Nikon 3008912 user manual

User manual for the device Nikon 3008912

Device: Nikon 3008912
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Date of adding : 2013-12-13 15:21:25
Number of pages: 28
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DIGITAL CAMERA
Q Quick Start Guide uick Start Guide
Package Contents
pg. 2
Taking Pictures
pg. 3
Bundled software
PictureProject
pg. 13

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Package Contents Check that you have all the items listed below Check that you have all the items listed below.. NOTE: A memory card is not included with the camera. COOLPIX S3 digital camera EN-EL8 rechargeable battery Camera strap (with terminal cover) † MV-11 / MV-11B EH-63 AC adapter UC-E10 USB EG-E5000 * COOL-STATION (with power cable) interface cable audio / video cable En En The Nikon Guide to Digital Photography with the DIGITA L CAMERA DIGITAL CAMERA Quick Start Guide Quick Start Gui

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Attach the camera strap / Charge the battery Taking Pictures Attach the camera strap Attach the camera strap Attach the strap as shown. C Charge the battery harge the battery After inserting the battery, place the camera in the supplied MV-11 / MV-11B COOL-STATION for charging. Connect the EH-63 AC adapter to the COOL-STATION 1  Connect the AC power cord to the AC adapter.  Plug the DC cord into the COOL-STATION’s DC-IN connector.  Plug the AC power cord into a wall outlet. The power la

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Charge the battery Taking Pictures Open the battery-chamber cover 2 1 Slide the battery-chamber cover in  the direction shown ( ), stopping when the cover opens (). 2 Insert the battery 3 Insert the battery as shown in the label at the entrance to the battery chamber, making sure that the posi- tive (“+”) and negative (“–”) termi- nals are in the correct orientation. Inserting the battery upside down or backwards could damage the camera. Be sure that the battery is in the correct orien

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Charge the battery Taking Pictures Place the camera in the COOL-STATION 5 Power lamp 1 Camera connector 2 1 Confi rm that the camera power-on lamp is off. The battery will not charge while the camera is on. 2 Place the camera in the COOL-STATION with the monitor to- wards you, making sure that the connector is fully inserted in the matching connector on the COOL-STATION. Charge the battery 6 The indicator next to the camera monitor will blink green while the battery charges. An exhausted bat

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Turn the camera on Taking Pictures T Turn the camera on urn the camera on Select mode 1 Slide the mode selector to (auto mode). Turn the camera on 2 Press the power switch until the power-on lamp lights. A Auto Power of uto Power off f (Stand-by Mode) (Stand-by Mode) If no operations are performed for about fi ve seconds in shooting mode, the monitor will gradually dim to save power. Full brightness can be restored by pressing the shutter-release button or operating any of the controls n

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Choose a language and set the clock Taking Pictures C Choose a language and set the clock hoose a language and set the clock The fi rst time the camera is turned on, a language-selection dialog will be displayed in the monitor. Follow the steps below to choose a lan- guage and set the time and date. Use the multi selector to navigate the menus. Move cursor up Press center ( ) to make selection Display sub-menu, move cursor right, or make selection Cancel and return to previous menu, or m

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Choose a language and set the clock Taking Pictures HOME TIME ZONE HOME TIME ZONE HOME TIME ZONE HOME TIME ZONE 5 6 London, Casablanca London, Casablanca Back B Back ack Confirm Confirm Confirm Back B Back ack Confirm C Confirm onfirm Display map of world time zones. Select home time zone. D DA DA AT TE TE E DA D DA AT TE TE E 7 8 DM Y DM Y 01.. 01 2005 01.. 01 2005 00 : 00 00 : 00 Display DATE menu. Edit Day (order of Day, Month, and Year may differ in some areas). DA D DA ATE T TE E DA D DA A

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Take pictures Taking Pictures T Ta ake pictures ke pictures Pictur Picture e Storage Storage Pictures are stored either in the camera’s 12 MB internal memory or on remov- able memory cards. In the description that follows, pictures are stored in internal memory. For information on using memory cards, see page 10 of the Guide to Digital Photography. Check indicators in the monitor 1 AUTO 9 9 Number of expo- A AUTO AUTO UTO 9 9 sures remaining Battery level indicator: Battery level is shown

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Take pictures Taking Pictures Ready the camera 2 Hold the camera steadily in both hands. Don’ Don’t t Block the Shot Block the Shot Important To avoid dark or partially obscured pictures, keep your fi ngers and other objects away from the lens and fl ash window. Frame the subject 3 Position the subject in the center of the frame and use the zoom buttons to compose the picture. Zoom buttons: Press T to zoom in on the subject so that it fi lls a larger area of the frame. Press W to zoom out, inc

