Eme 6205 Creating A Teaching Tool

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  • This presentation can be used to help students familiarize themselves with the digital camera they will be using in class.
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  • Eme 6205 Creating A Teaching Tool

    1. 1. The Nikon COOLPIX <br />Using Your Digital Camera<br />
    2. 2. Camera Parts<br />Batteries<br />Tripod Socket<br />Memory Card<br />
    3. 3. Navigating the Menus<br />The menu button will allow you to adjust your shots for picture options like size, lighting, and coloring. <br />To do this, you will press the menu button and then use the arrows to navigate through the preferences.<br />Once you have made a selection, press ok.<br />
    4. 4. Mode Dial<br />Portrait Assist<br />Scene – Select a scene according to conditions.<br />Landscape Assist<br />Auto – Use this mode to take pictures.<br />Sports Assist<br />Night Portrait Assist<br />Movie – Use this to make movies with sound.<br />Setup – Use this for tasks like setting the calendar/clock.<br />
    5. 5. The Shutter Release<br />Your camera has a two stage shutter-release button.<br />Halfway Press – Press the shutter-release button halfway to focus.<br />Full Press – To take the picture, press the shutter-release button the rest of the way down.<br />A green light next to the viewfinder will light up when focus operation is complete.<br />
    6. 6. Batteries<br />Your camera takes 2 AA Alkaline batteries.<br />A red light next to the viewfinder will light up when it is time to change the batteries.<br />Tips:<br />Turn the camera off before you replace the batteries.<br />Do not use damaged batteries (leakage or peeling).<br />If the camera will be used continuously, you may wish to use an EH-62B AC adapter. ONLY this type of battery is to be used to avoid overheating and damage.<br />
    7. 7. Saving Your Pictures<br />You can save pictures in one of two ways:<br />Internal Memory<br />If no card has been inserted, the camera will automatically save your pictures to its internal memory.<br />The internal memory is about 14 MB.<br />Memory Card<br />If a card has been inserted, the camera will automatically save pictures to the card.<br />Memory cards come in all different sizes, choose the one that best fits your needs.<br />
    8. 8. Using a Memory Card<br />Turn the camera off.<br />Open the memory slot cover.<br />Insert the memory card (see image) straight without bending.Turning the card upside down or backwards may damage the camera.<br />Close the cover.<br />Use the menu button to format the card before using.<br />To remove the memory card, turn the camera off and press the card. The card will partially eject so you can pull it out. <br />

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