Nikon d3s User Manual (en)

Photographs are saved using file names consisting of “DSC_” or, in 
the case of images that use the Adobe RGB color space, “_DSC”, 
followed by a four-digit number and a three-letter extension 
(e.g., “DSC_0001.JPG”). The File naming option is used to select 
three letters to replace the “DSC” portion of the file name. For 
information on editing file names, see steps 2 and 3 of “Renaming 
Shooting Menu Banks” (
0 286). Note that the portion of the name 
that can be edited is a maximum of three characters long.
“Vignetting” is a drop in brightness at the edges of a photograph. 
Vignette control reduces vignetting for type G and D lenses (DX 
and PC lenses excluded). Its effects vary from lens to lens and are 
most noticeable at maximum aperture. Choose from High
NormalLow, and Off.
File Naming
G button
➜ C shooting menu
The following extensions are used: “.NEF” for NEF (RAW) images, “.TIF” 
for TIFF (RGB) images, “.JPG” for JPEG images, “.AVI” for movies, and 
“.NDF” for dust off reference data. In each pair of photographs recorded 
at image-quality settings of NEF (RAW)+JPEG, the NEF and JPEG images 
have the same file names but different extensions.
Vignette Control
G button
➜ C shooting menu
Vignette Control
Depending on the scene, shooting conditions, and type of lens, TIFF 
and JPEG images may exhibit noise (fog) or variations in peripheral 
brightness, while custom Picture Controls and preset Picture Controls 
that have been modified from default settings may not produce the 
desired effect. Take test shots and view the results in the monitor. 
Vignette control does not apply to multiple exposures (
0 202), DX-
format images (
0 78), or images created with Image overlay (0 349). 
Vignette control does not apply to movies and its effects can not be 
previewed in live view (
0 54).