>A couple of places to start: > >Mike Hagen at Out There Images has a suggested set-up guide >for the D7000 which you can download from his website >www.outthereimages.com - click on the Publishing tab and >scroll down to find the Guide. > >Also Thom Hogan is a terrific resource on just about >everything you'll need. His website www.bythom.com will answer >many of your questions and he has a new book just out for the >D7000 which will be a very valuable resource for you. I just >got it, and its very complete. > >You can shoot very fine JPEG's with a D7000 which will do for >just about anything and be "instantly" shareable. If >you are "into" post-processing - and sometimes, for >some, this is an integral part of photography (just as the >dark room was for film) - then you will want to shoot RAW. Of >course you can do both, and remember every Nikon RAW file >embeds a basic JPEG. > >I either shoot RAW only or RAW+JPEG Normal, depending on the >situation. > >Enjoy your D7000 - it is a fantastic camera, but it does have >a learning curve ... and that is half the fun! > >Chris
Hey thanks! I'm actually trying to set up the setting for point and shoot now. I have a question though - it says to use program mode and then to turn the auto iso on..however when I try to do that - auso iso is grayed out..it wont let me...how can I get this to work??