Canon EOS 7D Mark II For Dummies (Anglais) Broché – 27 mars 2015
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This full–color guide to the features and functions of the Canon EOS 7D Mark II makes it easy for first–time users to get the most out of the camera and capture cool, professional–level photos. Packed with examples on how to create eye–popping digital photos, Canon EOS 7D Mark II For Dummies gives you a plain–English tour of the camera′s controls, shows how to manipulate focus and color, gives step–by–step instructions on how to shoot better low–light and action shots, and so much more.
Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) cameras offer full control over exposure settings while also providing pre–sets and auto mode options for beginners. If you′re just picking up or considering buying a Canon EOS 7D Mark II camera, this fun and friendly guide takes the intimidation out of making sense of the bells and whistles so you can get right down to snapping stunning photos.
- Covers shooting in auto mode and using live view and playback modes
- Explains how to dial in exposure and use lighting controls
- Includes easy tips for printing, posting photos online, and other ways to share images
- Gives you ten photo editing tricks and pro functions
If you′re an amateur photographer who wants better–than–entry–level gear, or a pro looking for a budget camera to add to your collection, Canon EOS 7D Mark II For Dummies has the information you need to get more bang for your buck out of this powerful camera.
Quatrième de couverture
- Demystify camera controls and menus
- Take great pictures automatically or in manual mode
- Dial in exposure and fine–tune focus
IN FULL COLOR!
Get great digital shots with your Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Want to capture cool, professional–level photos with your shiny new Canon EOS 7D Mark II? Packed with tips on creating eye–popping digital photos, this full–color guide gives you a plain–English tour of the camera′s controls, explaining step–by–step how to manipulate focus and color, get better low–light and action shots, and so much more.
- Say cheese get to know your EOS 7D Mark II and find your way through the maze of menu options
- Pixel perfect get the lowdown on image size and quality and manage your files like a pro
- Oh, the places you′ll go from wildlife to landscapes to people, discover how to brilliantly capture your subjects
- Do it live find out how to shoot pictures and movies with Live View mode and preview your images on the LCD monitor
- Get creative understand how exposure works, use Aperture and Shutter Priority modes, and make the most of custom functions to get truly creative shots
Open the book and find:
- How your camera′s controls affect your photo
- The scoop on auto flash, red–eye reduction, and self–timer modes
- Guidance on choosing the optimal settings for specific situations
- Tips for finding your best vantage point
- How to focus on an off–center subject
- Thrifty tips for creating a makeshift tripod
- Steps for adding your name and copyright info to your images
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I purchased this "Dummies" book waiting for David Busch's book to be released. I had to get to page 128 before Shutter priority was finally addressed. This book was obviously intended for beginners. But if that were so, why would a beginner purchase the newest and arguably the greatest APS-C camera on the market so far. On page 140 the paragraph heading is "Using Custom Functions". I thought, finally, let's get to the meat of the camera". But no! Here's a quote. "Unfortunately I'd have to buy my editor a year's supply of her favorite hair-coloring product if I covered every custom function."
Also, he tells you how to do something, but not why you would want to do it. Not much is going to be learned about photography in this book.
Now I know why they call it ...for dummies. You've got to be one to buy this thing. Unfortunately you don't find that out until AFTER you buy it.
For the person that just purchased their first DSLR, and it happens to be the Canon EOS 7D Mark II, you'll be in over your head, and this book will teach you some of the basics of photography theory, and most of the functions of the camera but that's about it. It's not complete by any means.
What a disappointment. If I could I would give this 2 1/2 stars AT BEST.
Anybody want to buy a copy cheap?
Furthermore, whenever we approach anything a serious photographer would want to read, the author repeatedly states that space doesn't permit him to address the topic. When discussing custom functions, he says, "Unfortunately, I'd have to buy my editor a year's supply of hair coloring product if I covered every custom function." Hey, that's why I bought the book!
I know this is a "For Dummies" book, but I've read many in that series that were seriously detailed. This one isn't.
Unfortunately, it appears that the publisher of David Busch's excellent guides may have run into financial problems, and his book on the 7D II won't be forthcoming. Here's two alternative suggestions. You can either buy the Kindle-only Canon 7D Mark II Experience book, or if you want a paper book with Busch's level of detail, you could buy Busch's guide to the Canon 5D Mark III. Sure, it's a different camera, and there's some significant differences between them, but the menu structure of the 7D II is quite similar to that of the 5D III, and most of the advanced features work the same.
Hope fully not all " Dummies" books are written in such a manner
I give the book three stars at best because of the manner it is written.