Word of Canons innovative, new EOS Digital Rebel EOS 300 D outside North America spread across the Internet and around the world like wildfire With this Magic Lantern Guide written by the editor of PC Photo magazine every customer can take complete advantage of the features in this hot, popularly priced model Users will find out all they need to know about the Digital Rebels 6 megapixel CMOS sensor to get good exposures in all kinds of lighting Theyll learn about its RAW and JPEG file formats, and how to download pictures into the computer From tips and techniques for using the cameras many automated features to information on Canons extensive line of lenses, this guide covers it all....
|Title||:||Magic Lantern Guides: Canon EOS Digital Rebel EOS 300 D (A Lark Photography Book)|
|Publisher||:||Lark Books 1st edition April 1, 2004|
|Number of Pages||:||207 pages|
|File Size||:||762 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Magic Lantern Guides: Canon EOS Digital Rebel EOS 300 D (A Lark Photography Book) Reviews
Far more accessibly presented than the actual product manual, but I was certainly left wanting more technical and procedural detail. You'll learn more and more easily than you would with the OEM manual alone: it also makes a good field guide because the index is direct and comprehensive, so it won't slow you down. The photos the author includes as creative examples are, for the most part, of little use and, more than occasionally, a bit weird.
Magic Lantern guides have been around at least three or four decades, and are always a very complete operation manual.
I bought this book because the manual that comes with the camera is a bit cryptic. I was disappointed because I wanted lots more technical data but I did learn a few things I didn't know. For instance it doesn't even mention micro drives when are a good inexpensive to get lots of storage space but then I did learn about a special mode to use with photo shop. It's too basic for me but I would guess it's too advanced for beginners. Perhaps it's great for folks who are just starting to stretch their digital picture taking from point and shoot
It is a very good book. However, it needed to present some exercises to be complete with more photos showing the same subject on different settings with the authors comments and advices.
Personally I think it's a great book. I learned some things that I didn't know before about my camera. With that in mind, it served me well.
This book is for any new user and it fully explains this camera.
Everything I didn't know to ask was clearly explained. The buttons, displays and knobs etc. were covered with the how and why.
This book was the biggest waste of money I have ever seen. It's not even as in-depth as the docutmentation and instruction material that comes with the camera. I have never been so disappointed in my life. It's a great guide if you just bought a stolen camera and don't have the original manuals.