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Image Rotation

By default, the D70 records camera orientation
with each photograph taken. This allows "tall"
(portrait) orientation photographs to be displayed
in the correct orientation when played back on
the camera or viewed using the supplied software
or Nikon Capture 4 version 4.1 or later. If de-
sired, this feature can be turned off while taking
photographs with the lens pointed up or down, when the camera may fail
to record the correct orientation. Highlight Image rotation in the setup
menu (
155) and press the multi selector to the right.
selector up or down to highlight the desired option, then press the multi
selector to the right.
Option
Camera records whether shots are in landscape (wide) orientation, por-
trait (tall) orientation with the camera rotated 90 ° clockwise, or portrait
(tall) orientation with the camera rotated 90 ° counter-clockwise.
Automatic
(default)
Landscape (wide)
Camera orientation is not recorded. Nikon Capture 4 version 4.1 or
later and software provided with camera display all photographs in
landscape (wide) orientation, and camera rotation icon in Nikon Cap-
Off
ture 4 Camera Control shows camera in horizontal (landscape) orienta-
tion. Choose this option when taking photographs with lens pointing
up or lens pointing down.
* In continuous mode (
in same burst, even if camera orientation is changed during shooting.
Rotate Tall (
"Tall" orientation photographs taken with Automatic selected for image rotation will
only be displayed in tall orientation in the camera monitor if Yes is selected for Rotate
tall.
168
orientation
62), orientation recorded for fi rst shot applies to all images
126)
Description
Camera rotated 90 °
clockwise
Image rotation
Automatic
OK
Off
Press the multi
*
Camera rotated 90 °
counter-clockwise

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