Detection
d button M z tab M Motion detection M k button
You can select the motion detection setting—which reduces the effects of subject
movement and camera shake—used when shooting still images.
Option
Description
k Off
Motion detection is disabled.
The icon for the current setting is displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting
mode (A 8).
When the camera detects camera shake or subject movement, it increases shutter speed and
the motion detection icon turns green. No icon is displayed when Off is selected.
B
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U Auto
(default setting)
When the camera detects subject movement or camera shake, the ISO
sensitivity and shutter speed are automatically increased to reduce blurring.
However, motion detection does not function in the following situations:
• When the flash fires
• In the following scene modes: Sports (A 38), Night portrait (A 39),
Dusk/dawn (A 39), Night landscape (A 40), Museum (A 41),
Fireworks show (A 41), Backlighting (A 42), Easy panorama
(A 42), Pet portrait (A 43), and 3D photography (A 44)
• When Continuous (E44) is set to Continuous or Multi-shot 16 in
A (auto) mode
• When the ISO sensitivity option (E46) is fixed at a particular value in
A (auto) mode
Notes About Motion Detection
• Motion detection may be unable to completely eliminate the effects of subject movement and
camera shake in some situations.
• Motion detection may not function if the subject exhibits significant movement or is too dark.
• The images captured using motion detection may be somewhat “grainy” in appearance.
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AF Assist
d button M z tab M AF assist M k button
You can enable or disable the AF-assist illuminator, which assists autofocus operation when
the subject is dimly lit.
Option
Description
Auto
(default setting)
The AF-assist illuminator lights automatically when the subject is dimly lit.
The illuminator has a range of about 2.0 m (6 ft 7 in.) at the maximum wideangle position and about 1.1 m (3 ft 7 in.) at the maximum telephoto
position.
Note that for some scene modes such as Museum (A 41) and Pet portrait
(A 43), the AF-assist illuminator may not light even when Auto is selected.
Off
The AF-assist illuminator does not light. The camera may be unable to focus
under dim lighting.
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Digital Zoom
d button M z tab M Digital zoom M k button
You can enable or disable digital zoom.
Option
Description
On (default setting)
When the camera is zoomed in to the maximum optical zoom
position, rotating the zoom control to g (i) triggers digital zoom
(A 27).
Off
Digital zoom is not activated.
Notes About Digital Zoom
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• When digital zoom is in effect, the camera focuses on the center of the frame.
• Digital zoom cannot be used in the following situations:
- When Portrait, Night portrait, Night landscape, Easy panorama, Pet portrait, or 3D
photography is selected for scene mode
- When smart portrait mode is selected
- When Continuous is set to Multi-shot 16
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Sound Settings
d button M z tab M Sound settings M k button
You can adjust the following sound settings.
Option
Description
Button sound
Select On (default setting) or Off. When On is selected, a beep sounds once
when operations are completed successfully, two times when the focus has
been locked, and three times when an error is detected, and welcome sound
is played when the camera is turned on.
Shutter sound
Select On (default setting) or Off.
Even when set to On, the shutter sound is not heard in the following
situations:
• When Continuous is set to any setting other than Single (E44)
• When using Sports (A 38), Museum (A 41), or Pet portrait (A 43) in
scene mode
• When recording movies
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Notes About Sound Settings
Button sounds and the shutter sound are not heard when using Pet portrait in scene mode.
E80
Auto Off
d button M z tab M Auto off M k button
If no operations are performed for a specified amount of time, the monitor turns off and the
camera enters standby mode to save power (A 23).
This setting determines the amount of time that passes before the camera enters standby
mode.
You can select 30 s, 1 min (default setting), 5 min, or 30 min.
C
When the Monitor Has Turned Off to Save Power
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• When the camera is in standby mode, the power-on lamp flashes.
• If no operations are performed for approx. another three minutes, the camera turns off
automatically.
• When the power-on lamp is flashing, pressing any of the following buttons turns the monitor back
on:
➝ Power switch, shutter-release button, A button, c button, or b (e movie-record) button
Notes About Auto Off
• The time that passes before the camera enters standby mode is fixed in the following situations:
- When a menu is displayed: Three minutes (when auto off is set to 30 s or 1 min)
- During slide show playback: Up to 30 minutes
- When the audio/video cable is connected: 30 minutes
- When an HDMI cable is connected: 30 minutes
• The camera does not enter standby mode while the Eye-Fi card is uploading images.
E81
Format Memory/Format Card
d button M z tab M Format memory/Format card M k button
Use this option to format the internal memory or a memory card.
Formatting the internal memory or memory cards permanently deletes all data. Data
that has been deleted cannot be recovered. Be sure to transfer important data to a
computer before formatting.
Formatting the Internal Memory
Format memory
To format the internal memory, remove the memory card from
the camera. The Format memory option is displayed in the
setup menu.
All images will
be deleted! OK?
Format
No
Formatting Memory Cards
Format card
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When a memory card is inserted in the camera, the Format
card option is displayed in the setup menu.
All images will
be deleted! OK?
Format
No
B
Notes About Formatting Internal Memory and Memory Cards
• Favorites album icon settings (E10) are reset to their default settings (number icons) when the
internal memory or memory card is formatted.
• Do not turn the camera off or open the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover during
formatting.
• The first time you insert a memory card that has been used in another device into this camera, be
sure to format it with this camera.
E82
Language
d button M z tab M Language M k button
You can select one of 31 languages for display of camera menus and messages.
Romanian
Danish
Finnish
German
Swedish
(Default setting)
Vietnamese
Spanish
Turkish
Greek
Ukrainian
French
Arabic
Indonesian
Bengali
Italian
Simplified Chinese
Hungarian
Traditional Chinese
Dutch
Hindi
Norwegian
Japanese
Polish
Korean
Brazilian Portuguese
Tamil
European Portuguese
Thai
Russian
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Czech
E83
TV Settings
d button M z tab M TV settings M k button
You can adjust settings for connection to a TV.
Option
Description
Video mode
Select from NTSC and PAL.
HDMI
Select the HDMI output image resolution from Auto (default setting),
480p, 720p, or 1080i. When Auto is selected, the option best suited
to the TV to which the camera is connected is automatically selected
from 480p, 720p, or 1080i.
HDMI device control
Set whether or not the camera receives signals from an HDMI-CEC
compatible television when connected with an HDMI cable.
Select On (default setting) to use the television’s remote control to
perform playback operations.
➝ “Using a TV Remote Control (HDMI Device Control)” (E28)
HDMI 3D output
Set the method used to output 3D images to HDMI devices.
Select On (default setting) to play back 3D images captured with this
camera in 3D.
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HDMI and HDMI-CEC
“HDMI” is the abbreviation for High-Definition Multimedia Interface and is one type of multimedia
interface. “HDMI-CEC” is the abbreviation for HDMI-Consumer Electronics Control, which enables
compatible devices to control each other and allows the user to operate multiple devices with one
remote control.
E84
Blink Warning
d button M z tab M Blink warning M k button
You can select whether or not the camera detects human subjects that have blinked using
face detection (A 67) when shooting in the following modes:
• G (easy auto) mode
• Portrait (A 38) or Night portrait (A 39) scene mode
• A (auto) mode (when AF area mode is set to Target finding AF; A 69) (except when
using continuous shooting)
Option
Description
On
When the camera detects that one or more human subjects may have
blinked in an image captured using face detection, the Did someone
blink? screen is displayed in the monitor.
