Nikon D40X

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2007 - Photography - 288 pages
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Nikon’s smallest digital SLR--a sister camera to the D40 with even more megapixels and a few minor feature changes--combines a 10.2-megapixel CCD with a simple, intuitive operation designed so that everyone can successfully take great, high-resolution pictures. With this Magic Lantern Guide®, proud new owners of this wonderfully portable camera will be able to take full advantage of its cutting-edge digital technologies, including the great viewfinder that helps even beginners improve their composition, the large LCD monitor, wide viewing angle, invaluable built-in Help Menu, superb resolution power that assures good printing quality, and Nikon’s exclusive 3D Color Matrix Metering II system.
 

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Nikon D40X

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Contents

Introduction
13
Introducing the Nikon D40x
19
Sensor
25
The Viewfinder
31
White Balance
39
External Ports
45
Quick Start Guide
49
Using Your SD Memory Card
56
Using Non CPUType Lenses
144
Camera Menus
159
68
168
Shooting Menu
177
Custom Setting Menu
187
Playback Menu
200
The Creative Lighting System
206
External Speedlights
213

AUTO and Digital VariProgram Modes
64
Sports
72
D40x Shooting Operations in Detail
79
Secure Digital High Capacity SDHC Memory Cards
85
File Formats
87
Image Quality and Size
93
Optimizing Images
104
ISO Sensitivity
112
Autoexposure Lock
123
The Autofocus System
134
NonTTL Flash Modes
221
Nikon Lenses and Accessories
233
Features of Nikon Lenses
239
Working Digitally
247
Image Information
253
Direct Printing
259
Troubleshooting
269
Glossary
276
Index
285
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