Learn to use your D3300, quickly and competently, to create the types of images you want to capture. Aperture Priority (A), Shutter Priority (S), and Manual (M) ModesA – How and when to use them to create dramatic depth of field, freeze or express motion, or take total control over exposure settings. Exposure Metering Modes of the Nikon D3300A – How they differ, how and when to use them for correct exposures in every situation, and how to customize them for your needs. Histograms, Exposure Compensation, and White BalanceA – Understanding and using these features for adjusting to the proper exposure in challenging lighting situations, and setting custom white balance. The Image Taking ProcessA – Descriptive tutorials for using the settings and controls you just learned to take photos of both still and moving subjects. Photography AccessoriesA – The most useful accessories for day-to-day and travel photography including accessories specific to the D3300. CompositionA – Tips, techniques, and explanations, including the creative use of depth of field.
Introduction to Video SettingsA – Settings and explanations to get you started shooting HD video. This digital guide to the Nikon D3300 is a 234 page, illustrated e-book that goes beyond the official manual to explainA how, when, and whyA to use the features, settings, and controls of the D3300 to help you get out there shooting. Tilt-shift lenses provide the DSLR shooter with a limited amount of functionality of a view camera.
Before discussing tilt and shift movements it should be understood that a tilt shift lens produces a much larger image circle than conventional lenses. With a fixed lens mounted on a DSLR camera the lens plane, sensor plane and the plane of focus are all parallel to each other at all times.
Shifting the lens changes the lens's imaging circle in relation to the sensor and thus uses only a small crop from the image circle, from which portion of the image circle should the image be formed is determined by the direction of the shift.
Tilt shift lenses offer many advantages, like rendering straight lines straight in images, correct the geometric distortion in objects that are in the foreground when shooting with a wide angle lens, helps photograph a mirror without the camera being reflected in it etc. Although advantages far outweigh their disadvantages, tilt shift lenses do have their share of disadvantages. They are single focal length lenses and you will need individual lenses of different focal length if you need to cover many focal lengths. Tilt shift lenses are often much larger and heavier than their fixed counterparts of the same focal length and maximum aperture. Creative photographer, Web publisher, Diy fan, Avid traveler and a Nature Conservationist to the core.
Just as we mention an 8K Canon cinema camera or a 120 megapixel DSLR, the company has gone ahead and announced they've got both in development.
Though Canon has taken hits lately with some product announcements that seem like they're behind the curve, they've taken the last few days and weeks to show that they have plenty of tricks up their sleeve, and that they are putting lots of resources into sensor and camera development.
The Cinema EOS System 8K camera being developed will be equipped with a Canon Super 35 mm-equivalent CMOS sensor that makes possible high-resolution 8,192 x 4,320 pixel (approximately 35.39 million effective pixels) imaging performance even at a frame rate of 60 frames per second with 13 stops of dynamic range and a richly expressive wide color gamut. The lens on the camera above was actually a prototype 8K lens they showed off a little less than a year ago in Japan. This lens is also just a prototype like the cameras you're seeing above, but there is no question Canon will continue pushing the boundaries of what their lenses can resolve — from 4K to 8K and beyond. Featuring a resolution of approximately 120 effective megapixels, the SLR camera now being developed will incorporate a Canon-developed high-pixel-density CMOS sensor within the current EOS-series platform, which will realize compatibility with the Company’s diverse interchangeable EF lens lineup. The high-resolution images that the camera will be capable of producing will recreate the three-dimensional texture, feel and presence of subjects, making them appear as if they are really before one’s eyes. Incorporating Canon image-processing technology, the ultra-high-resolution 8K reference display currently under development will achieve high brightness, high contrast (high dynamic range) and a wide color gamut.
They haven't said when we can expect any of these products, but I would guess we are probably only a year or two out from seeing these cameras and monitors in person — though they may just be prototypes first. The biggest thing about an 8K camera as I've said before is that it gives you a more detailed 4K image, due to the way single sensor cameras only have 1 color per pixel, and therefore have to interpolate information to get a full-color image. Okay, so they announce a 8K camera, a camera that can see in the dark and a 120MP camera, which is nice and all, but what good is it to those that can't afford 30.000+ $ gear? Sweet so it only like 5 years (to never) away if it goes the way of other Canon prototypes. Great Canon will have it ready to ship by the time ARRI has their 12k and REDtheirs as well. I'm kinda wondering why no one like Arri or Red has developed a Technicolor digital cinema camera.
It would be expensive but, that wouldn't be a problem for the big studios, especially as a rental. This is how old-school ENG cameras work, but new sensor tech is making this type of camera obsolete.
The use of prisms and three sensors becomes optically impractical at such high resolutions.
Dantly Wyatt Musical Comedy & Content Creator. This reminds me of the DSLR resolution arms race except Canon is now obsessed with high ISO and resolution at the the expense of the color depth.
