Nikon Coolpix 885
x 6 MB CompactFlash, English, 1y warranty, F/2.8-4.9
The heart of Coolpix 885 digital camera is its Nikon exclusive Zoom-Nikkor lens. Nikon has always been totally committed to controlling every aspect of its lens manufacturing. This is evident in Coolpix lenses that are specially designed for each camera and CCD combination. The result of this no-compromise attitude toward manufacturing is great image quality. Coolpix 885 features one-touch upload for automatic transfer images to the web and/or your hard drive at the press of the button on the ca... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Nikon Coolpix 885 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|kirneh72||7:09pm on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010|
|System Error and Warning! Remove Lens Cap error NIkon coolpix 885 I have had this camera since 2000 and it was my first digital. Fantastic camera...at least for me I bought this camera in 2001 for $500. OK - But Have to Recommend To Avoid Nikon never fixed the red oversaturation issue in these cameras. OK - But Have to Recommend To Avoid Nikon never fixed the red oversaturation issue in these cameras.|
|hires54au||10:37am on Saturday, September 4th, 2010|
|Brand name; ?reputation Slow, bulky, red-eye; fragile; expensive to fix BEST CAMERA I HAVE BOUGHT TO DATE NONE AT PRESENT|
|Trivelpiece||3:15pm on Saturday, August 21st, 2010|
|Have taken many great photos with this camera. Simple to use. It is a great camera to start digital photography with. Macro mode is also excellent.|
|jemmyw||4:06pm on Thursday, August 19th, 2010|
|great pictues, lots of features slow shutter speed. annoying when auto focus a clicking noise and i cant make it stop|
|Heather||5:21am on Wednesday, August 4th, 2010|
|Good effort Nikon Overall, I was pretty impressed with this little camera, and it is quite small. Good effort Nikon Overall, I was pretty impressed with this little camera, and it is quite small. Easy To Use Since buying this camera 12 months ago, I have always found it easy to use.|
|raiten||6:47am on Thursday, July 15th, 2010|
|Buy Something Else! I bought this camera, having a previous model. But this far from improving, and is much worse than the last model.|
|dbarajas||12:21pm on Friday, May 7th, 2010|
|Nice pics Died once at 13 months requiring service, now 14 months later dead again will not buy a Nikon again Excellent picture quality Delayed shutter. Extremely annoying. Although I knew that when I purchased it three years ago.|
|masha||11:03pm on Sunday, March 21st, 2010|
|Compact, full features, easy to use, super pictures None if you use two rechargable batteries|
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A Note on 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 battery, and turn the camera on again. If you are using an AC adapter, disconnect and reconnect the adapter, and turn the camera on again. If the camera continues to malfunction after performing the above operation, contact retailer or Nikon representative. Note that performing the above operation may eliminate data not recorded to the CF memory card at the time the camera stopped functioning. Data already recorded to the CF memory card will not be affected.
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Table of Contents
Product Documentation...3 For Your Safety....4-9 Notices...10-13
Introduction: Before You Begin..17-39 Overview: About This Manual..18-19 Getting to Know the COOLPIX885:
Where to Find ItParts of the COOLPIX885..20-21 How to Use ItCamera Controls and Displays..22-29
Where Do I Go from Here?: Doing More with Your Digital Camera..75-85 How Do I Send Pictures to My Friends and Family?: Distributing Photos by E-Mail and the Web..76-81
Creating Small Picture Files for E-Mail and the Web.76-79 Distributing Images Electronically...80-81
How Do I Make Prints?: From Data to Paper..82-84
* Focus area indicators are displayed when Manual option is selected in Focus Options > AF Area Mode in CSM shooting menu, or when Portrait (p. 65) or Close Up (p. 67) is selected in Scene mode.
G The Zoom button
Use the zoom button to frame pictures. Press W to zoom out, increasing the area visible in the final picture. Press T to zoom in, enlarging small or distant objects to fill the frame (p. 90). When an image is being played back full screen, press T (T) to zoom in on that image. Press W to cancel zoom (p. 161).
H The TRANSFER button
The transfer (TRANSFER) button is used to select images for transfer and to transfer selected images from the camera to a computer running Nikon View. When images are played back on the camera monitor, the TRANSFER button is used to select movies and pictures for transfer to a computer at a later date (p. 73). When the camera is connected to a computer running Nikon View, pressing the TRANSFER button copies all selected images to the computer (p. 80).
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I The QUICK p button
When taking pictures, the quick review (QUICK p) button is used to view the results of earlier pictures while setting up the next shot (p. 70).
K 2/6 button
The functions controlled by the 2/6 button depend on the operating mode and on the combination of buttons used.
Mode AUTO, SCENE, CSM
Page 92 IntroductionGetting to Know the COOLPIX885
J 1/75 button
The functions controlled by the 1/5 button depend on the operating mode and on the combination of buttons used.
Focus mode Manual focus distance Photo-information display
2 Press 2+ 6 Press
CSM p (Playback)
Function Exposure compensation
Mode AUTO, SCENE, CSM (exposure mode P only) CSM (exposure mode M only) CSM (exposure mode M only) CSM p, full-screen review or thumbnail review mode in AUTO, SCENE or CSM
1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 5 Press
L 3/7 button
When taking pictures, the flash mode (3) button controls the built-in Speedlight (p. 97). In full-frame playback or full-screen review, pressing this button displays the images stored on the CF memory card as small (thumbnail) preview , allowing you to choose images for playback or deletion from a menu of nine or four (p. 72, 162).
2 Take the picture
To take a picture, press the shutter release button all the way down.
3 Recompose the picture and shoot
Keeping the shutter release button pressed halfway, recompose your picture. Press the shutter release button the rest of the way down to shoot.
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.
