Nikon D70 Manual: When To Use Shooting Options

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When to Use Shooting Options

The following fi gure illustrates when to use the shooting options described
in this chapter.
Photos "grainy" when enlarged?
Files too big for e-mail?
Need to get more pictures on a
memory card?
Shutter response too slow?
Photos out of focus?
Want to shoot a self-portrait?
Photos blurred by camera shake?
Want to shoot at default settings?
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Image Quality and Size (
Choose high settings for quality
and size when taking photos that
will be enlarged, lower settings
when taking photos for electronic
distribution or to save space on the
memory card.
Shooting Mode (
Take photographs one at a time or
in a continuous burst.
Focus (
64–74)
Give priority to accurate focus or
shutter response. Select how focus
area is chosen and whether to fo-
cus manually or automatically.
Self-Timer (
105–106)
Delay shutter release until after the
shutter-release button is pressed.
Remote Control (
Use the optional remote control for
taking photos at a distance.
Two-Button Reset (
Reset shooting options to default
values.
41–45)
62–63)
107–110)
111)

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