Maybe they need a really, really expensive camera in their line to fool us into thinking the C300 MkII is a bargain at 16 grand? Smart thinking :P Seriously, Canon makes good stuff, but they became as arrogant as possible the last years.

Over 75,000 readers in more than 75 countries are taking control of their cameras and improving their photography with Full Stop e book camera guides! Written in the clear, concise, and comprehensive manner of all Full Stop guides, Nikon D500 Experience will help you learn to use your D500 quickly and competently, to consistently create the types of images you desire. For Experienced Photographers coming to the D500 from previous Nikon models, this guide explains the new and advanced features in order to quickly get you up and running and taking advantage of these capabilities, including the advanced 153-point Autofocus System and all its AF Modes, AF-Area Modes, and Custom Settings, for capturing both still and moving subjects. The guide also introduces the HD and 4K UHD video features and settings, and guides you through all the Playback, Shooting, and Setup Menus, Custom Settings, and Movie Mode Menu settings of the D500 in order to help you best set up the camera and its controls for your specific shooting needs, and includes the helpful, comprehensive Nikon D500 Set-Up Guide Spreadsheet created by the author. Nikon D500 Experience not only covers the various settings, functions and controls of the Nikon D500, but most importantly it also explains when and why to use them for your photography.
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All You Need – This book, together with the manual that came with your camera, is all you need to start discovering the full potential of the camera. This manual is a clearly written, concise and useful explanation of the rationale for the seemingly infinite and often confusing settings options for the camera. Better Than the Manual – Douglas Klostermann has done a great job of not only producing a very accessible guide but he also offers very useful and sensible suggestions for getting the best results from the camera.
A Very Easy to Read but Detailed Guide – I have just bought this camera, and whilst I have been using digital SLRs for years i realize that I am not really getting the full potential out of all those buttons. The design of this dSLR, like most of the semi-professional cameras, consists of rubberized magnesium weather-sealed body, with a good hand grip, plenty of space for an accurate viewfinder and a pop-up powerful flash and lots of buttons at the back.
The colors, contrast and sharpness taken by Nikon D200 are great if you have some more advanced photography knowledge to manually adjust white balance, exposure, aperture and shutter speed. The fast speed of the camera and the 10 MP are the main reasons why a photographer would choose to buy the D200 instead of an older Nikon dSLR. Subscribe to receive one FREE ebook and even more Photography Tips and Tricks that will improve your photos.
If you FAIL to read this FREE GUIDE YOU have 92,5% chance of NEVER BEING ABLE to take better photos! This guide is written for those who wish to get more out of their camera, go beyond Auto, Program, and Scene modes in order to shoot competently in Aperture-Priority (A), Shutter-Priority (S), and Manual (M) Shooting Modes. The Nikon D3300 is an excellent image making tool, and this guide explains how to begin to use it to its full capability.A  It will help you begin to take control of your camera, the image taking process, and the photos you create. The guide focuses on still-photography with an introduction to the movie settings and menus to get you up and running with HD video. With a tilt shift lens mounted on a DSLR camera it could do all the movements that the front standard of a view camera could do although the rear standard (image sensor) remains fixed. Tilt movements allow the photographer to tilt the plane of focus such that it is no longer perpendicular to the lens axis, thus creating a wedge shaped depth of field.
First it was their ME20F-SH full-frame camera that can basically see in the dark, and then it was yesterday's 250 Megapixel sensor. Additionally, featuring a body size that realizes outstanding mobility and a design that delivers high levels of operability, along with an EF mount that offers compatibility with Canon’s extensive interchangeable EF lens lineup, the camera will support diverse shooting styles and means of visual expression.
With the DSLR they are working on below, you're going to need some incredibly sharp lenses stopped down to get the most out of them. The camera will facilitate a level of resolution that is more than sufficient for enlarged poster-sized printout while also enabling images to be cropped and trimmed without sacrificing image resolution and clarity. Additionally, with a pixel density exceeding 300 pixels per inch, a level approaching the limit of human visibility, the display will make possible ultra-realistic imaging that enables the reproduction of subtle changes in light that were previously not possible. This is one of the reasons Sony has oversampled significantly with their highest-end cinema cameras. Canon's current course of focusing on the very top of the market while Nikon continues to improve mid level offerings will result in a number of loyal Canon customers jumping ship. And Sony even though they are pushing their 4K cinealta lineup right now, rest assured that the folks in Japan are working for at least a 8K camera with 14 stops or more of dynamic range. There's a BIG need for everything Sony and Arri are doing at the moment, especially in the mid range.
Not to mention, placing the sensors at optimal distances to accommodate the 3 different wavelengths of light.