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Step 5Check the Results
After each shot, the green light will blink as the picture is recorded to the CF memory card. If the monitor is on, the shot you have just taken will be displayed briefly in the monitor. Any additional shots you take while earlier pictures are being saved will be stored in a temporary memory buffer before being saved to the CF memory card. Pictures can be taken until the buffer is full (the buffer can hold about eight full-sized, normalquality images). When the buffer is full, an hourglass icon (W) will be displayed and the shutter release will be disabled. Additional pictures can be taken as soon as enough memory is available in the buffer and the W icon is no longer displayed.
While pictures are recorded to the CF memory card, the green light will blink. Do not eject the CF memory card, or remove or disconnect the power source until the light has stopped blinking. Removing the card or cutting power in these circumstances could result in loss of data.
Step 7Assisted Creative Photography: Select Scene Mode
Although the AUTO mode is suited to a wide variety of situations, some compositions call for special combinations of settings. In SCENE mode, you select the scene from a menu of creative shooting situations, and the camera automatically adjusts settings to produce the best possible results.
SCENE 1 Portrait Party/Indoor Night Portrait Beach/Snow Lnadscape Landscape Sunset
OFF SELECT DONE
SCENE 2 Night Landscape Museum Fireworks Show Close Up Copy Back Light OFF SELECT
Shooting in Scene Mode
Turn the power switch on and check the number of available exposures
Turn the mode dial to SCENE
Step 6Turn the Camera Off
When you have finished using the camera, turn the camera off to save battery power.
Option HI File format TIFF Description Best-quality image, with no compression. Use when quality or authenticity is of paramount importance. Fine image quality, suitable for enlargements or highquality prints. File size reduced to roughly 1/4 of original. Normal image quality, suited to most applications. File size reduced to roughly 1/8 of original. Basic image quality, suitable for pictures that will be distributed by e-mail or used in web pages. File size reduced to roughly 1/16 of original.
While setting of NORMAL represents the best trade-off between file size and image quality in most cases, a setting of BASIC can be used to save memory or create smaller files suitable for electronic distribution. Setting of HI or FINE are suitable for pictures that will be enlarged or printed at high resolution.
JPEG (pronounced jay-peg) stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, the organization which developed the JPEG compression standard.
Viewing the Current Image Quality and Size
The current image quality and size (except for full size) settings are displayed in the monitor as shown at right.
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IMAGE SIZE The image-size menu controls the physical Image Quality dimensions of the image, measured in pixels. Image Size FULL Folders XGA Smaller sizes require less space to store, making Monitor Options VGA them suited to distribution by e-mail and the web. Auto Off Seq. Numbers Conversely, the larger the image, the larger the CF Card Format SELECT SET size at which it can be printed without becoming noticeably grainy. Choose an image size according to the space available on the CF memory card and the task at hand.
The size of images when printed depends on the resolution of the printer (the higher the resolution, the smaller the final print size). The following table shows how images of different sizes will print at a resolution of 200 dpi (supported by most household inkjet printers). Print Size FULL XGA VGA Dimensions When Printed at 200 dpi Approx. 26 x 20 cm (10.2 x 7.9 in.) Approx. 13 x 10 cm (5.1 x 3.9 in.) Approx. 8 x 6 cm (3.1 x 2.4 in.) ReferenceCamera Setup
Image size can be adjusted from the SET-UP menu and the Image Size & Quality sub-menu in the CSM shooting menu (p. 134). Changes to image size in any of these menus apply to all modes. The image-size menu contains the following options:
Option FULL Size (pixels) 2048 x 1536 Application For high quality prints of up to A4 without additional treatment. Suited to printing at smaller sizes (for example, as an illustration in a letter or report), or to display on monitors 17 in. or larger. Can be displayed full screen on 13 in. monitors. Suited to distribution by e-mail or the web.
Highlight last letter and press > to create new folder.
Until a different folder is selected from the Folders menu, all subsequent pictures will be stored in the new folder. 108 109
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Renaming Existing Folders
TOKYO OSAKA KOBE
Press > to display list of folders
M N O S A K A P Q
SELECT SELECT SELECT OK
Highlight folder name
Press > Edit name as described in steps 35 of Creating New Folders on preceding page.
Highlight folder name Folder NIKON is not available for deletion.
Press > Select Yes to delete selected folder. Select No to return to SET-UP menu without deleting folder
If the selected folder contains hidden (p. 171) or protected (p. 170) images, the folder will not be deleted. Any images it contains that are neither hidden nor protected will, however, be deleted.
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Choosing a Folder
Once additional folders have been created, you can select the folder that will be used for playback or to store pictures in all modes. The folder can be chosen using the Folders sub-menu in SETUP mode or Folders item in the playback menu. Until a new folder is selected, all subsequent images will be stored in this folder, which will also be used for playback.
The Monitor Options sub-menu is used to specify when the monitor will turn on automatically and to set monitor brightness and hue (tone).
MONITOR OPTIONS Image Quality Image Size Folders Monitor Options Display Mode Auto Off Brightness Seq. Numbers CF Card Format Hue SELECT SET
FOLDERS Image Quality Image Size Options Folders Monitor Options N I K O N TOKYO Auto Off OSAKA Seq. Numbers CF Card Format PAGE2 SELECT SET
Controlling the Monitor: The Display Mode Menu
This option is used to specify the conditions under which the monitor will turn on automatically, and to specify whether or not pictures are displayed in the monitor after shooting.
DISPLAY MODE Monitor On Review Only Preview Only Monitor Off
File and Folder Names
Photos created by the COOLPIX885 have names of the form DSCNnnnn.JPG, where nnnn is a four-digit number assigned automatically by the camera (e.g., DSCN0001.JPG). In place of JPG, movies have the extension MOV (e.g., DSCN0001.MOV). For the small picture files, SSCN instead of DSCN is assigned (e.g., SSCN0002.JPG). Photos and movies are stored in folders with a name consisting of a three-digit number between 100 and 999, followed by NIKON (e.g., 100NIKON).
When a file number exceeds 9999 in a folder or the number of files in a folder exceeds 200, a new folder with one added to the folder number is created and image files, with sequential file numbers from 0001, will be stored in it.
