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DIGITAL CAMERA COOLPIX 900 User’s Guide
Cautions • The reproduction of all or part of this manual is prohibited save in cases in which Nikon’s prior permission has been obtained. • The information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice. • Nikon has made every effort to produce a perfect manual, but should you find any mistakes, we would be grateful if you would kindly let us know. The address of Nikon’s representative in your area is provided separately. • Nikon is not liable for damages resulting from the use o
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 installa- tion. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interf
Safety Precautions Be sure to observe the following safety precautions when using and storing your COOLPIX 900. Do not look directly at the sun through the viewfinder Viewing the sun or other strong light source through the viewfinder could cause permanent visual impairment. Turn off immediately in the event of malfunction Should you notice smoke or an unusual smell coming from the camera, remove the batteries immediately, taking care to avoid burns. Continued operation could result in injury
Other Cautions To ensure that you can continue to enjoy the use of your COOLPIX 900, you should observe the following precautions. 4 Do not touch the lens with your fingers The proper procedure for cleaning the camera’s lens is described in “Caring for Your Camera.” 4 Handle the lens and moving parts with care Do not apply force to the lens or to the battery, card, or connector covers. These parts are especially susceptible to damage. Do not attempt to rotate the lens and viewfinder past the li
Notice concerning prohibition of copying or reproduction Note that simply being in possession of material which has been copied or reproduced by means of a digital camera may be punishable by law. Items prohibited by law from being copied or reproduced Do not copy or reproduce paper money, coins, securities, government bonds, or local government bonds, even if such copies or reproductions are stamped “Sample”. The copying or reproduction of paper money, coins, or securities which are circulated
Contents Safety Precautions ................................................................. iv Other Cautions...............................................................................v Overview ......................................................................1 Parts and Accessories ................................................3 What’s in this Package ..................................................................3 Parts of the COOLPIX 900........................................
Overview Thank you for buying a Nikon COOLPIX 900 digital camera. The COOLPIX 900 is a full-featured digital camera with optical and digital zoom and a built-in flash. In automatic mode the camera’s programmed autofocus, autoexposure, auto white-balance, and matrix metering allow for “point-and-shoot” photography that produces excellent results in a variety conditions. The menu-driven manual mode offers a choice of metering methods, exposure compensation, and white balance programs in additio
found in “Nikon View 900,” which also describes how to install the Adobe Acrobat Reader software you will need to view the manuals on CD-ROM. Please read all instructions carefully to ensure that you get the most from your camera. Note: The illustrations in this manual are composites. Photographs taken with the COOLPIX 900 may differ from those shown here. Note: The illustrations in this manual show the color LCD monitor used in the NTSC-compatible model of the COOLPIX 900. Owing to differen
DIGTAL CAMERA Parts and Accessories The chapter identifies the parts of the COOLPIX 900 and lists the items packaged with your camera. What’s in this Package Purchasers of the COOLPIX 900 should find that the package contains all the items listed below. Should you notice that anything is missing or damaged, contact your retailer immediately. COOLPIX 900 SC-900 serial digital camera cable (IBM PC/ (1) AT RS-232C) (1) SC-900M serial Carrying case cable (Macintosh (1) RS-232C/RS- 422) (1) CF-4 4M
M O O Z BATT. PUSH 6 . 3 - 4 . 2 : 1 Parts of the COOLPIX 900       FINE AUTO NORMAL SLOW PLAY  BASIC M REC CARD OFF A REC        WT       AF      4 Parts and Accessories: Parts of the COOLPIX 900 m m 4 . 7 1 - 8 . 5 R O K K I N CARD Nikon DIGITAL CAMERA E900 4.8V/6V = 0.9A/0.8A (PAL) N150 NIKON CORP. MADE IN JAPAN
[ 1] Speedlight (flash)  Flash/Multiple Selection button [ 2] Red-eye reduction lamp  Color LCD monitor [ 3] Photocell  Zoom switch [ 4] Lens  Hole for camera strap [ 5] Control panel  MONITOR button [ 6] Connector for AC adapter  MENU button (under cover)  Flash indicator [ 7] Connector for video cable  Tripod connector (under cover)  Battery cover [ 8] Selector dial/Shutter-release  Diopter dial for adjusting button viewfinder focus [ 9] Connector for se
The Color LCD Monitor When the selector dial is set to A-REC or M-REC, the color LCD monitor shows the view through the camera’s lens, adjusted for such settings as white balance, exposure, and digital zoom. When the dial is set to PLAY, the monitor displays the most recently recorded photograph. The MONI- TOR button below the monitor controls whether camera settings or record- ing information will be shown superimposed on the image displayed, and can also be used to turn the monitor off, incr
Camera settings (A-REC, M-REC) Zoom indicator Battery indicator Autoexposure lock White-balance lock Self-timer Lens adapter Image adjustment Number of expo- VGA indicator sures remaining Image quality Metering White balance program Exposure compensation Focus setting Recording information (PLAY) Date and Filename time of recording (the first four Battery indicator letters of the filename are omitted) Protected image Image quality Position in memory Parts and Accessories: Parts of the COOLPIX 9
Through the Viewfinder     Macro close-up field-of-view Use this frame when composing photographs with focus set to macro close-up (appropriate at ranges of 8cm–50cm, or 3˝–20˝)  Focus point indicator For best autofocus results, compose photograph with subject at focus point  Field of view at ranges of 50cm (20˝) to infinity 8 Parts and Accessories: Parts of the COOLPIX 900
First Steps This chapter guides you through the steps you will take after removing the camera from the box, from inserting the batteries to making your first photographs and playing them back. Before you will be able to use your camera, you will need to: • attach the camera strap • insert batteries • insert the compact flash-memory card • choose the language to be used in the setting and playback menus • set the camera’s clock-calendar to the current date and time These tasks are detailed on th
Putting Batteries in Your Camera 1. Turn the camera off When putting new batteries in your camera, first rotate the selector dial to OFF. If the camera is on a tripod, the camera must be removed from the tripod before the batteries can be replaced. 2. Open the battery cover Turn the camera upside down and unlatch the battery chamber by pushing the button and sliding the cover away from the camera. Then raise and open the lid. 3. Insert batteries Insert the batteries with the positive (+) and
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