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How to Read Your Camera Manual

Your camera manual, it's not a novel, so don't try reading it cover to cover.

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Image Overlay: Combining Images Together In-Camera

Image Overlay lets you combine multiple images together in-camera

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Understanding Focal Length

Focal length, usually represented in millimeters (mm), is the basic description of a…

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Second Time Around

Take a closer look at some of our classic lenses updated with the latest technology.

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Marketplace: A #1

Shooting with the COOLPIX A

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Exposure Bracketing: The Creative Insurance Policy

Get creative with your photography by using this age-old technique.

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Hands On

Lindsay Silverman discusses autofocusing when using teleconverters

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Flash Points: The Control of Light

Color temperature, rear sync, slow sync: Three key elements in flash photography.

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Prime Lenses

What is a prime lens? Well, it's a lens that isn't a zoom. A prime lens has a fixed focal length which means…

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Marketplace: D7100 HD-SLR

The Nikon D7100 is a top-of-the-line performer

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Macro Photography Tips: Photographing Insects and Other Small Creatures

A few quick tips on macro photography

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Bokeh for Beginners

Have your subjects stand apart from the background with this easy technique

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The Versatile Appeal of the D600

See what makes the D600 an appealing camera

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How to Read Your NIKKOR Lens Barrel

Understanding what all of those markings and designations on your lens really mean.

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Camera Support Tips for Shooting Steady Video

Five tips for steadying the camera when shooting video

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Professional Video Camera Equipment for Your HDSLR

Using third-party rigs, rail systems and other accessories

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Dedicated Time Release Movie Mode and Time Lapse Using the Built-in Interval Timer

Deciding which technique to use with…

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Moviemaking 101 – 6 Tips On How To Make A Video

Six helpful tips when making movies your camera

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CX Format Image Sensor

Nikon 1 digital cameras utilize the Nikon CX-format super high speed AF CMOS imaging sensor.

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HDSLR Video Tutorial: Getting Started with Your D-Movie Camera

Getting started with HDSLR video

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Nikon 1 Advanced Camera with Interchangeable Lens System

Revolutionary camera system designed for today’s picture taker.

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Wired and Wireless File Transfer

Wired or wireless options lets you transfer image files from the camera to computer when…

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D-Movie Mode

Nikon advances D-Movie functionality with groundbreaking technologies.

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Using an HDMI Recorder and External Monitor with Your HDSLR

Options for viewing and recording when shooting video

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What Your Favorite Films Can Teach You About Making Films

Steve Heiner creates a short D-movie based on blockbusters that…

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Live View Shooting Modes

Live View Shooting Mode enables you to view and compose the shot without looking through the…

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Converting Motion Snapshots for Viewing on a Computer

Simple how-to guide to converting Motion Snapshot files on a Mac or…

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Online Exclusive: Slow Motion

Add variety to your videos with slow motion footage

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Just Say Mo. Slow-Mo that is.

Steve Heiner shoots slow-motion video

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The Sum of the Parts

Making Movies with the D5000

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Remotely taking photographs

Flexible wired & wireless remote shooting options expand your photo taking capabilities

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Using Your Nikon Camera's Built-in Wi-Fi

Step-by-step set-up guide to using the built-in Wi-Fi feature of Nikon cameras

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How to Use Aperture and ND Filters to Control the Depth-of-Field in Movies

Depth-of-field for video

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Nikon HD-SLR Video Tips

Video series of tips on shooting video with your HD-SLR camera

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How to Record Audio: Tutorial on Audio Basics

Recording audio for HDSLR video

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The Importance of Quality Audio Capture

Simple tips for photographers shooting HD video with Nikon D-SLRs.

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Getting Started: How to Hold Your D-SLR Camera

Getting sharper, more in-focus pictures can be as simple as learning how…

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Polarizing Filters Add POW to Pictures

An Easy to Use Accessory, Polarizing Filters Bring out the Color and Definition in…

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Easy Panorama Mode

The Easy Panorama Mode combines multiple shots into a seamless 180- or 360-degree panoramic picture.

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3D Mode

Capture images in 3D for viewing on 3D compatible HDTVs and computers.

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GPS

Embed GPS data in your images and track where you've been.

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Canyon Country Shooting

Tips for taking great photos of the Southwestern United States

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Vari-angle LCD

An LCD monitor that folds out from the camera body, making it easier for the user to compose, record and…

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Caring for your Nikon 1 AW1 Waterproof Camera

Care and maintence for the Nikon 1 AW1

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Getting Started: How to Change a D-SLR Lens

Learn the steps to changing your camera's lens.

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Scene Auto Selector

A COOLPIX feature that recognizes the type of scene or setting and automatically selects the…

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Reaction Time

John Solano says that for him, photographing weddings is a lot like photographing sports.

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1 NIKKOR Technology: Retractable Lens Barrel

Retractable lens barrel technology offers ultra-compact lens design.

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Shooting with Remote Cameras

Andrew Hancock discusses the art of shooting sports with remote cameras

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Assignment: Double Play

Dixie Dixon and Deborah Sandidge take on the Nikon 1 cameras

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In-Camera HDR

When shooting with the In-Camera HDR (High Dynamic Range) mode, the camera automatically combines two…

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Shooting Wirelessly with Nikon Digital Cameras and Wi-Fi Adapters

Enjoy wireless transfer of images with Wi-Fi compatible…

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Exposure Compensation When Using i-TTL Gets Easier with the D4/D4s

Exposure compensation and flash compensation can be…

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The DX and FX Formats

Understand the differences between the formats to determine which is the one for you.

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How to Film Using Autofocus, Rack Focus and Manual Focus Techniques

Focusing tips for HDSLR video shooting

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Online Exclusive: Time Lapse Photography Adds Interest to your D-Movies

Speed up time with interval shooting.

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Built-in World Maps

Track where you've been shooting; locate Points of Interest.

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Understanding ISO Sensitivity

Photography is built on the three pillars of exposure: shutter speed, aperture and…

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Video Tutorial Series: Getting Started with your Nikon D3300 D-SLR

Series of six videos to help you set-up and shoot and…

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Setting up the COOLPIX S800c

The COOLPIX S800c offers wireless connectivity, learn how to set it up easily

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Making Great COOLPIX Videos of a Child's Birthday Party

Tips & Tricks from photographer Ann Cutting

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Nikon Resources to Find the Photography Information You Need

Here are some tips to help you find the information you…

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Taking Great Portraits with COOLPIX Cameras

See how COOLPIX technologies let you take great portraits

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DX NIKKOR Lenses

Nikon Digital SLRs FX and DX sensors

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HD-SLR Video 2-Day Workshop

D-SLR photographers interested in multimedia and videographers transitioning to HD-SLR.

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Pet Mode

Nikon's new Pet mode lets you capture the expressions and actions of your pet cat or dog automatically.

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Basic Underwater Photography Tips

5 tips to taking better photos under the sea

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Speedlight Tutorial: Bounce Technique

David Tejada uses Speedlights wirelessly for pleasing portrait illumination

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How to Take Pictures of Water Using Long Exposures

Getting that "silky" look when photographing moving water isn't…

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Understanding Auto ISO

Auto ISO can simplify shooting under changing lighting conditions

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Photograph Family and Friends During the Holidays

The holidays are prime picture-taking time. Get some great tips on…

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Nikon Electronic Format (NEF)

Nikon's RAW file format contains all the image information captured by the camera's sensor.

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