The face of the human subject that may have blinked when the shutter
was released is framed by a yellow border. Should this occur, check the
image and determine whether or not another image should be captured
(E86).
Off (default setting)
Blink warning is disabled.
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The Blink Warning Screen
When the Did someone blink? screen shown on the right is
displayed in the monitor, the operations described below are
available.
If no operations are performed within a few seconds, the
camera automatically returns to shooting mode.
Did someone blink?
Exit
Function
Description
Enlarge the detected face that blinked
Rotate the zoom control to g (i).
Switch to full-frame playback
Rotate the zoom control to f (h).
Select the face to be displayed
While zoomed in, press the multi selector J or K to
switch to another face.
Delete the image
Press the l button.
Switch to shooting mode
Press the k button, shutter-release button, A button
or the b (e movie-record) button.
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Eye-Fi Upload
d button M z tab M Eye-Fi upload M k button
You can select whether or not the camera’s Eye-Fi card (available from third-party
manufacturers) sends images to your computer.
Option
Description
b Enable
(default setting)
Images created with this camera are uploaded to the pre-determined
computer.
c Disable
Images are not uploaded.
B
Notes About Eye-Fi Cards
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• Note that images are not uploaded if signal strength is insufficient even if Enable is selected.
• When using the camera in an area where wireless signal output is not permitted, set this feature to
Disable.
• Refer to the instruction manual of your Eye-Fi card for more information. In the event of
malfunction or if you have any questions, contact the card manufacturer.
• The camera can be used to turn Eye-Fi cards on and off, but may not support other Eye-Fi functions.
• The camera is not compatible with the Endless Memory function. When it is set on a computer,
disable the function. If the Endless Memory function is enabled, the number of pictures taken may
not be displayed correctly.
• The Eye-Fi upload feature is intended for use only in the country of purchase. Before using it in
other countries, refer to laws and regulations of that country.
• When this setting is set to Enable, batteries are drained faster than normal.
Eye-Fi Upload Indicator
The upload status of the Eye-Fi card in the camera can be confirmed on the monitor (A 8, 10).
• w: Eye-Fi upload is set to Disable.
• x (lights): Eye-Fi upload enabled; waiting for image upload.
• x (flashes): Eye-Fi upload enabled; uploading images.
• y: Eye-Fi upload enabled but no images available for upload.
• z: An error occurred. The camera cannot control the Eye-Fi card.
E87
Reset All
d button M z tab M Reset all M k button
When Reset is selected, the camera’s settings are restored to their default values.
Basic Shooting Functions
Option
Default value
Flash mode (A 53)
Auto
Self-timer (A 56)
Off
Macro mode (A 58)
Off
Exposure compensation (A 60)
0.0
Scene Mode
Option
Default value
Scene mode setting in the shooting-mode selection
menu (A 37)
Portrait
Night landscape (A 40)
Hand-held
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Hue adjustment in Food mode (A 41)
Center
Easy panorama (A 42)
Normal (180°)
Continuous shooting in pet portrait mode (A 43)
Continuous
Pet portrait auto release in pet portrait mode (A 43) On
Special Effects Mode
Option
Special effects mode setting in the shooting-mode
selection menu (A 46)
E88
Default value
High key
Smart Portrait Menu
Option
Skin softening (E49)
Default value
On
Smile timer (E50)
On
Blink proof (E50)
Off
Shooting Menu
Option
Default value
Image mode (E39)
P 4608×3456
White balance (E41)
Auto
Continuous (E44)
Single
ISO sensitivity (E46)
Auto
Color options (E47)
Standard color
AF area mode (E48)
Target finding AF
Movie Menu
Option
Default value
HD 1080pP (1920×1080)
Autofocus mode (E68)
Single AF
Wind noise reduction (E68)
Off
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Movie options (E64)
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Setup Menu
Option
Welcome screen (E69)
Default value
None
Photo info (E73)
Auto info
Image review (E73)
On
Brightness (E73)
3
Print date (E75)
Off
Vibration reduction (E76)
On
Motion detection (E77)
Auto
AF assist (E78)
Auto
Digital zoom (E79)
On
Button sound (E80)
On
Shutter sound (E80)
On
Auto off (E81)
1 min
HDMI (E84)
Auto
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HDMI device control (E84)
On
HDMI 3D output (E84)
On
Blink warning (E85)
Off
Eye-Fi upload (E87)
Enable
Others
Option
Paper size (E33, E34)
Default value
Default
Frame interval for Slide show (E55)
3s
Sequence display options (E63)
Key picture only
E90
• Selecting Reset all also resets the camera’s file numbering (E93). After a reset, the
camera determines the largest file number in the internal memory or on the memory card
and saves images using the next available file number. To reset file numbering to “0001”,
delete all images saved in the internal memory or on the memory card (A 32) before
selecting Reset all.
• The following menu settings remains unaffected when menus are reset with Reset all.
- Shooting menu: Preset manual data (E42) acquired for White balance
- Playback menu: Choose key picture (E63)
- Setup menu: Settings for image registered for Welcome screen (E69), Time zone
and date (E70), Language (E83), Video mode for TV settings (E84), and
Battery type (E92)
- Others: Favorites album icons (E10)
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Battery Type
d button M z tab M Battery type M k button
To ensure that the camera shows the correct battery level (A 22), select the type that
matches the batteries currently in use.
Option
Description
Alkaline (default setting)
LR6/L40 (AA-size) alkaline batteries
COOLPIX (Ni-MH)
Nikon EN-MH2 rechargeable Ni-MH (nickel metal hydride) batteries
Lithium
FR6/L91 (AA-size) lithium batteries
Firmware Version
d button M z tab M Firmware version M k button
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You can view the current camera firmware version.
CO O L P I X L 6 1 0 Ve r. x . x
Back
E92
File and Folder Names
Images, movies, and voice memos are assigned file names as follows.
D S C N 00 0 1 . J P G
Identifier
(not shown on camera monitor)
Original still images, their
associated voice memos, and
movies
Extension
(indicates file format)
DSCN
SSCN
Cropped copies and their
associated voice memos
RSCN
Images created by an image
editing function other than
small picture or crop, their
associated voice memos, and
movies created by the movie
editing function
FSCN
.JPG
Movies
.MOV
Voice memos
.WAV
3D images
.MPO
File number (assigned automatically in
ascending order, starting with “0001”)
• Files are saved in folders named with a folder number followed by “NIKON” (e.g.
“100NIKON”). A single folder can hold up to 200 images; if the current folder already
contains 200 images, a new folder, named by adding one to the current folder name, is
created the next time an image is captured (e.g. “100NIKON” ➝ “101NIKON”). When the
number of files within a folder reaches 9999, a new folder is created. File numbers are
assigned automatically starting with “0001”.
• Voice memo file names have the same identifier and file number as the image to which
the voice memo is attached.
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Small copies and their
associated voice memos
Still images
E93
• Files copied using Copy > Selected images are copied to the current folder, where they
are assigned new file numbers in ascending order starting from the largest file number in
memory. Copy > All images copies all folders from the source medium; file names do not
change but new folder numbers are assigned in ascending order, starting from the largest
folder number on the destination medium (E61).
• If the current folder is numbered 999 and contains 200 images, or an image is numbered
9999, no further images can be captured until the internal memory or memory card is
formatted (E82), or a new memory card is inserted.
