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Meet the COOLPIX P7700, a high-performance compact camera with the power and precision to stimulate your imagination. Its extra-large CMOS image sensor is paired with one of the best NIKKOR lenses we've ever put in a COOLPIX camera. Your photos and Full HD (1080p) videos will be second to none. With an Auto Mode you can rely on every time, 19 Scene Modes for getting the most out of every shooting situation, creative in-camera effects, complete PSAM control, RAW shooting and more, the COOLPIX P7700 will go as far as you want to go. For shooters seeking the ultimate compact digital camera performance, COOLPIX P7700 delivers.
VR image stabilization
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Endless creativity and superb image quality

The COOLPIX P7700 satisfies even the most passionate shooters. At its heart is a 1/1.7" 12.2-megapixel CMOS sensor—larger than the sensor in most compact cameras—that delivers exceptional image quality and detail. Use that power to bring every shot to life in vivid clarity. A 7.1x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens takes you from wide-angle (28mm) to telephoto (200mm) in an instant. Create an expansive landscape one shot, a stunning close-up the next. But as powerful as the COOLPIX P7700 is, you don't need to be a pro to excel with it. Whether you prefer letting Auto Mode do the work for you, using Scene Modes to match your shooting situation or taking complete control of your images with full manual control, you'll be proud of every photo and video you create.
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Excel in low-light situations

Bright f/2.0 lens and highly sensitive CMOS sensor

Great low-light performance starts with the lens, and the COOLPIX P7700 has one of the best lenses we've ever put in a COOLPIX camera. With a maximum aperture that's wider than most compact cameras (f/2.0), the 7.1x Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens gathers maximum light so you can shoot with faster shutter speeds. Combine that with a highly sensitive CMOS image sensor and Nikon's renowned ISO performance, and you'll capture the shots you've been missing—low-light indoor shots, evening group shots around a fire, nighttime cityscapes, fast-moving subjects and much more.
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Create with remarkable speed

Fast operation and continuous shooting

Life moves fast, but the COOLPIX P7700 keeps up. In an instant, it powers up, zooms in, autofocuses and captures stunning shot after shot. Hold down the shutter button and fire a blazing-fast 8 fps (up to 6 shots) for some of the most impressive action-freezing sequences you've ever seen. Plus, every photo and video will be sharp and steady, even if your hands are not—Nikon's VR image stabilization ensures a little camera shake won't ruin the shot.
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Find exciting new perspectives

Moveable 921,000-dot Vari-angle display

When you can swivel your camera's LCD display to just about any position, you're free to explore exciting new perspectives all around you. Hold the COOLPIX P7700 at ground level for a surprising new view of a common scene. In tight, cramped spaces, raise the camera overhead and get the shot or video you need. Every shot you frame, review or share is rendered in 921,000 dots of brilliant detail. When transporting the camera, protect the LCD by flipping it to the closed position.
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Explore new possibilities

Full HD (1080p) video with stereo sound

Apply your creativity to videography. With the touch of a button, go from shooting stills to recording Full HD (1080p) videos that can easily be shared on your computer, social networking sites or an HDTV. The COOLPIX P7700 lets you use the optical zoom while recording, so you can frame exactly the shot you want. It also lets you maintain creative control; adjust the aperture and exposure settings, add creative filters, special effects and more. The built-in stereo microphone captures clear, natural audio (it even includes wind noise reduction), but for maximum sound fidelity, add the optional ME-1 stereo microphone.
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Comfortable, smart design

The COOLPIX P7700 is designed to be used—as often as possible. Its compact, ergonomic body lets you create comfortably. All the camera's settings are accessible through easy-to-navigate menus, and key features are at your fingertips. You can even program your favorite settings for quick recall.
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Expand your capabilities and creativity

