For the last couple of days I've had my nose buried in my Kindle reading the new Nickonian D90 book. OK, the Kindle version is not the best way to go, on the Macbook is best, ie full colour, better to read but that's what I've done, purely for the convenience. I've wasted money on books claiming to be the most comprehensive, better than the manual, blah, blah but they're not worth the candle. Not so this publication. It has often been remarked that you need only get one good idea for an investment to repay its outlay and this example proves, to me anyway, to be true. In two days of dipping in and out, reading & testing I've learned a whole lot about the Nikon system which I simply did not comprehend over the 18 months I've owned and used my D90.
I'm not claiming my photography is any better yet but its nice to have some idea of what's going on under the bonnet.
#1. "RE: The new D90 book" In response to Reply # 0
Thanks for the review of the book. I'm working through Understanding Exposure right now by Bryan Peterson, but have been thinking of specific D90 book to help learn the features as I am spending a lot of time digging through the factory D90 manual.