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User reviews and opinions
|ndeans||5:51am on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010|
|For my first REAL digital camera, I like it a lot. I saved my money, bought it and was very happy....|
|Jaroslav Klaus||11:42am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010|
|Pretty good but it can break I got this camera used last year for $5.00. dont buy this overpriced!!!!!!!!! Performs well after gettling it charged other issues.... Performs well after gettling it charged other issues....|
|tkei980||3:57am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010|
|Wow, now what a nice looking camera I can hear you all saying whilst sitting back from your screens in a state of shock. Yes indeed. Wow, now what a nice looking camera I can hear you all saying whilst sitting back from your screens in a state of shock. Yes indeed. Nikon Coolpix 2200 - Advantages: Compact, Light, Ease of use - Disadvantages: Quicktime movies|
|petrnikolaevich||4:58pm on Monday, September 6th, 2010|
|Excellent pictures with very little post processing work. Great macro mode, excellent flash exposures, long battery life, great size.|
|mthndz||11:50pm on Sunday, August 15th, 2010|
|Happy with pix; SCENEs and ASSISTs helpfu Recharger and memory added to great price Compact SLOW shutter, mode dial too exposed, dust gets in viewfinder|
|ganehw||9:26pm on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|There are many cameras in this world. Among them I think Nikon Coolpix 2200 is best camera.|
|savaclaire||7:48am on Tuesday, July 13th, 2010|
|Tot i que no és una càmera avançada, permet fotos força correctes per a un afeccionat de nivell mig quan és vol rapidesa i poques complicacions. I have owned it 12 months, 3500 shots. Easy to carry, easy to use, good photos, quite good even without flash in lowish light. Reasonably rugged.|
|jazzizhep||6:13pm on Saturday, June 5th, 2010|
|Good for the money This camera is small but packs a punch. Could I ask for more? This camera is ideal for the average photographer. It is moulded to fithands in the best positioning.|
|lucdupuy||2:55am on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010|
|I still have problems regulating the thermostat in our home, I am minimally adept at dealing with my cell phone, minimally. One of the easiest and fastest, durable, nice pictures, built-in memory, small enough Low resolution, QuickTime movies, no sound Compact and easy to use. Not all brands of SD memory card work.|
|foxmask||11:22am on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010|
|Very basic to advanced users.... no manual controls... few flash.... Good for start user... Small size, Good macro No manual controls, small lcd, few flash|
|cpmac||1:39am on Monday, April 26th, 2010|
|Good for the money This camera is small but packs a punch. Could I ask for more? This camera is ideal for the average photographer. It is moulded to fithands in the best positioning.|
|tomlenegg||8:50am on Thursday, April 15th, 2010|
|ease of use,compact useless at night time pictures,small screen,battery life I been looking for a digital camera for several months,then i came across this little beauty. small and fantastic quality photos battery life|
|occe||2:22am on Sunday, April 11th, 2010|
|Good for start user... Very basic to advanced... Small size, Good macro No manual controls, small lcd, few flash|
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Notice for customers in the U.S.A.
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.
E3200/E2200 Tested To Comply With FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
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. 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.
Notice for customers in the State of California
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Internal Memory and SD Memory Card
This camera uses both an internal memory and an SD memory card for storing pictures. If you insert a card into the camera, pictures will automatically be stored on the card instead of in the memory. To store, view or delete pictures in the memory or to format the memory, remove the memory card first. Life-Long Learning
As part of Nikon's "Life-Long Learning" commitment to ongoing product support and education, continually-updated information is available on-line at the following sites: For users in the U.S.A.: http://www.nikonusa.com/ For users in Europe: http://www.europe-nikon.com/support For users in Asia, Oceania, the Middle East, and Africa: 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. See the URL below for contact information: http://www.nikonimaging.com/eng/
Before You Begin
Parts of the Camera
Power-on lamp (Q 12) Shutter-release button (Q 7) Microphone (E3200 only) Before You Begin
Power switch (Q 12)
Speaker (E3200 only) Built-in Speedlight (Q 24) Viewfinder (Q 18) Self-timer lamp (Q 26)/ Red-eye reduction lamp (E3200 only) (Q 24) AF-Assist illuminator (E3200 only) (Q 24)
Eyelet for camera strap
Memory card slot cover (Q 10)
Lens (Q 18)
Attaching the Camera Strap
Red (!) lamp (Q 20) Green (AF) lamp (Q 20) Viewfinder (Q 18)
Mode dial (Q 6)
Zoom (l/O ) buttons (Q 18) MENU button (Q 61) Multi selector (!/Y/&/V) (Q 7) u(delete) button (Q 22, 23) x(play) button (Q 22, 23)
Monitor (Q 5, 18)
Tripod socket (Q 25, 26) Interface connector cover (Q 44, 46)
Battery-chamber cover (Q 8) Battery-chamber cover latch (Q 8)
Interface connector cover USB connector (Q 46) Audio/video (AV) out connector (E3200 only) (Q 44)/ Video output connector (E2200 only) (Q 44)
The power-on lamp should be off.
