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PDF Content Summary: DIGITAL CAMERA Reference Manual • Read this manual thoroughly before using the camera. • To ensure proper use of the camera, be sure to read “For Your Safety” (page xxxv). • After reading this manual, keep it in a readily accessible place for future reference. En

When Your First Photo Can’t Wait ❚❚ Getting Ready 1 Insert the battery (036). For information on charging the battery, see “Charging the Battery” (034). 2 Insert a memory card (038). B G 4 6 3 Attach a lens (042). ï Align the white dot on the lens with the white dot on the camera body (q) and rotate the lens in the direction shown (w). ï A strap can be attached to the camera. For more information, see “Attaching the Strap” (033). 4 Turn the camera on and then choose a language and set the clock (044). Z 5 Model Name: N1933 ii When Your First Photo Can’t Wait ❚❚ Take (048) and View (058) Pictures 1 Rotate the mode dial to b. 2 To focus, press the shutter release button halfway (i.e, lightly press the shutter release button, stopping when it is pressed halfway). 3 Without lifting your finger from the shutter-release button, press the button the rest of the way down to take the picture. 4 View the picture. When Your First Photo Can’t Wait iii Package Contents Be sure all items listed here were included with your camera.

❏ Camera ❏ BF-N1 body cap ❏ DK-29 rubber eyecup (comes attached to camera, 0651) ❏ EN-EL15c rechargeable Li-ion battery with terminal cover ❏ MH-25a battery charger (comes with either an AC wall adapter or power cable of a type and shape that varies with the country or region of sale) ❏ AN-DC19 strap (033) ❏ Warranty ❏ User’s Manual ❏ UC-E24 USB cable (0450, 552) ❏ BS-1 accessory shoe cover (0653)

