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David Busch's Compact Field Guide for the Nikon D600, 1st Edition from Cengage Learning covers both the basics of the camera as well as more advanced functions. From fundamentals to movie making, all features and capabilities of the camera are explored.
The book is complete with checklists, charts, tips and tricks about how to get the most out of the D600 in any shooting scenario. You'll learn how to initiate a quick setup and then move on to more sophisticated topics such as lighting and lenses. This compact book is small enough to fit in your field bag so you'll always have the answers about how to use the camera in hand.
Table of Contents
Quick Setup Guide
Map and Function of Each Control
Playback and Shooting Menu Settings
Custom and Setup Menu Settings
Using the Flash
Shooting Tips Tables
About the Author
David D. Busch has written nearly two-dozen hugely successful guidebooks for a wide variety of digital camera models, as well as many popular books devoted to DSLRs, including Mastering Digital SLR Photography, Third Edition and Digital SLR Pro Secrets. He was a photojournalist for more than 20 years, illustrated his books, magazine articles, and newspaper reports with award-winning images.
David ran his own commercial studio, shot weddings and sports for a daily newspaper and an upstate New York college. His photos and articles have been published in Popular Photography & Imaging, Rangefinder, the Professional Photographer, and hundreds of other publications. He's also reviewed dozens of digital cameras for CNET and Computer Shopper. His advice has been featured on National Public Radio's, All Tech Considered