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Nikon MH-70 Ac Battery Charger (supports En-MH1)
Nikon MH-70 Ac Battery Charger
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|dave1221||3:24pm on Monday, November 1st, 2010|
|After sending the first unit back I got the second one to work w/ my D90 only through sheer persistence and McGiver inspired creative ingenuity....|
|Joe Provencio||4:07am on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010|
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|jonbrooks2||3:58am on Friday, September 10th, 2010|
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|murrayE||5:20pm on Saturday, July 24th, 2010|
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|ireneL||1:44pm on Saturday, July 10th, 2010|
|A good buy. Works well - no issues. Provides adequate additional grip for my D90. Charges Quickly,Easy To Install,Good Value. Very useful for upright shots. Easy To Install,Good Value,Reliable|
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Rechargeable EN-MH1 Ni-MH Batteries (sold separately) Wiederauadbarer Nickel-Metallhydrid-Akku EN-MH1 (als Zubehr erhltlich) Accus rechargeables EN-MH1 Ni-MH (optionnels) Pilas recargables Ni-MH EN-MH1 (a la venta por separado) Oplaadbare EN-MH1 Ni-MH batterijen (apart leverbaar) Batterie ricaricabili EN-MH1 al Ni-MH (acquistabili separatamente)
Vielen Dank fr Ihr Vertrauen in Nikon-Technik. Das MH-70 ist ein Akkuladegert fr Nikon-Akkus vom Typ EN-MH1 (Nickel-Metallhydrid). Bitte lesen Sie vor der Verwendung des Akkuladegerts MH-70 diese Dokumentation aufmerksam durch.
Thank you for your purchase of an MH-70 Battery Charger. The MH-70 is used to recharge Nikon EN-MH1 rechargeable Ni-MH batteries. Be sure to read this instruction manual thoroughly before use.
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 to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. CAUTION Modications The FCC requires the user to be notied that any changes or modications made to this device that are not expressly approved by Nikon Corporation may void the users authority to operate the equipment. The accessory power cord must be used. For USA only: Over AC 125V Use a power cord suited to the voltage in use with AC 250V AC 15A rated plugs (NEMA 6P-15) and a minimum of SVT type cord for insulation and for anything over AWG 18 in size. Nikon Inc., 1300 Walt Whitman Road, Melville, New York 11747-3064, U.S.A. Tel.: 631-547-4200 Notice for customers in Canada CAUTION This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. ATTENTION Cet appareil numrique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Rglement sur le matriel brouilleur du Canada.
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The internal temperature of the batteries may rise while the batteries are in use. If you attempt to recharge the batteries while the internal temperature is elevated, the batteries will not charge or will charge only partially. Wait for the batteries to cool before charging. You may notice radio or television interference when charging batteries. Keep the charger away from radio and television receivers during charging. Do not attempt to recharge fully-charged batteries. Failure to observe this precaution will result in reduced battery performance. If you shake the MH-70 Battery Charger or touch the batteries during charging, the resulting vibration or static electricity may in very rare instances cause the MH-70 to indicate that charging is complete although the batteries are in fact not yet fully charged. Should this occur, remove the batteries and re-insert them into the MH-70 to continue charging. When storing the batteries for extended periods, take them out about once a year, charge them fully, and then use them until no charge remains. You can then return the batteries to storage. Charging Ni-MH batteries that have not been fully discharged may result in a memory effect, causing the batteries to lose their charge quickly. The batteries will return to normal after being fully discharged and recharged. Batteries that retain a charge for only short periods after recharging have reached the end of their working life and can no longer be used. Used batteries are a valuable resource. Please recycle your batteries in accordance with local regulations.
Bitte lesen Sie diese Anleitung vor Gebrauch des Netzadapters/Akku-Ladegerts aufmerksam durch um eine ordnungsgeme Funktion des Gertes zu gewhrleisten. Bitte sorgen Sie dafr dass diese Anleitung fr alle Personen Das Auaden von Akkus, die nicht vollstndig griffbereit liegt, die den MH-70 nutzen.