First Steps Direction of insertion Terminals Front
Open the memory card slot cover
Insert the memory card
Insert the memory card in the direction of the arrow as shown in the label on the underside of the memory card slot cover. Insert straight without bending.
Insert the memory card terminals first.
Inserting the card upside down or backwards could damage the camera or the card. Check to be sure the card is in the correct orientation.
Close the memory card slot cover
Inserting Memory Cards Formatting Memory Cards
Memory cards must be formatted before first use. For information on formatting memory cards, see "The Setup Menu: Format memory/card" (Q 93).
Removing Memory Cards
Memory cards can be removed without loss of data when the camera is off. To remove memory cards, turn the camera off and confirm that the power-on lamp is off. Do not open the memory card slot cover while the power-on lamp is lit. Open the memory card slot cover and press the memory card to partially eject the card. The card can then be removed by hand.
Use only Secure Digital (SD) memory cards.
Do not disassemble or modify. Do not drop, bend, or expose to water or strong physical shocks. Do not touch the metal terminals with your fingers or metal objects. Do not affix labels or stickers to the memory card. Do not leave in direct sunlight in a closed vehicle or in other areas exposed to high
Do not expose to high levels of humidity or to corrosive gas.
The Write Protect Switch
SD cards are equipped with a write protect switch to prevent accidental loss of data. When this switch is in the "lock" position, pictures can not be recorded, deleted, or edited, and the card can not be formatted. Do not lock the card when taking, deleting, or editing pictures. Write protect switch When card is locked, pictures can be played back but can not be recorded, deleted, edited, or transferred using the camera a (V) button.
Checking the Battery Level
Turn the camera on
Press the power switch. The power-on lamp will light. Rotate the mode dial to a setting other than f.
The first and last pictures in memory are linked. Pressing the multi selector up or left when the first picture in memory is displayed will take you to the last picture. Pressing the multi selector down or right when the last picture is displayed takes you to the first picture.
Image File and Folder Names
In the memory or on the memory card, pictures are identified by file names with three parts: a four letter identifier, a four-digit file number assigned automatically by the camera in ascending order, and a three-letter extension (e.g., "DSCN0001.JPG") Picture type Original Copy Voice memo appended to still picture (E3200 only) Still picture Movie Small copy Cropped copy Voice memo Identifier DSCN DSCN SSCN RSCN DSCN SSCN RSCN Extension.JPG.MOV.JPG.JPG.WAV Q 43
When a picture is viewed in the monitor, the file number and extension appear in the top right corner of the display. The identifier is not displayed, but is visible when the picture is transferred to a computer. Pictures are stored in folders created automatically by the camera and named with a three-digit folder number followed by "NIKON" (e.g., "100NIKON"). Folders can hold up to 200 pictures; if you take a picture when the current folder contains 200 pictures, a new folder will be created by adding one to the current folder number. If you take a picture when the current folder contains a picture numbered 9999, a new folder will be created and file numbering will begin again from 0001. If the number of files reaches 200 or file numbering reaches 9999 when the memory or memory card contains a folder numbered 999, no further pictures can be taken until the memory or memory card has been formatted (Q 93) or a new memory card inserted. Basic Photography
More on Photography
When Lighting Is Poor: Using the Flash
The following flash modes are available:
Mode # Auto % Auto with red-eye reduction $ Flash Cancel (off) ! Anytime Flash ( fill flash) k (Slow sync) How it works When to use it More on Photography Flash fires when lighting is Best choice in most situations. poor. Use for portraits (works best when subRed-eye reduction lamp ject is well within range of flash and (E3200) or flash (E2200) looking at pre-flash). Not recommended fires before main flash, when quick shutter response is reducing "red-eye." required. Use to capture natural lighting under Flash will not fire even dim light or where use of flash is prohibwhen lighting is poor. ited. If 2 (camera shake) icon appears, care should be taken to avoid blurring. Flash fires whenever picture Use to "fill-in" (illuminate) shadows and is taken. back-lit subjects. Use to capture both subject and backAuto flash combined with ground at night or under dim light. If slow shutter speeds. 2 (camera shake) icon appears, care should be taken to avoid blurring.
j Sports Assist
j (sports assist) mode is used for dynamic action shots that capture moving objects. The assist menu lets you freeze the action in a single shot or record motion in a series of pictures.
While shutter-release button is held down, pictures are recorded at rate of about 3 frames every 2 seconds (rate of shooting will slow when < icon is displayed). With E3200, camera records 3 shots when image mode is set to b Normal (2048), and with E2200, 6 shots when image mode is set to c (1600). Focus, exposure, and white balance are determined by first shot in each series. Camera focuses continuously, even when shutter-release button is not pressed.
