I had just brought a DSLR camera and after having paid more for a camera than I ever had in life I wanted to know how to use it. I turned the camera on and out popped a dizzying array of information. Everything was there FStop, ISO and shutter speed stuff. The camera came with a basic flash that had its own attendant functions. What are the pro's and con's of ISO, versus FStop versus Shutter Speed. Digital Photography For Dummies®, Mini Edition is more a very general introduction to what questions you should be asking about digital photography. The introduction to ISO, FStop and Shutter Speed are very basic in that you just barely know what they are and what they do. Digital Photography For Dummies®, Mini Edition gives you just enough information to point your DSLR and shoot a halfway good picture. Digital Photography For Dummies®, Mini Edition tells you just enough about digital photography to make you comfortable enough to proceed. Unfortunately in so few pages there is little of true value in Digital Photography For Dummies®, Mini Edition. Honestly if I had it to do again I'd bypass Digital Photography For Dummies®, Mini Edition in favor of buying a book that takes my introduction to photography to greater levels of detailed handholding in a learning process.