Have a look here:http://www.nikondigitutor.com/eng/d800/index.html
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Yeah Gerold, Thanks for sharing that!
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I had initially watched some of this briefing on the D-800, but forgot about it. I just went to it, and learned another feature on the camera. Wow! A lot to this camera. Thank you for sharing.
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Thom Hogan's book, the Nikon D800 Technical guide and the digitutor, what more could anyone want Richard
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I'd love it if whoever produced that digitutor, would redo the one for the D700. They did a great job considering how clucky that Nikon interface (for the digitutor...) is.
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Nice find Gerold, I'd seen that last year when I started looking at the D800, but didn't bookmark it. Got it now.
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