D7000 and r18 problem
digital ed wrote:
When you go through the manual and learn how the camera works, these kinds of "problems" won't be problems. One of the easiest ways is to just sit down in a quiet place and learn 1 or 2 things about the camera at a time.
Good comment. The D7000 manual is just too big for the mortal man (or woman) to digest in one sitting.
Really? I did. However, I had already owned a D80 and D300, but still - I find it hilarious when people say a CAMERA has a giant learning curve.
Or perhaps you're being sarcastic.
You are obviously far more intelligent and retain written information far better than I. I come from another manufacturer's DSLRs and have found taking a section of the manual at a time and fully understanding it beneficial to my long term understanding of the camera's setup and operation. Laugh away if you find it hilarious.
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