Nikon Coolpix W300 Owner's Manual

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Other Functions
When Use built-in location data in Location data options in the z (location data 
options) menu (
A19) is set to On, the camera starts receiving signals from the 
positioning satellites.
Location data reception can be checked on the shooting 
screen.
• n or o: Signals are being received from four or more 
satellites, or from three satellites, and location data is being 
obtained.
• z: Signals are being received, but location data cannot be 
obtained.
• y: Signals are not received.
Recording the Shooting Location Data on the Image
• When shooting while positioning is being performed, the obtained location data 
(latitude and longitude) are recorded on the images to be shot.
• The recorded location data can be checked on a map by using ViewNX-i after 
transferring images to a computer.
• When Compass display in Electronic compass in the location data options 
menu is set to On, the approximate direction of shooting is also recorded.
Recording the Log
• When selecting Start all logs in Create log in the location data options menu, 
while positioning is being performed, the location data, altitude, and water depth 
data of places you visit with the camera is recorded at the certain interval.
• Recorded logs (movement information such as location data, altitude, or water 
depth) can be saved on a memory card by selecting Create log to stop recording 
and then selecting Save logs.
• You can view location logs saved on the memory card by using software that can 
display log data such as ViewNX-i. 
• The altitude and water depth logs saved on the memory card can be displayed as a 
graph by selecting Altitude/depth logs in View log in the location data options 
menu.
• You can check the graphs of the currently recording altitude and water depth logs 
on the active guide (
Operations Available with Location Data 
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