ï Memory cards are sold separately. ï Purchasers of the lens kit option should confirm that the package also includes a lens. Manuals for the lens may also be provided. iv Package Contents D The Nikon Download Center Visit the Nikon download center to download firmware updates, ViewNX-i, Capture NX-D, and other Nikon software, and manuals for Nikon products including cameras, NIKKOR lenses, and flash units. downloadcenter.nikonimglib.com/ Package Contents v About This Manual ❚❚ Symbols The following symbols and conventions are employed in this manual. Use them to help locate the information you need. DThis icon marks notes, information that should be read before using this product. AThis icon marks tips, additional information you may find helpful when using this product. 0 This icon marks references to other sections in this manual. ❚❚ Conventions ï This camera uses SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards, referred to throughout this manual as “memory cards”. SD, SDHC, and SDXC may also on occasion be referred to as “SD memory cards”. ï Throughout this manual, battery chargers are referred to as “battery chargers” or “chargers”. ï Throughout this manual, the display in camera monitor and viewfinder during shooting is referred to as the “shooting display”; in most cases, the illustrations show the monitor. ï Throughout this manual, smartphones and tablets are referred to as “smart devices”. ï Throughout this manual, the term “default settings” is used to refer to the settings in effect at shipment. The explanations in this manual assume that default settings are used. vi About This Manual AFor Your Safety “For Your Safety” contains important safety instructions. Be sure to read them before using the camera. For more information, see “For Your Safety” (0xxxv). About This Manual vii Table of Contents When Your First Photo Can’t Wait ..................................................... ii Package Contents................................................................................... iv About This Manual ................................................................................. vi Menu List ............................................................................................ xxviii For Your Safety .................................................................................. xxxv Notices........................................................................................................ xl Getting to Know the Camera 1 Parts of the Camera................................................................................. 1 Camera Body ...................................................................... 1 The Monitor and Viewfinder......................................... 6 Camera Controls ...................................................................................... 9 Viewfinder ........................................................................... 9 The M (Monitor Mode) Button ................................ 10 The Mode Dial................................................................. 11 The Command Dials...................................................... 12 The S Button .............................................................. 12 The E (Exposure Compensation) Button.............. 14 Touch Controls ............................................................... 15 The DISP Button ............................................................... 21 The X and W (Q) Buttons .......................................... 23 The Sub-Selector............................................................ 23 The AF-ON Button............................................................. 24 The G Button.............................................................. 24 The i Button (the i Menu)......................................... 29 The Fn1 and Fn2 Buttons............................................... 31 viii Table of Contents First Steps 33 Attaching the Strap.............................................................................. 33 Charging the Battery ........................................................................... 34 Inserting the Battery............................................................................ 36 Removing the Battery .................................................. 36 Battery Level .................................................................... 37 Inserting Memory Cards..................................................................... 38 Removing Memory Cards ........................................... 38 Number of Exposures Remaining ............................ 39 Attaching a Lens ................................................................................... 42 Detaching Lenses........................................................... 43 Choose a Language and Set the Clock ......................................... 44 Basic Photography and Playback 48 Taking Photographs (b Mode) ....................................................... 48 Shooting Movies (b Mode) .............................................................. 53 Taking Photos in Movie Mode................................... 56 Playback ................................................................................................... 58 Viewing Photos............................................................... 58 Viewing Movies .............................................................. 59 Deleting Unwanted Pictures...................................... 61 Basic Settings 63 Focus ......................................................................................................... 63 Focus Mode...................................................................... 63 AF-Area Mode ................................................................. 66 The Touch Shutter ......................................................... 76 Manual Focus .................................................................. 78 Table of Contents ix White Balance......................................................................................... 81 Adjusting White Balance ............................................. 81 Silent Photography............................................................................... 87 Rating Pictures ....................................................................................... 89 Protecting Pictures from Deletion .................................................. 91 Shooting Controls 93 The Mode Dial ........................................................................................ 93 Using the Mode Dial...................................................... 93 P (Programmed Auto) ................................................... 94 S (Shutter-Priority Auto) ............................................... 95 A (Aperture-Priority Auto)............................................ 96 M (Manual)......................................................................... 97 U1, U2, and U3 (User Settings Modes) .................... 102 The S Button................................................................................... 105 Adjusting ISO Sensitivity........................................... 105 Auto ISO Sensitivity Control .................................... 107 The E (Exposure Compensation) Button .................................. 109 Adjusting Exposure Compensation...................... 109 The c/E (Release Mode/Self-Timer) Button .......................... 111 Choosing a Release Mode ........................................ 111 The Self-Timer............................................................... 115 The Sub-Selector ................................................................................ 117 Focus-Point Selection ................................................ 117 Exposure Lock............................................................... 117 Focus Lock ..................................................................... 117 Locking Focus and Exposure................................... 118 x Table of Contents The i Menu 120 The i Menu........................................................................................... 120 Still Images............................................................................................ 122 Set Picture Control ...................................................... 123 White Balance ............................................................... 129 Image Quality................................................................ 136 Image Size ...................................................................... 138 Flash Mode..................................................................... 139 Metering.......................................................................... 140 Wi-Fi Connection ......................................................... 141 View Memory Card Info............................................. 141 Release Mode ................................................................ 142 Vibration Reduction.................................................... 143 AF-Area Mode ............................................................... 145 Focus Mode.................................................................... 146 Movies..................................................................................................... 147 Set Picture Control ...................................................... 149 White Balance ............................................................... 149 Frame Size and Rate/Image Quality...................... 150 Microphone Sensitivity.............................................. 152 Choose Image Area..................................................... 153 Metering.......................................................................... 155 Wi-Fi Connection ......................................................... 155 Destination..................................................................... 155 Electronic VR.................................................................. 156 Vibration Reduction.................................................... 156 AF-Area Mode ............................................................... 157 Focus Mode.................................................................... 157 Table of Contents xi Playback 158 Viewing Pictures ................................................................................. 158 Full-Frame Playback ................................................... 158 Thumbnail Playback................................................... 159 Calendar Playback....................................................... 160 Photo Information ............................................................................. 162 File Information............................................................ 163 Exposure Data............................................................... 164 Highlight Display......................................................... 164 RGB Histogram ............................................................. 165 Shooting Data............................................................... 167 Location Data................................................................ 170 Overview......................................................................... 170 The i Button (Playback Mode)...................................................... 172 Photos.............................................................................. 172 Movies ............................................................................. 175 Movies (Playback Paused) ........................................ 175 Playback Zoom.................................................................................... 183 Using Playback Zoom ................................................ 183 Deleting Pictures ................................................................................ 185 Using the Delete Button ........................................... 185 Deleting Multiple Pictures ....................................... 187 xii Table of Contents Menu Guide 191 Defaults .................................................................................................. 191 Playback Menu Defaults............................................ 191 Photo Shooting Menu Defaults.............................. 192 Movie Shooting Menu Defaults.............................. 196 Custom Settings Menu Defaults............................. 198 Setup Menu Defaults.................................................. 204 D The Playback Menu: Managing Images................................ 208 Delete ...............................................................................................209 Playback Folder.............................................................................209 Playback Display Options..........................................................210 Dual-format Recording PB Slot ...............................................210 Image Review ................................................................................211 After Delete ....................................................................................212 Rotate Tall .......................................................................................212 Copy Image(s)................................................................................213 Copying Pictures.......................................................... 213 Slide Show ......................................................................................220 Viewing Slide Shows................................................... 221 Rating ...............................................................................................222 C The Photo Shooting Menu: Shooting Options.................. 223 Reset Photo Shooting Menu ....................................................224 Storage Folder...............................................................................225 Renaming Folders........................................................ 225 Select Folder by Number .......................................... 227 Select Folder from List ............................................... 229 Table of Contents xiii File Naming.................................................................................... 231 Role Played by Card in Slot 2................................................... 232 Deleting Copies............................................................ 233 Choose Image Area..................................................................... 234 Image Quality................................................................................ 234 Image Size ...................................................................................... 235 NEF (RAW) Recording................................................................. 236 NEF (RAW) Compression........................................... 236 NEF (RAW) Bit Depth .................................................. 236 ISO Sensitivity Settings.............................................................. 237 White Balance ............................................................................... 239 The White Balance Menu: Fine-Tuning ............... 239 The White Balance Menu: Choosing a Color Temperature............................................................. 242 Preset Manual: Copying White Balance from a Photograph............................................................... 244 Set Picture Control ...................................................................... 247 Modifying Picture Controls from the Menus..... 247 Manage Picture Control ............................................................ 250 Creating Custom Picture Controls ........................ 250 Color Space.................................................................................... 254 Active D-Lighting......................................................................... 255 Long Exposure NR ....................................................................... 257 High ISO NR ................................................................................... 258 Vignette Control .......................................................................... 259 Diffraction Compensation........................................................ 260 Auto Distortion Control............................................................. 260 Flicker Reduction Shooting...................................................... 261 Metering ......................................................................................... 262 xiv Table of Contents Flash Control..................................................................................263 Flash Control Mode..................................................... 264 Wireless Flash Options............................................... 265 Remote Flash Control................................................. 266 Radio Remote Flash Info............................................ 266 Flash Mode .....................................................................................267 Flash Compensation ...................................................................267 Focus Mode....................................................................................267 AF-Area Mode................................................................................268 Vibration Reduction ....................................................................268 Auto Bracketing............................................................................269 Exposure and Flash Bracketing............................... 270 White Balance Bracketing......................................... 275 ADL Bracketing ............................................................. 278 Multiple Exposure........................................................................281 Creating a Multiple Exposure .................................. 284 HDR (High Dynamic Range) .....................................................291 Taking HDR Photographs ......................................... 292 Interval Timer Shooting .............................................................297 Interval-Timer Photography .................................... 300 Time-Lapse Movie........................................................................311 Recording Time-Lapse Movies................................ 313 Focus Shift Shooting...................................................................322 Focus Shift Photography........................................... 324 Silent Photography .....................................................................332 Table of Contents xv 1 The Movie Shooting Menu: Movie Shooting Options..... 333 Reset Movie Shooting Menu ................................................... 334 File Naming.................................................................................... 334 Destination .................................................................................... 334 Choose Image Area..................................................................... 335 Frame Size/Frame Rate.............................................................. 335 Movie Quality................................................................................ 335 Movie File Type ............................................................................ 335 ISO Sensitivity Settings.............................................................. 336 White Balance ............................................................................... 337 Set Picture Control ...................................................................... 337 Manage Picture Control ............................................................ 337 Active D-Lighting......................................................................... 338 High ISO NR ................................................................................... 338 Vignette Control .......................................................................... 339 Diffraction Compensation........................................................ 339 Auto Distortion Control............................................................. 339 Flicker Reduction ......................................................................... 340 Metering ......................................................................................... 340 Focus Mode ................................................................................... 341 AF-Area Mode ............................................................................... 341 Vibration Reduction.................................................................... 341 Electronic VR.................................................................................. 341 Microphone Sensitivity.............................................................. 342 Attenuator...................................................................................... 343 Frequency Response .................................................................. 343 Wind Noise Reduction ............................................................... 344 Headphone Volume ................................................................... 344 Timecode........................................................................................ 345 xvi Table of Contents A Custom Settings: Fine-Tuning Camera Settings................ 347 Reset Custom Settings ...............................................................351 a: Autofocus .................................................................................. 