User manual NIKON VIEW 2 FOR MACINTOSH

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[. . . ] Contents Overview Setting Up the Camera Drive Mounting the Camera Camera Drive Option Settings Unmounting the Camera Notes on Using the Camera as a Drive Companion Software for COOLPIX Digital Cameras Working with Images Viewing the Items in the Camera's Memory Copying Images to Disk Opening Images in Another Application Nikon View Ver. 2 for Macintosh Nikon View Browser Browsing Images in Your Camera Browsing Compact Flash-Memory Cards Browsing Images on Disk Selecting images Viewing Images with the Built-in Viewer Deleting Images Printing Images Changing the Appearance of Thumbnails Viewing Image Information Copying Images to Disk Opening Images in Another Application Reference Manual -1- Nikon View Reference Nikon View Control Strip Item The Browser Window -2- Overview Welcome to Nikon View Ver. 2 for Macintosh (below, Nikon View), a companion program for the COOLPIX 700, COOLPIX 900 Series, and the COOLPIX 950 (below, "COOLPIX digital cameras"). Nikon View allows you to connect your camera to a Macintosh for quick retrieval and browsing of the images stored in your camera. Once Nikon View is installed on your Macintosh, the camera can be used like any other drive, allowing free access to images in the camera via standard Mac OS file operations. Nikon View Browser is also provided, making it possible to display the contents of the camera's memory as thumbnail images. [. . . ] These operations are detailed in the sections that follow. Note: The Browse Thumbnails icon is only visible if the Create Thumbnails item in the Nikon View Control window was checked when the camera was mounted. Nikon View Browser: Browsing Images in Your Camera - 17 - Another way of starting Nikon View Browser Follow these steps to start Nikon View Browser and view thumbnail previews of the images in the camera's memory. The CoolPix window opens, and folders saved in the camera memory are displayed. 1 Drag the CoolPix icon over the Nikon View Browser icon and release the mouse button. Note: "Nikon View Browser" may be found in the path "(Installation Disk)|(Installation Folder)|Nikon Software|Nikon View 2|Nikon View Browser. " 2 Double-click the folder icons that you want to browse. Nikon View Browser will start, and the browser window will show thumbnail previews of the images in the selected folder. Nikon View Browser can also be started by double-clicking the Nikon View Browser icon. A dialog will appear prompting you to select a folder to browse. Nikon View Browser: Browsing Images in Your Camera - 18 - Browsing Compact Flash-Memory Cards 2 Drag the "DCIM" folder icon over the Nikon View If your computer has a Type II PCMCIA card drive, you can read compact flash-memory cards using a flash-memory adapter (available separately from Nikon). Compact flash memory can also be read using a compact flash card-reader. If a card containing images recorded by a COOLPIX digital camera is inserted in either device, its contents can be browsed from the browser window. If another card is inserted in the camera, and the camera is connected to your computer, you can simultaneously browse images on the card and images in the camera. After inserting the card in a card slot or card reader, follow these steps to browse images in a compact flash-memory card. Browser icon and release the mouse button. (Folder names on the flash memory card vary depending on which model COOLPIX digital camera you are using. ) 1 Double-click the card icon on the desktop. Note: "Nikon View Browser" may be found in the path "(Installation Disk)|(Installation Folder)|Nikon Software|Nikon View 2|Nikon View Browser. " The drive window will open on the desktop. Tips If a compact flash card reader or card drive is mounted as the CoolPix camera drive (by selecting the Nikon View Control window when mounting the camera), you can use the same operations as when browsing the camera memory. See the preceding "Browsing Images in Your Camera" section. Nikon View Browser: Browsing Images in Your Camera - 19 - The folders on the card are displayed. Another way of starting Nikon View Browser 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. Note: If you copy the Browse Thumbnails icon from the CoolPix folder to a folder containing images, you can start Nikon View Browser by double-clicking the copy of the Browse Thumbnails icon. 3 Double-click the folder icon that you want to browse. The browser window will open, showing thumbnail previews of the images in the selected folder. Nikon View Browser: Browsing Compact Flash-Memory Cards - 20 - Browsing Images on Disk Nikon View Browser can also be used to browse JPEG or TIFF images on disk. Select the folder containing the images you wish to browse, drag it over the Nikon View Browser icon and release the mouse button. The browser window will open, showing thumbnail previews of the images in the selected folder. Note: "Nikon View Browser" may be found in the path "(Installation Disk)|(Installation Folder)|Nikon Software|Nikon View 2|Nikon View Browser. " Nikon View Browser: Browsing Images on Disk - 21 - Another way of starting Nikon View Browser Nikon View Browser can also be started by double-clicking the Nikon View Browser icon. Selecting images Images in the browser window can be printed or copied to disk. The images on which such operations are to be performed can be selected by clicking the image you wish to use. Selected images are highlighted. A dialog will appear prompting you to select a folder to browse. Note: If you copy the Browse Thumbnails icon from the CoolPix folder to a folder containing images, you can start Nikon View Browser to view the images in the folder by double-clicking the copy of the Browse Thumbnails icon. Selected image Multiple images can be selected by holding down the Shift key on the keyboard while clicking each image in turn. All images in the camera can be selected by choosing Select All from the Edit menu. Nikon View Browser: Browsing Images on Disk - 22 - Viewing Images with the Built-in Viewer Images previewed in Nikon View Browser can be viewed at full resolution using the browser's built-in viewer. Follow these steps to view images with the browser's built-in viewer. Click the Viewer tab to open Viewer panel. Select Open images with built-in viewer and click OK. 1 To select the built-in viewer as the application used when opening images from the browser, choose Preferences. . . from the browser Edit menu. 2 In the browser window, select the images you wish to view and double click any of the images or choose Open from the File menu to start the built-in viewer. The Preferences dialog will appear. Nikon View Browser: Viewing Images with the Built-in Viewer - 23 - The selected images will be opened at full resolution in separate image windows. The image can also be zoomed in and out by clicking the zoomin and zoom-out buttons at its lower left corner. Clicking the zoom-out button zooms the image out and reduces the size of the window to fit the image. Clicking the zoom-in button zooms the image in and enlarges the window to fit the image. Zoom-in button Zoom-out button Note: Zoom operations have no effect on the thumbnails in the browser window. Zooming the image in and out When moved over an image window with the command ( ) key held down, the cursor takes the shape of a magnifying glass ( ). [. . . ] option when the browser window is active. About Nikon View Browser. . . Click anywhere within the About dialog box to clear it from the screen. New Folder ( N) Creates a new folder. Note however that as the camera is locked, this command is not available for images in the CoolPix folder. Open ( O) Opens selected images in the built-in viewer or in the creating application, depending on what settings have been chosen in the Preferences dialog box. Nikon View Reference: The Browser Window - 36 - Print ( P) Selected images will be opened in the creating application, and the application's Print dialog will be opened allowing you to make changes to printer settings and print the image. [. . . ]

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