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    En
    Introduction
    Preparation
    Basic Operation
    Organizing Images
    Saving Images to a Computer
    Advanced Operation
    Technical Notes
    Index

    (En)

    User's Manual



  • Page 2

    Trademark Information


    Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh, Mac OS, Power Macintosh, PowerBook, and Quick Time are
    registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.



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    Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.



    Internet is a trademark of Digital Equipment Corporation.



    CompactFlash™ is a trademark of SanDisk Corporation.



    Lexar Media is a trademark of Lexar Media Corporation.



    Adobe and Acrobat are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Inc.



    Epson and USB Direct Print are trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation.



    PictBridge is a trademark.



    All other trade names mentioned in this manual or the other documentation provided with
    your Nikon product are trademarks of their respective holders.



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    Introduction
    Thank you for your purchase of the Nikon COOLWALKER MSV-01 digital photo storage viewer.
    This manual has been written to help you get the most out of your Nikon COOLWALKER MSV-01.

    To make it easier to find the information you need, the following symbols and conventions are used:
    This icon marks cautions,
    information that should be read
    before use to prevent damage to
    your COOLWALKER MSV-01.

    This icon marks notes, information
    that should be read before using
    your COOLWALKER MSV-01.

    This icon marks tips, additional
    information that may be helpful when
    using your COOLWALKER MSV-01.

    This icon indicates that more
    information is available elsewhere
    in this manual.

    For Your Safety
    To prevent damage to your Nikon product or injury to yourself or to others, read the following
    safety precautions in their entirety before using this equipment. Keep these safety instructions
    where all those who use the product will read them.
    The consequences that could result from failure to observe the precautions listed in this section
    are indicated by the following symbol:
    This icon marks warnings, information that should be read before using this Nikon
    product to prevent possible injury.

    Warnings
    Turn off immediately and unplug in
    the event of malfunction
    Should you notice excessive heat, smoke or
    an unusual smell coming from the
    equipment or from the AC adapter, unplug
    the AC adapter and remove the battery pack
    immediately, taking care to avoid burns.
    Continued operation could result in injury or
    fire. After removing the battery pack, take
    the equipment to a Nikon-authorized service
    representative for inspection.

    Do not use in the presence of
    flammable gas
    Do not use electronic equipment in the
    presence of flammable gas, as this could
    result in explosion or fire.

    Do not disassemble or modify
    Touching the product's internal parts could
    result in injury. In the event of malfunction,
    the product should be repaired only by a
    qualified technician. Should the product
    break open as the result of a fall or other
    accident, take the product to a Nikonauthorized service representative for
    inspection after unplugging the AC adapter
    and removing the battery pack.

    Keep dry
    Do not immerse in or expose to water
    Continuing to use the product under such
    circumstances may cause fire or an electric
    shock.

    i

    Introduction—For Your Safety

    Read this manual thoroughly before use, and keep it where all those who use the product will
    read it.



  • Page 4

    Do not place the strap around the
    neck of an infant or child
    Placing the case strap around the neck of an
    infant or child could result in strangulation.
    Introduction—For Your Safety

    Use only the specified batteries and
    AC adapter
    Using non-specified accessories may cause
    fire or an electric shock.

    Use appropriate cables
    When connecting cables to the input and
    output jacks, use only the cables provided or
    sold by Nikon for the purpose, to maintain
    compliance with product regulations.

    • Use only Rechargeable Lithium-ion Polymer
    Battery EN-EL6 (the battery pack) for the
    main unit. To charge the battery pack, attach
    it to the MSV-01 and connect the supplied
    AC adapter. Do not use any other device or
    method to charge the battery pack.
    • Use only CR2025 Lithium Battery for the
    remote control unit.
    • When inserting the batteries, do not
    attempt to insert them upside down or backwards.

    Keep out of reach of children

    • Do not short or disassemble the batteries.

    Particular care should be taken to prevent
    infants from putting the small parts into
    their mouths.

    • Do not expose the batteries to flame or to
    excessive heat.

    Do not touch the power plugs during
    thunderstorms while you are using
    the AC adapter

    • Do not transport or store with metal objects
    such as necklaces or hairpins.

    Failure to observe this precaution may lead
    to an electric shock.
    Keep clear of the device until the
    thunderstorm has stopped.

    Removing memory cards
    Memory cards may become hot during use.
    Observe due caution when removing
    memory cards from the MSV-01.

    CD-ROMs
    The CD-ROMs on which the software and
    manuals are distributed should not be
    played back on audio CD equipment. Playing
    CD-ROMs on an audio CD player could cause
    hearing loss or damage the equipment.

    Avoid contact with liquid crystal
    Should the monitor break, care should be
    taken to avoid injury due to broken glass
    and to prevent liquid crystal from the
    monitor touching the skin or entering the
    eyes or mouth.

    Observe proper precautions when
    handling the batteries
    The batteries may leak or explode if
    improperly handled. Observe the following
    precautions when handling the batteries for
    use in this product:

    ii

    • Before replacing the battery pack, turn the
    product off and make sure the power-on
    lamp has gone out. If you are using an AC
    adapter, be sure it is unplugged.

    • Do not immerse in or expose to water.

    • Batteries are prone to leakage when fully
    discharged. To avoid damage to the product,
    be sure to remove the batteries when no
    charge remains.
    • Stop charging the battery pack if charging
    fails to complete once the specified charging
    time has been exceeded.
    • Immediately after use, or when the product
    is used on battery power for an extended
    period, the battery pack may become hot.
    Before removing the battery pack, turn the
    device off and allow the battery pack to cool.
    • Discontinue use immediately should you
    notice any change in the batteries, such as
    discoloration or deformation.
    • Take warning and caution labels on the batteries seriously and follow all safety precautions.
    • If leaked fluid from the batteries comes in
    contact with the eyes, rinse in clean water
    and seek medical attention immediately.
    Wash off any leaked fluid from the batteries
    that comes into contact with skin or clothing
    immediately using clean water.
    • Keep out of reach of children. Particular care
    should be taken to prevent infants from putting the batteries into their mouths. Should
    they swallow, seek medical attention immediately.



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    Observe proper precautions when
    using the AC adapter

    Introduction—For Your Safety

    Improper use of the AC adapter may result in
    electric shock or fire. Observe the following
    precautions when using the AC adapter with
    this product:
    • Do not disassemble, repair or modify the AC
    adapter.
    In the event of malfunction or should the AC
    adapter break open as the result of a fall or
    other accident, unplug and take the AC
    adapter to a Nikon-authorized service representative for inspection.
    • Keep dry.
    • Do not use in the presence of flammable gas.
    • Keep the AC adapter clean of dust. If dust or
    grime becomes attached to the metal contacts or body of the power plug, remove it
    with a dry cloth. Continuing to use the product in these circumstances may cause fire.
    • Do not connect or disconnect the AC adapter
    power plug with wet hands, as this may
    cause an electric shock.

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  • Page 6

    Notices
    Introduction—Notices



    No part of the manuals included with this product may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form, by any
    means, without Nikon’s prior written permission.



    Nikon reserves the right to change the specifications of the hardware and software described
    in these manuals at any time and without prior notice.



    Nikon will not be held liable for any damages resulting from the improper use of this product.



    While every effort has been made to ensure that the information in these manuals is accurate
    and complete, we would appreciate it were you to bring any errors or omissions to the attention of the Nikon representative in your area (address provided separately).

    Notice for customers in the U.S.A.
    Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Radio Frequency Interference Statement
    This equipment has been tested and found to
    comply with the limits for a Class B digital
    device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules.

    MSV-01

    These limits are designed to provide reasonable
    protection against harmful interference in a
    residential installation.
    This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
    and used in accordance with the instructions,
    may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
    However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
    If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
    be determined by turning the equipment off
    and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
    the interference by one or more of the following measures:


    Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.



    Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.



    Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
    circuit different from that to which the
    receiver is connected.



    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/
    television technician for help.

    CAUTIONS
    Modifications
    The FCC requires the user to be notified that
    any changes or modifications made to this
    device that are not expressly approved by
    Nikon Corporation may void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
    Interface Cables
    Use the interface cables sold or provided by
    Nikon for your equipment.
    Using other interface cables may exceed the
    limits of Class B Part 15 of the FCC rules.
    Notice for customers in the State of California
    WARNING: Handling the cord on this product
    will expose you to lead, a chemical known to
    the State of California to cause birth defects or
    other reproductive harm.
    Wash hands after handling.
    Nikon Inc.,
    1300 Walt Whitman Road, Melville, New York
    11747-3064, U.S.A.
    Tel.: 631-547-4200

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    Notice for customers in Canada
    ATTENTION

    This class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference Causing
    Equipment Regulations.

    Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte
    toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.

    Notice Concerning Prohibition of Copying or Reproduction
    Note that simply being in possession of material that has been digitally copied or reproduced by
    means of a scanner, digital camera or other device may be punishable by law.
    • Items prohibited by law from being
    copied or reproduced
    Do not copy or reproduce paper money,
    coins, securities, government bonds, or
    local government bonds, even if such copies or reproductions are stamped “Sample.”
    The copying or reproduction of paper
    money, coins, or securities which are circulated in a foreign country is prohibited.
    Unless the prior permission of the government has been obtained, the copying or
    reproduction of unused postage stamps or
    post cards issued by the government is prohibited.

    • Comply with copyright notices
    The copying or reproduction of copyrighted creative works such as books,
    music, paintings, woodcut prints, maps,
    drawings, movies, and photographs is governed by national and international copyright laws.
    Do not use this product for the purpose of
    making illegal copies or to infringe copyright laws.

    The copying or reproduction of stamps
    issued by the government and of certified
    documents stipulated by law is prohibited.
    • Cautions on certain copies and reproductions
    The government has issued cautions on
    copies or reproductions of securities issued
    by private companies (shares, bills, checks,
    gift certificates, etc.), commuter passes, or
    coupon tickets, except when a minimum of
    necessary copies are to be provided for
    business use by a company.
    Also, do not copy or reproduce passports
    issued by the government, licenses issued
    by public agencies and private groups, ID
    cards, and tickets, such as passes and meal
    coupons.

    v

    Introduction—Notices

    CAUTION



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    A built-in hard disk drive requires careful handling.

    Introduction—Notices

    This Product is a High-precision Device Containing Internal Hard Disk Drive.
    • Read "For Your Safety" and "Caring for Your COOLWALKER MSV-01" before use, and be very careful
    when handling the product. Damage to the hard disk drive will not only require high repair
    expenses, but can also cause corruption or irreversible loss of the stored data.
    • After copying, moving recorded data, or performing any other saving operation, confirm that the
    data have been correctly stored in the destination location.
    • Ensure that your data is backed up using another recording medium.
    Nikon will not be held liable for any damages resulting from deletion, loss and damage of recorded
    data.

    Use only electronic accessories approved for use with this product
    This product is designed to the highest standards and includes complex electronic circuitry. Only the
    electronic accessories (including battery pack and AC adapter) certified by Nikon specifically for use with
    this Nikon product are engineered and proven to operate within the operational and safety
    requirements of this electronic circuitry.
    THE USE OF ELECTRONIC ACCESSORIES NOT APPROVED BY NIKON SPECIFICALLY FOR USE WITH THIS
    PRODUCT COULD DAMAGE THIS PRODUCT AND MAY VOID YOUR NIKON WARRANTY.
    The use of third-party rechargeable Li-ion polymer batteries not approved by Nikon could interfere with
    normal operation of this Nikon product or result in the batteries overheating, igniting, rupturing, or
    leaking.
    For more information about Nikon brand accessories, contact a local authorized Nikon dealer.

    Life-Long Learning
    As part of Nikon's “Life-Long Learning” commitment to ongoing product support and education,
    continually-updated information is available on-line at the following sites:
    • For users in the U.S.A.: http://www.nikonusa.com/
    • For users in Europe: http://www.europe-nikon.com/support
    • For users in Asia, Oceania, the Middle East, and Africa: http://www.nikon-asia.com/
    Visit these sites to keep up-to-date with the latest product information, tips, answers to frequently asked
    questions (FAQs), and general advice on digital imaging and photography. Additional information may
    be available from the Nikon representative in your area. See the URL below for contact information:
    http://nikonimaging.com/

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    Table of Contents
    Introduction

    i

    Preparation

    Table of Contents

    For Your Safety ................................................................................................................... i
    Notices............................................................................................................................... iv

    1

    About the COOLWALKER MSV-01 .................................................................................... 1
    Check the Package Contents............................................................................................. 2
    Parts of the COOLWALKER MSV-01.................................................................................. 3
    Main Unit ................................................................................................................. 3
    Remote Control Unit ............................................................................................... 5
    Navigating the Menus....................................................................................................... 6
    Installing and Charging the Battery Pack ........................................................................ 8
    Power-ON/OFF ................................................................................................................. 10
    Checking the Battery Level ............................................................................................. 10
    Setting Display Language ............................................................................................... 11

    Basic Operation

    12

    Inserting a Memory Card ................................................................................................ 12
    Copying Images from a Memory Card (Copy CF card ➡ HDD)...................................... 13
    Viewing Images Stored on the COOLWALKER MSV-01 (Play HDD images)................. 14
    Displaying Image Information ........................................................................................ 16
    Taking a Closer Look: Playback Zoom ............................................................................ 17
    Viewing Images Stored on a Memory Card (Play CF card images) ............................... 17
    Button Operations (List View and Image Playback) ...................................................... 19
    List View ................................................................................................................. 19
    Thumbnail Playback .............................................................................................. 20
    Full-Screen Playback .............................................................................................. 21
    Movie Playback ...................................................................................................... 22

    Organizing Images

    23

    The EDIT Menu ................................................................................................................ 23
    Displaying the EDIT Menu .................................................................................... 23
    Delete ..................................................................................................................... 24
    Move ...................................................................................................................... 25
    Copy ....................................................................................................................... 26
    New folder ............................................................................................................. 27
    Rename .................................................................................................................. 28
    Search ..................................................................................................................... 28

    Saving Images to a Computer

    30

    Driver Software Installation (Windows 98 Second Edition Only) ....................... 30
    Connecting the USB Cable .............................................................................................. 32
    Copying Images to the Computer .................................................................................. 33
    Disconnecting the COOLWALKER MSV-01 ..................................................................... 34

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    Advanced Operation

    35

    Table of Contents

    Viewing Pictures on TV ................................................................................................... 35
    Copying Images to a Memory Card (Copy HDD ➡ CF card) .......................................... 36
    Copying All Images in a Selected Folder .............................................................. 36
    Copying a Selected Image ..................................................................................... 37
    Printing Pictures............................................................................................................... 38
    DPOF printset................................................................................................................... 39
    Printing Via Direct USB Connection (PictBridge) ........................................................... 42
    Connecting to a Printer ......................................................................................... 42
    Printing Images Stored on the MSV-01 ................................................................ 43
    Printing Images Stored on a Memory Card ......................................................... 45
    Printing Images Stored on a Memory Card Using DPOF Settings ...................... 46
    Finishing Direct Printing ....................................................................................... 47
    Slideshow ......................................................................................................................... 48
    Playing All Images in HDD .................................................................................... 48
    Playing All Images in a Selected Folder ............................................................... 49
    Playing Selected Images ........................................................................................ 49
    Operations During the Slideshow ........................................................................ 51
    Deselect images ..................................................................................................... 51
    Set interval ............................................................................................................. 52
    The SET UP Menu............................................................................................................. 53
    Brightness .............................................................................................................. 53
    Language ............................................................................................................... 54
    Auto power off ...................................................................................................... 54
    Video mode ........................................................................................................... 54
    Format (CF Card/HDD) ........................................................................................... 55
    The INFORMATION Screen .............................................................................................. 56
    Displaying Memory Information .......................................................................... 56

    Technical Notes
    Optional Accessories........................................................................................................
    Caring for Your COOLWALKER MSV-01.........................................................................
    Error Messages.................................................................................................................
    Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................................
    Specifications ...................................................................................................................

