Nikon D-60 Miles Eye Camera MEC-2-CB-D60-N105 user manual

User manual for the device Nikon D-60 Miles Eye Camera MEC-2-CB-D60-N105

Device: Nikon D-60 Miles Eye Camera MEC-2-CB-D60-N105
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Date of adding : 2014-01-03 15:23:04
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Use of Nikon D-60 Miles Eye Camera (MEC-2-CB-D60-N105)

Contents of the MEC-2-CB Iris Camera System 2
Preparing the Iris Camera for Use – CB 3
How to Take Perfect Iris Pictures 7
How to Transfer Iris Images Using the Card Reader 11
Camera Maintenance 17
Camera Settings 18
Reference for Nikon D-60 Settings 20
Aperture Guide 22


Your Registration Information:
Owner: ____________________
Camera System Serial Number: ____________________
Camera Body Serial Number: _________________

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Use of MEC-2-CB-D60-N105 Iris Camera Contents of the Camera Carry Case – MEC-2-CB-D60-N105 Contents 1. Camera 2. Lightguide Clip 3. Camera Battery 4. Camera Battery Charger 5. Zoom Lens 6. AA Battery Charger 7. AA Batteries 8. Card Reader 9. Cord Compartment a. Lens cap/body cap b. Card Reader USB cord c. Camera USB cord d. AC cord e. Spare Focus-Light bulbs f. #0 philips screwdriver (for battery pack) Use of Iris Camera – MEC-2-CB-D60-N105 2

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Preparing the Iris Camera for Use (Coaxial Biometric Illuminator) 1. Open camera case and remove the camera from the foam padding. The camera is easily lifted out and set down using two fingers and thumb. 2. Slide the Flash Lightguide Clip (stored in the case in a foam cutout near the camera) onto the hot-shoe at the top of the camera. Hold it by the base and press it all the way forward. The lightguide clip slides into the “hot shoe” flash mount on the top of the camera. Us

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3. Turn on the camera by rotating the switch at the top right of the camera. Power switch in on position. 4. Pop up the built-in flash by pressing the small button on the left side of the camera top. Flash Pop-up button. 5. Snap the input end of the lightguide (the 5/8” diameter stainless steel end) into the clip and slide it towards the flash to a ¼” gap. The lightguide snaps into the Lightguide clip. Leave ¼” to ½” gap to flash head. Use of Iris Camera – MEC-2-CB-D60-N10

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6. Turn on the focus light by moving the small slide switch on the battery pack forward. Focus light is switched on via a small slide switch on the outer top edge of the battery pack. 7. Use the main command dial at the upper rear of the camera for adjusting the aperture. The aperture dial (situated where the right thumb would be when holding the camera with the right hand) is changed by the thumb; clicking the wheel inboard (to left) decreases aperture number and clicking the wh

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8. IMPORTANT: Adjust the Eyepiece Focus setting (initial setup only). This is a small slide switch to the right of the viewfinder that can go up or down through 6 positions (some cameras such as the D300, have a rotating wheel), and is designed to match the viewfinder optics to your vision. When this is set: if you see the subject in focus, the camera sees it in focus. If you normally wear corrective lenses, always wear them when taking a picture. To make this adjustment for your eye:

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How To Take Perfect Iris Pictures 1. Be sure the client is comfortably seated and relaxed. 2. If a chinrest is not used, have the client open their own lids by putting the index finger touching the thumb up to the closed eye (using the arm on the same side of the eye being photographed), and then separating the index finger and thumb while holding them against the upper and lower lids respectively. Often this method is helped by having the elbow of this arm on a table. The client co

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5. If a chinrest is used, adjust the height so the center of the iris is about 1” (25mm) below the bottom of the forehead rest. When a chinrest is used, lid retraction can be accomplished using two 6” cotton swabs in one hand to separate lids. 6. Bring the camera (with focusing light switched on) into alignment with the center of the iris by panning in from the lateral side. For handheld photography, it is best for the photographer to have both elbows on the table and the left hand supp

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10. Always take all the right eye pics first then all the left eye pics. If you take scleral pics, start with the iris of that eye, followed by the four quadrants of the sclera (normally Left, Right, Upper, Lower). 11. Adjust the camera position until the pupil of the iris is centered on the viewfinder. With this type of 1:1+ photography, focus is accomplished by moving the camera toward or away from the subject. 12. Adjust focus until the image is sharp around the collarette at the fou

