Set the language Nikon D800


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Setting the language

If you're not an English speaker, you can switch the interface of your camera to a different language. Obviously, this can make it easier to navigate your camera's menus, but it's also a great way to bone up on a foreign language. For example, you could set your camera to Dutch and then next time you're in Holland, you'll be able to walk into your hotel and say "peripheral illumination correction" in perfect Dutch. Anyway, when you first turned on your camera, it should have asked you for your language preference, so you'll probably never need to do this again, but if you do, here's how. To set the language for the camera, I go into the menu system by pressing the menu button.

I'm here in my Setup menu, which is the wrench menu. I have an item called Language. It's about halfway down. If I go into that, you can see that I have already set for English, but I can set to any of these other languages. I'm just going to set to Indonesian here. Y...

Setting the language
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Setting the language provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Shooting with the Nikon D800

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