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D3300 Overview Training Tutorial

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A free one-hour video tutorial on the Nikon D3300 and Nikon D3200 cameras. Get tutorials for other cameras at http://sdp.io/tutorial TABLE OF CONTENTS …


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  1. In ol days we didn't have all these tits hanging out of cameras. Not knowing your camera and your lens ment you could not take a picture. The only way to check picture quality was to take out a film and put it on to paper, and that was a looonnn proces. Right now you can shoot and check , shoot and check.. And all your cameras have their tits you can touch all the time.. Ol school cameras had nails sticking out of em!

  2. #Tony after selecting first link for Sigma 18-35 f/1.8 on Amazon I was redirected to the lens for Canon. You have to scroll down to find version dedicated for Nikon. I'm not sure if this was the idea and I believe it might misled some of the people. You have to scroll down to find Nikon reference. Ps. great movie. I have just purchased your book and I'm going in details through the chapters. This is my first comment but I'm looking forward to study next movies.

  3. Tony , I have a nikon 55-300mm which is absolutely disappointing in terms of sharpness(6mp DxoMark). What do you recommend as an alternative mid-range zoom lens ? Thanks !

  4. I've had this camera for 2 years now and I finally feel like I know how to use it after watching this. Thank you for your time and energy in your videos. You are a great teacher and I will be buying your books now.

  5. Hi Tony, A friend of mine gave me his Nikon D3200 with an 18-55 kit lens. I was wondering how to use all the features and this video was an absolute must have. Wish I could package it up and take it around with me. I do have the Nikon manual that came with the camera but confusing is an understatement. You made it clear and to the point. Kudos.

  6. Thanks for this excellent tutorial Tony, I've had my D3300 for a while, but I've learned much better ways of using it from your video. Back button focusing is new to me, but I'm finding it very useful rather than just trusting the camera to choose what it thinks should be in focus.

  7. Good video but I'm surprised about your metering mode comment. I find matrix metering nearly always under exposes an image if shot outdoors (because it will compensate for the bright sky rather than the subject) and I nearly always get better results with centre-weighted, which is now my default mode. This saves having to use exposure compensation so much.

  8. Just bought a used 3300. This was helpful. THANKS! Also, I've discovered your other videos. Really cool, really interesting. I watch what you and Chelsea do just because you two are so interesting – lol even on stuff I'm not fundamentally interested in. The video on color science was brilliant. It was a great case of defining human nature and actually helped me in doing market research for my employer (Ford Motor Co). The brand loyalty stuff and mindset issues helped me change our styling research questions. BRAVO!

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