User manual NIKON COOLPIX L330
Lastmanuals offers a socially driven service of sharing, storing and searching manuals related to use of hardware and software : user guide, owner's manual, quick start guide, technical datasheets... DON'T FORGET : ALWAYS READ THE USER GUIDE BEFORE BUYING !!!
If this document matches the user guide, instructions manual or user manual, feature sets, schematics you are looking for, download it now. Lastmanuals provides you a fast and easy access to the user manual NIKON COOLPIX L330. We hope that this NIKON COOLPIX L330 user guide will be useful to you.
Lastmanuals help download the user guide NIKON COOLPIX L330.
Manual abstract: user guide NIKON COOLPIX L330
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] If desired, a removable Secure Digital (SD) memory card can be used for additional storage. Internal memory is used for recording, deletion, and transfer only if no memory card is inserted. To insert a memory card: 1 If the power-on lamp is lit, press the power switch to turn the camera off. 2 Open the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover as shown in Step 3. 1 on the previous page and slide the memory card in until it clicks into place. [. . . ] D ->M ->Y ->Hour ->Minute ->D M Y
Date D M Y
Choose the order in which the day, month, and year are displayed and press k. · The settings are applied and monitor display returns to shooting mode. When daylight saving time ends, turn [Daylight saving] off from the [Date] menu in the setup menu. Page 101 of the User's Manual.
Check Indicators in the Monitor
Check the battery level and number of exposures remaining.
Shooting mode A is displayed in A (auto) mode.
Internal memory indicator Pictures will be recorded to internal memory (approximately 52 MB). When a memory card is inserted, C is not displayed and pictures will be recorded to memory card.
Vibration reduction (VR) icon Reduce the effects of camera shake. Page 107 of the User's Manual
Number of exposures remaining
Battery level indicator NO INDICATOR B N Warning!Recharge or replace with a fully charged battery.
Image mode Display image size and quality set in the image mode menu. Page 82 of the User's Manual
Ready the Camera
Hold the camera steadily in both hands, keeping your fingers and other objects away from the lens, flash and self-timer lamp.
Place the flash upwards when shooting images in tall (portrait) orientation.
Frame a Picture
When the camera recognizes a face (front view), that face will be framed by a yellow double border (by default). If more than one face is recognized, the face nearest to the camera will be framed by a double border and the rest by a single border. AF area will not appear when shooting non-human subjects or when no faces are recognized. Modify composition by using the zoom buttons to zoom in for a close-up of the subject, or zoom out to include more of the background.
The zoom buttons Press g to zoom in on the subject so that it fills a larger area of the frame. Press d to display the menu for the current mode and use the rotary multi selector to select an option, as described on page 6. Page 10 of the User's Manual If is displayed at the lower right in the monitor, help for the current menu item can be viewed by pressing g (j). Page 11 of the User's Manual
Shooting menu Image mode White balance Continuous ISO sensitivity Color options Exit
Pressing C in shooting mode menu will change to a shooting mode thats suited for portrait shooting
Press d to display the scene menu, choose a scene and camera settings will optimize automatically for that scene. Use the rotary multi selector to select a scene from the scene menu.
b Portrait* c Landscape d Sports e Night portrait* f Party/indoor g Beach/snow h Sunset i Dusk/dawn j Night landscape k Close up l Museum m Fireworks show n Copy o Backlight p Panorama assist For clear portrait shots. For dynamic action shots.
Scene menu Portrait Landscape Sports Night portrait Party/indoor Exit
For portraits with an evening or night landscape in the background. The illustrations in this guide are from Windows Vista.
Turn the computer on and insert the Software Suite installer CD into the CDROM drive.
Windows Vista Choose [Run Welcome. exe] in the AutoPlay dialog to start the install program. If the Install Center Program Does Not Start Automatically (Windows only) Windows Vista/XP Open Computer by selecting [Computer] from the [Start] menu (Windows Vista), open My Computer by selecting [My Computer] from the [Start] menu (Windows XP), and double-click the [Software Suite] CD icon. Windows 2000 Professional Double-click the [My Computer] icon on the desktop and then double-click the [Software Suite] CD icon. Mac OS X Double-click the [Software Suite] CD icon on the desktop and then double-click the [Welcome] icon.
Enter the administrator name and password, and then click [OK] (Macintosh only).
Installing Nikon Transfer
Confirm the language and click [Next].
If Nikon Transfer is already installed The Language Selection dialog will not be displayed if Nikon Transfer is installed. The Install Center window is displayed in the language selected when Nikon Transfer was first installed.
Click [Nikon Standard Install].
Install Nikon Transfer and related software.
Other installation options [Custom install]: Install selected software. [Link to Nikon]: Download trial versions of other Nikon software from a Nikon website or visit Nikon technical support websites (Internet connection required). [. . . ] Mac OS X Nikon Transfer will start automatically if [Yes] was selected in the Auto-Launch setting dialog when Nikon Transfer was first installed.
Transferring Pictures to a Computer
Confirm that the source device is displayed in the transfer options [Source] panel and click [Start Transfer].
[Start Transfer] button At the Nikon Transfer default setting, all pictures are transferred to the computer. At the Nikon Transfer default setting, the folder to which pictures are transferred is automatically opened.
For more information on Nikon Transfer, refer to help information contained in Nikon Transfer.
Disconnect the camera.
Turn the camera off and disconnect the USB cable. Pictures can be displayed in the viewer supplied with your operating system.
Transferring Pictures to a Computer
For Users of Windows 2000 Professional Use a card reader or similar device to transfer the pictures stored on the memory card to the computer. If your memory card has a capacity greater than 2 GB, the intended device must support the memory card. [. . . ]
DISCLAIMER TO DOWNLOAD THE USER GUIDE NIKON COOLPIX L330
Lastmanuals offers a socially driven service of sharing, storing and searching manuals related to use of hardware and software : user guide, owner's manual, quick start guide, technical datasheets...
In any way can't Lastmanuals be held responsible if the document you are looking for is not available, incomplete, in a different language than yours, or if the model or language do not match the description. Lastmanuals, for instance, does not offer a translation service.
Click on "Download the user Manual" at the end of this Contract if you accept its terms, the downloading of the manual NIKON COOLPIX L330 will begin.