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5.0 étoiles sur 5A broad review, useful to most7 janvier 2009
Par William D. Hill - Publié sur Amazon.com
This will be a useful guide for all but the most technically proficient reader. It extends the Nikon User Guide with technical explanations, color photographs, an up-to-date coverage of lens/accessories, and general photography tips in the context of camera controls. Some coverage, such as concert photography and portrait posing, is weighted to the author's interests. I found it a useful review after reading the Nikon guide and using the camera for several months; there are lots of camera features to remember. And, the book is more up-to-date than the Nikon guide. The book would also be a better first read than the Nikon guide for someone technically minded who wants a broader balanced introduction. There are a few editing errors, but they are easily overlooked.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5Good D700 tips & More21 février 2009
Par W. Hallier - Publié sur Amazon.com
A well written explanation of the many functions of the camera. And serves as a good supplement to the Nikon Users Manual. In addition to the function explanations I found both the authors tips very useful and the additional general information about how the sensors work, lighting, and the authors tips on the various lenses worth the read. I tried to put one of the tips to work and found the "how to" incomplete so I e-mailed the author and was quite surprised to get a prompt reply with the solution. Worth the initial read and I have referred back the the Field Guide more than I have to the Nikon users manual. Well worth the $$.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5Good camera walk through and general photo considerations8 janvier 2009
Par Johan - Publié sur Amazon.com
The first half of the book gives you a good walk through of the D700. The majority of the following half is more general photo oriented and could basically be read regardless of what Nikon camera you own. I did not expect about half the book to cover topics not specific to the D700, yet everything is worthwhile reading.
Being the first camera field guide I have read and not much to compare with, I can only recommend this book. It has a good overview of the camera features and it will definitely be handy in the future whenever there is a feature I want use but did not try out at first.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Great Guide for the D7006 février 2009
Par Joshua Gunther - Publié sur Amazon.com
Now I'm not much for manuals but when it comes to cameras like the D700 you can't help but put your time in reading yours to really get the most out of your camera. The problem is the manual it comes with is just not user friendly and can be rather confusing. With the D700 Digital Field Guide you won't have this problem. The book is really awesome. Gives great clear advice on how you your D700 they way you want to but also offers the reasons behind why you might want to use a particular setting. For example, I found it very helpful when trying to figure out what color space I should set my camera to. Not only did it tell me all my options but explained which settings would be best for certain situation etc. I found this a very valuable book and would totally recommend it for anyone trying to get to know their camera!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5Wish there are more tips than just general knowledge14 février 2009
Par R. Chiu - Publié sur Amazon.com
I like the layout of this book, it provides a good overview of D700 as well as some additional knowledge about digital photography in general which is great. However, I am also looking for some in depth tips and recommendation about the practical use of the D700 (custom settings, pros and cons on different examples and settings), but found myself a bit disapponted about that. If you are looking for how D700 setting works, this is a good book for reference, but if you are looking for more practical examples, you may be a bit disappointed. I had to buy a Japanese professional photographer guides on the D700 as a supplemental (it also compare D700 settings to D3 and D300) from Taiwan and use along side with this book and got most of information I need about D700 this way.