    Index

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    57
    57
    58
    62
    64
    65

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    Preparation

    About the COOLWALKER MSV-01
    The diagram below illustrates the functions of the MSV-01.

    Preparation—About the COOLWALKER MSV-01

    Supported Image Data Formats
    • The COOLWALKER MSV-01 supports image data recorded with Nikon digital cameras (DCF format).
    • The COOLWALKER MSV-01 supports NEF (Nikon Electronic Image Format) files (RAW files containing
    embedded preview images).
    • Images taken with cameras from other manufacturers or images edited using a computer may not be
    displayed or printed correctly.
    • The DPOF printset function supports only JPEG images stored on a CompactFlash™ card.
    • The COOLWALKER MSV-01 supports JPEG images for printing via direct USB connection (PictBridge).
    • For information on image data supported for displaying, please see "Image Data Supported for Playback" (
    15) and "Specifications" (
    65).

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    Check the Package Contents
    Unpack the COOLWALKER MSV-01 box and check the contents to make sure that you have all the
    items listed below.

    Preparation—Check the Package Contents

    COOLWALKER MSV-01

    AC Adapter DSA-0151F-05

    User's Manual (this manual)

    Remote Control Unit ML-CW1
    (CR2025 Lithium Battery included)

    Warranty

    Audio/Video (A/V) cable EG-CW1

    Soft Case CF-CW1

    USB interface cable UC-E9

    MSV-01 Windows® 98 SE Driver Installer CD

    Battery pack case (for use with the removed battery
    pack)

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    Parts of the COOLWALKER MSV-01
    Main Unit
    HDD Access lamp (flashes
    during reading from or
    writing to the internal HDD)

    Preparation—Parts of the COOLWALKER MSV-01

    Power-on lamp
    (
    10)
    Power switch
    (
    10)

    LCD Monitor

    Right function button
    (Right button)
    (
    6)

    Multi selector
    (
    6)

    Left function button
    (Left button) (
    6)

    Enter button
    (
    6)

    Memory card slot
    (
    12)
    Remote-control sensor
    (
    6)

    Memory card slot cover
    (
    12)

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    Preparation—Parts of the COOLWALKER MSV-01

    DC-in connector (

    Interface connector cover
    Audio/Video-out connector (

    35)

    USB connector (

    8)

    30, 42)

    Interface connector cover

    Battery pack (Rechargeable
    Li-ion Polymer Battery EN-EL6)
    (
    8)

    Battery release button
    (
    8)

    Battery Release Button
    • Do not press the battery release button when charging the battery pack or when operating the MSV-01.
    • Make sure to turn the MSV-01 main unit off and disconnect the AC adapter before removing the battery pack.

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    Remote Control Unit
    Remote control transmitter

    Power OFF button
    (
    10)

    Rotate button

    Preparation—Parts of the COOLWALKER MSV-01

    Left function button
    (Left button)
    (
    6)

    Right function button
    (Right button) (
    6)

    Multi selector
    (
    6)

    Enter button
    (
    6)

    Battery holder (CR2025 lithium battery)

    Before Using the Remote Control Unit Remove the Insulating Tape.
    The remote control unit is shipped with an insulating tape in the battery
    holder. Before using the remote control unit remove the insulating tape,
    pulling it in the direction indicated by the arrow.
    Insulating
    Tape

    Inserting the CR2025 Lithium Battery
    1. Press the latch inwards (➀) and pull out the battery holder (➁) at the base of the remote
    control unit in the direction indicated by the arrow in the illustration.
    2. Place the battery in the battery holder (➂).
    3. Insert the battery holder into the remote control unit. Push it in until the latch locks in place (➃).
    Make sure that the positive (+) side of the battery
    is in correct orientation as indicated on the back
    of the remote control unit.


    Battery holder latch






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    Navigating the Menus
    .

    Main menu

    Preparation—Navigating the Menus

    Right function button
    (Right button)
    Executes commands
    displayed bottom-right

    Left function button
    (Left button)
    Executes commands
    displayed bottom-left
    Enter button

    Remote Control Unit
    Multi selector

    Power off
    button

    Press

    to move cursor up.

    Press

    to move cursor down.

    Press

    Rotate
    button

    to display sub-menu.

    • In the list view: Press

    to open a folder (

    19).

    • In the list view: Press

    to close a folder (

    19).

    Multi Selector and Enter Button


    Use the multi selector to navigate through menus and make selections. The currently selected
    menu item is highlighted.



    Press enter button



    on the multi selector may perform the same function as the enter button, i.e. open the submenu screen.

    to execute a highlighted entry.

    Function Buttons
    The Left function button (Left button) and Right function button (Right button) perform the
    functions shown at the bottom left and right corners of the monitor, respectively.

    Remote Control Unit


    Operate the remote control unit pointing it at the remote-control sensor located beside the
    memory card slot of the main unit (
    3).



    The Power OFF button on the remote control unit turns the MSV-01 main unit off.



    The Rotate button rotates, by 90° steps counter-clockwise, the image currently displayed in
    full-screen playback mode (
    15).



    All buttons except for the Power OFF and Rotate buttons on the remote control work in the
    same way as the equivalent buttons on the MSV-01 main unit.

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    The Main Menu
    When the MSV-01 is turned on, the monitor briefly displays a welcome screen, and then takes you
    to the main menu.

    Item

    Preparation—Navigating the Menus

    Memory Card Inserted

    Memory Card not Inserted

    Description

    Copy CF card ➡ HDD

    Copy all the data recorded within a memory card onto
    the MSV-01 hard disk drive.

    Play HDD images

    View image files stored on the MSV-01 hard disk drive.

    14

    Play CF card images

    View image files stored on a memory card.

    17

    Copy HDD ➡ CF card

    Copy data stored on the MSV-01 hard disk drive to a
    memory card.

    36

    Print

    Print to a PictBridge printer connected to the MSV-01 via
    direct USB connection, or set DPOF printing for image
    files saved on a memory card.

    38

    Slideshow

    View image files stored on the MSV-01 hard disk drive in
    an automated slideshow.

    48

    SET UP (Left button)

    Press SET UP (Left button) to display the SET UP menu
    allowing to perform basic settings.

    53

    INFO. (Right button)

    Press INFO. (Right button) to display the INFORMATION
    screen allowing to confirm the free space on the MSV-01
    hard disk drive or memory card.

    56

    13

    If no memory card is inserted, the Copy CF card ➡ HDD, Play CF card images and Copy HDD ➡
    CF card options are not available.
    The EDIT Menu
    To display the EDIT menu (
    23), press EDIT (Right button) when a folder or a file are selected
    while using the Play HDD images or Play CF card images options. Use the EDIT menu to
    delete, copy, move, rename image files of folders, create new folders or perform search for
    images taken within a specified range of dates.

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    Installing and Charging the Battery Pack
    Before Using the COOLWALKER MSV-01 Remove the Insulating Tape.
    The battery pack is shipped with an insulating tape
    over its terminal.
    (1) Remove the battery pack from the MSV-01 main
    unit following the instructions provided in the
    "Removing the Battery Pack" section below.

    Preparation—Installing and Charging the Battery Pack

    Insulating
    tape
    Terminals

    (2) Remove the insulating tape from the battery pack.
    (3) Reinstall the battery pack following the instructions provided in the "Installing the Battery Pack"
    section below.

    1





    2







    Power-on lamp

    Installing the Battery Pack
    (1) Align the battery pack horizontally with the bottom of the MSV-01 main unit as shown on the
    illustration (➃). Make sure that the battery pack
    terminals do not extend over the main unit protruding part (➄).





    Removing the Battery Pack
    Push the battery release button (➀) and slide the battery pack in the direction of the arrow (➁) to remove
    it from the the MSV-01 main unit (➂).

    (2) Slide the battery pack in the direction of the
    arrow onto the bottom of the MSV-01 main unit
    until it locks into position (➅). Make sure that the
    battery pack is fully seated as shown on the illustration (➆, ➇).



    3

    Charging the Battery Pack
    To charge the battery pack, it must first be installed
    on the MSV-01 main unit.
    (1) Make sure that the power-on lamp on the MSV-01
    main unit is off.

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    (2) Open the interface connector cover, and connect
    the supplied AC adapter to DC-in connector (➈).
    Plug the AC adapter into an outlet (➉).
    (3) Charging will begin immediately.
    While the battery is charging, the power-on lamp
    flashes in orange. Charging is complete when the
    orange power-on lamp stops flashing.
    An exhausted battery can be fully charged in
    about 4.5 hours.



    (4) Remove the AC adapter, while the MSV-01 is still
    off.
    Using the COOLWALKER MSV-01 from an AC Power Supply Source
    • To use your MSV-01 from an AC power source, connect the AC adapter and turn the power switch on.
    • Charging is not performed when the MSV-01 is on with the AC adapter connected.

    Removing and Installing the Battery Pack
    • Before removing the battery pack make sure that the MSV-01 is turned off and the AC adapter is disconnected.
    • When removing or attaching the battery pack, always observe the correct procedure described in this
    manual to avoid damaging the battery terminals.
    • Do not touch the battery pack terminals to avoid damaging them and prevent them from becoming
    dirty.
    • Do not leave unattended or transport the MSV-01 with the battery pack removed.
    • Do not remove the battery pack when using the MSV-01 from an AC power supply source. If you accidentally connect the AC adapter to the MSV-01 with the battery pack removed, the power-on lamp
    will light up (orange). Make sure that the MSV-01 is off, disconnect the AC adapter and attach the
    battery pack.

    The AC Adapter
    • Accidental disconnection of the AC adapter while the MSV-01 is turned on may damage the device.
    When using the device, be careful not to disconnect the AC adapter.
    • Be sure to read and follow the precautions in the "For Your Safety" (
    i-iii) section and notes on
    using the AC adapter (
    59) in this manual.

    The Battery Pack
    • When transporting or storing a spare battery pack, place it in the supplied case.
    • On handling the battery pack, refer to the Li-ion Polymer Battery EN-EL6 manual. When installing or
    removing the battery pack, be sure to read and follow the precautions in the "For Your Safety"
    (
    i-iii) and "Notices" (
    iv - vi) sections, as well as notes on using the battery pack in the
    "Batteries" (
    60) section in this manual.

    9

    Preparation—Installing and Charging the Battery Pack





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    Power-ON/OFF
    To power the MSV-01 on, press and hold down the power switch (
    3) for about 2 seconds. The
    monitor will turn on showing the welcome screen, then it will switch to the main menu. To turn
    the MSV-01 off, press and hold down the power switch for about 2 seconds when the power-on
    lamp is on.
    The MSV-01 status is shown as follows:
    Preparation—Power-ON/OFF

    Power switch

    Power-on lamp

    Power-on Lamp
    ON (green)

    COOLWALKER MSV-01
    Power ON

    OFF

    Power OFF

    Blinking (orange)

    Charging (OFF)

    On (orange)

    Charging completed (OFF)

    Turning the Power On/Off
    • Be sure to turn the MSV-01 off, when:
    - inserting or removing a memory card;
    - connecting or disconnecting the A/V cable;
    - removing the battery pack.
    • The MSV-01 will not go off if the power switch is pressed while the copy (
    13, 26, 36), or HDD/
    memory card format (
    55) operation is in progress and "Copying..." or "Formatting..." is
    displayed on the monitor.

    Auto Power Off
    If no operation is performed for one minute (default setting) when running on battery power, the MSV01 will turn off automatically.
    • This setting can be changed using the Auto power off option in the SET UP menu (
    54).
    • The Auto power off function is disabled when the MSV-01 is running on the AC power supply.

    Checking the Battery Level
    The battery status is displayed at the bottom of the MSV-01 monitor.
    Display

    Description
    Battery is fully charged.
    Battery power is low. The power may go off during operation.
    Battery is exhausted. Recharge or use the AC
    adapter immediately.

    Battery status

    Not displayed

    The MSV-01 is operating from an AC power
    source.

    During operation, the display may temporarily indicate a lower than the actual remaining battery
    charge.
    Using the MSV-01 from an AC Power Source
    To power the MSV-01 continuously for extended periods, use the DSA-0151F-05 AC adapter. Do not,
    under any circumstances, use another make or model of an AC adapter. Failure to observe this
    precaution could result in overheating or in damage to the MSV-01.

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    Setting Display Language

    1

    2

    3

    Highlight Language using
    press

    or

    and

    .

    4
    Highlight Deutsch (German), English,
    Español (Spanish), or Français (French),
    and press
    .

    Press MENU (Left button) to return to the
    main menu.

    The selected language will be set for
    menus and messages and the screen will
    return to the SET UP menu.

    11

    Preparation—Setting Display Language

    Press SET UP (Left button) to display the
    SET UP menu.



