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Nikon D7000 Instructional by QuickPro Camera Guides
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This DVD by QuickPro is brimming with great tips and tricks to get the most out of your camera. QuickPro Camera Guides teaches you the fundamentals of digital photography applied to your Nikon D7000. With these new tools you will be able to gain confidence in your skills and take your pictures to a new level. Chapter Overview ● User Setting Modes ● Set Metering and Exposure ● Auto and Scene Modes ● Live View Shooting and Movie Recording ● Digital Noise and Intentional Blur ● Release Modes and Setting Image Quality ● Using Picture Controls ● White Balance and Active D Lighting ● Metering Modes and Lighting Modes ● Built In Flash Modes ● Flash Exposure Compensationn ● Elements of Composition ● Landscape Scenario ● Sporting Event Scenarios ● Conclusion
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Even if you are an absolute novice you will feel like you got ripped off after watching this. If you really want to learn more about your D7000 then I suggest you follow this link.
There is a 4 part video review and demo of this camera, which compares it to the Canon 60D, you will learn WAY more about your camera than you ever will on this crappy DVD, and the best part, it's completely free to watch these videos, and I have several times. In total those 4 videos give you about 50 good solid minutes of info on your camera. If I can save you $20 and still point you to a place where you will learn about your camera I am happy to do so.
That sad part is that I had already watched this 4 part series and still bought the DVD. It was just my gluttony on wanting to learn as much as I can about this camera which I love. I can't blame myself for wanting to learn, but now I am kicking myself.
What I got was a guy standing, holding the camera, and showing the controls. If you've read the manual, this video doesn't elaborate much on that. There are a few photos included that show what a control or setting does, but not nearly enough. Save your money for a filter or memory card or something...