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cjara Registered since 27th Sep 2009Sun 27-Sep-09 09:04 PM
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"Missing scenes on D5000"


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I'm sure I am doing something wrong and this is my first slr camera but I can't find some scenes that are in the manual.

My camera seems to be missing the following scenes
Portrait
child
sports
closeup
night portrait
landscape

Can someone point me to the location of these scenes?

THANKS

  

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gkaiseril Gold Member Nikonian since 28th Oct 2005Sun 27-Sep-09 09:40 PM
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Welcome to Nikonians,

The "Portrait", "Landscape", "Child", "Sports", "Closeup", and "Night portrait" are all on your camera's mode dial just before the "Scene" option. You use the "Mode" dial to select these options and the "Scene" mode to select the additional; options of "Night landscape", "Party/Indoor", "Beach/Snow", "Sunset", etc.See page 33 of your D7000 manual for more information. These scenes are the standard vari program modes on older Nikon dSLRs and the "Scene" option has new modes that are not available to the older dSLRs.

Nikon dSLRs are very sophisticated and acquainting yourself to the camera by reading the beginning parts of the user manual is important.

George
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cjara Registered since 27th Sep 2009Sun 27-Sep-09 10:02 PM
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#2. "RE: Missing scenes on D5000"
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THANKS! I was just playing around with those settings.


>Welcome to Nikonians,
>
>The "Portrait", "Landscape",
>"Child", "Sports", "Closeup",
>and "Night portrait" are all on your camera's mode
>dial just before the "Scene" option. You use the
>"Mode" dial to select these options and the
>"Scene" mode to select the additional; options of
>"Night landscape", "Party/Indoor",
>"Beach/Snow", "Sunset", etc.See page 33 of
>your D7000 manual for more information. These scenes are the
>standard vari program modes on older Nikon dSLRs and the
>"Scene" option has new modes that are not available
>to the older dSLRs.
>
>Nikon dSLRs are very sophisticated and acquainting yourself to
>the camera by reading the beginning parts of the user manual
>is important.
>

  

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ionphoenix Registered since 10th Aug 2009Fri 02-Oct-09 01:27 AM
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#3. "RE: Missing scenes on D5000"
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http://www.nikondigitutor.com/index_eng.html

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