By David D. Busch
Are you bored with squinting on the tiny colour coded tables and difficult-to-read textual content you discover at the ordinary laminated reference card that you simply retain with you if you end up within the box or on place? good throw away your cheat sheets and command playing cards! DAVID BUSCH'S COMPACT box advisor FOR THE NIKON D5100 is your answer. This new, lay-flat, spiral sure, reference consultant condenses the entire must-have details you wish whereas capturing right into a transportable e-book you want to completely tuck into your digital camera bag. you will find each settings alternative on your Nikon D5100 indexed, in addition to recommendation on why you need to use--or no longer use--each adjustment. priceless tables offer urged settings for a wide selection of taking pictures occasions, together with landscapes, photos, activities, close-ups, and commute. With this consultant available, you may have the entire info you wish at your fingertips so that you can hopefully use your digital camera on-the-go.
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10, right. 10 Highlights screen (left), RGB histogram (right). ■ ■ Shooting Data 1. This is the first in a series of three screens that collectively provide everything else you might want to know about a picture you’ve taken. 11 (left), because the information in the first seven lines in the screen should be obvious. Shooting Data 2. This screen shows white balance data and adjustments, the color space you’ve selected, and lists any Picture Control tweaks you’ve entered. 11 Shooting Data 1 (left); Shooting Data 2 (right).
Press the Zoom In button again to return to the date list calendar when you want to select a different date. Preview an image. In the thumbnail list, when you’ve highlighted an image you want to look at, press the Zoom In button to see an enlarged view of that image without leaving the calendar view mode. The zoomed image replaces the date list. Delete images. Pressing the Trash button deletes a highlighted image in the thumbnail list. ). 7 Calendar view allows you to browse through all images on your memory card taken on a certain date.
Playing Back Images Here are the basics involved in reviewing images on the LCD screen (or on a television screen you have connected with a cable). ■ ■ ■ ■ Start review. To begin review, press the Playback button at the upper-right corner of the back of the D5100. The most recently viewed image will appear on the LCD. Playback folder. Image review generally shows you the images in the currently selected folder on your Secure Digital card. A given card can contain several folders (a new one is created anytime you exceed 999 images in the current folder).