The book provides details about the camera’s automatic and advanced shooting modes, including burst shooting at rates as fast as 24 frames per second, as well as its numerous menu options for shooting, playback, and setup. The book includes information about using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections for image transfer, remote control, and adding location information to images.
The book has more than 500 color photographs or illustrations that help explain the camera’s menus, shooting screens, and features. These images include examples of photographs taken using the RX100 VI’s Scene mode, with settings optimized for subjects such as landscapes, sunsets, portraits, low-light, and action shots; and the Creative Style and Picture Effect menu options, with settings that alter the appearance of images.
The book also provides introductions to topics such as street photography, astrophotography, and digiscoping, with photographic examples.
The book includes a full discussion of the video features of the RX100 VI, which can shoot HD and 4K (ultra-HD) movies, and which offers manual control of exposure and focus during movie recording. The book explains the camera’s numerous features that are useful for professional-level videography, including Picture Profiles that allow adjustment of settings such as gamma curve, black level, knee, and detail. The book provides detailed information about recording 4K video to an external video recorder using the “clean” video output from the camera’s HDMI port.
In three appendices, the book discusses accessories for the RX100 VI, including cases, power sources, grips, remote controls, and filter adapters, and includes a list of websites and other resources for further information. The book includes an appendix with “quick tips” on how to take advantage of the camera’s features in the most efficient ways possible.
This guide to the RX100 VI includes a detailed index, so the reader can quickly find needed information about any particular feature or aspect of the camera.
Alexander S. White is the author of numerous guide books for advanced compact cameras, including models from Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm, Canon, Panasonic, and Leica. He lives near Richmond, Virginia, with his family.
The book contains more than 350 color photographs showing the camera’s controls, display screens, and menus. The book includes examples of photographs taken using the creative settings of the camera, including the Photo Style settings; the Filter button picture effects, which provide the ability to customize the appearance of images in dramatic ways; and the camera’s features for continuous shooting and shooting in high-contrast lighting conditions.
The book also includes a full discussion of the video recording abilities of the D-Lux camera, which offers manual control of exposure and focus during movie recording, and which provides ultra-high definition 4K recording of motion pictures.
In three appendices, the book provides information about accessories for the D-Lux, including cases, external flash units, and other items, and includes a list of web sites and other resources for further information. The book includes an appendix with helpful Quick Tips that explain how to take advantage of the camera’s features in the most efficient ways possible.
Assuming no prior knowledge, this guide's easy-to-follow, step-by-step layout makes it accessible as it takes you through every technique you need to create stunning images, from exposure to flash to image enhancement. Handy checklists provide a quick rundown of the equipment and camera settings for each technique, and at-a-glance comparison images show how camera settings can produce remarkably different results. Hundreds of inspirational images provide even more motivation to reach your goal.
Fully updated to reflect all the latest developments in technology and creative trends in digital image-making, The Beginner's Photography Guide, 2nd Edition will empower you to achieve your full potential as a digital photographer.
The book explains topics such as autofocus, manual focus, HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography, ISO sensitivity, memory cards, and flash modes. It discusses techniques for using the P1000’s phenomenal zoom lens, with a maximum optical focal length of 3000mm, to full advantage. The book also explains the camera’s features for remote control and image transfer using a smartphone or tablet with the P1000’s built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities, as well as the camera’s features for adding location data to images.
The book includes sample photos taken with the creative options of the camera, including the Picture Control settings, which alter color processing of images; the Bird-watching, Moon, Creative, and Scene shooting modes, with settings optimized for subjects such as landscapes, pets, sunsets, and action shots; and the Coolpix P1000’s features for burst shooting and time-lapse photography.
In addition, the book provides introductions to topics such as street photography, infrared photography, and macro photography.
The book also explains the video features of the P1000, which can shoot 4K video and can record high-speed video sequences at speeds up to four times greater than normal, resulting in slow-motion footage when played back. In addition, the book describes procedures for using the Filter Effects option to add special effects to images after they have been captured.
In its three appendices, the book discusses accessories for the Coolpix P1000, including external flash units, microphones, remote control devices, cases, and charging and power options. The appendices also include a list of useful web sites and other references, as well as a section with “quick tips” to help users take advantage of the camera’s features in the most efficient ways possible.
This guide book to the P1000 camera includes a detailed Table of Contents and Index.