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Optional Accessories
Rechargeable battery
Rechargeable Ni-MH batteries EN-MH2-B2 (set of two EN-MH2 batteries)*
Rechargeable Ni-MH batteries EN-MH2-B4 (set of four EN-MH2 batteries)*
Battery charger
Battery Charger MH-72 (includes two EN-MH2 rechargeable Ni-MH batteries)*
Battery Charger MH-73 (includes four EN-MH2 rechargeable Ni-MH batteries)*
AC Adapter EH-65A (connect as shown)
1
AC adapter
2
1
2
AC Adapter EH-62B cannot be used.
Camera strap
Strap AN-CP23
➝ “Attaching the AN-CP23 Camera Strap” (E96)
* To charge EN-MH2 batteries, use only Battery Charger MH-72 or MH-73. Do not use these battery
chargers to charge any other type of battery.
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Attaching the AN-CP23 Camera Strap
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5
2
4
3
7
9
6
8
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b
0
c
a
Error Messages
Display
O
(flashes)
A
Cause/Solution
Clock not set.
Set date and time.
E70
Battery exhausted.
Replace the batteries.
14
The camera will turn off
to prevent overheating.
Inside of the camera has become hot.
The camera turns off automatically. Allow the camera to cool
down before turning it on again.
–
Q
(flashes in red)
Camera cannot focus.
• Refocus.
• Use focus lock.
Please wait for the
camera to finish
recording.
Wait until the image is saved and the message disappears
from the display.
–
Memory card is write
protected.
Write-protect switch is in “lock” position.
Slide write-protect switch to “write” position.
–
Eye-Fi card write-protect switch is in “lock” position.
Slide write-protect switch to “write” position.
–
This card cannot be
used.
This card cannot be
read.
Error accessing Eye-Fi card.
• Check that terminals are clean.
• Confirm that the card is correctly inserted.
16
16
Error accessing memory card.
• Use approved card.
• Check that terminals are clean.
• Confirm that the card is correctly inserted.
F21
16
16
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Not available if Eye-Fi
card is locked.
28, 72
71
E97
Display
Cause/Solution
Card is not formatted.
Format card?
Yes
No
Memory card has not been formatted for use in the camera.
Formatting deletes all data saved on the memory card. Be
sure to select No and make copies of any images which need
to be kept before formatting the memory card. Select Yes
and then press the k button to format the memory card.
Out of memory.
Memory card is full.
• Select smaller image size.
• Delete images.
• Insert new memory card.
• Remove memory card and use internal memory.
Image cannot be saved.
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F5
E39
32, 94
16
17
Error occurred while saving image.
Format internal memory or memory card.
E82
Camera has run out of file numbers.
Insert a new memory card or format internal memory or
memory card.
E93
Image cannot be used for welcome screen.
The following images cannot be registered as welcome
screen.
• Images captured at an Image mode setting of
E69
g 4608×2592
• Images captured using Easy panorama or 3D photography
• Images reduced to 320 × 240 size or smaller with cropping
or small picture editing
Insufficient space to save a copy.
Delete images from destination.
Album is full. No further
pictures can be added.
A
200 images have already been added to album.
• Remove some images from album.
• Add to other album.
32
E9
E7
Display
Sound file cannot be
saved.
A blink was detected in
the picture just taken.
One or more portrait subjects may have blinked when the
picture was taken.
Check the image in playback mode.
Image cannot be
modified.
Cannot edit selected image.
• Select images that support editing function.
• Movies cannot be edited.
Cannot record movie.
Time out error while saving movie on the memory card.
Select a memory card with faster write speed.
Memory contains no
images.
A
Cause/Solution
A voice memo cannot be attached to this file.
• Voice memos cannot be attached to movies.
• Select an image captured with this camera.
No images in the internal memory or memory card.
• Remove the memory card from the camera to play back
images saved in the camera’s internal memory.
• To copy the images saved in the camera’s internal memory
to the memory card, press the d button to select Copy
in the playback menu.
30,
E50
E18
–
16
17
E61
E7
E8
No images are contained in the category selected in auto
sort mode.
Select the category containing the sorted images.
E11
This file cannot be
played back.
File not created with this camera.
File cannot be viewed on this camera.
View file using a computer or the device used to create or
edit this file.
–
All images are hidden.
No images available for a slide show.
E55
File contains no image
data.
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No images have been added to the selected album.
• Add images to the album.
• Select an album to which images are added.
–
E60
E99
Display
A
Cause/Solution
This image cannot be
deleted.
Image is protected.
Disable protection.
E56
Travel destination is in
the current time zone.
Home and destination are in the same time zone.
E71
Raise the flash.
The flash is lowered.
Raise the flash when shooting using Night portrait or
Backlighting in scene mode.
When using G (easy auto) mode, you can take pictures
without raising the flash but the flash does not fire.
39, 42,
53
Could not shoot using easy panorama.
Shooting with easy panorama may not be possible in the
following situations.
• When shooting does not end after a certain amount of
time.
• When the camera is moved too fast.
• When the camera is not moved properly in the panorama
direction.
E3
Shooting failed
When capturing 3D images, the first image could not be
captured.
• Try shooting again.
• In some shooting conditions, such as when the subject is
moving, dark, or low in contrast, shooting may not be
possible.
44
Failed to take second
shot
When capturing 3D images, the second shot could not be
successfully taken after the first shot.
• Try shooting again. After capturing the first image, move
the camera horizontally and frame the subject so that it is
aligned with the guide.
• In some shooting conditions, such as when the subject is
moving, dark, or low in contrast, the second image may
not be captured.
Unable to create
panorama.
Unable to create
panorama. Pan the
camera in one direction
only.
Unable to create
panorama. Pan the
camera more slowly.
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E100
44
–
A
Display
Cause/Solution
Failed to save 3D image
The camera failed to save the 3D image.
• Try shooting again.
• Delete images.
• 3D images may not be able to be created and saved
depending on the shooting conditions, such as when the
subject is moving, dark, or low in contrast.
Lens error
Lens is not operating properly.
Turn camera off and then on again. If error persists, contact
retailer or Nikon-authorized service representative.
22
Communications error
Error occurred during communication with printer.
Turn camera off and reconnect USB cable.
E30
System error
Error has occurred in camera’s internal circuitry.
Turn camera off, remove and reinsert batteries, and turn
camera on. If error persists, contact retailer or Nikonauthorized service representative.
14, 23
Printer error: check
printer status.
Printer error.
Check printer. After solving the problem, select Resume and
then press the k button to resume printing.*
–
Printer error: check
paper
Specified size of paper is not loaded in printer.
Load the specified size of paper, select Resume, and then
press the k button to resume printing.*
–
Printer error: paper jam
Paper has jammed in printer.
Remove the jammed paper, select Resume, and then press
the k button to resume printing.*
–
Printer error: out of
paper
No paper is loaded in printer.
Load the specified size of paper, select Resume, and then
press the k button to resume printing.*
–
44
32
–
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E101
Display
A
Cause/Solution
Printer error: check ink
Ink error.
Check ink, select Resume, and then press the k button to
resume printing.*
–
Printer error: out of ink
Running out of ink or ink cartridge is empty.
Replace ink cartridge, select Resume, and then press the
k button to resume printing.*
–
Printer error: file corrupt
An error caused by the image file has occurred.
Select Cancel and then press the k button to cancel
printing.
–
* See the documentation provided with your printer for further guidance and information.
