User manual NIKON ONETOUCH ZOOM / ZOOM QD

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[. . . ] Replace the battery when the insufficient battery power indicator starts to blink. €¢ Do not attempt to recharge, short, disassemble, or heat the battery. €¢ Do not dispose of the battery by throwing it into an open fire. [. . . ] Remove your finger from the shutter release button and wait until the indicator LED (red) stops blinking. Now press the shutter release button half-way; when the indicator LED (red) lights up, press the shutter release button all the way to take a picture with flash. Appuyer maintenant sur le declencheur jusque'a mi-course; lorsque le temoin LED (rouge) s'allume, presser completement le declencheur pour prendre une photo avec flash 19 Zooming En When the T-zoom button is pressed, the lens zooms to the telephoto position. Zooming to the wide-angle position is done by pressing the W-zoom button. Press the zoom button until the desired composition is achieved, then release the shutter button. Auto flash Auto flash with red-eye reduction Auto flash with self-timer/red-eye reduction Flash cancellation Anytime flash AUTO When the camera is first switched ON, it is set in the default auto flash mode. When the camera is not in use for about 8 minutes, the LCD panel shuts itself off to conserve power, and the lens returns to the 38mm position. To turn the display ON again, press the shutter release button halfway, or any other button. 23 Red-eye reduction mode En Try this mode to minimize the red-eye effect in your pictures. Simply press the mode control button until the red-eye reduction indicator appears. The red-eye effect can occur when using flash for low-light photography. When this mode is selected and the shutter release button is pressed, a red-eye reduction lamp lights up, followed by the release of the shutter with flash. After pressing the shutter release button, keep the camera still for about 1. Even when the red-eye reduction mode is used, red-eye effect may still appear depending on the subjects and lighting. [. . . ] €¢ When the indicator LED (red) lights up, press the shutter release burton again. By supporting the camera on a tripod or against a wall and selecting this feature, you can include yourself in the photograph. The self-timer indicator will light up as follows: Blinking (8 seconds) — > Constant (2 seconds) To cancel the operation before the picture is taken, turn OFF the power switch. [. . . ]

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