User manual NIKON AF-S NIKKOR 50MM F-1.4G
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] It can be used to preview images and adjust scanner settings before scanning, giving the user control over advanced features supported by Nikon film scanners, including: · The Scan Image Enhancer automatically adjusts hue to produce images with clear contrast (9000 ED, 5000 ED, COOLAF-S NIKKOR 50MM F-1. 4G V ED only) · Digital ICE detects, analyzes, and automatically compensates for scratches and dust · Digital ROC digitally restores faded colors in old film · Digital GEM automatically corrects for film grain, smoothing pictures taken with high-speed film · Digital DEE reveals details in shadows of backlit and underexposed shots and increases contrast in "washed-out" areas of highlights to produce natural-looking exposure (9000 ED, 5000 ED, COOLAF-S NIKKOR 50MM F-1. 4G V ED only) Nikon Scan also supports batch scanning and can be used to scan images directly into third-party applications such as Adobe Photoshop. This manual has been written to guide the user through the process of scanning and enhancing images. For information on how to perform specific tasks, see the "Scanning Guide. " For information on specific elements of the Nikon Scan interface, see "The Scan Window, " "The Tool Chest, " "Preferences, " and "Image Windows. " For troubleshooting information and a glossary of imaging terminology, see the appendices.
Trademark Information Adobe and Acrobat are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Inc. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh, and Mac OS are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. [. . . ] Reset to Default Digital ICE4 Advanced Settings Reset to User Digital ICE4 Advanced Settings
Copy current Digital ICE4 Advanced settings to the clipboard. These settings can then be pasted into the "Digital ICE4 Advanced" palette by selecting Paste from the Edit menu. Save current Digital ICE4 Advanced settings under a user-specified name. These settings will be added to the end of the Digital ICE4 Advanced settings menu, where they can be recalled by selecting the desired settings by name. Delete settings created using the Save Digital ICE4 Advanced Settings. . . A dialog will be displayed where the settings to be deleted can be selected by name. Digital ICE4 Advanced settings files have the extension ". nla". Turn off all Digital ICE4 Advanced functions and restore all sliders to default settings. Restore the default Digital ICE4 Advanced settings created with the Set User Settings option in the scan window settings menu ( 17).
The Tool Chest -- Digital ICE4 Advanced
Controlling the Scanner's Light Source The "Analog Gain" palette is used to adjust color by modify- The "Analog Gain" palette contains the following items: ing exposure for the colored elements in the scanner's light Item Description source. Gain is measured in Exposure Values (EVs), the same Adjust exposure for all elements by dragging the slider unit used for measuring exposure compensation on many or by entering a value between 2. 00 and +2. 00 in the Master cameras. text box to its right.
Adjust exposure for the red, green, and blue elements Red, Green, by dragging the sliders or by entering values between Blue 2. 00 and +2. 00 in the text boxes to their right. Select the desired thumbnail and adfocus the scanner automatically, click the autofocus button in just its position using the Boundary Offset slider or by enthe scan window control area. If the right edge of the thumbnail is cut off, move the slider to the right or enter Strip Film Offset a larger value to bring it into position; if the left edge is cut off, move the slider to the left or enter a smaller value. that the direction of adjustment changes when thumbnails 5000 ED, 4000 ED, COOLAF-S NIKKOR 50MM F-1. 4G V ED, COOLAF-S NIKKOR 50MM F-1. 4G IV ED are flipped or rotated. First frame Subsequent frames To view the effects of changes to the boundary offset, click the Reload Thumbnail button and check the results in the Medium-format film (9000 ED, 8000 ED) thumbnail drawer. The changes will not be reflected in the Frame size First frame* preview area until the Preview button is clicked. 6 × 4. 5 069
6×6 6×7 6×8 6×9 093 0114 0127 0137 0144 -144 144
Strip Film Offset This is option is used to position the film in the scan aperture. It is only available with the SA-21, FH-869S, and the optional SA-30 and FH-869G.
Subsequent frames -69 69 -93 93 -114 114 -127 127 -137 137
*Small negative values may be possible with the first frame of mediumformat film. The Tool Chest -- Scanner Extras
Perform Autofocus When Film Is Inserted If this option is selected when the MA-21/MA-20 (S) slide-mount adapter is inserted in the 5000 ED, 4000 ED, COOLAF-S NIKKOR 50MM F-1. 4G V ED, or COOLAF-S NIKKOR 50MM F-1. 4G IV ED, an autofocus operation will automatically be performed when a slide is inserted.
Calibration If the scanner is left on for an extended period, the temperature inside the scanner will rise and the scanner may need to be recalibrated. Click Calibrate to recalibrate the scanner.
If the MA-21 or MA-20 (S) is inserted, remove any slides If this option is selected when from the adapter before recalibrating. Users of the IA-20 the 9000 ED or 8000 ED is con(S) will be prompted to rewind the film before calibration nected, an autofocus operation begins. Film will automatically be ejected from the SA-21, will be performed on the first frame when a film holder is in- SA-30, 9000 ED, or 8000 ED before calibration begins, and serted (an autofocus operation will not be performed when will automatically be reloaded when calibration is complete. [. . . ] The Nikon Color Management System used in Nikon Scan employs ICC profiles. The density of dots or pixels that make up an image, measured in dots per inch (dpi) or pixels per inch (ppi); the resolution of Windows monitors, for example, is 96 ppi. The greater the density of dots or pixels, the higher the resolution and the greater the capacity to express detail. Computer monitors typically have a resolution of 72 ppi, 90 ppi, or 96 ppi, while printers may have resolutions of 300 dpi, 600 dpi, 1200 dpi, or 2400 dpi. [. . . ]
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