Sony Dslr-A300 Dslr-A350

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2008 - Photography - 224 pages
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Meet the A300 and A350—the two newest cameras in Sony’s beginner-friendly “A” series. They’re alike except for sensor resolution (the 350 has the highest available in any consumer model), and are perfect for anyone ready to move up from point-and-shoot cameras. That’s because they actually allow photographers to view the scene in front of them on the LCD monitor prior to shooting. Owners will look to this guide to find out how to use the Live Preview with AF and exposure control; adjustable variable angle LCD monitor that flips out and twists; and Super SteadyShot(R) image stabilization that vastly reduces blur.
 

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Contents

Understanding Digital Photography
11
Specifications
25
Playback Options
43
The CCD Imaging Sensor
46
Digital Recording and InCamera Processing
53
White Balance
64
Creative Styles
73
DRange Optimizer DRO
79
Drive Modes
114
Scene Selection Modes
126
Metering Method
132
Autoexposure Lock AEL
137
The Builtin Flash
151
Other Flash Options
166
Understanding the Fine Points of Lenses
182
Other Lens Accessories
188

The Menus
85
Playback Menus
93
Setup Menus
97
Camera and Shooting Operations
105
Working with Images
195
Browser and ImageEditing Software
201
Troubleshooting Guide
207
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Peter K. Burian, a writer and stock photographer living near Toronto, Canada, has written more than 16 camera-specific guidebooks. He is the co-author of the best-selling National Geographic Photography Field Guide (with Robert Caputo) and sole author of Mastering Digital Photography and Imaging. Currently, he is a contributing editor with Canadian magazines Here's How, Photo Life, Photo Solution, and Marketnews, and he is known downunder as a contributing editor to Australian Photography magazine. He has contributed regularly to Outdoor Photographer and Shutterbug and was the editor of Shutterbug's Outdoor & Nature Photography.

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