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Technical Notes and Index
Caring for the Product....................................... F2
The Camera................................................................................................F2
Batteries ......................................................................................................F3
Memory Cards ..........................................................................................F5
Cleaning and Storage........................................ F6
Cleaning......................................................................................................F6
Storage ........................................................................................................F7
Technical Notes and Index
Troubleshooting................................................F8
Specifications...................................................F17
Approved Memory Cards .................................................................. F21
Supported Standards.......................................................................... F21
Index .................................................................F24
F1
Caring for the Product
The Camera
To ensure safe and continued enjoyment of your Nikon camera, observe the following
precautions and the precautions noted in “For Your Safety” (A vii-xii) when using or storing
your camera.
B
Do Not Subject the Product to Strong Shocks
The product may malfunction if dropped or struck. Additionally, do not touch or apply force to the
lens or lens cover.
B
Keep Dry
If water enters the camera, internal components may rust or otherwise become damaged, and
repairing the camera may be expensive or even impossible.
B
Avoid Sudden Changes in Temperature
Sudden changes in temperature, such as when entering or leaving a heated building on a cold day,
can cause condensation to form inside the device. To prevent condensation, place the device in a
carrying case or a plastic bag before exposing it to sudden changes in temperature.
B
Keep away from Strong Magnetic Fields
Technical Notes and Index
Do not use or store this device in the vicinity of equipment that generates strong electromagnetic
radiation or magnetic fields. Strong static charge or the magnetic fields produced by equipment
such as radio transmitters could interfere with the monitor, damage data saved on the memory card,
or affect the product’s internal circuitry.
B
Do Not Point the Lens at Strong Light Sources for Extended Periods
Avoid pointing the lens at the sun or other strong light sources for extended periods when using or
storing the camera. Intense light may damage the image sensor or other components, producing a
white blur effect in photographs.
F2
B
Turn the Camera off Before Removing the Batteries, AC Adapter, or Memory Card
Removing the batteries, AC adapter, or memory card while the camera is on could damage the
camera or memory card. If removed while the camera is saving or deleting data, data may be lost
and the camera's memory or the memory card may be damaged.
B
Notes on the Monitor
• Monitors and electronic viewfinders are constructed with extremely high precision; at least 99.99%
of pixels are effective, with no more than 0.01% being missing or defective. Hence while these
displays may contain pixels that are always lit (white, red, blue, or green) or always off (black), this is
not a malfunction and has no effect on images recorded with the device.
• Scraping or pressing on the surface of the monitor may result in damage or malfunction. Should
the monitor break, care should be taken to avoid injury caused by broken glass and to prevent the
liquid crystal from the display touching the skin or entering the eyes or mouth.
• Images in the monitor may be difficult to see under bright lighting.
• The monitor is lit by an LED backlight. Should the monitor begin to dim or flicker, contact your
Nikon-authorized service representative.
Batteries
Be sure to read and follow the warnings noted in “For Your Safety” (A vii-xii) before use.
B
Notes About Using Batteries
B
Spare Batteries
We recommend carrying spare batteries depending on where you are shooting. It may be difficult to
purchase batteries in certain areas.
B
Charging Batteries
If using optional rechargeable batteries, charge the batteries before taking pictures. Batteries are not
charged at the time of purchase.
Be sure to read and follow the warnings noted in the operating instructions included with the
battery charger.
F3
Technical Notes and Index
• Used batteries may overheat. Handle with caution.
• Do not use batteries beyond their recommended expiration date.
• Do not turn the camera on and off repeatedly if discharged batteries are inserted in the camera.
B
Charging Rechargeable Batteries
• Do not mix batteries with different amounts of charge remaining, or batteries of a different make
or model.
• When using EN-MH2 batteries with the COOLPIX L610, charge two batteries at a time using Battery
Charger MH-72. When using Battery Charger MH-73, charge two or four batteries at a time. Use
only Battery Charger MH-72 or MH-73 to charge EN-MH2 batteries.
• When using Battery Charger MH-72 or MH-73, only charge EN-MH2 batteries.
B
•
•
•
•
Notes About EN-MH1 Rechargeable Batteries and Battery Charger MH-70/71
You can also use EN-MH1 Ni-MH rechargeable batteries with this camera.
Use only Battery Charger MH-70 or MH-71 to charge EN-MH1 batteries.
When using Battery Charger MH-70 or MH-71, only charge EN-MH1 batteries.
Set Battery type (A 99, E92) to COOLPIX (Ni-MH).
B
Notes About Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries
Technical Notes and Index
• If you repeatedly charge rechargeable Ni-MH batteries while they still have some charge
remaining, the message Battery exhausted. may be displayed prematurely when using the
batteries. This is due to the “memory effect,” in which the amount of charge the batteries can hold
decreases temporarily. Use the batteries until there is no charge remaining and they will return to
their normal behavior.
• Rechargeable Ni-MH batteries discharge even when not being used. We recommend charging the
batteries just before using them.
B
Cold Environment Usage
Battery performance decreases in cold environments. When using the camera in cold environments,
try not to let the camera and batteries become too cold. The camera may not function if you use
discharged batteries in cold environments. Keep spare batteries warm and alternate between two
sets of batteries. Batteries that cannot be used because they have become too cold can often be
used again when they have been warmed up.
B
Battery Terminals
Dirt on the battery terminals can prevent the camera from functioning. Remove dirt from the
terminals using a dry cloth.
F4
B
Remaining Battery Charge
If you insert discharged batteries into the camera, the camera may indicate that the batteries have
adequate charge remaining. This is a characteristic of batteries.
B
Recycling
Used batteries are a valuable resource. Please recycle used batteries in accordance with local
regulations. Cover the battery terminals with plastic tape when recycling.
Memory Cards
•
•
•
•
•
F5
Technical Notes and Index
Use only Secure Digital memory cards. Approved memory cards ➝ F21
Observe the precautions noted in the documentation included with your memory card.
Do not affix labels or stickers to the memory card.
Do not format the memory card using a computer.
Before using a memory card with this camera, format the card using this camera if the card has
been used with another device. Before using a new memory card, we recommend using this
camera to format the card.
• Note that formatting a memory card permanently deletes all images and other data on the
memory card. If there is data saved on the memory card that you wish to keep, copy that data to
a computer before formatting.
• If the message Card is not formatted. Format card? is displayed when you insert a memory
card, the memory card must be formatted. If there is data on the memory card that you do not
want to delete, select No. Copy that data to a computer before formatting. To format the memory
card, select Yes and then press the k button.
• Observe the following precautions while formatting the memory card, saving and deleting
images, and copying images to a computer, otherwise data or the memory card itself may be
damaged.
- Do not open the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover or remove the memory card or
batteries.
- Do not turn off the camera
- Do not disconnect the AC adapter
Cleaning and Storage
Cleaning
Do not use alcohol, thinner, or other volatile chemicals.
Lens
When cleaning the lens, avoid touching it directly with your fingers. Remove dust or
lint with a blower. To remove fingerprints, oil, or other grime that cannot be removed
with a blower, wipe the lens with a soft, dry cloth or an eyeglass cleaning cloth, using
a gentle spiral motion that starts in the center and moves toward the edges. Do not
wipe forcefully or wipe with a rough cloth, otherwise the camera may be damaged
or malfunction. If you still cannot remove the grime, wet a soft cloth with a
commercial liquid lens cleaner and gently wipe off the grime.
Monitor
Remove dust or lint with a blower. To remove fingerprints, oil, or other grime, wipe
the area with a soft, dry cloth or an eyeglass cleaning cloth. Do not wipe forcefully or
wipe with a rough cloth, otherwise the camera may be damaged or malfunction.
