Nikon Coolpix 100
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Advanced bridge camera with remarkable reach. The powerful NIKKOR 26x wideangle zoom lens offers outstanding compositional freedom and features Extra-low Dispersion (ED) lens glass to ensure crisp results whether you shoot wide-angle or super-telephoto. The ability to capture full (1080p) high-definition movies in stereo sound, and use the optical zoom and autofocus functions during recording, enables superior-quality video and extends the options for shooting movies from a distance. The back il... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Nikon Coolpix 100 photo ]
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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. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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 users authority to operate the equipment. Notice for customers in Canada This class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference Causing Equipment Regulations. ATTENTION Cet appareil numrique de la class B respecte toutes les exigences du Rglement sur le matriel brouilleur du Canada.
Be sure to observe the following safety precautions when using and storing your camera. Do not look directly at the sun through viewfinder Viewing the sun or other strong light source through the viewfinder could cause permanent visual impairment. Remove batteries immediately in the event of malfunction Should you notice any unusual smell, heat, or smoke coming from the camera, remove the batteries immediately, taking care to avoid burns. Continued operation could result in injury. After removing the batteries, have the camera repaired by a qualified technician. Do not use 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. Do not place wrist strap around neck Placing the wrist strap around your neck could result in strangulation. Special care should be taken to avoid getting the strap around the neck of an infant or child. Do not disassemble Touching the camera's internal parts could result in injury. In the event of a malfunction, the camera should be repaired only by a qualified technician. Should the camera break open as the result of a fall or other accident, remove the batteries and take the camera to a qualified technician for repairs.
Use only AA alkaline batteries Using other batteries could cause fire. Observe proper precautions when handling batteries Batteries may leak or explode if improperly handled. Observe the following precautions when handling batteries for use in this camera. When inserting batteries, be sure to align the positive (+) and negative (-) marks as shown below.
Replace all batteries at the same time using only one type of battery. Do not mix batteries of different types or use old batteries together with new. Do not attempt to recharge, short, or disassemble the batteries. Do not expose the batteries to flame, heat, or moisture. Batteries are prone to leakage when fully discharged. To avoid damaging the camera, be sure to remove the batteries when no charge remains. Keep out of reach of children
Particular care should be taken to prevent infants from putting the camera's batteries or other small parts into their mouths. Do not walk while looking though viewfinder Walking while looking through the camera's viewfinder could result in a fall or other injury. Observe caution when operating the flash Using the flash close to your subject's eyes could cause temporary visual impairment.
How to hold the COOLPIX 100
Owing to the compact design of the COOLPIX 100, its operation differs from that of standard 35mm cameras. When taking pictures, hold the camera as shown below.
Note: When using the flash, be careful not to place your finger over the flash window.
Notice concerning prohibition of copying or reproduction
Note that simply being in possession of material which has been copied or reproduced by means of a digital camera 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. The copying or reproduction of unused postage stamps or post cards issued by the government without obtaining approval from the government is prohibited. The copying or reproduction of stamps issued by the government and 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 works such as books, music, paintings, woodcut prints, maps, drawings, movies, and photographs which are copyrighted creative works is prohibited except when it is done for personal use at home or for similar restricted and non-commercial use.
Overview... 1 Before You Begin.. 3
Whats in this Package.. 3 Parts of the COOLPIX 100... 4 Attaching the Wrist Strap... 5 A Guide to the Control Panel Display.. 6 Through the Viewfinder... 7 Cautions... 8
First Steps... 10
Putting Batteries in Your Camera... 10 Turning the Camera On... 11 Checking Battery Level... 12 Setting the Time and Date... 13 Taking Your First Photograph... 16
Beyond the Basics... 20
Using the Flash... 20 Red-Eye Reduction... 22 Image Quality... 23 Macro Close-Up... 24 Using the Automatic Timer... 25 Connecting Your Camera to a Computer.. 26 Deleting Pictures from Memory... 28
Caring for Your Camera.. 30
Cleaning... 30 Storage.... 30
General problems... 31 Error codes... 33
Specifications... 34 Index... 36
Thank you for your purchase of Nikon COOLPIX 100, an easy-to-use digital camera that fits in your pocket. COOLPIX 100 uses an electronic image sensor in place of film and a mechanical shutter, making the camera extremely light and compact. Up to forty-two images can be stored in the cameras built-in PCMCIA memory card, giving you a simple way to transfer your photographs or visual memos to a computer.