Wenn Akkus ber einen lngeren Zeitraum nicht verwendet werden, sollten Sie die Akkus dennoch etwa einmal pro Jahr vollstndig aufladen und anschlieend so lange verwenden, bis sie vollstndig entladen sind. Anschlieend knnen Sie die Akkus wieder lagern. entladen sind, kann zu einem Memoryeffekt fhren, durch den die Akkus schneller wieder entladen. Dieser lsst sich beheben, wenn die Akkus einmal vollstndig entladen und dann wieder aufgeladen werden.
No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles or reviews), may be made without written authorization from NIKON CORPORATION.
Guide to Digital Photography with the
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For Your Safety
To prevent damage to your Nikon product or injury to yourself or to others, read the following safety precautions in their entirety before using this equipment. Keep these safety instructions where all those who use the product will read them. The consequences that could result from failure to observe the precautions listed in this section are indicated by the following symbol:
This icon marks warnings, information that should be read before using your Nikon product to prevent possible injury.
Notices/For Your Safety
Turn off immediately in the event of malfunction Should you notice smoke or an unusual smell coming from the equipment or from the AC adapter (available separately), unplug the AC adapter and remove the batteries immediately, taking care to avoid burns. Continued operation could result in injury. After removing the batteries, take the equipment to a Nikon-authorized service center for inspection. Do not use in the presence of flammable gas Do not use electronic equipment in the presence of flammable gas, as this could result in explosion or fire. Observe caution when using the camera strap Never place the strap around the neck of an infant or child. Do not disassemble Touching the product's internal parts could result in injury. In the event of malfunction, the product should be repaired only by a qualified technician. Should the product break open as the result of a fall or other accident, take the product to a Nikon-authorized service center for inspection after unplugging the AC adapter and removing the batteries. Observe proper precautions when handling batteries Batteries may leak or explode if improperly handled. Observe the following precautions when handling batteries for use in this product: Before replacing the batteries, turn the camera off and make sure the poweron lamp has gone out. If you are using an AC adapter, be sure it is unplugged. Use a pair of rechargeable Nikon EN-MH1 NiMH batteries, one CRV3 lithium battery, two ZR6 (AA) nickel manganese batteries, LR6 (AA) alkaline batteries, or two FR6/ L91 (AA) lithium batteries. Do not use other types of battery. Do not mix batteries of different types. When inserting batteries, do not attempt to insert them upside down or backwards. Do not short or disassemble batteries.
Do not expose batteries to flame or to excessive heat. Do not immerse in or expose to water. Do not transport or store with metal objects such as necklaces or hairpins. Batteries are prone to leakage when fully discharged. To avoid damage to the product, be sure to remove the batteries when no charge remains. When the battery is not in use, at tach the terminal cover and store in a cool place. Immediately after use, or when the product is used on battery power for an extended period, the batteries may become hot. Before removing the batteries, turn the camera off and allow the batteries to cool. Discontinue use immediately should you notice any changes in the batteries, such as discoloration or deformation. Use appropriate cables When connecting cables to the input and output jacks, use only the cables provided or sold by Nikon for the purpose, to maintain compliance with product regulations. Keep out of reach of children Particular care should be taken to prevent infants from putting the batteries or other small parts into their mouths. Removing memory cards Memory cards may become hot during use. Observe due caution when removing memory cards from the camera.
Navigating the Menus
The multi selector is used to navigate through the camera menus.
Move cursor up Press center (a) to make selection Cancel and return to previous menu, or move cursor left
Display sub-menu, move cursor right, or make selection.
Move cursor down
The Shutter-Release Button
Your camera has a two stage shutter-release button. The camera sets focus and exposure when the button is pressed halfway. The green (AF) lamp next to the viewfinder will light when the focus operation is complete. Focus and exposure will remain locked while the shutter-release button is pressed halfway. To take the picture, press the shutter-release button the rest of the way down.
