Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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The Retouch Menu: 
Creating Retouched Copies
To display the retouch menu, press 
G and select the N (retouch menu) tab.
The options in the retouch menu are used to create trimmed or retouched copies of 
existing pictures. The retouch menu is only displayed when a memory card 
containing photographs is inserted in the camera (note that if the memory card is 
being used to store both RAW/NEF and JPEG copies of the same photographs as 
described on page 93, retouch other than Image overlay and NEF (RAW) 
processing
 apply only to the JPEG copies).
1 Can only be selected by pressing 
G and selecting N tab.
2 Only  available  if 
J or c (b) is pressed in full-frame playback when a retouched image or 
original is displayed.
G button
Option
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D-Lighting
Red-eye correction
Trim
Monochrome
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Filter effects
Color balance
Image overlay
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NEF (RAW) processing
Resize
Quick retouch
Straighten
Distortion control
Fisheye
Color outline
Color sketch
Perspective control
Miniature effect
Selective color
Edit movie
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Option
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Retouching Copies
Most options can be applied to copies created using other retouch options, although with 
the exceptions of Image overlay and Edit movie > Choose start/end point each option 
can be applied only once (note that multiple edits may result in loss of detail). Options that 
can not be applied to the current image are grayed out and unavailable.
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Image Quality
Except in the case of copies created with TrimImage overlayNEF (RAW) processing, and 
Resize, copies created from JPEG images are the same size and quality as the original, while 
copies created from NEF (RAW) photos are saved as large fine-quality JPEG images. Size-
priority compression is used when copies are saved in JPEG format.