Nikon Coolpix 950 User Manual

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iPIX® Photography with Nikon Digital Cameras
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Welcome to iPIX
®
 Imaging
Thank you for your purchase of an iPIX® Camera Kit featuring the Nikon 
Coolpix digital camera. With your kit, you can shoot and build immersive 
iPIX images in a matter of minutes. iPIX images enable you to “step 
inside” an environment—exploring up, down, and all around. It is a solu-
tion that has proven valuable for many markets, including real estate, 
travel, publishing, education, training, and journalism.
This book describes the steps to set up your equipment, establish settings 
on your camera to optimize it for iPIX photography, and download your 
images to your computer.
Two of the most important camera kit components are the fisheye lens and 
rotator. The fisheye lens attaches to your camera and broadens the field of 
view (FOV) of your camera’s fixed lens. The rotator lets you turn your 
camera exactly 180
°
—capturing one 180
°
 picture, or “hemisphere.” Two 
hemispheres are used to create an iPIX image.
The Fisheye Lens
attaches to the
camera’s fixed lens.
The fisheye lens and rotator attach to the camera. The rotators are customized for each 
camera model.
The Rotator attaches
to the camera base
and the tripod.
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