Pentax ZX-7 and ZX-30

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Silver Pixel Press, Oct 1, 2002 - Photography - 160 pages
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No wonder these two Pentax models are so popular--they're among the lowest in price and easiest to use. Yet they have most of the same features as their higher-priced competitors. Just take this manual with you--it's snug enough to fit in your camera bag, and comes with a sturdy sewn binding. Easy-access sections explain how to operate all the cameras' features--exposure modes, focus modes, metering, and more. Special tips on shooting, focusing, and exposure are even more valuable as you purchase lenses, flash attachments, and other accessories such as battery packs, exposure meters, tripods, lens adapters, and filters. Get the most out of your Pentax camera with advice on shooting techniques for different effects.

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Mike Stensvold is executive editor of PHOTOgraphic Magazine. He has worked as a still photographer, assistant movie cameraman, and flight instructor (his first love is aerial photography).
PHOTOgraphic Magazine is a leading how-to consumer-oriented photography publication, dedicated to increasing readers knowledge, skill, and enjoyment of photography and digital imaging.

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