Sports Sport spectator
\ Sport spectator
Sport spectator is ideal for capturing those instants when you have no time to compose the picture. Use at ranges of 3 m to infinity. A series of shots can be taken by holding the shutter-release button down. Number of shots that can be taken is the same as for j (Sports) mode.
Sports Sport composite
Each time shutter-release button is pressed, camera takes 16 shots in about two seconds and arranges them in four rows to form a single picture. Focus, exposure, and white balance are determined by first shot in each series.
In Sports or Sports composite mode, the focus is constantly reset until it is locked by pressing the shutter-release button halfway.
m Night Portrait Assist
m (night portrait assist) mode is used for taking portrait shots at night, when it provides a natural balance between the main subject and the background. Pictures taken at slow shutter speeds are adjusted to improve quality, slightly increasing processing time; to prevent blurring, mount the camera on a tripod or rest it on a flat, stable surface. For more information on framing assist options, see i Portrait Assist (Q 30).
! % Y OFF* & OFF More on Photography
Flash Mode Selection in m Mode
Flash mode is automatically set to % (auto with red-eye reduction).
e Scene Mode
e (scene) mode offers a menu of eleven "scenes," each corresponding to a common situation, such as a backlit subject, sunset, or interior shot. Camera settings are automatically adjusted to suit the selected scene, sparing you the necessity of adjusting each setting separately. To take pictures in scene mode, rotate the mode dial to e and follow the steps below.
Display scene menu.
Choose scene. Current selection shown by large icon and caption.
Make selection. To return to shooting mode, press ^. Selected scene shown by icon at top left corner of monitor.
Image mode can be selected in the scene menu. The current setting is shown when the image mode icon is highlighted.
When the 2 icon appears in the monitor, pictures may be blurred. In this section, the precautions that you can take to avoid blur are indicated by stars: hold camera in both hands and brace elbows against your body. use a tripod or rest the camera on a flat, level surface.
e Scene Mode The following scenes are available:
Use for shots that include details of the background, or to capture the effects of candlelight and other indoor background lighting.
Vividly captures the brightness of such subjects as snowfields, beaches, or sunlit expanses of water. Flash mode automatically set to AUTO; other modes can be selected. ! Auto* Y OFF* & OFF
Preserves the deep hues seen in sunsets and sunrises.
Preserves the colors seen in the weak natural light before sunrise or after sunset.
Pictures taken at slow shutter speeds are processed to improve quality, slightly increasing time before pictures are saved to memory or memory card. ! $ Y OFF* & OFF
More on Photography A slow shutter speed is used to produce stunning night landscapes. Focus is fixed at infinity.
Use to capture vivid colors in close-up shots of flowers, insects, and other small objects, with the background artistically blurred. Flash mode automatically set to AUTO; other modes can be selected. Camera focuses continuously, even when shutter-release button is not pressed halfway. Minimum focus distance varies with zoom position. To focus on objects as close as 4 cm/1.6 to the lens, adjust zoom until the macro close-up icon (&) in monitor turns green. ! Auto* Y OFF* & ON
To Record voice memo Press
Description If. @ icon is displayed on current picture, memo will be recorded while shutter-release button is held down. During recording, REC icon blinks. Recording ends after about 20s or when shutter-release button is released. Do not touch microphone during recording. Pictures for which voice memo exists are marked by 1 icon. Press shutter-release button to play voice memo. Playback ends when voice memo ends or shutter-release button is pressed again.
Play voice memo
l (W)/ O (T)
Zoom buttons control volume during playback. Press l (W) to lower volume, O (T) to increase. Volume can also be adjusted using Sound settings option in setup menu (Q 90). Confirmation dialog will be displayed. Press multi selector up or down to highlight option, press the center of the multi selector to select. Select No to exit without deleting picture or voice memo. Select  to delete voice memo only. Select Yes to delete both picture and voice memo.
Delete picture or voice memo
Voice memo file names consist of an identifier ("DSCN" for memos appended to original pictures, "SND_" for memos appended to copies), a four-digit file number copied from the associated picture, and the extension ".WAV" (e.g., "DSCN0015.WAV").
Viewing Pictures on TV
Using the EG-CP12 audio/video (AV) cable (E3200) or EG-CP11 video cable (E2200) included with your camera, you can connect the camera to a television or video-cassette recorder (VCR). Choosing a Video Mode
The Video mode item in the camera setup menu offers a choice of NTSC and PAL standards (Q 94). Be sure that the standard selected matches that used in the device.
Turn the camera off
Turn the camera off before connecting or disconnecting the AV/video cable.
Connect the AV/video cable to the camera
Open the interface connector cover and insert the black plug into the camera's interface connector.
