Nikon View DX user manual

User manual for the device Nikon View DX

Device: Nikon View DX
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Date of adding : 2014-06-25 15:24:34
Number of pages: 38
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Contents
Overview
Setting up the Camera as a Drive
Mounting the Camera
Camera Drive Settings
Unmounting the Camera
Notes on Using the Camera as a Drive
Working with Images
Browser Software for
Viewing the Items in the Camera’s Memory
Nikon D1 Digital Cameras
Copying Images to Disk
Deleting Images from the Camera
Opening Images in Another Application
Nikon View DX
Nikon View Browser
for Macintosh
Browsing Images in Your Camera
Browsing Compact Flash-Memory Cards
Browsing Images on Disk
Selecting

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Nikon View Reference Notices The Browser Window Concerning the Manuals Provided with This Product • Reproduction, in whole or in part, of any of the manuals provided with your Nikon product requires prior permission from Nikon. • The information contained in these manuals is subject to change without notice. • While Nikon has made every effort to produce perfect manuals, we appreciate any opportunity for improvement. Should you find any mistakes, we would be grateful if you were to kindly let us

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• images can be opened in any application that supports JPEG Overview or TIFF for retouching or to be saved in another format, Welcome to Nikon View DX for Macintosh (below, Nikon View), allowing you to use images as desktop pictures or distribute a browser program for the Nikon D1 digital camera. Nikon them by electronic mail View allows you to connect your camera to a Macintosh for • if you have a compact flash-memory reader or a PCMCIA quick retrieval and browsing of the images stored in you

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This manual will guide you, step-by-step, through the process of To Users of Other Versions of Mac OS using Nikon View with your digital camera. For details on Nikon The illustrations and explanations in this manual are for Mac OS View installation and system requirements, refer to the ”Quick 8.6. Display and operation may differ slightly in other versions of Start Guide.” Mac OS. Refer to the System Software manual for the version Contents of This Manual you are using. The contents of each ch

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2 The Nikon View Control window will then appear. Setting up the Camera as a Drive Once you have installed the Nikon View software, you can mount the camera the camera as a drive. (See “Quick Start Guide” for details on how to install Nikon View.) The mounted camera drive icon is displayed on the desktop, just as with any other drive. This chapter describes how to mount the camera, choose option settings, and unmount the camera. Before proceeding, check that the camera and the computer have bee

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Nikon View Control Settings 3 If the camera is connected as described in the documenta- You can make changes to the following settings: tion provided with your computer and camera, it will be • If the Create Thumbnails box is checked, thumbnail mounted automatically if: previews of the images in the camera will be created • The computer is running when the camera is first connected as a drive. When you • The camera is on open the Image Folder in the Nikon D1 camera drive, • The camera is not in

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Connection errors Camera Drive Settings If the computer cannot communicate with the camera, check Camera drive settings can be chosen from the Settings panel of the following points: the Nikon View Control window when the camera is mounted • Have the camera and the computer been connected as as a drive. described in the documentation provided with the cam- era and the computer? • Is the computer running? • Is the camera on? • Is the camera in sleep mode? (Half-pressing the shutter- release butto

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Creating thumnail images Unmounting the Camera If the Create Thumbnails box is checked, thumbnail pre- When you turn off your Macintosh, the camera will be un- views of the images in the camera will be created when the mounted automatically. To unmount the camera without camera is first connected as a drive. When you open the Image turning off the computer, use one of the methods given below. Folder in the Nikon D1 camera drive, image files will be dis- played as thumbnail icons. These thumbn

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Other ways to unmount the camera Notes on Using the Camera as a Drive The camera will be unmounted automatically if you do any of Nikon View allows the camera’s memory to be used in much the the following: same way that you would use any other drive. Note however • Turn the camera off that the following limitations apply: • Let the camera go into sleep mode • Remove the compact flash-memory card from the cam- Only one camera is supported at a time: era Even if two or more cameras are connected,