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    Basic Operation

    Inserting a Memory Card
    To copy image data from a memory card to the MSV-01 or from the MSV-01 to a memory card,
    insert a CompactFlash™ memory card into the memory card slot.

    1

    Turn the MSV-01 off
    Confirm that the monitor is off and the power-on lamp is off
    or, if the AC adapter is connected, is lit or flashing orange
    (
    10).

    Basic Operation—Inserting a Memory Card

    2

    Open the memory card slot cover
    Gently slide the memory card slot cover downwards to expose
    the memory card slot.

    Terminals
    Direction of
    insertion

    3

    Insert a memory card
    Insert a memory card into the memory card slot in the direction shown on the illustration.
    Insert the memory card firmly, but without excess force.

    Front

    (When correctly inserted, a CompactFlash™ memory card
    protrudes approximately 12 mm from the MSV-01 main unit.)
    Inserting Memory Cards

    12mm

    • Insert the memory card terminals first. Inserting the card
    upside down or backwards could damage the MSV-01 or the
    card. Check to be sure that the card is in the correct orientation.
    • Perform all operations on a table or any other stable flat surface to avoid dropping the MSV-01 or memory cards.

    Removing Memory Cards
    Memory cards can be removed without loss of data when the MSV-01 is off. To remove a memory card,
    turn the MSV-01 off and confirm that the power-on lamp is off or, if the AC adapter is connected, is lit or
    flashing orange. Then grasp the protruding section of the memory card, and pull it out.
    Note that memory cards may become hot during use. Observe due caution when removing memory
    cards from the MSV-01.

    Supported Memory Cards
    The memory card slot accepts CompactFlash™ memory cards (Type I and II).
    On memory cards approved for use with the COOLWALKER MSV-01 see "Approved Memory Cards"
    (
    57).

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    Copying Images from a Memory Card (Copy CF card ➡ HDD)
    Use Copy CF card ➡ HDD from the main menu to copy all data recorded within a memory card
    onto the MSV-01.

    1

    Insert a memory card into the memory card slot (
    12), then turn the
    MSV-01 on.
    The monitor will go on and display the main menu.
    When using the battery pack, check the battery level (indicated on the
    monitor) (

    10).

    3
    Highlight Copy CF card ➡ HDD using

    Press

    or

    Copying will begin immediately. "Copying..."
    is displayed on the monitor while copying is in
    progress. Press CANCEL (Left button) to abort
    copying.

    .

    .

    Copying Images

    4
    When "Copy finished" is displayed, press
    (OK) to return to the main menu.

    • Do not expose the device to shocks or vibration during copy operation.
    • Do not remove the memory card or AC
    adapter during copy operation.
    • Using Play HDD images (
    14), confirm that
    the data have been stored on the MSV-01 hard
    disk.

    Deleting Copied Images or Folders
    To delete copied images or folders, use Delete option (

    24) from the EDIT menu (

    23).

    Files Copied onto the MSV-01
    Each time you copy data from a memory card, the MSV-01 creates a new folder on its HDD and
    stores all the images in that folder.
    The folder name is a number representing the date of the latest recording in the memory card, in
    the format "YYYYMMDD.NNN".
    YYYY is the year, MM is the month, DD is the day, NNN is a running serial number starting from 001 to distinguish folders created on the same date (e.g.: 20040601.001).
    Date Setting
    To ensure that the copied folder names reflect the dates on which your
    pictures are taken and use the Search function (
    28), make sure that your
    digital camera clock is correctly set.

    13

    Basic Operation—Copying Images from a Memory Card (Copy CF card ➡ HDD)

    2



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    Viewing Images Stored on the COOLWALKER MSV-01 (Play HDD images)
    Use Play HDD images from the main menu to view images stored on the MSV-01.

    1

    2

    Basic Operation—Viewing Images Stored on the COOLWALKER MSV-01 (Play HDD images)

    Highlight Play HDD images using
    .

    or

    Press
    . You will see a list of folders
    stored on the hard disk.
    • The
    icon at the top of the screen
    represents the root folder on the MSV-01
    hard disk.

    3

    4
    Using

    or

    , highlight a folder.

    Press
    Using
    • Press

    5

    to hide a list of sub-folders.

    6
    Press
    to display a list of sub-folders in the
    DCIM folder. Using
    or
    , highlight a
    folder containing images inside the DCIM
    folder (example: 100NCD70, 100NIKON etc.).

    7

    Press
    to display thumbnails of images
    and sub-folders inside the folder.

    8
    Select an image to play full-screen, moving
    the cursor (a yellow frame) with
    ,
    ,
    or
    .
    • The name of the currently selected file is
    displayed bottom-left.

    14

    to display a list of sub-folders in the folder.
    or
    , highlight the DCIM folder.

    Press
    to view the selected image in fullscreen playback.
    To display the next or previous images,
    press
    or
    on the multi selector.



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    9
    Press
    (Left button) to return to thumbnail playback (Step 7). Press LIST (Left button) to return to
    the list view (Step 5), and then press MENU (Left button) to return to the main menu.

    Image Data Supported for Playback

    Viewing Images in Rotated Orientation
    In full-screen playback mode, still images can be displayed in rotated orientation.
    To change the orientation of a still image, press the Rotate button
    on the remote control unit
    (
    5). This button rotates the displayed image 90º counter-clockwise each time you press it.

    Viewing Movies
    Movies can be played in full-screen playback mode.
    When
    (a movie icon) is shown for the currently displayed image, press
    (
    22).

    to begin movie playback

    Operations during Playback
    For button operations available during playback, see pg.20-22.

    15

    Basic Operation—Viewing Images Stored on the COOLWALKER MSV-01 (Play HDD images)

    • Only image files and sub-folders in the selected folder are displayed in the thumbnail playback mode.
    The
    icon is displayed for images not supported for playback on the MSV-01.
    • Only image files are displayed in the full-screen playback mode.
    • The COOLWALKER MSV-01 provides support for the image data recorded with Nikon digital cameras
    (DCF format).
    • The COOLWALKER MSV-01 supports NEF (RAW) files containing embedded JPEG preview images.
    • Large size images may not be displayed correctly.
    • Images hidden with a camera will also be played.
    • Images taken with cameras from other manufacturers or images edited using a computer may not be
    displayed or printed correctly.
    • In thumbnail playback, movies are indicated by
    (a movie icon). In full-screen playback,
    (a
    movie icon) and movie playback guide are displayed (
    16).
    • For image files with attached voice memos, in full-screen playback
    (a voice memo icon) and a voice
    memo playback guide are displayed (
    16).
    • File and folder names, set or edited using the computer, may not be displayed correctly on the MSV-01.
    • Long file and folder names that exceed maximum length will be abbreviated with an asterisk (*).



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    Displaying Image Information
    Image information is superimposed on images displayed in full-screen playback (
    There are five pages of image information for each image. Press
    through image information as follows:





    Basic Operation—Displaying Image Information







    1




    Viewing an image with File Information (displayed
    by default)
    ➀ Date of recording

    ➅ Folder name

    ➁ Time of recording

    ➆ File name

    ➂ Zoom guide
    ➃ Print-order icon (

    ➇ Voice memo
    40)

    /Movie icon

    *

    ➈ Voice/Movie Playback guide*

    ➄ Image size (Pixels)







    14, 18).

    on the multi selector to cycle

    * Displayed only for images with an
    attached voice memo or movies.

    2

    Viewing an image without File Information

    3

    Shooting Data 1**
    ➀ Camera type
    ➁ Metering method
    ➂ Exposure mode
    ➃ Shutter speed








    4

    ➄ File name

    Shooting Data 2**
    ➀ Aperture
    ➁ Exposure compensation
    ➂ Focal length (Digital zoom ratio)
    ➃ File size
    ➄ Sensitivity (ISO equivalency)

    5

    ➅ White balance

    Histogram
    Shows the distribution of tones in the image: the horizontal axis
    corresponds to pixel brightness, with dark tones to the left and
    bright tones to the right, while the vertical axis shows the
    number of pixels of each brightness in the image. The MSV-01
    histogram is for use only as a guide and may differ from those
    displayed in imaging applications or on a camera.

    ** The displayed items depend on the camera used for shooting.

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    Taking a Closer Look: Playback Zoom
    Press
    to zoom in on a still image displayed in full-screen playback (
    14, 18). To increase zoom,
    press
    (Right button).
    Three steps of zoom are available (x2, x4, x8).
    Zoom is not available for RAW, TIFF or movie files.
    Zoom is not available when an image is displayed with superimposed Shooting Data 1, Shooting
    Data 2 or Histogram (
    16).
    While the image is zoomed-in, a zoom-in
    icon and zoom ratio are displayed in the top left
    corner of the monitor.

    Press

    View other areas of
    the picture

    Description
    Use
    ,
    ,
    or
    to scroll to areas of the image
    not visible in the monitor.

    Zoom increases each time button is pressed.

    Zoom in (JPEG only)
    (Right button)
    Zoom out

    Zoom decreases each time the button is pressed.
    (Left button)

    Return to full-screen
    mode

    Cancel zoom and return to full-screen display.

    To view other pictures, first cancel zoom, then select another image using the multi selector.

    Viewing Images Stored on a Memory Card (Play CF card images)
    Select Play CF card images from the main menu to view images stored in a memory card.

    1

    Insert a memory card into the memory card slot (

    2

    12), and turn the MSV-01 on.

    3
    Highlight Play CF card images using
    or
    .

    Press
    to display the thumbnails of the
    folders stored on the memory card. Using
    ,
    ,
    or
    , highlight the DCIM
    folder. The name of the currently selected
    folder is displayed bottom-left.

    17

    Basic Operation—Taking a Closer Look: Playback Zoom

    To



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    4

    5
    Press
    to display thumbnails of folders containing images. Using
    ,
    ,
    or
    select a folder.

    Basic Operation—Viewing Images Stored on a Memory Card (Play CF card images)

    6

    Press
    to display thumbnails of the
    images stored in the folder.

    7
    Select an image to play full-screen, moving
    the cursor (a yellow frame) with
    ,
    ,
    or
    on the multi selector.
    • The file name of the currently selected
    image is displayed bottom left.

    Press
    to view the image in full-screen
    playback.
    To display the next or previous image, press
    or
    .

    8
    Press
    (Left button) to return to thumbnail playback (Step 6). Press MENU (Left button) to return to the
    main menu.

    Image Data Supported for Playback
    For supported image data formats see "Image Data Supported for Playback" (

    Operations during Playback
    For button operations available during playback, see pg.20-22.

    18

    15).



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    Button Operations (List View and Image Playback)
    You can use the following button operations in the list view, thumbnail playback and full-screen
    playback modes.

    List View
    Highlight Play HDD images (
    14) from the main menu and press
    to display a list of folders
    stored on the MSV-01 hard disk drive. The following operations are available in the list view
    mode.

    To

    Press

    Description

    Highlight folders

    Press
    or
    folders.

    Open a folder

    Open a selected folder to list up sub-folders inside it.
    sub-folders are displayed up to the sixth level.

    Close a folder

    Close a list of sub-folders inside the selected folder.

    Display thumbnails

    Display sub-folders or images in a selected folder in
    the thumbnail playback mode.

    Go to the EDIT menu

    EDIT
    (Right button)

    Go to the main menu

    MENU
    (Left button)

    on the multi selector to highlight

    Go to the EDIT menu to edit the selected folder
    (
    23).
    Return to the main menu.

    19

    Basic Operation—Button Operations (List View and Image Playback)

    Play HDD images



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    Thumbnail Playback
    The following operations are available in the thumbnail view displayed after selecting Play HDD
    images (
    14) or Play CF card images (
    17).

    Basic Operation—Button Operations (List View and Image Playback)

    Play HDD images

    To

    Play CF card images

    Press

    Highlight images and
    sub-folders

    Press
    ,
    images.

    View the highlighted
    image full-screen or
    display the thumbnails
    of the contents in the
    highlighted sub-folder
    Go to the EDIT menu

    Description
    ,

    or

    to highlight sub-folders or

    Select an image and press
    lighted image full screen.

    Select a sub-folder and press
    to display the thumbnails of the contents in the highlighted sub-folder.
    EDIT
    (Right button)

    Go to the EDIT menu to edit the selected folder or
    image file (
    23).

    Return to the LIST screen
    (Play HDD images)

    LIST
    (Left button)

    Return to the LIST screen.

    Return to the main menu
    (Play CF card images)

    MENU
    (Left button)

    Return to the main menu.

    20

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    Full-Screen Playback
    The following operations are available in the full-screen view displayed after selecting Play HDD
    images (
    14) or Play CF card images (
    17).

    To

    Press

    Description

    View next image

    Press

    to view the next image.

    View previous image

    Press

    to view the previous image.

    Cycle through image
    information displayed

    Press
    to cycle through image information.
    Shooting information and histogram will be
    displayed (
    16).
    Press
    to play back a voice memo, when
    (a voice
    memo icon) appears for the currently displayed image.✽

    Play/Pause voice memo

    Press

    to pause the voice memo playback.

    Play back a movie (for
    movies only)

    Press
    to play back a movie, when
    (a movie icon)
    appears for the currently displayed image (
    22).

    Zoom in (for still images
    only)

    to zoom in on a still image displayed in fullPress
    screen playback (
    17). Press
    to cancel zoom for
    a currently zoomed-in image.

    Rotate an image

    In full-screen playback, press the Rotate button on
    the remote control unit to rotate an image 90º
    counter-clockwise (
    6, 15).

    Go to EDIT menu
    Go to thumbnail playback

    (Remote
    control unit)
    EDIT
    (Right button)
    (Left button)

    Go to the EDIT menu to edit the displayed image
    (
    23).
    Return to thumbnail playback.

    ✽ To hear sound during voice memo or movie playback, connect the MSV-01 to a television or VCR using
    the attached audio/video cable.
    For more information on connecting to a television, see “Viewing Pictures on TV” (
    35).

    21

    Basic Operation—Button Operations (List View and Image Playback)

    Play HDD images/Play CF card images



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    Movie Playback
    You can play back a movie file displayed in full-screen playback mode, which can be accessed from
    the main menu using Play HDD images (
    14) or Play CF card images (
    17).
    Movies are indicated by
    and can be viewed by pressing
    available during movie playback.