Connect the AV/video cable to the television or VCR
[E3200] Insert the yellow plug on the AV cable into the video-in jack on the television or VCR and the white plug into the audio-in jack. [E2200] Insert the yellow plug on the video cable into the video-in jack on the television or VCR.
Press the x button for about a second to turn the camera on. The camera monitor will remain off and the television will display the image normally shown in the monitor. If the camera is connected to a VCR, images can be recorded to video tape.
Viewing Pictures on a Computer
Using the UC-E6 USB cable and Nikon View software provided with your camera, you can view your photographs and movies on a computer. Before you can transfer (copy) pictures to your computer, you will need to install Nikon View. For more information on installing Nikon View and transferring pictures to your computer, see the Quick Start Guide and the Nikon View Reference Manual.
Before Connecting the Camera
Pictures can be copied from the camera to the computer by: Pressing the a (V) button on the camera (Q 76) Clicking the button in Nikon View Which method you will use depends on your computer's operating system and the USB option selected in the camera setup menu. After consulting the following table, select the appropriate option using the USB item in the camera setup menu. The default option is Mass Storage.
SET-UP Language 4/5
Welcome screen Date Monitor settings
Pictures transferred using: Operating system Windows XP Home Edition Windows XP Professional Mac OS X 10.1.3 or later Mac OS X 10.1.2 Windows 2000 Professional Windows Millennium Edition (Me) Windows 98 Second Edition (SE) Mac OS 9 (9.0 - 9.2) Camera a (V) button* Nikon View button
Choose Mass Storage or PTP. Choose PTP. Choose Mass Storage or PTP.
Choose Mass Storage.
* The camera a (V) button can not be used to transfer pictures in the following cases. Use the Nikon View button.
When your computer's operating system is Mac OS X 10.1.2 When Mass Storage is selected for the USB option when transferring pictures from the camera memory When the memory card write-protect switch is in the "lock" position. Unlock by sliding the switch to the "write" position before transferring pictures.
Connecting the USB Cable
Turn the computer on and wait for it to start up. After confirming that the camera is off, connect the UC-E6 USB cable as shown below. Connect the camera directly to the computer; do not connect the cable via a USB hub or keyboard.
UC-E6 USB cable
You can now turn the camera on and transfer pictures as described in the Quick Start Guide.
Windows 2000 Professional, Windows Millennium Edition (Me), Windows 98 Second Edition (SE), Mac OS 9 (9.0-9.2) Do NOT select PTP when connecting the camera to a computer running one of the above operating systems. If you have connected the camera to a computer running one of the above operating systems with PTP selected in the USB menu, disconnect the camera as described below. Be sure to select Mass Storage before reconnecting the camera. Windows 2000 Professional A dialog will be displayed welcoming you to the Found New Hardware Wizard. Click Cancel to close the dialog, and then disconnect the camera. Windows Millennium Edition (Me) After displaying a message stating that the hardware information database is being updated, the computer will start the Add New Hardware Wizard. Click Cancel to exit the wizard, and then disconnect the camera. Windows 98 Second Edition (SE) The Add New Hardware Wizard will be displayed. Click Cancel to exit the wizard, and then disconnect the camera. Mac OS 9 (9.0 - 9.2) A dialog will be displayed stating that the computer is unable to use the driver needed for the "Nikon Digital Camera E3200_PTP" (E3200) or "Nikon Digital Camera E2200_PTP" (E2200) USB device. Click Cancel to close the dialog, and then disconnect the camera.
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."
To display the playback menu:
PLAYBACK MENU 1/3 Print set Slide show Delete
Display playback menu.
This option is used to play pictures back in an automated "slide show" with about three seconds between each picture.
SLIDE SHOW Pause Start Loop
Begin slide show.
Description Menu shown right will be disPAUSE played. Highlight Restart and press the center of the multi selecEnd tor to resume show. Highlight End Restart and press the center of the multi selector to end show. Press multi selector to right or down to skip to next slide. Hold multi selector down to fast forward through show.
The following operations can be performed during the show:
Pause slide show
Skip to next frame Return to previous frame End slide show
Press multi selector to left or up to return to previous slide. Hold multi selector down to rewind through show.
End slide show and return to playback.
If Loop is selected in the starting screen, the slide show will repeat automatically. To select or deselect the loop option, highlight Loop and press the center of the multi selector. A check mark next to Loop indicates that the loop option is selected.
Auto Off Small Pictures and Movies
The camera will enter standby mode if no operations are performed for thirty minutes during a slide show. Copies created with the small picture option (Q 78) are not displayed during slide shows. Movies are displayed as still images showing the movies first frame.
The delete menu contains the following options: If no memory card is inserted in the camera, pictures in the internal memory will be deleted. If the camera contains a memory card, pictures on the card will be deleted. To delete pictures in the internal memory, remove the memory card.
Erase selected images Erase all images
Deleting Selected Pictures
ERASE SELECTED IMAGES
Highlight Erase selected images.