Body
• Remove dust or lint with a blower. Wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
• After using the camera at the beach or other sandy or dusty environment, wipe off
any sand, dust, or salt with a dry cloth lightly dampened with fresh water and dry
thoroughly.
Note that foreign matter inside the camera could cause damage not covered by
the warranty.
Technical Notes and Index
F6
Storage
Remove the batteries if the camera will not be used for an extended period. To prevent mold
or malfunction and to ensure long, trouble-free use of the camera, we recommend you insert
the batteries and operate the camera approximately once a month. Do not store the camera
with naphtha or camphor moth balls, or in any of the following locations:
• Next to equipment that produces strong electromagnetic fields, such as televisions or
radios
• Places that are exposed to temperatures below –10 °C (14 °F) or above 50 °C (122 °F)
• Places that are poorly ventilated or subject to humidity of over 60%
Technical Notes and Index
F7
Troubleshooting
If the camera fails to function as expected, check the list of common problems below before
consulting your retailer or Nikon-authorized service representative.
Power, Display, Settings Issues
Problem
A
Cause/Solution
Technical Notes and Index
The camera is on but does
not respond.
• Wait for recording to end.
–
• If the problem persists, turn the camera off.
14, 15, 23,
If the camera does not turn off, remove and reinsert E95
the battery or batteries or, if you are using an AC
adapter, disconnect and reconnect the AC adapter.
Note that although any data currently being
recorded will be lost, data that have already been
recorded will not be affected by removing or
disconnecting the power source.
Camera turns off without
warning.
• Battery is exhausted.
22
• Camera has turned off automatically to save power. 98, E81
• The camera and batteries have become too cold
F4
and cannot operate properly.
Monitor is blank.
• Camera is off.
• Battery is exhausted.
• Standby mode for saving power: press the power
switch, the shutter-release button, A button,
c button, or b (e movie-record) button.
• The flash lamp flashes while the flash is charging.
Wait for the flash to charge.
• Camera and computer are connected via USB
cable.
• Camera and TV are connected via audio/video
cable or HDMI cable.
F8
23
22
2, 23
55
80, 85
80, E27
Problem
A
Cause/Solution
98, E73
F6
Date and time of recording
are not correct.
• If camera clock has not been set, “Date not set”
indicator flashes when shooting images and
recording movies. Images and movies saved before
clock is set are dated “00/00/0000 00:00” or “01/01/
2012 00:00” respectively. Set the correct time and
date using Time zone and date in the setup
menu.
• Check camera clock regularly against more
accurate timepieces and reset as required.
18, 98,
E70
No indicators displayed in
monitor.
Hide info is selected for Photo info.
Select Show info.
98, E73
Print date not available.
Time zone and date in the setup menu has not
been set.
18, 98,
E70
Date not imprinted on
images even when Print
date is enabled.
• The current shooting mode is one that does not
support Print date.
• The date cannot be imprinted on movies.
98, E75
Screen for setting time zone
and date is displayed when
camera is turned on.
Clock battery is exhausted; all settings were restored
to their default values.
18, 21
The camera may become hot when recording movies
or uploading images from an Eye-Fi card for an
extended period of time, or when the camera is used
in a hot area; this is not a malfunction.
–
Technical Notes and Index
Monitor is hard to read.
• Adjust monitor brightness.
• Monitor is dirty. Clean monitor.
Camera settings reset.
Camera becomes hot.
F9
Shooting Issues
Problem
Disconnect the HDMI cable or USB cable.
No image captured when
the shutter-release button is
pressed.
• When camera is in playback mode, press the
A button, the shutter-release button, or the
b (e movie-record) button.
• When menus are displayed, press the d button.
• Battery is exhausted.
• When flash lamp flashes, flash is charging.
Cannot capture 3D image.
In some shooting conditions, such as when the
subject is dark or low in contrast, the second image
may not be captured or the 3D image may not be
saved.
Camera cannot focus.
• Subject is too close. Try shooting using easy auto
mode, Close-up in scene mode, or macro mode.
• The intended subject is one with which autofocus
does not perform well.
• Set AF assist in the setup menu to Auto.
• Turn camera off and then on again.
Technical Notes and Index
Cannot switch to shooting
mode.
F10
A
Cause/Solution
80, 85,
E27,
E30
30
3
22
55
–
36, 40, 58
72
98, E78
23
Problem
A
Cause/Solution
• Use flash.
• Increase the ISO sensitivity value.
• Enable vibration reduction or motion detection.
• Use tripod and self-timer.
53
64, E46
98, E76,
E77
41, 64,
E44
56
Bright specks appear in
images captured with flash.
Flash is reflecting off particles in air. Lower the flash.
5, 54
5, 53
61
Flash does not fire.
• The flash is lowered.
• Scene mode with which the flash does not fire is
selected.
• On is selected for Blink proof in smart portrait
menu.
• Another function that restricts flash is enabled.
98, E79
Digital zoom cannot be
used.
• Off is selected for Digital zoom in the setup
menu.
• Digital zoom cannot be used in the following
situations.
- When Portrait, Night portrait, Night
landscape, Easy panorama, Pet portrait, or
3D photography is selected for scene mode
- When smart portrait mode is selected
- When Continuous in the shooting menu is set
to Multi-shot 16
Images are blurred.
Another function that restricts the Image mode
option is enabled.
64, E50
65
38, 39, 40,
42, 43, 44
48
64, E44
65
F11
Technical Notes and Index
Image mode not available.
• Use D (best shot selector).
Cause/Solution
A
98, E80
No sound when shutter is
released.
• Off is selected for Sound settings > Shutter
sound in the setup menu. No sound is heard with
some shooting modes and settings, even when On
is selected.
• Do not block the speaker.
AF-assist illuminator does
not light.
Off is selected for AF assist in the setup menu. AFassist illuminator may not light depending on the
current scene mode, even when Auto is selected.
98, E78
Images appear smeared.
Lens is dirty. Clean lens.
F6
Colors are unnatural.
White balance or hue is not adjusted properly.
41, 64,
E41
Randomly spaced bright
pixels (“noise”) appear in
image.
The subject is dark, so shutter speed is too slow or ISO
sensitivity is too high. Noise can be reduced by:
• Using flash.
• Specifying a lower ISO sensitivity setting.
5, 53, 61
Images are too dark
(underexposed).
• The flash is lowered or a shooting mode in which
the flash does not fire is selected.
• Flash window is blocked.
• Subject is beyond flash range.
• Adjust exposure compensation.
• Increase ISO sensitivity.
• Subject is backlit. Select Backlighting in scene mode,
or raise the flash and set the flash mode to X (fill flash).
Images are too bright
(overexposed).
Adjust exposure compensation.
60
Problem
Technical Notes and Index
F12
3
53
64, E46
26
53
60
64, E46
42, 53
Problem
A
Cause/Solution
Skin tones are not softened.
• In some shooting conditions, facial skin tones may
not be smoothed.
• Use Skin softening in the playback menu for
images containing four or more faces.
Saving images takes time.
It may take more time to save images in the following
situations.
• When the noise reduction function is in operation,
such as when shooting in a dark environment
• When the flash mode is set to V (auto with redeye reduction)
• When shooting using Night landscape in scene mode
• When the skin softening function is applied while
shooting
• When using continuous shooting
39, 53
49
78, E21
–
55
40
38, 39, 64
64, E44
F13
Technical Notes and Index
Unexpected results when
flash set to V (auto with
red-eye reduction).