COOLPIX 100 offers the following features: Digital image sensing using a CCD (charge-coupled device) with 330,000 pixels Digitally controlled electronic shutter with auto exposure, automatic gain control, and auto white balance Built-in automatic flash with red-eye reduction Macro close-up for taking photographs at ranges as close as 14 cm (5.5), allowing you to take full-frame photographs of business-cardsized documents One megabyte of flash memory, allowing storage of up to forty-two normal images (up to twenty-one high-quality photographs) even when the cameras main batteries are removed COOLPIX 100 can be inserted directly into computers with a PCMCIA Type II or Type III card slot, allowing you to display photographs directly on your computer or to transfer image data to disk rapidly for editing or long-term storage. Pictures are recorded as MS-DOS files in JPEG format, which can be read by a wide variety of graphics programs and browsers.
Attaching the Wrist Strap
Attach the camera's wrist strap to the strap pin as shown below.
Be sure to keep the strap on your wrist when carrying the camera.
Before You Begin : Attaching the Wrist Strap
A Guide to the Control Panel Display
The control panel display gives you information on camera settings, remaining exposures, and battery level.
   
 Date/time display  Month indicator  Image quality indicator  Flash mode indicator  Red-eye reduction  Automatic timer  Exposure count indicator indicates number of exposures remaining at current image quality setting  Battery indicator
Note: The brightness and contrast of the control panel's LCD display vary with temperature and age. After six to seven years of normal use, the display may become difficult to read. In this case, you may wish to have a replacement installed by your local Nikon representative (please note that you will be charged the cost of replacement).
Before You Begin : A Guide to the Control Panel Display
Through the Viewfinder
The viewfinder contains two frames. The frame on the left is used when taking pictures at a range of 65 cm (two feet) or more, that on the right when composing photographs for macro close-up at ranges of cm (5.5 9). A shutter-release lamp, which provides information on the state of the cameras electronic shutter, is located below the viewfinder eyepiece.
 Macro close-up field-of-view Use this frame when composing photographs in macro close-up mode  Field of view (normal mode)  Shutter release lamp
Before You Begin : Through the Viewfinder
To ensure that your COOLPIX 100 Card camera continues to operate properly, you should also be sure to observe the following precautions. Do not touch the lens with your fingers The proper procedure for cleaning the cameras lens is described in Caring for Your Camera. Do not drop Your camera may malfunction if subjected to strong shocks or vibration. Keep away from strong magnetic fields Do not use or store your camera in the vicinity of equipment that produces strong electromagnetic radiation or magnetic fields. The magnetic fields produced by equipment such as radio transmitters or household television sets may affect your cameras internal memory and functioning. Keep dry The COOLPIX 100 is not waterproof, and may malfunction if immersed in water or exposed to high levels of humidity. Keep free of salt, sand, and dust After using your camera at the beach or seaside, wipe off any sand or salt with a damp cloth and then dry your camera thoroughly. Avoid sudden changes in temperature Sudden changes in temperature, such as occur when entering or leaving a heated building on a cold day, can cause condensation inside the camera. To prevent condensation, place the camera in its carrying case or a plastic bag before exposing it to sudden changes in temperature.
Before You Begin : Cautions
Batteries When you turn the camera on, check the battery level indicator in the control panel to determine whether the batteries need to be replaced. See Checking Battery Level for a description of the battery level indicator. Replace the batteries with AA alkaline batteries. Do not use nickel-cadmium batteries. On cold days, the capacity of batteries tends to decrease. When taking pictures outside in cold weather, keep a spare set of warm batteries on hand.
