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This is the best Z6 book to go for. It is highly detailed and thorough. It needs, as suggested, to be read with the camera in your hands. The fact that the menu’s are shown in colour is also very helpful. A well written book which is typical of the Rocky Nook series. Recommended.
As soon as I ordered my Z6, I ordered Darrel’s book. This is at least my third one! I have one for the d700 and the d750 as well. Yes, I have gone online for a video here and ther...but I really don’t like to. With his books, all I need to do is look for the specific issue and voila...solved!!! With videos you have to watch the whole thing Nd maybe all you need s just something in the middle or end...having a book handy in my office or with me I can easily check out what info I need when I need it. Darrel’s books are easy to read, easy to find specific info, and very thorough in providing all the information I need. Excellent resource!!!
This is the camera I hope to be able to find and afford... Now if Amazon or Best Buy will just put it on sale. Book tells all that I could think of needing to know and love studying it. Haven't bought the camera but if I do, will be able to do whatever I want on it (based on having the funds to allow me to purchase the items the author suggests using with the camera.)
This is one of several books on the Z6 I have, and it is the best. It is so full of information that I've underlined and highlighted almost half of what I've read. I have to practice or use certain features before I can even continue in the book. For an amateur, this is the book I needed.
This book on the Nikon Z6 should be included with the purchase of the camera. There is not much info left out. Once you read this you will know your camera inside and out. The book is well laid out and covers all the items in the menu system.
Well written and organized. Some sections, like video recording and button assignments would (for me) benefit by more details. I miss the diopter setting, particularly for those who need more than what is provided and a word on back focusing setting