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David Busch's Nikon Coolpix P7100 Guide to Digital Photography [Anglais] [Broché]

David Busch , Peter K. Burian

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David Busch's Nikon P7100 Guide to Digital Photography The Nikon Coolpix P7100 is the most advanced compact digital camera that Nikon has ever introduced. This title shows you how, when, and why to use all the cool features, controls, and functions of the Nikon Coolpix P7100 to take great photographs. It helps you to get comfortable with the basics of your camera.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent exposition on this gem of a camera, the Nikon Coolpix P7100 4 février 2012
Par Ronm01 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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David Busch is a prolific author who has written about a multitude of cameras. This is one of his first books dedicated to a recent compact form of camera that is more robust than a shirt-pocket size point-and-shoot camera. This non-dSLR "bridge camera" often serves as a replacement for the more bulky dSLR because of its high quality imaging capabilities. I have this camera and am quite impressed with it. Since purchasing and reading David Busch's book, I am even more impressed with the camera. You will not need the user manual (supplied with the camera on a CD in .pdf format, instead of in print) if you have this book. Mr. Busch has used his professional expertise and hands on experience to give a greatly detailed examination of this excellent camera. He not only explains all the features and their functions, he includes many color illustrations and photos to assist with clarifying his written detail. He continues his award winning ways as an author writing about cameras and photography with this book. The "How to" explanations have given me enjoyable insights into the application of the many features and functions of this multi-featured gem of a camera. Whether beginner or advanced, this book is a must have for all who own the P7100. I'm sure you will appreciate the accumulated knowledge dispensed in copious quantity with vivid detail. Mr. Busch favors Nikon cameras over many other brands. I dare say that you will enjoy his treatment of the P7100 as being an important evolution by Nikon into the compact bridge camera arena.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 David Busch's Nikon Coolpix P7100 Guide 16 février 2012
Par Allen K. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Busch's book for the P7100 is unparalleled. I have been a film photographer for over 30 years and converted to the Nikon Coolpix P7100 digital camera because of it's optics and versatility. The camera is complex with many variables that you can control, many more than on the traditional high-end film cameras. This book goes beyond the Nikon camera instructions. It tells you why you may want to select certain parameters in your camera and how to maximize it's potential for a variety of shooting conditions. I consider this book to be required reading for all P7100 owners, whether new or seasoned. You and your photography will benefit from studying this fantastic text.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 great soft-cover hardware 16 avril 2012
Par Lawrence C. Neilson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Having done freelance photography during the film era, and not having shot a picture for many years, I eased back into the discipline with a Panasonic point-and-shoot, and was both pleased and plagued. Eventually, I wanted more control over picture elements, but didn't want to spend four figures on a quality digital single lens reflex (dslr). Nikon's "bridge cameras" (somewhere between these two levels of complexity) had traditionally been inferior to Canon's, among others, and I wanted to be able to use some of my Nikon gear that wasn't obsolete. The Coolpix P7100 was the first Nikon bridge camera that earned critical raves, and, after much research, I bought one from Amazon.

This, parenthetically, was a great move, because the lowest online price was offered by an outfit I discovered, at the last minute, was bogus. To top it all, Amazon gave a generous rebate when I showed that the camera I received had images already on the memory card (clearly a return).

The online manual was extremely frustrating, and I began using, and immensely enjoying the camera, based on my prior experience, and a few paragraphs from the manual.

As soon as this book became available, I got a copy, and it quickly improved my shooting experiences. Not only is it illustrated with color shots, the author includes many tips, and reasons for them, at appropriate points in the text. His sections on flash helped me navigate the camera's myriad options.

I would suggest using the book in conjunction with online photography forums. In one, for example, I got ideas about how to marry my ancient flashguns to the P7100's protocols.