When taking pictures with V (auto with red-eye
reduction), or when taking pictures with Night
portrait (either in easy auto mode or in scene mode)
and the fill flash with slow sync and red-eye reduction
is used, red-eye reduction may be applied, in rare
cases, to areas not affected by red-eye. Use auto
mode or any scene mode other than Night portrait,
and change the flash mode to any setting other than
V (auto with red-eye reduction) and try taking a
picture again.
Playback Issues
Problem
A
Cause/Solution
Technical Notes and Index
File cannot be played back.
• File or folder was overwritten or renamed by
computer or other make of camera.
• This camera cannot play back movies recorded
with another make or model of digital camera.
Cannot zoom in on image.
• Playback zoom cannot be used with movies, small –
pictures, or images that have been cropped to a
size of 320 × 240 or smaller.
–
• This camera may not be able to zoom in on images
captured with another make or model of digital camera.
• 3D images cannot be enlarged when the camera is 44
connected via HDMI and they are played back in 3D.
–
79, E59
Cannot record voice
memos.
• Voice memos cannot be attached to movies.
• Voice memos cannot be attached to images
captured with another make or model of digital
camera. Voice memos attached to images using
another camera cannot be played back on this
camera.
Cannot use quick retouch,
D-Lighting, skin softening,
filter effects, small picture, or
crop.
• These options cannot be used with movies.
• Images captured at an Image mode setting of
g 4608×2592 and images captured using Easy
panorama or 3D photography cannot be edited,
and the same editing feature cannot be applied
multiple times.
• This camera cannot edit images captured with
another make or model of digital camera.
–
78, E17,
E18
Cannot rotate image.
This camera cannot rotate images captured with
another make or model of digital camera, or images
captured using 3D photography.
Cannot edit movie.
• Edited movies cannot be edited again.
• Movies cannot be trimmed so that they are less
than two seconds long.
–
• Editing functions are not available when there is not
enough free space in the internal memory or on the
memory card, or when the battery level indicator is B.
F14
–
95
78, E17,
E18
44
Problem
Cause/Solution
A
99, E84
Images are not displayed on
TV.
• Video mode or HDMI in the TV settings in the
setup menu is not correctly set.
• Cables are connected to the HDMI mini connector
(Type C) and to the USB/audio/video output
connector simultaneously.
• Memory card contains no images. Replace the
memory card. Remove the memory card to play
back images from the internal memory.
Album icons are reset to
their default icons, images
added to albums cannot be
displayed in favorite
pictures mode.
Data saved in the internal memory or on the memory
card may not be played back correctly if overwritten
by a computer.
–
76, E11
76, E11
–
76, E11
Technical Notes and Index
• The desired image was sorted to a category other
than the category currently displayed.
• Images saved with another make or model of
digital camera, or images copied using the Copy
option cannot be played back in auto sort mode.
The saved images are not
• Images saved in the internal memory or on the
memory card may not be played back correctly if
displayed in auto sort mode.
overwritten by a computer.
• Up to 999 images and movies in total can be added
to each category. If the desired category already
contains 999 images or movies in total, new images
or movies cannot be added.
80, 85,
E27,
E30
16
F15
Problem
Nikon Transfer 2 does not
start when camera is
connected.
Images to be printed are not
displayed.
Cannot select paper size
with camera.
Technical Notes and Index
F16
A
Cause/Solution
•
•
•
•
•
•
Camera is off.
Battery is exhausted.
USB cable is not correctly connected.
Camera is not recognized by the computer.
Confirm system requirements.
Computer is not set to start Nikon Transfer 2
automatically. For more information about Nikon
Transfer 2, refer to help information contained in
ViewNX 2.
• Memory card contains no images. Replace the
memory card.
• Remove the memory card to print images from the
internal memory.
• Images captured using 3D photography in scene
mode cannot be printed.
Paper size cannot be selected from the camera in the
following situations, even when printing from a
PictBridge-compatible printer. Use the printer to
select paper size.
• The printer does not support the paper sizes
specified by the camera.
• The printer automatically selects the paper size.
23
22
80, 85
–
82
85
16
16
44
80, E33,
E34
–
Specifications
Nikon COOLPIX L610 Digital Camera
Type
Compact digital camera
Number of effective pixels
16.0 million
Image sensor
1
Lens
14× optical zoom, NIKKOR lens
/2.3-in. type CMOS; approx. 16.79 million total pixels
Focal length
4.5–63.0 mm (angle of view equivalent to that of 25–350 mm lens
in 35mm [135] format)
f/-number
f/3.3–5.9
Construction
11 elements in 10 groups (2 ED lens elements)
Digital zoom
magnification
Up to 2× (angle of view equivalent to that of approx. 700 mm lens
in 35mm [135] format)
Vibration reduction
Lens shift
Motion blur reduction
Motion detection (still pictures)
Autofocus (AF)
Contrast-detect AF
Focus-area selection
Monitor
Center, face detection, target finding AF
7.5 cm (3-in.), approx. 460k-dot, TFT LCD with anti-reflection coating
and 5-level brightness adjustment
Frame coverage
(shooting mode)
Approx. 96% horizontal and 96% vertical (compared to actual
picture)
Frame coverage
(playback mode)
Approx. 96% horizontal and 96% vertical (compared to actual
picture)
F17
Technical Notes and Index
Focus range
• [W]: Approx. 50 cm (1 ft 8 in.)–∞,
[T]: Approx. 1.0 m (3 ft 4 in.)–∞
• Macro mode: Approx. 1 cm (0.4 in.) (wide-angle position relative
to G)–∞
(All distances measured from center of front surface of lens)
Storage
Media
Internal memory (approx. 28 MB), SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
File system
DCF, Exif 2.3, DPOF, and MPF compliant
File formats
Still pictures: JPEG
3D images: MPO
Sound files (voice memo): WAV
Movies: MOV (Video: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, Audio: AAC stereo)
Image size
(pixels)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ISO sensitivity
(Standard output
sensitivity)
• ISO 125–1600
• ISO 3200 (available when using Auto mode)
16M (High) [4608 × 3456P]
16M [4608 × 3456]
8M [3264 × 2448]
4M [2272 × 1704]
2M [1600 × 1200]
VGA [640 × 480]
16:9 [4608 × 2592]
Exposure
Technical Notes and Index
Metering mode
256-segment matrix, center-weighted (digital zoom less than 2×),
spot (digital zoom 2×)
Exposure control
Programmed auto exposure and exposure compensation
(–2.0 – +2.0 EV in steps of 1/3 EV)
Shutter
Speed
Aperture
Range
Self-timer
F18
Mechanical and CMOS electronic shutter
• 1/1600–1 s
• 4 s (when scene mode is set to Fireworks show)
Electronically-controlled ND filter (–2 AV) selection
2 steps (f/3.3 and f/6.6 [W])
Approx. 10 s
Built-in flash
Range
(ISO sensitivity: Auto)
Flash control
Interface
Data transfer protocol
[W]: Approx. 0.5–6.0 m (1 ft 8 in.–19 ft)
[T]: Approx. 1.5–3.2 m (5 ft–10 ft)
TTL auto flash with monitor preflashes
Hi-Speed USB
MTP, PTP
Video output
Can be selected from NTSC and PAL
HDMI output
Can be selected from Auto, 480p, 720p, and 1080i
I/O terminal
Audio/video (A/V) output; digital I/O (USB)
HDMI mini connector (Type C) (HDMI output)
Supported languages
Arabic, Bengali, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Czech, Danish,
Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian,
Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish,
Portuguese (European and Brazilian), Romanian, Russian, Spanish,
Swedish, Tamil, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
Power sources
•
•
•
•
LR6/L40 (AA-size) alkaline battery × 2
FR6/L91 (AA-size) lithium battery × 2
EN-MH2 rechargeable Ni-MH battery (available separately) × 2
AC Adapter EH-65A (available separately)
Still pictures
• Approx. 120 shots when using alkaline batteries
• Approx. 470 shots when using lithium batteries
• Approx. 330 shots when using EN-MH2 batteries
Movies (actual battery
life for recording)2
• Approx. 11 min when using alkaline batteries
• Approx. 1 h 20 min when using lithium batteries
• Approx. 50 min when using EN-MH2 batteries
Tripod socket
1/4 (ISO 1222)
Dimensions (W × H × D)
Approx. 108.0 × 68.4 × 34.1 mm (4.3 × 2.7 × 1.4 in.) (excluding
projections)
Weight
Approx. 240 g (8.5 oz) (including batteries and a memory card)
Technical Notes and Index
Battery life1
F19
Operating environment
Temperature
0°C–40°C (32°F–104°F)
Humidity
85% or less (no condensation)
• Unless otherwise stated, all figures are based on an ambient temperature of 23 ±3°C
(73.4 ±5.4°F), as specified by the Camera and Imaging Products Association (CIPA), and the
use of LR6/L40 (AA-size) alkaline batteries.
