The Nikon D3100 is the perfect introduction to DSLR cameras. For beginning photographers making the transition from a basic point-and-shoot, the D3100 is packed with easy-to-learn features, including the guide and scene modes. With a generous sensor size and 14.2 MP, your shots will be clear and crisp, even in low lighting or with moving objects. And with continuous shooting, the D3100 can capture up to four frames per second (photos) and 1080dpi 30 frames per second (film). If this is your first DSLR, itas easy to be overwhelmed by all the different menu settings and buttons. This guide will walk you through the steps of getting started, advanced photography techniques, and must-have accessories. The D3100 deserves to be used to its full potential, so we wonat spend a lot of time discussing auto functions. Instead, weall focus on the techniques you need to know in order to take full advantage of the DSLRas manual capabilities. Weall also cover basic tips for shooting with a DSLR, which will help add control and precision to your photography. If youare reading this, youave probably discovered that the User Manual that came with your camera is fairly brief, with some frustratingly incomplete explanations. The Reference Manual, however, is long and complex. Our guide bridges this gap. Weave organized information not only by camera commands, but also by shooting scenarios. How do I shoot in low light? How do I best manage action shots? What about using the flash? Youall find all the answers here, as well as explanations for all the buttons, controls, settings and menus you need to know a and none that you donat. Weall help you hit the ground running and get started taking great images (and recording video!), so you donat miss a moment.If this is your first DSLR, itas easy to be overwhelmed by all the different menu settings and buttons. This guide will walk you through the steps of getting started, advanced photography techniques, and must-have accessories.
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