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Saving a picture that is zoomed in.

clovis29

fond du lac, US
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clovis29 Silver Member Nikonian since 02nd Mar 2010
Tue 02-Mar-10 12:54 AM

Hi...I have a D5000 & I recently shoot some pictures of a bald eagle in flight.Using the zoom feature on the camera can I save a picture in the zoomed in state & transfer it that way to my computer or have it printed as such? I also have Nikon transfer & Nikon nx but at this point I cannot figure out how to save retouched photos or pictures that are altered to my liking. Yes I am new to D-SLR's.

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MEMcD

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#1. "RE: Saving a picture that is zoomed in." | In response to Reply # 0

MEMcD Moderator In depth knowledge in various areas Nikonian since 24th Dec 2007
Tue 02-Mar-10 04:11 PM

Hi Alan,

Welcome to Nikonians!
You can use the in camera Retouch menu (see pages 174-189 in the D5000 Users Manual)in the camera to resize or crop the image using the trim function (page 177).
Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!

Best Regards,
Marty

clovis29

fond du lac, US
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#2. "RE: Saving a picture that is zoomed in." | In response to Reply # 1

clovis29 Silver Member Nikonian since 02nd Mar 2010
Wed 03-Mar-10 12:47 AM

Marty....Thanks for the info.,it sure helps when your new (like me) to digital photography.

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MEMcD

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#3. "RE: Saving a picture that is zoomed in." | In response to Reply # 2

MEMcD Moderator In depth knowledge in various areas Nikonian since 24th Dec 2007
Wed 03-Mar-10 03:39 PM

Hi Alan,

You are very welcome!
We all started at the same point! Once you get some time behind the lens, you will be answering questions too!
Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!

Best Regards,
Marty

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