Not a page-turner, this is a fine reference which quickly gives you a great deal of information about the many topics covered. Just as I customized the (indispensable) wrist strap, by designing a "string tie" of armature wire, to cinch up the strap, I would highly recommend that this book be incorporated into your information resources, but that you roam far afield to find stuff that may be specific to your situation.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 David Busch's Nikon P7100 Guide: An essential for P7100 users 20 juillet 2012
Par John Williamson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Few books for cameras can be called truly necessary, but David Busch's Nikon Coolpix P7100 Guide to Digital Photography breaks that rule. The factory manual from Nikon comes on a CD or is available as a download. But using musical terms to compare them, the Nikon manual is like a kazoo, while David Busch's guide is like the full Boston Symphony Orchestra.

For first time readers unused to the author's style, this book will be an eye-opener; for those of us familiar with his photography and camera book, it's often a welcome relief when we see the announcement of one of his books geared at a camera we own or are considering. This one is no exception.

The amount of information between the covers is broad, yet well organized. Open the book, and after the Table of Contents, the Preface and a very interesting Introduction, you'll find this book logically broken down as follows:

PART I: Getting Started With Your Nikon Coolpix P7100.
1. Your New Nikon Coolpix P7100
2. Taking Your First Coolpix P7100 Photos.
3. Nikon Coolpix P7100 Roadmap.
4. Setting Up Your Nikon P7100.

PART II: Getting The Most From Your Nikon Coolpix P7100.
5. Fine-Tuning Exposure.
6. Advanced Shooting with Your Nikon Coolpix P7100.
7. Movie Making with Your Nikon Coolpix P7100.
8. Getting the Most from Your Zoom.
9. Making Light Work for You.
10. Useful Software for the Nikon Coolpix P7100.

The glossary is well done, and even for those who think that they understand the terminology, there may be some interesting terms that are clarified. The index is very well done, and one that this reader and photographer wishes that other authors would emulate.

I was first introduced to the author with David Busch's Nikon D5000 Guide to Digital SLR Photography in 2009 after I had that camera for a few months. I had gone through the Nikon manual trying to figure out why I was having shutter lag, and within a few minutes I found the solution. I ended up reading it cover to cover, and it made life with my new D5000 a lot easier.

But as good as that book was, this one is even better, as if David Busch and co-author Peter Burian have taken things to a higher level in their way of explaining things. Inside the covers you'll find a real roadmap to the Nikon P7100, a complete coverage of the controls and features done in a very readable and succinct fashion. As you move on, you'll delve into shooting techniques, from basic to advanced, and Busch covers HDTV movie-making as well.

There's a lot of good info here, and the book includes a very helpful a troubleshooting guide, and lets face is: eventually some small problems will show up. And amongst the information in this guide is a discussion on the Nikon EN-EL14 Li-Ion battery. Just read it and follow the author's expertise on this, as he's 100% correct when it comes to the P7100.

We can say that this is the book that Nikon should have included with the P7100, but they didn't. If you're new to the camera, instead of buying a case, some small bundled accessory kit, or a spare battery from a third-party reseller that won't work (and yes, that's in the book), save your money and buy this book; you'll be glad that you did. If you're an experienced shooter and already think you have mastered the P7100, you may have some pleasant surprises between the covers of this book. As you might have guessed, this one is highly recommended to Nikon P7100 owners of all levels.

7/19/2012
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Great Guide !! 3 mars 2012
Par Joseph A. Pacaccio - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I received the book today, and I must tell you that I was pleasantly surprised !! I was expecting a smaller paperback, but this edition is absolutely beautiful. I skimmed through the chapters, and was delighted at the color photos throughout the book. I see you have compiled a very comprehensive review of the camera. As an amateur photographer, I own many Nikon, Canon, and Olympus products, but have always favored the Nikon's. I've had the P7100 for about a week now, and must say that I have put aside my D200, and have been very pleased with the results received from the P7100.

Within the week or so, I will study your book to learn more about this new Nikon model.

And thanks again, for this informative guide. I will be sure to recommend it to all who have an interest in this camera.
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