    . The following operations are

    Basic Operation—Button Operations (List View and Image Playback)

    During playback

    To

    Press

    Description

    Start/
    Pause/
    Resume movie
    playback

    Press
    to start playback. While playback is in
    progress, press
    to pause playback. Press
    again
    to resume. When the movie ends, first frame of the
    movie will be displayed.✽

    Fast forward/
    Advance movie one
    frame during pause

    Press and hold
    to fast-forward through the
    movie. When the movie is paused, press
    to
    advance the movie one frame.

    Rewind/
    Rewind movie one
    frame during pause

    Press and hold
    to rewind the movie. When the
    movie is paused, press
    to rewind the movie one
    frame back.

    Quit movie playback

    (Left button)

    Press to quit movie playback.

    ✽ To hear sound during movie playback, connect the MSV-01 to a television or VCR using the attached
    audio/video cable.
    For more information on connecting to a television, see “Viewing Pictures on TV” (
    35).
    ✽ The MSV-01 supports movies bigger than "Small size 320" and smaller than "TV movie 640" captured
    at up to 15 frames per second, and "Small size 320" or smaller size movies captured at up to 30
    frames per second.

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    Organizing Images

    The EDIT Menu
    Using the items from the EDIT menu , which can be accessed from Play HDD images or Play CF
    card images, you can perform the following operations for a selected image file or folder.
    Item

    Description
    Delete the selected image file or folder.

    24

    Move

    Move the selected image file or folder to a new destination inside the MSV-01 HDD.

    25

    Copy

    Copy the selected image file or folder to a different
    destination folder inside the MSV-01 HDD.

    26

    New folder

    Create a new folder.

    27

    Rename

    Rename an existing image file or folder.

    28

    Search

    Search for image files created within a specified range of dates.

    28

    BACK (Right button)

    Go back to the previous step (list view, thumbnail or fullscreen playback).



    Organizing Images—The EDIT Menu

    Delete

    Displaying the EDIT Menu

    Select the Play HDD images or Play CF
    card images options from the main menu.

    In the list view (Play
    HDD images),
    thumbnails or fullscreen playback
    mode, select an
    image file or a folder
    for editing.

    Press EDIT (Right button). The EDIT menu will be displayed.

    Notes on Editing
    • Image files or folders edited using the MSV-01 may not be displayed correctly on your camera.
    • The root folder
    cannot be deleted, moved, copied or renamed.

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    Delete
    Use this option to delete an image file or folder selected in list view or thumbnail playback.
    If a folder is selected, all data inside the folder including images will be deleted.

    1

    2
    Press EDIT (Right button) to display the
    EDIT menu (
    23), then using
    or
    highlight Delete.

    Press
    . A confirmation screen will be
    displayed.

    Organizing Images—The EDIT Menu

    3
    Using
    Press

    or

    select Yes to delete a file or folder, No to exit without deleting.

    to execute the selected option and return to the list view or playback screen.

    Press CANCEL (Left button) in the DELETE confirmation screen to abort the operation.

    Before Deletion
    • Once deleted, images cannot be recovered. The Delete operation also deletes images protected with
    the camera.
    • Be sure that any pictures you would like to keep have been transferred to another storage device or
    computer.

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    Move
    Use this option to move an image file or folder selected in list view or thumbnail playback, or the
    currently displayed image to a new destination inside the MSV-01.

    1

    2
    Press EDIT (Right button) to display the
    EDIT menu (
    23), then using
    or
    highlight Move.

    Press
    . A list of the stored folders will
    appear. Using
    ,
    ,
    or
    select a
    destination folder.

    3
    Press
    . A confirmation screen will be
    displayed.
    highlight Yes or No.

    Using

    or

    Press
    option.

    to execute the highlighted

    Press CANCEL (Left button) to abort the
    operation.
    After completing the operation the screen
    will return to the list, thumbnail or fullscreen playback view of the source
    location. When in the full-screen playback
    mode, an image next after the moved one
    will be displayed.

    "SAME FILE NAME EXISTS. OVERWRITE?"
    will appear, if a file with the same name
    already exists in the destination folder.
    Overwriting will delete the existing file in
    the destination folder. Deleted files cannot
    be recovered.
    • To overwrite the existing file, using
    highlight Yes and press
    .
    • To cancel overwriting, highlight No and
    press
    or press BACK (Right button).
    Then select a different destination folder
    or change the existing file name using
    Rename.

    25

    Organizing Images—The EDIT Menu

    • To move to the root level, select the root
    folder
    at the top of the list.



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    Copy
    Use this option to copy an image file or folder selected in list view or thumbnail playback, or the
    currently displayed image to a different destination folder inside the MSV-01.

    1

    2
    Press EDIT (Right button) to display the
    EDIT menu (
    23), then using
    or
    highlight Copy.

    Press
    . A list of the stored folders will
    appear. Using
    ,
    ,
    or
    select a
    destination folder.

    Organizing Images—The EDIT Menu

    • To copy to the root level, select the root
    folder
    at the top of the list.

    3
    Press
    . A confirmation screen will be
    displayed.
    Using
    Press
    option.

    or

    highlight Yes or No.

    to execute the highlighted

    Press CANCEL (Left button) to abort the
    operation.
    After completing the operation the screen
    will return to the list, thumbnail or full-screen
    playback view of the source location.

    "SAME FILE NAME EXISTS. OVERWRITE?"
    will appear, if a file with the same name
    already exists in the copy destination
    folder. Overwriting will delete the existing
    file in the destination folder. Deleted files
    cannot be recovered.
    • To overwrite the existing file, using
    highlight Yes and press
    .
    • To cancel overwriting, select No and
    press
    or press BACK (Right button).
    Then select a different destination folder
    or change the existing file name using
    Rename.

    Copying from a Memory Card to the MSV-01 HDD
    Use Copy CF card ➡ HDD (
    13) to copy all image files stored in the memory card to the MSV-01.
    Delete images that you do not need using the Delete option from the EDIT menu (
    24).

    Copying Images from the MSV-01 HDD to a Memory Card
    Use Copy HDD ➡ CF card (

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    New folder
    Use this option to create and name a new folder in the selected folder.

    1

    2
    Press EDIT (Right button) to display the
    EDIT menu (
    23), then using
    or
    highlight New folder.

    • To create a new folder at the root level,
    select the root folder
    at the top of
    the list.
    • If an image file is selected, the new
    folder will be created at the same level
    as the currently selected file.

    Input a name following the instructions
    provided in the "Name Input Screen Operations" section below.
    After entering the folder name, press OK
    (Right button). The new folder will be created and the monitor will return to the list
    view or playback display.
    • Press CANCEL (Left button) to cancel the
    operation.
    • File or folder names cannot begin with a
    space or period.

    Name Input Screen Operations
    To enter a character, highlight the required key using
    ,
    ,
    ,
    and
    press
    . The entered characters are displayed in the upper section of the
    monitor.
    • To edit the entered name, move cursor to the upper section of the screen
    by pressing
    repeatedly till the cursor begins flashing red. Then, move
    cursor through the entered name to the desired position using
    or
    .
    Del.
    Space

    Delete 1 character.
    Enter single space.

    Shift

    Select Shift and press
    and lower case letters.

    to shift alphabet input between capital

    Caps

    Select Caps and press

    to lock alphabet input to capital let-

    ters. Select Caps and press
    input.

    again to unlock capital letter

    Press
    to move cursor left to a desired position in the name
    you input.
    Press
    to move cursor right to a desired position in the name
    you input.

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    Organizing Images—The EDIT Menu

    • If a folder is selected, the new folder will
    be created inside the selected folder.

    Press
    . The folder name input screen
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    Rename
    Use this option to rename a selected image file or folder.

    1

    2
    Press EDIT (Right button) to display the
    EDIT menu (
    23), then using
    or
    highlight Rename.

    Press
    . The name input screen will be
    displayed.

    Organizing Images—The EDIT Menu

    Edit the name following the instructions
    provided in the "Name Input Screen Operations" section (
    27).
    After you have edited the name, press OK
    (Right button). The folder will be renamed
    and the monitor will return to the list view
    or playback display.
    • Press CANCEL (Left button) to cancel the
    operation.
    • When inputting the name, do not input
    the file extension letters. The file extension will be added to the entered name
    automatically.
    • File or folder names cannot begin with a
    space or period.

    Search
    Use this option to search for image files created within a specified range of dates inside the
    selected folder or inside the folder containing the selected image file.

    1

    2
    Press EDIT (Right button) to display the
    or
    EDIT menu (
    23), then using
    highlight Search.

    Press
    . The SEARCH menu will be
    displayed.
    • Highlight New and press
    . An input
    screen will be displayed allowing to
    specify a range of dates.
    • Select View previous result and press
    to view the previous search results.

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    New Search
    Using this option you can search for image files created within a specified range of dates (usually,
    shooting date).
    Set the start date (first line in the displayed screen) and the end date (second line in the displayed
    screen) for the search.

    To

    Press

    Description
    Select year, month and day.

    Move cursor

    Move cursor.

    Start searching

    After selecting the end date, press

    Cancel

    CANCEL (Left button)

    to start searching.

    Cancel searching.

    1. Select a year of the start date using
    or
    .
    2. Move cursor to the month field for the start date using
    .
    3. Follow step 1 to select a month for the start date.
    Follow step 2 to move to the day of the start date field, and continue until the end date is selected.
    4. Press
    to start searching.
    5. Search results are shown in contact sheets of six thumbnail images.
    Browse through thumbnails and highlight a required image using the multi selector.
    The search results can display a maximum of 400 image files. When there are 401 or more
    images, only 400 will be displayed.
    6. Press
    to view image in full-screen playback.
    To return to the SEARCH RESULT, press

    (Left button).

    View previous result
    Select View previous result from the SEARCH menu using
    or
    , and press
    ous search results (in contact sheets of six thumbnail images) will be displayed.

    . The previ-

    Displaying Search Results
    • To ensure that the file creation dates reflect the dates, on which your pictures are taken, make sure
    that your digital camera clock is set correctly.
    • It may take time till the search results are displayed when there are many image files in the selected folder.
    • Previous search results cannot be displayed if the MSV-01 HDD or memory card has been formatted.
    • Previous search results for images stored on a memory card cannot be displayed if the card has been removed.

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    Organizing Images—The EDIT Menu

    Enter date



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    Saving Images to a Computer
    Connect your MSV-01 to a computer to copy and save data stored on the MSV-01 to the computer.
    When connected to a computer using the provided USB interface cable UC-E9, the MSV-01 works
    as an external hard disk drive.
    In addition, the MSV-01 functions as a memory card reader (
    33).
    The MSV-01 supports the following operating systems:
    Windows XP Home Edition/Professional, Windows 2000, Windows Millennium Edition (ME),
    Windows 98 Second Edition (SE),
    Mac OS 9 (9.1 - 9.2), Mac OS X (10.1.2 or later).
    For more information on system requirements, see "Specifications" (
    66).
    Using the MSV-01 with Windows 98 SE
    To use the MSV-01 with Windows 98 SE, you must first install the MSV-01 USB drivers. Complete
    the following procedure to install the software before connecting the MSV-01 to the computer.
    Using the MSV-01 with Other Operation Systems
    You do not have to install the MSV-01 USB Drivers. Continue on to "Connecting the USB Cable"
    (
    32).

    Driver Software Installation (Windows 98 Second Edition Only)
    Saving Images to a Computer

    Before Installing MSV-01 USB Drivers


    Turn off any virus-checking software.



    Exit all other applications that may be running.

    1

    Turn on and start up the computer. Then insert
    the MSV-01 Windows® 98 SE Driver Installer CD
    into the CD-ROM drive. The Installer Language
    dialog will appear automatically.
    Select English and click OK.
    If the Installer Language dialog is not displayed

    2

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    Double-click the My Computer icon on the desktop
    and double-click the CD (COOLWALKER) icon in the
    My Computer window.

    The Nikon COOLWALKER MSV-01 USB
    Drivers Setup Wizard will start up. Read
    thoroughly the provided explanation, and then
    click Next.



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    3

    The destination folder for Nikon COOLWALKER
    MSV-01 USB Drivers will be displayed under
    "Destination Folder." Click Install to begin the
    installation.


    4

    Click Finish to complete the Nikon COOLWALKER MSV-01 USB Drivers installation.

    When the installation has completed, remove
    the MSV-01 Windows® 98 SE Driver Installer CD
    from the CD-ROM drive.

    Uninstalling the Nikon COOLWALKER MSV-01 USB Drivers (Windows 98 Second Edition Only)
    Note: Before uninstalling the software, disconnect the MSV-01 from the computer (

    34).

    1. To uninstall the Nikon COOLWALKER MSV-01 USB Drivers, click Programs in Windows Start
    menu and select Uninstall USB driver from the Nikon COOLWALKER MSV-01 program
    group.
    2. The uninstaller will start up. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete uninstallation.

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    Saving Images to a Computer

    5

    To change the installation destination, click
    Browse (by default, the destination location is set
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    Connecting the USB Cable
    Turn the computer on and wait for the operating system to start up. Turn the MSV-01 off and connect it to your computer as shown below using the provided USB cable UC-E9.

    Saving Images to a Computer—Connecting the USB Cable

    Notes on Connecting to a Computer





    Place the MSV-01 on a flat and stable surface.
    When connecting the MSV-01 to a computer, use the DSA-0151F-05 AC adapter.
    Connect the MSV-01 directly to the computer; do not connect the cable via a USB hub or keyboard.
    When the MSV-01 is connected to a computer, "Connecting via USB" is displayed on the monitor;
    all controls are disabled.
    • When disconnecting the MSV-01 from a computer, disconnect the USB cable only after completing
    the procedure described in "Disconnecting the COOLWALKER MSV-01" (
    34).

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    Copying Images to the Computer
    1. To copy data stored on the MSV-01 HDD to the computer, make sure that no memory card is
    inserted in the MSV-01, then turn the MSV-01 on.
    The monitor of the MSV-01 will indicate that the unit is connected using USB interface, and
    your computer will recognize the MSV-01 as a Mass Storage device.
    2. Copy images from the MSV-01 to your computer using computer operations.


    In Windows XP and Mac OS X, depending on the system settings, the image files on the MSV-01
    HDD will be automatically detected and a message will appear prompting to start an image
    related application.



