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A number of Nikon cameras have touchscreens and support touch shooting, which will allow you to perform a variety of setting changes via touch. Depending upon the camera you’re using, it may include touch shutter, touch to focus or other options. The DL series of premium compact cameras lets you control the following using touch: placement of the focus point, change the AF-area mode, set the camera’s release mode to Pre-capture mode or Smart Photo Selector, move the focus area when the AF-area mode is set to Single-point, select the subject in subject tracking mode, display the focus operation screen when Focus mode is set to Manual, and disabling of the touch functionality. You can also use the touch shutter when using the self-timer.

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Touch AF/AE allows you to set the focus area by tapping the monitor of select Nikon digital COOLPIX cameras that utilize a touchscreen display.
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Select cameras such as the D5500 DSLR features Touch Fn which can be found in the custom menu settings. When set up, it allows a touch-sensitive area of the monitor to control the camera after the monitor has turned off automatically. The position of this “touch Fn” area varies with the position of the monitor.
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The COOLPIX Touch Panel OLED provides fingertip shooting control. Users simply touch the appropriate control image, icon or instruction to set the camera for scene modes, lens zoom, image review and all other camera settings.
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Touch Shutter allows you to release the shutter by tapping the monitor on select Nikon digital COOLPIX cameras that utilize a touchscreen display.
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Touch Subject Tracking moves the focus area to track the registered subject. This is a feature found on select Nikon digital COOLPIX cameras that utilize a touchscreen display.
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