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Nikon D7000 Tips and Tricks

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 24 - 2021

Nikon D7000 - Tips and Tricks

Nikon D7000 - Tips and Tricks

This video will help you set up and understand the different settings in your Nikon D7000. I walk you through each step of the way while interjecting how I would set up the menu if I owned the camera. If you have a Nikon D90 this video will also help you set up your camera as the menu systems are very similar. This video helps new Nikon D7000 users get a better understanding of their camera’s controls and guides them through getting better photos. Read the rest of this entry »

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