    For more information on copying and other operations with an external hard-disk drive, refer
    to the user's manuals or help for your computer or applications.

    Windows
    Open the "COOLWALKER" icon representing the MSV-01 from My Computer and copy files and
    folders stored on the MSV-01 to your computer, using a simple copy-and-paste operation.

    Open the "COOLWALKER" icon representing the MSV-01 displayed on the desktop and copy files
    and folders stored on the MSV-01 to your computer, using a simple copy-and-paste operation.
    Using the COOLWALKER MSV-01 as a Card Reader
    • When the MSV-01 is turned on with a memory card inserted, it functions as a card reader.
    • When the MSV-01 is connected as a card reader, the drive name (disk volume icon) representing the
    MSV-01 depends on the device used for formatting the memory card.
    • Before removing a memory card, be sure to disconnect the MSV-01 from the computer using the procedure described in the next section, "Disconnecting the COOLWALKER MSV-01" (
    34) and turn
    the MSV-01 off.

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    Saving Images to a Computer—Copying Images to the Computer

    Macintosh



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    Disconnecting the COOLWALKER MSV-01
    Be sure to remove the MSV-01 from the system as shown below before disconnecting the USB
    cable and turning the MSV-01 off.

    Windows XP Home Edition/Professional
    Click the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon in the task bar and select
    Safely remove USB Mass Storage Device from the menu that
    appears.

    Windows 2000 Professional
    Click the "Unplug or Eject Hardware" icon in the task bar and select Stop
    USB Mass Storage Device from the menu that appears.
    Saving Images to a Computer—Disconnecting the COOLWALKER MSV-01

    Windows Millennium Edition (Me)
    Click the "Unplug or Eject Hardware" icon in the task bar and select Stop
    USB Disk Drive from the menu that appears.

    Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
    In the My Computer window, click with the right mouse button on the
    COOLWALKER icon corresponding to the MSV-01 and select Eject from
    the menu that appears.*

    Mac OS X

    Mac OS 9
    Drag the "COOLWALKER" disk
    volume icon into the Trash.*

    Drag the "COOLWALKER" disk
    volume icon into the Trash.*

    * When the MSV-01 is connected as a card reader, the drive name (disk volume icon) representing
    the MSV-01 depends on the device used for formatting the memory card.

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    Advanced Operation

    Viewing Pictures on TV
    The supplied EG-CW1 audio/video (A/V) cable can be used to connect the MSV-01 to a television
    or VCR.
    Choosing a Video Mode
    The Video mode option in the MSV-01 SET UP menu offers a choice of NTSC and PAL standards
    (
    54). Be sure that the selected mode matches the standard used in the video device.

    1
    2

    Turn the MSV-01 off
    Turn the MSV-01 off before connecting or disconnecting the A/V cable.

    Connect the A/V cable
    Open the interface cover and insert the black plug of
    the supplied A/V cable into the audio/video-out interface connector of the MSV-01.
    Insert the yellow plug into the video-in jack and the
    white plug into the audio-in jack on the television or
    VCR.

    4

    Advanced Operation—Viewing Pictures on TV

    3

    Tune the television or VCR to the video
    channel or external input
    If in doubt, consult the documentation for your television or VCR.

    Turn the MSV-01 on
    The MSV-01 monitor will remain off and the television
    will display the menu normally shown in the monitor.
    Operate the remote control unit pointing it at the
    remote control sensor located beside the memory
    card slot of the MSV-01 main unit.

    When Connected to a Television
    Accidental disconnection of the A/V cable or AC adapter while the MSV-01 is turned on may damage the device.
    Place the main unit on a flat and stable surface and be careful not to accidentally disconnect the cables.

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    Copying Images to a Memory Card (Copy HDD ➡ CF card)
    Use this option to copy images that are stored on the MSV- 01 hard disk drive (HDD) onto the
    memory card. You can copy selected image files or all images in a selected folder.

    Copying All Images in a Selected Folder

    1

    Turn the MSV-01 off. Insert a memory card (

    2

    12) into the memory card slot and turn the MSV-01 on.

    3
    Using
    or
    , highlight Copy HDD ➡
    CF card from the main menu.

    Advanced Operation—Copying Images to a Memory Card (Copy HDD ➡ CF card)

    4

    Press
    . A list of the folders stored on the
    MSV-01 HDD will appear, allowing to select
    a folder or an image you want to copy.

    5
    From the displayed list, using
    ,
    ,
    or
    select a folder you want to copy
    from, and press COPY (Right button).

    6

    7
    Press
    . A confirmation screen will be
    displayed.
    • Using
    Step 5.

    or

    , select No to return to

    • Press CANCEL (Left button) to cancel the
    operation and return to the main menu.

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    A list of the folders stored on the memory
    card will appear. Using
    ,
    ,
    or
    navigate through the list to the copy
    destination folder.

    Press

    to begin copying.

    When copying is complete, "Copy
    finished" will be displayed. Press
    return to the main menu.

    to



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    Copying a Selected Image

    1

    2
    In Step 4 on page 36, from the displayed
    list, using
    ,
    ,
    or
    , select the
    sub-folder inside the DCIM folder that contains the image you want to copy.

    Press
    to display the contents of the
    selected folder in the thumbnail playback
    mode.
    Using
    ,
    ,
    or
    select a thumbnail of an image you want to copy.
    • To return to Step 1, press LIST (Left button).

    3

    4
    A list of the folders stored on the memory
    card will appear. Using
    ,
    ,
    or
    navigate through the list to the copy destination folder.

    Press
    (Left button) to return to the
    thumbnail display.

    5

    6
    Press
    . A confirmation screen will be
    displayed.
    • Using
    Step 4.

    or

    , select No to return to

    Press
    to begin copying.
    When copying is complete, "Copy
    finished" will be displayed. Press
    return to the main menu.

    to

    • Press CANCEL (Left button) to cancel the
    operation and return to the main menu.

    Copying Images





    Do not expose the device to shocks or vibration during copy operation.
    Do not remove the memory card or disconnect the AC adapter during copy operation.
    Digital cameras may not be able to play images copied from the MSV-01 onto a memory card.
    When, during copying, the data copied exceeds the available free space on the memory card, copying
    stops and "CARD FULL. COPY HAS NOT COMPLETED." is displayed. Check the available free space
    on the INFORMATION screen (
    56). A larger free space than the file size is required for copying.

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    Advanced Operation—Copying Images to a Memory Card (Copy HDD ➡ CF card)

    Press
    to confirm the selected image in
    full-screen playback. Press COPY (Right
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    Printing Pictures
    Images taken with a Nikon digital camera can be printed without using a computer.
    Highlight Print from the main menu and press

    to display the PRINT menu.

    The PRINT menu contains the following items:
    Item
    DPOF printset
    (JPEG images only)

    Description
    Create a digital print order with a standard of Digital Print
    Order Format (DPOF) for images in the memory card, setting
    number of prints and other options.

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    Advanced Operation—Printing Pictures

    To print the pictures, take the memory card to a digital print
    service center or insert the memory card into a card slot of a
    personal photo printer that supports DPOF.
    Direct print
    (JPEG images only)

    Using the USB cable, connect the MSV-01 to a PictBridge compatible printer and print pictures directly from the MSV-01 or
    memory cards.

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    DPOF printset
    The MSV-01 supports DPOF print settings for pictures on a CF Card taken with a Nikon digital camera,
    provided they have not been edited with a device other than the camera.

    Files and folders with Direct Printing
    When intending to print pictures using Direct Print, do not alter file or folder names except with a Nikon
    digital camera, or change the destination folder for saving images as this may prevent correct
    operation.

    DPOF
    Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) is an industry-wide standard that allows pictures to be printed from print
    orders stored on the memory card. Before printing, check that the printer or print service supports DPOF.

    PictBridge
    PictBridge is an industry standard that enables direct printing from a digital USB device without the need to
    use a computer and ensures compatibility across digital USB devices and printers produced by different
    makers.

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    DPOF printset
    The DPOF printset option from the PRINT menu is used to create digital "print orders" for
    images stored on the memory card. It allows to select images for printing, set number of prints,
    date and shooting information imprinting.
    Insert a memory card into the MSV-01 before turning it on (

    1

    12).

    2
    Turn the MSV-01 on and highlight Print
    using
    or
    .

    Press

    to display the Print menu.

    Highlight DPOF printset using

    or

    .

    • To return to the main menu, press
    MENU (Left button).

    3

    4
    Highlight Select images using

    to display the DPOF PRINTSET

    or

    .

    • To return to the PRINT menu, press
    CANCEL (Left button).

    5

    6
    Press

    to display selection screen.

    Using
    or
    , scroll through images. The
    currently selected image is shown in the
    lower section of the monitor.

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    Advanced Operation—DPOF printset

    Press
    menu.



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    7

    8
    Press
    (+) to select the current image
    and set number of prints to 1.

    Use
    or
    to specify the number of
    prints (up to 9).

    • Press CANCEL (Left button) to cancel
    settings made in Steps 6 to 7.

    • To deselect an image, press
    the number of prints is 1.

    when

    • Repeat Steps 6 to 8 to select additional
    images.

    9

    10

    Advanced Operation—DPOF printset

    Press SET (Right button) to complete selecting images and display menu of print
    options.
    • To print the date of recording on all pictures in the print order, highlight Date
    and press
    . ON will be indicated for
    the Date setting.

    Press SET (Right button) to complete setting print order.
    Turn the MSV-01 off and remove the memory card.
    • To finish without setting print order,
    press CANCEL (Left button).

    • To print shutter speed and aperture on
    all pictures in the print order, highlight
    Shooting info. and press
    . ON will
    be indicated for the Shooting info. setting.
    • To turn an item off, highlight the
    required item and press
    .

    Printing Dates
    If Date is ON, the date of recording will appear on pictures printed only on devices that support the
    DPOF date function (the printing position depends on the printer).
    The printed date is the date set on the camera during shooting. The date printed on pictures cannot be
    changed.

    The Print-Order Icon
    During full-screen playback, a print-order icon

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    All images (Setting all images for DPOF printing)
    1. To print one copy of each image on the memory card, select All images from the DPOF
    PRINTSET menu in Step 4 (
    39).
    2. Select the date and shooting information print options performing Steps 9 to 10 (
    complete your digital print order.

    40) to

    Reset printorder
    To reset any DPOF print order on the memory card, select Reset printorder from the DPOF
    PRINTSET menu in Step 4 (
    39).

    In a confirmation screen displayed, select Yes and press

    to reset.



    To exit without resetting the print order, press CANCEL (Left button).



    To return to the DPOF printset menu, select No and press

    .
    Advanced Operation—DPOF printset

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    Printing Via Direct USB Connection (PictBridge)
    Use the supplied UC-E9 USB cable to connect the MSV-01 to a printer that supports PictBridge and
    print images (JPEG format) stored on the MSV-01 HDD or in a memory card directly from the MSV01, without connecting it to a computer.
    To print images stored on a memory card, insert the memory card into the MSV-01 before turning it on.
    When using the battery pack, you are advised to select a longer period of time for the Auto power
    54) so that the MSV-01 does not turn off before the USB cable is connected.
    off function (
    When the USB cable is connected to the MSV-01, the Auto power off function is disabled.

    Connecting to a Printer

    1

    2

    Advanced Operation—Printing Via Direct USB Connection (PictBridge)

    Highlight Print from the main menu and
    38).
    press
    to display the PRINT menu (

    Press
    . "Connect to printer" will be
    displayed.

    Highlight Direct print using

    • To return to the PRINT menu, press CANCEL.

    or

    .

    3
    While "Connect to printer" is displayed on the monitor, connect the MSV-01 to a printer using the
    provided UC-E9 USB cable, as shown above.

    4
    Turn the printer on. When the connection
    is established, the direct print menu is displayed on the monitor.
    Highlight DPOF print, Print CF card images
    or
    .
    or Print images in HDD using

    Item

    Description

    DPOF print

    Print images on a memory card set for printing using
    DPOF printset function (
    39).

    Print CF card images

    Select and print images stored on a memory card.

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    Print images in HDD

    Select and print images stored on the MSV-01.

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    Before Starting Direct Printing
    • Check if your printer supports direct printing via direct USB connection (PictBridge).
    • Before beginning direct printing, confirm your printer settings. For information on setting the
    printer, refer to your printer documentation.

    Power Supply Source
    When printing via direct USB connection, use the provided DSA-0151-05 AC adapter to maintain
    continuous stable power supply.
    If using the battery pack, make sure it is sufficiently charged.

    Connecting and Disconnecting the USB Cable
    • Do not connect the USB cable until "Connect to printer" is displayed on the monitor.
    • Disconnect the USB cable only when "Disconnect printer" is displayed on the monitor after you
    have pressed DONE (Left button) in the direct print menu.

    If an Error Message is Displayed
    If an error message is displayed during printing (
    63), check your printer connection and settings.
    After solving the problem that caused the error, press CONT. (Right button) to resume printing.
    To abort printing, press CANCEL (Left button).

    Printing Images Stored on the MSV-01

    2
    Highlight Print images in HDD from the
    direct print menu (
    42) using
    or
    .

    Press
    to display the list view. Select a
    folder containing images for printing.
    • Use

    or

    to highlight a folder.

    • Use
    to display a list of sub-folders
    inside the selected folder. Use
    to close
    the list view of sub-folders.
    • To return to Step 1, press CANCEL (Left
    button).

    3

    4
    Press
    to go to the SELECT PRINT
    or
    to scroll
    IMAGES screen. Use
    through thumbnails of images shown in
    the top section of the monitor. The currently selected image is shown in the lower
    section of the monitor.

    Press
    (+) to select the current image for
    printing.
    • The set number of prints is displayed on
    the selected images.

    • To return to Step 2, press LIST (Left
    button).

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    Advanced Operation—Printing Via Direct USB Connection (PictBridge)

    1



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    5
    Set a number of prints for the selected
    image.
    • Use
    (+) or
    (-) to specify the
    number of prints (up to 9).
    • To deselect an image, press
    (-) when
    the number of prints for the image is 1.
    • Repeat Steps 3 to 5 to select additional
    images.

    6
    Advanced Operation—Printing Via Direct USB Connection (PictBridge)

    Press SET (Right button) in Step 5 to view thumbnails of the selected images.
    • Using
    ,
    ,
    your selection.

    or

    , browse through selected images in the confirmation screen to check

    • After confirming your selection, press PRINT (Right button) to start printing.
    • To change the selection of images while in the confirmation screen, press BACK (Left button).
    • To abort printing after it has begun, press CANCEL (Left button).