This chapter gives the basic information needed to operate your camera, from inserting batteries to taking your first pictures. More detailed information on camera settings and on connecting your camera to a computer is given in the following chapter.
Putting Batteries in Your Camera
To insert batteries in your camera, you must first remove the battery cover. Slide the cover off as shown in the following illustration.
Next insert the batteries as shown below. Use only AA alkaline batteries.
Slide the battery cover back on, being careful not to catch your fingers in the latches. You should hear a click when the latches close. Note: Make sure that the camera is off before changing the batteries.
First Steps : Putting Batteries in Your Camera
Turning the Camera On
To turn the camera on, slide the ON/OFF switch down and then release it.
After being turned on, the camera performs a brief initial check of its internal systems and power supply. Once this check is complete, the control panel display will show the camera's current settings. The camera is now ready to take pictures. Note: To increase the life of the batteries, the camera will automatically enter sleep mode if no operations are performed for sixteen seconds. In sleep mode only the battery level and date/time are displayed in the control panel. If no operations are performed for a further two minutes, the camera will turn itself off automatically. When in sleep mode, the camera can be reactivated by pressing the shutter release button down half way. To turn the camera off, slide and release the ON/OFF switch as shown above.
First Steps : Turning the Camera On
Checking Battery Level
After inserting batteries and turning the camera on, check the battery level indicator to determine whether the batteries need to be replaced.
Battery level normal
Low battery - replace batteries as soon as possible
Battery level critical - replace batteries before use
If nothing at all is showing in the control panel display, either the batteries are not correctly installed or the batteries are dead. Check to see that the batteries are correctly installed and that the battery unit is properly connected to the camera. If this does not solve the problem, insert new batteries and check the battery level as shown above. Note: When battery level is low, the camera may not be able to record pictures under some settings. If there is not enough power to charge the flash, the flash will automatically be set to Off. Note: Images stored in the camera's memory will remain even if the batteries are removed. To erase photographs from memory, follow the steps described in Deleting Pictures from Memory.
First Steps : Checking the Battery Level
Setting the Time and Date
The COOLPIX 100 records the year, month, day, hour and minute of exposure in the file information header of every image taken. The camera's internal clock-calendar can be adjusted from the control panel display, which can be set to show either the date or the time. To change the date/time display, turn the camera on while pressing the QUALITY button. Once the camera has finished its initial check, the date/time and battery level will be displayed. Press the QUALITY button until the date/time display stops flashing. The style of the date/time display can then be changed by pressing the MODE button.
January 31st, 1996
The style of the date/time display changes each time the MODE button is pressed.
Note: The COOLPIX 100 uses a 24-hour clock.
First Steps : Setting the Time and Date
To adjust the time or date, first make sure that the camera is turned off. Then turn the camera on while pressing the QUALITY button.
After the camera has finished its initial check, the first two digits of the date/ time display will flash.
Press the QUALITY button until the item you want to change begins to flash.
Pressing the ADJUST button changes the value of the selected item.
Pressing the ADJUST button once will increase the value of the selected item by one; holding the button down will cause the value to increase rapidly. When the maximum value is reached, pressing ADJUST will return the item its lowest value.
When you have finished setting the time and date, turn the camera off to put the new settings into effect. Note: The clock-calendar has its own internal power supply. Should you notice that the clock is running extremely late, this is probably a sign that the clock's battery needs to be replaced. Take the camera to your local Nikon representative for servicing.
Taking Your First Photograph
Nikons COOLPIX 100 digital camera is extremely easy to operate. This section gives a brief outline of how to take a photograph after the camera is turned on. For more detailed information on camera settings, refer to the following chapter, Beyond the Basics. Step 1 - Turn the power on
Note: To increase the life of the batteries, the camera will automatically enter sleep mode if no operations are performed for sixteen seconds. If no operations are performed for a further two minutes, the camera will turn itself off automatically. Step 2 - Check the number of exposures remaining The control panel display shows the number of photographs that may be taken at the current quality setting.