Your camera uses: LR6 (AA) alkaline batteries (2), or Nikon EN-MH1 rechargeable nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) batteries (2), or ZR6 (AA) nickel manganese batteries (2), or FR6/L91 (AA) lithium batteries (2), or CR-V3 lithium batteries (1)
Open the battery-chamber cover
Pressing the battery-chamber latch (g; ), slide the battery-chamber cover out ( ).
Insert the batteries
Insert the batteries as shown in the label inside the battery chamber.
Close the battery-chamber cover
Close the battery-chamber cover ( ) and slide it in until it latches ( ). Be sure that the battery-chamber cover is properly latched.
[IMPORTANT] Battery Type
To improve battery performance, select the type of battery currently inserted in the camera in the setup menu. The default setting is Alkaline. When any other type of battery is used, turn the camera on and change the setting (Q 96).
Inserting Batteries Replacing Batteries
Turn the camera off and make sure that the power-on lamp has gone out before removing or inserting batteries.
Read Battery Warnings
Read and follow all warnings and instructions supplied by the battery manufacturer.
The following batteries can not be used: Batteries with peeling or damaged insulation. Using batteries with damaged insulation could result in leakage, overheating, or rupture. Note that due to manufacturing defects even new batteries may have faulty insulation. Batteries with insulation that covers only the sides of the battery and not the area around the negative terminal. Batteries with a flat negative terminal. Do not use such batteries even if the insulation adequately covers the area around the negative terminal.
Performance of alkaline batteries may vary greatly depending on the manufacturer. Choose a reliable brand. First Steps
Using an MH-70 battery charger, charge EN-MH1 batteries before first use. Charge each pair of batteries at the same time do not charge batteries one at a time or mix batteries with different charges. Note that EN-MH1 batteries may discharge quickly immediately after purchase or after the batteries have been left unused for an extended period. This is normal, and the batteries will retain a charge for longer periods after being used and recharged several times. For more information on charging batteries, see the documentation provided with the MH-70.
Step 4 - View the Results (Full-screen Playback Mode)
Press the x button
View pictures in the monitor
To view additional pictures, press the multi selector down or right to view pictures in the order recorded, up or left to view pictures in reverse order. To scroll quickly to a particular frame number without viewing the intervening pictures, press and hold the multi selector. @ (voice memo recording guide) is displayed (E3200 only). To cancel full-screen playback and return to shooting mode, press the x button again.
Erase 1 image ? No Yes
Deleting Unwanted Pictures
To delete the picture displayed in the monitor, press the u button. A confirmation dialog will be displayed. Press the multi selector up or down to highlight Yes and then press the center of the multi selector. To exit without deleting the picture, highlight No and press the center of the multi selector.
Step 4 - View the Results (Full-screen Playback Mode) Deleting Your Last Shot
At any time during shooting, you can press the u button to delete the last picture taken. The confirmation dialog shown at right will be displayed. Delete the picture as described opposite under "Deleting Unwanted Pictures."
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
The image mode option is available in the assist mode menu (Q 63).
i Portrait Assist
i (portrait assist) mode helps you frame portraits in which the main subject stands out clearly while background details are softened, lending the composition a sense of depth (the degree of softening depends on the amount of light available). A framing assist menu helps you frame off-center subjects and compose tall or wide shots and two-person portraits.
i Portrait No guides are displayed in monitor. Camera focuses on subject in center of frame; focus lock can be used to focus on off-center subjects.
Portrait Portrait left
9 Portrait left Use to compose shot with subject centered in left half of frame. Camera will focus on subject in framing guide. 0 Portrait right Use to compose shot with subject centered in right half of frame. Camera will focus on subject in framing guide. : Portrait close-up Use to compose shot with your subject's face positioned in top half of frame. Camera will focus on face area in framing guide. [ Portrait couple Use to compose shot with two subjects positioned side-by-side. Camera will focus on closest subject. ; Portrait figure Use to compose shot with camera held as shown at right and subject's face in top half of frame. Camera will focus on face area in framing guide.
Portrait Portrait right
Portrait Portrait couple
Portrait Portrait figure
* Other modes can be selected.