    7
    When printing is complete, "Print finished" is displayed briefly, and then the monitor returns to
    the direct print menu.
    To quit direct printing, see "Finishing Direct Printing" (

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    Printing Images Stored on a Memory Card

    1

    2
    Highlight Print CF card images from the
    direct print menu (
    42) using
    or
    .

    3

    Press
    to go to the SELECT PRINT
    IMAGES screen. Use
    or
    to scroll
    through thumbnails of images shown in
    the top section of the monitor. The currently selected image is shown in the lower
    section of the monitor.
    • To return to Step 1, press CANCEL (Left
    button).

    4

    • The set number of prints is displayed on
    the selected images.

    • To deselect an image, press
    the number of prints is 1.

    (-) when

    • Repeat Steps 2 to 4 to select additional
    images.

    5

    6
    Press SET (Right button) in Step 4 to view
    thumbnails of the selected images.
    • Using
    ,
    ,
    or
    , browse
    through selected images in the confirmation screen to check your selection.
    • After confirming your selection, press
    PRINT (Right button) to start printing.
    • To change the selection of images while
    in the confirmation screen, press BACK
    (Left button).
    • To abort printing after it has begun,
    press CANCEL (Left button).

    When printing is complete, "Print
    finished" is displayed briefly, and then the
    monitor returns to the direct print menu.
    To quit direct printing, see "Finishing Direct
    Printing" (

    47).

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    Advanced Operation—Printing Via Direct USB Connection (PictBridge)

    Set a number of prints for the selected image.
    • Use
    (+) or
    (-) to specify the
    number of prints (up to 9).

    Press
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    Printing Images Stored on a Memory Card Using DPOF Settings
    Use the DPOF print option to print images stored on a memory card, selected using the DPOF
    printset function of the MSV-01 (
    39) for printing via direct USB connection.

    1

    2
    Highlight DPOF print from the direct print
    menu (
    42) using
    or
    .

    Press
    to view thumbnails of the images
    set for printing using the DPOF printset
    function.
    • Using
    ,
    ,
    or
    , browse
    through images to confirm your selection.
    • To return to Step 1, press BACK (Left button).

    3
    Advanced Operation—Printing Via Direct USB Connection (PictBridge)

    After confirming your selection, press PRINT (Right button) to start printing.
    • To abort printing after it has begun, press CANCEL (Left button).

    4
    When printing is complete, "Print finished" is displayed briefly, and then the monitor returns to the
    direct print menu.
    • To quit direct printing, see "Finishing Direct Printing" (

    47).

    Direct Printing using DPOF printset
    • The DPOF print option in the PRINT menu is not available, when no settings have been made using
    the DPOF printset function of the MSV-01 (
    38) for images on the memory card, or if the
    connected printer is not PictBridge/DPOF compatible.
    • When printing via direct USB connection, the Shooting data will not be printed even if selected using
    the DPOF printset function.

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    Finishing Direct Printing

    1

    2
    Press DONE (Left button) in the direct print
    menu.

    "Disconnect printer" will be displayed.
    Disconnect the USB cable.
    To perform direct printing again, disconnect the USB cable and then repeat the
    operation from Step 1 in "Connecting to a
    Printer" (
    42).

    3
    Advanced Operation—Printing Via Direct USB Connection (PictBridge)

    When the USB cable is disconnected, the
    monitor returns to the PRINT menu.
    Press MENU (Left button) to return to the
    main menu.

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    Slideshow
    Use this option to playback images stored on the MSV-01 hard disk drive (HDD) in an automated
    "slideshow" sequence at approximately 3 seconds interval (initial settings).
    Highlight Slideshow from the main menu using
    SLIDESHOW menu:

    Menu Option

    or

    , and press

    to display the

    Description

    All images in HDD

    Play all images stored on the MSV-01.

    48

    Selected folder

    Play all images in the selected folder.

    49

    Advanced Operation—Slideshow

    Selected images

    Play selected images in the order they were selected.

    49

    Deselect images

    Clear the selection made using Selected images option.

    51

    Set interval

    Set time interval between displayed images.

    52

    MENU (Left button)

    Return to the main menu.



    Playing All Images in HDD

    1

    2
    Using
    or
    , highlight All images in
    HDD from the SLIDESHOW menu.

    Press
    . The slideshow starting screen
    will be displayed. Press
    again to start
    the slideshow.
    • On operations during the slideshow
    see (
    51).

    3

    After all images have been played, the monitor returns to the slideshow start screen.
    • Press MENU (Left button) to return to the main menu.
    • To start the slideshow again, press

    .

    Viewing Images Stored on a Memory Card in a Slideshow
    To playback images stored on a memory card in a slideshow, first copy images from the memory card onto
    the MSV-01 hard disk (
    13).

    Movies
    Only the first frame is displayed for movies in the slideshow mode.

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    Playing All Images in a Selected Folder

    1

    2
    Highlight Selected folder from the
    .
    SLIDESHOW menu using
    or

    Press
    . A list of folders stored on the
    MSV-01 HDD will be displayed.
    • Select a folder using
    • Use

    3

    or

    .

    to open a list of sub-folders, and
    to close the list.

    4
    After all images have been played, the
    monitor returns to the slideshow start
    screen.

    • On operations during the slideshow
    see (
    51).

    • Press MENU (Left button) to return to
    the main menu.
    • To start the slideshow again, press
    .

    Playing Selected Images

    1

    2
    Highlight Selected images from the
    SLIDESHOW menu using
    or
    .

    Press
    . A list of folders stored on the
    MSV-01 HDD will be displayed.
    • Select a folder using
    • Use

    or

    .

    to open a list of sub-folders, and
    to close the list.

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    Advanced Operation—Slideshow

    Press
    . The slideshow start screen will
    be displayed. Press
    again to start the
    slideshow.



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    3

    4
    Press
    screen.

    to display the SELECT IMAGES

    Using
    or
    , scroll through images. The
    currently selected image is shown in the
    lower section of the monitor.

    • Press LIST (Left button) to return to the
    SELECT FOLDER screen.

    5

    6

    Advanced Operation—Slideshow

    To select the currently displayed image for
    (ON).
    playing in the slideshow, press

    Press SET (Right button) to complete selection.

    • To deselect the image, press

    The slideshow start screen will be displayed. Press
    to start the slideshow of
    the selected images in the order they were
    selected.



    (OFF).

    is displayed for the selected images.

    • Repeat Steps 4 -5 to select additional
    images.

    • On operations during the slideshow
    see (
    51).

    7
    After all images have been played, the
    monitor returns to the slideshow start
    screen.
    • Press MENU (Left button) to return to
    the main menu.
    • To start the slideshow again, press

    .

    Playback Previously Selected Images in a Slideshow
    To view the slideshow of images previously selected in the SELECT IMAGES screen, highlight Selected
    images from the SLIDESHOW menu, and then press SET (Right button) to display the slideshow start
    screen.
    To make a new selection of images, first reset the previous selection using the Deselect images option
    (
    51).

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    Operations During the Slideshow
    When the slideshow is in progress, the following buttons are available for control.

    To
    Pause/

    Press

    Description
    Press
    to pause at the current slide or resume
    the slideshow, if paused.

    Resume

    Move to the next slide

    When paused, press
    slide.

    to move to the next

    Return to the previous
    slide

    When paused, press
    slide.

    to return to the previous

    Quit the slideshow

    MENU
    (Left button)

    Quit the slideshow.

    Use the Deselect images option to reset current selection of images for the slideshow set using
    the Selected images option.

    1

    2
    Using
    or
    images.

    highlight Deselect

    Press
    . A confirmation dialog will be
    displayed. Highlight Yes and press
    to
    reset the selection of images. Highlight No
    and press
    to exit without resetting.

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    Set interval
    Use this option to set the time interval for how long each image is displayed during the slideshow.
    Highlight Set interval from the SLIDESHOW menu and press
    INTERVAL screen.

    to display the SLIDESHOW

    You can set the interval value in the range from 1 to 99 seconds. By default, the interval is set to 3
    seconds.
    Press

    to increase the interval by one second, or

    Press

    to change the interval setting.

    to decrease the interval by one second.

    Press BACK (Left button) to abandon any change made.
    Slideshow Interval
    The actual slideshow interval may differ from the selected value, depending on the image file format or size.
    Advanced Operation—Slideshow

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    The SET UP Menu
    The SET UP menu contains the following options:
    Option

    Description

    Brightness

    Adjust monitor brightness.

    Language

    Choose a language for menus and messages.

    Auto power off

    Choose how long the MSV-01 will remain on before
    turning off automatically.

    54

    Video mode

    Set the video output mode.

    54

    Format (CF card/ HDD)

    Format a memory card or the MSV-01 hard disk (HDD).

    55

    MENU (Left button)

    Return to the main menu.

    53
    11, 54



    Press SET UP (Left button) in the main menu to display the SET UP menu.
    To display setting screens for each of the options in the SET UP menu, highlight a desired option
    using
    or
    , and press
    .

    Use this option to adjust the brightness for the MSV-01 monitor. By default, Brightness is set to 8.
    The striped bars in the left part of the monitor help you ensure that the full brightness range is
    visible.
    To
    Adjust

    Press
    /

    Set
    Cancel

    Description
    Adjust the monitor brightness (1 to 15).
    Put the new brightness setting into
    effect.

    CANCEL
    (Left button)

    Exit without changing monitor
    brightness.

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    Advanced Operation—The SET UP Menu

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    Language
    Use this option to choose the language for menus and messages (

    11).

    Auto power off
    Set a period of inactivity before the Auto power off function automatically turns the MSV-01 off
    (
    10).
    By default, Auto power off is set to 1 minute.
    To disable the Auto power off function, select No limit.
    To
    Select

    Press
    /

    Advanced Operation—The SET UP Menu

    Set

    Description
    Select a desired setting from thirty
    seconds (30s), one minute (1m), five
    minutes (5m), thirty minutes (30m), or
    No limit.
    Set the highlighted setting.

    Cancel

    CANCEL
    (Left button)

    Exit without any change and return to
    the SET UP menu.

    Connecting the AC Adapter or the USB Cable
    When the AC adapter or the USB cable is connected to the MSV-01, the Auto power off function is
    disabled.

    Video mode
    Before connecting the MSV-01 to a video device such as a television or VCR (
    Video mode setting that matches the video standard used in the device.
    To
    Select

    Press
    /

    35), choose a

    Description
    Highlight required video mode.
    The MSV-01 supports NTSC and PAL
    standards.

    Set
    Cancel

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    Set the highlighted video mode.
    CANCEL
    (Left button)

    Exit without any change and return to
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    Format (CF Card/HDD)
    Use the Format option from the SET UP menu (
    53) to format a memory card or the MSV-01
    hard disk (HDD). Formatting memory cards or the MSV-01 HDD will delete all data they contain.

    1
    Highlight CF Card or HDD using

    or

    and press

    .

    • To exit without formatting press CANCEL (Left button).

    2

    3

    • To return to Step 1, highlight No and
    press
    .
    • To exit without formatting press CANCEL
    (Left button).

    Advanced Operation—The SET UP Menu

    In the displayed confirmation screen highlight Format using
    or
    and press
    .

    In case of the HDD formatting, to begin
    formatting, in the displayed warning
    screen highlight Format using
    or
    and press
    .
    • To return to Step 1, highlight No and
    press
    .

    4
    While formatting is in progress, "Formatting..." is displayed.
    When formatting is complete, "Done" is displayed briefly and the monitor returns to the SET UP
    menu.

    Before Formatting
    • Formatting memory cards or the MSV-01 HDD will delete all data they contain, including pictures
    hidden or protected with the camera and any other data that may be on the card or the MSV-01 HDD.
    • Before formatting a memory card, be sure to copy any pictures you would like to keep to the MSV-01
    or a computer.
    • Before formatting the MSV-01 HDD, be sure to copy any pictures you would like to keep to a
    computer or other storage media.

    During Formatting
    Do not remove the battery pack or memory card, or unplug the AC adapter while formatting is in
    progress.

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    The INFORMATION Screen
    Displaying Memory Information
    This screen shows the remaining free memory space in, and the total capacities of, the MSV-01
    internal hard disk drive (HDD) and memory cards.
    Use this screen to check the memory capacity before copying new data.
    To display the information, press INFO. (Right button) in the main menu.

    Firmware ver.

    The current firmware version of the MSV-01.

    HDD Free/Total

    Free space on/Total capacity of the MSV-01 hard disk drive.

    CF Free/Total

    Free space on/Total capacity of the inserted memory card.

    Advanced Operation—The INFORMATION Screen



    Press MENU (Right button) to return to the main menu.
    Free Space Requirements

    To complete copying to a memory card or internal HDD, free space larger than the size of the data being
    copied is required. The data cannot be copied if it exceeds the available free space in the copy
    destination.
    When there is no enough free space, delete (
    24) unnecessary files to create more free space.

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    Technical Notes

    Optional Accessories
    At the time of writing, the following optional accessories were available for the COOLWALKER MSV-01.
    Contact your retailer or Nikon local representative for details.


    Optional battery pack: EN-EL6 Rechargeable Lithium-ion Polymer Battery

    Approved Memory Cards
    The following cards have been tested and approved for use with the COOLWALKER MSV-01:

    CompactFlash™ Memory Cards
    SanDisk

    Lexar Media

    SDCFB

    16MB, 48MB, 80MB, 96MB, 128MB, 160MB,
    256MB, 512MB, 1GB

    SDCFB (Type II)

    192MB, 300MB

    SDCF2B (Type II)

    256MB

    SDCFH (Ultra)

    128MB, 192MB, 256MB, 384MB, 512MB, 1GB

    SDCFX (Ultra II)

    256MB

    SDCFX

    512MB, 1GB

    4 x USB

    16MB, 32MB, 64MB
    16MB, 32MB, 48MB, 64MB, 80MB

    10 x USB

    160MB

    12 x USB

    64MB, 128MB, 192MB, 256MB, 512MB

    16 x USB

    192MB, 256MB, 320MB, 512MB, 640MB, 1GB

    24 x USB

    256MB, 512MB

    24 x WA USB

    256MB, 512MB

    32 x WA USB

    1GB

    40 x WA USB

    256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB

    Renesas Technology
    (Hitachi)

    Compact FLASH
    HB28 C8x

    16MB, 32MB

    Microdrive

    DSCM

    512MB, 1GB

    3K4

    2GB, 4GB

    Technical Notes—Optional Accessories

    8 x USB

    Operation is not guaranteed with other makes of cards. For more details on the above cards,
    please contact the manufacturer.
    The latest information on memory cards approved for use with the MSV-01 can be found at the
    Nikon websites (
    vi).