Pictures in memory or memory card displayed as thumbnail images.
Select highlighted picture. Selected pictures marked by u icon.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to select additional pictures. To deselect picture, highlight and press multi selector down. To exit without deleting pictures, press ^ button.
Erase 1 image(s) ? No Yes
Confirmation dialog displayed. Select Yes to delete pictures, No to exit without deleting pictures.
Deleting All Pictures
To delete all unprotected pictures in the memory or on the memory card:
Highlight Erase all images.
Erasing all images ( Excluded) No Yes
Once deleted, pictures can not be recovered. Be sure that any pictures you would like to keep have been transferred to a computer (Q 45-47).
The following table lists the error messages and other warnings that appear in the monitor and how to deal with them.
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
Camera cannot focus.
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. 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 E3200 ARE HIDDEN or E2200. FILE CONTAINS File created by computer or View file on computer or corNO IMAGE DATA different make of camera. rect make of camera.
Flash does not fire
Picture can not be played back
Picture is a movie. Copy can not be cre Picture was created with small picture, or crop option. ated using small pic There is not enough free space on memory card to ture or crop options store new copy. Can not zoom in on picture Picture is a movie. Picture was created with small picture option. Picture has been cropped to size less than 320 240
Nikon View does not start when camera is connected or memory card inserted in card reader or card slot
Camera is off. 12-13 EH-62B AC adapter (available separately) is not prop- 9, 12 erly connected, or batteries are exhausted. UC-E6 USB cable is not correctly connected, or card not 10-11, properly inserted in card reader or card slot. 46 USB item in setup menu set to PTP when camera con45 nected to computer running Windows 2000 Professional, Windows Millennium Edition (Me), Windows 98 Second Edition (SE), or Mac OS 9. Camera is not registered in Device Manager (Windows only). See Nikon View Reference Manual (on CD) for further information.
E3200 digital camera E2200 digital camera Effective pixels 3.2 million (E3200); 2.0 million (E2200) E3200 1/2.7 high-density CCD; total pixels: 3.34 million CCD E2200 1/3.2 high-density CCD; total pixels: 2.14 million 2,048 1,536 (2048) (E3200 only) 1,600 1,200 (1600) (E3200 only) Image size (pixels) 1,600 1,200 (1600) (E2200 only) 1,(1024) (640) Lens 3 Zoom Nikkor E3200 F=5.8 - 17.4 mm (35-mm  camera-format equivalent: 38 - 115 mm) Focal length E2200 F=4.7 - 14.1 mm (35-mm  camera-format equivalent: 36 - 108 mm) f/-number f/2.8 - f/4.9 (E3200); f/2.6 - f/4.7 (E2200) Seven elements in six groups (E3200) Construction Six elements in five groups (E2200) 4 (35-mm  camera-format equivalent: 460 mm Digital zoom [E3200]/430 mm [E2200]) Contrast-detect through the lens (TTL) AF, with AF-assist illuAutofocus (AF) minator (E3200 only) Focus range 30 cm (1) - ; macro mode 4 cm/1.6 (W) - Focus-area selection Center with five-area selection in frame assist mode Viewfinder Real-image zoom viewfinder with LED indication Magnification 0.34 - 0.94 Approximately 82% horizontal and 82% vertical (E3200) Frame coverage Approximately 80% horizontal and 80% vertical (E2200) 1.6, 80,000-dot, low temperature polysilicon TFT LCD monitor Monitor Frame coverage Approximately 96% horizontal and 96% vertical (shooting mode) Storage Media SD memory cards/Internal memory (14.5 MB) Compliant with Design Rule for Camera File System File system (DCF), Exif 2.2, and Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) Compressed: JPEG-baseline-compliant File formats Movies: Quick Time 256-segment matrix metering linked to AF area Metering (when frame is displayed in frame-assisted scene mode) Exposure Programmed auto exposure with exposure compensation Exposure control (-2.0 - +2.0 EV in steps of 1/3 EV) Type
Clock, see Date Close-ups, 25, 27, 36 Close up, 28, 36 Color options, 61, 70 Computer, 45-47 copying pictures to, 76-77 Continuous, 61, 68 Copy, 28, 37 Cropping pictures, 41, 42, 105 CR-V3, see Batteries
mode, 16, 24, 25, 33, 3537 Focus, 18-19, 104, 106 Focus lock, 7, 21, 30 Format card, 82, 93 Framing assist, 6, 28, 29-33 Framing pictures, 18-19, 2933
