Nikon MB-D100 Multi Function Battery Pack Supports D100 Manual
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|guest0005||10:00pm on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010|
|Cheap - I can buy 8 for the price of a real Nikon, charges quickly and works fine. What more can I say. It does what it is meant to do.|
|DaveT||10:47pm on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010|
|This battery will substitute Nikon EN-EL3 and EN-EL3a. It will fit Nikon D70, D70s, D50, and D100 cameras. We have used this battery very heavily over the last two months (took a trip abroad). It is fantastic, no issues whatsoever.|
|hoangnt||6:58am on Sunday, July 25th, 2010|
|Clear pictures. ISO 200-1600 - great for wild life photography. Battery goes flat if left in the camera when not in use.|
|maitas||11:05pm on Friday, July 9th, 2010|
|February 2002 pick mistake Â Â Nikon D100 camera Â Â Â Rotating camera lens that the camera view selected quotation mistake Â Â Nikon D100 flas... You have been waiting for. Nikon increasingly understand the needs of customers. The difficulty you produce the quality image quality missed.|
|stanleywj||12:20am on Monday, June 14th, 2010|
|A very good lens for mid-range zoom This is a very good lens for mid-range zooms. Amazing i just got this two days ago. I brought it home and started taking pictures. the quality is amazing the color is great!|
|davelittle||6:27am on Thursday, May 13th, 2010|
|Since I do a lot of shoots in RAW mode. Since I do a lot of shoots in RAW mode, I hav... Reliable with great flexiblity of options Pictures on the soft side for me. After 11 months, the lens assembly broke. (Fortunately, still under warranty.) After 17 months,...|
|soureshcoumar||8:00pm on Wednesday, May 12th, 2010|
|I bought this camera off ebay for £50. I love the D100,but you still need a good editing program to make good photos even better.|
|djkrizz||9:10am on Monday, May 10th, 2010|
|Can use any accessories for Nikon even it older than you, everything u have for Nikon u still can use it. Have a nice trip with this product. With the help of this Nikon D 100. In my opinion.|
|tilnik||4:34pm on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010|
|Great backup camera to D90, even after 8 years of development picture quality is up there with the 90. Normal wear and tear I started using this camera six months ago, having previously used a Fuji S1, S2 and a Nikon D70(s).|
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En Addenda to the Nikon Guide to Digital Photography with the D100
Please note the following additions to the Nikon Guide to Digital Photography with the D100 with the release of version 2.00 of the D100 camera rmware:
Support for Mac OS (pp. 59, 141, 170171, 172174)
From rmware version 2.00, the D100 supports Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP), allowing Nikon Capture 3 Camera Control to be used with Macintosh computers (Mac OS X version 10.1.3 or later or Mac OS 9.0.4, 9.1, or 9.2). Camera Control can be used to adjust camera settings from your computer, save photographs directly to your computers hard disk, and download user-dened tone curves to the camera (see pages 59 and 141 of the Nikon Guide to Digital Photography with the D100). Note that Nikon Capture 3 version 3.5 or later (available separately) is required, and that the camera USB protocol (see below) must be set to PTP.
Choosing a Color Mode (pp. 6061, 142)
Photographs taken in Mode II include an embedded ICC prole, ensuring that the correct color-space settings can be selected automatically when the images are opened in Adobe Photoshop or in other applications that support color management (see the documentation provided with the application for details). Together with its wider gamut, this makes Mode II an excellent choice for images that will be retouched or processed before use. Note, however, that while the system for recording Mode II images is based on Exif and DCF, it is not in strict conformity with these standards. Mode I or Mode III is recommended when taking photographs that will be viewed on other cameras or Exif/DCF-compatible devices, or that will be printed using ExifPrint, the direct printing option on some household printers, or kiosk printing or other commercial print services. For information on whether your printer or print service supports ExifPrint, refer to the documentation provided with your printer or speak to your photonisher. For best results, use Nikon View 5 or Nikon Capture 3, which make an excellent addition to any imaging workow. Nikon Capture 3 is unique in its ability to directly edit NEF les without affecting the image quality of the original, and belongs at the rst stage of any production workow involving image editing software.
