Nikon Coolpix S9100 user manual

User manual for the device Nikon Coolpix S9100

Device: Nikon Coolpix S9100
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Date of adding : 2014-04-02 15:22:28
Number of pages: 82
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Nikon
DIGITAL CAMERA
COOLP
User's Manual

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High-definition movies with sound (:an be recorded. • Each movie is limited to a file size of 4 GB and a movie length of 29 minutes, even when there is sufficient free space on the memory card for longer recording (_ 149). • The angle of view (i.e., the area visible in the frame) for movies is narrower compared to that of still images. If Monitor settings (_ 175) in the setup menu is set to Movie frame+auto info, the area that will be visible in the movie can be confirmed before movie recording

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_1_ Notes on Recording Movies • Memory cards with an SD Speed Class rating of 6 or faster are recommended when recording movies (_ 198), Movie recording may stop unexpectedly when memory cards with a lower Speed Class ratings are used. • There may be some degradation in image quality when digital zoom is used, If the digital zoom is not being used when movie recording begins, rotating and holding the zoom control at T zooms the image using optical zoom and the zoom stops at the maximum optical z

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Capturing Still Images While Recording Movies If the shutter-release button is pressed all tile way while recording a movie, one frame is saved as a still image (except when Movie options (_ 148) is set to ,j_'_ iFrame 540 (960x540)). Movie recording continues while tile still irrmge is being saved. • A still image can be saved when r%']is displayed at the top left of the monitor. • ¢3"1 is not displayed while saving still images. Another still image cannot be saved until r%']isdisplayed again.

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Recording Movies in Slow Motion and Fast Motion (HS Movie) HS (high speed) movies carl be recorded. Tile portions of tile movie recorded using HS movie (:an be played back in slow motion at 1/8 or 1/2 of normal playback speed, or played back in fast motion at a speed two times faster than normal speed. While recording movies, the camera can be switched from normal speed movie recording to slow motion or fast motion movie recording. • HSmovies_ 145 I Display the movie menu ([Z[_ 146), use the rot

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4 Press the • (_ movie-record) button to start HS movie options Tile camera focuses at the center of tile frame. Focus areas are not displayed during recording. Movie recording begins after the monitor briefly turrls off. When tile Open with HS footage checkbox in tile recording. movie menu isturned on, HSmovies are recorded when recording begins. When the Open with HS footage checkbox in the When recording HSmovies movie menu isturned off, normal speed movies are m !_! recorded when recording b

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w Notes on HS Movie • Portions recorded _r slow motion or _st motion playback are not recorded with sound. • When recording HS movies, vibration reduction cannot be used. Zoom position, focus, exposure, and white balance are locked when the • ('_ movie record) button is pressed to start recording. [] HS Movie Recorded movies are played back at about 30 frames per second, including portions recorded using HS movie. When Movie options (_ 148) is set to HS 240 fps (320x240), HS 120 fps (640x480), o

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Changing Movie Recording Settings Tile following options carl be adjusted from tile movie menu. Movie options 148 Select the desired movie option to record. The camera carl record normal speed movies and high speed (HS)movies, which can be played back in slow motion or fast motion. open With HSfootage _ 1431i50 When the camera is configured in the Movie options screen to record HS movies (slow motion or fast motion movies), select whether the carT]era records normal speed movies or HS movies whe

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3 Press • or • to choose the _ tab. 4 Press i_ or the _) button. The movie menu items can be selected. Use the rotary multi selector to choose and apply settings (_ 11). To exit the movie menu, press the MENU button or • to select a different tab. < 8 & o_ 147

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Movie Options Switch to shooting mode -) MENU-)_ (Movie) (_ 146) -) Movie options Select the options for recording movies. Larger image sizes and faster movie bitrates mean greater image quality and larger movie file sizes. • When recording normal speed movies, _[_ HD I080p_i_ (1920xi080), IO_1_ HD 1080p (1920xl 080}, 72_ HD 720p (1280x720}, ,S_'_ iFrame 540 (960x540), and v'_t_ VGA (640x480) are available. • When recording HS movies, 0v_l_ HS 240 fps (320x240), w_i_ HS 120 fps (640x480), 7"_ HS

