Nikon D5100 / D5200 / D5300 / D5500 Fast Start
with John Greengo
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05 5. Menu System45:24
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Please note: video addendum segments have been added to the course page with updated information on the D5200, D5300, and D5500.
5. Menu System
Dive into the menu system on the Nikon® D5100 camera and find out what all of those icons do.45:24
Bonus: Nikon® D5200 Update12:52
Bouns: Nikon® D5300 Update05:23
Nikon® D5500 Addendum04:32
John Greengo is an award-winning photographer specializing in outdoor and travel photography. Shooting for over 3 decades, John has developed an unrivaled understanding of the industry, tools, techniques and art of photography. When he's not traveling for a new shoot, ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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I love this class i am a new photographer coming into this world and i hope to one day own my own business and i really think i am going to be very successful in my life and so far this class is great for new beginners he goes slow he doesn't go into to many details he makes it short and sweet and that's what i love about this class.
Harry Greenhalgh, Australia. I have had my D5100 for approx three years and with these courses I feel that I have a new camera. The idea of having the information explained on screen whilst you have the camera in your hand is fantastic. Cannot wait to try out what I hope I have learned. Explained in plain English for a change, WOW. Thank you.
I would recommend it to a complete novice. However, I did not get that much from it. While John is a great instructor he is not a Nikon owner or user. I am sure he knows how to the camera, but he is not into Nikon. He pretty much just went thru the manual. While he did mention how to use manual mode, he left some important concepts out of using manual mode. Namely that you need to adjust aperture, shutter speed and/or ISO until the meter reads something - he never really covered that. As I said, if this is your first real camera it would be a great course.
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