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Storing Camera Settings: The Controls Menu
In CSM mode, the first three items in the save Controls menu determine what camera settings save remain in effect when the camera is turned off. If save Digital Zoom an item is checked, the setting in effect at the Done time the camera was turned off will be restored BK SELECT the next time the camera is turned on. Any items that are not checked will be restored to default settings when the camera is turned on.
Option 3 save 2 save ! save Digital Zoom Setting Affected Flash setting Focus mode Exposure compensation Digital zoom Default Auto Autofocus 0.0 On
Confirming Shutter Release: The Shot Confirm Lamp Menu
If desired, the red-eye reduction lamp next to the viewfinder window can be used to let your subjects know that the shutter has been released. This can be useful when taking portraits without the flash. Shot confirmation can be turned on or off in the Shot Confirm Lamp sub-menu.
Option Off On Description ReferenceCamera Setup Red-eye reduction lamp does not light when shutter is released (default). Red-eye reduction lamp lights when shutter is released.
SHOT CONFIRM LAMP Controls Shot Confirm Lam Off Pic data/Confirm On Date Video Mode Language Reset All SELECT SET
The fourth item, Digital Zoom, is used to turn digital zoom on and off in ATUO, SCENE and CSM mode. If it is checked, digital zoom functions normally (p. 90). If this item is not checked, digital zoom cannot be used, and pressing the T zoom button at the maximum optical-zoom position has no effect. To check an item, or remove the check mark from an item that has already been checked, highlight the item and press > on the Multi selector. Highlight Done and press > on the Multi selector to put the changes into effect.
Keeping the shutter release button held halfway, recompose your picture; press the shutter release button the rest of the way down to shoot.
Spot AF Area metering can be used in combination with focus-area selection (p. 150) to measure lighting in one of five focus areas, allowing you to meter an off-center subject without using auto exposure lock. 138
At settings other than Single, the flash is set to Off (P) and will not fire even when lighting is poor (p. 98). At settings other than Single, the focus, exposure and white-balance settings used for the first image apply to all other images in the same series. Setting of Ultra HS only takes effect when the monitor is on. If the monitor is turned off, the camera will revert to a setting of Single until the monitor is turned on. 139
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The Memory Buffer
The camera is equipped with a memory buffer for temporary storage of photos during shooting, allowing you to take several pictures in succession without waiting for the images to be transferred to the CF memory card. The number of images that can be stored in the buffer depends on the quality and size of the images. When the buffer becomes full, an hourglass icon (W) will be displayed in the monitor until enough data have been transferred to the card to allow more pictures to be taken. More pictures can be taken as soon as enough memory becomes available in the buffer. At a setting of Continuous or VGA Sequence, you can continue to take pictures as long as the shutter release button is held down, although the rate at which pictures are taken will drop when the buffer fills up.
Getting Sharper Pictures: The BSS (Best-Shot Selector) Menu
BEST SHOT SELECTOR Best-Shot Selector (BSS) is used when inadvertent camera movement could cause blurring. It is most effective in situations in which Off inadvertent camera movement can produce On blurred pictures, for example when: OFF SELECT SET the camera is zoomed in you are using macro close-up to take pictures at ranges of less than 30 cm (1 ft.) the flash can not be used although lighting is poor (for example, the subject is outside the range of the flash or you want to capture natural lighting under low-light conditions)
Note: Time taken to save an image to the CF memory card
When the noise reduction function is on, the time taken to save a picture to the CF memory card is approximately doubled.
ReferencePlaying Images Back
Note: Multi-shot 16 and Ultra HS mode
When Multi-shot 16 or Ultra HS mode is set (p. 139), Noise Reduction is automatically turned off.
At default setting, the noise reduction is automatically set when: the shutter speed is slower than 1/4 sec. in scene mode the shutter speed is slower than 1 sec. in CSM shooting mode the shutter speed is slower than 1 sec. in the long time exposure
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When the mode dial is turned to p, the camera enters playback mode with the most recent picture displayed in the monitor. This section covers the operations that can be performed in playback mode using the Multi selector and buttons on the back of the camera.
To Press Description A confirmation dialog will be displayed. Press / on the Multi selector to highlight the option and > to select. Select "Yes" to delete photo Select "No" to keep photo without deleting Press the 7 button to display a set of up to nine thumbnail images. Press the T button to magnify center of picture to fill monitor (note that zoom cannot be used with movies). While photo is zoomed in, use the Multi selector to view other parts of the image. To cancel zoom, press W button. Press the MENU button to display or hide the playback menu. Press the 6 button to display picture information. ReferencePlaying Images Back
View multiple images (p. 162)
Zoom in on current picture (p. 161)
In single-image playback, you can perform the following operations: To View other pictures Hide picture information/turn monitor off (p. 158) Create a Small Picture (p. 77) Press Description Press < to view images recorded before the current picture or small picture, and > for images recorded after or small picture. Hold it down to scroll rapidly to desired picture. Press to hide picture information. Press again to turn off the monitor display. Press yet again to display picture information. Press to create Small Pictures for distribution by e-mail and the Web. If the current image is marked with a m icon to show that it is a movie, pressing the QUICK p button starts movie playback. Press again to pause playback. Images marked for transfer to a computer are indicated by a D icon. To select the current image for transfer, press the TRANSFER button. If the current image is already selected for transfer, pressing the TRANSFER will deselect it. Display playback menu (p. 163) View picture information (p.158) MENU 6 (2)
In single-image playback, pictures are displayed briefly at low resolution while being read from the CF memory card. This makes it possible to scroll rapidly through the pictures in memory without waiting for each image to be displayed at full resolution. To scroll quickly to a particular frame number without viewing the intervening pictures, press and hold </> on the Multi selector. The picture displayed will not change, but the frame number displayed at the bottom right corner of the monitor will increase or decrease rapidly. Release the Multi selector when the desired frame number is reached. The first and last pictures in memory are linked. Pressing < on the Multi selector when the first picture in memory is displayed will take you to the last picture. Pressing > on the Multi selector when the last picture is displayed takes you to the first picture.