From a color perspective there is no real advantage going this route, and the camera would be very big and bulky to operate. Once they had their succes with the 5DMKII they thought money would keep pooring in automatically. Most importantly, it explains not only how but also when and why to use the camera’s advanced features, settings, and controls in your photography. It covers standard dSLR camera functions and exposure concepts for those learning digital SLR photography, and explains more advanced camera controls and operations for experienced enthusiasts. It also covers back-button focusing and trap focus techniques with the D500, the new Group-Area AF mode, and newly added subject-tracking parameters.
The guide focuses on still-photography with an introduction to the movie functions, settings, and menus to get you up and running with HD and 4K UHD video.
Set up and customize the advanced features of your dSLR to work best for the way you photograph.

Learn the AF Modes, AF Area Modes, and AF Custom Settings including the subject-tracking options, how they differ, how and when to take advantage of them to capture both still and moving subjects. Or on an Android tablet (Galaxy, Xoom, Playbook, etc.) using an ePub reader app such as the free OverDrive Media Console.
A manual that was exciting, clear to follow, had examples and was used by a professional who gave just the right amount of technical info with explanations of why you use those settings, when to use those settings and so on, all properly explained. I have learned so much about this dSLR and continue to learn more each time I review various sections. Readers of this e-book can expect to benefit from a more rewarding photographic experience using this superb camera, and be better able to exploit its potential to match their personal objectives and photographic style. Used in conjunction with the Nikon manual I feel more confident in understanding how to at last proceed in getting better photographs. There is no comparison to the book Nikon includes with the camera, this book outshines it completely. Manuals are nice, but this eBook highlights the important information and gives a quick, easy to understand explanation of most all of the functions and controls. Not only are the explanations behind the individual settings enlightening but the general theory on auto-focus and its associated uses is among some of the easiest to understand that I’ve come across.
Not only did I find Doug Klostermann’s guide well written and informative, but I really enjoyed the manner in which he shared his image-making philosophy. Like all cameras in this range, people pictures will result with no red eye due to the pop-up flash. Compared to the 6 MP D100, it has a better metering and focusing system, Kevin Temperature white balance, on-camera adjustment of saturation, larger LCD, GPS and Wireless functions, improved USB connectivity. It explains how and when to use the various metering modes and exposure compensation for correct exposure of every image, how to take advantage of other features of the D3300 such as the in-cameraA Special Effects Shooting Modes, and introduces the HD video capabilities. But one thing worth mentioning is that  even when unshifted, a tilt shift lens will produce better image quality at the edges of the frame when compared to fixed lenses. It's even possible Canon may develop a whole new line just as Zeiss has for higher resolutions.
Furthermore, when used in combination with the Cinema EOS System 8K camera, the display will be capable of conveying truly impressive levels of visual expression. Plus it explains the camera controls and how to customize them for your shooting needs, new features such as Highlight-Weighted Metering Mode, and the HDR, Multiple Exposure, and Time-Lapse Shooting features. He’s outlined every detail, option, feature, and use of this camera possible, and actually surpasses the expectations of use of the camera. The Custom Settings sections helps to make firm decisions on how to apply settings by understanding the usage of each in addition to knowing how to set them up. This is much more than a camera guide and I really appreciate the links to other authors found throughout the text as well as the chapter on suggested photography accessories.
Still, once I started working with the camera I concluded that there was a good deal that was still to be learned. Battery life is only a few hundred shots on a charge (Nikon claims 1,800 shots – probably without the LCD). Because of using a combination of my photographic knowledge, with those of internet marketing, I like to call myself a "photomarketer".
Many optical tricks performed by the tilt shift lens could not be faked in post production and so they are indispensable for some advanced work mainly in architecture, landscape and product photography. In effect tilting the lens does not increase depth of field instead it allows the photographer to modify it to suit the subject being photographed. This is similar to the effect of using lenses designed for full frame cameras on crop sensor bodies. Either way, more resolution won't necessarily just be about projecting that resolution, but about scaling down or cropping for 4K projection and TVs.
If the price is relatively high then they automatically put themselves up against Arri, Red, and the high end Sony products for comparison.
I find myself referring back to this book quite often and find it very easy to find what I need and even easier to understand. I moved from an old SLR to a modern full frame digital SLR, and found it to be more than I expected.
As a result of his thoroughness, my confidence in being able to use a new piece of equipment soared.
This book provided me with the information required, and has proven to be a very valuable resource: well set out, a comprehensive Table of Contents, and well written.
Compared to D2X it is a lot smaller and lightweight, but lower resolution, less frame coverage of the viewfinder, and a few more less noticeable lacks.
Most companies try to find a niche to fit in but Canon seems to either have a challenging time finding theirs or just don't GAF about it.
Additionally, the time required to figure out the differences between my previous camera and my new purchase was reduced sharply. These defects are generally more pronounced at the edges of the lens and by not using the corners of the lens all the problems areas are simply cropped out.

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