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If you have installed Nikon View for the Nikon CoolPix series of digital camera, Nikon CoolPix Mounter will appear in the Apple menu ( ) and the Nikon CoolPix CSM item menu will appear in the Control Strip, but these items can only be used with the CoolPix series of digital camera. For details on using cameras in the CoolPix series, see the Nikon View documenta- tion for your CoolPix digital camera. Setting up the Camera as a Drive: Notes on Using the Camera as a Drive - 10 -

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The Nikon D1 camera drive window opens, and the folders Working with Images stored in the camera’s memory are displayed. Once the camera has been connected as a drive as described in the preceding sections, you can use the camera’s memory with Nikon View in much the same way that you would use any other drive under Mac OS. This chapter describes how to copy images taken with the Nikon D1 digital camera to disk, and how to open them for editing in other applications. These opera- tions are muc

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The images in the selected folder will appear as thumbnail Caution: Do not attempt to replace on image file on the file icons. camera’s memory card with another image file with the same name. Even if you click OK in the dialog that appears when a file with the same name is copied to the camera drive, the file will not be overwritten but will instead be erased from the camera’s memory. Images can be copied to disk or opened for editing in an- other application using standard Finder operations,

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Copying Images to Disk Before copying images to disk, locate or create the destination folder. To copy images to disk, select the images you wish to copy by clicking their icons (you can select multiple images by holding down the shift key while clicking each image in turn), then drag any of the selected icons over the destination folder and release the mouse button. Note: Because the camera functions as a read-only drive, images Tip can only be copied, not moved, even if the option key is not

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When images in the camera are dropped into the Trash, an Deleting Images from the Camera alert dialog will appear. If you click OK, the image will be per- To delete an image from the camera’s memory, move the manently deleted without being stored temporarily in the Trash. thumbnail icon for the image to be deleted from the browser window to the Trash. Note: Image files are permanently deleted in this way regardless of the camera’s “Protect” setting, so be sure to check the image being deleted b

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The application will start and the selected images will be Opening Images in Another Application opened in windows within the application. The images can be opened in the associated application either by double-clicking the image icon or by selecting Open from the Finder’s File menu. Images can also be opened directly from any application that supports the file formats used by the camera. Note: TIFF-YCbCr image files are different from normal TIFF image files. If you would like to work with TIF

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Opening selected images by drag and drop Opening images from the application’s Open dialog You can open selected images in any application that supports Images in the camera can be opened from any application that the file formats used by the camera by dragging their thumbnails supports the file formats used by the camera by choosing over the application’s icon or alias and releasing the mouse Open… or Open File… from the application’s File menu. In button. the Open dialog, navigate to the desk

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The browser windows for all folders in the camera’s memory Nikon View Browser will open and the images will appear as thumbnails. Nikon View Browser is a utility that allows you to browse the images in the camera’s memory as thumbnail previews. It also incorporates many Finder functions, making it easy to copy or open images while viewing them in preview. This chapter describes how to browse images using Nikon View Browser, how to display images in the browser’s built-in viewer, how to copy im

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Another way of starting Nikon View Browser Nikon View Browser will open to the Nikon D1 window, Follow these steps to start Nikon View Browser and view where the folders in the camera’s memory will be displayed. thumbnail previews of the images in the camera’s memory: 1 Drag the Nikon D1 icon over the Nikon View Browser icon and release the mouse button. 2 Double-click the folder icons that you want to browse. Note: Nikon View Browser may be found in the path The browser window will show thumbn

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2 Drag the “DCIM” folder icon over the Nikon View Browsing Compact Flash-Memory Cards Browser icon and release the mouse button. If your computer is equipped with a Type II PCMCIA card drive, you can read camera memory cards using a compact flash- memory adapter (available separately from Nikon). Memory cards can also be read using a compact flash card-reader. If a card containing images recorded by a Nikon D1 or CoolPix digital camera is inserted in either device, its contents can be browsed

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Another way of starting Nikon View Browser The folders on the card are displayed. You can also start Nikon View Browser by double-clicking the Nikon View Browser icon. A dialog will appear prompting you to select a folder to browse. Select desired folder and click Select. Note: If you copy the Browse Thumbnails icon from the Nikon D1 folder to a folder containing images, you can start 3 Double-click the icon for the folder that you want to Nikon View Browser by double-clicking the copy of the B


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