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Use of Iris Camera – MEC-2-CB-D60-N105 10

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How To Transfer Iris Images Using The Card Reader 1. Start with the reader unplugged 2. Insert the SD Flash memory card into the card reader 3. Plug the card reader into the computer’s USB socket The blue light on the card reader will illuminate: 4. The drive letters should show up in “My Computer” in a few seconds.Most Windows operating systems, including XP, will recognize the card reader without need of installing any driver from the mini-CD. When plugged in to a USB port, it

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8. If the message complains that the folder is in use, check all folders, and even if it is not in use, click it again, possibly a third time. Then it will say it is safe to unplug your device. The LED light on the card reader will go off (Figure 4). 9. Disconnect the USB card reader from the computer (Figure 5) 10. Then remove the memory card (Figure 6). How to use the Computer to Organize Eye Pictures There are many possible methods of image management, but how best to download and

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safe to remove the USB device. Unplug the USB cord and then remove the memory card and re-insert it into the camera. If you do not see the USB icon with the green arrow, click the “<<” symbol to reveal all of the icons. b. If you are reading off the camera, the USB disconnection procedure may begin with the switching off of the camera. c. The camera must always be switched off when removing or inserting memory cards. d. Never switch off power or eject a card while data transfer activity is

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6. The list will go away and a message will pop up indicating that it is “Safe To Remove Hardware”: 7. After Clicking the Card Reader Device, The blue light on the Card Reader will go out, indicating that the power is no longer being supplied to the card reader and it is now safe to remove the card reader from the USB socket. The below example shows the S6 card reader plugged into a 4-port USB hub; the figure on the right shows the blue light off (red circle): A. Flash memo

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5. Next, make a subfolder for each person using their first & last name as the folder name in proper case. Sometimes it is convenient to have the folder name prefixed with a 2-digit number that represents the sequence the clients were photographed in. I recommend using this filename convention (e.g. the first person is Jon Miles and the folder name is either “Jon Miles” or "01 Jon Miles"). 6. Then view the folder of downloaded pics in either Thumbnail mode or Filmstrip mode (Filmstrip

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15. Make a subfolder named "extra" in the client's folder and put all images in there except the right & left eye cropped & annotated versions (two files plus the "extras" folder). 16. If the client is provided with a CD, put the folder with their name (and all contents) onto the CD. Additional other info can be added onto the CD. Print a label for the CD using any CD disk label printing program, or just use a Word document template (available by email on request). 17. For most purp

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Camera Maintenance – Battery Change Focus Light Type 1 (standard focus light with battery pack) a. Pull the battery pack away from the camera body, separating the Velcro strips. b. Use the small Philips screwdriver to open the battery pack. After removing the screw, slide the cover (has Velcro on it) off, toward the screw hole. c. Remove the AA batteries from the battery pack by lifting out the button (positive) end first. Remove the AA batteries from the charger by lifting out the f

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Camera Settings Note: These steps are already done in manufacturing, but you may need to reset these setting if the camera is used in an automatic mode for other photography. A. Lens Settings – Nikkor 105mm VR Lens -- These steps are already done in manufacturing. 1. Put the lens in Manual Focus Mode a. Set the top lens setting to M (to the right, toward the lens mount). The lens is fixed at minimum focus and must always remain so fixed (closest focus is 0.314 m, 1:1). b. Black plasti

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Reference for Nikon D-60 Settings Note: These steps are already done in manufacturing, but you may need to reset these setting if the camera is used in an automatic mode for other photography. Iris Camera Menu Settings: Shooting Menu White Balance change from A to Flash CSM Menu 14. Flash Mode change from TTL to Manual-Full Power Settings Changes: Use of Iris Camera for General Photography Shooting Menu White Balance change from Flash to A CSM Menu 14

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Menu Reference The Nikon D-60 has four menus, each one signified by a different icon in the leftmost column. To access the menus, switch the camera on and press the MENU button on the back of the camera. Use the command disc (circular shaped control with four arrows) to move the highlighted selection: left or right to go into or out of a submenu; up or down to move the highlighted selection up or down. The four icons arranged vertically in the left column are: 1. Playback Menu: Blue fo


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