N (landscape assist) mode helps you frame vivid landscape shots that enhance outlines, colors, and contrast. A framing assist menu helps you frame not only natural landscapes but also cityscapes and portrait shots featuring a landmark in the background.
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.
Landscape Scenic view
6 Scenic view
Use to compose landscapes with sky in top third of frame, distant objects in middle third, and closer objects in bottom third. Match top of skyline with wavy yellow guide.
! % 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
Flash turns off ($) automatically. Use this mode indoors where flash photography is prohibited (for example, in museums and art galleries) or in other indoor settings in which you do not want to use the flash. The Best Shot Selector (BSS;Q 65) turns on automatically, reducing the effects of inadvertent camera movement. Macro close-up turns off automatically; other modes can be selected. Photography may be prohibited altogether in some settings. Be sure to obtain permission first. ! $ Y OFF* & OFF*
More on Photography Slow shutter speeds are used to capture the expanding burst of light from a firework. The camera responds more rapidly to the shutter-release button, ensuring that you can capture the start of the burst. Focus is fixed at infinity. Follow the firework as it ascends and press the shutter-release button all the way down at the start of the burst. ! $ Y OFF & OFF
Provides clear pictures of text or drawings on a white board or in printed matter such as a business card.
Flash and macro close-up turn off automatically; other modes can be selected. Colored text and drawings may not show up well in the final picture. ! $* Y OFF & OFF
Use when light is coming from behind your subject, throwing their features into shadow, or when your subject is in the shade but the background is brightly lit. The flash will fire automatically to "fill in" (illuminate) shadows. ! ! Y OFF* & OFF
More on Photography Use to take a series of photographs that you will later join to form a single scene (for example, a panorama or 360 virtual-reality image).
To use panorama assist, follow the steps below.
Pan direction displayed in yellow. Select how pictures will be joined together in completed panorama. This is the direction in which to pan the camera after each shot.
MENU Exit Set Highlight K (Panorama Assist), and press the center of the multi selector.
Right to left
Bottom to top
Left to right
Top to bottom
Joining Panorama Pictures
Transfer the pictures taken with Panorama Assist to your computer (Q 45) and use the Panorama Maker function in Nikon View to join them into a single scene. For further information, see the Nikon View Reference Manual (on CD-ROM).
Make selection (to change selected pan direction, press center of multi selector and repeat steps 34). Pan direction displayed in white.
Take first picture. About one third of picture is shown superimposed on view through lens (if pan direction is left to right, picture will appear on left side of monitor).
Compose the next shot to overlap with the previous picture.
Take the next picture. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all shots in series have been taken.
End series. Shooting will also end if a new mode is selected or camera enters standby mode.
The pan direction, flash mode, macro close-up mode, and exposure compensation can not be changed after the first picture is taken. To change the pan direction, press the ^ button to end shooting and repeat steps 13.
Using a Tripod
Using a tripod makes it easier to compose shots so that they overlap.
Storage Locations for Panoramas
Each series of pictures taken at Panorama assist is stored in a separate folder with a name consisting of "P_" preceded by a three-digit folder number and followed by a three-digit sequence number (e.g., "101P_002").
More on Playback
Viewing Pictures on the Camera
Viewing Multiple Pictures: Thumbnail Playback
Pressing the l (W) button in full-screen playback displays the pictures in the memory or on the memory card in "contact sheets" of four thumbnail images. The following operations can be performed while thumbnails are displayed:
To More on Playback Highlight pictures
Description Press multi selector up, down, left or right to highlight pictures. Press center of multi selector to return to fullscreen playback.
Change number of pictures displayed Cancel thumbnail playback
With four thumbnails displayed, press l (W) button once to view nine thumbnails. Press O (T) to "zoom in" l (W)/O (T) from nine thumbnails to four-thumbnail view, or, when four thumbnails are displayed, to return to full-screen playback. Cancel thumbnail playback and return to full-screen playback. Confirmation dialog will be displayed. Press multi selector up or down to highlight option, press the center of the multi selector to select.