Custom Settings 25 and 26 (pp. 144, 160)
The menus for Custom Settings 25 and 26 are now as follows:
CSM MENU 26 AF Assist ON Flash Mode Anti-shock OFF MB AEL/AFL Btn Batt Pk Volume 3 CSM MENU 26 AF Assist ON Flash Mode Anti-shock OFF MB AEL/AFL Btn Batt Pk Volume 3 CSM MENU F26 Adjust Play Back Volume
Assign MB-D100 AE-L/AF-L button
The Setup Menu (pp. 161, 172174)
The setup menu (pp. 161166) now contains a USB option that allows you to choose the USB protocol used when the camera is connected to a computer (pp. 172174). Before connecting the camera, choose a USB protocol according to your computers operating system and whether you will be using Nikon Transfer (available in both Nikon View 5 and Nikon Capture 3) or Nikon Capture 3 Camera Control. Two protocols are available: Mass Storage and PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol).
Operating system Windows XP Home Edition* Windows XP Professional* Mac OS X* Windows 2000 Professional Windows Millennium Edition (Me) Windows 98 Second Edition (SE) Mac OS 9* Nikon Transfer Nikon Capture 3 Camera Control
Choose either PTP or Mass Storage. Choose either PTP or Mass Storage. Choose PTP.
Choose Mass Storage. Choose Mass Storage. Choose PTP.
* Nikon Capture 3 version 3.5 or later required to use Nikon Capture 3 Camera Control with the D100. For information on system requirements, see pages 169171 of the Nikon Guide to Digital Photography with the D100.
If PTP is selected, you will not need to remove the camera from the system as described on page 174 of the Nikon Guide to Digital Photography with the D100. Instead, you can turn the camera off and disconnect the cable after verifying that PC is no longer displayed in the camera control panel or viewnder.
File Names for Voice Memos Recorded Using the MB-D100
Voice memos recorded using the MB-D100 multi-function battery pack (available separately) are stored on the camera memory card as audio les with names of the form DSC_nnnn.WAV.
NIKON DIGITAL SLR CAMERA
D100 Digital SLR Camera
The Nikon digital SLR experience. Fulfillment defined.
6.1 Effective Megapixels for 3,008 x 2,000pixel images Compact and lightweight (weighs approx. 24.7 oz.) New CCD sensor is the same size as that of D1-series SLRs (lens image coverage factor x1.5) 3D Digital Matrix Image Control for precise exposure control, TTL auto white balance, and optimal color accuracy High-performance built-in Speedlight with D-TTL flash control for Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash and manual control. GN 51 at ISO 200 Three color modes Five-Area Autofocus with Dynamic AF operation, Focus-Tracking and Lock-on High-speed image processing provided by new one-chip system LSI Top shutter speed of 1/4,000 sec. and flash sync speed up to 1/180 sec. 30 second long exposures Plug-and-play USB1.1 interface for quick computer connection On-Demand Grid Lines can be displayed in viewfinder Custom Settings can be selected in the LCD monitor Compatible with Certified CompactFlash cards Type I and Type II including 512MB/1GB IBM MicroDrive Nikon View 5 software (supplied) enables easy transfer, viewing and simple editing of images on your computer (Mac and PC) Optional Nikon Capture 3 software for excellent image management and remote operation Optional Multi Function Battery Pack MBD100 accepts six 1.5V LR6 (AA-size alkaline) batteries or two Li-ion rechargeable batteries for extended shooting capability. Features voice memo recording/playback function, vertical shutter release button, Command and Sub Command Dials, AF start button and a 10-pin remote terminal.