First Steps : Taking Your First Photograph
When this number reaches zero, you will need to transfer the stored image data to a computer and reset the camera's memory before you will be able to take more pictures. Refer to Connecting Your Camera to a Computer and Deleting Pictures from Memory in Beyond the Basics. Step 3 - Check the cameras settings Check to see that the camera settings are appropriate to your subject and lighting conditions. For more information on the settings available with COOLPIX 100, refer to Using the Flash, Image Quality, and Macro close-up.
Step 4 - Ready the camera Hold the camera as shown below. Be sure not to obstruct the lens or flash window.
Step 5 - Compose a photograph Frame your subject in the viewfinder.
Note: COOLPIX 100 uses a parallax viewfinder with a field of view which is more than 80% of that of the lens. The viewfinder will therefore show an area slightly smaller than that which will appear in the actual photograph. At distances of between 14 and 23 cm (5.5 9), objects centered in viewfinder will appear off-center in the actual photograph. Use the macro close-up field of view when composing photographs at close range. Step 6 - Half-press the shutter release button
Press the shutter release button down half-way. The shutter release lamp will glow steadily once the camera has adjusted its auto exposure settings and charged the flash.
Note: When the camera is set to macro close-up, the shutter release lamp will blink when the shutter release button is half-pressed. Be sure to set the camera to normal mode when taking photographs at ranges greater than 23 cm (9). See Macro Close-Up for further details. Step 7 - Full-press the shutter release button When the camera is ready, the shutter release lamp will glow steadily. You can now take a picture by pressing the shutter release button down fully.
Once you have pressed the shutter release button, the shutter release lamp and exposure count indicator blink while the camera records the picture. When the camera has finished transferring the picture to memory, the shutter release lamp will go off and the exposure count in the control panel display will go down by one.
Release the shutter release button. The camera is now ready to take another picture.
Beyond the Basics
This chapter describes how to use the built-in flash, change the cameras settings, connect your camera to a computer, and delete pictures from the cameras memory.
Using the Flash
The built-in flash has three settings: Auto, On, and Off. The cameras current flash setting is displayed in the control display panel.
When the flash is set to Auto, the camera's internal auto exposure circuitry will automatically activate the flash when lighting is poor. This setting is the best choice in most circumstances. When set to Off, the flash will not be activated even when light is inadequate. Set the flash to Off when you have prepared your own lighting effects, when you wish to capture natural lighting under low light conditions, or where use of a flash is prohibited. If the flash is set to On, the flash will be activated whenever the shutter release button is fully depressed. Set the flash to On to fill-in a back-lit subject.
Note: When using the flash to take portraits of people or animals, you may wish to use the red-eye reduction setting described in the following section, Red-Eye Reduction. Note: When using the flash, be careful not to place your finger over the flash window.
Beyond the Basics : Using the Flash
To change the flash setting, press the ADJUST button.
When the flash is set to Auto, pressing the shutter release button half-way will activate the auto exposure circuitry, causing the flash to charge whenever lighting is poor. Changing the setting to On causes the flash to charge each time the shutter release button is pressed. You will not be able to take photographs until the flash is fully charged.
Shutter Release Lamp
When the flash is fully charged, the shutter release lamp will glow steadily. Press the shutter release button the rest of the way to fire the flash and record an image. Note: The COOLPIX 100's built-in flash has a range of 1.2 2.25 meters (311 75).
To take a photograph using the automatic timer, first place the camera on a stable surface to frame your photograph in the viewfinder, then press the shutter release button down fully. The shutter will activate automatically ten seconds after the Automatic Timer indicator begins to flash. Note: To stop the automatic timer off without taking a picture, turn the camera off.
Beyond the Basics : Using the Automatic Timer
Connecting Your Camera to a Computer
The COOLPIX 100 camera can be connected to computers with a PCMCIA Type II or Type III PC card slot (check your computers documentation to determine whether it has the appropriate kind of card slot). To connect your camera to a computer, first remove the cameras battery unit.
Next, insert the camera into the computers card slot as shown below.