The COOLPIX P7700 includes a full-size accessory shoe that's compatible with Nikon's most popular D-SLR accessories: Nikon's renowned Speedlights, GP-1 GPS module, ME-1 stereo microphone, and more. Build a creative system around the COOLPIX P7700.
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big value in small package I was looking for a compact camera to compliment my DSLR's and did not really want to go the 4/5 mirror less route. I got a refurbished item and am quite pleased with it. It has many of the same features as my D7000. I was surprised and very happy that it has a command flash function and works with all my Nikon flashes. It works well with my after market remote and intervalometer. The only thing that disappoints me is that it has no bulb function for star trails. All in all a great value for an advance amateur or used as a travel or hiking camera. September 27, 2014
Best Point and Shoot I have ever seen. This is a great camera for the Pro or serious armature. Perfect for those quick unexpected photo opps. Image quality is very similar to D300s. Lens is very sharp, excellent color and contrast. Easy to go from point and shoot to partial or full manual. Well built. It is just a bit large and heavy for shirt pocket. Just what I have been looking for, a relatively small simple high quality camera. July 21, 2013
Excellent camera for this price, but even better if improve something I bought this product after looking through many compacts and DSLRs. I'm a student and do not have much money. The camera is very useful for those who do not have much money or wants a compact camera as a back-up for their DSLRs. The P7700 shoots amazing photos and the videos are very good. The HS120fps video is a very good function, filming other's movement in HS is always fun. The lens of F2.0 at wide and F4.0 @200mm is just awesome. The 8fps High-speed Continuous is even faster than some DSLRs. On the other hand, it may be better to improve something on this camera: the RAW writing speed, the sound recording bitrate(128kbps is too low for a good external microphone), the intervals of interval shooting(should have smaller intervals), the auto-focusing during video recording. In general, this is a very good camera at this price. Strongly recommended. May 25, 2013
Top Tier Nikon Quality After reading many positive professional and consumer reviews of the P7700 I purchased one to complement my D5100. Having owned a number of premium compacts from other manufacturers I was looking for quality build, quick responsiveness and high image quality. I have found an unparalleled level in all of these, in addition to battery and flash compatibility with the D5100 and a very familiar menu system. Six ways are also provided to control camera functions through programmable buttons and dials. Functionality in the field is very high. I can easily give this camera five stars out of five and highly recommend it to anyone looking for a quality compact camera experience. April 17, 2013
Improved on the already great P7100, with one exception... This camera has improved on the P7100, with one exception. For the way I use a camera, the swing-out LCD is far less preferable than the tilt-out of the P7100. I almost always shoot from the waist, and the swing-out makes for a larger footprint and a bit more awkward of a hold. Also, if using a small flash bracket it the tilt-out is far better. Thus, I strongly considered competing cameras that had LCD on a tilt mechanism, but the controls on the Nikons are so superior to anything I have used before… and that won out. I also considered adding a second P7100 (I needed a second camera to keep handy at work) but decided that the F2.0 was too useful to miss, and I will admit the swing-out LCD is slightly more rugged for travel. The manual lens cap is an improvement over the P7100 in my opinion; less handy, but far sturdier. In all, the engineers and Nikon did a good thing here. March 16, 2013
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High speed 120fps and manual shutter speed

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before recording a movie at 120fps, is it possible to select manually the shutter speed that will be used during the recording?
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No, you cannot control aperture or shutter speed when shooting high speed movies with the P7700. The Custom Settings Movie Mode, which allows you to choose either Aperture priority or Manual exposure mode, only allows for shooting movies in the normal speed movie options of 1080p or 720p.
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Does P7700 record owner info in JPG file?

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I have another brand camera that records automatically in every picture taken, as EXIF Info, the "Owner Name". That happens to be any text you can write in the camera menu settings. Is this feature -- or something similar -- availabel on P7700?
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The P7700 does not include the ability to edit owner information, however, the free Nikon View NX2 software that comes with the P7700 will allow you to save creator and other XMP/IPTC information to the exif data of your image files.
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Does this camera have any kind of exposure bracketing?

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I'm confused by the tech specs in regard to the "Exposure Control" feature (in the Coolpix P7700) which reads like there's automatic exposure bracketing. A dial on the left hand side has "BKT" etched into it but the "Exposure Bracketing" heading in the tech specs is blank. Is there exposure bracketing or not? Could you explain or enlarge on "Exposure Control" please? I'm trying to decide whether to by this camera.
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Yes it has auto bracketing, you can choose the values and have bracketing for shutter speed, ISO, aperture or white balance. Exposure control means you can lighten or darken the next photo you shoot.
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Exposure compensation is +3/-3. Full manual control of f stop, aperture and shutter speed.
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Is the included UC-E17 USB Cable a proprietary USB cable?

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The USB cable that comes with the P7700 appears to be a proprietary cable. Is that correct?

If so, is there a reason why Nikon didn't just use a standard microUSB or miniUSB interface, so that its customers who just spent $500 for the camera can use commonly available, inexpensive USB cables? Is there something about standard USB cables that make them inferior for transferring photos and video that motivated Nikon to come up with its own USB cable with a unique plug on one end?
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Nothing unique it is a standard USB to mini USB cable.
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Is there a way to shoot RAW while in scene modes?

