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David Busch’s Nikon® V1: Guide to Digital Movie Making and Still Photography by David D. Busch

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2Nikon V1 Quick Start

Now it’s time to fire up your Nikon V1 and take some photos. The easy part is turning on the power—the Off/On button is on the top side, just southwest of the large shutter release button. Turn on the camera, and, if you mounted a lens and inserted a fresh battery and memory card—as I prompted you in the last chapter—you’re ready to begin. Of course, if your lens is manually retractable, you’ll need to press the release button on the lens and rotate it into the shooting position. A handy reminder on the display screen will alert you that this step is necessary. Unretracting the lens will also turn the camera on for you if it happens to be powered down. Then, you’ll need to select a release mode, exposure mode, metering mode, ...

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