The 1st edition book, David Busch's Nikon D5200 Guide to Digital SLR Photography from Cengage Course Tech. is a complete overview and in-depth examination of this advanced 24MP entry-level DSLR camera. Covering everything from setup to metering, lighting, exposure, focus and more, author David Busch shows you how, when, and why to use all the features, controls and functions of the Nikon D5200 to capture great photographs and video.
Introductory chapters will help you get comfortable with the basics before delving into creative ways to use file formats, resolution and exposure. Learn how to select the best autofocus mode, shutter speed, f/stop and flash settings for capturing the best shots in any conditions. Additionally, explore advanced shooting techniques like HD movie recording and the use of external flash functions. Sharp full-color images display the camera's essential buttons and dials, and the included Nikon D5200 Roadmap serves as a quick-reference visual guide to functions and features. Troubleshooting and prevention tips help you solve and avoid problems.
- Table of Contents
2. Quick Start
6. Live View/Movies
8. Setup: Playback, Shooting Menus
9. Setup: Custom Settings
10. Setup: Retouch, My Menu
- About the Author
- With more than a million books in print, David D. Busch is among the world's bestselling digital camera guide authors, and the originator of popular digital photography series like David Busch's Pro Secrets and David Busch's Quick Snap Guides. He has written more than a dozen Canon and Nikon DSLR guidebooks, in addition to many other books devoted to DSLRs. As a roving photojournalist for more than twenty years, he illustrated his books, magazine articles, and newspaper reports with award-winning images. He has operated his own commercial studio and shot weddings and sports. His photos and articles have appeared in Popular Photography & Imaging, The Rangefinder, The Professional Photographer, and hundreds of other publications. He has also reviewed dozens of digital cameras for CNet and Computer Shopper, and his advice has been featured in National Public Radio's "All Tech Considered."