When the camera has been fully inserted, the letters PC will be shown in the first two digits of the cameras date/time display.
Beyond the Basics : Connecting Your Camera to a Computer
Note: With some computers, you will need to insert the card quite firmly before the computer will recognize the cameras flash memory card. Check the cameras control panel display to be sure that the camera is fully inserted. Once you have correctly inserted the camera into your computers PC card slot and PC is showing in the cameras control panel display, you are ready to view the images stored in the cameras memory or to transfer your photographs to disk for long-term storage. For more information on how to use COOLPIX 100 with your computer, consult the documentation for the browser software included with this product. Note: In order to read the image data stored in the camera's memory, a RAM card driver which supports the ATA interface must be installed on your computer. Consult your computer or card-drive manual.
Deleting Pictures from Memory
COOLPIX 100 allows you to delete the most recently taken photograph from memory. You can also delete all stored photographs at once by reformatting the cameras memory. To remove the most recent photograph, hold the ERASE button down until E- -- -1 shows in the date/time display.
The number of exposures remaining will increase by one, indicating that the most recently taken photograph has been deleted. Pressing the ERASE button again will cause the next most recent photograph to be removed from memory. COOLPIX 100s internal memory is sufficient to hold up to forty-two normal quality images or up to twenty-one fine quality images. When you no longer have enough memory to take further pictures at the current quality setting, the exposure count in the control panel display will show zero.
Beyond the Basics : Deleting Pictures from Memory
In this case, you will not be able to take more pictures until you have either deleted one or more pictures as described above or reset the cameras memory. If you should choose to reset the cameras memory, you should be sure to transfer to your computer all data currently stored in camera to save the pictures you would like to keep (see Connecting Your Camera to a Computer for information on how to connect your camera to a computer for data transfer). After removing the camera from the computers card slot, replace the battery unit, being careful not to get your fingers caught between the battery unit and the camera body. Turn the camera on, then hold the ERASE button down while pressing the ADJUST button.
Hold the ADJUST and ERASE buttons down until E- -A LL appears in the date/time display. The display will flash while the cameras memory is reformatted. Note: Pressing the ADJUST and ERASE buttons simultaneously will permanently erase all photographs currently in memory. Once the reformatting process is complete, the exposure count indicator will show the maximum number of exposures possible at the current quality setting. All picture data stored in the cameras memory will have been erased.
Caring for Your Camera
To ensure that you continue to get the most from your camera, you should observe the following precautions when cleaning and storing your camera.
The lens is covered by a clear plastic shield. You should avoid touching this shield with your fingers. Use a blower to remove dirt and dust from the lens shield. If you do get a fingerprint or other stain on the shield, wipe it carefully with a soft cloth. Clean the viewfinder and the body of the camera with a soft cloth after removing dust and dirt with a blower. If necessary, the camera may be cleaned with a damp cloth, although you should be sure to dry the camera immediately afterward. Do not apply alcohol or other cleaning fluids to any part of the camera.
Store your camera in a dry, well-ventilated environment, away from electronic equipment such as televisions or radios which produce strong magnetic fields. Do not store your camera where the temperature exceeds 60C (140F) or goes below -20C (-4F), or where the humidity exceeds 60%. If you are not going to use the camera for a long period of time, remove the batteries before putting the camera away.
If a problem occurs in the camera's internal circuits or memory, an error code will be displayed in the control panel.
To clear the display, turn the camera off and then on again. If the code is still displayed when the camera is turned back on, contact your retailer or Nikon representative for servicing.
Type: Image sensor: Resolution: Sensitivity: Lens: PC-card type digital camera 330,000 square-pixel, 1/3 progressive scan CCD 512 (horizontal) 480 (vertical) dots ISO 100 equivalent (35 mm format equivalent to 52 mm) 6.2mm fixed-focus f4.0 lens with a range of cm (5.5 9) in macro close-up mode Albada bright frame viewfinder 0.45 >80% Frames for normal and macro close-up modes Automatic TTL homing system TTL matrix metering system using a divided brightness CCD Programmed auto exposure combining electronic shutter and automatic gain control Charge-coupled electronic shutter 1 /45 - 1/10,000 sec.
