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Mastering the Nikon D5000 by Darrell Young

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Print Set

(User’s Manual pages 136-144)

At first I thought it odd that Nikon chose to put printing functions in the Playback Menu. Then I thought about it and realized that printing is a permanent form of image playback. You play (print) the images to your printer and then “chimp” (view) them without battery power!

Before we get further into this section, let’s take a look at the external camera controls we’ll be using to set various features (see Figure 5-17).

Here is a list of controls with list numbers matching the screen numbers in Figure 5-17:

  • MENU button

  • Multi Selector and OK button (in the middle of the Multi Selector)

  • Thumbnail/playback zoom out button

  • Playback zoom in button

Now, let talk about how this non-computer printing system works.

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