The EH-62B AC Adapter allows you to power directly into a COOLPIX camera without having to use batteries. Simply by inserting the Power Connector into the battery chamber. Ideal for maintaining power while downloading images to a computer.
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|ex. SDmaster||6:59am on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010|
|My family has always used a camera when going on holiday to record those memorable moments, however its has always been with the traditional camera.|
|bfranz||6:29am on Sunday, May 16th, 2010|
|Great camera. Very nice pictures. Very easy to use. Unless you are a serious photographer you do not need anything more than this camera offers.|
|scananza||9:57am on Wednesday, April 28th, 2010|
|Small.Easy to use.Good LCD.Menus are intuitive. Outdoor pictures are great. Horrible indoor pictures. Terrible battery life. light, easy to use, different settings. hard to get rid of red eye.|
|sivia||12:24am on Saturday, April 24th, 2010|
|Lovely Leather Case but Too Tight! I recently purchased this case for my Nikon Coolpix 3100, as it was listed as suitable for this camera. A Per So I buy my new teensy 7.1 CoolPix Digital Camera and although I can slide it in my pocket, I reserve that spot for bananas. So this waterproof,...|
|velsto||5:23pm on Saturday, April 3rd, 2010|
|Small, very easy to use and takes good quality photos. Its made from some type of plastic, therefore slips easily out of your hands. This is my first review, so please bear with me. Nice shape, good zoom, 4m megapixel Takes too long to save photo to memory & recharge flash The Coolpix 4100 by Nikon is a high quality compact digital camera at an absolute bargain price. compact, fast, 3x optical zoom.|
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The red (!) and green (AF) lamps will blink when the "BATTERY EXHAUSTED" warning is displayed.
The x Button
The camera can also be turned on by pressing the x button for about a second. Your most recent picture will be displayed in the monitor (Q 22).
Checking the Battery Level Turning the Camera Off
To turn the camera off, press the power switch when the power-on lamp is lit. Do not remove the batteries or disconnect the EH-62B AC adapter until the power-on lamp has gone out.
The Power-on Lamp
When the power on lamp is On Blinking Off The camera is On In standby mode Off
Auto Power Off (Standby Mode)
If no operations are performed for one minute (default setting), the monitor will turn off automatically and the camera will enter standby mode to reduce the drain on the batteries. While the camera is in standby mode, the power-on lamp will blink. If no operations are performed for three minutes after the camera enters standby mode, the camera will turn off automatically and the power-on lamp will go out. The camera will be reactivated from standby mode when you: Press the power switch Press the shutter-release button halfway Press the x button to view the last picture taken Press the MENU button to display the menu for the current mode Rotate the mode dial to select a new mode The length of time before the camera enters standby mode can be changed using the Auto off option in the setup menu (Q 92). However, when a menu or the setup menu is displayed, the monitor will turn off after three minutes, and when pictures are being shown in a non-stop slide show (Q 72) or when the camera is powered by an AC adapter, the monitor will turn off after thirty minutes.
Turning sleep mode on will cause the camera to enter standby mode when there is no change in the brightness of the subject, even before the time selected in the AUTO OFF menu has elapsed (Q 92).
The first time the camera is turned on, a language-selection dialog will be displayed in the monitor. Follow the steps below to choose a language and set the time and date.
Step 1 - Select P Mode
This section details the basic steps involved in taking pictures in P (auto) mode. In this automatic, "point-and-shoot" mode, the majority of camera settings are controlled by the camera in response to shooting conditions, producing optimal results in most situations.
Rotate the mode dial to P
The power-on lamp will light and the monitor will display a welcome screen (Q 83). The camera is ready to shoot when the monitor shows the view through the camera lens.
Memory/memory card Shooting mode/scene mode P indicates auto mode. Image mode Choose from five (E4100/E3200) or four (E2200) options depending on how you plan to use the picture (Q 63). The default setting is F (E4100), b (E3200) or c (E2200). Basic Photography When the camera contains a memory card, / is displayed, and when there is no card in the camera, } is displayed.