Viewfinder: Magnification: Field of view: Display: White balance: Metering system: Exposure control:
Shutter: Speed: Built-in flash: Flash control:
Guide number 9 (IS0 100, m) Automatic, controlled by external photocell with a range of 1.2 2.25 meters (1.3 2.46 yards) Settings: Automatic, on, off Red-eye reduction pre-flash: 1 sec.
Timer: Interface: Memory: File allocation: File compression: Compression ratio: Power source: Dimensions: Weight:
Fixed ten-second timer PC card, ATA interface 1 MB internal flash memory DOS file allocation table JPEG 1 /10 in Fine mode, 1/20 in Normal mode Four AA alkaline batteries 60 (W) 154.5 () 34.5 mm (2.36 6.08 1.36 ) 160 g (5.7 ounces) without batteries
ADJUST button 4, 14, 21 Auto exposure 1, 18, 34
Macro close-up 1, 7, 24, 32 Macro close-up switch 4, 24, 32 Memory 1, 23, 35 removing data from memory 28-29 MODE button 4, 13, 22, 25
Batteries 9, 10, 12, 30 checking battery level 12 inserting batteries 10 Battery level indicator 6, 12 Battery unit 4, 26, 31
Normal mode 7, 24 Number of exposures remaining 6, 1617, 19, 28-29
Cautions 8-9 Cleaning 30 Clock-calendar. See Time and date Compression 23 Control panel display 4, 6
ON/OFF switch 4, 11
Parts list 4-5 PCMCIA interface 4, 26-27 Photocell 4
Date. See Time and date Dimensions 35
QUALITY button 4, 13-14, 23
ERASE button 4, 28-29 Error code 33 Exposure count. See Number of exposures remaining
Red-eye lamp 4, 22, 34 Red-eye reduction 1, 6, 22, 34 Resolution 23, 34
Flash 1, 4, 2022 Flash mode indicator 6, 20-21
Safety iv-v Shutter 1, 37 Shutter release button 4, 18-19, 31 Shutter release lamp 4, 7, 12, 18, 19 Sleep mode 11 Specifications 34-35 Storage 30 Strap pin 4, 5
Image quality 23 Image quality indicator 6
LCD display. See Control panel display Lens 4, 30, 34
Time and date 1315 setting the clock-calendar 14-15 style of the date/time display 13 date/time display 6 Timer 6, 25, 35 Troubleshooting 31-33 Turning the camera off 11 Turning the camera on 11
Viewfinder 4, 7, 18, 34
Wrist strap 3, 5
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We Name: Nikon UK Limited Address: Nikon House, 380 Richmond Road, Kingston, Surrey KT2 5PR, UK declare that the product Product Name: Nikon Digital Camera E100 Manufacturers Name: Nikon Corporation Manufacturers Address: Fuji Bldg., 2-3, Marunouchi 3-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100, Japan is in conformity with the following Standards EN55022 Class B EN50082-1 IEC801-2: 1991 4kV (direct discharge), 8kV (air discharge) IEC801-3: 1984 3V/m (IEC801-4: 1988 1kVAC, 0.5kV, I/O) following the provisions of the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) DECLARATION DE CONFORMITE DE LA CEE Nous Nom: Nikon UK Limited Adresse: Nikon House, 380 Richmond Road, Kingston, Surrey KT2 5PR, UK dclarons que ce produit Nom du produit: Nikon Digital Camera E100 Nom du fabricant: Nikon Corporation Adresse du fabricant: Fuji Bldg., 2-3, Marunouchi 3-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100, Japon est conforme aux normes suivantes EN55022 Classe B EN50082-1 IEC801-2: 1991 4kV (dcharge par court-circuit), 8kV (dcharge par amorage) IEC801-3: 1984 3V/m (IEC801-4: 1988 1kVAC, 0.5kV, I/O) selon les dispositions de la directive de la CEE (89/336/EEC) ERKLRUNG BER EG-NORMENGERECHTHEIT Wir Name: Nikon UK Limited Anschrift: Nikon House, 380 Richmond Road, Kingston, Surrey KT2 5PR, UK erklren hiermit, da das folgende Produkt Produktbezeichnung: Nikon Digital Camera E100 Name des Herstellers: Nikon Corporation Anschrift des Herstellers: Fuji Bldg., 2-3, Marunouchi 3-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100, Japan den nachstehend aufgefhrten Normen gengt: EN55022 Klasse B EN50082-1 IEC801-2: 1991 4kV (Direkt Entladung), 8kV (Raum Entladung) IEC801-3: 1984 3V/m (IEC801-4: 1988 1kVAC, 0.5kV, I/O) und zwar gem den Bestimmungen der EMC-Richtlinie (89/336/EEC)
Kingston, UK Place Lieu Ort
November 1, 1996 Date Date Datum