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NRW (RAW) images cannot be recorded in Scene modes with the P7700. When the mode is changed to Scene mode or Special Effect mode (except for Zoom exposure and Defocus during exposure) from other shooting modes, the image quality is changed according to situation as follows.
- When NRW (RAW) is set, the image quality is changed to Normal.
- When NRW (RAW) + Fine or NRW (RAW) + Normal is set, the image quality is changed to Fine or Normal respectively.

You could try shooting in P,S,A or M mode and recreating a scene mode by manually adjusting the settings based on the characteristics of the scene mode. Descriptions of the characteristics of the P7700 scene modes start on page 36 of the manual. A copy of the P7700 manual can be downloaded from this address: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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Forgot my external charger, Is it possible to charge Nikon P7700 the battery using USB cable?

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No you must use supplied charger.
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How does the output of the P7700 pop-up flash compare to the SB-400 speedlight? [e.g. comparable guide numbers]

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Your specifications for the P7700 camera pop-up flash and the Nikon line of speedlights are not comparable. I want to know how much more light I would get by adding a Nikon speedlight. I know the pop-up guide number is not relevant to automated TTL functioning on the camera, but there needs to be a way of comparing the pop-up output to the speedlight output. If you don't want to disclose the P7700 guide number for marketing reasons, you could at least give specs for the benefit of improved lens stops for each of the compatible Nikon speedlights.
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Built-in flash Range for P7700 (approx.) (ISO sensitivity: Auto)
Wide angle: 0.5 to 10m (1ft. 8 in. to 32 ft.)
Telephoto: 0.5 to 5.5m (1ft. 8 in. to 18ft.)

Guide number for SB-400----21 m/69 ft. (at ISO 100, 18mm zoom-head position, 20°C/68°F) to 30 m/98.4 ft. (at ISO 200, 18mm zoom-head position, 20°C/68°F)

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Camera Overexposing in Scene/Auto Modes

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I own a D700 but wanted a good quality point & shoot that I didn't have to shoot in M mode but would have the option to if I needed it, so this camera seemed like a great option. It worked great up until the past week. Whenever I shoot in any scene mode or Auto mode, it overexposes the image horribly, due to high ISO and low shutter speed, every time, basically to where the camera is useless unless I shoot in M mode, which I can do with my D700, so what's the point in having this camera? It shoots fine in M mode, so it's not the card reader, has to be an issue with the camera. Anyone else have this problem?
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While in Auto mode, Please verify that the Exposure compensation dial on the P7700 is set to 0.0(zero) instead of a positive number: The orange light right next to the on/off button should be off when the dial is on zero. Exposure compensation setting affect Automatic modes but however has no effect on Manual Exposure Mode. Exposure compensation value is indicated at the bottom left corner of the LCD, right above the ISO Setting when shooting in Auto mode.

If the above does not solve your issue, you can press the menu button, select the wrench tool (setup menu) and highlight 'Reset All' and press OK to reset the camera. If the issue persists, please contact technical support for further troubleshooting. Technical support contact information can be found at support.nikonusa.com
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manual exposure using rear LCD, is it wysiwyg ?

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In manual mode, when adjusting the aperture or speed, does the LCD reflect the changes that are made, or does the screen remain bright as if using it in auto mode?
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When M Exposure preview is turn on, the P7700 LCD will reflect the changes made while adjusting the shutter speed and aperture. (The screen gets brighter or darker as you make changes to the exposure).
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Studio Strobes

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Can I use this in Manual Mode wih old Speedotron studio strobes (using the Hot Shoe for sync)?
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You should be able to use manual mode with a hot shoe adapter, though I would be very careful to use one that regulates and reduces the flash sync voltage of the flash from ~400V to less than 6V. This is extremely important for current digital cameras when used with older flashes or lighting systems.
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bw movie

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Can I record a movie in black and white? Any mode?
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Yes, the P7700 can record Black and White Movies. Turn the mode dial to CSM (Custom Movie). Next, turn the Quick menu dial to the Picture Control Icon (Square Icon; See page 68 of your user manual). If the picture control menu does not show up, press the Quick menu dial button to bring it up, then highlight Monochrome and press OK. Without making any adjustments to the Monochrome setting, Keep pressisng the menu button to exit, and your LCD should turn Black and white while in live view. Press the shutter button to record.
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Plugs into terminal on the side of the camera.
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re 7700,,,,can you shoot JPEG and Raw simultaneously ?

