Thom Hogan's Complete Guide to the Nikon D7100 helps you understand and master the use of the Nikon D7100 DSLR. With over 800 pages of detailed, complete, and useful information, you'll find all your questions about the camera and how to use it answered.
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This book (supplied as an eBook PDF file) contains everything you'd want to know about the D7100 and how to use it. You'll find deep explanations with more examples and suggestions than in previous and other guides, all in the no-nonsense and understandable writing style for which Thom Hogan has become famous. No matter how well you think you know the D7100, you'll find things in this book that you didn't know about it. That's why it's called a "complete guide."
What's covered? Autofocus, metering, video, card selection and use, lenses, image quality, use of your smartphone with the camera...basically everything there is to know about the D7100.
The PDF file is fully cross-referenced and bookmarked. byThom supports use of the PDF file on Windows computers, Macintosh computers, Apple iPads, plus Nook and Kindle readers. (There's no reason it won't work on smartphones or other tablets, but we don't have the resources to check and support every instance of every PDF reader in existence. Note also that on the small Kindles, page margins and Amazon's PDF support can make the type smaller than some people like--try orienting the page horizontally, where Amazon gets the margins right.)
The Complete Guide to the Nikon D7100 is a must-own for any D7100 user. There simply isn't any other work out there that comes close to touching the detail, usefulness, or completeness of this work. The work can only be purchased from this site.
- Organized to help you learn. With distinct sections for what you need to know before using the camera (background and setup), while using the camera (shooting features), and after using the camera (what to do with your images). Video is covered in a separate section, too.
- A complete instruction manual and an introduction to relevant digital issues in one book. Thom Hogan's Complete Guide to the Nikon D7100 manages to not only fully describe every feature of the D7100 in clear, easy-to-understand language, but gives you rich, technical background for many of the critical issues that confront digital camera users.
- Nikon flash and autofocus modes explained in plain English! Wonder how i-TTL flash works? Can't figure out Dynamic autofocus, Release Priority, Focus Priority, 3D autofocus mode, and a host of other terms used to describe features of the focusing system? Thom Hogan's Complete Guide to the Nikon D7100 explains these terms and accompanying techniques in the same simple, no-nonsense language that made his Nikon Field Guide a best seller. Includes instructions for the SB-400, SB-700, and SB-900/SB-910, including for wireless use.
- Wireless coverage: The eBook covers the WU-1b wireless transmitter and the use of the Nikon WMU app, but does not cover the use of the WT-5.
What do readers think?
- “The work is very comprehensive. I feel I know the camera better than I ever have.”
- “Your complete guide has already paid for itself.”
- "extremely valuable for learning how to use my D7100, and how to configure it optimally."
Current version: 1.02
Known version 1.01 errata fixed in version 1.02:
- Page 8: fixed subject line for email
- Page 24: fixed incorrect reference to FX (should be DX)
- Pages 42, 256, 271, 281, 396, 811 had incorrect camera references, now corrected (e.g. D600, or in one case, an incomplete D710 instead of D7100)
- Page 49: reference to AA filter should be to infrared block filter
- Page 73: put correct dynamic range table in
- Page 77: removed superfluous “as”
- Page 119: “once that” should be “once thought”
- Pages 140, 250, 319, 558 removed plural references to the D7100 instead of singular (have versus has)
- Pages 175, 278, 316, 257, 359, 686, 689, 702 updated Capture NX2 references to Capture NX-D
- Page 182: changed “they can find” to“it can find”
- Page 184: changed “allow” to “allows”
- Pages 205, 730, 773: removed references to time-lapse
- Page 218: Section name for WiFi was wrong and corrected, and missing page reference has been added; changed “is almost on” to “is always on”
- Page 226: changed “in their metadata” to “in its metadata”
- Pages 231, 240, 241, 242, 566, 598, 674: removed references to “banks”
- Page 281: changed “use” to “uses”
- Page 284: the proper Mode dial is now shown
- Page 297: “using Sony FX sensors” was stricken; sentence now starts “As with other DX Nikons
- Page 317: changed “two or three” to “two to seven”
- Page 323: fixed reference to 3-image bracket set limitation (should be 5)
- Page 340: fixed reference to rear LCD that should be top LCD
- Page 415: fixed reference to 39 sensors (should be 51)
- Page 418: reworded reference to “another book” to make point clearer
- Page 459: changed “unawares” to “unaware”
- Pages 533 and 564: corrected references to MB-D14 to MB-D15
- Pages 594, 670, 777, 780, 781, 786, 802: fixed reference to WU-1b (should be WU-1a)
- Page 718: fixed wording for incomplete sentence (missing D7100)
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