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Take pictures Taking Pictures The COOLPIX S3 has a two-stage shutter-release button. Pressing the shut- ter-release button halfway focuses the camera. Pressing it the rest of the way down releases the shutter to record a picture. Focus 4 Press the shutter-release button halfway to set focus and exposure. In mode, the camera will auto- matically focus on the subject at the center of the frame. Focus and exposure will lock while the shutter- release button is pressed halfway. With the shut

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View pictures Taking Pictures V View pictures iew pictures Press the button 1 01.10.2005 01.10.2005 01.10.2005 100NIKON 1 100NIKON 00NIKON A picture will be displayed in the 115:30 15:30 5:30 0001.JPG 0001.JPG 0001.JPG monitor. When the camera is off, press- 1 1// 1 1 ing the button for about one second will turn the camera on with a picture displayed in the (playback) button monitor. View additional pictures View previous picture 2 Press the multi selector down or right to view pictur

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System Requirements for PictureProject Bundled software PictureProject Once the supplied PictureProject software has been installed, pictures can be transferred to a computer for easy viewing and storage. System Requirements for PictureProject pg. 14 Windows 300 MHz Pentium or better recommended (550 MHz CPU Pentium III or better for muvee option) Preinstalled versions of Windows XP Home Edition, Windows OS XP Professional, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows Millennium Edition (Me), or Wind

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Install PictureProject Windows PictureProject Bundled software Windows Windows Install PictureProject Windows Windows X XP / Windows P / Windows 2 2000 000 Important Log on to an account with administrator privileges when installing or uninstalling PictureProject under Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional, or Windows 2000 Professional. Turn the computer on and wait for Windows to start up. 1 Before proceeding to the next step, turn off any virus-checking software and exit any othe

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Windows Install PictureProject Bundled software PictureProject Click Easy Install to begin installation of 4 the following software:  PTP drivers for COOLPIX-series cameras (Windows XP only)  Nikon Mass Storage Camera Drivers (Windows 98SE only)  Panorama Maker  Apple QuickTime 6  Nikon FotoShare (Europe only)  PictureProject  Microsoft DirectX 9 The fi rst components to be installed are the camera drivers. 5 The drivers installed depend on the computer’s operating system:  Windows

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Install PictureProject Windows PictureProject Bundled software The Nikon FotoShare setup program will 8 start (Europe only). Follow the on-screen instructions to complete installation. The PictureProject setup program will now 9 start. After reading the license agreement, click Yes to accept the agreement and proceed with installation. Click Next to install PictureProject to 10 the location shown under “Destination Folder,” or click Browse… to choose a different folder. Complete the f

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Windows Install PictureProject Bundled software PictureProject Click Finish or Yes to restart the computer. 12 Displayed if DirectX is installed Displayed if DirectX is not installed When the computer restarts, the 13 PictureProject Import Assistant will be displayed. The Import Assistant is used to catalog pictures already on the computer for dis- play in PictureProject. To proceed without cataloging existing pictures, click Close (existing pictures can be cataloged manually at any time;

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Install PictureProject Macintosh PictureProject Bundled software Windows Macintosh Install PictureProject Installing or Uninstalling Pictur Installing or Uninstalling Picture ePr Pro oject ject Important Log on to an account with administrator privileges when installing or uninstalling PictureProject. Turn the computer on and wait for it to start up. 1 Before proceeding to the next step, turn off any virus-checking software and exit any other applications that may be running. Insert the Pictur

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Macintosh Install PictureProject Bundled software PictureProject The Panorama Maker installer will start. Fol- 5 low the on-screen instructions to complete installation. The message shown at right will be 6 displayed (Europe only; users in other areas can proceed directly to Step 7 ). Click OK. Enter your administrator name and pass- 7 word and click OK. The PictureProject license agreement will 8 be displayed. After reading the license agreement, click Accept to accept the terms and co

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Install PictureProject Macintosh PictureProject Bundled software The PictureProject installer will start. Click 9 Install and follow the steps below: 1 To have PictureProject Transfer start automatically when the camera is connected, click Yes when prompted. 2 Click Yes to add PictureProject to the Dock. 3 Click Quit to exit the PictureProject installer. A Apple QuickTime 6 pple QuickTime 6 If an earlier version of QuickTime is installed, the QuickTime 6 installer will start automatically.


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