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Description Type ! _,_,_.,w_,q i 1/4-speed slow motion movies with a 4:3 aspect ratio are recorded. _i_ HS 120 fps Max. recording time*: 10 seconds (playback time: 40 seconds) Image size: 640 × 480 pixds (640x480) Movie bitrate: 3 Mbps 1/2-speed slow motion movies with a 16:9 aspect ratio are recorded. 7"_ HS60 fps Max. recording time*: 30 seconds (playback time: 1 minute) (!280x720) Image size: 1280 × 720 pixds Movie bitrate: 9 Mbps x"'s p'ee d"fa'st"m o_i'o'n"'Z'o v'[ e ;"_'ii'h"'_""T_i_"'a';

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Open with HS Footage Switch to shooting mode =) MENU -> _ (Movie) (_ 146) =) Open with HS footage Select whether the camera records normal speed movies or HS movies (slow motion or fast motion movies) when movie recording starts. Autofocus Mode (Movie) shooting _Switch to mode =) MENU -> _ ([1_3 146) =) Autofocus mode Select the autofocus method used when recording normal speed movies. _

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Electronic VR When the camera is configured in the Movie options screen to record normal speed movies, select whether the camera uses electronic vibration reduction. When Electronic VR is set to On, _ is displayed when movie recording starts (_ 6). w Note on Electronic Vibration Reduction When recording HS movies, vibration reduction cannot be used. Wind Noise Reduction Select whether wind noise is reduced when recording normal speed movies. _, B_ / Reducesthe soundheard when wind passesover the

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In full-frame playback mode (_ 89), movies (:an be identified by the Movie options icon (_ 148). To play a movie, display it in full-frame playback mode and press the _) button. Rotate the zoom control to T or W to adjust playback __ Pausing volume. Rotate the rotary multi selector to advance or rewind the movie. Playback controls are displayed at the top of the monitor. Press the rotary multi selector _ or i_ to choose a control. The operations described below are available. During playback ind

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The desired portions of a recorded movie can be saved as a separate file (except movies recorded using ,j_'_ iFrame 540 (960x540) (_ 148)). 1 Play back the desired movie and pause playback ([_ 152). 2 Press the rotary multi selector _ or i_ to , ,_, choose the [] control, and then press the _) button. The movie edit screen is displayed. 3 Press • or • to choose the _ control (choose start point). When editing begins, the frame where playback was paused isthe start point. Rotate the rotary multi

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6 Choose Yes and press the _) button. The edited movie is saved. To exit without saving, select No. _<, o o 3 o_ _1_ Notes on Movie Editing • A movie that was created by editing cannot be trimmed again. To trim another area of the movie, select and edit the original movie. • Movies are trimmed in one second intervals, therefore the actual trimmed portion of the movie may differ slightly from the selected start and end points. Movies cannot be trimmed so that they are less than 2 seconds long. •

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Connect the camera to a television to play images or movies back on the television. If your %/is equipped with an HDMI jack, a commercially available HDMI (:able (:an be used to connec:t the camera to the %/for high-definition display. o_ == 2 Connect the camera to the TV. When using the supplied audio/video cable Connect the yellow plug to the video-in jack and the white and red plugs to the audio-in o_ jacks on the TV. 3 VIDEO AUDIO AUDIO o_ g- White Red When using a commercially available HDM

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3 Tune the television to the video channel. See the documentation provided with your television for details. 4 Hold down the_ button to turn on the [ I _ [ camera, tl _ ........\ _o displayed on the television, t I : s-:>-:_::_-_ m While connected to the TV, the camera monitor win [I /_Z remain off. -q o 9 _1_ Notes on Connecting the HDMI Cable c • HDMI cable is not provided. Use a commercially available HDMI cable to connect the camera to a high definition TV. The output terminal on this camera

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Use the supplied USB(:able to connect the camera to a computer and copy (transfer) images to the computer. Before Connecting the Camera Install the Software Use tile supplied ViewNX 2 CF)and install tile following software on tile computer. For more information on installing the software, refer to the QuickStortduide. t_ • ViewNX 2: Use the image transfer feature "Nikon Transfer 2" to save images that were captured with the camera on the computer. Saved images (:an be viewed and printed. Image a

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_1_ Notes on Power Source • When connecting the camera to a computer, use a battery with a sufficient amount of charge remaining to prevent the camera from turning off unexpectedly. • When the camera is connected to a computer via the supplied USB cable with Auto (default setting) selected for the Charge by computer option in the setu p menu, the battery inserted into the camera is automatically charged using power supplied by the computer (_ 162, 187). • if the AC Adapter EH 62F (_ 1gT) (availa


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