Flash mode Choose from five modes depending on lighting and your creative intent (Q 24). The default setting is !# (auto).
Number of exposures remaining The number of pictures that can be stored depends on the capacity of the memory or memory card and the option chosen for Image mode (Q 63).
Step 1 - Select P Mode Number of Exposures Remaining
If the number of exposures remaining is zero, the message "OUT OF MEMORY" will be displayed in the monitor. No further pictures can be taken until you: choose a lower Image mode setting (Q 63) insert a new memory card (Q 10) delete some pictures (Q 22-23, 73-74)
Step 2 - Frame the Picture
Ready the camera
Hold the camera steadily in both hands. Photographs can be framed in the monitor or the viewfinder.
Don't Block the Shot To avoid dark or partially obscured pictures, keep your fingers and other objects away from the lens, flash window and microphone (E4100/ E3200 only).
Zoom out Zoom in
Frame your subject
Your Nikon digital camera is equipped with two types of built-in zoom: optical zoom, in which the camera's telescoping lens can be used to magnify the subject up to 3 , and digital zoom, in which digital processing is used to further magnify the image up to 4 , for a total of 12. Use the zoom buttons to frame your subject in the center of the monitor: Press the l (W) button to zoom out from your subject, increasing the area visible in the frame. Press the O (T) button to zoom in on your subject so that it fills a larger area of the frame. When the camera is zoomed in to maximum magnification, holding the O (T) button down for about one second will trigger digital zoom. The zoom indicator will turn yellow, and the green (AF) lamp next to the viewfinder will blink. Use the O (T) and l (W) buttons to adjust zoom in the digital zoom range. To cancel digital zoom, press l (W) until the zoom indicator turns white.
Step 3 - Focus and Shoot During Recording
While pictures are being recorded to the memory or memory card, the green (AF) lamp blinks, and the < icon lights or the memory icon }// blinks. You can continue to take pictures until the < icon is displayed. Do not turn the camera off, eject the memory card, or remove or disconnect the power source while picture are being recorded. Cutting power or removing the memory card in these circumstances could result in loss of data or in damage to the camera or card.
Getting Good Results with Autofocus
Autofocus performs best when there is contrast between the subject and the background and the subject is evenly lit. It does not perform well if the subject is very dark or moving rapidly, if there are objects of sharply differing brightness in the scene (e.g., the sun is behind your subject and their features are in deep shadow), or if there are several objects at different distances from the camera at the center of the frame (e.g., your subject is inside a cage).
Focusing on Off-Center Subjects: Focus Lock
If your subject is not at the center of the frame when the shutter-release button is pressed halfway, your picture may be out of focus. To focus on an off-center subject:
Focus Position the subject in the center of the frame and press the shutter-release button halfway. Check the green (AF) lamp and focus indicator With the shutter-release button pressed halfway, check that the green (AF) lamp and focus indicator glow steadily, indicating that the subject is in focus. Focus and exposure will remain locked while the shutter-release button is pressed halfway. Recompose the picture Keeping the shutter-release button pressed halfway, recompose your picture. Do not change the distance between the camera and your subject while focus lock is in effect. If your subject moves, remove your finger from the shutter-release button and focus again at the new distance. Take the picture Press the shutter-release button the rest of the way down to shoot.
Flash turns off ($) automatically. Use this mode indoors where flash photography is prohibited (for example, in museums and art galleries) or in other indoor settings in which you do not want to use the flash. The Best Shot Selector (BSS;Q 65) turns on automatically, reducing the effects of inadvertent camera movement. Macro close-up turns off automatically; other modes can be selected. Photography may be prohibited altogether in some settings. Be sure to obtain permission first. ! $ Y OFF* & OFF*
More on Photography Slow shutter speeds are used to capture the expanding burst of light from a firework. The camera responds more rapidly to the shutter-release button, ensuring that you can capture the start of the burst. Focus is fixed at infinity. Follow the firework as it ascends and press the shutter-release button all the way down at the start of the burst. ! $ Y OFF & OFF
Provides clear pictures of text or drawings on a white board or in printed matter such as a business card.
