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Dynamic Area AF is one of three Nikon AF Area Modes. With Dynamic Area AF, you can select from several focusing options: 9-, 21- or all 51-point AF. Select a Single AF point and the areas surrounding it serve as backup—a significant advantage when shooting moving subjects. Select the 9-point option when you want to focus on erratically moving subjects with greater accuracy. When dealing with insufficient contrast for fast focus detection, choosing 21 or 51 points makes detection easier. The 51-point option also allows for 3D Focus Tracking, which uses color information from the RGB metering sensor to automatically follow moving subjects across the AF points.

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(1) The range between the lightest and darkest areas of an image. A picture containing very bright areas and very dark areas has a wide dynamic range. In a black and white image, dynamic range refers to the various shades of gray between solid black and absolute white. (2) The measure of the range of brightness levels that can be recorded by a camera s sensor. (See Clipping for further info on overexposed areas of an image.)
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Dynamic Fine Zoom is a new feature available on select Nikon COOLPIX digital cameras that extends the zoom range electronically 2x with minimal image degradation.
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Change of IP addresses so every time user logs on to Internet, either by local DHCP server or by ISP. Can interfere with networked device use, e.g. Network IP Cameras which normally require static IP address to function properly.
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The range of values between the darkest and brightest perceptible points in an image.
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