Nikon Coolpix 700 Manual

Nikon Coolpix 700 Manual is aimed to fulfill the needs toward information of both technical or instrumental issue among this digital camera product especially for Nikon Coolpix 700.

The CoolPix 700 is a compact and sturdy camera, shaped for a comfortable & secure grip. It will easily fit in a pocket or purse, or clip onto a belt with its included carrying case.

Combine this with speed, advanced features, ease of use, and demonstrated high quality output. It is quite simple to quickly change the ISO setting from the default 80, up to 100, 160, or 320 – with the resulting changes in shutter speeds and aperture combinations.

(Excellent for available light shots.) And (or) quickly adjust EV in 1/3 steps (plus or minus) to bracket exposures & modify the programmed automatic exposure values. based on lonestardigital information

The Nikon Coolpix 700 is the fixed lens, smaller brother to the Nikon Coolpix 950. The 700 sports many similarities with the 950 including the image sensor, similar internal software, many similar features and the same fast processing and cycle times.

When Nikon Coolpix 700 was firstly released to the market?

Nikon Coolpix 700 is an early digital camera from Nikon released in Feb 15, 1999.

Even if it’s already released quite long time ago, but this product is still relevant for nowadays use, especially for you who likes retro camera kind of style.

Nikon Coolpix 700 Basic Specification

Type of camera Digital Camera E700
CCD 1/2-inch high-density CCD;
Total number of pixels: 2.11 million
Image Size Choice of 2 pixel sizes: 1) 1,600 x 1,200
(UXGA), 2) 640 x 480 (VGA)
Lens Nikkor lens; Multicoated,
5 elements in 4 groups,
aspherical glass lens,
f = 6.8 mm with macro;
(35mm format equivalent: 38),
F 2.6; Fisheye and Wide-angle adapter
can be attached (optional);
Optional step-up ring
required for adapter lenses
Digital zoom 4-step digital zoom:
1.25x / 1.6x / 2x / 2.5x
Autofocus Contrast-detect TTL autofocus,
127-step autofocus control
Focus mode Selectable by menu on LCD
: 1) Continuous AF mode,
2) Single AF mode, 3) Manual
Shooting distance 12 inches (30cm) to infinity,
3.5 inches (9cm) to infinity in macro mode
Exposure metering 3-mode TTL metering,
256-element Matrix,
Spot and Center-Weighted
Shutter Mechanical and charge-coupled
electronic shutter 1/750 to 1 sec.
Aperture Electromagnetic drive
rounded diaphragm opening;
3 steps at F2.6/F3.8/F8.0
Exposure control Programmed Auto Exposure (AE),
Manual exposure compensation
(±2EV in 1/3 EV steps)
Exposure range EV-2~15.5 ISO 100 equivalent
Sensitivity Approx. ISO 80 equivalent
Gain increase available 1) Default (approx. 80),
2) 100 (approx. 100),
3) +1 (approx. 160),
4) +2 (approx. 320)
White balance Automatic TTL homing system,
can be set manually for
1) sunny, 2) cloudy, 3) incandescent,
4) fluorescent, and 5) flash conditions.
Preset white balance available,
which allows users to set white
balance using a white subject,
such as a white card or
sheet of white paper,
prior to actual shooting
Tone curve selection 5 User selectable
image tone curve settings;
1) Standard, 2) Contrast+,
3) Contrast-, 4) Brightness+,
5)Brightness-
Self-timer Selectable 10-second or
3-second duration
Viewfinder Real image optical viewfinder;
Magnification:
0.45x; Frame coverage approx.
85%; LED indication for
Speedlight Ready and Focus Ready
LCD monitor 1.8-inch, 112,000-dot,
TFT LCD Adjustable back light;
Update rate: 30 frames/sec.;
Frame coverage: approx. 97%
Auto power save Factory default 30 seconds
auto shutoff; can be changed to
1, 5, or 30 minutes
Image recording File Format – TIFF RGB
(Uncompressed) or
JPEG (Exif 2.1); 24 bit RGB color
Multiple folders supported –
Folders except for
the default folder can be renamed
Mode – Hi = Uncompressed RGB TIFF,
Fine = 1:4 JPEG,
Normal = 1:8 JPEG,
Basic = 1:16 JPEG (Approx.)
Storage Media – Removable
CompactFlash™ card
Capacity* – Hi = 1 img.,
Fine = 8 imgs.,
Normal = 16 imgs.,
Basic = 32 imgs. (8MB)
* Number of images may vary
depending on the image
captured and the resolution selected.
Shooting mode Fully automatic mode
(A-REC) Programmable manual mode
(M-REC); allows choice of
3 custom settings from among
shooting menu
Shooting menu 1) Metering, 2) Capture mode,
3) Sensitivity, 4) White balance,
5) Tone compensation,
6) Best-shot selector, 7) Monochrome,
8) Digital zoom,
9) Converters (for adapter lenses),
10) Auto file numbering
Best-shot selector Camera takes 10 shots automatically
(within approx. 1.5 fps) and
records the most detailed image of
the shots using anti-jitter logic,
which is effective for telephoto shooting
and macro shooting.
Not available when the Speedlight is on.
Capture mode 1) Single, 2) Continuous,
3) High-speed continuous,
4) Multiple continuous
Capture Speed 1) Single mode: Approx.
1 fps for full-size or smaller size images.
Users need to release the
shutter button after every shot.
2) Continuous mode:
Approx. 1.5 fps for full size or
smaller size images up to 10 images.
Camera captures 1 frame every 0.8 sec.
when the shutter button is depressed.
3) High-speed continuous mode:
Approx 2 fps for VGA size images
up to 60 images.
Camera captures 1 VGA size image
every 0.5 sec.
when the shutter button is depressed.
Image size is fixed in
VGA in this mode.
4) Multiple continuous:
Approx. 2 fps. Camera captures
16 continuous images and
puts all 16 into
1 full-size image frame.
Built-in Speedlight Guide number – 23 feet (at ISO 100)
Flash modes – 1) Auto-flash,
2) Flash-off, 3) Force-fill flash,
4) Slow-sync and
5) Red-eye reduction Flashes for 0.8 sec.
before main flash
Playback function 1) 1 Frame, 2) Thumbnails,
3) Slide show,
4) 2x or 3x zoom
playback with panning capability.
Hide and protect attributes
can be set for each image
Delete function Deletes all frames or
selected frames
Platform Windows® 95/98, NT4.0 or
later, Macintosh® OS 7.6.1 or later
Interface Serial interface
(Windows: 115 kbps,
Macintosh: 230 kbps)
Video output NTSC video signal output
for image display on
standard TV set

Nikon Coolpix 700 Manual

How much the price when Nikon Coolpix 700 firstly released?

In the first release, The Nikon Coolpix 700 pricing set at nearly half the price of the 950.

Now, if you’re interested to own this compact digital camera device, you can get it in several online stores by paying about unknown price for Nikon Coolpix 700.

Nikon Coolpix 700 Manual

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