Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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“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 
HighNormalLow, and Off.
If On is selected, photographs taken at shutter speeds slower 
than 1 s will be processed to reduce noise (bright spots, 
randomly-spaced bright pixels, or fog). The time required for 
processing roughly doubles; during processing, “
l m” 
will flash in the shutter speed/aperture displays and pictures 
can not be taken (if the camera is turned off before 
processing is complete, the picture will be saved but noise 
reduction will not be performed). In continuous release 
mode, frame rates will slow and while photographs are being processed, the capacity 
of the memory buffer will drop. Long exposure noise reduction is not available 
during movie recording.
Photographs taken at high ISO sensitivities can be processed to reduce “noise.”
Vignette Control
G button
➜ C shooting menu
A
Vignette Control
Depending on the scene, shooting conditions, and type of lens, 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 movies (
0 57), multiple exposures (0 160), or DX-format images (0 89).
Long Exposure NR 
(Long Exposure Noise Reduction)
G button
➜ C shooting menu
High ISO NR
G button
➜ C shooting menu
Option
Description
High
Reduce noise (randomly-spaced bright pixels, lines, or fog), particularly in 
photographs taken at high ISO sensitivities. Choose the amount of noise reduction 
performed from HighNormal, and Low.
Normal
Low
Off
Noise reduction is only performed at ISO sensitivities of ISO 2500 and higher. The 
amount of noise reduction is less than the amount performed when Low is selected 
for High ISO NR.