Flash and macro close-up turn off automatically; other modes can be selected. Colored text and drawings may not show up well in the final picture. ! $* Y OFF & OFF
Use when light is coming from behind your subject, throwing their features into shadow, or when your subject is in the shade but the background is brightly lit. The flash will fire automatically to "fill in" (illuminate) shadows. ! ! Y OFF* & OFF
More on Photography Use to take a series of photographs that you will later join to form a single scene (for example, a panorama or 360 virtual-reality image). ! $* Y OFF & OFF*
To use panorama assist, follow the steps below.
Pan direction displayed in greenish yellow. Select how pictures will be joined together in completed panorama. This is the direction in which to pan the camera after each shot.
MENU Exit Set Highlight K (Panorama Assist), and press the center of the multi selector.
Right to left
Bottom to top
Left to right
Top to bottom
Joining Panorama Pictures
Transfer the pictures taken with Panorama Assist to your computer (Q 45) and use the Panorama Maker function in PictureProject to join them into a single scene. For further information, see the PictureProject Reference Manual (on CD-ROM).
Make selection (to change selected pan direction, press center of multi selector and repeat steps 34). Pan direction displayed in white.
Take first picture. About one third of picture is shown superimposed on view through lens (if pan direction is left to right, picture will appear on left side of monitor).
Compose the next shot to overlap with the previous picture.
Take the next picture. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all shots in series have been taken.
End series. Shooting will also end if a new mode is selected or camera enters standby mode.
The pan direction, flash mode, macro close-up mode, and exposure compensation can not be changed after the first picture is taken. To change the pan direction, press the ^ button to end shooting and repeat steps 13.
Using a Tripod
Using a tripod makes it easier to compose shots so that they overlap.
Storage Locations for Panoramas
Each series of pictures taken at Panorama assist is stored in a separate folder with a name consisting of "P_" preceded by a three-digit folder number and followed by a three-digit sequence number (e.g., "101P_002").
More on Playback
Viewing Pictures on the Camera
Viewing Multiple Pictures: Thumbnail Playback
Pressing the l (W) button in full-screen playback displays the pictures in the memory or on the memory card in "contact sheets" of four thumbnail images. The following operations can be performed while thumbnails are displayed:
To More on Playback Highlight pictures
Description Press multi selector up, down, left or right to highlight pictures. Press center of multi selector to return to fullscreen playback.
Change number of pictures displayed Cancel thumbnail playback
With four thumbnails displayed, press l (W) button once to view nine thumbnails. Press O (T) to "zoom in" l (W)/O (T) from nine thumbnails to four-thumbnail view, or, when four thumbnails are displayed, to return to full-screen playback. Cancel thumbnail playback and return to full-screen playback. Confirmation dialog will be displayed. Press multi selector up or down to highlight option, press the center of the multi selector to select.
Delete highlighted picture
Taking a Closer Look: Playback Zoom
Use the O (T) button to zoom in on still images displayed in full-screen playback. While the picture is zoomed in, you can save a cropped copy of the picture that contains only the portion of the image visible in the monitor. Playback zoom and cropping are not available when the current picture is a movie or a copy created using the small picture option (Q 60, 78). Cropped copies can not be further cropped.
PRINT SET Done Date Info
Printing Pictures Print Set
If you display the PRINT SET menu after creating a print order, the Date and Info options will be reset.
If Date is selected, the date of recording will appear on pictures printed using DPOF. The date is based on the photo information recorded with the picture, and will not be correct if the camera clock was set incorrectly when the picture was taken (Q 14-15). The date will not be printed if the print system does not support the DPOF date function. The date stamp recorded when Date or Date and time is selected for Date imprint (Q 87) forms a permanent part of the image and will appear whenever the pictures are printed, even if the printer does not support the DPOF date function. Print set can not be used to print the time and date of recording on pictures recorded when Date or Date and time is selected for Date imprint.