Play movie (p, 160)
Select current picture for transfer to computer
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Hide Picture Information and Turning Monitor Off
Page 4 (histogram)
Page 5 (focus confirmation)
2 Monitor shows playback image and picture information Monitor shows playback image only Monitor off
Viewing Photo Information Photo information superimposed on pictures displayed in single-image playback. There is a total of five pages of information for each photo. Press the 6 (2) button to cycle through picture information as follows: Page 1 > Page 2 > Page 3 > Page 4 > Page 5 > Page 1. Page 1
Date of recording Time of recording Image size Image quality Folder File number and type Transfer icon Print-order icon Protect icon Frame number/total number of frames visible in current folder Camera type Firmware version Metering method Exposure mode Shutter speed Aperture Exposure compensation Focal length Focus mode or manual focus distance Flash status Image adjustment Sensitivity (ISO equivalent) White balance Sharpening Digital zoom Lens-converter status File size (kilobytes)
1 Thumbnail preview (flashing border marks image highlights, or brightest areas of image) 2 Histogram (shows distribution of tones in image: horizontal axis gives pixel brightness, with dark tones to left and bright tones to right, while vertical axis shows number of pixels of each brightness in image) 3 File number and type 4 Metering method 5 Shutter speed 6 Aperture 7 Exposure compensation 8 Sensitivity (ISO equivalent)
File number and type Focal length Shutter speed Aperture Focus mode or manual focus distance 6 Noise reduction 7 Focus confirmation (portions of image in focus sharply outlined; active focus area shown in red) ReferencePlaying Images Back
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In single-image playback, movies are indicated by a m icon in the lower left corner of the display. Movie playback is controlled by the QUICK p button.
Use the T (T) button to zoom in on pictures displayed in single-image playback (zoom cannot be used with movies and small picture files).
Operation QUICK p
Function Start movie. While movie is in progress, press to pause movie; press again to resume movie playback. When movie ends, first frame of movie will be displayed and normal playback will resume. While movie is paused: rewind movie one frame.
Operation T (t) Press y Press
Function Zoom picture in. Zoom increases each time button is pressed to maximum of 4.0X. While image is zoomed in, T indicator and zoom factor are displayed in monitor Cancel zoom.
Scroll to another area of image. While movie is paused: advance movie one frame. ReferencePlaying Images Back
To use the Multi selector to view other pictures in memory, first cancel zoom by pressing the W.
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The Playback Menu
Viewing Multiple Images: Thumbnail Playback
Pressing the 7 button in single-image playback displays a menu of nine thumbnail images, where you can select pictures or movies for viewing, delete images, and mark images for transfer to a computer.
The playback menu contains options for deleting images and printorders, for protecting images from deletion, and for playing images back one after the other in automatic slide shows. You can also create a digital print order for printing photographs on any device compatible with the Digital Print Order Format (DPOF), and select all images on the CF memory card for transfer to a computer. To view the playback menu:
To Highlight images
Description Press //</> on the Multi selector to highlight a thumbnail. Press the 7 button once to view a menu of four thumbnail images. Press again to view highlighted thumbnail full screen. Small pictures are displayed with a grey frame. A confirmation dialog will be displayed. Press / on Multi selector to highlight option, press > to select. Select Yes to delete picture Select No to return to thumbnail playback screen without deleting the picture Images marked for transfer to a computer are shown by a D icon. To select the current image for transfer, press the TRANSFER button. If the current image is already selected for transfer, pressing the TRANSFER button will remove transfer marking.
Playback menu 1
Delete Folders Slide Show Protect Hide Image Print Set
P. P. P. P. P. P.
Select highlighted photo for transfer to computer
Playback menu 2
640 Small Picture 30S Auto Off
P. 174 P. 175 P. 115
See p. 30 for more information on using camera menus.
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Deleting Pictures and Print Orders: The Delete Menu
Using the options in the Delete menu, you can: delete selected pictures delete all pictures delete the current print order (p. 172)
DELETE 4 erase images Yes/No ? No Yes
Deleting Selected pictures and Movies To delete selected pictures and movies:
ERASE SELECTED IMAGES
Press QUICK p button to display a confirmation dialog. Press / on the Multi selector to highlight option, press > to put choice into effect Select Yes to delete all selected images. Select No to return to playback menu without deleting images.
Deleting All Pictures and Movies
NO CARD PRESENT
CARD CONTAINS NO IMAGES CF memory card contains no pictures.
THIS CARD CANNOT BE USED 194
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ALL IMAGES ARE HIDDEN
All images in current folder are hidden. File created by computer or different make of camera. Folder contains hidden or protected pictures.
Select another folder or use Hide Image to change hidden status of images in current folder. Delete file. Reformat CF memory card.
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Type CCD Total pixels Effective pixels Image size Digital camera E885 1/1.8-inch Interline Charge-Coupled Device (CCD) 3.37 million 3.21 million User can select from: Full (2048 x 1536 pixels) XGA (1024 x 768 pixels) VGA (640 x 480 pixels) Four Small Picture sizes selectable (640 x 480, 320 x 240, 160 x 120 or 96 x 72 pixels) 3x Zoom Nikkor F = 8-24 mm (35 mm camera format equivalent to 38-114 mm): f/2.8-f/4.elements in 8 groups 4X digital zoom in 20 steps of 0.2X Contrast-detect through-the-lens (TTL) AF Continuous AF (monitor on) Single AF (monitor off) Manual (49 positions, with focus confirmation indication) 30 cm (1 ft.)- at widest angle (W), 60 cm (2 ft.)- at telephoto (T) Macro mode (Autofocus): 4 cm (1.6 in.)- at widest angle (W), 30 cm (1 ft.)- at telephoto (T) Real-image zoom optical viewfinder with LED indication Approximately 80% 1.5-inch 110,000-dot, low-temperature polysilicon TFT LCD with brightness and hue adjustment Approximately 97% (through/freeze image) Approximately 100% (playback mode) Can be selected from 30 sec. (default) and 1, 5 and 30 min. 197
FILE CONTAINS NO IMAGE DATA THE FOLDER CANNOT BE DELETED
Folder can only be deleted if all images it contains are 170, neither hidden nor 171 protected pictures. If error message displayed in computer monitor, click OK to exit Nikon View. 182, Turn camera off and 185 reconnect cable or replace CF memory card, then turn camera on. Disconnect camera and 73, mark at least one image for 120, transfer before connecting 174 camera again. Check that the camera is properly connected and that the battery is fully charged. Turn camera off, unplug optional AC adapter (if using), remove and reinsert battery. If error persists, contact retailer or Nikon representative.
