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    No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles or reviews), may be made without written authorization from NIKON CORPORATION.

    Printed in Thailand

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    DIGITAL CAMERA

    User's Manual

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    Nikon Manual Viewer 2Install the Nikon Manual Viewer 2 app on your smartphone or tablet to view Nikon digital camera manuals, anytime, anywhere.

    Nikon Manual Viewer 2 can be downloaded free of charge from the App Store and Google Play.

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  • D7200Model Name: N1406

    To get the most from your camera, please be sure to read all instructions thoroughly and keep them where they will be read by all who use the product.

    The Menu GuideFor more information on menu options and subjects such as how to connect the camera to a printer or television, download the camera Menu Guide from the Nikon website as described below. The Menu Guide is in pdf format and can be viewed using Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat Reader.1 On your computer, launch a web browser and open the Nikon manual

    download site at http://nikonimglib.com/manual/2 Navigate to the page for the desired product and download the

    manual.

    AFor Your SafetyBefore using the camera for the first time, read the safety instructions in For Your Safety (0 xxiii).

  • iSymbols and ConventionsTo make it easier to find the information you need, the following symbols and conventions are used:

    Menu items, options, and messages displayed in the camera monitor are shown in bold.

    Camera SettingsThe explanations in this manual assume that default settings are used.

    D This icon marks cautions; information that should be read before use to prevent damage to the camera.

    A This icon marks notes; information that should be read before using the camera.

    0 This icon marks references to other pages in this manual.

  • ii

    Be sure all items listed here were included with your camera.

    Memory cards are sold separately. Cameras purchased in Japan display menus and messages in English and Japanese only; other languages are not supported. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

    Package Contents

    DK-23 rubber eyecup (0 70)

    BF-1B body cap (0 23, 319)

    D7200 camera (0 1)

    EN-EL15 rechargeable Li-ion battery with terminal cover (0 21, 22)MH-25a battery charger (comes with either an AC wall adapter or power cable of a type and shape that varies with the country or region of sale; 0 21)DK-5 eyepiece cap (0 70)UC-E17 USB cableAN-DC1 BK strap (0 20)

    WarrantyUsers Manual (this guide)

    A ViewNX-i and Capture NX-D SoftwareUse ViewNX-i to copy photos and movies to a computer for viewing. ViewNX-i is available for download from the following website:http://nikonimglib.com/nvnxi/

    Use Capture NX-D to fine-tune pictures that have been copied to a computer and to convert NEF (RAW) images to other formats. Capture NX-D is available for download from:http://nikonimglib.com/ncnxd/

    For the latest information on Nikon software, including system requirements, visit the websites listed on page xix.

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    Package Contents ........................................................................ iiFor Your Safety ............................................................................. xNotices......................................................................................... xivWireless ........................................................................................ xx

    Introduction 1

    Getting to Know the Camera ..................................................... 1The Multi Selector ...................................................................... 15Camera Menus ............................................................................ 16

    Using Camera Menus ........................................................................ 17First Steps .................................................................................... 20

    Basic Photography and Playback 30

    Point-and-Shoot Photography (i and j Modes) ........... 30Basic Playback............................................................................. 39

    Deleting Unwanted Photographs ................................................ 40

    Matching Settings to the Subject or Situation (Scene Mode) 41

    Special Effects 44

    Options Available in Live View ...................................................... 46

    P, S, A, and M Modes 51

    P: Programmed Auto ......................................................................... 52S: Shutter-Priority Auto ..................................................................... 53A: Aperture-Priority Auto.................................................................. 54M: Manual............................................................................................... 56

    Long Time-Exposures (M Mode Only) ................................ 58

    Table of Contents

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    User Settings: U1 and U2 Modes 62

    Saving User Settings .......................................................................... 62Recalling User Settings...................................................................... 64Resetting User Settings..................................................................... 65

    Release Mode 66

    Choosing a Release Mode......................................................... 66Frame Advance Rate .......................................................................... 67

    Self-Timer Mode (E) .................................................................. 69Mirror up Mode (MUP).................................................................. 71

    Image Recording Options 73

    Image Area................................................................................... 73Image Quality and Size.............................................................. 77

    Image Quality ....................................................................................... 77Image Size.............................................................................................. 81

    Using Two Memory Cards......................................................... 82

    Focus 83

    Autofocus..................................................................................... 83Autofocus Mode .................................................................................. 83AF-Area Mode....................................................................................... 86Focus Lock ............................................................................................. 93

    Manual Focus .............................................................................. 97

    ISO Sensitivity 99

    Auto ISO Sensitivity Control.................................................. 102

  • vExposure 105

    Metering .................................................................................... 105Autoexposure Lock.................................................................. 107Exposure Compensation ........................................................ 109

    White Balance 111

    Fine-Tuning White Balance .................................................... 114Choosing a Color Temperature ............................................. 117Preset Manual ........................................................................... 120

    Viewfinder Photography................................................................ 120Live View (Spot White Balance) ................................................... 124Managing Presets ............................................................................. 127

    Image Enhancement 130

    Picture Controls........................................................................ 130Selecting a Picture Control............................................................ 130Modifying Picture Controls ........................................................... 132Creating Custom Picture Controls.............................................. 135

    Preserving Detail in Highlights and Shadows .................... 139Active D-Lighting.............................................................................. 139High Dynamic Range (HDR).......................................................... 141

    Flash Photography 144

    Using the Built-in Flash ........................................................... 144Auto Pop-up Modes......................................................................... 144Manual Pop-up Modes ................................................................... 146

    Flash Compensation................................................................ 151FV Lock ....................................................................................... 153

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    Remote Control Photography 156

    Using an Optional ML-L3 Remote Control.......................... 156Wireless Remote Controllers ................................................. 160

    WR-1 Wireless Remote Controllers ............................................ 160WR-R10/WR-T10 Wireless Remote Controllers ...................... 160

    Recording and Viewing Movies 161

    Recording Movies.................................................................... 161The Live View Display: Movies..................................................... 165Maximum Length............................................................................. 166Indices ............................................................................................