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Nikon D3200 Digital Field Guide by Alan Hess

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Viewing Your Images

After you take your photographs, you want to look at them, and show them off to friends and family. The Nikon D3200 allows you to view your images on the back of the camera, and if the LCD screen is too small, the camera can be connected to regular and HD televisions. The images can also be presented on an Android device using the optional wireless adapter.

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9.1 The D3200 has an LCD screen for viewing your images.

On the camera

The easiest and most convenient place to view your images is on the camera. The 3-inch LCD screen has a very high resolution and a 160-degree viewing angle. To view the images on the camera, turn it on, and then press the Playback button (playback2.eps) at the top left on the back. The last image taken is shown on the screen, and by pressing the multi-selector left (selectleft.eps) and right (selectright.eps), you can scroll through the rest of the images on the memory card.

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9.2 When viewing your images on the back of the camera, you can see a lot of data about them.

Once an image is ...

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