1
Based on Camera and Imaging Products Association (CIPA) standards for measuring battery life.
For still pictures, zoom is adjusted for each shot, the flash is fired for every other shot, and Image
mode is set to P 4608×3456. For movies, the Movie options setting is set to d HD 1080pP
(1920×1080). Battery life may vary based on factors such as battery condition, interval between
shots, and the amount of time menus and images are displayed.
The included batteries are for trial use only. Figures listed for lithium batteries are measured using
commercially-available FR6/L91 (AA-size) Energizer(R) Ultimate Lithium batteries.
2
The maximum size for a single movie is 4 GB, and the maximum recording time for a single movie
is 29 minutes, even when there is sufficient free space on the memory card. If the camera
becomes hot, movie recording may stop before these limits are reached.
Technical Notes and Index
B
Specifications
• Nikon will not be held liable for any errors this manual may contain.
• The appearance of this product and its specifications are subject to change without notice.
F20
Approved Memory Cards
The following Secure Digital (SD) memory 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 with a lower Speed Class rating, movie recording may
stop unexpectedly.
SD memory card
SDHC memory card 2
SDXC memory card 3
SanDisk
2 GB1
4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
64 GB, 128 GB
TOSHIBA
2 GB1
4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
64 GB
Panasonic
2 GB1
4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
64 GB
Lexar
–
4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
64 GB, 128 GB
1
Supported Standards
• DCF: Design Rule for Camera File System is a standard widely used in the digital camera
industry to ensure compatibility among different makes of camera.
• DPOF: Digital Print Order Format is an industry-wide standard that allows images to be
printed from print orders saved on memory cards.
• Exif version 2.3: Exchangeable image file format (Exif) version 2.3 for digital still cameras is
a standard that allows information saved with photographs to be used for optimal color
reproduction when images are output from Exif-compliant printers.
F21
Technical Notes and Index
If the memory card is used with a card reader or similar device, make sure that the device supports
2 GB cards.
2
SDHC compliant.
If the memory card is used with a card reader or similar device, make sure that the
device supports SDHC.
3
SDXC compliant.
If the memory card is used with a card reader or similar device, make sure that the
device supports SDXC.
• Contact the manufacturer for details on the above cards. We cannot guarantee camera
performance when using memory cards made by other manufacturers.
• PictBridge: A standard developed cooperatively by the digital camera and printer
industries, allowing photographs to be output directly to a printer without connecting the
camera to a computer.
AVC Patent Portfolio License
This product is licensed under the AVC Patent Portfolio License for the personal and
noncommercial use of a consumer to (i) encode video in compliance with the AVC standard
(“AVC video”) and/or (ii) decode AVC video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in a
personal and non-commercial activity and/or was obtained from a video provider licensed to
provide AVC video.
No license is granted or shall be implied for any other use.
Additional information may be obtained from MPEG LA, L.L.C.
See http://www.mpegla.com.
Technical Notes and Index
Trademark Information
• Microsoft, Windows and Windows Vista are either registered trademarks or trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
• Macintosh, Mac OS, and QuickTime are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and
other countries. The iFrame logo and the iFrame symbol are trademarks of Apple Inc.
• Adobe and Acrobat are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Inc.
• SDXC, SDHC and SD Logos are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC.
• PictBridge is a trademark.
• HDMI,
logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
• All other trade names mentioned in this manual or the other documentation provided
with your Nikon product are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
holders.
F22
FreeType License (FreeType2)
Portions of this software are copyright © 2012 The FreeType Project
(“www.freetype.org”). All rights reserved.
MIT License (Harfbuzz)
Portions of this software are copyright © 2012 The Harfbuzz Project
(“http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/HarfBuzz”). All rights reserved.
Technical Notes and Index
F23
Index
Technical Notes and Index
Symbols
Numerics
R .............................................................. 44
g Telephoto......................................................... 27
f Wide-angle.................................................... 27
i Playback zoom .............................................. 74
h Thumbnail playback............................... 75
G Easy auto mode.......................................... 36
b Scene mode.................................................. 37
G Special effects mode............................... 46
F Smart portrait mode .............................. 48
A Auto mode ..................................................... 51
c Playback mode.................................. 30, 76
h Favorite pictures mode........... 76, E7
F Auto sort mode.......................... 76, E11
C List by date mode..................... 76, E13
z Setup menu .................................................... 98
k Apply selection button ............................. 3
A Shooting mode button ............................ 3
be Movie-record button........................... 3
c Playback button .................................. 3, 30
l Delete button.......................................... 3, 32
d button .................. 3, 6, 63, 78, 93, 98
K Flash pop-up control................ 3, 5, 53
m Flash mode ..................................................... 53
n Self-timer......................................................... 56
p Macro mode ................................................. 58
o Exposure compensation ....................... 60
j Help.................................................................... 38
3D images........................................... 44, E93
3D photography s ....................................... 44
F24
A
AC adapter ........................................... 15, E95
AF area mode ................................... 64, E48
AF-assist illuminator ................ 2, 98, E78
Album............................................................... E10
Alkaline batteries............................................... 14
Aperture value .................................................... 29
Audio/video cable........................... 81, E27
Audio/video-in jack ........................ 81, E27
Auto flash ............................................................... 54
Auto mode............................................................. 51
Auto off......................................... 23, 98, E81
Auto sort menu ................................. 78, E11
Auto sort mode ................................. 76, E11
Autofocus...................................................... 59, 72
Autofocus mode.............................. 93, E68
B
Backlighting o.................................................. 42
Battery .............................................................. 14, 21
Battery charger .......................................... E95
Battery level .......................................................... 22
Battery type......................................... 99, E92
Battery-chamber/memory card slot cover
............................................................................. 3, 16
Beach Z................................................................. 39
Best shot selector............................ 41, E44
Black and white copy n............................... 41
Black-and-white .............................. 64, E47
Blink proof............................................ 64, E50
Blink warning..................................... 99, E85
Brightness ..................................................... E73
BSS............................................................ 41, E44
Button sound.............................................. E80
C
D
Date and time .......................... 18, 98, E70
Date format.......................................... 19, E70
Daylight saving time ...................... 19, E72
Delete....................................................................... 32
Digital zoom.............................. 27, 98, E79
Direct print ........................................... 81, E29
D-Lighting ........................................... 78, E20
DPOF................................................................... F21
DPOF print.................................................... E36
E
Easy auto mode.................................................. 36
Easy panorama p............................ 42, E3
Easy panorama playback............... 42, E6
Editing movies ........................................... E37
EN-MH1 ............................................................... F4
EN-MH2 ............................................. E95, F3
Exposure compensation............................... 60
Extension....................................................... E93
Eye-Fi upload ..................................... 99, E87
Eyelets for camera strap................................... 2
F
Face detection .................................................... 67
Favorite pictures ................................. 79, E7
Favorite pictures menu .................. 78, E8
Favorite pictures mode .................. 76, E7
File name....................................................... E93
Fill flash.................................................................... 54
Filter effects ........................................ 78, E22
Fireworks show m ........................................... 41
Firmware version............................. 99, E92
Flash .............................................................. 2, 5, 53
Flash lamp ....................................................... 3, 55
Flash mode............................................................ 53
Flash pop-up control .......................... 3, 5, 53
Focus............................................. 28, 67, E48
Focus area.............................................................. 28
