On the back of the camera, you’ll also notice a magnifying glass with a plus and minus. If you press play, and press the plus button, you can zoom into the images that you just took. This helps you determine whether or not you need to take another shot.
The zoom out button allows you to see more images on a single screen. This button also allows you to adjust your ISO. For example, if you are in a museum where you cannot use the flash, you can increase the ISO to 800 or 1600. This allows the camera to use as much available light to illuminate the image.
Another button the rear of the camera is the Trash button. If you took an image that you don’t want to keep, you can use this button to delete the image without actually going into the Menu.
You do, however, need to use your menu as much as possible. Within the Shooting Menu, you can adjust the Image Quality, Image Size, ISO and Active D-Lighting. into the Menu.
You do, however, need to use your menu as much as possible. Within the Shooting Menu, you can adjust the Image Quality, Image Size, ISO and Active D-Lighting. The Active D-Lighting or Adaptive Dynamic Range setting allows you to compensate for areas that are either too bright or too dark.
You also have your Settings Menu, Recent Settings and Playback Menu. Nikon’s also come with an on-camera Retouch Menu. This allows you add effects to your images, including converting them to black and white. You can fix red eye issues or trim off unwanted sections of your image.
You scan through your Menu options and images using the up, down, right and left arrows. When you want to adjust a setting, press OK, which is located in the middle of these arrows. Make your change, and press OK again to return back to the main menu.