Nikon 1 J1/V1 For Dummies

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Master Nikon's first mirrorless camera with this full-color guide

The Nikon 1 is a revolutionary new pocket-size camera line that packs the power of a digital SLR into a smaller body. This easy-to-follow guide covers both the J1 and V1 models, showing you all the modes and capabilities of each and how to use them. Illustrated with full-color images to show what you can achieve, it explores all the controls, different lenses, auto and video shooting modes, and how you can take creative control of your photos.

It also teaches you which format to use, how to organize and manage your images, and how to get super shots of people, landscapes, action, and more.

  • This guide by leading photography instructor Julie Adair King provides a complete introduction to using the new Nikon 1 J1 and V1 models
  • Covers all the camera controls and how to use them, lenses, auto and video modes, and how to take control of exposure, color, and lighting
  • Explains how to get images from the camera to the computer, manage your photo files, and make basic edits
  • Full-color illustrations show the great effects you can achieve

Nikon 1 J1/V1 For Dummieshelps you get the most from Nikon's new mirrorless camera.

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About the author

Julie Adair King has been writing about digital cameras and photography for more than a decade. She is the author of several books on various Nikon and Canon cameras as well as Digital Photography For Dummies. She also teaches beginning photographers at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre.

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Publisher
John Wiley & Sons
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Published on
Apr 13, 2012
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Pages
320
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ISBN
9781118398692
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Language
English
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Genres
Photography / Techniques / Cinematography & Videography
Photography / Techniques / Digital
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