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D850 01 PRE-SHOOT CHECKLIST Check these settings before you head out with your camera! SETTING MY PREFERRED SETTING Exposure Mode White Balance Setting ISO Setting Focus Mode Release Mode Metering Mode Bracketing: On/Off File Format: JPEG, RAW, or RAW+JPEG Highlight Warning (Blinkies): On/Off Picture Control Vibration Reduction: On/Off Battery Fully Charged and in Camera Memory Card Formatted and in Camera
Firstly this took around 2 months to arrive which seems crazy given the D850 has been out for several years. It is a pocket sized guide and I was surprised that the pages are card. Would have been better being coated paper to be thinner. Under 40 pages which given that 10 relate to suggestions about typical shooting scenarios means that there isn't a whole lot of meat in the book. However what is there covers the basics. For someone buying a camera as sophisticated as the D850 you will need more information to really make it come to life. For the price, I think worth saving for a better more comprehensive book/manual and then creating your own summary on a couple of sheets of paper. Saying that I have put it in the bag for little space and no doubt there will be moments when I refer to it
This, for me, is a great little go-to guide for the Nikon D850. I find the owner's manual a bit heavy going; this pocket guide tells you all you need to get the D850 up and running. No, it won't tell you how to take gorgeous photos to be exhibited in galleries - that comes with practice, but it will show you how to operate the D850 effectively. As it says on both front and rear covers - Buttons, Dials, Settings, Modes, and Shooting tips. What else do you need? The guide itself is made from very robust material to withstand everyday use. Well worth the money.
A little handy guide to jog your memory perhaps but for more info you would need the book . There are that many settings one this camera you just need to pick the ones that suit you at that time and to remember all the settings for different occassions would be a nightmare for the snapper who treats it as a hobby - would buy another type of this book if I needed it - small enough to carry round but obviously because of the size - minimal info at hand .