Nikon COOLPIX L101 user manual

User manual for the device Nikon COOLPIX L101

Device: Nikon COOLPIX L101
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Date of adding : 2014-04-02 15:22:28
Number of pages: 24
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DIGITAL C AMER A
Quick Star Quick Start Guide t Guide
Package Contents pg. 2
First Steps pg. 4
Taking Pictures pg. 9
Installing PictureProject pg. 12
Viewing Pictures on a Computer pg. 21
NOTE: Illustrations show the COOLPIX L1.

Summary of the content on the page No. 2

Pa Pac ck ka age C ge Co on nte ten nts ts Remove the camera and accessories from the box and confi rm that you have all the items listed below. En En The Nikon Guide to Digital Photography with the DIGITAL C AMER A DIGITAL CAMERA Quick St Q Quick Sta uick Star rt t Guide t Guide Guide COOLPIX L1/L101 Quick Start Guide (this guide) Guide to Digital Photography digital camera and or Rechargeable EN-MH1-B2 MH-71 battery charger LR6 (AA) alkaline batteries (× 2) with power cable batteries (× 2) (al

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Package Contents P Pa ar rt ts s of t of the Came he Camera ra Shutter-release Power switch Power-on lamp Flash button Eyelet for camera strap Battery-chamber Lens cover Flash lamp Mode selector Zoom button MENU button Monitor Multi selector (delete) Connector cover button (playback) button 3

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F Fi irst S rst St tep eps s Ste Step p 1 1— —A At tt ta ac ch t h th he Ca e Cam me er ra S a St tr ra ap p S Ste tep p 2 2— —C Ch ha ar rg ge e t th he e B Ba at tt te er ri ie es s If your camera came with alkaline batteries, skip this step and proceed directly to Step 3. . .1 1 Connect the power cable to the charger ()  2 2  and then plug it into a power outlet (). The  CHARGE lamp will light (). . .2 2 Insert the batteries as indicated on the charger. 2 2 The CHARGE lamp

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First Steps S Ste tep p 4 4— —T Tu ur rn t n th he Ca e Cam me er ra O a On n . .1 1 Slide the mode selector to . 4 4 . .2 2 Press the power switch to turn the camera on. 4 4 A Au uto o to off ff ( (S St ta an nd-b d-by y M Mo od de e) ) If no operations are performed for about a minute, the monitor will turn off to save power. The power-on lamp will blink, and the display can be reactivated by press- ing the shutter-release button. If no operations are performed for a further three minutes

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First Steps S Ste tep p 5 5— —C Ch ho oo os se e a L a La an ng gu ua ag ge a e an nd S d Se et t t th he Ca e Cam me er ra C a Cl lo oc ck k A language-selection dialog is displayed the fi rst time the camera is turned on. Follow the steps below to choose a language and set the time and date. T Th he M e Mu ul lt ti i S Se el le ec ct to or r Use the multi selector to navigate the camera menus. Move cursor up Make selection Move cursor left Move cursor right Move cursor down In the descriptio

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First Steps . .5 5 . .6 6 5 5 5 5 Display map of world time zones. Select home time zone. . .7 7 . .8 8 5 5 5 5 Display DATE menu. Edit Day (order of Day, Month, and Year may diff er in some areas). . .9 9 . .10 10 5 5 5 5 Select Month. Repeat Steps 5.8–5.9 to Highlight D M Y. edit Month, Year, hour, and minute . .1 11 1 . .12 12 5 5 5 5 AU AU AUTTTO O O 6 6 Choose date display order. Exit to shooting mode. 7

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First Steps S Ste tep p 6 6— —C Ch ho oo os se e t th he e B Ba at tt te er ry T y Ty yp pe e This step is only required with alkaline batteries. If your camera came with EN- MH1-B2 NiMH batteries, skip this step and proceed directly to “Taking Pictures.” . .1 1 . .2 2 6 6 6 6 Display shooting menu. Highlight Set-Up. . .3 3 . .4 4 6 6 6 6 Display setup menu. Highlight Battery Type. . .5 5 . .6 6 6 6 6 6 Display options. Highlight Alkaline. . .7 7 . .8 8 6 6 6 6 AU AU AUTTTO O O 6 6 Select and

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Ta Takin king g P Pi ic ct tu ur re es s Ste Step p 1 1— —Check Indicators in the Monitor Check the battery level and number of exposures remaining. Number of exposures remaining AUTO 6 6 AU A AU UTTTO O O 6 6 Battery level indicator Display Description NO ICON Battery fully charged. Low battery. Ready spare batteries. WARNING!! Batteries exhausted. No pictures can be taken until fresh batteries BATTERY EXHAUSTED are inserted. W Wh he er re e A Ar re e M My y Pi Pic ct tu ur re es s Sto St

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Taking Pictures S Ste tep p 3 3— —Frame a Picture Use the zoom button to frame the subject near the center of the monitor. The zoom button Press to zoom in on the subject so that it fi lls a larger area of the frame. Press to zoom out, increasing the area visible in the frame. AU A AU UTTTO O O 6 6 S Ste tep p 4 4— —Focus and Shoot . .1 1 Lightly press the shutter-release button about 4 4 halfway, stopping when you feel resistance. The camera will set focus and exposure for the subject

