Introducing selected titles:
Nikon D700: The Expanded Guide by Jon Sparks first published by Ammonite Press in 2009. Nikon has always been noted for continuity as well as innovation. This comprehensive user’s manual includes professional guidance on exposure, deapth of field and flash; advice on lenses, accessories and connection to external devices; step-by-step instructions for basic and advanced functions; practical tips on lighting, macro, camera care and much more. Following the high-impact launch of the D3, the D700 is the second Nikon digital SLR (DSLR) to feature an FX-format sensor.
Nikon D90 The Expanded Guide by Jon Sparks first published by Ammonite Press in 2009. The Nikon D90, with its numerous buttons, dials and menus, may initially appear complex or even daunting to photographers graduating from digital compacts or 35mm SLRs. But better description of this camera is ‘powerful’. For best results it is well worth exploring the D90’s new features. This manual includes step-by-step instructions for basic and advanced functions, advices on lenses, accessories and connection to external device, and much more.
Canon EOS 50D: The Expanded Guide by Andy Stansfield published by Ammonite Press in 2009. This is clear and authoritative guide by professional photographer shows how to achieve the best possible results from this outstanding digital SLR camera. First announced in the spring of 2000, the D30 offered a resolution of just over 3 mega pixels, 3-point auto focus, 3 frames per second. The new norm is 15 mega pixels, 9-point auto focus, up to 6.3 frames per second and a burst of over 100 frames if shooting small JPEGs. Easy on the eye, this camera isn’t just stylish, it new 920,000-dot, 3in LCD monitor provides exceptionally sharp and colorful playback images.
Nikon D300s: The Expanded Guide by Jon Sparks published by Ammonite Press in 2010. The D300s has a fully automatic Program mode that lets the camera make pretty much all of the decisions for you. The Nikon D300s may appear complex to those graduating from digital compacts or 35mm SLRs. But better description is ‘versatile’ or ‘powerful’. This comprehensive guide offers tips and advices on lenses, accessories, connection to external devices. Reader will learn about lighting, camera care, and much more.
Nikon D3 & D3X by Jon Sparks published by Ammonite Press in 2009. In this book, professional landscape photographer Jon Sparks examines the large range of features available on the Nikon D3 and D3x. Detailed guide for all serious photographers, it includes practical tips on lighting, camera care, advice on lenses, accessories and connection to external devices, and much more. The Nikon D3 and D3x stand jointly at the pinnacle of the company’s digital SLR (DSLR) line-up.