David Busch's Nikon D850 Guide to Digital SLR Photography is your all-in-one comprehensive resource and reference for the feature-packed Nikon D850 camera. Built around a ground-breaking 45.7 megapixel back-illuminated sensor, this pro/enthusiast model offers incredible image quality and high ISO performance, along with 4K movie shooting capabilities. With continuous shooting up to 9 fps with optional battery grip, the Nikon D850 is one of the most versatile cameras the company has ever offered. With this book in hand, you master all the camera’s impressive features, and fine tune your skills as you develop your creativity taking great photographs with your D850.
Filled with detailed how-to steps and full-color illustrations, David Busch's Nikon D850 Guide to Digital SLR Photography covers all the camera's capabilities in depth, from taking your first photos through advanced details of setup, exposure, lens selection, lighting, and more. It relates each feature to specific photographic techniques and situations. Also included is a handy visual guide to the D850, with close-up photos and descriptions of the camera's essential features and controls. Learn when to use each option and, more importantly, when not to use them, by following the author’s recommended settings for every menu entry. With best-selling photographer and mentor David Busch as your guide, you'll quickly have full creative mastery of your camera’s capabilities, whether you're shooting on the job, as an advanced enthusiast, or are just out for fun. Start building your knowledge and confidence, while bringing your vision to light with the Nikon D850 today.
Too Many Errors
Very disappointed with this book. I bought it to go with my new D850 to learn about the camera. During lens reviews there are numerous references to calculating the crop sensor equivalent zoom on an FX lens when used on this camera. Only problem is tha tthe D850 is NOT a crop sensor. Its a full frame camera. This can easily be seen othe Nikon web site and the owner manual that comes with the camera. This is pretty fundamental. I would expect an expert to know this. The only theory that I have to explain this is that the author had a previous book on a crop sensor camera that he did a global search and replace on to change the model number and republished it. Waste of time and money. I want my money back. Wish I could get the time back.