Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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D-lighting brightens shadows, making it ideal for dark or backlit photographs.
Press 
1 or 3 to choose the amount of correction performed. 
The effect can be previewed in the edit display. Press 
J to copy 
the photograph.
This option is used to correct “red-eye” caused by the flash, and is available only with 
photographs taken using the flash. The photograph selected for red-eye correction 
can be previewed in the edit display. Confirm the effects of red-eye correction and 
create a copy as described in the following table. Note that red-eye correction may 
not always produce the expected results and may in very rare circumstances be 
applied to portions of the image that are not affected by red-eye; check the preview 
thoroughly before proceeding.
D-Lighting
G button
➜ N retouch menu
Before
After
Red-Eye Correction
G button
➜ N retouch menu
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Description
Zoom in
X (T) Press X (T) to zoom in, W (S) to zoom 
out. While photo is zoomed in, use multi 
selector to view areas of image not visible in 
monitor. Keep multi selector pressed to scroll 
rapidly to other areas of frame. Navigation 
window is displayed when zoom buttons or 
multi selector is pressed; area currently 
visible in monitor is indicated by yellow border. Press 
J to cancel 
zoom.
Zoom out
W (S)
View other 
areas of image
Cancel zoom
J
Create copy
J
If the camera detects red-eye in the selected photograph, a copy will 
be created that has been processed to reduce its effects. No copy 
will be created if the camera is unable to detect red-eye.