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Effective Pixels. million. Image Size (Pixels). x (8M), x (5M), x (3M), x (2M), x (1M), x (PC). Wi-Fi LAN Support (IEEEb/g) enables wireless transfer, shooting and printing; x Optical Zoom-Nikkor lens offering mm (35mm equiv.). The Coolpix P1 and Coolpix P2 are compact digital cameras announced by Japanese manufacturer Nikon at the end of It was replace.
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Nikon COOLPIX P1 Driver
A blue LED on the side of the P1 flashes to indicate wireless activity. Whether they're reaching across the room or across the Internet, wireless connections have stumped Nikon COOLPIX P1 of otherwise savvy users.
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A USB cable is easy to use, Nikon COOLPIX P1 just plug it in. The software that ships with the P1 simplifies matters somewhat, particularly on simple networks, but if you're dealing with a sophisticated network setup with high security, you could still end up scratching your head. We'll take a look at a simple case below, then share a few notes that might be helpful if you're dealing with something more complex.
While the P1 can communicate with PictureProject through the wireless router on your home network, it can also connect directly to a computer with just a wireless Nikon COOLPIX P1, and no network anywhere in site. Connecting to a router is called Access Point or Infrastructure mode, while connecting to a computer's wireless adapter is called Camera to Computer or Ad-Hoc mode. Either mode requires a fair bit of information about either the wireless router Nikon COOLPIX P1 your computer.
Some of the information is gathered by the Nikon software automatically, but depending on the network setup, there can still be a fair bit that needs to be entered manually.
The P1 stores network connection information in the form of "profiles. The camera can hold up to nine different profiles, chosen via a menu option whenever you set the Mode dial Nikon COOLPIX P1 Wireless mode.
Once the software detects the camera, you'll be prompted to enter a name for the profile and select an icon from among six different Nikon COOLPIX P1, to identify the profile in the camera's WiFi Connection menu. That done, you need to provide some basic information about your WiFi network setup, via the screen shown below. In the case shown here, we're setting up the P1 to connect to Nikon COOLPIX P1 "ad hoc" network, meaning to a WiFi-equipped computer that's not part of a larger network.
When we set up the network, the PowerBook let us select what WiFi channel we wanted to use we arbitrarily chose 6whether we wanted to secure it, and if so, with which Nikon COOLPIX P1. To keep live simple, we chose to leave the network open.
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This is what most consumers do, even thought it's not a good idea to leave your WiFi networks Nikon COOLPIX P1 to anyone who happens by. This is about the simplest case, but does still require you to plug two pieces of information into the screen shown above, namely the Network Name SSID and WiFi Channel to use.
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Since this was exactly what we had to specify to set up the network on the PowerBook, it was no trouble to enter the same information here. If Nikon COOLPIX P1 were connecting in "Infrastructure" mode, through an existing access node, Nikon COOLPIX P1 information to be input would be exactly the same as above, with the exception of channel number.
If we'd wanted Nikon COOLPIX P1 secure our little network, things would have been a bit more complicated, as we'd have had to choose the type of security WEP 64 bits or bitsthe authentication type Open or Sharedthe Security Key Format ASCII or Hextype in the key itself, and select an optional key index of 1 to 4. See the "Caveats" section below for some notes on possible "gotchas" we encountered in dealing with secured networks.
Nikon COOLPIX P1 consolation for novices is that you really don't need to know any of this gobbledegook unless your network is set up in a secure mode, in which case you probably already know it.
Since you would have had to know it to set up the network security in the first place. Once the options are set, the "Next" button takes you to a screen asking you to create a printer profile provided Nikon COOLPIX P1 the computer you're using has printers associated with it for output.
Once Nikon COOLPIX P1 computer and printer profiles are created, the software downloads them to the camera, and then prompts you to disconnect the camera from the computer. Now that you've got a connection profile loaded into the camera, you're ready to make the connection. The first step is to make sure that Picture Project is launched on the computer, and that you've clicked on the "Transfer" Nikon COOLPIX P1 to launch the Nikon Transfer utility.
The Nikon COOLPIX P1 utility is the program that "listens" for camera connections. If it isn't launched, nothing will happen when the camera tries to connect. Select the profile the corresponds to the network you want to connect to. You could easily set up a profile Nikon COOLPIX P1 the office, and another one for home. After selecting the network, you'll see a screen that says "Connecting to the network," while the camera searches for the network you've chosen.
Once the camera finds the network, it pops up the Wireless menu, with two pages of options, as shown above.