Focus indicator ...................................................... 9
Focus lock ............................................................... 71
F25
Technical Notes and Index
Calendar display ................................................ 75
Choose key picture ...... 79, E14, E63
Close-up k ......................................................... 40
Color options.................................... 64, E47
Compression ratio ................................... E39
Computer...................................................... 81, 85
Connector cover................................................... 2
Continuous shooting................... 64, E44
Copy......................................................... 79, E61
Crop......................................................... 74, E25
Cyanotype .......................................... 64, E47
DSCN................................................................ E93
Dusk/dawn i..................................................... 39
Folder name ................................................ E93
Food u .................................................................... 41
Format internal memory ............ 98, E82
Format memory cards ........ 16, 98, E82
Formatting ................................. 16, 98, E82
FSCN................................................................. E93
Full-frame playback ......................................... 30
Full-time AF ........................................ 93, E68
List by date menu ............................ 78, E13
List by date mode............................ 76, E13
Lithium batteries ............................................... 14
Low key H.......................................................... 46
M
Identifier......................................................... E93
Image mode....................................... 64, E39
Image review .............................................. E73
Imprinting date and time ........... 21, E75
Internal memory................................................. 17
ISO sensitivity.................................... 64, E46
Macro mode......................................................... 58
Memory capacity............................................... 22
Memory card......................................... 16, F21
Memory card slot .............................................. 16
Microphone (stereo) .......................................... 2
Monitor.................................................... 3, 8, F6
Monitor settings............................... 98, E73
Motion detection ............................ 98, E77
MOV.................................................................. E93
Movie menu ......................................................... 93
Movie options ................................... 93, E64
Movie playback ................................................. 94
Movie recording ................................................ 90
Movie recording time..................................... 92
Movie-record button ......................................... 3
MPO.................................................................. E93
Multi selector .......................................................... 3
Multi-shot 16.............................................. E44
Museum l........................................................... 41
J
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H
HDMI ................................................................ E84
HDMI 3D output ....................................... E84
HDMI cable .......................................... 81, E27
HDMI device control.............................. E84
HDMI mini connector........................................ 2
Help ........................................................................... 38
High key G.......................................................... 46
HS movie ............................ 93, E65, E66
I
Technical Notes and Index
JPG..................................................................... E93
L
Landscape c ...................................................... 38
Language ............................................. 99, E83
Lens................................................................ 2, F17
Lens cover................................................................. 2
F26
Night landscape j ........................................ 40
Night portrait e................................................ 39
Nikon Transfer 2 .............................. 82, 84, 86
Number of exposures remaining
................................................................. 22, E40
O
Optical zoom ....................................................... 27
Optional accessories .............................. E95
P
Q
Quick retouch..................................... 78, E19
Rechargeable battery ............................ E95
Rechargeable nickel-metal hydride
batteries ............................................................... 14
Recording movies............................................. 90
Recording slow motion movies
............................................... 93, E65, E66
Red-eye reduction................................... 54, 55
Remove from favorites ................... 79, E9
Reset all ................................................. 99, E88
Rotate image...................................... 78, E58
RSCN................................................................. E93
S
Scene mode ......................................................... 37
Selective color I ............................................ 46
Self-timer ................................................................ 56
Self-timer lamp ............................................. 2, 57
Sepia....................................................... 64, E47
Sequence display options
............................................... 79, E14, E63
Setup menu.......................................................... 98
Shooting .............................................. 22, 26, 28
Shooting menu ................................ 63, E39
Shooting mode button.................................... 3
Shutter sound............................................. E80
Shutter speed...................................................... 29
Shutter-release button ............................ 2, 28
Single AF............................................... 93, E68
Single-frame shooting ................ 64, E44
Skin softening......... 64, 78, E21, E49
F27
Technical Notes and Index
Panorama Maker............................................... 84
Paper size .................................... E33, E34
Party/indoor f .................................................. 39
Pet portrait auto release ............................... 43
Pet portrait O..................................................... 43
Photo info ..................................................... E73
PictBridge............................. 81, E29, F22
Playback ........................................................ 30, 94
Playback button........................................... 3, 30
Playback menu .................................. 78, E51
Playback mode .......................................... 30, 76
Playback zoom.................................................... 74
Portrait b .............................................................. 38
Power............................................................... 22, 23
Power switch/power-on lamp... 2, 22, 23
Preset manual ............................................ E42
Pressing halfway................................................ 29
Print ............. 78, 81, E32, E34, E51
Print date..................................... 21, 98, E75
Print order............................................. 78, E51
Print order option .......... 21, E52, E53
Printer...................................................... 81, E29
Protect.................................................... 78, E56
R
Slide show ........................................... 78, E55
Slow sync ............................................................... 54
Small picture ...................................... 78, E24
Smart portrait menu...................... 63, E49
Smart portrait mode ...................................... 48
Smile timer .......................................... 64, E50
Snow z.................................................................. 39
Soft D ................................................................... 46
Sound settings.................................. 98, E80
Speaker....................................................................... 3
Special effects mode...................................... 46
Sports d................................................................. 38
SSCN................................................................. E93
Standard color.................................. 64, E47
Strap ........................................................... 4, E96
Sunset h ............................................................... 39
T
Technical Notes and Index
Thumbnail display............................................ 75
Time difference .......................................... E71
Time zone ............................................. 19, E70
Time zone and date.............. 18, 98, E70
Tripod socket ........................................... 3, F19
TV ............................................................... 81, E27
TV settings .......................................... 99, E84
U
USB cable ..................................... 81, 85, E31
USB/audio/video output connector
................................ 2, 80, 85, E27, E29
V
Vibration reduction........................ 98, E76
Video mode................................................. E84
F28
ViewNX 2 ...................................................... 82, 84
Vivid color ........................................... 64, E47
Voice memo ....................................... 79, E59
Volume .................................................. 95, E59
W
WAV .................................................................. E93
Welcome screen.............................. 98, E69
White balance ................................... 64, E41
Wind noise reduction................... 93, E68
Z
Zoom ........................................................................ 27
Zoom control................................................. 2, 27
Zoom in................................................................... 27
Zoom out ............................................................... 27
F29
F30
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