Sun 03-Apr-11 03:28 PM | edited Sun 03-Apr-11 03:28 PM by bernardcollin
just bought it, looks great but on an ipad kindle version it is 3000 pages or so... I wanted to find the section explaining how and why setting the shooting banks etc... I would love to find expert advice on these settings with clear explanation of the why each setting is chosen...
anyone can point me to a chapter... I will slowly go through the book but would have loved the crush course on this as it is my main concern on the d700
Sun 04-Dec-11 12:03 PM | edited Sun 04-Dec-11 12:04 PM by slothead
I don't know if it matters now (or is OBE), but it is also available as a Nook eBook so you can read it on your iPads too (maybe you can read Kindle books on the iPad too, I don't know). (Oh, it's available in that format for the D7000 too (but this is the D700 forum).
I buy the Nikonian books through O'Rielly Media. You can get paper back and ePub together for a little over the price of either. Registering your purchase entitles one to may e formats and an updater and errata service.
Sun 26-Feb-12 05:40 PM | edited Sun 26-Feb-12 06:18 PM by DaveO
Glad to see that it is available for only $ 9.95. I'm not familiar with the author though. Is it better than the other two e-books for the same price. I also have a cheap tablet which is full color and a 7 inch dia screen. Don't know if it will take the Kindle format ( Mobi ) though. I know it takes e-pub and pdf. Are there any colored pictures in it? Might be worth buying the Kindle Fire down the road.
I actually don't own a D 700, but have been thinking of getting it if it really drops to $ 2199 in March. Have thought about the e-book just to see what the camera is capable of. This may influence whether I buy it or not. My other choice would be the D 400 when it comes out at a slightly lower price.
You can purchase many RockyNook books through Oreilly Media. Once purchased and registered, you have access to the various book format and errata. You also can get a discount for the printed and eformat combo.
>It should do , kinda ironic that the worst user experience >would be on a Kindle. > I'm reading it using the Android Kindle app on a Samsung tablet. The book looks great in this format. BTW, thanks a lot for the chapter on the 700's autofocus module. What I learned reading that chapter was probably worth the price of the book right there. -BRK