351 a1: AF-C Priority Selection .................................................351 a2: AF-S Priority Selection..................................................352 a3: Focus Tracking with Lock-On....................................352 a4: Auto-Area AF Face/Eye Detection...........................353 a5: Focus Points Used .........................................................354 a6: Store Points by Orientation .......................................355 a7: AF Activation...................................................................357 Out-of-Focus Release ................................................. 357 a8: Limit AF-Area Mode Selection ..................................358 a9: Focus Point Wrap-Around..........................................358 a10: Focus Point Options...................................................359 Manual Focus Mode.................................................... 359 Dynamic-Area AF Assist............................................. 359 a11: Low-Light AF.................................................................360 a12: Built-in AF-Assist Illuminator...................................361 a13: Manual Focus Ring in AF Mode..............................362 b: Metering/Exposure................................................................ 363 b1: EV Steps for Exposure Cntrl .......................................363 b2: Easy Exposure Compensation ..................................363 b3: Center-Weighted Area ................................................364 b4: Fine-Tune Optimal Exposure ....................................364 Table of Contents xvii c: Timers/AE Lock........................................................................ 365 c1: Shutter-Release Button AE-L..................................... 365 c2: Self-Timer ......................................................................... 365 c3: Power Off Delay ............................................................. 366 d: Shooting/Display ................................................................... 367 d1: CL Mode Shooting Speed.......................................... 367 d2: Max. Continuous Release........................................... 367 d3: Sync. Release Mode Options .................................... 368 d4: Exposure Delay Mode ................................................. 368 d5: Shutter Type ................................................................... 369 d6: File Number Sequence ............................................... 370 d7: Apply Settings to Live View ...................................... 372 d8: Framing Grid Display................................................... 372 d9: Peaking Highlights ....................................................... 373 Peaking Level................................................................ 373 Peaking Highlight Color............................................ 373 d10: View All in Continuous Mode ................................ 373 e: Bracketing/Flash..................................................................... 374 e1: Flash Sync Speed........................................................... 374 e2: Flash Shutter Speed ..................................................... 376 e3: Exposure Comp. for Flash .......................................... 376 e4: Auto c ISO Sensitivity Control.................................. 377 e5: Modeling Flash............................................................... 377 e6: Auto Bracketing (Mode M)......................................... 378 e7: Bracketing Order ........................................................... 379 xviii Table of Contents f: Controls....................................................................................... 380 f1: Customize i Menu.......................................................380 View Memory Card Info............................................. 381 Bluetooth Connection................................................ 381 f2: Custom Controls .............................................................382 f3: OK Button..........................................................................394 Shooting Mode............................................................. 394 Playback Mode.............................................................. 395 f4: Shutter Spd & Aperture Lock......................................396 f5: Customize Command Dials ........................................397 Reverse Rotation .......................................................... 397 Change Main/Sub........................................................ 397 Menus and Playback................................................... 398 Sub-Dial Frame Advance........................................... 399 f6: Release Button to Use Dial ..........................................400 f7: Reverse Indicators ..........................................................401 g: Movie .......................................................................................... 402 g1: Customize i Menu......................................................402 g2: Custom Controls............................................................403 g3: OK Button.........................................................................410 g4: AF Speed ..........................................................................411 g5: AF Tracking Sensitivity ................................................411 g6: Highlight Display...........................................................412 Display Pattern.............................................................. 412 Highlight Display Threshold .................................... 412 Table of Contents xix B The Setup Menu: Camera Setup ............................................... 413 Format Memory Card................................................................. 415 Save User Settings....................................................................... 415 Reset User Settings ..................................................................... 415 Language........................................................................................ 416 Time Zone and Date ................................................................... 416 Monitor Brightness ..................................................................... 417 Monitor Color Balance ............................................................... 418 Viewfinder Brightness................................................................ 419 Viewfinder Color Balance.......................................................... 420 Limit Monitor Mode Selection ................................................ 420 Information Display .................................................................... 421 AF Fine-Tuning Options ............................................................ 422 Creating and Saving Fine-Tuning Values ........... 424 Choosing a Default Fine-Tuning Value................ 425 Non-CPU Lens Data..................................................................... 426 Clean Image Sensor .................................................................... 426 Image Dust Off Ref Photo......................................................... 427 Acquiring Image Dust Off Reference Data......... 427 Pixel Mapping ............................................................................... 430 Image Comment.......................................................................... 432 Input Comment............................................................ 432 Attach Comment ......................................................... 432 Copyright Information............................................................... 433 Artist/Copyright ........................................................... 433 Attach Copyright Information ................................ 433 xx Table of Contents Beep Options .................................................................................435 Beep On/Off ................................................................... 435 Volume ............................................................................ 436 Pitch.................................................................................. 436 Touch Controls..............................................................................436 Enable/Disable Touch Controls .............................. 436 Full-Frame Playback Flicks........................................ 436 HDMI.................................................................................................437 Location Data ................................................................................437 Wireless Remote (WR) Options ...............................................438 LED Lamp........................................................................ 438 Link Mode....................................................................... 439 Assign Remote (WR) Fn Button...............................................441 Airplane Mode...............................................................................441 Connect to Smart Device ..........................................................442 Pairing (Bluetooth) ...................................................... 442 Select to Send (Bluetooth)........................................ 443 Wi-Fi Connection ......................................................... 443 Send While Off .............................................................. 444 Location Data (Smart Device).................................. 444 Connect to PC................................................................................445 Wi-Fi Connection ......................................................... 445 Network Settings ......................................................... 445 Options............................................................................ 447 MAC Address ................................................................. 448 Conformity Marking....................................................................448 Battery Info.....................................................................................449 USB Power Delivery.....................................................................450 Table of Contents xxi Energy Saving ............................................................................... 452 Slot Empty Release Lock ........................................................... 453 Save/Load Menu Settings......................................................... 454 Save Menu Settings .................................................... 458 Load Menu Settings ................................................... 458 Reset All Settings ......................................................................... 459 Firmware Version......................................................................... 459 N The Retouch Menu: Creating Retouched Copies.............. 460 Creating Retouched Copies..................................... 461 NEF (RAW) Processing: Converting NEF (RAW) to JPEG ............................................................................................. 464 Trim................................................................................................... 469 Resize ............................................................................................... 470 Resizing Multiple Images.......................................... 470 D-Lighting ...................................................................................... 475 Red-Eye Correction ..................................................................... 476 Straighten....................................................................................... 477 Distortion Control........................................................................ 478 Perspective Control .................................................................... 479 Monochrome ................................................................................ 480 Image Overlay............................................................................... 481 Add ................................................................................... 481 Lighten and Darken.................................................... 486 Trim Movie ..................................................................................... 490 O My Menu/m Recent Settings.................................................... 491 O My Menu: Creating a Custom Menu ............... 491 m Recent Settings: Accessing Recently-Used Settings....................................................................... 496 xxii Table of Contents Establishing Wireless Connections to Computers or Smart Devices 497 Network Options................................................................................. 497 Connecting to Computers via Wi-Fi............................................. 498 What Wi-Fi Can Do for You....................................... 498 The Wireless Transmitter Utility.............................. 498 Infrastructure and Access-Point Modes............... 499 Connecting in Access-Point Mode ........................ 501 Connecting in Infrastructure Mode....................... 507 Uploading Pictures...................................................... 516 Disconnecting and Reconnecting ......................... 520 Connecting to Smart Devices......................................................... 522 The SnapBridge App................................................... 522 What SnapBridge Can Do for You.......................... 523 Wireless Connections ................................................. 524 Connecting via Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi Mode)........................ 525 Connecting via Bluetooth......................................... 534 Troubleshooting ................................................................................. 551 Cabled Connections to Computers and HDMI Devices 552 Connecting to Computers Via USB .............................................. 552 Installing ViewNX-i ...................................................... 553 Copying Pictures to a Computer Using ViewNX-i ..................................................................... 554 Connecting to HDMI Devices ......................................................... 557 TVs ..................................................................................... 558 Recorders........................................................................ 559 Table of Contents xxiii On-Camera Flash Photography 561 “On-Camera” Versus “Remote”...................................................... 561 Camera-Mounted Flash Units ................................. 561 Remote Flash Photography..................................... 562 Using an On-Camera Flash ............................................................. 563 Flash Control Mode ........................................................................... 566 Flash Modes ......................................................................................... 569 Flash Compensation ......................................................................... 572 FV Lock................................................................................................... 573 Flash Info for On-Camera Units..................................................... 576 Flash Control Mode Displays................................... 576 Remote Flash Photography 579 What Is Remote Flash Photography? .......................................... 579 Using Remote Flash Units ........................................ 580 Radio AWL............................................................................................. 581 Establishing a Wireless Connection...................... 581 Remote Flash Photography..................................... 586 Adding a Shoe-Mounted Flash Unit ..................... 594 Optical AWL.......................................................................................... 595 Using Optical AWL with the SB-5000 or SB-500 ......................................................................... 596 Optical/Radio AWL............................................................................. 606 Flash Info for Remote Units ............................................................ 607 Flash Control Mode Displays................................... 607 xxiv Table of Contents Troubleshooting 610 Before Contacting Customer Support ........................................ 610 Problems and Solutions ................................................................... 612 Battery/Display ............................................................. 612 Shooting.......................................................................... 613 Playback .......................................................................... 618 Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (Wireless Networks)............ 620 Miscellaneous................................................................ 620 Alerts and Error Messages ............................................................... 621 Alerts ................................................................................ 621 Error Messages.............................................................. 624 Technical Notes 628 Compatible Lenses and Accessories............................................ 628 Camera Displays.................................................................................. 629 Monitor............................................................................ 629 Viewfinder ...................................................................... 636 Compatible Flash Units .................................................................... 640 The Nikon Creative Lighting System (CLS) ......... 640 Other Compatible Accessories ...................................................... 648 Charging AC Adapters ............................................... 654 Attaching a Power Connector and AC Adapter ....................................................................... 657 Software................................................................................................. 659 Table of Contents xxv Caring for the Camera ...................................................................... 661 Storage............................................................................ 661 Cleaning.......................................................................... 662 Image Sensor Cleaning ............................................. 663 Manual Cleaning.......................................................... 665 Caring for the Camera and Battery: Cautions .......................... 667 Camera Care.................................................................. 667 Battery Care ................................................................... 671 Using the Charger ....................................................... 674 Using the Charging AC Adapter............................. 674 Specifications....................................................................................... 675 Nikon Z 5 Digital Camera.......................................... 675 Approved Memory Cards ................................................................ 690 Portable Chargers (Power Banks)................................................. 691 Memory Card Capacity..................................................................... 692 Battery Endurance ............................................................................. 694 AF-Assist Illumination....................................................................... 696 Trademarks and Licenses ................................................................ 697 Notices ................................................................................................... 701 Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN)............................................. 703 xxvi Table of Contents Kit Lens Manual 709 NIKKOR Z 24–70mm f/4 S Lens Manual...................................... 709 Using the Lens .............................................................. 709 Precautions for Use ..................................................... 714 Lens Care......................................................................... 715 Accessories..................................................................... 716 Specifications ................................................................ 717 NIKKOR Z 24–200mm f/4–6.3 VR Lens Manual ........................ 718 Using the Lens .............................................................. 718 Precautions for Use ..................................................... 724 Lens Care......................................................................... 725 Accessories..................................................................... 726 Specifications ................................................................ 727 NIKKOR Z 24–50mm f/4–6.3 Lens Manual ................................. 729 Using the Lens .............................................................. 729 Precautions for Use ..................................................... 735 Lens Care......................................................................... 736 Accessories..................................................................... 737 Specifications ................................................................ 738 Index 739 Table of Contents xxvii Menu List The camera offers the following menus. For a more complete description of individual menu items, refer to the “Menu Guide” chapter in the Online Manual.