Signature/Managing Director Signature/Directeur gnral Unterschrift/Geschftsfhrer
Upgrading the Firmware for the COOLPIX L100
Upgrading the Firmware for the
Thank you for choosing a Nikon product. This guide describes how to upgrade the firmware for the COOLPIX L100 digital camera. If you are not confident that you can perform the update successfully, the update can be performed by a Nikon service representative. Important The camera may be damaged if power is interrupted or camera controls are operated during the update. Do not turn the camera off, remove or disconnect the power source, or operate camera controls during the update. If the update is not completed successfully and the camera becomes inoperable, take the camera to a Nikon-authorized service representative for inspection.
To upgrade the camera firmware, you will need: The camera A computer equipped with an SD card reader or card slot One of the following power sources: An EH-67 AC adapter
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Four fresh or nearly fresh AA alkaline or lithium batteries A Nikon-approved memory card that has been formatted in the camera (note that formatting permanently deletes any data the card may contain; be sure to back up any important files to a computer before formatting the card) The camera User's Manual
Check the current camera firmware version
Turn the camera on. Press the select the button to display the menus. Press the multi selector left and (setup) tab.
The Set up menu will be displayed in the camera monitor. Select Firmware version.
The current firmware version will be displayed. This upgrade can be used with firmware version 1.0.
Exit to the Set up menu and turn the camera off.
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Download and extract the new firmware
Right-click an empty area of the desktop and select New > Folder from the menu that appears. Name the new folder as desired.
Right-click the I agree - Begin download link on the download site and select Save Target As. Save the file to the folder created in Step 3-1. Open the folder created in Step 3-1 and double-click the downloaded F-L100V11W.exe file to extract the following files to an L100Update folder in the new folder:
Folder containing camera firmware firmware: firmware.bin: Camera firmware (in firmware folder)
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Copy the firmware to the memory card
The firmware can be copied to the camera memory card using a computer equipped with a card reader or card slot.
Insert a formatted memory card in the card reader or card slot. If Nikon Transfer is installed, it may start automatically; select Exit from the File menu to exit Nikon Transfer.
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Windows Vista Under Windows Vista, an AutoPlay dialog. may be displayed. Click
Windows XP Under Windows XP, a Removable Disk dialog may be displayed. Click Cancel.
The memory card will appear in Computer (Windows Vista) or My Computer (Windows XP) as a removable disk. Copy the firmware folder from the L100Update folder to the removable disk.
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L100Update folder When copying is complete, open the firmware folder on the removable disk and confirm that it contains the file firmware.bin.
Right click the removable disk and select Eject from the menu that appears. Remove the memory card from the card reader or card slot.
Update the camera firmware
During the update, do not: Remove the memory card Turn the camera off Unplug or disconnect the AC adapter Remove the battery Subject the camera to powerful electromagnetic noise Any of the above actions could cause the camera to become inoperable.
Insert the memory card containing the firmware into the camera memory card slot. Turn the camera on.
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Press the select the
button to display the menus. Press the multi selector left and (setup) tab.