Delete highlighted picture
Taking a Closer Look: Playback Zoom
Use the O (T) button to zoom in on still images displayed in full-screen playback. While the picture is zoomed in, you can save a cropped copy of the picture that contains only the portion of the image visible in the monitor. Playback zoom and cropping are not available when the current picture is a movie or a copy created using the small picture option (Q 60, 78). Cropped copies can not be further cropped.
To Zoom in View other areas of picture Zoom out l (W) Press O (T)
Description Zoom increases each time button is pressed, to a maximum of 10. While image is zoomed in, O icon and zoom ratio are displayed in top left corner of monitor. Use multi selector to scroll to areas of picture not visible in monitor. To use multi selector to view other pictures, cancel zoom. Zoom decreases each time l (W) button is pressed. To cancel zoom, zoom picture out until entire picture is displayed. Cancel zoom and return to full-screen playback. More on Playback
Only portion of picture visible in monitor can be cropped. Confirmation dialog will be displayed. Press multi selector up or down to highlight option, press the center of the multi selector to select.
This option lets you crop part of a picture and save it as a separate file.
Zoom picture in and out.
Scroll picture. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until desired portion of image is displayed in monitor.
Save this image as displayed? No Yes
To view the new, cropped copy, press the multi selector down until the copy is displayed.
Confirmation dialog displayed. Select Yes to create cropped copy, No to exit without creating copy, then press the center of the multi selector.
Cropped pictures are stored as JPEG files (compression ratio 1 : 8). Depending on the size of the original and the zoom ratio at the time the copy was created, copies will be 2,048 1,536 (E3200 only), 1,600 1,200, 1,280 960, 1,024 768, 640 480, 320 240, or pixels in size. Copies are stored in separate files in the memory or on the memory card with names of the form "RSCNnnnn.JPG," where "nnnn" is a four-digit number assigned automatically by the camera.
If in doubt, choose Normal (2048) or Normal (1600). Pictures can be reduced or cropped when played back in the monitor after shooting (Q 42, 78).
Image Mode The following table shows the approximate number of pictures that can be stored in the memory or on 128- and 256-megabyte memory cards at different image mode settings.
Memory Image mode High (2048*) (E3200 only) High (1600*) (E2200 only) Normal (2048) (E3200 only) Normal (1600) PC screen (1024) TV screen (640) 14.5 MB Approx. 9 Approx. 15 Approx. 18 Approx. 29 Approx. 61 Approx. 132 Memory card 128 MB Approx. 78 Approx. 125 Approx. 153 Approx. 239 Approx. 511 Approx. MB Approx. 157 Approx. 252 Approx. 308 Approx. 482 Approx. 1028 Approx. 2203
* All figures are approximate. File size of pictures depends on scene recorded, producing wide variations in number of images that can be stored.
Image Mode and Number of Exposures Remaining
The figure shown in the monitor for the number of exposures remaining is only an approximation. The file size of compressed images varies with the scene recorded, producing wide variations in the number of pictures that can be stored.
Smaller images create smaller files suited to transmission by e-mail or use in web pages. When printed at larger sizes, however, small images will be rough and uneven in appearance.
The size of images when printed depends on the printer resolution: the higher the resolution, the smaller the final print size. The Shooting Menu
The current image mode setting is shown by an icon at the bottom left corner of the monitor.
The color of the light reflected from an object varies WHITE BALANCE 1/3 with the color of the light source. The human brain is able to adapt to such changes in color, with the result Auto that we see white objects as white, regardless of White bal. preset whether they are in the shade, direct sunlight, or under incandescent lighting. Digital cameras can mimic this Daylight adjustment by processing information from the cameras image sensor (CCD) according to the color of the light source. This process is known as a "white balance adjustment." If you cannot achieve the desired white balance with Auto (M) or you want to lock the white balance for a specific light source or shooting conditions, choose a setting other than Auto (M). When the white balance setting is changed, the new setting is reflected in the picture in the monitor.
