The Setup pages allow
more detailed control over camera operation (rather than image / photographic
control). The menu itself is spread over two pages which are accessed
by scrolling down off the bottom of one page (as indicated by the
small white down arrow here).
Record Setup Menu Summary Map
The map below is a summary of menu options in record mode, click on the
menu option heading to jump to more detailed information about the option
or simply scroll down to browse through the options (across the next three
The Folders menu allows
you to select, create, rename and delete folders on the storage card.
By default the camera will create one NIKON folder, simply select
"Options" to create a new folder, this is useful for categorising
your photos or separating them.
NIKON - select this folder (more folders
would be listed below here)
Set LCD monitor display
Display mode - Monitor On (LCD monitor
on by default), Review Only (Monitor off by default, on to review
image after shot, Preview Ony (Monitor on by default, no review
image is displayed), Monitor Off (Monitor is off by default,
no review image is displayed)
Brightness - set monitor brightness, total
of five levels
Hue - set monitor hue, total of eleven
Sets various camera control
Memorize - sets which controls settings
are memorized after power-off, settings which can be memorized
are: Flash mode, Focus mode, Exposure mode and Exposure compensation.
Func 1 - program the action of the FUNC1
button: Exposure mode (default), Focus mode, Flash mode, White
balance, Exposure compensation, Metering mode
Func 2 - program the action of the FUNC2
button: Exposure mode, Focus mode, Flash moed, White balance,
Exposure compensation (default), Metering mode
Sets various zoom options:
Digital Tele - If set to "On"
the camera will implement a digital zoom if the Tele button
is held down after full optical zoom is reached, digital zoom
levels are: x1.2 - x4.0 in x0.2 steps.
Startup Position - controls the position
(focal length) of the cameras zoom at startup, either the last
zoom position, full wide (38 mm) or full tele (152 mm).
Fixed Aperture - when enabled the camera
will maintain the same aperture throughout the zoom range (normally
aperture size reduces with greater zoom). This feature is useful
when using studio lights or third party flash systems which
require manual aperture programming.