PLAYBACK MENU Delete Playback folder Playback display options Dual-format recording PB slot Image review After delete Rotate tall Copy image(s) Slide show Rating PHOTO SHOOTING MENU Reset photo shooting menu Storage folder File naming Role played by card in Slot 2 Choose image area Image quality Image size NEF (RAW) recording ISO sensitivity settings White balance Set Picture Control Manage Picture Control Color space Active D-Lighting Long exposure NR High ISO NR Vignette control

xxviii Menu List PHOTO SHOOTING MENU MOVIE SHOOTING MENU

Diffraction compensation Auto distortion control Flicker reduction shooting Metering Flash control Flash mode Flash compensation Focus mode AF-area mode Vibration reduction Auto bracketing Multiple exposure HDR (high dynamic range) Interval timer shooting Time-lapse movie Focus shift shooting Silent photography Reset movie shooting menu File naming Destination Choose image area Frame size/frame rate Movie quality Movie file type ISO sensitivity settings White balance Set Picture Control Manage Picture Control Active D-Lighting High ISO NR Vignette control Diffraction compensation Auto distortion control Flicker reduction

Menu List xxix MOVIE SHOOTING MENU CUSTOM SETTING MENU

Metering Focus mode AF-area mode Vibration reduction Electronic VR Microphone sensitivity Attenuator Frequency response Wind noise reduction Headphone volume Timecode Reset custom settings a Autofocus a1 AF-C priority selection a2 AF-S priority selection a3 Focus tracking with lock-on a4 Auto-area AF face/eye detection a5 Focus points used a6 Store points by orientation a7 AF activation a8 Limit AF-area mode selection a9 Focus point wrap-around a10 Focus point options a11 Low-light AF a12 Built-in AF-assist illuminator a13 Manual focus ring in AF mode

xxx Menu List

CUSTOM SETTING MENU b Metering/exposure b1 EV steps for exposure cntrl b2 Easy exposure compensation b3 Center-weighted area b4 Fine-tune optimal exposure c Timers/AE lock c1 Shutter-release button AE-L c2 Self-timer c3 Power off delay CUSTOM SETTING MENUd Shooting/display d1 CL mode shooting speed d2 Max. continuous release d3 Sync. release mode options d4 Exposure delay mode d5 Shutter type d6 File number sequence d7 Apply settings to live view d8 Framing grid display d9 Peaking highlights d10 View all in continuous mode

Menu List xxxi

CUSTOM SETTING MENU e Bracketing/flash e1 Flash sync speed e2 Flash shutter speed e3 Exposure comp. for flash e4 Auto c ISO sensitivity control e5 Modeling flash e6 Auto bracketing (mode M) e7 Bracketing order CUSTOM SETTING MENUf Controls f1 Customize i menu f2 Custom controls f3 OK button f4 Shutter spd & aperture lock f5 Customize command dials f6 Release button to use dial f7 Reverse indicators g Movie g1 Customize i menu g2 Custom controls g3 OK button g4 AF speed g5 AF tracking sensitivity g6 Highlight display

xxxii Menu List

SETUP MENU Format memory card Save user settings Reset user settings Language Time zone and date Monitor brightness Monitor color balance Viewfinder brightness Viewfinder color balance Limit monitor mode selection Information display AF fine-tuning options Non-CPU lens data Clean image sensor Image Dust Off ref photo Pixel mapping Image comment Copyright information SETUP MENU Beep options Touch controls HDMI Location data Wireless remote (WR) options Assign remote (WR) Fn button Airplane mode Connect to smart device Connect to PC Conformity marking Battery info USB power delivery Energy saving Slot empty release lock Save/load menu settings Reset all settings Firmware version