Image quality, see Image mode Image mode, 16, 34, 63-64 Image size, see Image mode ISO, 25
Date, 14-15, 51, 82, 84, 87 Date imprint, 51, 82, 87 DCF, see Design rule for Camera File system Delete, 71, 73-74 Deleting pictures, 73-74 all pictures, 74 during shooting, 23 in full-screen playback, 22 selected pictures, 73-74 Design rule for Camera File system, 106, 107 Digital Print Order Format, 48, 52, 106 DPOF, see Digital Print Order Format Dusk/Dawn, 28, 35, 104
JPEG, 23, 106
AC adapter, i, iii, vi, 9, 97, 107 AF , 4, 20, 100 AF lamp, see Lamp, green (AF) Audio/video (AV) cable (EGCP12), 44 Audio/video (AV) output connector, 3 Auto off, 13, 82, 92 Auto transfer, 71, 76-77
Lamp, green (AF), 3, 7, 12, 20, 104 Lamp, red (!), 3, 12, 20, 104 Language, 14, 94 Language, choosing, 14 Lens, iii, 2, 99, 106
Macro mode, 27, 30-33, 3538 Memory cards, ii, 2, 10-11, 106 approved, 97 capacity of, 16, 64 formatting, 11, 75, 93 insertion and removal of, 10-11 MENU button, 3 MH-70 battery charger, 9, 97 Microphone, 2 Mode dial, 3, 6, 29 Monitor, ii, 3, 4-5, 18-19, 98, 103, 106 indicators in, 4-5, 103 turning on and off, 5 Monitor settings, 82, 86 MOV, see Movies Movies, 56-60, 106 recording, 56-59 viewing, 60
Backlit subjects, 34 Back light, 28, 37 Batteries, i-ii, vi, 8-9, 12, 99, 107 LR6 (AA), i, 8, 107 CR-V3, i, 8, 9, 96, 99, 107 EN-MH1, i, 8, 9, 96, 97, 107 charging, 9 FR6/L91 (AA), i, 8, 107 ZR6 (AA), i, 8, 107 Battery type, 82, 96 Beach/Snow, 28, 35 Best Shot Selector, 36, 69, 104 Blur, 24, 25, 26, 33, 34, 69, 104 Blur warning, 82, 91 Brightness, 82, 89
E-mail, 63, 64, 78 EN-MH1, see Batteries Error messages, 100-102 Exif 2.2, 106, 107 Exif Print, see Exif 2.2 Exp. +/-, 61, 67, 104, 106 Exposure compensation, see Exp. +/-
File numbering, 23, 95 Fill flash, 24, 37 Fireworks show, 28, 37, 104 Firmware version, 96 Flash, ii, 2, 24-25, 104, 107
Movie menu, the, 57 Multi selector, 3, 7 Museum, 28, 36, 104 Sensitivity, 25, 107 Setup menu, 82-96 f (setup) mode, 6, 82-96 Shooting menu, 61-70 Shutter-release button, 2, 7 Shutter-release delay, see Selftimer Size, see Image mode Slide show, 71-72 Small pic, 71, 78 Smear, 98 Sound settings, 82, 90 Speaker, 2 Speedlight, see Flash Standby mode, 13, 92 Strap, camera, i, 2 Sunset, 28, 35 Support information, 1 Wide angle, see Zoom W button, see Zoom buttons
2.0 3x 1.6" 15
Shutter release button
Key Features and Benefits
2.0 effective megapixels for photo quality prints up to 8 x 10 3x Optical Zoom-Nikkor lens for sharp clear images 15 Scene Modes automatically adjust controls for great pictures instantly Scene Assist guides you to take better pictures in Portrait, Landscape, Sports and Night Portrait modes Internal Memory stores approximately 26 high-quality images. Uses SD memory cards to take even more pictures Movie Mode allows the capture of live action in Quicktime movie format Creative Shooting Color Options allow you to select from standard color, vivid color, black & white, sepia and cool modes One-Touch Red-Eye Fix in NikonView is a Nikon exclusive that automatically corrects red-eye in most typical situations
3.5W x 2.6H 1.5D (only 4.9 oz.) Built-in Flash
Everything you need to get started:
Wrist Strap USB Cable Video Cable Two AA alkaline batteries LR6 Nikon Browsing Software (Coolpix) CD-ROM Video CD Lets Get Started
Macro Lens as close as 1.6 inches
3x Optical Zoom-Nikkor lens for sharp clear images
15 Versatile Scene Modes (4 with Scene Assist):
(with Scene Assist) (with Scene Assist) (with Scene Assist) (with Scene Assist)
Night Museum Landscape
The COOLPIX 2200 features 15 specially programmed modes to automatically handle focus, exposure, white balance and other adjustments that help you take great pictures at the press of a button. 4 of the 15 scene modes come with Scene Assist which offer a selection of easy framing assist options, to help you compose your pictures with the assistance of framing guides displayed in the monitor. Here is how it works:
Select mode on Mode Dial
Scroll up or down to choose a composition type and set
Position subject in framing guide and shoot
Zoom Button Multi Selector featuring [ ] (enter) button
14.5MB of internal memory makes it possible to take pictures even without an SD memory card. The Coolpix 2200 also makes it easy to copy recorded shots between media as you like.