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This option is used to mark pictures for transfer to a computer and to turn automatic transfer marking on and off.
AUTO TRANSFER All on All off Select image(s)
Option V All on (default option) All off Select image(s)
Description All pictures in memory or on memory card are marked for transfer. Pictures taken while this option is in effect will be marked for transfer. Remove transfer marking from all pictures in memory or on memory card. Pictures taken while this option is in effect will not be marked for transfer. Mark selected pictures for transfer.
Transferring More than 999 Pictures
No more than 999 pictures can be marked for transfer. If the memory or memory card contains more than 999 pictures, transfer all pictures using Nikon View. See the Nikon View Reference Manual (on CD) for details.
Some Nikon digital cameras allow you to hide pictures during playback. Hidden pictures can be viewed on the E3200/E2200 but can not be selected for transfer.
The V Icon
Pictures that have been selected for transfer are identified by a V icon.
1/ 4 Full-screen playback
When you connect the camera to a computer via the UC-E6 USB cable and press the center of the multi selector to transfer pictures, only pictures marked with a V icon will be transferred (Q 45).
Marking Selected Pictures for Transfer
Highlight Select image(s).
Pictures in memory or on memory card displayed as thumbnail images.
Select highlighted picture. Selected pictures marked by V icon.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to select additional pictures. To deselect picture, highlight and press multi selector down. To exit without changing transfer status of pictures, press ^ button.
Marking Pictures for Transfer with Other Cameras
Pictures selected for transfer with another model of Nikon camera can not be transferred when the memory card is inserted in the E3200/E2200. Use the E3200/E2200 to reselect the pictures.
The Setup Menu Time zone
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London, Casablanca DaylightSaving Tokyo, Seoul DaylightSaving
1 Press multi selector up or down to highlight HOME TIME ZONE or , then press center of multi selector. Press multi selector down to highlight DayLondon, Casablanca lightSaving and press center of multi selecMENU Back Set tor. The h icon is displayed. Selecting daylight saving time automatically advances the time one hour. To cancel daylight saving time, press center of multi selector again. 2 Press multi selector right to display the time zone screen. 3 Press multi selector left or right to highlight a time zone (region), then press center of multi selector.
The Camera Clock
The camera clock is less accurate than most watches or household clocks. Check the clock regularly against more accurate timepieces and reset as necessary.
(Travel Destination Time Zone)
To set the clock to the travel destination time zone, highlight and press the center of the multi selector. While the travel destination time zone is selected, a icon will be displayed in the monitor when the camera is in shooting mode. To choose a new travel destination, highlight and press the multi selector to the right, then choose a location as described on the previous page.
DaylightSaving (Daylight Saving Time)
To turn daylight saving time on or off, highlight DaylightSaving and press the center of the multi selector. Selecting daylight saving time automatically advances the time one hour.
The camera supports the following time zones:
GMT +/ GMT 14 GMT 13 GMT 12 GMT 11 GMT 10 GMT 9 GMT 8 GMT 7 GMT 6 GMT 5 GMT 4 Location Sydney, Guam NewCaledonia Auckland, Fiji Midway, Samoa Hawaii, Tahiti Alaska, Anchorage PST (PDT): LosAngels, Seattle, Vancouver MST (MDT): Denver, Phoenix, La Paz CST (CDT): Chicago, Houston, MexicoCity EST (EDT): New York Toronto, Lima Caracas, Manaus GMT +/ GMT 3 GMT 2 GMT 1 GMT GMT +1 GMT +2 GMT +3 GMT +4 GMT +5 GMT +6 GMT +7 GMT +8 GMT +9 GMT +10 GMT +11 GMT +12 Location BuenosAires, Sanpauro Fernando de Noronha Azores London, Casablanca Madrid, Paris, Berlin Athens, Helsinki Moscow, Nairobi AbuDhabi, Dubai Islamabad, Karachi Colombo, Dacca Bangkok, Jakarta Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore Tokyo, Seoul Sydney, Guam NewCaledonia Auckland, Fiji
PICTURE IS BLURRED. SAVE PICTURE? No Yes
If you want to check how blurred the picture is before deciding whether to delete it or not, select Yes to save the picture and then press x.