White balance Self-timer Built-in Speedlight Range Flash control Flash modes
Playback Playback modes Single frame, thumbnail (nine or four images), movie, zoom (4x), slide show, histogram indication/highlight point display, focus confirmation indication Image deletion User can delete all or selected frames File attributes User can set transfer, hide and protect attributes for each image
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Interface Video output I/O terminals Power requirements Battery life
USB interface User can choose from NTSC and PAL DC input Data output (video/USB) One rechargeable Nikon EN-EL1 lithium-ion battery, or six-volt 2CR5 (DL245) lithium battery EH-21 AC adapter/battery charger (available separately) Approximately 90 minutes (EN-EL1) or 100 minutes 2CR5 (DL245) when using monitor at 20C (68F)
Nikon View 4 System Requirements:
OS: Models: Mac OS8.6, 9, 9.1 iMac, Power Macintosh G3 (Blue/White), Power Macintosh G4 or later; iBook, PowerBook G3 (only built-in USB ports are supported) or later RAM: 32Mbyte, (64Mbyte or more recommended) Hard Disk: An additional amount equivalent to twice the capacity of the camera memory card required when Nikon View is running Display: 640 x 480 with 16-bit color (800 x 600 or greater, full color recommended) Others: CD-ROM drive USB interface (only built in USB ports supported) Mac OS8.6 needs USB driver (ver. 1.3.5) on Apples website
Operating environment 0 - 40C (32 104F) Temperature Under 85% (no condensation) Humidity Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight Approximately 95 x 69 x 52 mm (3.7 x 2.7 x 2.0 in.) Approximately 225 g (7.9 oz.) without battery and CompactFlash card
OS/Models: Windows 98/98SE, Windows 2000, Windows ME preinstalled model CPU: MMX Pentium or later RAM: 32Mbyte (64Mbyte or more recommended) Hard Disk: An additional amount equivalent to twice the capacity of the camera memory card required when Nikon View is running Display: 640 x 480 with 16-bit color (800 x 600 or greater, Full color recommended) Others: CD-ROM drive, USB interface (only built-in USB ports supported)
COOLPIX885 is supporting EPSON's "PRINT Image Matching".
"PRINT Image Matching" is a technology which assists in producing vivid photoquality prints from PIM-enabled Digital Cameras. To obtain this benefit, a digital camera and printer that are compatible with "PRINT Image Matching" are required.
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AE Lock...P. 148 Anytime Flash..P. 98 Auto (White Balance)...P. 135 Auto Bracketing..P. 152 Auto Flash mode..P. 98 Autofocus mode...P. 93 Auto-Focus Mode...P. 151 Autofocus Target Area (AF Area mode)..P. 150 AUTO mode...P. 55-62 Auto Off...P. 115 AUTO Sensitivity...P. 131, 147 Auto Transfer...P. 121 Back Light mode (SCENE)...P. 67 Battery....P. 44-46 BASIC (image quality)..103-104 Beach/Snow mode (SCENE)..P. 65 Best Shot Selector..P. 141 Black-and-White...P. 142 Brightness...P. 114, 142 Built-in Speedlight...P. 97 Center-Weighted metering...P. 137 Close Up mode (SCENE)..P. 67 Cloudy (White Balance)...P. 135 CompactFlash memory card.P. 47-49, 117, 189 Continuous AF...P. 94, 151 Continuous...P. 139 Contrast...P. 142 Controls...P. 118 Copy mode (SCENE)...P. 67 CSM (Custom) shooting mode..P. 126-154 CSM shooting menu...P.134-154 Date/Time setting...P. 52-53 DCF (Design rule for Camera File System)..P. 108 Delete...P. 164-166 Delete (Full-frame playback mode)..P. 71, 157 Delete (Thumbnail playback mode)..P. 72, 162 Delete all images...P. 165 Delete selected image(s)..P. 164-165 Digital zoom...P. 90-91 Display mode...P. 113 Distance Units...P. 151 DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)..P. 83, 172
Thank you for investing in a Nikon digital camera.
Nikon View 4 is designed to transfer your images from your Nikon digital camera or a Compact Flash card loaded into a Compact Flash card reader to your computer's hard disk. Nikon View 4 also supports a browser function, which allows you to see thumbnail images for your selection before you copy images to your hard disk. Please read the following last minute important information. 1.Image Browser Software Nikon View 4 is not designed to browse images that are located on your hard disk. Please use the image browser software bundled with your camera. For this release of NikonView 4, iView Media Pro (Macintosh only) and Cumulus 5.0 trial version (Macintosh and Windows) are bundled with Coolpix cameras. Cumulus 5.0 Limited version (Macintosh and Windows) is bundled with SLR Digital (D1 series) cameras. Please contact the following vendors for technical support or for sales related questions that you may have regarding the bundle software. Nikon cannot provide support for these software products. For iView Media Pro iView multi media http://www.iview-multimedia.com/ For Culumus 5.0 Canto http://www.canto.com/ Automatic Catalog Feature When Nikon View 4 transfers images to your hard disk, Nikon View 4 will launch one of the image browsers mentioned above (if you have installed the browser software) and registers thumbnails and photo information data (such as shutter speed, f-stop, new file location in your hard disk and so on) with the browser software. Since Nikon View 4 and the browser software are communicating when images are being transferred, please do not quit from Nikon View 4 or the browser software during the transfer. Cumulus When using larger size image files, such as NEF files or TIFF files, you may feel that registering those images into Cumulus LE takes too long. To change the operation of Cumulus in this area please select the "Catalog" Menu Item from the main menu bar, then select the "Cataloging options" menu choice. Once the dialog box is displayed click on the "Stored Thumbnail (if large enough)" radio-button" in the "Create Thumbnail from" section of the "Cataloging Options" dialog box. This function is set to "Entire Asset" as the default. 2. Camera connected without a CompactFlash card installed (Only for Windows 98SE, Windows Me and Windows XP users) Please make sure that a CompactFlash card is present in the card slot of your Coolpix 775, 885, 995 or 5000 before you connect the camera to a computer running with Windows 98SE, Windows Me or Windows XP using a USB cable. The Window operating system may become unstable if you connect the camera without a CompactFlash card installed. If you experience this problem, turn off the camera and install a CompactFlash card into the camera and then re-start the computer.