Nikon is pleased to announce the new Nikon D100 digital SLR camera; developed to meet the growing needs of the advanced digital SLR market, this new camera provides compact and lightweight design, and is loaded with exciting high performance features. Taking its place along side the successful D1H and D1X models, the D100 will appeal to customers ranging from advanced amateurs who enjoy both great pictures and the process of making them, to people with needs for photography in their business profession. The new Nikon D100 features sophisticated digital image control technology. Included among its many advanced features are: CCD with 6.1 effective megapixels, advanced image-processing algorithm, and an enhanced Auto White Balance system. The D100 inherits exclusive, high-performance Nikon features such as 3D Matrix Metering, Five-Area Dynamic Autofocus with Focus Tracking and Lock-on, plus the convenience and performance of a new built-in Speedlight which features D-TTL flash control capability. And of course, D100 provides full compatibility with more than 40 AF Nikkor lenses, as well as numerous other Nikon accessories, including a new Multi Function Battery Pack and a new Nikon Capture 3 software. Capture 3, together with the Multi-Function Battery Pack, will enable remote control of the camera body, and Nikon Electronic File (NEF) format images are available for superior image management and outstanding quality. All of these features are packed in a stylish, compact and lightweight body for convenient and comfortable handling. With so many innovations in such a practical design, the Nikon D100 is certain to attract countless new digital SLR users to the world of Nikon digital SLR photography.
Digital SLR Camera Specifications:
Lens-interchangeable digital SLR camera Nikon D100 6.1 million 23.7 x 15.6mm RGB CCD; 6.31 million total pixels L (3,008 x 2,000); M (2,240 x 1,488), S (1,504 x 1,000) ISO equivalency (can be boosted to higher ISO equivalency) Storage: System: EXIF file (uncompressed TIFF or compressed JPEG); uncompressed RAW (12-bit), Media: CompactFlash (CF) Card (Type I/II) and 512MB/1GB IBM Microdrive Shooting Modes: 1) Single frame shooting (S) mode, 2) Continuous shooting (C) mode, 3) Self-timer mode: time duration can be set White Balance: 1) Auto (TTL control using image sensor), 2) Manual (6 settings with fine tuning), 3) Preset Color Setting: 3 modes available Color Adjustment: +3 to 3 step for each color setting LCD Monitor: 1.8-in., 118,000-dot, low-temp. polysilicon TFT LCD with LED backlighting Playback Function: 1 frame; Thumbnail (4/9 segments); Magnifying playback; Slide show; Histogram indication; Highlight point display Delete Function: Card Format, All frames delete, Selected frames delete Video Output: NTSC or PAL (switchable) Interface: USB 1.1 Viewfinder: Optical-type fixed-eye level pentaprism; built-in diopter adjustment (2 to +1 m-1); Eyepoint: 20mm (at 1.0 m-1) Focusing Screen: B-type Bright View Clear Matte screen II Viewfinder Frame Approx. 95% Coverage: Viewfinder Approx. 0.8x with 50mm lens set to infinity and 1.0 m-1 Magnification: Viewfinder Focus indications, Shutter speed, Aperture value, Exposure Information: indicator, Exposure compensation, Flash output level compensation, Frame count, etc. On-Screen Focus frame, Grid lines, Center-weighted metering area Information: Autofocus: TTL phase detection, Nikon Multi-CAM900 autofocus module; Detection range: EV 1 to EV 19 (ISO 100 equivalent, at normal temperature: 20C/68F) Lens Servo: 1) Single Servo AF (S), 2) Continuous Servo AF (C), 3) Manual focus (M) Focus Area: One of five focus areas can be selected AF Area Mode: 1) Single Area AF, 2) Dynamic AF (Dynamic AF Mode with Closest Subject Priority is available) Focus Lock: Focus is locked by pressing AE-L/AF-L button or lightly pressing shutter release button in (S) AF Compatible 1) D-type/G-type AF Nikkor: All functions possible, 2) D-type Lenses: Manual-Focus Nikkor: All functions except autofocus possible, 3) AF Nikkor other than D-type/G-type: All functions possible except 3D Matrix Metering, 4) AI-P Nikkor: All functions except 3D Matrix Metering and autofocus possible, 5) Non-CPU: Usable in [M] mode (cameras built-in exposure meter does not work), Electronic Rangefinder usable with lens with maximum aperture of f/5.6 or faster; IX-Nikkors cannot be used. Type of Camera: Effective Pixels: CCD: Image Size: Sensitivity: Picture Angle: Approx. 1.5x focal length in 35mm  format equivalent Exposure Metering: TTL full-aperture exposure metering system; 1) 3D Matrix Metering with 10-segment SPD, 2) Center-Weighted , 3) Spot Metering Exposure Metering 1) Matrix Metering: EV 0-21, 2) Center-Weighted Metering: EV Range: 0-21, 3) Spot Metering: EV 3-21 (at normal temperature, ISO 100 equivalent, f/1.4 lens) Exposure Mode: 1) [P] Auto-Multi Program (Flexible Program possible), 2) [S] Shutter-Priority Auto, 3) [A] Aperture-Priority Auto, 4) [M] Manual; shutter speed/aperture adjustable in 1/2 or 1/3 EV steps; ISO Automatic Control Mode: (Custom setting) is available in any exposure mode (P, S, A, M) Exposure Exposure compensated in 5 EV range in 1/2 or 1/3 EV Compensation: steps Auto Exposure Lock: Detected exposure value locked by pressing AE-L/AF-L button Auto Exposure Number of shots: two or three, Compensation steps: Bracketing: 1/3, 1/2, 2/3 or 1 step Shutter Speeds: 30 to 1/4,000 sec. and Bulb Sync Contact: X-contact only; flash synchronization up to 1/180 sec. Flash Control: 1) D-TTL (Automatic Balanced Fill-Flash controlled by fivesegment TTL Multi Sensor ) with built-in Speedlight and external Speedlight such as SB-80DX/28DX/50DX: three modes available, 2) Non-TTL Auto Flash with an external Speedlight Flash Sync Mode: 1) Front-Curtain Sync (normal sync), 2) Red-Eye Reduction, 3) Red-Eye Reduction with Slow Sync, 4) Slow Sync, 5) RearCurtain Sync Built-In Speedlight: Manual pop-up type, GN: 51 (ISO 200 ft.) Sensitivity Range: ISO equivalent Sync Flash System Not available With External Speedlight: Ready-Light: Red LED indicator inside the viewfinder Accessory Shoe: Standard ISO-type hot-shoe contact; safety lock provided Sync Terminal: Available in optional hot shoe adapter AS-15 Self-Timer: Electronically controlled; timer duration: 2, 5, 10 (default), 20 sec. Depth-of-Field Stop-down lens aperture by pressing depth-ofPreview Button: field preview button (Electronically controlled type) Voice Memo Available in optional Multi Function Battery Pack Letter Input Multi selector enables inputting of alphanumeric characters (max. 36) Remote Control 10-pin remote terminal available in optional Multi Function Battery Pack Power Li-ion Battery Pack EN-EL3 (7.2V DC), AC Adapter EH-5 Requirements (100-240V AC) Tripod Socket: 1/4 in. (ISO1222) Requirements: Can be selected on LCD Dimensions (W x H x D): Approx. 144 x 116 x 80.5mm (5.7 x 4.6 x 3.2 in.) Weight (without battery): Approx. 24.7 oz. Optional Multi Function Battery Pack MB-D100, Li-ion Battery Pack Accessories: EN-EL3, Charger, MH-18/19, AC Adapter EH-5, CompactFlash Cards, Speedlight SB-80DX/SB-28DX/SB-50DX, "Nikon Capture 3" Control Software, Semi-Soft Case CF-D100
For more complete specifications and compatibility information, refer to the D100 instruction manual. CompactFlash is a trademark of SanDisk Corporation. Products and brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Specifications and design are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer. 8/Nikon Inc.
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