Nikon Df Review
In the Setup menu you'll find options for configuring the camera's basic settings such as date/time and monitor brightness, as well as more advanced options like AF fine-tuning.
|Option||Values / Actions||Notes|
|Format memory card|| Yes
|Monitor brightness|| Brightness (-5 to +5)|
|Auto info display|| On
|Whether shooting information is displayed on the LCD when you release a halfway-pressed shutter.|
|Clean image sensor|| Clean now
Clean at startup
Clean at shutdown
Clean at startup & shutdown
|Lock mirror up for cleaning|| Start|
|Image Dust Off ref photo|| Start
Clean sensor and start
|Capture a ' reference image' for the 'Dust Off' feature of Capture NX2.|
|Flicker reduction|| • Auto
• 50 Hz
• 60 Hz
|Time zone and date|| Time zone
Date and time
Daylight saving time
|Language|| Set language|
|Auto image rotation|| On
|Image comment|| Done
|When enabled the comment is written into the header of each image.|
|Copyright Information|| Done
Attach copyright information
|Information is stored as metadata.|
|Save/load settings|| Save settings
|Virtual horizon|| (Display)|
|Non-CPU lens data|| Done
Lens number (1 - 9)
Focal length (6 - 4000)
Max aperture (F1.2 - F22)
Exposure meter coupling (AI, non-AI)
|For older manual focus lenses that do not provide electronic communication to the camera.|
|AF fine tune|| AF fine tune (On/Off)
Saved value (+/- 20)
Default (+/- 20)
List saved values
|HDMI|| Output resolution
|For use with the optional GP-1 and GP-1A GPS units.|
|Assign remote Fn button|| Same as camera Fn button
Same as camera Pv button
Same as camera AE/AF lock button
|For use with the WR-1 and WR-R10/WR-T10 remote controllers.|
|Wireless mobile adapter|| Enable
|Turn on the optional WU-1a Wi-Fi adapter.|
|Firmware Version|| Version No.
|Information display only.|
The Retouch menu offers a collection of editing presets for post-capture processing of your images. NEF files can be selected for more extensive processing in which you can adjust the camera's currently configured image size, quality and color settings.
|Option||Values / Actions||Notes|
|D-Lighting|| Select image
|Red-eye correction|| Select image|
|Trim|| Select image
Zoom / Scroll
|Filter effects|| Skylight
|Color balance|| Select image
|Image overlay|| Image 1
|NEF (RAW) processing|| Select image
High ISO NR
|Apply in-camera adjustments to a NEF file to create a re-processed JPEG.|
|Resize|| Select image
2304 x 1536; 3.5MB
1920 x 1280; 2.5MB
1280 x 856; 1.1MB
960 x 640; 0.6MB
640 x 424; 0.3MB
|Quick retouch|| Select image
|Straighten|| Select image (+/-20 adj)|
|Distortion control|| Auto
Select image (+/-5 adj)
|Fisheye|| Select image (slider adj)|
|Color outline|| Select image
|Color sketch|| Select image
Vividness (+/-1 adj)
Outlines (+/-1 adj)
|Perspective control|| Select image (+/-20 adj)|
|Miniature effect|| Select image||Define area to remain in focus.|
|Selective color|| Select image||Select/adjust up to 3 colors.|
Here you can store a customized selection of menu items for quick access. You do so by using the 'Add items' menu to select among a list of available options from each of the other five menu categories. Alternatively, you can swap this tab for one that populates itself with your most recently used menu items.
|Option||Values / Actions||Notes|
|Add items|| Select items
Custom setting menu
|Remove items|| Select item to remove|
|Rank items|| Select item to re-order|
|Choose tab|| My menu
|Swap menus displayed in the tab.|
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