User manual NIKON COOLPIX S2700

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[. . . ] If no operations are performed for about a minute in all modes, the monitor will turn off; after a further three minutes, the camera will turn off automatically. Memory Cards By default, pictures are stored in the camera's internal memory. If desired, a removable Secure Digital (SD) memory card can be used for additional storage. Internal memory is used for recording and deletion only if no memory card inserted. [. . . ] Page 101 of the User's Manual 7 Taking Pictures Step 1 Check Indicators in the Monitor Check the battery level and number of exposures remaining. L (auto) mode M is displayed in L (auto) mode. Pages 20 to 25 of the User's Manual Internal memory indicator Pictures will be recorded to internal memory (approximately 26 MB). When memory card is inserted, M is not displayed, and pictures will be recorded to memory card. L M w W Vibration reduction (VR) icon Reduce the effects of camera shake. Page 107 of the User's Manual Number of exposures remaining E 15 Battery level indicator NO INDICATOR Battery fully charged. Battery low; replace or charge the battery. w K Battery exhausted. Battery exhausted. Image mode Choose image size and quality from the image mode menu. Page 82 of the User's Manual c: This icon indicates that more information is available elsewhere in this guide. 8 Taking Pictures Step 2 Ready the Camera Hold the camera steady in both hands, keeping your fingers and other objects away from the lens and flash. Step 3 Frame a Picture Frame the subject near the center of the monitor. 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 v to zoom in on the subject so that it fills a larger area of the frame. Press t to zoom out, increasing the area visible in the frame. L M W E 15 9 Taking Pictures Step 4 Focus and Shoot 4. 1 Press the shutter-release button halfway, stopping when you feel resistance. By default, the camera automatically chooses the focus area (one of nine) containing the subject closest to the camera and adjusts exposure accordingly. Focus remains locked while the shutter-release button is pressed halfway. Shooting Modes Setup mode Movie mode Voice recording mode Shooting Auto mode High-sensitivity shooting mode Scene mode (c 14) Playback Modes Setup mode Audio playback mode Play Playback mode Calendar mode List by date mode To make a selection from the shooting-mode selection menu or playbackmode selection menu, follow the steps below: 1 Shooting 2 L M W 15 Highlight mode and press d. Exit to highlighted mode. Scene Modes The camera offers a choice of 15 "scene" options. Camera settings are automatically optimized for the selected subject type. To select scene mode, press C in shooting mode (c 14), then select n and press d. To choose a scene mode, press m to display the scene menu, then highlight the scene and press d. Scene Scene menu B Portrait E Landscape P Sports D Night portrait C Party/indoor Exit 14 Other Functions The following scene modes are available: Scene B Portrait E Landscape P Sports D Night portrait C Party/indoor H Beach/snow I Sunset J Dusk/dawn G Night landscape M Close up N Museum K Fireworks show O Copy L Back light F Panorama assist Description For clear portrait shots. For panoramas. Page 34 of the User's Manual Anti-shake Mode To enter anti-shake mode, press F. Page 42 of the User's Manual One-Touch Portrait Mode For portrait shots, press A. Page 43 of the User's Manual 15 Installing PictureProject PictureProject Install the supplied PictureProject software to transfer pictures to a computer for easy viewing and storage. See the PictureProject Reference Manual on the silver CD for details. Organize: View and organize pictures. Enter the administrator name and password, and then click [OK] (Macintosh only). 17 Installing PictureProject 3 Windows: The Install Center program will start and a [Select Region] dialog will be displayed. (The [Select Region] dialog is not displayed in the European release of PictureProject. European users can proceed directly to step 4. ) If the Install Center program does not start automatically, open "Computer" by selecting [Computer] from the [Start] menu (Windows Vista), open "My Computer" by selecting [My Computer] from the [Start] menu (Windows XP) or by double-clicking the [My Computer] icon on the desktop (Windows 2000 Professional), then double-click the CD (PictureProject) icon. [. . . ] Press C to display the mode-selection menu and follow the steps below. 1 Highlight Z [Set up] and press d. Set up 2 Highlight [Interface] and press d. Set up Format memory Language Interface Reset all Firmware version 3 Highlight [USB] and press d. Interface USB Video mode Auto transfer 4 Highlight [Mass storage] and press d. USB PTP Mass storage Use a Reliable Power Source Nikon recommends using a fully charged battery or the AC Adapter EH-62D (available separately from Nikon) to power the camera for extended periods. Do not use another make or model of AC adapter. 21 Viewing Pictures on a Computer 1 2 Turn off the camera. Connect the camera to the computer using the supplied USB cable. 3 Turn on the camera. PictureProject will automatically detect the camera and the PictureProject Transfer window will be displayed in the computer monitor. [. . . ]


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