Nikon 1546 User Manual (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 retouch menu is used to create trimmed or retouched copies of the photographs 
on the memory card, and is only available when a memory card containing 
photographs is inserted in the camera. Movies can not be retouched.
G button
Option
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Option
0
D-Lighting
1
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Quick retouch
1
185
Red-eye correction
1
176
Straighten
185
Trim
177
Distortion control
185
Monochrome
1
178
Fisheye
185
Filter effects
1
178
Color outline
186
Color balance
1
179
Perspective control
186
Small picture
180
Stop-motion movie
2
187
Image overlay
2
182
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Side-by-side 
comparison
3
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NEF (RAW) 
processing
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1 Not available with photographs taken with Monochrome selected for Set Picture Control 
or JPEG copies of NEF (RAW) images created with Monochrome selected for Set Picture 
Control 
(cross screen filter effects can be applied to monochrome images).
2 Can only be selected by pressing 
G button and selecting N tab.
3 Available only if 
J button is pressed in full-frame playback when a retouched image or 
original is displayed.
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Retouching Copies
Up to ten effects can in most cases be applied in succession to a single image, although with 
the exception of Image overlay each option can only be applied 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 TrimSmall pictureImage overlayNEF (RAW) 
processing
, and Stop-motion movie, 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. Time stamps added with Custom Setting d6 (Date imprint
0 160) may however be cropped out or illegible depending on the retouch options used.