Your Nikon D300s is known for its awesome performance in low-light conditions, its super-powerful 51-point autofocus system, and the really, really long list of ways you can customize it. This friendly guide is known for making it easy to use every one of these features. Get the scoop here, and you'll start getting excited about what you can create!
When quality counts — learn when to shoot RAW and when to use JPEG or TIFF
Master exposure — enjoy the ease of Programmed Auto mode, then step up to shutter-priority auto, aperture-priority auto, or manual exposure
Capture perfect color — create custom white balance settings, choose the best color space, and fine-tune colors
Decipher the lingo — make sense of technical terms such as bit depth, compression, metadata, and more
Flash forward — take advantage of Flash Compensation, FV Lock, commander mode, and other flash options
Open the book and find:
How to set up your camera for the way you shoot
Tips on controlling depth of field
How to capture action with Dynamic Area autofocus
Steps for processing RAW files in the camera
How to use dual memory card slots
Help with recording HD movies
Advice on handling tricky lighting situations
How to include copyright information and text comments in picture files
Get the most from every menu option
Adjust the camera controls and shooting modes to get the results you want
Manipulate exposure, focus, and color to suit your creative vision
The pictures are very clear and extremely helpful to understand the subject matter.
I would recommend this book to anyone that is considering the purchase of this dslr, or anyone that feels a need to brush up on their skills.
Bought all the other books relating to learning how to operate my Nikon D300s; however, this book surpassed them all.
It's a lot to work through, but a very helpful and instructive book. There is so much on this camera, I only begin to scratch the surface of its capabilities.Published 4 months ago by arbarbee
This is a great tool to master your camera. Great for the beginner but also for the expert. I learned great practical stuff.Published 7 months ago by JB FANJUL
Reading the Nikon manual is more painful than polishing silver so I had to find another source to learn how to use my camera. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Peter Spence
I haven't read the whole book yet so am reluctant to give 5 stars. Check with me later when I have read more.Published 13 months ago by Mr. Neil E. Meiskey