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Raw + JPEG fine or Raw + JPEG normal.
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Is there a belt holder for the 7700.......in order to keep hands free etc I like to have my travel compact on belt

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I have used Lumix in the past ans wish to upgrade ....The lumix size and belt holder are extremely comnvenient and allow for easy access to take a shoot ...do not wish to have the camera arouns my neck or in my hand as I stroll for pics ....usually have two acmeras with me ...the 7700 would be my second for snapshotes etc ..theatre access etc
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No, Nikon does not make a belt holder case for the P7700.
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What about shutter life (if tested) and weather sealing?

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shutter life: Depends on user.
weather sealing: Not present.
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Compatible with iPhoto 09?

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I currently use a Mac with OSX 10.6.8 Snow Leopard and iPhoto 09 -- is the P7700 compatible, i.e., will my setup accept RAW files from the camera? Thanks in advance
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No, you need iPhoto 11 with the P7700 update.
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Does the P7700 use a SDXC or only the SDHC?

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Both, here is a link to approved memory cards :
http://help.nikon.ca/app/answers/detail/a_id/18109/~/approved-memory-cards---coolpix-p7700
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How do you get the camera to take fast consecutive photos (continuous shooting)? I cannot find the option anywhere.

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The Instructions for selecting continuous shooting mode is on page 44 of the user manual in the link below.
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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Can the P7700 be configured to control a SB-22 speedlight flash? (dinosaur!)

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The SB-22 Speedlight is not compatible with the COOLPIX P7700 when used on the camera. However, if you have an SU-4 Wireless Remote TTL Flash controller you can place the SB-22 on the SU-4 and trigger them wirelessly with the P7700's built-in flash acting as commander.

The following Speedlights can be used directly on the P7700:
SB-910, SB-900, SB-800, SB-700,SB-600
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Do you ship to APO addresses?

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Working in Afghanistan and the Nikon that I have used for the past 6 years has stopped working.

Do you ship to APO addresses?
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Unfortunately at this time we cannot deliver to APO addresses. Nikon store shipping policy is in the link below:
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What is the autofocus speed?

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Assuming the camera is already powered on, what is the lag time?
Can this camera capture rapidly moving children and pets or is a dSLR still required?
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The Startup time and autofocus speed figure is not part of the published specification of this camera. However, the COOLPIX P7700 sports a large 1/1.7-in 12.2-megapixel backside illumination (BSI) CMOS sensor that offers excellent tonal range and vivid color reproduction. Additionally, high-speed image processing helps achieve fast continuous shooting at approximately eight frames-per-second (up to six continuous shots) affording the ability to freeze a fleeting moment with exacting precision. The P7700 delivers extremely rapid performance from a quick startup time to lightning-fast autofocus recognition to help ensure the moment is captured.
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Can i know what is your latest semi pro camera that you will recommend?

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Price within 500-700
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Unfortunately there are currently no semi professional Nikon cameras in the range of 500-700 dollars that are available. You may be able to find a refurbished advance amateur camera such as the D7000 (Body only) close to your price range.
Nikon list of refurbished cameras are in the link below.
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Is there a case made for the P7700?

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The accessory list shows a black leather case, part number 13059. This case is WAY too small for the camera (I bought one) and clearly the wrong part.
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Currently, we do not have a case compatible with the COOLPIX P7700.
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what would I need to get so I can use a wide angle lens or are there any alternatives?

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Nikon Makes the HN-CP17 lens hood for the P7700. A 58mm filter can be attached to the lens hood and a 40.5mm filter can be attached directly to the camera lens. Unfortunately we do not have a wide-angle converter lens that can be attached to the lens or the lens hood.
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Does the LiveView Histogram now show exposure changes in MANUAL mode? If not, will there be an upcoming firmware upgrade to correct for this?

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From the SETUP MENU, the Fn2 button can be assigned to displayed the live histogram on the LCD. To have the camera reflect the exposure changes as you adjust the shutter speed and aperture in Manual Exposure mode, you need to turn on M EXPOSURE PREVIEW in the SHOOTING MENU.
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I have a "lens error" on my display screen. What does that mean? Can that be fixed?

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Read this:
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No it does not have a optical viewfinder.
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Photo Numbering

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I'm thinking of doing some inventory of my household items. When reviewing a photo, does the camera show the photo number on the LCD screen or does one have to take the SD card out and view it on a computer to get the photo number?
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Yes, the number of the image can be viewed on the LCD screen.
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