Nikon D3000 User Manual (en)

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Basic Setup
A language-selection dialog will be displayed the first time the camera is turned on. 
Choose a language and set the time and date. Photographs can not be taken until 
you have set the time and date.
1
Turn the camera on.
A language-selection dialog will be displayed.
2
Select a language.
Press 
1 or 3 to highlight the desired language 
and press 
J.
3
Choose a time zone.
Press 
4 or 2 to highlight the local time zone (the 
UTC field shows the difference between the 
selected time zone and Coordinated Universal 
Time, or UTC, in hours) and press 
J.
4
Choose a date format.
Press 
1 or 3 to choose the order in which the 
year, month, and day will be displayed. Press 
to proceed to the next step.
5
Turn daylight saving time on or off.
Daylight saving time is off by default; if daylight 
saving time is in effect in the local time zone, 
press 
1 to highlight On and press J.
6
Set the date and time.
The dialog shown at right will be displayed. 
Press 
4 or 2 to select an item, 1 or 3 to change. 
Press 
J to set the clock and exit to shooting 
mode.
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The Camera Clock
The camera clock is less accurate than most watches and household clocks.
 
Check the clock 
regularly against more accurate time pieces and reset as necessary.