Printing Via Direct USB Connection
Your camera allows pictures to be printed directly from the camera using PictBridge. If the UC-E6 USB cable is used to connect the camera to a printer that supports PictBridge, pictures can be printed directly from the memory or memory card without having to be transferred to a computer.
USB PTP Mass Storage
Select PTP in the camera USB menu. For more information on selecting the USB option, see "Viewing Pictures on a Computer" (Q 45).
After confirming that the camera is off, connect the UC-E6 USB cable as shown above. You can now turn the camera and printer on.
PictBridge Print DPOF printing Cancel
Option Print selection Print all images DPOF printing
PRINT Print selection Print all images Cancel
Select picture and specify number of prints. All pictures in internal memory or on memory card are printed. Pictures for which print order has been created are printed accordingly.
Highlight Print selection. *
Display selection dialog.
* To print one copy of all pictures on memory card, highlight Print all images and press multi selector to right.
Scroll through pictures. Current picture shown at bottom of display.
Select current picture and set number of prints to 1. Selected pictures marked by d icon.
View selected pictures. Press multi selector up, right, left, or down to view pictures not visible in display.
Use multi selector to specify number of prints (up to 9). To deselect picture, press multi selector down when number of prints is 1. Repeat steps 79 to select additional pictures.
PRINT Printer ready? 007 prints Start print Back Cancel
Done YOU MAY TURN OFF THE CAMERA
Display confirmation dialog. Press multi selector up or down to highlight option, press center to select.
Select Start print to start printing. To interrupt printing, press center of multi selector, then turn camera off and disconnect USB cable. Select Back to return to print selection dialog shown in Step 6. Select Cancel to exit without printing pictures. Select Resume to return to Step 3. Message shown above at right is displayed when printing is complete. Turn camera off and disconnect USB cable. To print the current print order:
Highlight DPOF printing.
DPOF PRINTING Printer ready? 007 prints Start print Confirm Cancel
Display print order. Press multi selector up, right, left, or down to view pictures not visible in display.
Highlight Confirm (to exit without printing pictures, highlight Cancel and press center of multi selector).
Select Start print to start printing. To interrupt printing, press center of multi selector, then turn camera off and disconnect USB cable. Select Cancel to exit without printing pictures. Message shown above at right is displayed when printing is complete. Turn camera off and disconnect USB cable.
Before printing via direct USB connection, make sure that the printer supports PictBridge or USB Direct and check printer settings. See the printer manual for details.
Use a Reliable Power Source
When printing pictures via direct USB connection, be sure the battery is fully charged. If in doubt, recharge the battery before printing or use the optional EH-62B AC adapter.
The DPOF printing option is only available if a print order has been created.
If an error message is displayed, an error has occurred. After checking the printer and resolving any problems as directed in the printer manual, highlight Resume and press the center of the multi selector to resume printing. Select Cancel to exit without printing the remaining images.
PRINTER ERROR CHECK PRINTER STATUS Resume Cancel
Option M Auto n White bal. preset Daylight Incandescent Fluorescent Cloudy Speedlight Description White balance automatically adjusted to suit lighting conditions. Best choice in most situations. Gray object used as reference to set white balance under unusual lighting conditions. White balance adjusted for direct sunlight. Use under incandescent lighting. Use under most types of fluorescent lighting. Use when taking pictures under overcast skies. Use with the flash. The Shooting Menu
Preset White Balance
Preset white balance is used when shooting under mixed lighting or to compensate for light sources with a strong color cast (for example, to make pictures taken under a lamp with a red shade look as though they had been taken under white light). When n (White bal. preset) is selected from the white-balance menu, the camera will zoom in and the menu shown at right will be displayed in the monitor.
WHITE BAL PRESET
White balance measuring window
Description Recalls the most recent value for preset white balance from memory and sets white balance to this value. To measure a new value for white balance, place a gray object, such as a piece of cardboard, under the lighting that will be used in the final picture. Frame this object so that it fills the square in the center of the menu shown above. Highlight Measure and press the center of the multi selector to measure a new value for white balance (shutter will be released and camera will return to original zoom position, but no picture will be recorded).