3. Windows Media Player Windows Media Player cannot playback QuickTime movie files, which are created by the movie mode of the Nikon Coolpix 5000, 995,990, 885, 880 or 775 cameras. Please install the QuickTime player that is bundled with the Nikon View 4 (COOLPIX) installer CD. The Windows Media Player will report that it cannot find software to play to QuickTime file. 4. Installing Nikon View 4 For Windows 2000 and Windows XP Users You need to have administrator privilege to install and to uninstall Nikon View 4. This is a Windows 2000 and Windows XP requirement. If Windows 2000 or Windows XP refuses installation, please log in using the administrator account, or contact your network administrator for assistance. Nikon technical support cannot assist you with a Windows 2000 or Windows XP security configuration issue. Nikon View 4 and older versions of Nikon View (900, Ver. 2, Ver. 2.5, Ver. 3 or DX) Please uninstall any older version of Nikon View before the installation of Nikon View 4. To uninstall older versions of Nikon View, please use the add/remove software control panel, which can be found in Start/settings/control panels. Do not install a previous version of Nikon View, once you install Nikon View 4. 5.Compatible Cameras This release of Nikon View 4 supports the following Nikon digital cameras through the digital I/O connection port (IEEE 1394, or USB) as well as reading images through a Compact Flash card reader. Nikon Digital Camera D1X Nikon Digital Camera D1H Nikon Digital Camera D1 Nikon Digital Camera E5000 (Coolpix 5000) Nikon Digital Camera E995 (Coolpix 995) Nikon Digital Camera E885 (Coolpix 885) Nikon Digital Camera E775 (Coolpix 775) Nikon Digital Camera E990 (Coolpix 990) Nikon Digital Camera E880 (Coolpix 880) Please also note that two cameras, two card readers, or a camera and a card reader cannot be supported at the same time.
Nikon View 4 also supports reading images from a Compact Flash card that contains images taken by these cameras: Nikon Digital Camera E950 (Coolpix 950) Nikon Digital Camera E800 (Coolpix 800) Nikon Digital Camera E700 (Coolpix 700) Nikon Digital Camera E900s (Coolpix 900s) Nikon Digital Camera E900 (Coolpix 900) 6. Image Viewer Setting Nikon View 4 has a built in image viewer. When you double click a thumbnail image, the viewer opens the image and displays it at full size on your screen. By using Nikon View 4 Preference Settings, you can change the viewer program, which will be used to display images. For example, if you set Adobe Photoshop as your viewer, Nikon View 4 will launch Adobe Photoshop and request Photoshop to open the image when you double click an image. If you use Adobe Photoshop as your viewer application software, we recommend that you change the Photoshop scratch disk location from the system drive (default setting) to another drive. To change the Photoshop scratch disk setting, visit the Photoshop preference dialog. Photoshop will have to be restarted after making any changes to the scratch disk location. 7. Memory If you experience the following problems; Taking a long time to transfer, and open images (s). Image(s) cannot be transferred. Image(s) cannot be opened. Please try the following tips. a) Lack of computer memory may cause such difficulty. Please quit other application software and uninstall unneeded drivers and / or application software, and then try again. b) If you have increased the system virtual memory size, please try to use the factory default value. For Windows 98, 98SE and ME, you can examine the current virtual memory setting used by Windows by visiting the System Control Panel then select the "Performance Tab", then select Virtual Memory from the available control buttons. In general, Windows does a good job managing virtual memory. It is not suggested to alter the settings, unless you know exactly why this must be accomplished. Normally if your "C:" drive is nearly full, you will want to use another drive for the virtualmemory file. Windows requires a restart after any change to the virtual memory settings. For Windows 2000, in the System control panel select the "Advanced" Tab, then select Performance Options to access the Virtual Memory Controls. In all cases be advised that improper setup of Virtual Memory can prevent your system from starting. In the event you run into this problem, start your system in safe mode. This will allow you access to the control panels to make an attempt to restore the default settings. 8. Using with the D1/X/H
Please do not take a picture with any D1 series camera, if you have the camera connected to your computer and Nikon View 4 is launching. 9. Multiple Image sources are not supported Nikon View 4 does not support multiple image sources for simultaneous use. Image sources include Coolpix cameras and Compact Flash cards that were used in any Nikon Digital Camera. Please do not connect more than one image source to use with Nikon View 4 at any one time. Please do not put any CF card which were used in your Nikon Digital camera into your card reader when you have the camera connected to your computer. 10. Powering off the camera or ejecting the Compact Flashcard Please do not turn off the camera and do not eject the Compact Flash card from your card reader or from the camera when Nikon View 4 is transferring images. Please quit from Nikon View 4 before you disconnect any cables from your camera. Please quit from Nikon View 4 and turn off the camera power before you eject a Compact Flash card from your camera. 11. When a Compact Flashcard has both Coolpix and D1 images If a Compact Flash card stores images taken by a Coolpix camera and images taken by a D1 series camera at the same time, Nikon View 4 may not display the photo information (such as shutter speed, f-stop and so on) correctly. 