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David Busch’S Compact Field Guide For The Nikon® D5300 by David D. Busch

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Chapter 3Playback and Shooting Menu Settings

The Playback and Shooting menus determine how the D5300 displays images on review, and how it uses many of its shooting features to take a photo. You’ll find the Custom Setting, Setup, Retouch, and My Menu options in Chapter 4.

Anatomy of the Nikon D5300’s Menus

Press the MENU button, located to the left of the viewfinder, to access the menu system. The most recently accessed menu will appear.

Top-level menus. The left-hand column includes an icon representing each of the top-level menu screens. From the top in Figure 3.1, they are Playback (right-pointing triangle icon, blue coding), Shooting (camera icon, green coding), Custom Setting (pencil icon, red coding), Setup (wrench, orange coding), Retouch ...

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