At settings other than auto, white balance is shown by an icon in the monitor.
Exp. +/The Exp. +/- (exposure compensation) menu is used to alter exposure from the value suggested by the camera, making pictures brighter or darker. Exposure can be adjusted in the range -2.0 to +2.0 EV. When the exposure compensation is altered, the new setting is reflected in the picture in the monitor.
Choosing an Exposure Compensation Value
As a rule of thumb, select positive values when large areas of the frame are very brightly lit (for example, when photographing an expanse of sunlit water, sand, or snow) or when the background is much brighter than the main subject. Choose negative values when large areas of the frame are very dark (for example, when photographing a forest of dark green leaves) or when the background is much darker than the main subject. This is because the camera, in order to avoid extreme over- or under-exposure, tends to lower exposure when the frame is very bright and raise exposure when the frame is very dark, which can make naturally bright subjects look dim and naturally dark subjects appear over-bright, or "washed out."
At settings other than 0, exposure compensation is shown in the monitor.
Use the options in this menu to capture a fleeting expression on a portrait subject, photograph a subject that is moving unpredictably, or capture motion in a series of pictures.
CONTINUOUS Single Continuous Multi-shot 16
Description Camera takes one picture each time shutter-release button is pressed. Camera takes pictures continuously while shutter-release button is held down. Pictures are recorded at a rate of about three frames every two seconds. With E4100, camera records seven pictures when image mode is set to F Normal (2288). With E3200, camera records five pictures when image mode is set to b Normal (2048), and with E2200, six pictures when image mode is set to c Normal (1600).
When shutter-release button is pressed all the way, camera takes sixteen consecutive images at a rate of about three frames every two seconds. With E3200, up to five series of images can be taken, Multi-Shot 16 and with E4100/E2200, one series can be taken. The sixteen images are arranged in four rows of four images and saved as a single picture. Image mode is fixed at F Normal (2288) with E4100, at b Normal (2048) with E3200 and at c Normal (1600) with E2200.
Restrictions on Camera Settings
At settings other than Single, the flash (Q 24) turns off automatically and focus (Q 20), exposure (Q 67), and auto white balance (Q 65) for all photos are determined by the first picture in each series. When Multi-Shot 16 is selected, digital zoom (Q 18) can not be used. Multi-Shot 16 can not be selected when digital zoom is in effect. BSS (Q 69) is available only at a setting of Single.
Before connecting your camera to a video device such as a television or VCR (Q 44), choose a video mode setting that matches the video standard used in the device. Your Nikon digital camera supports NTSC and PAL standards.
VIDEO MODE NTSC PAL
Select this option to restore the settings listed opposite to their original state.
RESET ALL Reset all settings to default values No Reset
Option No Reset
Description Exit menu, leaving settings unchanged. Restore settings to default values.
Reset All The following settings are affected:
Setting i Portrait assist N Landscape assist j Sports assist m Night portrait assist e Scene W Movie Speedlight Self-timer Macro close-up Image mode White balance Exp. +/Continuous Best Shot Selector Color options Auto transfer Welcome screen Monitor Settings Date imprint Brightness Button sound Start-up sound Shutter sound Volume (E4100/E3200 only) Auto Off Sleep mode Blur warning Default Portrait Landscape Sports Night Portrait Party/Indoor Small size (320) ! Auto Off Off E4100: Normal (2288), E3200: Normal (2048), E2200: Normal (1600) Auto 0 Single Off Standard color All on Animation Show info Off 3 On On 1 Normal 1m Off On
Choosing Reset also clears the current file number (Q 23) from memory. Numbering will continue from the lowest number available in the memory or on the memory card. All other settings are unaffected. Resetting File Numbering to 0001
To reset file numbering (Q 23) to 0001, select Reset All after either deleting all pictures (Q 74) or formatting the memory card (Q 93).
This option is used to choose the type of batteries inserted in the camera.