Menu List xxxiii

RETOUCH MENU NEF (RAW) processing Trim Resize D-Lighting Red-eye correction Straighten Distortion control Perspective control Monochrome Image overlay Trim movie MY MENU Add items Remove items Rank items Choose tab

xxxiv Menu List For Your Safety To prevent damage to property or injury to yourself or to others, read “For Your Safety” in its entirety before using this product. Keep these safety instructions where all those who use this product will read them. A DANGER: Failure to observe the precautions marked with this icon carries a high risk of death or severe injury. A WARNING: Failure to observe the precautions marked with this icon could result in death or severe injury. A CAUTION: Failure to observe the precautions marked with this icon could result in injury or property damage. A WARNING Do not use while walking or operating a vehicle. Failure to observe this precaution could result in accidents or other injury. Do not disassemble or modify this product. Do not touch internal parts that become exposed as the result of a fall or other accident. Failure to observe these precautions could result in electric shock or other injury. Should you notice any abnormalities such as the product producing smoke, heat, or unusual odors, immediately disconnect the battery or power source. Continued operation could result in fire, burns or other injury. Keep dry. Do not handle with wet hands. Do not handle the plug with wet hands. Failure to observe these precautions could result in fire or electric shock. For Your Safety xxxv Do not let your skin remain in prolonged contact with this product while it is on or plugged in. Failure to observe this precaution could result in low-temperature burns. Do not use this product in the presence of flammable dust or gas such as propane, gasoline or aerosols. Failure to observe this precaution could result in explosion or fire. Do not directly view the sun or other bright light source through the lens. Failure to observe this precaution could result in visual impairment. Do not aim the flash or AF-assist illuminator at the operator of a motor vehicle. Failure to observe this precaution could result in accidents. Keep this product out of reach of children. Failure to observe this precaution could result in injury or product malfunction. In addition, note that small parts constitute a choking hazard. Should a child swallow any part of this product, seek immediate medical attention. Do not entangle, wrap or twist the straps around your neck. Failure to observe this precaution could result in accidents. Do not use batteries, chargers, or AC adapters not specifically designated for use with this product. When using batteries, chargers, and AC adapters designated for use with this product, do not: ï Damage, modify, forcibly tug or bend the cords or cables, place them under heavy objects, or expose them to heat or flame. ï Use travel converters or adapters designed to convert from one voltage to another or with DC-to-AC inverters. Failure to observe these precautions could result in fire or electric shock. xxxvi For Your Safety Do not handle the plug when charging the product or using the AC adapter during thunderstorms. Failure to observe this precaution could result in electric shock. Do not handle with bare hands in locations exposed to extremely high or low temperatures. Failure to observe this precaution could result in burns, or frostbite. A CAUTION Do not leave the lens pointed at the sun or other strong light sources. Light focused by the lens could cause fire or damage to product’s internal parts. When shooting backlit subjects, keep the sun well out of the frame. Sunlight focused into the camera when the sun is close to the frame could cause fire. Turn this product off when its use is prohibited. Disable wireless features when the use of wireless equipment is prohibited. The radio-frequency emissions produced by this product could interfere with equipment onboard aircraft or in hospitals or other medical facilities. Remove the battery and disconnect the AC adapter if this product will not be used for an extended period. Failure to observe this precaution could result in fire or product malfunction. Do not fire the flash in contact with or in close proximity to the skin or objects. Failure to observe this precaution could result in burns or fire. For Your Safety xxxvii Do not leave the product where it will be exposed to extremely high temperatures, for an extended period such as in an enclosed automobile or in direct sunlight. Failure to observe this precaution could result in fire or product malfunction. Do not look directly at the AF-assist illuminator. Failure to observe this precaution could have adverse effects on vision. Do not transport cameras or lenses with tripods or similar accessories attached. Failure to observe this precaution could result in injury or product malfunction. A DANGER (Batteries) Do not mishandle batteries. Failure to observe the following precautions could result in the batteries leaking, overheating, rupturing, or catching fire: ï Use only rechargeable batteries approved for use in this product. ï Do not expose batteries to flame or excessive heat. ï Do not disassemble. ï Do not short-circuit the terminals by touching them to necklaces, hairpins, or other metal objects. ï Do not expose batteries or the products in which they are inserted to powerful physical shocks. ï Do not step on batteries, pierce them with nails, or strike them with hammers. Charge only as indicated. Failure to observe this precaution could result in the batteries leaking, overheating, rupturing, or catching fire. xxxviii For Your Safety If battery liquid comes into contact with the eyes, rinse with plenty of clean water and seek immediate medical attention. Delaying action could result in eye injuries. Follow the instructions of airline personnel. Batteries left unattended at high altitudes in an unpressurized environment may leak, overheat, rupture, or catch fire. A WARNING (Batteries) Keep batteries out of reach of children. Should a child swallow a battery, seek immediate medical attention. Keep batteries out of reach of household pets and other animals. The batteries could leak, overheat, rupture, or catch fire if bitten, chewed, or otherwise damaged by animals. Do not immerse batteries in water or expose to rain. Failure to observe this precaution could result in fire or product malfunction. Immediately dry the product with a towel or similar object should it become wet. Discontinue use immediately should you notice any changes in the batteries, such as discoloration or deformation. Cease charging EN-EL15c rechargeable batteries if they do not charge in the specified period of time. Failure to observe these precautions could result in the batteries leaking, overheating, rupturing, or catching fire. When batteries are no longer needed, insulate the terminals with tape. Overheating, rupture, or fire may result should metal objects come into contact with the terminals. If battery liquid comes into contact with a person's skin or clothing, immediately rinse the affected area with plenty of clean water. Failure to observe this precaution could result in skin irritation. For Your Safety xxxix Notices ï No part of the manuals included with this product may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form, by any means, without Nikon’s prior written permission. ï Nikon reserves the right to change the appearance and specifications of the hardware and software described in these manuals at any time and without prior notice. ï Nikon will not be held liable for any damages resulting from the use of this product. ï While every effort has been made to ensure that the information in these manuals is accurate and complete, we would appreciate it were you to bring any errors or omissions to the attention of the Nikon representative in your area (address provided separately). ● Notice Concerning Prohibition of Copying or Reproduction Note that simply being in possession of material that has been digitally copied or reproduced by means of a scanner, digital camera, or other device may be punishable by law. ï Items prohibited by law from being copied or reproduced Do not copy or reproduce paper money, coins, securities, government bonds, or local government bonds, even if such copies or reproductions are stamped “Sample”. The copying or reproduction of paper money, coins, or securities which are circulated in a foreign country is prohibited. Unless the prior permission of the government has been obtained, the copying or reproduction of unused postage stamps or post cards issued by the government is prohibited. The copying or reproduction of stamps issued by the government and of certified documents stipulated by law is prohibited. xl Notices ï Cautions on certain copies and reproductions The government has issued cautions on copies or reproductions of securities issued by private companies (shares, bills, checks, gift certificates, etc.), commuter passes, or coupon tickets, except when a minimum of necessary copies are to be provided for business use by a company. Also, do not copy or reproduce passports issued by the government, licenses issued by public agencies and private groups, ID cards, and tickets, such as passes and meal coupons. ï Comply with copyright notices Under copyright law, photographs or recordings of copyrighted works made with the camera cannot be used without the permission of the copyright holder. Exceptions apply to personal use, but note that even personal use may be restricted in the case of photographs or recordings of exhibits or live performances. ● Use Only Nikon Brand Electronic Accessories Nikon cameras are designed to the highest standards and include complex electronic circuitry. Only Nikon brand electronic accessories (including lenses, chargers, batteries, AC adapters, and flash accessories) certified by Nikon specifically for use with this Nikon digital camera are engineered and proven to operate within the operational and safety requirements of this electronic circuitry. The use of non-Nikon electronic accessories could damage the camera and may void your Nikon warranty. The use of third-party rechargeable Li-ion batteries not bearing the Nikon holographic seal shown at right could interfere with normal operation of the camera or result in the batteries overheating, igniting, rupturing, or leaking. For more information about Nikon brand accessories, contact a local authorized Nikon dealer. Notices xli D Before Taking Important Pictures Before taking pictures on important occasions (such as at weddings or before taking the camera on a trip), take a test shot to ensure that the camera is functioning normally. Nikon will not be held liable for damages or lost profits that may result from product malfunction. D Life-Long Learning As part of Nikon’s “Life-Long Learning” commitment to ongoing product support and education, continually-updated information is available on-line at the following sites: ï For users in the U.S.A.: nikonusa.com/ ï For users in Europe: europe-nikon.com/support/ ï For users in Asia, Oceania, the Middle East, and Africa: nikon-asia.com/ Visit these sites to keep up-to-date with the latest product information, tips, answers to frequently-asked questions (FAQs), and general advice on digital imaging and photography. Additional information may be available from the Nikon representative in your area. See the following URL for contact information: imaging.nikon.com/ xlii Notices Getting to Know the Camera Parts of the Camera Camera Body 5

