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iPIX® Photography with Nikon Digital Cameras
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5 -  TAKING YOUR PICTURES
Step 3: Take the First Picture
Step 3: Take the First Picture
When you take your first set of pictures, be aware of where you are in 
relation to the camera’s field-of-view and the order in which pictures are 
taken.
• Sequencing pictures (front/back, back/front) helps to locate matching 
hemispheres when creating iPIX images in your iPIX software.
• Make sure that you are not in the range of the fisheye lens when you 
are taking pictures.
• Try to avoid capturing people at the edge of the field of view. Take 
care to not place the IPIX image seam on visually important regions 
of the image.
• Make sure your hands are out of the way so they do not appear in the 
image. 
Procedure
1.
Position the switch around the shutter-release button to M-REC 
mode.
2.
Point the camera with the lens forward to take the picture.
3.
Grasp the rotator clockwise until it clicks into place. Do not turn the 
rotator using the camera body. 
4.
Squeeze your thumb and forefinger together to take the picture. This 
prevents the camera from moving and your pictures from blurring.
5.
Once the picture is taken, a review image will appear in the color LCD 
screen. This picture will be the first half of your iPIX image.
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