BATTERY TYPE Alkaline COOLPIX NiMH CR-V3
Option Alkaline COOLPIX (NiMH) CR-V3 The Setup Menu
Description Select this option when you have inserted alkaline (AA) batteries. Select this option when you have inserted rechargeable EN-MH1 (AA) nickel-metal hydride batteries, nickel-manganese batteries, or lithium (AA) batteries. Select this option when you have inserted a CR-V3 lithium battery.
If the backup battery (Q 14) is not charged sufficiently, the battery type setting may revert to the default setting (E4100: the type of the included batteries, E3200/E2200: alkaline batteries).
Select this option to display the current firmware version.
E3200 Ver.XX Back
At the time of writing, the following optional accessories were available for your Nikon digital camera. Contact your local retailer or Nikon representative for details.
Rechargeable battery Battery charger AC adapter Carrying case Water-proof Case Additional EN-MH1 NiMH batteries are available from your retailer or local Nikon representative. MH-71, MH-70 battery charger for EN-MH1 batteries EH-62B AC adapter CS-CP18 soft case*1 WP-CP1*2
*1 Not available in U.S. *2 Not available in some areas.
Approved Memory Cards
The following memory cards have been tested and approved for use with your Nikon digital camera:
San Disk Toshiba Panasonic 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB, 256 MB 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB, 256 MB 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB, 256 MB*, 512 MB*
* High speed type of 10 MB/s or over
Caring for Your Camera
One key to cleaning the lens is to not touch it with your fingers. Remove dust or lint with a blower (typically a small device with a rubber bulb attached to one end that you pump to produce a stream of air out the other). To remove fingerprints or other stains that can not be removed with a blower, wipe the lens with a soft cloth, using a spiral motion that starts in the center of the lens and works out to the edges.
Remove dust or lint with a blower. To remove fingerprints and other stains, clean the monitor with a soft, dry cloth, being careful not to apply pressure.
Avoid contact with liquid crystal
Should the monitor break, care should be taken to avoid injury due to broken glass and to prevent the liquid crystal from the monitor touching the skin or entering the eyes or mouth.
Use a blower to remove dust and lint, then wipe gently with a soft, dry cloth. After using the camera at the beach or seaside, wipe off any sand or salt with a cloth lightly dampened with fresh water, then dry thoroughly.
Do not use alcohol, thinner, or other volatile chemicals.
Notes on the Monitor
The monitor may contain a few pixels that are always lit or that do not light. This is a characteristic common to all TFT LCD monitors, and does not indicate a malfunction. Images recorded using the product will not be affected. When you frame bright subjects, vertical comet-like streaks that whiten toward either end may appear in the monitor. This phenomenon, known as "smear," does not appear in the final photograph and does not indicate a malfunction. Some smear may appear in movies. Images in the monitor may be difficult to see in a bright light. The monitor is lit by an LED backlit. Should the monitor begin to dim or flicker, contact your Nikon service representative.
Display Z (Flashes) WARNING ! ! BATTERY EXHAUSTED AF ( flashes red) Problem Clock not set. Batteries exhausted. Solution Set clock to current date and time. Turn camera off and replace batteries. Q 14 12
Use focus lock to focus on another subject at same distance, then recompose picture. Use flash, or steady camera using tripod, by placing camSlow shutter speed. Pictures era on level surface, or by may be blurred. holding camera in both hands with elbows against torso. Camera cannot focus. Recorded blurred. picture may be Select Yes to keep picture, No to delete. Camera shake warning can be hidden.
WARNING ! ! PLEASE WAIT FOR THE CAMERA TO FINISH RECORDING < MEMORY CARD IS WRITE PROTECTED / CARD IS NOT FORMATTED Format No
Camera turned off or x butMessage clears from display ton pressed during recording. automatically when recording The mode dial was rotated is complete. during recording. Write-protect switch "lock" position. is in Slide write-protect to "write" position.
Press multi selector up to highlight FORMAT and press Memory card has not been to right to format card, or formatted for use in camera. turn camera off and replace > card.
Display Problem THIS CARD CANNOT BE USED 4 WARNING ! ! Error accessing memory card. THIS CARD CANNOT BE READ / Solution Q
Use approved card. Check that connectors are clean.
