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Nikon D3200 Digital Field Guide by Alan Hess

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The Shooting Menu

The Shooting menu (shooting.eps) is where the image size and quality, white balance, and ISO are all located. All of these, of course, affect the outcome of your images. Many of these settings are accessed from the information display that is covered in Chapter 1. When the Shooting menu (shooting.eps) is selected, the name of the menu appears at the top of the screen and the Shooting menu icon (shooting.eps) is highlighted in green, as shown in Figure 3.5.

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3.5 The selected menu option in the Shooting menu is highlighted in yellow; here, Image quality is selected.

Reset Shooting menu

This resets the Shooting menu to the factory specifications. If you have changed several settings and aren’t sure of the defaults, or if you just want to start over with the settings, select Yes from this menu.

CAUTION If you reset the Shooting menu settings, be aware that this also resets the Picture Control System settings to their defaults.

Set Picture Control

This menu is where you set the Picture Control System settings. Begin by selecting one of the following six options: Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Portrait, ...

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