Nikon D5200 Training Tutorial Video
Ladies and Gentlemen, I am very proud to announce that my latest video, the Nikon D5200 Tutorial Training Video is now available for download. There were a lot of extra little features on this camera, so it goes up to a full 4 hours, I sure hope we can fit it all on the DVD.
The Nikon D5200 Crash Course is primarily aimed at beginning and intermediate photographers who have little to no experience with shooting and it’s goal is to get them shooting to a very advanced level, within just 2-3 viewings. The way I look at it is time is our most valuable resource and if I can save someone several months, and even years of pouring over a manual (which is very thin for the D5200) or learning through trial and error, then this is going to be a great investment.
The video covers every major function, button, the menu system, focusing systems, live view, metering white balance, live-view, video shooting and it even includes my introduction Digital Photography School, including composition lessons, digital basics and much, much more.
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