(SD card sold separately) Advanced TFT-LCD Monitor for high visibility in daylight
5 Color Shooting Options:
Creative Shooting Color Options allow you to select from standard color, vivid color, black & white, sepia and cool modes
Black & White
PORTRAIT ASSIST MODE: Helps you frame portraits. Your subject comes out sharply focused with natural skin tones against a soft, pleasant background.
NIGHT PORTRAIT ASSIST MODE: Helps you frame portraits taken at night. Using Slow Sync with Red-Eye Reduction in a scene with an illuminated background, your subject is naturally exposed.
LANDSCAPE ASSIST MODE: Helps you frame vivid landscape shots that enhance outlines, colors, and contrast.
SPORTS ASSIST MODE: Is used for dynamic action shots that capture moving objects. The assist menu lets you freeze the action in a single shot or record motion in a series of pictures.
Portrait: (No guides are displayed in monitor.) Camera focuses on subject in center of frame.
Night Portrait: (No guides are displayed in monitor.) Use to focus on subject in center of frame.
Landscape: (No guides are displayed in monitor.) Use to focus on distant objects through foreground objects such as windows or a screen of branches. Focus is fixed at infinity.
Sports: While shutter-release button is held down, pictures are recorded at rate of about 3 frames every 2 seconds. Focus, exposure and white balance are determined by first shot in each series. Camera focuses continuously, even when shutter-release button is not pressed.
Portrait left: Camera focuses on subject in left half of frame.
Night Portrait left: Use to focus on subject in left half of frame.
Scenic View: Use to compose landscapes with sky in top third of frame, distant objects in middle third, and closer objects in bottom third. Sports spectator: Shutter-release button can be pressed in one motion without pausing halfway to check focus. Use at ranges of 3m (910) or more when subject is moving unpredictably, leaving you no time to compose pictures. Camera focuses continuously, even when shutter-release button is not pressed.
Portrait right: Camera focuses on subject in right half of frame.
Night Portrait right: Use to focus on subject in right half of frame.
Architecture: Use to photograph buildings. A grid is displayed in the monitor to help keep verticals and horizontals aligned with the frame.
Portrait close-up: Camera focuses on subjects face in top half of frame.
Night Portrait close-up: Use to focus on subjects face in top half of frame.
Group right: Use to compose portraits with portrait subjects to right and landmark or other object in background at left of frame. Both stay in focus.
Sports composite: Each time shutter-release button is pressed, camera takes 16 shots in about two seconds and arranges them in four rows to form a single picture. Focus, exposure and white balance are determined by first shot in each series.
Portrait couple: Camera focuses on two subjects positioned side-by-side.
Night Portrait couple: Use to focus on two subjects positioned side-by-side.
Group left: Use to compose portraits with portrait subjects to left and landmark or other object in background at right of frame. Both stay in focus.
Portrait figure: Use to compose a vertical portrait. Camera focuses on subjects face in top half of frame.
Night Portrait figure: Use to compose a vertical portrait. Camera focuses on subjects face in top half of frame.
Party/Indoor: In dim light, a slower shutter speed is automatically selected to bring out the background. In extremely low-light situations, the Slow Sync flash fires automatically. Beach/Snow: When shooting a scene with snow or water in the background, the image is free of grayish tones that are caused by typical underexposure. Back Light: The Speedlight fires to brighten subjects that are backlit and would come out dark if no flash was used.
Dawn/Dusk: Catches the natural-light beauty of dim or hazy situations, such as just before sunrise or after sunset.
Night Landscape: Use this mode to take in the true splendor of a nighttime scene using only ambient light.
Close Up: Used to capture vivid colors in close-up shots of flowers, insects and other small objects
Sunset: Exposure is automatically controlled, enabling you to preserve the exquisite, natural beauty of a sunset.
Fireworks: With short shutter release time lag, slow shutter speed, focus set at infinity, and other specific settings, you can capture fireworks in all their original beauty.
Copy: This mode is convenient when shooting characters printed on white material such as paper or white board. This is a great tool for application in business or at school. Panorama Assist Allows you to take several side-by-side images, all at the same exposure and white balance setting, then combine them later using the Panorama Maker photo editing software (supplied) to create spectacular wide-vista photos.
Museum: Disables flash for indoor shooting in venues that do not allow flash.
One-Touch Red-Eye Fix automatically removes most typical occurrences of red-eye with the click of a mouse
NikonView software comes with every Nikon Coolpix Digital Camera. This powerful application provides all the functionality you need to send, share, save and edit your pictures. NIKONVIEW FEATURES INCLUDE: Edit & Enhance Shots Print Send E-mail Create Slide Shows
Make Web Pages Upload to the Web Rename Files Burn CDs
Print directly from your camera You can send images directly to print, without the need of a PC, when using PictBridge and USB Direct Print compatible printers.