12. Operation on the back panel LCD of the D1X/D1H The D1X/D1H allows you to modify some of the camera settings (delete, file protect, file hide, folder setting and card format) using the back panel LCD screen on the camera even when you have the camera connected with Nikon View 4. Although you can change these settings during this time, Nikon View 4 does not update the results of those changes on your computer screen until the camera is reconnected. 13. Font size To assure proper screen display, please set your screen display to "small fonts". This is the default setting for Windows. To check the current setting, open the "Display" control panel, then click the "Advanced" button. This will present the "General" Tab, which contains the font setting control. If you change the setting to "small fonts" please restart your computer to make the new setting active. 14. Rotation of TIFF image files Rotation may not be applied to TIFF images when you open these image files with third party application software. When you copy image files using Nikon View 4 after rotating those images, rotation will be applied to the image files during the copy process. Then you will see rotated images after copying images to your computer storage device. These images should be displayed as rotated when you open these images with any of third party image viewing or editing application. However we found some third party applications do not display images as rotated in cases where the original images were captured in the TIFF format. 15. Operation speed using Coolpix 990 and 880 Nikon View 4.3 adds support for the Coolpix 990 and 880 models (USB interface only) as a part of Nikon's ongoing support for legacy products. Our goal is to continue to provide enhancements in both hardware and software for our products when possible. Please note that operational speed with the Coolpix 990 and Coolpix 880 may not be fast as our latest
cameras such as Coolpix 5000, Coolpix 995, Coolpix 885 and Coolpix 775. This speed difference may be noticeable when the CF card in the camera stores many images and contains big files such as a movie file or files shot in HI mode. 16. NikonNet uploader This release of Nikon View 4 includes the picture upload function that allows you to send your digital pictures to the NikonNet photo album site. (www.nikonnet.com) Please be advised that only JPEG and TIFF-RGB images that are under 2 MB in size can be uploaded to the site. This means the NEF and TIFF-YCbCr images cannot be uploaded. Also large JPEG files, such as large fine JPEG images taken by D1X and full size fine JPEG images taken by the Coolpix 5000 and Coolpix 995, can not be uploaded to the site. 17.Known problems 17.1. Drag and Drop This release of Nikon View 4 does not support "Drag & Drop" operation to register any image(s) with a supported third party Database software (e.g. Cumulus 5 and iView Media Pro). Images may not be correctly registered even if it appears that the registration was successful. 17.2 When using a Compact Flash card that is full Nikon View 4 will display an error message that indicates, There is no image in the camera or on the card. Exit from the program. if you have a card that does not have any capacity left in D1X or D1H connected using the IEEE1394 interface. (The camera will display [CHA] on the top LCD in this case.) Please use a card reader or delete any unneeded image from the Compact Flash card if this message is displayed. 17.3 Transfer mark You can mark on images using Coolpix885 and Coolpix775. Those marked images will be transferred to your computer when you press the transfer button of Coolpix 775 and Coolpix 885. However this transfer function will not work when you have more than 1000 images marked on a single large capacity CF card in the camera. Please reduce the number of marked images. When you use Nikon View 4, it has a selective transfer function that allows you to transfer only the marked images from the camera into your computer. This function is available with using Coolpix 5000, Coolpix 995, Coolpix885 and Coolpix 775 and will not work if more than 1000 images are marked. Please reduce the number of marked images in this case. 17.4. Card format function Nikon View 4 has a function that can format (initialize) a Compact Flash card if a card is present in the camera. This function is not supported if you use Windows XP operating system. Please note that the format command will erase all images from your Compact Flash card. Please transfer the images to your system before executing the format command. 17.5. Administrator privilege user mode When you use Nikon View 4 in Windows XP, you must be logged into the Windows XP system as an administrator, if your system is running user level security. Without administrator level privilege, Nikon View 4 will return an error and it will not transfer images. ****************************************************************
File Versions **************************************************************** Program files versions are as follows; NikonView.exe : 220.127.116.1103 NkVwMon.exe : 18.104.22.16801 NikonViewLang.dll : 22.214.171.12400 NkVwMonLang.dll : 126.96.36.19900 Asteroid.dll : 188.8.131.5234 CML3.dll : 184.108.40.20606 NkBrowseLib.dll : 220.127.116.1100 NkFileLib.dll : 18.104.22.16800 StdFilters.dll : 22.214.171.12401 Strato2.dll : 126.96.36.19906 %_NKAdobe.icm : 188.8.131.5201 %_NKNTSC.icm : 184.108.40.20601 %_NKsRGB.icm : 220.127.116.1101 NKAdobe.icm : 18.104.22.16800 NKCMYK.icm : 22.214.171.12400 NKD1_NEF.icm : 126.96.36.19901 NKD1_NEF1.icm : 188.8.131.5201 NKD1_NEF10.icm : 184.108.40.20601 NKD1_NEF11.icm : 220.127.116.1101 NKD1_NEF12.icm : 18.104.22.16801 NKD1_NEF13.icm : 22.214.171.12401 NKD1_NEF14.icm : 126.96.36.19901 NKD1_NEF15.icm : 188.8.131.5201 NKD1_NEF16.icm : 184.108.40.20601 NKD1_NEF17.icm : 220.127.116.1101
