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June 10, 2006

Nikon D200 Autofocus and Composition Tricks

If you are mystified by the large variety of autofocus options available with your Nikon D200, or have been searching for a simple set of composition basics, we have the answers in our Nikonians Resources Library provided by our own Digital Darrell and Tom Boné.

After his successful article on the Multi Cam 2000 AF Module, found on the D2X, D2H, D2Hs and F6 cameras, Digital Darrell has done it again, providing us a new Nikon article with a simple but detailed explanation of how the Multi Cam 1000 AF Module on the Nikon D200 works, and how to make use of its custom settings for greater photos with his article: "Understanding Nikon D200 Multi Cam 1000 AF Module"

Tom Boné compresses decades of professional photography into five easy tricks, offering us an amenable illustrated Nikonians guide.
His advice is simple: The key to success will be to use at least three of the tricks with every picture you take to make a giant leap forward in your photography skills.

Posted by flashdeadline at June 10, 2006 5:29 PM