Readme2.txt Driver File Contents (NCapt111.zip)

Limitations When Using the Nikon Capture with the D1

This readme document describes the limitations that are in effect when 
using Nikon Capture with the Nikon digital camera D1.  Throughout this 
document, the word "camera" refers to the Nikon D1.

We recommend you to read other two readme files that had been installed 
with your Nikon Capture software. The "Readme1.txt" file gives you 
important general information about Nikon Capture as well as the camera 
and the "Readme3.htm" file describes some of detailed information related to 
the Nikon Color Management system that is implemented in your Nikon 
Capture software.
 
1. When the camera is connected to Nikon Capture (the mode dial is set to 
"PC"), the camera will remain active for the amount of time indicated in the 
Preferences Dialog.  When the software is installed, this is set to 15 
minutes.  After 15 minutes of inactivity, the camera will go into a "sleep" 
mode.  At this time, the camera will disconnect from Nikon Capture, and the 
green connection indicator will change to red.  It is not possible to 
reactivate the camera through the software.  To reactivate the camera, you 
need to perform some function on the camera body, such as half-pressing 
the shutter-release button.

2. Nikon Capture does not have the ability to display the contents of the 
camera's viewfinder.  Please use the camera's viewfinder to frame the 
scene and to confirm focus.  The simulated LCD panel in the Camera 
Control Window in Nikon Capture is not exactly the same as the LCD 
displayed in the camera's viewfinder.  The focus indicator and frame 
counter are not shown in Nikon Capture.

3. You can change the tone compensation by using Custom Setting #24.  
This function also allows you to define your own tone compensation curve, 
using the "Edit Camera Curves Dialog" in Nikon Capture.  When using your 
own tone compensation curve, that curve will be used for JPEG (Fine, 
Normal, and Basic) and TIFF (RGB and YCbCr) data formats.  The curve 
will NOT be used for images using the RAW data format.  When the RAW 
data format is selected, the "Normal" tone compensation curve will be 
used.

4. Pressing the "Shoot" button or the "AF and Shoot" button in the Camera 
Control Window will always take a single shot on the camera.  In order to 
use continuous shooting mode when connected to Nikon Capture, please 
follow these steps:
	a. Open the Camera Control Window in Nikon Capture.
	b. Click on the "Mechanical" tab.
	c. Set the Shooting Mode to "Continuous"
	    (or set CSM #30 to "C" on the camera)
	d. Shoot by using the camera's shutter-release button.

5. When the camera is not connected to Nikon Capture, and you are 
shooting in continuous shooting mode, the camera's top control panel will 
display the number of shots can be taken continuously, which also means 
number of images remaining in the camera's temporary memory buffer.  
When connected to Nikon Capture, this value will not be displayed on the 
camera or in Nikon Capture.

6. The "Shoot" and "AF and Shoot" buttons in the Camera Control Window 
cannot be used when the shutter speed is set "bulb".  In this case, you need 
to use the shutter-release button on the camera.

7. Images cannot be saved on the camera's CF card while the camera is 
connected to Nikon Capture.  When connected, all images are transferred 
to the computer.

8. The power switch, focus mode selector dial, metering selector, and 
depth-of-field preview button on the camera cannot be controlled by Nikon 
Capture.

9. When the focus mode on the camera is set to single servo AF, and you 
press the "Shoot" button in the Camera Control Window, an autofocus is 
always done before shooting.  This action is not affected by Custom Setting 
#4.

10. When the focus mode on the camera is set to continuous servo AF, the 
"Shoot" and "AF and Shoot" buttons in the Camera Control Window cannot 
be used to achieve focus tracking.  The camera's shutter-release button 
should be used for this purpose.

11. You can access most of the camera's Custom Settings by using the 
Custom Settings Dialog in Nikon Capture.  There are three Custom 
Settings available in the camera which not accessible in this dialog.  The 
first is #8, which can be used to leave the camera's mirror in the "up" 
position so that the CCD can be cleaned.  The second is #28, which allows 
you to save images using the "RAW" data format. This setting is 
automatically turned on when you launch Nikon Capture.  The third is #30, 
which selects single or continuous shooting mode when the camera's 
command dial is set to "PC".  This setting can be accessed by using the 
Shooting Mode control in the Camera Control Window.

12. Setting and displaying auto bracketing information cannot be done with 
Nikon Capture.

13. You cannot perform an autofocus operation with Nikon Capture without 
also shooting.

14. Self Timer shooting cannot be done with Nikon Capture.

15. Auto-Exposure Lock, Focus Lock, Shutter Speed Lock, and Aperture 
Lock cannot be set with Nikon Capture.

16. The camera's flash-ready lamp located in the camera viewfinder will 
blink for three seconds after the flash if the photo may have been 
underexposed.  Nikon Capture will not display this alert.

17. You cannot display or set the flash exposure compensation with Nikon 
Capture, even if the speedlight has this ability.

18. Nikon Capture may not display all errors that appear in the camera's 
top control panel.

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