Nikon mec-2-fl-d60-n105 user manual

User manual for the device Nikon mec-2-fl-d60-n105

Device: Nikon mec-2-fl-d60-n105
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Date of adding : 2014-02-05 15:23:35
Number of pages: 24
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Use of Nikon D60 Miles Eye Camera (MEC-2-FL-D60-N105)
Contents of the MC-2-FL Iris Camera System ......................................................2
Preparing the Iris Camera for Use – (Flex-Lighting) ............................................3
How to Take Perfect Iris Pictures ..........................................................................8
How to Transfer Iris Images Using the Card Reader ........................................ 12
How to Organize Eye Pictures on the Comp

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Use of MEC-2-FL-D60 Iris Camera Contents of the Camera Carry Case – MC-2-FL-D60-N105 Case Contents for MC-2-FL 1. Camera with Macro Lens 2. Hood-Mounted Illuminator 3. Camera Batteries 4. Camera Battery Charger Cord Compartment 5. AC cord for camera battery charger 6. Camera USB cord 7. Lens cap/body cap 8. USB Card Reader 9. Memory Card 10. Zoom Lens (18-55mm, MC-2 Only) Documents Use of Iris Camera MEC-2-FL-D60-N105 2

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Macro Camera MEC-2-FL Kit Preparing the Iris Camera for Use – Flex-Lighting 1. Open Camera Carry Case by lifting up each latch. 2. Remove the camera from the foam padding and set down. 3. Lift Illuminator out of foam-padded case Use of Iris Camera MEC-2-FL-D60-N105 3

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4. Remove lens cap and turn the camera on. Mode dial is set to A=Aperture priority 5. Pop up the built-in flash by pressing button on left side 6. Place illuminator onto lens at the 9:00 position: Use of Iris Camera MEC-2-FL-D60-N105 4

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7. Rotate Illuminator until it snaps into place at 12:00 position: 8. Press focus light power switch: 9. Your camera is now ready to take iris pictures. When complete with the photography, reverse these steps to put the camera away. 10. The Side-Lighting illuminator has a shutter that controls which side the flash illumination goes to. For photographing the right iris, use the Left Channel Open position (lever to the left); for photographing the left iris, use the Right

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11. For “flat” or uniform illumination, use the Both Channels Open position. This is setting is when the lever is all the way to the left or the right: Close-up detail of the lightguide channel shutter paddle switch: 12. Use the main command dial at the upper rear of the camera for adjusting the aperture. The Main Command Dial is operated with the right thumb and is used to adjust aperture. Normally, the best practice is to take 3 or 4 pictures of each iris, each picture shot

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13. Note: for general photography, use the enclosed Zoom lens (18-55mm VR) instead (VR=Vibration Reduction). You may also use any Nikon AF-S or AF-I autofocus lens. Older lenses will not work with the D60 since it does not include a motor drive; only the newer Nikon AF-S and AF-I lenses have a built- in motor drive for focusing. You can use any older lens but the auto-focus will not operate. 14. For general photography using the included zoom lens, switch the top Mode dial to AUTO: 1

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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.

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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 four

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Sample iris images: Left, Blue iris at f/51; Right, Mixed iris at f/45 Use of Iris Camera MEC-2-FL-D60-N105 11

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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 shows

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Card Reader Disconnection In Detail – Model S6 1-slot card reader 1. Close out all folders that reference the Flash Drive letter. When closing a folder in Windows, pressing the shift key at the same time will also close all parent windows. 2. In the lower right part of the Windows Task Bar, locate the USB Device icon in the “Tray” area. If you see a “<<” symbol as seen below, click it once to reveal all the “Tray” icons: 3. Clicking this will expand the list of icons. Positioning t

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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 memory card, plugged into the card reader B. Card Reader (this model is S6) C. Blue power indicator light (pow

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3. At this point I am currently recommending that you select the "Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard" since it has the best behavior and options. I do not bother with Nikon Picture Project but it does work well with the Nikon Capture program. The Microsoft Scanner and Camera Wizard is good at putting your pics into a logical place with conventional filenames. You can specify the directory name and the first part of the file name (left part), and it will use consecutive numbers to make the f

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11. Then open the image in a photo editor (such as Paint Shop Pro or Photo Shop) and crop it down to the smallest rectangle that encloses the iris. This is saved with the same filename but a "c" at the end, prior to ".jpg" (c=cropped). 12. Next, adjust the image if necessary in terms of brightness and contrast, and save this version, adding an "e" (enhanced) to the filename. It is best to avoid this step by selecting images of matching brightness. 13. Then annotate the image with th

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How to use the enclosed universal 12-sector iris grids with chart If you do not use printouts, just place the grids over the images on the monitor. Use of Iris Camera MEC-2-FL-D60-N105 17

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Camera Maintenance – Focus Light Battery Change Focus Light Type 3 – FLV8F (LED focus light with flex end) 1. Remove the focus light from the illuminator. 2. Open the battery compartment by unscrewing the end cap. Use a small screwdriver or paper clip to twist off the end cap (it has a small hole in the end). 3. Slide out the button-style batteries. 4. Have four (4) replacement batteries ready. The battery type is LR44, also known as the equivalent: AG-13, A76, P

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5. Put in the new batteries with the button end (positive) first. The easy way to load the 4 button cells is to stack them up (button end up) on a sheet of paper or card, slide the focus light over them, then tilt the light with paper upright.. 6. Replace the end cap by screwing it in all the way. 7. Replace the focus light on the illuminator, and position it so the flex end can be placed into the clip at the 12:00 position (top center) of the lens. 8. A set

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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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