1 2 3 476 8 1 9

12 11 10

1 Eyelet for camera strap (033) 2 E (focal plane mark; 080) 3 Stereo microphone (053) 4 Movie-record button (053) 5 Power switch (044, 48) 6 Shutter-release button (048) 7 E button (014, 109) 8 S button (012, 105) 9 Main command dial (012) 10 Speaker (060) 11 Mode dial (011, 93) 12 Accessory shoe (for optional flash unit; 0563, 640)

Parts of the Camera 1

1 23 4 5 6 13 7 8 9 10 11 12

1 Image sensor (0663) 2 M button (010, 420) 3 AF-assist illuminator (051, 361) Red-eye reduction lamp (0139, 569) Self-timer lamp (0115) 4 Cover for accessory terminal and USB and HDMI connectors 5 Cover for headphone and microphone connectors 6 Lens mounting mark (042) 7 Headphone connector (0344) 8 Charge lamp (0654) 9 USB connector (0450, 552) 10 HDMI connector (0557) 11 Accessory terminal 12 Connector for external microphone (0651) 13 Body cap (042)

2 Parts of the Camera

20 19 18 17 16 15 1 Diopter adjustment control (09) 1 34 2 14 13 11 12 10 Multi selector (025) 11 G button (024, 191) 5 6 7 8 9 10

2 DISP button (021) 3 Photo/movie selector (048, 53) 4 AF-ON button (024) 5 Sub-selector (023, 117) 6 i button (029, 120) 7 Memory card slot cover (038) 8 Memory card access lamp (052, 55) 9 J button (025) 12 c (E) button (0111, 115) 13 W (Q) button (023, 28, 158, 183) 14 X button (023, 78, 158, 183) 15 Monitor (015, 76) 16 O button (061, 185) 17 K button (058, 158) 18 Rubber eyecup (0651) 19 Viewfinder (09) 20 Eye sensor (09)

Parts of the Camera 3

10 9 8 7 6 1 Lens mount (042, 80) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Battery-chamber cover 2 Lens release button (043) 3 CPU contacts 4 Tripod socket 5 Power connector cover (0657) 7 Battery-chamber cover latch 8 Fn2 button (031, 63) 9 Fn1 button (031, 81) 10 Sub-command dial (012)

4 Parts of the Camera D Do Not Touch the Image Sensor Under no circumstances should you exert pressure on the image sensor, poke it with cleaning tools, or subject it to powerful air currents from a blower. These actions could scratch or otherwise damage the sensor. For information on cleaning the image sensor, see “Image Sensor Cleaning” (0663). D Notes on the Monitor The angle of the monitor can be adjusted. D Product Serial Number The serial number for this product can be found by opening the monitor. Parts of the Camera 5 The Monitor and Viewfinder ❚❚ Photo Mode At default settings, the following indicators appear in the monitor and viewfinder; for a full list of indicators, see “Camera Displays” (0629) in “Technical Notes”. Monitor Viewfinder 22 25 7 81110 9 24 3 4 5 6

1 27 26 25 24 23 22 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 27 2 20

21 20 19 18 17 16 15 21 1 2319 18 13 17 1514 16

6 Parts of the Camera

1 Shooting mode (093) 2 Focus point (066) 3 Release mode (0111) 4 Focus mode (063) 5 AF-area mode (066) 6 Active D-Lighting (0255) 7 Picture Control (0123, 247) 8 White balance (081, 129, 239) 9 Image area (0234) 10 Image size (0138) 11 Image quality (0136) 12 i icon (0120) 13 Exposure indicator Exposure (098) Exposure compensation (0109) 14 “k” (appears when memory remains for over 1000 exposures; 039) 15 Number of exposures remaining (039, 692) 16 ISO sensitivity (0105) 17 ISO sensitivity indicator (0105) Auto ISO sensitivity indicator (0107) 18 Aperture (096, 97) 19 Shutter speed (095, 97) 20 Subject-tracking AF (074) 21 Metering (0140) 22 Battery indicator (037) 23 Shutter type (0369) 24 “Clock not set” indicator (047) 25 Vibration reduction indicator (0143) 26 Touch shooting (076) 27 AF-area brackets (066)

Parts of the Camera 7 ❚❚ Movie Mode Monitor Viewfinder 1 3 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 6 7 8 4 5 2

1 Recording indicator (053) “No movie” indicator (056) 2 Destination (0155) 3 Frame size and rate/image quality (0150) 4 Time remaining (053) 5 Release mode (still photography; 0114) 6 Sound level (0152) 7 Microphone sensitivity (0152) 8 Frequency response (0343)

8 Parts of the Camera Camera Controls Viewfinder ï Placing your eye to the viewfinder activates the eye sensor, switching the display from the monitor to the viewfinder. Note that the eye sensor will also respond to other objects, such as your fingers. ï The viewfinder can be used for menus and playback if desired. D The Diopter Adjustment Control ï The viewfinder can be focused by lifting and rotating the diopter adjustment control. ï Be careful not to put your fingers or fingernails in your eye. ï After adjusting diopter, push the diopter adjustment control back into its original position. A Extended Use When using the viewfinder for extended periods, you can select [Off] for Custom Setting d7 [Apply settings to live view] to ensure that viewfinder brightness and hue are adjusted for ease of viewing. Camera Controls 9 The M (Monitor Mode) Button Press the M button to cycle between viewfinder and monitor displays. Press the M button to cycle through the displays as follows. [Automatic display switch]: The camera automatically switches between the viewfinder and monitor displays based on information from the eye sensor. [Viewfinder only]: The monitor remains blank. The viewfinder is used for shooting, menus, and playback. [Monitor only]: The monitor is used for shooting, menus, and playback. The viewfinder display will remain blank even if you put your eye to the viewfinder. [Prioritize viewfinder]: The camera functions in a manner similar to existing digital SLR cameras. ï During photo mode, placing your eye to the viewfinder turns the viewfinder on; the monitor remains off after you take your eye away. ï During movie mode or playback or while menus are displayed, the camera automatically switches between the viewfinder and the monitor based on information from the eye sensor. 10 Camera Controls A Monitor Mode You can limit the choice of monitor modes available using the [Limit monitor mode selection] item in the setup menu. The Mode Dial Rotate the mode dial to choose a shooting mode. Mode Description b Auto A simple, “point-and-shoot” mode that leaves the camera in charge of settings (048, 53).

