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Marlin4E Registered since 14th Jan 2011Fri 14-Jan-11 03:44 PM
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"Guide for Nikon D7000"


Hamilton, US
          

Are there any guides that this forum would recommend for the Nikon D7000? I have used Thom Hogan's guide for the D70 and D300 in the past. But he will not be publishing one for the D7000 until he gets back from Latin America.

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Fri 14-Jan-11 11:50 PM
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I believe one of the only ones out there right now is the Nikon D7000 Digital Field Guide by J. Dennis Thomas - available from Amazon - Mike Hagen was the technical editor on it. Also Doug Klostermann now has an e-book out too - available at his website:

http://dojoklo.wordpress.com/

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captainkev Registered since 24th Jan 2011Mon 24-Jan-11 07:56 PM
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just downloaded the Field Guide on Ibooks. Looks to be a good read

  

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bradbort Silver Member Nikonian since 16th Oct 2006Sun 30-Jan-11 09:54 PM
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I was really impressed with Thomas book, and I did not expect to be.

Its quite lucid, and actually gives the best description of the P mode that I have read in any manual ever. It explains why I have been frustrated with it at times. I had no idea it was smart enough to understand the focal length of a lens, and attempt to adjust the slowest shutter speed for hand holding accordingly.

At any rate, I found this guide to be really really useful. It was so good that when I left it in a rest. recently, I bought another for my Kindle.

Waiting for Thom H's book also, but just because I like to geek out!

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KnightPhoto Gold Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2006Fri 21-Jan-11 07:37 PM
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I'm waiting for Thom's - I like his advanced level of information. I end up using them more as a reference than a guide. But initially I do scan through his quickly to guide my camera setup.

And here I thought his site had gone all-quiet cause he was beavering away on the D7000 guide. But unfortunately he was stuck in Chile.
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Gamecocks Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jul 2010Mon 31-Jan-11 01:13 AM
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Joanna, US
          

Barnes and Noble Bookstore carries the "D7000 for Dummies" for $29.99. You can find it online by searching for the title. I believe it has around 300 pages (+-) with color photos showing the different menu items and how to use them. They also have a cheat sheet you can get at the online site.

John

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