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If you've bought a Nikon D850 you can probably skip half the book because you know what you're doing already ... right ? But starting half way through the book there is some useful information to be found and it is well written. Recommend ... or browse YouTube for the same information.
Very nice book. But does little beyond rehashing owners manual with confusing descriptions of all the buttons and setup options of a very sophisticated and confusing state of the art camera. Need more direct tips and shortcuts. Print is also a little small for my old eyes. Filled with extreme details.... which in this case is a twin edged sword. I’ve been taking pix since starting out with a view camera and sheet film a long time ago....so I am not a novice.
I'm sure this is full of great info but I'm going to have to buy a magnifier sheet lay on the page to read it. Maybe have to return it and get the kindle version. So sad they didn't print it bigger. I need the reference.
The book was a nice "extra" to have when I bought my camera. There wasn't much I hadn't already picked up from blogs and YouTube. I ended up going to a one day class and learned more than I would have if I memorized the book. The seller was prompt and the book was packaged well.