PProgrammed auto The camera sets shutter speed and aperture for optimal exposure.

SShutter priority autoYou choose the shutter speed; the camera selects the aperture for best results. AAperture priority autoYou choose the aperture; the camera selects the shutter speed for best results. M Manual You control both shutter speed and aperture.

U1 U2 U3 User settings modes Assign frequently-used settings to these positions for quick recall.

Camera Controls 11 The Command Dials Rotate the command dials to choose settings for shutter speed, aperture, or the functions assigned to other camera controls. The S Button Adjust the camera’s sensitivity to light (ISO sensitivity) in accord with lighting conditions. ❚❚ Photo Mode ISO sensitivity can be adjusted by holding the S button and rotating the main command dial. ï In modes P, S, A, and M, you can hold the S button and rotate the sub-command dial to choose from “ISO AUTO” (auto ISO sensitivity control enabled) or “ISO” (auto ISO sensitivity control disabled). 12 Camera Controls ï In b mode, “ISO AUTO” (auto ISO sensitivity control enabled) is selected by default. Hold the S button and rotate the main command dial to cycle between “ISO AUTO” and “ISO” (auto ISO sensitivity control disabled). ❚❚ Movie Mode ISO sensitivity can be adjusted by holding the S button and rotating the main command dial. ISO sensitivity for movie recording can be adjusted in mode M only. ï The value selected for [ISO sensitivity settings] > [ISO sensitivity (mode M)] applies when [Off] is selected for [ISO sensitivity settings] > [Auto ISO control (mode M)]. ï You can choose between “ISO AUTO” (auto ISO sensitivity control enabled) and “ISO” (auto ISO sensitivity control disabled) by holding the S button and rotating the sub command dial. Camera Controls 13 The E (Exposure Compensation) Button Alter exposure from the value suggested by the camera. Exposure compensation can be used to make pictures brighter or darker.

−1 EV No exposure compensation ï Exposure compensation can be adjusted by holding the E button and rotating either command dial. ï Higher values make the subject brighter, lower values darker. +1 EV

14 Camera Controls Touch Controls The touch-sensitive monitor offers a variety of controls that can be operated by touching the display with your fingers. During viewfinder photography, touch controls are disabled and cannot be used for focus or the like. ❚❚ Focusing and Releasing the Shutter ï Touch the monitor to focus on the selected point (touch AF). ï In photo mode, the shutter will be released when you lift your finger from the display (touch shutter). ï Touch shutter/AF settings can be adjusted by tapping the W icon (076). ❚❚ Adjusting Settings ï Tap highlighted settings in the display. ï You can then choose the desired option by tapping icons or sliders. Camera Controls 15 ï Tap Z or press J to select the chosen option and return to the previous display. ❚❚ Playback ï Flick left or right to view other pictures during full-frame playback. ï In full-frame playback, touching the bottom of the display brings up a frame-advance bar. Slide your finger left or right over the bar to scroll rapidly to other pictures. ï To zoom in on a picture displayed during full-frame playback, use a stretch gesture or give the display two quick taps. You can adjust the zoom ratio using stretch gestures to zoom in and pinch gestures to zoom out. 16 Camera Controls ï Use slide gestures to view other parts of the image during zoom. ï Giving the display two quick taps while zoom is in effect cancels zoom. ï To “zoom out” to a thumbnail view, use a pinch gesture during full-frame playback. Use pinch and stretch to choose the number of images displayed from 4, 9, and 72 frames. ï Using a pinch gesture when 72 frames are displayed selects calendar playback. Use a stretch gesture to return to the 72-frame display. ❚❚ Viewing Movies ï Movies are indicated by a 1 icon; to start playback, tap the on-screen guide. ï Tap the display to pause. Tap again to resume. ï Tap Z to exit to full-frame playback. Camera Controls 17 ❚❚ The i Menu ï Tap the i icon to display the i menu during shooting (029, 120). ï Tap items to view and change options. ❚❚ Text Entry ï When a keyboard is displayed, you can enter text by tapping the keys.

1 2 3 1 Text display area 2 Keyboard area 3 Keyboard selection

ï To position the cursor, tap e or f or tap directly in the text display area. ï To cycle through the upper- and lower-case and symbol keyboards, tap the keyboard selection button. 18 Camera Controls ❚❚ Navigating the Menus ï Slide up or down to scroll. ï Tap a menu icon to choose a menu. ï Tap menu items to display options. You can then choose the desired option by tapping icons or sliders. ï To exit without changing settings, tap Z. Camera Controls 19 D The Touch Screen ï The touch screen responds to static electricity. It may not respond when touched with fingernails or gloved hands. ï Do not touch the screen with sharp objects. ï Do not use excessive force. ï The screen may not respond when covered with third-party protective films. ï The screen may not respond when touched simultaneously in multiple locations. A Enabling or Disabling Touch Controls Touch controls can be enabled or disabled using the [Touch controls] item in the setup menu. 20 Camera Controls The DISP Button Use the DISP button to cycle through the following displays: ❚❚ Photo Mode 123 6 5 4

1 Indicators on 2 Simplified display 3 Histogram 1, 2 4 Virtual horizon 5 Information display (0629) 6 Flash info (0576, 607) 3