Choose lower image qual- 63-64 ity/ size. Camera in shooting mode: Insufficient memory to record Delete pictures. 22-23, pictures at current settings. 73-74 OUT OF Insert new memory card. 10 MEMORY / Camera connected to com- Disconnect camera, delete 22-23, puter: Not enough space on unwanted pictures, and try memory card to record infor73-74 again. mation need for transfer. 93 Memory card has not been Reformat memory card. formatted for use in camera, or error occurred while saving picture. Camera has run out of file Insert new memory card or 10, 22, 23, delete pictures. numbers. 73-74 IMAGE CANNOT Camera can not copy pic- Copies can not be created 42, 78 from movies or from other ture using small picture, or BE SAVED copies. crop options. / 93 Memory card has not been Reformat memory card. formatted for use in camera. Error occurred while saving movie. Camera has run out of file Insert new memory card or 10, 73 delete pictures or movies. numbers. Takes long time to save Insert memory card with 56, 97 faster processing speed. movie on memory card. CARD CONTAINS No pictures on memory card or in memory. NO IMAGES Press x button to return to 22 No pictures on memory card shooting mode. ALL IMAGES that can be viewed on E4100/ ARE HIDDEN E3200/E2200. FILE CONTAINS File created by computer or View file on computer or corNO IMAGE DATA different make of camera. rect make of camera.
Display WARNING! MODE DIAL IS NOT IN THE PROPER POSITION THIS IMAGE CANNOT BE DELETED Problem Solution Q 6
Mode dial is positioned Adjust mode dial to select between two modes. desired mode.
Attempt to delete protected Remove protection before picture. deleting picture. If error appears in computer USB cable disconnected or monitor, click OK to exit Picturememory card removed while Project. Turn camera off, reconpictures are being transferred nect cable or replace memory card, then turn camera on and to computer. transfer pictures. COMMUNICATurn camera off and disconTIONS ERROR nect cable, then choose new USB setting in camera setup USB option set incorrectly. menu and reconnect camera. If error persists, use PictureProject button to transfer pictures. No pictures selected for trans- Disconnect camera and select NO IMAGES fer when a (V) button at least one picture for transARE MARKED pressed to transfer pictures to fer, then begin transfer FOR TRANSFER computer. again. Check that camera is conTRANSFER Error occurred when pictures nected and that batteries are ERROR were transferred to computer. fully charged. No need to specify new time zone NEW CITY IS IN Travel destination is in same if travel destination is in same THE CURRENT time zone as home location. time zone as home location. TIME ZONE Turn camera off and then on Error has occurred during lens again. If error persists, conLENS ERROR operation. tact retailer or Nikon representative. Turn camera off, unplug optional AC adapter (if using), remove and reinsert Error has occurred in camera's SYSTEM ERROR batteries, and turn camera internal circuitry. on. If error persists, contact retailer or Nikon representative.
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If your camera fails to function as expected, check the list of common problems below before consulting your retailer or Nikon representative. Refer to the page numbers listed in the right-most column for information on solving the problems listed here. Electronically-Controlled Cameras
In extremely rare instances, unusual characters may appear in the monitor and the camera may stop functioning. In most cases, this phenomenon is caused by a strong external static charge. Turn the camera off, remove and replace the batteries, and turn the camera on again, or, if you are using an AC adapter (available separately), disconnect and reconnect the adapter, and turn the camera on again. In the event of continued malfunction, contact your retailer or Nikon representative. Note that disconnecting the power source as described above may result in the loss of any data not recorded to the memory or memory card at the time the problem occurred. Data already recorded to the memory or memory card will not be affected. Problem Possible cause Camera is off. Batteries are not correctly inserted or battery-chamber cover is not properly latched. Batteries are exhausted. EH-62B AC adapter (available separately) is not properly connected. Camera is in sleep mode. Press shutter-release button halfway. Monitor is off. USB cable is connected. AV/Video cable is connected. Batteries are low. Batteries are cold. Q 12 Technical Notes 89 98
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