Bookshelf 1: Master your Nikon Camera Series
Keywords: d90, d300, d300s, d600, d700, d800, d3000, d5000, d7000, d7100, cls, nikon
Nikonians and Rocky Nook, a prestigeous publisher of photography books, entered into an exciting joint venture since 2008 to produce tutoring books on the most popular Nikon cameras, showing users how to master theirs. This series has built a splendid reputation by providing a wealth of information and professional insights for owners of each new camera, explaining the practical working details of the marvelous technology behind Nikon machines in an easy to understand language. Some of them have been translated into German. We are very pleased to present you here with these very successful books, all making the best sellers list even before published.
Selected authors for this series to date are:
Darrell Young, Nikonians Charter Member and Nikonians Writers Guild Founding Member
Mike Hagen, Nikonians Academy Director
James Johnson, Professional Photographer and Author
To celebrate these editions Nikonians include in these books a 50% discount voucher for a Gold Membership.
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Basil Katsaros (katman70) on March 14, 2020
Is Mastering the D850 not available for purchase thru Nikonians? I can't find it!!!
Dawn Elsea (dawnelsea) on October 1, 2019
(Edited by bgs Monday, 16 March 2020 ) I bought Mastering the Nikon D500 by Darrell Young this week. It is through Rockynook Nikonian Press. The 50% discount code for a gold membership provided in the book is coming up not valid. The book indicated a discount code of .... Please advise. Thank you
Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs) on June 15, 2016
@brianbat420: It is a good idea! To have licensed content available for paying members to read. I will discuss this with the team. JRP put together these books many eons ago. They may be helpful for someone interested in acquiring books, and yes, there is an affiliation code in there that probably do kick back a few dollars to Nikonians.
brian bats (brianbat420) on June 14, 2016
Is this a "Bookshelf" or just links to buy products and make this website money? When I think of a bookshelf j think of a place where "Paying" members can read books and not be forced to purchase them.
Dr. Patrick Buick (profpb) on November 4, 2015
Darrell, what's the holdup? I've been suffering for almost a year with my D750. You got me through life with your D7000 and D800 bibles.