NKD1_NEF18.icm : 18.104.22.16801 NKD1_NEF19.icm : 22.214.171.12401 NKD1_NEF2.icm : 126.96.36.19901 NKD1_NEF20.icm : 188.8.131.5201 NKD1_NEF21.icm : 184.108.40.20601 NKD1_NEF22.icm : 220.127.116.1101 NKD1_NEF23.icm : 18.104.22.16801 NKD1_NEF24.icm : 22.214.171.12401 NKD1_NEF25.icm : 126.96.36.19901 NKD1_NEF26.icm : 188.8.131.5201 NKD1_NEF27.icm : 184.108.40.20601 NKD1_NEF28.icm : 220.127.116.1101 NKD1_NEF29.icm : 18.104.22.16801 NKD1_NEF3.icm : 22.214.171.12401 NKD1_NEF30.icm : 126.96.36.19901 NKD1_NEF31.icm : 188.8.131.5201 NKD1_NEF32.icm : 184.108.40.20601 NKD1_NEF33.icm : 220.127.116.1101 NKD1_NEF34.icm : 18.104.22.16801 NKD1_NEF35.icm : 22.214.171.12401 NKD1_NEF36.icm : 126.96.36.19901 NKD1_NEF4.icm : 188.8.131.5201 NKD1_NEF5.icm : 184.108.40.20601 NKD1_NEF6.icm : 220.127.116.1101 NKD1_NEF7.icm : 18.104.22.16801 NKD1_NEF8.icm : 22.214.171.12401 NKD1_NEF9.icm : 126.96.36.19901 NKD1_TIFF.icm : 188.8.131.5201
NKD1_TIFFM1.icm : 184.108.40.20601 NKD1_TIFFM2.icm : 220.127.116.1101 NKLch.icm : 18.104.22.16801 NKNTSC.icm : 22.214.171.12400 NKsRGB.icm : 126.96.36.19900 D1_Mod.md3 : 188.8.131.5200 D1_Drv.dll : 184.108.40.20601 E990.md3 : 220.127.116.1100 NKDUSB.dll : 18.104.22.16800 nkuploader.exe : 22.214.171.124 NkUploadGui.exe : 126.96.36.199 ________________________________________________________________ Adobe is a registered trademark, and Photoshop is a trademark, of Adobe Systems Inc. Apple, Macintosh, and FireWire are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Power Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. CompactFlash is a trademark of SanDisk Corporation. Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. All other brand or product names mentioned in this manual are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
The heart of Coolpix 885 digital camera is its Nikon exclusive Zoom-Nikkor lens. Nikon has always been totally committed to controlling every aspect of its lens manufacturing. This is evident in Coolpix lenses that are specially designed for each camera and CCD combination. The result of this no-compromise attitude toward manufacturing is great image quality. Coolpix 885 features one-touch upload for automatic transfer images to the web and/or your hard drive at the press of the button on the camera. You can create a video clip with your Coolpix digital camera. When set to Movie mode, press the shutter button once to start recording, press it a second time to stop recording. You can save up to 40 seconds of video as a QuickTime movie at 15 frames per second.
|Product Type||Digital camera|
|Optical Sensor Type||CCD|
|Total Pixels||3,370,000 pixels|
|Effective Sensor Resolution||3,200,000 pixels|
|Optical Sensor Size||1/1.8"|
|Light Sensitivity||ISO 100, ISO 400, ISO 200|
|Digital Zoom||4 x|
|Shooting Modes||Frame movie mode|
|Shooting Programs||Sunset & moon, landscape, portrait mode, beach & ski, night mode, close-up, museum, party/indoor|
|Special Effects||Black & White|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/1000 sec|
|Min Shutter Speed||8 sec|
|Exposure Metering||Matrix (256-zone), center-weighted, spot|
|Exposure Modes||Program, automatic, manual|
|Exposure Range||EV -3-15 - wide lens ( ISO 100 ) EV 1.4-16.6 - tele lens ( ISO 100 )|
|Exposure Compensation||±2 EV range, in 1/3 EV steps|
|Auto Exposure Bracketing||5 steps in 1/3 EV step|
|White Balance||Custom, automatic, presets|
|White Balance Presets||Fine, incandescent, fluorescent, cloudy, speedlight|
|Status LCD Display Information||Frame counter, film speed, photo quality, metering mode, battery condition, program, flash mode|
|Still Image Format||JPEG, TIFF|
|Memory / Storage|
|Flash Memory||1 x 16 MB flash - CompactFlash Card|
|Supported Flash Memory||CompactFlash|
|Image Storage||Hi 2048 x 1536 : 1 - with 16MB card Fine 2048 x 1536 : 10 - with 16MB card Normal 2048 x 1536 : 20 - with 16MB card Basic 2048 x 1536 : 39 - with 16MB card Fine 1024 x 768 : 39 - with 16MB card Normal 1024 x 768 : 76 - with 16MB card Basic 1024 x 768 : 144 - with 16MB card Fine 640 x 480 : 97 - with 16MB card Normal 640 x 480 : 177 - with 16MB card Basic 640 x 480 : 324 - with 16MB card|
|Camera Flash||Built-in flash|
|Flash Modes||Fill-in mode, slow synchro, auto mode, flash OFF mode, red-eye reduction|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Effective Flash Range||1.3 ft - 12 ft|
|Type||Zoom lens - 8 mm - 24 mm - f/2.8-4.9|
|Focal Length||8 mm - 24 mm|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||38 - 114mm|
|Focus Adjustment||Automatic, manual|
|Auto Focus||TTL contrast detection|
|Min Focus Range||15.7 in|
|Macro Focus Range||1.6 in - 15.7 in|
|Optical Zoom||3 x|
|Zoom Adjustment||Motorized drive|
|Lens Construction||8 group(s) / 9 element(s)|
|Additional Features||Backlight compensation, digital noise reduction, date/time stamp, DPOF support|
|Viewfinder Type||Optical - real-image zoom|
|Magnification||0.4 - 1.19x|
|Viewfinder Frames||Autofocus frame|
|LED Information||Flash ready, autofocus ready|
|Type||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 1.5" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Built-in|
|Display Format||110,000 pixels|
|Connector Type||1 x USB 1 x composite video output|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 x CompactFlash Card - type I|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities, ArcSoft PhotoImpression, ArcSoft VideoImpression, Canto Cumulus 5, ArcSoft PhotoPrinter 2000|
|Included Accessories||Carrying strap, lens cap|
|Cables Included||1 x video cable 1 x USB cable|
|Supported Battery Details||1 x 2CR5 Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included )|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
|Min Operating Temperature||32 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||104 °F|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||25049, COOLPIX885, VAA114EC|
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