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Robbinsville, US
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19US Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Jul 2008
Wed 18-Jul-12 03:03 AM | edited Wed 18-Jul-12 03:29 AM by 19US

Based on feedback here I purchased Hogans book for the D800. Mine was v1.02 and I notice a thread today citing his v1.03 book. Since this is my first time buying an e book from Thom, am I entitled to updates or did I get what I got, so to speak? Thanks for entertaining a silly question


EDIT --- Please disregard, moderators feel free to delete. Found the answer. Have been travelling and didn't receive the update email until after I posted. Please disregard.

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Livingston, US
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#1. "RE: Hogan D800 book" | In response to Reply # 0

wfmcgrath3 Registered since 25th Feb 2012
Wed 18-Jul-12 01:59 AM

I noted a problem with font rendering in 1.02 and sent Thom an e-mail. Before he could respond, I got an e-mail that had apparently been sent to all buyer of the D800 book that version 1.03 was available as a free upgrade. I downloaded it and the font problem had been fixed. Later that same day I got a note from him saying the new version would fix the problem and to download it. Since I had already done that, I just replied "thanks." If you didn't get a note about the upgrade, drop him a note and I'm sure he'll send you the necessary info to download the newer version.

I've found it to be his usual high-quality material. Wading through boring stuff like how to insert the battery or attach the lens is the only thing I don't like about how it's organized. However, he does a stellar job of explaining the "why" instead of just telling the "how." Good reading for any D800(E) owner, or any Nikon shooter, actually.

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