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    Caring for Your COOLWALKER MSV-01
    To ensure continued enjoyment of your Nikon product, observe the following precautions when
    storing or using the device:

    Cautions
    This product is a high-precision device
    containing internal hard disk. It
    requires careful handling.
    Damage to the hard disk will not only require
    high repair expenses, but can also cause
    corruption or irreversible loss of the stored
    data.
    • Do not subject to strong shocks or impacts.
    Be careful not to drop or subject the device to
    strong shocks, as this may cause damage to
    the device and loss or corruption of the data
    stored on the hard disk.
    • Use the device on stable flat surfaces, such as
    on a flat table, taking care not to drop the
    device or memory cards. Be especially careful
    when inserting or removing memory cards.
    Technical Notes—Caring for Your COOLWALKER MSV-01

    • Do not expose the device to shocks or vibration during operation.
    It may damage the internal hard disk and
    cause corruption or loss of the data stored on
    the hard disk.
    • Do not remove memory cards, USB cables or
    the AC adapter or turn the power off during
    operation.
    It may cause corruption or loss of the data
    stored on the hard disk. To prevent an
    accidental disconnection of the AC adapter or
    USB cable, avoid carrying the product from
    one place to another when the cables are
    connected.
    • Keep away from strong magnetic fields.
    Do not use or store this device in the vicinity
    of equipment that generates strong
    electromagnetic radiation or magnetic fields.
    Strong static charges or the magnetic fields
    produced by equipment such as radio
    transmitters could cause corruption or loss of
    the data stored on the hard disk, or
    malfunction.
    • Do not use or leave the device in locations
    where static electricity or interference occurs.
    Static electricity or interference may cause
    damage to the device, loss or corruption of
    the data stored on the hard disk.

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    • Static electricity may be generated in your body
    or cloths. Touch a metal doornob or another
    metal object to discharge static electricity from
    your body before handling the device.
    Static electricity may cause damage to the
    device, loss or corruption of the data stored
    on the hard disk.
    • When there is the possibility of thunder,
    unplug all cables and the AC adapter.
    Thunder may cause damage to the device, loss
    or corruption of the data stored on the hard
    disk. If it thunders during use, be careful not
    to touch the power plug and stop using the
    device till the thunderstorm stops.
    • Do not use or leave the device in locations
    exposed to excessive dust.
    Excessive dust may cause damage to the
    device, loss or corruption of the data stored
    on the hard disk.
    • Follow all precautions or instructions when
    connecting the device to a computer.
    When connecting the unit to a computer, be
    careful to observe any precautions or
    instructions provided by the manufacturer of
    your computer or peripheral devices.
    • Do not use at heights exceeding 2,500 m
    (8,202 ft) above sea level.

    Ensure that your data is backed up
    using another recording medium
    Note, that Nikon will not be held responsible
    for any deletion, loss or corruption of data.
    You are advised to create a backup of
    important data stored on the internal hard
    disk of the device using an alternative
    recording medium.
    Data stored on the hard-disk of this product could
    be lost or damaged in the following instances:
    • If the product is used incorrectly
    • If the product is exposed to static or noise
    • During malfunction and repair
    • If the product is subject to damage caused
    by natural disasters
    Nikon hereby gives notice that it will not be
    held liable for any damages resulting from the
    loss or corruption of data in the above or any
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    Make a backup of your data if submitting this product for repair
    All data stored on the hard disk may be erased
    during repair.
    Be sure to make a backup of the data stored
    on the hard disk before submitting the device
    for repair.
    Be sure to remove a memory card and keep it
    in a safe place.

    Do not use, transport or store the
    device with the battery pack removed
    Failure to observe this precaution could result
    in malfunctions or damage the MSV-01.

    Keep dry
    The device will be damaged if immersed in
    water or exposed to high levels of moisture.

    Do not touch the device with wet
    hands
    Failure to observe this precaution could result
    in malfunctions or damage to the MSV-01.

    Avoid sudden changes in temperature

    Do not apply excessive force
    Do not apply excessive force to the device,
    connector, or card slot. These parts are
    especially susceptible to damage.

    Do not leave a card in the memory card
    slot
    Do not leave a card in the memory card slot
    when transporting or carrying the device. It
    may cause damage to the device.
    When not using the card slot or cable
    connector, be sure to close their covers.

    Transferring ownership or disposing of
    this product
    • Remember that any data you have recorded
    could end up being reused and distributed to
    others when you transfer ownership or dispose of the unit, memory cards and other
    recording media.
    • Although data recorded on the internal harddisk appears to be removed by selecting
    "Delete" or "Format" from the menu in the
    unit's operation screen, remember that this
    data may be recovered using special software
    programs and other such methods.

    Incorrect use of the AC adapter may
    cause an electric shock, fire or damage
    to the device. Be sure to read and follow safety warnings and cautions provided in the "For your safety" section
    of this manual, together with the handling instructions provided below.
    • When not using AC adapter, disconnect it
    from the device, then unplug it from the
    power outlet.
    • Before connecting or removing AC adapter,
    make sure that the device is turned off.
    • Be sure to hold the plug body when removing
    the AC adapter, do not pull the cord.
    • Do not short the DC plug.
    • Do not apply excessive force to the AC adapter
    while it is connected to the device.

    Do not carry or transport the device
    while turned on
    Do not insert the unit in the soft case, leave it
    unattended or carry it around while turned on.

    Turn the device off before removing or
    disconnecting the power source
    Do not unplug the product or remove the
    battery pack while the product is on, or while
    images are being recorded or deleted. Forcibly
    cutting power in these circumstances could
    result in loss of data or in damage to the hard

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    Technical Notes—Caring for Your COOLWALKER MSV-01

    Sudden changes in temperature, such as occur
    when entering or leaving a heated building
    on a cold day, can cause condensation inside
    the device. To prevent condensation, place the
    device in a carrying case or a plastic bag
    before exposing it to sudden changes in
    temperature.

    disk or internal circuitry. To prevent an
    accidental interruption of power, avoid
    carrying the product from one place to
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    Batteries
    Charge the battery pack of the main unit before using.
    • Rechargeable Lithium-ion Polymer Battery
    EN-EL6 is used as the main unit battery pack.
    • Connect the AC adapter and charge the
    rechargeable battery pack before using the
    device. The supplied rechargeable battery
    pack is only partially charged and needs
    recharging before using it for the first time.
    • After long periods during which the battery
    pack has not been used, the battery pack
    should be charged before using it.
    • When recharging, ambient temperature should
    be in the vicinity of 5°C to 35°C (41°F to 95°F)
    • It is normal for batteries to warm up during
    charging or use. This does not indicate a malfunction or deterioration of battery pack performance.

    Important!
    When storing or transporting a spare battery pack removed from the MSV-01, be
    sure to place it in the supplied case to avoid
    shorting the battery terminals. Failure to
    observe this precaution could result in leakage, overheating, rupture, or other damage
    to the battery pack.
    Using batteries at low temperatures


    On cold days, the capacity of batteries
    tends to decrease. Be sure that the battery
    pack is fully charged before heading outside to use in cold weather. Keep the battery pack and the equipment in a warm
    place. Once warmed, a cold battery pack
    may recover some of its charge.



    At low temperatures the battery operating
    time will be shorter than usual.

    Battery level indication
    • Confirm the battery level on the monitor after
    turning the device on.
    • Please note, that as a characteristic common
    for all batteries, after turning power off and
    on, the battery indicator may show a sufficient
    level even when the battery is low.
    Technical Notes—Caring for Your COOLWALKER MSV-01

    Carrying a spare battery pack
    • It is recommended that you carry a fullycharged spare battery pack when using the
    device in locations where there is no AC
    power source available. You may find it
    difficult to charge the battery or to purchase
    replacement battery packs at short notice. Use
    only the specified Rechargeable Lithium-ion
    Polymer Battery EN-EL6.
    • When removing or attaching the battery pack,
    always observe the correct procedure
    described in this manual to avoid damaging
    the battery terminals.
    • Avoid touching the battery pack terminals to
    prevent them from becoming dirty.
    • If the battery terminals become dirty, wipe
    them with a soft, dry cloth before use.

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    Used batteries are a valuable resource. Please
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    Cleaning

    Storage

    Body

    Turn the MSV-01 off and remove the AC
    adapter when not in use.

    Use a blower to remove dust and lint, then
    wipe gently with a soft, dry cloth.
    After using your MSV-01 at the beach or seaside, wipe off any sand or salt with a cloth
    lightly dampened with fresh water, then dry
    thoroughly.
    LCD Monitor
    Remove dust or lint with a blower. To remove
    fingerprints and other stains, clean the monitor
    with a soft, dry cloth, being careful not to
    apply excessive pressure.
    Avoid contact with liquid crystal
    Should the monitor break, care should be
    taken to avoid injury due to broken glass
    and to prevent the liquid crystal from the
    monitor touching the skin or entering the
    eyes or mouth.
    Do not use alcohol, thinner, or other
    volatile chemicals.

    Do not store the products in locations that:


    are poorly ventilated or damp



    are next to equipment that produces
    strong electromagnetic fields, such as televisions or radios



    are exposed to static electricity



    are exposed to vibrations



    are exposed to excessive moisture or
    humidity



    are exposed to risk of short circuits



    are exposed to excessive dust



    are exposed to temperatures below -10°C
    (14°F) or above 45°C (113°F)



    are subject to humidities of over 60%

    To prevent deterioration of battery pack
    performance, it is recommended that the product
    be stored in dry locations with an ambient
    temperature of 15 - 25°C (59-77°F).
    When storing the MSV-01 for long periods, charge
    the battery pack and remove the battery from the
    remote control unit before putting it away.

    • Images in the monitor may be difficult to see
    in a bright light.
    • The monitor is lit by an LED backlight. Should
    the monitor begin to dim or flicker, contact
    your Nikon service representative.

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    Technical Notes—Caring for Your COOLWALKER MSV-01

    Notes on the LCD Monitor
    • The monitor may contain a few pixels that are
    always lit or that do not light. This is a characteristic common to all TFT LCD displays, and
    does not indicate a malfunction.

    Be sure to close the memory card slot and interface connector covers and keep the MSV-01
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    Error Messages
    This section lists the error messages that appear on the monitor when there is a problem with the
    MSV-01. Consult the list below before contacting your retailer or Nikon representative.
    Display

    Problem

    Solution

    CARD IS NOT
    FORMATTED

    Memory card has
    not been formatted
    for use in camera or
    MSV-01.

    Format card using your camera.

    NO CARD PRESENT

    MSV-01 cannot
    detect memory
    card.

    Turn power off and confirm that
    memory card is correctly inserted.

    12

    THIS CARD



    57

    CANNOT BE USED

    CARD ERROR

    Error accessing
    memory card.
    Memory card
    has not been
    formatted for
    use in camera
    or MSV-01.





    Use approved memory card.



    Check that contacts are clean. If
    card is damaged, contact your
    retailer or Nikon representative.





    Format memory card using your
    camera.



    Technical Notes—Error Messages

    LAST CARD MAY NOT
    BE COPIED CORRECTLY.

    Copy process
    interrupted.

    Repeat copy operation to try again.

    13

    DISK FULL. COPY HAS
    NOT COMPLETED.

    Insufficient space
    to record data on
    hard disk (HDD).

    Create space by deleting files and
    folders you do not need from HDD.

    24

    CARD FULL. COPY HAS
    NOT COMPLETED.

    Insufficient space
    to record data on
    memory card.



    Create space by deleting files and
    folders you do not need from
    memory card.

    24



    Insert new memory card.

    CANNOT PASTE
    A FOLDER TO ITSELF.

    Source and
    destination folders
    are same.

    Choose another destination folder.

    SAME FILE NAME
    EXISTS. OVERWRITE?

    File with same
    name already
    exists in
    destination folder.

    Overwriting will delete existing file.
    Deleted files cannot be restored. If
    you are not sure, press CANCEL (Left
    button).

    25

    THE NAME CANNOT



    Enter alphabet or numbers for a new
    file or folder name.

    27

    BE USED.


    62

    File or folder
    name contains
    only space(s).
    File or folder
    name begins
    with space or
    period.

    36


    25
    26

    26

    28



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    Display

    Problem

    NO IMAGE FILE
    EXISTS.

    Folder(s) selected
    for playback
    contain(s) no
    supported images.

    CANNOT DISPLAY





    MSV-01 does
    not support
    this file
    format.
    Image size
    exceeds
    supported
    dimensions.

    Solution






    Select a folder containing images
    from list view or thumbnail
    playback mode.
    Insert memory card containing
    images, or copy images to MSV-01
    HDD.
    The image cannot be displayed on
    MSV-01. View file on computer or
    camera used for shooting.



    13



    CARD FORMAT ERROR

    Error has occurred
    during formatting
    memory card.

    Try to format card again. If error
    persists, contact your retailer or Nikon
    representative.

    55

    HDD FORMAT ERROR

    Error has occurred
    during formatting
    HDD.

    Try to format hard disk again. If error
    persists, contact your retailer or Nikon
    representative.

    55

    UNSUPPORTED
    FILE FORMAT

    Your printer does
    not support this
    file format.

    Check your printer specification and
    image file format.

    INK LOW

    Ink low

    Check printer. Press Cont. (Right
    button) to continue printing

    43

    OUT OF INK

    No ink

    Check printer. For solutions see
    operation manual of your printer.



    OUT OF PAPER

    Paper tray empty

    Check printer. For solutions see
    operation manual of your printer.



    INCORRECT PAPER SIZE

    Paper size selected
    is different from
    paper tray
    detected

    Check printer. For solutions see
    operation manual of your printer.



    PAPER JAM

    Paper jam

    Check printer. For solutions see
    operation manual of your printer.



    CHECK
    PRINTER CONNECTION.