1 Displayed when [On] is selected for Custom Setting d7 [Apply settings to live view]. 2 Not displayed if [On] is selected for [Overlay shooting] during multiple exposure photography. Camera Controls 21 3 Displayed when an optional SB-5000, SB-500, SB-400, or SB-300 flash unit is mounted on the accessory shoe or a WR-R10 wireless remote controller commands a flash unit via radio flash control. A The Viewfinder The DISP button can also be used to choose the information displayed in the viewfinder. Note, however, that the information display and flash info do not appear in the viewfinder. ❚❚ Movie Mode 1 2 4 3 1 Indicators on 2 Simplified display 3 Histogram 4 Virtual horizon 22 Camera Controls The X and W (Q) Buttons Zoom the display in the monitor in or out during shooting or playback. ❚❚ Shooting Press X to zoom in on the view through the lens during shooting. Press X to increase the zoom ratio, W (Q) to zoom out. ❚❚ Playback Press X to zoom in on pictures during full-frame playback. Press X to increase the zoom ratio, W (Q) to zoom out. Pressing W (Q) when the picture is displayed full frame “zooms out” to the thumbnail list. Pressing W (Q) when 72 frames are displayed selects calendar playback. The Sub-Selector Press the sub-selector up, down, left, or right to select the focus point. Press and hold the center of the selector to lock focus and exposure (0117). Camera Controls 23 The AF-ON Button The AF-ON button can be used for focus in autofocus mode. The G Button Press the G button to view the menus. 123456781 D [PLAYBACK MENU] (0208) 2 C [PHOTO SHOOTING MENU] (0223) 9 3 1 [MOVIE SHOOTING MENU] (0333) 4 A [CUSTOM SETTING MENU] (0347) 5 B [SETUP MENU] (0413) 6 N [RETOUCH MENU] (0460) 7 O [MY MENU]/ m [RECENT SETTINGS]* (0491) 8 The d Help icon (028) 9 Current settings * You can choose the menu displayed. The default is [MY MENU]. 24 Camera Controls ❚❚ Using the Menus You can navigate the menus using the multi selector and J button. 1 Move cursor up 2 Select highlighted item 3 Display sub-menu, select highlighted item, or move cursor right 4 Move cursor down 5 Cancel and return to previous menu, or move cursor left 1 Highlight the icon for the current menu. Press 4 to place the cursor in the menu-selection area. 2 Select a menu. Press 1 or 3 to select the desired menu. Camera Controls 25 3 Position the cursor in the selected menu. Press 2 to position the cursor in the selected menu. 4 Highlight a menu item. Press 1 or 3 to highlight a menu item. 5 Display options. Press 2 to display options for the selected menu item. 26 Camera Controls 6 Highlight an option. Press 1 or 3 to highlight an option. 7 Select the highlighted option. ï Press J to select the highlighted option. ï To exit without making a selection, press the G button. ï To exit the menus and return to shooting mode, press the shutter-release button halfway. Camera Controls 27 D Grayed-Out Items Some items and menu options may be unavailable depending on the mode and camera status. Unavailable items are displayed in gray. A The d (Help) Icon ï Where available, a description of the currently-selected item can be viewed by pressing the W (Q) button. ï Press 1 or 3 to scroll. ï Press W (Q) again to return to the menus. A Touch Controls You can also navigate the menus using touch controls (015). 28 Camera Controls The i Button (the i Menu) For quick access to frequently-used settings, press the i button or tap the i icon to view the i menu. ï Different menus are displayed during photo mode and movie mode. ï Options can be viewed by tapping items in the display or by highlighting items and pressing J; selections can then be made using the multi selector. ï Items for which the camera displays an on-screen guide can be adjusted by highlighting them in the i menu and rotating a command dial. In some cases, adjustments can be made using both the main and sub-command dials. A The Playback i Menu Pressing the i button during playback displays a context-sensitive i menu of frequently-used playback options. Camera Controls 29 ❚❚ Customizing the i Menu The items displayed in the photo-mode i menu can be chosen using Custom Setting f1 or g1 [Customize i menu]. 1 Highlight Custom Setting f1 or g1 [Customize i menu] and press J. See “The G Button” (024) for information on using the menus. 2 Highlight the position you want to change and press J. A list of the items available for the selected position will be displayed. 3 Highlight the desired item and press J. ï The item will be assigned to the selected position and the options shown in Step 2 will be displayed. ï Repeat Steps 2 and 3 as desired. 4 Press the G button. Changes will be saved and the Custom Settings menu will be displayed. 30 Camera Controls The Fn1 and Fn2 Buttons Use the Fn1 or Fn2 button for quick access to selected settings. ï By default, the Fn1 button is assigned white balance (081) and the Fn2 button focus- and AF-area–mode selection (063). ï The assigned setting can be adjusted by holding the Fn1 or Fn2 button and rotating the command dials. In some cases, adjustments can be made using both the main and sub command dials. ❚❚ Choosing Roles for the Fn1 and Fn2 Buttons The roles played by the Fn1 and Fn2 buttons can be selected using Custom Setting f2 or g2 [Custom controls] > [Fn1 button] and [Fn2 button]. 1 Highlight Custom Setting f2 or g2 [Custom controls] and press J. See “The G Button” (024) for information on using the menus. 2 Highlight the option for the desired button and press J. A list of the items available for the selected button will be displayed. Camera Controls 31 3 Highlight the desired item and press J. ï The item will be assigned to the selected button and the options shown in Step 2 will be displayed. ï Repeat Steps 2 and 3 to assign a role to the remaining button. 4 Press the G button. Changes will be saved and the Custom Settings menu will be displayed. 32 Camera Controls First Steps Attaching the Strap To attach a strap (whether the supplied strap or one that has been purchased separately): Attaching the Strap 33 Charging the Battery Charge the supplied EN-EL15c battery in the supplied MH-25a battery charger before use. Insert the battery and plug the charger in (depending on the country or region, the charger comes with either an AC wall adapter or a power cable). D The Battery and Charger Read and follow the warnings and cautions in “For Your Safety” (0xxxv) and “Caring for the Camera and Battery: Cautions” (0667). ï AC wall adapter: After inserting the AC wall adapter into the charger AC inlet (q), slide the AC wall adapter latch as shown (w) and rotate the adapter 90 ° to fix it in place (e). 34 Charging the Battery ï Power cable: After connecting the power cable with the plug in the orientation shown, insert the battery and plug the cable in. ï An exhausted battery will fully charge in about 2 hours and 35 minutes. Battery charging (flashes) Charging complete (steady) D If the CHARGE Lamp Flashes Rapidly If the CHARGE lamp flashes rapidly (8 times a second): ï A battery charging error has occurred: Unplug the charger and remove and reinsert the battery. ï The ambient temperature is too hot or too cold: Use the battery charger at temperatures within the designated temperature range (0– 40 °C/+32–104 °F). If the problem persists, unplug the charger and end charging. Bring the battery and charger to a Nikon-authorized service representative. Charging the Battery 35 Inserting the Battery ï Turn the camera off before inserting or removing the battery. ï Using the battery to keep the orange battery latch pressed to one side, slide the battery into the battery chamber until the latch locks it in place. Removing the Battery To remove the battery, turn the camera off and open the battery-chamber cover. Press the battery latch in the direction shown by the arrow to release the battery and then remove the battery by hand. 36 Inserting the Battery Battery Level ï The battery level is shown in the shooting display while the camera is on. Monitor Viewfinder ï The battery level display changes as the battery level diminishes, from L through K, J, I, and H. When the battery level falls to H, suspend shooting and charge the battery or ready a spare battery. ï If the message [Shutter release disabled. Recharge battery.] is displayed, charge or exchange the battery. Inserting the Battery 37 Inserting Memory Cards ï Turn the camera off before inserting or removing memory cards. ï The camera is equipped with two memory card slots: Slot 1 (q) and Slot 2 (w), allowing use of two memory cards. If you are using only one memory card, insert it into Slot 1. ï Holding the memory card in the orientation shown, slide it straight into the slot until it clicks into place. B G 4 6 Removing Memory Cards After confirming that the memory card access lamp is off, turn the camera off, open the memory card slot cover, and press the card in to eject it (q). The card can then be removed by hand (w). 38 Inserting Memory Cards


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