Hook directly to your TV show friends and family the results on a grand scale
One Touch Upload to the Web just touch the TRANSFER button once to upload images to the site, then enjoy exciting features such as easy album creation, e-card personalization, simple editing, and even gift shopping
Nikon Coolpix 2200
Digital Camera Specifications
Type: Effective pixels: CCD: Image modes: Lens: LCD monitor: Storage media: Shooting modes: Digital camera E2200 2.0 million 1/3.2-in.type (2.14 million total pixels) High (1,600 X 1,200), Normal (1,600 X 1,200), PC Screen (1,024 X 768), TV Screen (640 X 480) 3x Zoom-Nikkor; f=4.7-14.1mm (35mm camera-format equivalent to 36-108mm); Digital zoom:up to 4.0x 1.6-in.; 80,000-dot TFT LCD with 5-level brightness adjustment Internal memory: approx.14.5MB, SD memory card (not included) Auto, Scene Assistance (Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Night portrait), Scene (Party/Indoor, Beach/Snow, Sunset, Fireworks show, Night landscape, Close up, Museum, Dusk/Dawn, Copy, Back light, Panorama assist), Blur detection, Date imprint, Date counter, Digital zoom (Max.4x,0.2x step), Self-timer (10 sec.), BSS (Best Shot Selector) TV movie (640) at 15fps, Small size (320) at 15fps, Smaller size (160) at 15fps without sound (Internal memory): TV movie (640): approx. 26 sec., Small size (320): approx. 52 sec., Smaller size (160): approx. 211 sec. Single, Continuous, Multi-shot 16 (16 frames 1/16 in size) Color Options (Standard color, Vivid color, B&W, Sepia, Cyanotype) (w/Internal memory): High (1,600): approx. 15, Normal (1,600): approx. 29 Shooting range : 0.4-3.7m/1.4-12.1 ft. (W), 0.4-2.0m/11.4-6.6 ft. (T) Flash modes: Auto gain-up, Red-eye Reduction by LED lamp, Auto, Red- eye Reduction, Anytime Flash, Flash Cancel (off), Slow sync. USB Approx. 350 frames with two EN-MH1 batteries, approx.150 frames with two alkaline batteries when using LCD monitor Two rechargeable Nikon EN-MH1 NiMH batteries, One CRV3 lithium battery, Two LR6 (AA) alkaline batteries, Two ZR6 (AA) nickel manganese batteries, Two FR6/L91 (AA) lithium batteries, EH-62B AC adapter
Dimensions (WxHxD): Weight:
Approx. 3.15 x 2.46 x 1.5 in.(88 x 65 x 38mm) Approx. 4.9 oz. (140g) (Without battery and SD memory card)
Supplied accessories: Strap, USB cable, Video cable, AA alkaline batteries LR6 x 2, NikonView CD-ROM, Quick start Guide, and Instruction manual Optional accessories: Nikon Software System requirements for Macintosh Ni-MH Rechargeable battery EN-MH1-B2, Battery charger, EH- 62B AC adapter, Soft case, and SD memory card OS: Mac OS 9.0 - 9.2 (only built-in USB ports supported), Mac OS X (10.1.3 or later) Models: iMac, iMac DV, Power Macintosh G3 (Blue & White), Power Mac G4 or later; iBook, PowerBook G3 or later (only built-in USB ports supported) RAM: 64MB or more recommended Hard disk: 60MB required for installation, with additional amount equivalent to twice the capacity of the camera memory card plus 10MB required when NikonView 6 is running Display: 800 x 600 with 16-bit colors (full color recommended) Others: CD-ROM drive required for installation OS: Windows 98SE, Windows Me, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional pre-installed model Models: Only models with built-in USB ports supported CPU: 300MMX Pentium or faster RAM: 64MB or more recommended Hard disk: 60MB required for installation, with additional amount equivalent to twice the capacity of the camera memory card plus 10MB required when NikonView 6 is running, Display: 800 x 600 with 16-bit colors (full color recommended) Others: CD-ROM drive required for installation 255199 UPC code: 018208255191018208255092
Movie: Movie length: Capture modes: Number of frames: Built-in Speedlight:
Nikon Software System requirements for PC
Interface: Battery life: Power requirements:
All products indicated by trademark symbols are trademarked and/or registered by their respective companies. Specifications and equipment are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer. 12/03
2003 NIKON INC.
Coolpix 2200 Optional Accessories: Additional accessories can be found at www.nikoncoolpix.com on the Coolpix 2200 page
Coolpix 2200 Soft Carrying Case
EN-MHI-B2 Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery
Nikon Inc., 1300 Walt Whitman Road, Melville, NY 11747 www.nikonusa.com / 1-800-Nikon-UX
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