Nikon D70 Digital Field Guide

Nikon D70 Digital Field Guide

Book - 2005
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Congratulations! You have one of the most versatile, feature-rich digital SLRs on the market, and this full-color guide helps you make the most of it. Learn how to set up your Nikon D70 or D70s and adjust it for every subject and circumstance. Get professional advice on choosing lenses, composing more than twenty-five types of shots, even downloading and displaying your photos.

Wherever your imagination takes you, take this book along.

  • Use the Quick Tour to get the feel of your camera right away
  • Shift easily between semi-automatic and manual modes
  • Work with flash and available lighting to achieve different effects
  • Explore special lenses like macro, vibration reduction, and teleconverters
  • Discover the secrets of perfect action, business, portrait, or nature photography
  • Make downloading and editing problem-free

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Photojournalist-turned-author Busch explains how to set up and use a Nikon D70 or D70s digital camera. He begins with a "Quick Tour" for those who want to get started shooting right away. He then goes on to provide detailed coverage of such topics as working with light, choosing between lenses, and downloading and editing pictures. Composition suggestions are offered for more than 25 types of shots. The text is accompanied throughout by color photos. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

Publisher: Indianapolis, IN : Wiley Pub., Inc., 2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780764596780
Characteristics: xxiii, 245 p. : ill. ; 23 cm


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