Nikon, Part 70
Digital SLRs are the hottest cameras on the market, and Nikon’s interchangeable lens, D70, is one of the best, delivering superb image quality at an excellent price. Make the most of its many capabilities with this guide to all the fundamentals, plus information not even covered in the camera’s instruction manual. With the Magic Lantern at hand, photographers at all levels will find it extremely easy to master the exclusive selection of new features that distinguish this revolutionary model, and to work with digital technology. From handling the lenses to coordinating the camera with the computer, from taking a basic picture to understanding different file formats and resolution, it’s all here.
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Builtin Speedlight Flash
Point and Shoot Photography
D70 Shooting Operations in Detail
Image Resolution and Processing
No CF Card?
The Autofocus System
Menus and Custom Settings
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adjust AF-assist Lamp AF-S aperture Auto autofocus automatically battery bracket built-in Speedlight camera body color mode color temperature CompactFlash compression contrast Control Panel Custom Setting delete depth of field digital cameras digital photography digital SLR exposure compensation exposure mode exposure value filter flash exposure flash mode flash unit focal length focus area focus mode focusing folder format frame function G-type highlight Hint i-TTL image file image quality JPEG LCD Monitor lens aperture Lock longer shooting distance Main Command Dial Matrix metering memory card Microdrives Mode Dial Multi Selector Switch Nikkor Nikkor lenses Nikon Capture Nikon View Operation option photography PictBridge pixels Playback press and hold press the shutter reduce remote self-timer sensitivity sensor sharpening Shooting Menu shooting mode Shutter Release Button shutter speed Spot Metering sRGB Sync telephoto tones viewfinder Viewfinder Display white balance zoom