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Taking Pictures . .2 2 Smoothly press the shutter-release button the 4 4 rest of the way down to release the shutter and take the picture. To prevent blur, avoid moving the camera while pressing the shutter-release button. S Ste tep p 5 5—Vie —View Pic w Pict tu ur re es s . .1 1 Press the button to view a picture in the 20005.10.10 005.10.10 05.10.10 1 100NIKON 100NIKON 00NIKON 5 5 155:35 5:35 :35 0 0005.JPG 0005.JPG 005.JPG monitor. 5 5// 5 5 button Use the multi selector to view othe

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I In nst sta al llin ling g P Pi ict ctu ur re eP Pr ro oj je ec ct t P Pi ic ct tu ur re eP Pr ro oj je ec ct t Install the supplied PictureProject software to transfer pictures to a computer for easy viewing and storage. The main controls in the PictureProject are shown below. See the PictureProject reference manual on the silver CD for details. Edit: Crop pictures, adjust brightness and Organize: View and organize pictures. hue, and use other retouch tools. Collection list: Group picture

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Important! Installing PictureProject Before You Begin: System Requirements Confi rm that your system meets the following requirements: Windows 300 MHz Pentium or better recommended (550 MHz Pentium III or better CPU recommended for muvee) Preinstalled versions of Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Profes- OS sional, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows Millennium Edition (Me), or Windows 98 Second Edition (SE) Hard disk space 60 MB required for installation RAM Minimum 64 MB (128 MB for muvee) V

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Installing PictureProject Windows I In nst stalling P alling Pi ic ct tu ure reP Pro roje jec ct t: Windo : Window ws s Turn the computer on and wait for Windows to start up. 1 1 Insert the yellow installer CD. The Install Center 2 2 program will start and a “Select Region” dialog will be displayed. Select a region and click Next . (The “Select Region” dialog is not displayed in the European release of PictureProject. Euro- pean users can proceed directly to Step 3.) I If f t th he

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Windows Installing PictureProject I In ns st ta al ll li in ng D g Dr ri iv ve er rs ( s (W Wi in nd do ow ws X s XP P/ /W Wi in nd do ow ws 9 s 98 S 8 SE O E On nl ly) y) Follow the on-screen instructions to install the drivers. On some Windows XP systems the installation may be per- formed by a wizard. Windows XP Windows 98 SE Follow the on-screen instructions to install 5 5 Panorama Maker. Click Yes to install QuickTime 6. 6 6 Follow the on-screen instructions to install 7 7 Foto

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Installing PictureProject Windows Click Next to install PictureProject to the des- 9 9 tination shown, or click Browse… to choose a diff erent folder. Click Yes to create the destination folder. 1 10 0 Click Yes to create a shortcut to PictureProject 11 11 on the desktop. Click Finish. 12 12 D Di ir re ec ct tX 9 X 9 If DirectX 9 is not already installed, the dialog shown at right will be displayed. Follow the on- screen instructions to install DirectX 9. 16

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Windows Installing PictureProject Click Finish or Yes to restart the 1 13 3 computer. DirectX 9 not installed in Step 12. DirectX 9 installed in Step 12. The PictureProject Import Assistant will be dis- 14 14 played once the computer restarts. To catalog the images in the “Import from” folder for dis- play in PictureProject: 1 1 Click Import. The time needed to catalog the images is proportional to the number of images in the folder. 2 2 Click Close to close the Import Assistant whe

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Installing PictureProject Macintosh I In ns st ta al ll li in ng g P Pi ic ct tu ur re eP Pr ro oj je ec ct t: : M Ma ac ci in nt to os sh h Turn the computer on and insert the yellow installer CD. 1 1 Double-click the CD icon on the desktop and 2 2 then double-click the Welcome icon. The In- stall Center program will start and a “Select Re- gion” dialog will be displayed. Select a region and click Next. (The “Select Region” dialog is not displayed in the Euro- pean release of Picture

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Macintosh Installing PictureProject Enter the administrator name and password 6 6 and click OK. Read the license agreement and click Accept . 7 7 Take a few moments to view the ReadMe fi le, which may contain important information that could not be included in this guide. Click Con- tinue… to proceed with installation. Click Install. 8 8 Click Yes to have PictureProject start automati- 9 9 cally when the camera is connected. Click Yes to add PictureProject to the Dock. 10 10

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Installing PictureProject Macintosh Click Restart to restart the com- 1 12 2 puter. When the computer re- starts, log in to the account used QuickTime 6 not to install PictureProject. installed in Step 11. QuickTime 6 installed in Step 11. The PictureProject Import Assistant will be dis- 1 13 3 played once the computer restarts. To catalog the images in the “Import from” folder for dis- play in PictureProject: 1 1 Click Import. The time needed to catalog the images is proportional to


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