User manual NIKON VIEW 4 REFERENCE MANUAL
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Manual abstract: user guide NIKON VIEW 4REFERENCE MANUAL
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] Nikon View 4 Reference Manual
For Version 4. 1. 1
Overview Getting Started Tutorial Preferences Appendices
(pp. Using Nikon View 4, you can connect your Nikon digital camera to a computer or insert the camera memory card in a card reader or PC card slot and browse photographs or save them to disk. Images can be transferred directly from the camera to the computer via an IEEE 1394 or USB connection, or you can insert the camera memory card in a card reader or PC card slot and copy images to disk. The photographs to be viewed or copied to disk can be chosen from a list of thumbnail images (note that Nikon View 4 can not be used to browse images after they have been transferred to disk; to browse images on disk, use FotoStation Easy or the full version of Cumulus 5. 0 or similar software). [. . . ] The file will automatically be assigned the name Sheet+(page number). JPG.
Displaying the Image Transfer Window
Hide sub-menu Protect sub-menu In Nikon View 4 version 4. 1. 1, the Image Transfer window can be opened from the Thumbnail list window by selecting Display Small Transfer Window from the View menu.
When a thumbnail size of 128 × 128 or more is selected, icons indicating marked and protected status appear to the left of the file name. Hidden image status can be confirmed in the settings section of the Thumbnail List window (Windows only).
Protect icon Icon Marked file Protected file Movie file Tutorial: The Thumbnail list Window Description
Working with Images
This section describes the operations that can be performed on images.
After selecting the image or images you wish to save from the thumbnail list, click the "Save copy" button. A dialog will appear where you can navigate to the volume (disk) and folder to which you wish to save copies of the images. The original image will remain on the memory card inserted in the camera, card slot, or card reader. "Save copy" button
Transferring Images to the Computer
In the thumbnail list area, select the image or images you wish to transfer. Copies of the images will be transferred to the computer when the "Transfer" button is clicked. Transfer does not affect the originals on the memory card inserted in the camera, card slot, or card reader. "Transfer" button
A progress window will be displayed as described above under Step 5 of "Transferring Images Using the Image Transfer Window" ( 18). Depending on user settings, any rotations and size changes may apply when the images are transferred, and transferred images may be catalogued using the selected image database software.
Select the folder to which you wish to save the copies and click OK. In the Macintosh version, select the desired folder and click Save.
In the thumbnail list area, select the image or images you wish to print. Click the "Print" button to print the images at their original size. "Print" button
The copies created by this operation are identical to the original images on the memory card, and do not reflect rotations or size changes made in the Thumbnail list window. Captions and keywords are not included, and the images will not be catalogued or registered in a database as they are saved. In the Macintosh version of Nikon View 4, a thumbnail icon will be created for display in the Finder.
Copying Images to Disk by Drag and Drop
Images can also be copied to disk by dragging and dropping the selected thumbnails onto the desktop or another folder. Tutorial: The Thumbnail list window
Select the image or images you want to rotate from the thumbnail list and click the "90° CCW" or "90° CW" button. "90° CCW" button "90° CW" button
Viewing Photo Information
When a single thumbnail is selected, photo information will be displayed in the camera settings section. Photo information is not displayed when no thumbnail is highlighted or when multiple thumbnails are selected. The camera settings section can be displayed or hidden using the "Toggle view" button. The information in the camera settings section can be selected and copied to the clipboard. If no information is available for a given setting, "N/A" will be displayed. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · File name File size Date and time Image size Resolution Number of bits Protection Hide attribute (Windows only) Camera ID Model name Quality mode Metering mode Exposure mode Flash Focal length Shutter speed Aperture Exposure compensation · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · White Balance Lens Flash sync mode Exposure difference Flexible program Sensitivity (ISO equivalency) Image sharpening Image type Color Mode Hue adjustment Saturation Control Tone compensation Latitude (GPS) Longitude (GPS) Altitude (GPS)
Any rotations will be reflected in the thumbnail images.
Image rotated counter-clockwise
Image rotated clockwise
Rotations do not apply to the original images on the memory card inserted in the camera , card slot, or card reader, but will be visible in images opened in the still-image viewer. Movie files and their associated thumbnails can not be rotated.
Pg. [. . . ] Save copy of image Save a copy of the selected image(s) to disk.
Display Small Transfer Window Select Select all marked or unmarked, pro- Closes the Thumbnail List window and opens the Image Transfer window. Open the Preferences dialog.
Appendix A: Nikon View 4 Visual Index
The Thumbnail List Window Menu Bar (Macintosh--continued)
Format card. . . Format the memory card inserted in the camera, card slot, or card reader. Cascade Rotate Help Center Arrange the Thumbnail List window Display Mac OS help. [. . . ]
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