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D70-English Manual

D70-English Manual

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The D70 supports the following image quality options (listed in descending
order by image quality and file size):

Option

Description

NEF (Raw)

(RAW)

Raw 12-bit data from CCD are saved directly to memory
card in compressed Nikon Electronic Image Format (NEF).

JPEG Normal

(NORM)

Normal image quality, suited to most ap-
plications.

JPEG Fine

(FINE)

Fine image quality, suitable for enlargements
or high-quality prints.

JPEG Basic

(BASIC)

Basic image quality, suitable to distribution
by e-mail or use in web pages.

NEF+JPEG
Basic

(RAW BASIC)

Two images are recorded, one NEF (RAW) image and one
basic-quality JPEG image. Image size ( 43) automatically
set to L; JPEG image is 3,008 × 2,000 pixels in size.

NEF (Raw) / NEF + JPEG

NEF images can only be viewed using PictureProject or Nikon Capture 4 version 4.1 or
later ( 191). When photographs taken at NEF + JPEG Basic are viewed on the cam-
era, only the JPEG image will be displayed. When photographs taken at NEF + JPEG
Basic
are deleted, both NEF and JPEG images will be deleted.

File Names

Photographs are stored as image files with names of the form “DSC_nnnn.xxx,”
where nnnn is a four-digit number between 0001 and 9999 as signed automatically in
ascending order by the camera, and xxx is one of the following three letter extensions:
“NEF” for NEF images, “JPG” for JPEG im ag es, and “NDF” for Dust Off ref photos
( 166). The NEF and JPEG files recorded at a setting of NEF + JPEG Basic have the
same file names but different extensions. Images recorded at an Optimize image >
Color mode setting of II (Adobe RGB) have names that begin with an underbar, e.g.,
“_DSC0001.JPG” ( 56).

Format

NEF

JPEG

NEF+
JPEG

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Medium
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Low
Low
(1 : 4)
(1 : 4)

High
High
(1 : 16)
(1 : 16)

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Image quality can be set using the Image quality option in the shooting
menu or by pressing the QUAL button and rotating the main command dial.

The Image Quality Menu

1 Highlight Im age quality in the shooting
menu ( 132) and press the multi selector to
the right.

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NORM

OFF

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Optimize image
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Image quality
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Image size
White bal.
ISO

2 High light the de sired op tion and press the
multi se lec tor to the right. The shooting menu
will be displayed.

RAW

FINE

NORM

BASIC

RAW+B

NEF(Raw)

JPEG Fine

JPEG Normal

JPEG Basic

NEF+JPEG Basic

Image quality

OK

The QUAL Button

When the monitor is off, image quality can be
set by pressing the QUAL button and rotating the
main command dial. Image quality is displayed in
the control panel:

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