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Complete Guide to the Nikon D by Thom Hogan. Thom Hogan’s Complete Guide to D Mar 25, I have a D and am interested in this book but I was wondering if anyone has read it or knows of. has anyone got and read thom Hogan’s guide? is it worth the There’s also the Nikon “Digitutor” for the D As for the ebook question.

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How do I find out how many shutter actuations a camera has? Do we still need fast lenses with great high ISO cameras? What’s the difference between all the 50mm lenses? The Big One’s gear list. I too bought Thoms guide, from Amazon, does the eBook version come supplied as in a code or download link? Why does my mm not seem like it gets to mm? Thom’s eBook on the D is pages Nikon’s manual is pages and Hogan includes another page book on the Nikon software plus a bunch of other stuff.

This item will ship to United Statesbut the seller has not specified shipping options. There are 1 items available. Why shouldn’t I just always shoot in Program mode? This item will be shipped through the Global Shipping Program and includes too tracking. Vladimir Martinez marked it as to-read Jul 18, Unlike the manual, it actually teaches you what each and every button and menu item does and how to use it.


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See other items More I’ve not bought one and would consider it for my D but only if not a regurgitation of the manual It’s a wonderful guide to both the guixe camera as well as photography and digital photography theory and decision points more broadly.

Can’t wait to dive in — Robert L. Back to home page Return to top. Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing.

A colleague just got one also and picked up the book by John Batdorff, which I borrowed and am reading, and I find to be very helpful, as noted about the Thom Hogan book. You can also get these in PDF form as well. How many lenses has Nikon made?

Do you ever update your works? How do I set the correct exposure? My handheld meter doesn’t seem to work right with flash Why is Can you make flash thf for me? Thom dissects just about every aspect of the inner workings of the camera as they relate to practical applications in photography and presents them in understandable, non-technical language.

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Please enter 5 or 9 numbers for the ZIP Code. But i have both the D50 and D guides, and they are good.

So What Would You Recommend? What’s with the dispose of in 10 years symbol on my camera’s label? See all condition definitions – opens in a new window or tab.


Gimme a grizzled old geezer who knows his stuff any day. Should I keep d700 white card out when I bounce flash? What is micro contrast?

Thom Hogan’s Complete Guide to the Nikon D500

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For many of the rest of us, though — amateurs at all levels of expertise who find the manual a bit frustrating and lacking in specificity — Thom’s guides are exhaustively thorough, extremely useful reference books that I highly recommend. My camera won’t operate.

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Autofocus, metering, video, card selection and use, lenses, image quality You may also like. Keith Staple marked it as to-read Dec 12, How is this site supported?

I’ve been asked to shoot a friend’s wedding. Winter Recreation in Edmonton Alberta. Thom provides a fair amount of technical detail, which I love. Why Not Think of Capture as “the Negative”? Other offers may also be available. Tom Brascher marked it as to-read Sep 25, Seller information twinsdad For 14 years, byThom has provided the best books on Nikon cameras, with the most detail and clarity you’ll find. Books by Thom Hogan.