    Printer
    communication
    error

    Check USB cable connection. Make
    sure that printer is turned on.

    42

    UNKNOWN PRINT ERROR

    Unknown error
    occurred during
    printing

    Check printer. For solutions see
    operation manual of your printer.



    CONNECT AC ADAPTER
    AND TRY AGAIN.

    No power supply
    from AC adapter.

    Check AC adapter connection and
    repeat last operation.





    When the power-on lamp blinks with red, this indicates that a charging error has occurred.
    Disconnect the AC adapter from the MSV-01 and the power outlet. Clean the plugs and re-connect
    the AC adapter.
    If the error persists, contact your retailer or Nikon representative.

    63

    Technical Notes—Error Messages

    When the Power-on Lamp Blinks with Red



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    Troubleshooting
    If your MSV-01 fails to function as expected, check the list of common problems below before consulting your retailer or Nikon representative.
    Refer to the page numbers listed in the right-most column for information on solving the problems listed here.
    Electronically-controlled devices
    In extremely rare instances, the MSV-01 may fall in unoperatable state (freeze during operation). Press the power switch to turn the MSV-01 off.
    • If the MSV-01 does not go off even when you press the power switch, you may
    need to reset the MSV-01.
    To reset the unit, simultaneously press and hold down the power switch and right function
    button for several seconds.
    * Note that resetting the unit as described above may result in the loss or corruption of any data
    not yet recorded to the memory card or hard disk at the time the problem occurred.
    • If the problem persists, perform the following steps:
    1 Disconnect the AC adapter from the MSV-01 (if connected).
    2

    Remove and re-attach the battery pack.
    When the MSV-01 is used on battery power for an extended period, the battery pack
    may become hot. Be careful to avoid burns.

    3

    Turn the MSV-01 on again.

    In the event of continued malfunction, contact your retailer or Nikon representative. Note
    that disconnecting the power source as described above may result in the loss of any data
    not yet recorded to the memory card or hard disk at the time the problem occurred.
    Technical Notes—Troubleshooting

    Problem
    LCD monitor is
    blank

    Possible Cause



    10
    8





    The MSV-01 is off.
    Battery pack is not correctly inserted or battery contacts
    are covered with insulating tape.
    Battery is exhausted.
    AC adapter is not correctly connected.
    A/V cable is connected to the MSV-01.

    MSV-01 turns off
    without warning





    MSV-01 is turned off with Auto power off function.
    Battery is low.
    Battery is cold.

    54
    10
    60

    Monitor is hard to
    read





    Ambient lighting is too bright: move to a darker location.
    Monitor brightness needs adjustment.
    Monitor is dirty: clean monitor.


    53
    61

    Computer does not
    recognize MSV-01







    MSV-01 is off.
    AC adapter is not correctly connected.
    Battery is low.
    USB cable is not correctly connected.
    COOLWALKER MSV-01 USB driver is not installed on computer
    (Windows 98 SE only): install software from supplied CD.

    10
    9
    10
    32
    30

    10
    9
    35

    If You Hear an Unusual Noise from the Main Unit
    If you hear any kind of unusual rattling or grinding sound coming from the internal HDD during
    operation, it is possible that its operating life is coming to end.
    Create a backup of the data stored on the internal hard disk of the device using an alternative
    recording medium, and contact your retailer or Nikon representative.

    64



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    Specifications
    Type

    Digital Photo Storage Viewer MSV-01

    Storage media

    Type

    2.5" internal HDD

    Storage Capacity

    30GB (1 KB = 1000 Bytes) *1

    Type I and II CompactFlash™ memory cards; Microdrives

    Monitor

    2.5", 490 (H) x 240 (V) dots, TFT LCD Monitor with brightness adjustment

    Display languages
    (Menus)

    German, English, Spanish and French

    Supported file formats

    Compliant with the Design rule for Camera File System (DCF) standard
    formats:
    JPEG, TIFF, NEF (RAW) *2,
    QuickTime (MOV)*3, *4,
    Wave Format Audio File (WAV)*3, *5
    The product supports the above file formats recorded with Nikon Digital
    cameras.

    Playback modes

    Thumbnail, Full-screen playback,
    Zoom (JPEG images only): X2, X4, X8, Slideshow, Movie playback,
    Histogram display, Shooting information display, Search by file creation
    date

    Video output

    Can be selected from NTSC and PAL.

    Interface

    USB
    • Mass Storage: functions as computer's external HDD or a CF card
    reader
    • PictBridge support: can be connected via USB to a PictBridge
    standard printer

    I/O terminals

    Type II CompactFlash™ (CF card slot) x 1, USB (mini) x 1,
    Audio/Video output x 1, DC in x 1

    Power sources



    Power consumption

    Max. 9W (peak time)

    Approximate Battery Life

    1.5 hours (Measured at 20 °C/68 °F with fully-charged battery pack)

    Dimensions (W x H x D)

    Approximately 81 x 130 x 35 mm (3.2" x 5.1" x 1.4")

    Weight

    Approximately 300g (including battery pack)



    Technical Notes—Specifications

    Supported memory card
    types

    Rechargeable Lithium-ion Polymer Battery EN-EL6 (main unit
    battery pack)
    AC adapter DSA-0151F-05 (supplied)

    Operating environment:
    Temperature

    5-40 °C (41-104 °F)

    Humidity

    10-90% (no condensation)

    Altitude

    Less than 2,500 m (8,202 ft) (above sea level)

    65



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    Computer system
    requirements




    Set DPOF Print Order
    function

    Interface: built-in USB ports (The MSV-01 may not function as
    expected when connected to a USB hub.)
    Operating system: Windows XP Home Edition/Professional,
    Windows 2000 Professional, Windows Millennium Edition (Me),
    Windows 98 Second Edition (SE) *6; Mac OS 9.1 - 9.2, Mac OS X
    (Version 10.1.2 or later). Only preinstalled versions are supported.

    Equipped with function that allows setting DPOF Print Order for DCF
    standard compliant images stored on a CF memory card (JPEG images
    only).

    *1: Maximum capacity. (1 KB = 1024 Bytes: 27.9 GB.)
    *2: The MSV-01 supports playback of JPEG preview images within NEF (Nikon Electronic Image Format)
    images recorded with Nikon digital cameras (D1X, D1H, D2H, D100, D70, COOLPIX 5000/5700/8700).
    The latest information on image data supported for playback can be found at the Nikon websites
    vi).
    (
    *3: Audio video equipment with an appropriate input required to play audio.
    *4: The MSV-01 supports movies bigger than "Small size 320" and smaller than "TV movie 640" captured at up to 15 frames per second, and "Small size 320" or smaller size movies captured at up to
    30 frames per second.
    *5: Only voice memo attached to images using digital cameras.
    *6: CD-ROM drive is required for COOLWALKER MSV-01 USB driver installation (Windows 98 SE only).

    Remote Control Unit
    Technical Notes—Specifications

    Type

    Infrared Remote Control Unit

    Operating distance

    Approximately 5 m (16.4 ft) (without obstacles)

    Power source

    3V, CR2025 Lithium Battery

    Dimensions (W x H x D)

    Approximately 41 x 87 x 7 mm (1.6" x 3.4" x 0.3")

    Weight

    Approximately 17g (without battery)

    AC Adapter DSA-0151F-05 (produced by Dee Van Enterprise Co., Ltd.)
    Input

    AC 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 0.4 A

    Input capacity

    46 W

    Output

    DC +5 V, 2.8 A

    Dimensions (W x H x D)

    Approximately 53 x 81 x 42 mm (2.1" x 3.2" x 1.7") (excepting
    protruding parts and cord)

    Power cord length

    Approximately 1.8 m (5.9 ft)

    Weight

    Approximately 197 g (including cord)

    Design rule for Camera File system (DCF)
    The Design Rule for Camera File System (DCF) is a standard widely used in the digital devices
    industry to ensure compatibility among different makes of devices.

    66



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    Index
    Symbols
    (Battery status icon), 10
    (Movie icon), 16
    (Print order icon), 16, 40
    (Unsupported data icon), 15
    (Voice memo icon), 16
    (Zoom in icon), 17

    A
    AC adapter, 2, 9 - 10, 43, 59
    See also Power switch; Power-on lamp
    Access lamp, see HDD, access lamp
    All images, 41
    See also DPOF printset
    All images in HDD, 48
    APERTURE, see Image information
    Audio/Video (A/V) cable, 2, 10
    connecting, 35
    Audio/Video-out connector, 4, 35
    Auto power off (SET UP menu), 10,
    53 - 54

    B

    C
    Camera, 1
    CAMERA (Camera type), see Image information
    CF card, see Format
    CF Free/Total, see INFORMATION screen
    CompactFlash™, see Memory card
    Computer, 1
    connecting to, 32
    copying to, 33
    disconnecting from, 34
    Copy (EDIT menu), 26
    Copy CF card ➡ HDD, 7, 13
    Copy HDD ➡ CF card, 7, 36
    See also Computer, copying to; INFORMATION screen

    Date, imprinting, 40
    See also DPOF
    DCF, 66
    DC-in connector, 4, 9
    See also AC adapter
    Delete (EDIT menu ), 24
    Deleting, 24
    See also Memory card, formatting;
    HDD, formatting
    Deselect images, 51
    See also Slideshow
    Direct print, 38, 42
    Direct printing (PictBridge), 42 - 47
    DPOF (Digital Print Order Format), 38
    DPOF print, 42, 46
    DPOF printset, 38 - 39, 46

    E
    EDIT, 19 - 21, 23
    EDIT menu, 7, 23 - 29
    Enter button, 3, 5 - 6
    Error messages, 62
    EXP +/- (Exposure compensation), see Image information

    F
    FILE SIZE, see Image information
    Firmware ver., see INFORMATION
    screen
    FOCAL LENGTH, see Image information
    FOLDER TO COPY FROM, 36 - 37
    FOLDER TO COPY TO, 26, 36 - 37
    Format, 53, 55
    See also Memory card, formatting;
    HDD, formatting
    Full-screen playback, see Playback
    Function buttons, 3, 5 - 6

    H
    HDD, 58, 64
    access lamp, 3
    formatting, 55
    HDD Free/Total, see INFORMATION
    screen
    HDD, see Format
    Histogram, 16
    See also Image information
    67

    Index

    Battery pack, 4, 9, 57, 59 - 61
    battery release button, 4, 8
    case, 2
    charging, 8 - 9
    checking battery level, 10
    insulating tape, 8
    removing/installing, 8
    Brightness, 53

    D



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    I

    O

    Image data formats, supported, 1, 15, 22,
    66
    Image information, 16, 21
    INFO., 7, 56
    INFORMATION screen, 56
    Interface connector cover, 4

    Operating system (OS), 30 - 34, 66
    Optional accessories, 57

    J
    JPEG, 15, 17, 38
    See also Image data formats

    L
    Language, 11, 53 - 54
    Left function button, see Function buttons
    LIST, 15, 20, 37, 43, 50
    List view, 14, 19, 24 - 26, 36, 43, 49

    M

    Index

    Main menu (MENU), 7
    Memory card, 1, 12, 42, 48, 56, 59
    approved, 57
    formatting, 55
    inserting, 12
    reader, 33
    removing, 12
    slot, 3, 12
    slot cover, 3, 12
    supported, 12
    MENU, 11, 15, 18 - 20, 39, 47 - 51, 53, 56
    See also Main menu
    METERING, see Image information
    MODE, see Image information
    Monitor, 3, 61
    Move (EDIT menu), 23, 25
    Movie, 15 - 16, 48
    See also Image data formats; Playback
    Multi selector, 3, 5 - 6

    N
    NEF, 1, 15
    See also Image data formats
    New, 28
    See also Search
    New folder (EDIT menu), 23, 27
    NEW SEARCH, 29
    See also Search
    NTSC, see Video mode
    68

    P
    PAL, see Video mode
    PictBridge, 1, 38, 42
    Play CF card images, 7, 17, 20 - 22
    Play HDD images, 7, 14, 19 - 22
    Playback
    full-screen, 14 - 15, 17, 18, 21
    movie, 21 - 22
    thumbnail, 14 - 15, 18, 20, 37
    voice memo, 21
    zoom, 16 - 17
    Power switch, 3, 10, 64
    Power-off button, see Remote control unit
    Power-on lamp, 3, 10, 63
    PRINT, 38 - 39, 44 - 46
    Print CF card images, 42, 45
    Print images in HDD, 42 - 43
    PRINT menu, 38 - 47
    Printer, 1
    connecting to, 42
    disconnecting from, 47

    R
    Remote control unit, 2, 5 - 6
    battery, 5
    battery holder, 5
    insulating tape, 5
    power OFF button, 5 - 6
    rotate button, 5 - 6, 15, 21
    transmitter, 5
    Remote-control sensor, 3
    Rename (EDIT menu), 23, 28
    Reset printorder, 41
    See also DPOF
    Resetting MSV-01, 64
    Right function button, see Function buttons
    Rotate button, see Remote Control Unit

    S
    Search, 23, 28
    SEARCH RESULT, 29
    SELECT DEST. FOLDER, see Move
    SELECT FOLDER, 43, 49



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    SELECT IMAGES, 50
    Select images, 39
    See also DPOF
    SELECT PRINT IMAGES, 39 - 40, 43, 45
    Selected folder (SLIDESHOW menu),
    48 - 49
    Selected images (SLIDESHOW menu),
    49, 50
    SENSITIVITY, see Image information
    Set interval (SLIDESHOW menu), 52
    SET UP, 7, 10, 53
    SET UP menu, 53 - 55
    Shooting Data, 16, 46
    See also Shooting info.
    Shooting info., imprinting, 40
    See also DPOF
    SHUTTER (Shutter speed), see Image information
    Slideshow, 7, 48
    SLIDESHOW INTERVAL, 52
    SLIDESHOW menu, 48 - 52
    Soft case, 2

    T
    Index

    Thumbnail playback, see Playback
    TV (Television), 1
    connecting to, 35

    U
    USB, 1, 32, 38, 42, 46
    cable, 2, 32, 42
    connector, 4
    driver software installation, 30 - 31
    See also Computer; Printer

    V
    Video mode, 35, 53 - 54
    Video output, 1
    View previous result, 28 - 29
    See also Search
    Voice memo, 15 - 16
    See also Playback

    W
    WHITEBAL (White balance), see Image information

    69



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