By David D. Busch

ISBN-10: 1435459407

ISBN-13: 9781435459403

ISBN-10: 1435459415

ISBN-13: 9781435459410

The Nikon D3100 is Nikon's new entry-level dSLR, appropriate for photographers new to electronic SLR images. It includes a 14.2 megapixel sensor, complete HDTV video, and ISO as much as 12,800. DAVID BUSCH'S NIKON D3100 consultant TO electronic SLR images indicates you the way, whilst, and why to exploit all of the cool beneficial properties, controls, and capabilities of the D3100 to take nice images of whatever. Introductory chapters can assist you get happy with the fundamentals of your digital camera earlier than you dive correct into exploring artistic how one can practice D3100 dossier codecs, answer, aperture/priority publicity, and automated publicity positive aspects. appealing, full-color photos illustrate the place the basic buttons and dials are, so you will quick the right way to use their D3100, and use it like a professional!

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Sports. Use this mode to freeze fast-moving subjects. The D3100 selects a fast shutter speed to stop action, and focuses continuously on the center focus point while you have the shutter release button pressed halfway. However, you can select one of the other two focus points to the left or right of the center by pressing the multi selector left/right buttons. The built-in electronic flash and focus assist illuminator lamp are disabled. ■ Close-up. This mode is helpful when you are shooting close-up pictures of a subject from about one foot away or less, such as flowers, bugs, and small items.

Close-up. This mode is helpful when you are shooting close-up pictures of a subject from about one foot away or less, such as flowers, bugs, and small items. The D3100 focuses on the closest subject in the center of the frame, but you can use the multi selector right and left buttons to focus on a different point. Use a tripod in this mode, as exposures may be long enough to cause blurring from camera movement. The built-in flash will pop up if needed. ■ Night Portrait. Choose this mode when you want to illuminate a subject in the foreground with flash (it will pop up automatically, if needed), but still allow the background to be exposed properly by the available light.

However, you may need to perform a few tasks during this initial setup process, and most of them will require the MENU button and the multi selector pad. The MENU button is easy to find: it’s located to the left of the LCD, the second button from the top. It requires almost no explanation; when you want to access a menu, press it. To exit most menus, press it again. The multi selector pad may remind you of the similar control found on many pointand-shoot cameras, and other digital SLRs. 3 The multi selector pad has four directional buttons for navigating up/ down/left/ right, and an OK button to confirm your selection.

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