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Nikon® D7000™ by J. Dennis Thomas

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CHAPTER 16

Viewing and In-camera Editing

With the D7000's bright, 3-inch, Hi-res, 930,000-dot VGA LCD monitor, you can view your images and even use the in-camera editing features that allow you to save some time in post-processing. These features give you the option to fine-tune your images for printing without ever having to download your images to a computer. You can even process RAW files right inside the D7000 and save the results directly to the memory card. Nikon has made enhancing your photos much more simple and fun.

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The Retouch menu allows you to edit your images without a computer.

Viewing Your Images

The Nikon D7000 offers three ways to view your images while the memory card is still inserted in the camera. You can view the images directly on the LCD monitor on the camera or you can hook up your camera to a standard TV using the included EG-DG2 A/V cable. The D7000 also has an HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) output. With a Type C mini HDMI connector (available separately at most electronics stores) you can view your photos or even your HD video in full High Definition right on your HDTV.

When you're viewing images on an external device such as a TV, the view is the same as would normally be displayed on the LCD monitor. The camera's buttons and dials function exactly the same.

Standard TV

Before connecting the camera to a standard TV, you need to set the ...

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