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A full-color guide to Nikon's exciting new entry-level dSLR
With its large 24.2 megapixel sensor, full HD video recording capability, and wireless options, the Nikon D3200 is very appealing! This full-color guide assumes no prior digital photography or dSLR knowledge and helps you start taking great pictures with your new Nikon right from the beginning. Popular author and photography instructor Julie Adair King shows you how to use all the settings, manage playback options, take control with manual modes, work with video, and edit and share your images. It's like a personal course in beginning dSLR photography.
- New dSLR users will quickly gain skills and confidence with the step-by-step, colorfully illustrated instructions in this beginner's guide to the Nikon D3200 camera
- Explains how to use all the new features of the Nikon D3200, including a 24-megapixel sensor, 11 autofocus points, 4 frame-per-second shooting, full HD video capabilities, and a WiFi feature that lets you control the camera remotely or preview images on your smartphone
- Covers auto and manual modes, playback options, working with exposure and focus, shooting video, editing and sharing photos, troubleshooting, and photography tips
- Popular author has written more than 15 For Dummies books on Nikon and Canon cameras
Nikon D3200 For Dummies is the easy, full-color, and fun way to start making the most of your new camera right away.
This FULL COLOR book helps new Nikon D3200 users get a better grasp on their camera's controls as it guides them through getting better photos with the model. Topics include:
- Fast Track to Super Snaps - getting the feel for the camera, shooting in Auto mode, managing playback options, basic troubleshooting
- Taking Creative Control - adjusting manual settings to get better results from exposure, lighting, focus and color, then applying those settings to photo sessions. Also offers a full chapter on video mode along with the new autofocus features of the camera.
- Working with Picture Files - sending images to a computer for organizing, editing, and sharing
- The Part of Tens - tips on photo editing and select features