To save battery power, the camera will enter standby mode if no operations are performed for a preset length of time.
AUTO OFF Auto off Sleep mode
Description Choose how long monitor will remain on before turning off automatically. Choose from thirty seconds (30s), one minute (1m) default setting, five minutes (5m) and thirty minutes (30m). Regardless of option chosen in AUTO OFF menu, monitor will remain on for three minutes when menus are displayed. When powered by AC adapter, camera will enter standby mode if no operations are performed for thirty minutes. If On is selected, camera will enter standby mode when there is no change in brightness of subject, even before time selected in AUTO OFF menu has elapsed. The camera will enter sleep mode after thirty seconds of non-operation when Auto off is set to thirty seconds (30s) or one minute (1m), and after one minute when Auto off is set to five minutes (5m) or thirty minutes (30m).
AUTO OFF 30s 1m 5m 30m
SLEEP MODE Off On
This option is used when you need to format the camera's internal memory or a memory card. If no memory card is inserted in the camera, the internal memory will be formatted, and if the camera contains a memory card, the card will be formatted. To format the internal memory, remove the memory card. To format the memory:
MEMORY CARD FORMAT WARNING! All images will be deleted! No Format
FORMAT MEMORY WARNING! All images will be deleted! No Format
Highlight Format (to exit without formatting memory, highlight No and press the center of the multi selector).
Begin formatting. While formatting is in progress, message shown above will be displayed.
To format a memory card:
Highlight Format (to exit without formatting card, highlight No and press the center of the multi selector).
Choose the language for camera menus and messages from Deutsch (German), English, Espaol (Spanish), Franais (French), Italiano (Italian), Nederlands (Dutch), Svenska (Swedish), (Japanese), (Simplified Chinese), or (Korean).
Before connecting your camera to a video device such as a television or VCR (Q 44), choose a video mode setting that matches the video standard used in the device. Your Nikon digital camera supports NTSC and PAL standards.
VIDEO MODE NTSC PAL
Select this option to restore the settings listed opposite to their original state.
*1 Not available in U.S. *2 Not available in some areas.
Approved Memory Cards
The following memory cards have been tested and approved for use with your Nikon digital camera:
San Disk Toshiba Panasonic 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB, 256 MB 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB, 256 MB 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB, 256 MB*, 512 MB*
* High speed type of 10 MB/s or over Technical Notes
Caring for Your Camera
One key to cleaning the lens is to not touch it with your fingers. Remove dust or lint with a blower (typically a small device with a rubber bulb attached to one end that you pump to produce a stream of air out the other). To remove fingerprints or other stains that can not be removed with a blower, wipe the lens with a soft cloth, using a spiral motion that starts in the center of the lens and works out to the edges.
Remove dust or lint with a blower. To remove fingerprints and other stains, clean the monitor with a soft, dry cloth, being careful not to apply pressure.
Avoid contact with liquid crystal
Should the monitor break, care should be taken to avoid injury due to broken glass and to prevent the liquid crystal from the monitor touching the skin or entering the eyes or mouth.
Use a blower to remove dust and lint, then wipe gently with a soft, dry cloth. After using the camera at the beach or seaside, wipe off any sand or salt with a cloth lightly dampened with fresh water, then dry thoroughly.
Do not use alcohol, thinner, or other volatile chemicals.
Notes on the Monitor
The monitor may contain a few pixels that are always lit or that do not light. This is a characteristic common to all TFT LCD monitors, and does not indicate a malfunction. Images recorded using the product will not be affected. When you frame bright subjects, vertical comet-like streaks that whiten toward either end may appear in the monitor. This phenomenon, known as "smear," does not appear in the final photograph and does not indicate a malfunction. Some smear may appear in movies. Images in the monitor may be difficult to see in a bright light. The monitor is lit by an LED backlit. Should the monitor begin to dim or flicker, contact your Nikon service representative.
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