A firmware update dialog will be displayed. Select Yes and press the center of the button at the center of the multi selector to begin the update.
The message shown at right will be displayed while the update is in progress.
The message shown at right will be displayed when the update is complete.
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Confirm that the update was completed successfully. 6-1.Turn the camera off and remove the memory card. 6-2.Check the camera firmware version as described in Step 2, Check the current camera firmware version. 6-3.If the version displayed is 1.1, the update was successful.
If the update was not successful, contact a Nikon service representative.
Format the memory card. This completes the firmware update.
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Advanced bridge camera with remarkable reach. The powerful NIKKOR 26x wideangle zoom lens offers outstanding compositional freedom and features Extra-low Dispersion (ED) lens glass to ensure crisp results whether you shoot wide-angle or super-telephoto. The ability to capture full (1080p) high-definition movies in stereo sound, and use the optical zoom and autofocus functions during recording, enables superior-quality video and extends the options for shooting movies from a distance. The back illuminated CMOS sensor and HDR mode offer increased sensitivity and superior results when shooting in dimly lit conditions. The Coolpix P100 - covers all the angles, day or night.
|Product Type||Digital camera - compact|
|Optical Sensor Type||CMOS|
|Total Pixels||10,600,000 pixels|
|Effective Sensor Resolution||10,300,000 pixels|
|Optical Sensor Size||1/2.3"|
|Light Sensitivity||ISO 800, ISO 400, ISO 200, ISO 160, ISO 1600, ISO 3200, ISO auto (160-800), ISO auto (160-200), ISO auto (160-400), ISO auto (160-1600)|
|Digital Zoom||4 x|
|Shooting Modes||Frame movie mode|
|Image Stabilizer||Optical (image sensor shift mechanism)|
|Exposure Modes||Program, automatic, manual, aperture-priority, shutter-priority|
|Still Image Format||JPEG|
|Continuous Shooting Speed||10 frames per second|
|Memory / Storage|
|Supported Flash Memory||SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card|
|Integrated Memory||43 MB|
|Image Storage||JPEG 3648 x 2736 JPEG 3264 x 2448 JPEG 2592 x 1944 JPEG 2048 x 1536 JPEG 1600 x 1200 JPEG 1280 x 960 JPEG 1024 x 768 JPEG 640 x 480 JPEG 3648 x 2432 JPEG 3584 x 2016 JPEG 2736 x 2736|
|Camera Flash||Pop-up flash|
|Type||Zoom lens - 4.6 mm - 120 mm - f/2.8-5.0|
|Focal Length||4.6 mm - 120 mm|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||26 - 678mm|
|Focus Adjustment||Automatic, manual|
|Min Focus Range||19.7 in|
|Macro Focus Range||0.4 in|
|Optical Zoom||26 x|
|Zoom Adjustment||Motorized drive|
|Additional Features||USB 2.0 compatibility, Scene Detection Technology, in-camera red-eye fix, face-priority AF function, Active D-Lighting technology, D-Lighting technology, Auto HDR mode, 1080p Full HD movie recording, Best Shot Selector (BSS), face detection, USB charging, dual image stabilization, Blink Detection technology, Motion Detection Technology, Smile Detection technology|
|Viewfinder Color Support||Color|
|Viewfinder Diagonal Size||0.24"|
|Viewfinder Resolution||230,000 pixels|
|Type||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 3" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Sliding|
|Display Format||460,000 pixels|
|Type||Microphone - built-in|
|Microphone Technology||Electret condenser|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Stereo|
|Connector Type||1 x USB 1 x composite video/audio output 1 x HDMI output|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 x SD Memory Card|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities|
|System Requirements for PC Connection|
|Peripheral Devices||USB port, CD-ROM drive|
|Included Accessories||Carrying strap, lens cap|
|Cables Included||A/V cable USB cable|
|Power Device||Power adapter - external|
|Supported Battery||Nikon EN-EL5|
|Supported Battery Details||1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included )|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||26212, COOLPIXP100|
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