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The Mode Dial
The Information Display
The Command Dial
Using Camera Menus
First Steps
Charge the Battery
Insert the Battery
3Insert the battery
Attach a Lens
Basic Setup
Insert a Memory Card
Format the Memory Card
Adjust Viewfinder Focus
AAdjusting Viewfinder Focus
sBasic Photography and Playback
Step 1: Turn the Camera On
“Point-and-Shoot” Photography (iand j Modes)
Step 2: Select i or j Mode
Step 3: Frame the Photograph
sStep 4: Focus
Step 5: Shoot
Creative Photography (Scene Modes)
nClose Up
oNight Portrait
Basic Playback
Deleting Unwanted Photographs
Guide Mode
The Guide Menu
Shoot: Taking Pictures in Guide Mode
View/Delete: Viewing and Deleting Pictures in Guide Mode
Set up: Changing Camera Settings in Guide Mode
zMore on Photography (All Modes)
Focus Mode
AF-Area Mode
Focus Point Selection
Focus Lock
Focus point
Manual Focus
Image Quality and Size
Image Quality
Image Size
Release Mode
Self-Timer and Remote Modes
Using the Built-in Flash
TTLowering the Built-in Flash
Flash Mode
ISO Sensitivity
Active D-Lighting
P, S, A, and M Modes
Shutter Speed and Aperture
AShutter Speed and Aperture
Mode P (Programmed Auto)
Mode S (Shutter-Priority Auto)
Mode A (Aperture-Priority Auto)
Mode M (Manual)
AThe Exposure Indicator
Autoexposure Lock
Exposure Compensation
Flash Compensation
White Balance
Fine-Tuning White Balance
AWhite Balance Fine Tuning
Preset Manual
Picture Controls
Selecting a Picture Control
Modifying Picture Controls
More on Playback
Full-Frame Playback
Photo Information
Thumbnail Playback
Thumbnail playback
Calendar Playback
Calendar playback
Taking a Closer Look: Playback Zoom
Protecting Photographs from Deletion
Deleting Photographs
Full-Frame, Thumbnail, and Calendar Playback
The Playback Menu
Slide Shows
Before Connecting the Camera
Connecting to a Computer
Connecting the Camera
Printing Photographs
Connecting the Printer
Printing Pictures One at a Time
Printing Multiple Pictures
Creating Index Prints
Creating a DPOF Print Order: Print Set
Viewing Photographs on TV
Menu Guide
DThe Playback Menu: ManagingImages
CThe Shooting Menu: ShootingOptions
AColor Space
BThe Setup Menu: CameraSetup
DAuto Image Rotation
AAuto off Timers
DFile Number Sequence
NThe Retouch Menu:
Creating Retouched Copies
Before and After
mRecent Settings
Technical Notes
Compatible CPU Lenses
Compatible Lenses
Compatible Non-CPU Lenses
Optional Flash Units (Speedlights)
The Nikon Creative Lighting System (CLS)
Other Accessories
Approved Memory Cards
Attaching a Power Connector and AC Adapter
Caring for the Camera
The Low-Pass Filter
Caring for the Camera and Battery: Cautions
Available Settings
Memory Card Capacity
Exposure Program
Shooting (All Modes)
Shooting (P, S, A, M)
Error Messages
Battery Life
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D3000RM Nikon

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