Nikon 1546 User Manual (en)

❚❚Movie Settings
To choose movie frame size and sound options:
Select Movie settings.
Press the 
G button to display the menus. 
Highlight Movie settings in the shooting 
menu and press 2.
Choose frame size and sound 
recording options.
To choose a frame size, highlight Quality 
and press 2. Highlight one of the following 
options and press 
J to select:
To turn sound recording on or off, highlight Sound and press 2. To record 
monaural sound with movies, highlight On and press 
J. Select Off to record 
silent movies.
Frame size (pixels)
Maximum length
1280×720 (16:9)
1280 × 720
5 min.
640×424 (3:2)
640 × 424
   20 min.
320×216 (3:2)
320 × 216
Recording Movies
Banding or distortion may be visible in the monitor and in the final movie under fluorescent, 
mercury vapor, or sodium lamps or if the camera is panned horizontally or an object moves 
at high speed through frame. Bright light sources may leave after-images when the camera 
is panned. Jagged edges, false colors, moiré, and bright spots may also appear. When 
recording movies, avoid pointing the camera at the sun or other strong light sources. Failure 
to observe this precaution could result in damage to the camera’s internal circuitry.
Recording ends automatically if the lens is removed. Unless the camera is connected to a TV, 
recording will also end if the monitor is closed.
When used in live view or movie-recording mode for extended 
periods, the temperature of the camera’s internal circuits may rise, 
resulting in image noise and unusual colors (the camera may also 
become noticeably warm, but this does not indicated a malfunction). To prevent damage to 
the camera’s internal circuits, recording will end automatically before the camera overheats. 
A count-down display will appear in the monitor 30 s before shooting ends. At high ambient 
temperatures, this display may appear immediately when live view mode is selected.
Matrix metering is used regardless of the metering method selected.
The camera may record the sound made by VR lenses when vibration reduction is on.
G button