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288 pages

Nikon D3100 Digital Field Guide

Creator: Wiley, Thomas | Photography - 2010-11-11

Obviously, the more a tripod costs, the more features and stability it's likely to have. Features. There are dozens of different features available in any given tripod. Some tripods have a quickrelease plate, some have a ball head, some are small, ...

Publisher: Wiley

About this book
A 14.2 megapixel camera with full 1080p video capabilities, the Nikon D3100 camera is both powerful and yet, accessible to first-time dSLR users. The "Nikon D3100 Digital Field Guide" will teach you how to get the most out of the advanced dSLR features of the Nikon D3100 as well as improve your basic photography skills.Chapter 1: Exploring the Nikon D3100. - This chapter covers the key components of the Nikon D3100 including basic layout, dials, switches, buttons, and navigation of the viewfinder screen.Chapter 2: Nikon D3100 Essentials. - Learn the various modes for exposures, auto focus, white balance, and picture controls.Chapter 3: Exploring the Nikon D3100 Menus. - Learn to use the playback, shooting, setup and retouch menus to get the most out of the Nikon D3100's photographic potential.Chapter 4: Essential Photography Concepts. - Understand the basics of exposure, depth of field, and composition on your Nikon D3100 to take your photography to the next level.Chapter 5: Selecting and Using Lenses. - Learn lens basics and which lens to use to get the exact type of photos that you want.Chapter 6: Working With Light. - Create natural and beautiful photographs with your D3100 and this chapter's tips on soft light, hard light, natural light, and the use of flash to get the best possible photos.Chapter 7: Working With Live View and Video. - Learn the various video modes of the Nikon D3100 camera, and find tips and tricks for getting the best video possible with your dSLR.Chapter 8: Real World Applications. - Get professional pointers for capturing still-life, action, and abstract photos, as well as landscapes, sports, and architectural subjects with your Nikon D3100.Chapter 9: Viewing and In-Camera Editing. - Learn to view, download, and re-touch images with the Nikon D3100's easy to use editing interface.Appendix A: Accessories. - This Appendix brings together information about remote controls, tripods, monopods, and other accessories that will help you get the most out of your Nikon D3100.Appendix B: How to Use the Grey Card and Color Checker. - Learn how to produce photos with accurate white balance and color with these free-inside-the-book tools.This go-anywhere, full-color guide includes a free grey/color checker card to help you achieve accurate white balance and color in any situation. With the "Nikon D3100 Digital Field Guide, " you will gain a thorough understanding not only of the Nikon D3100, but also the basic fundamentals of capturing the best possible photos.


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304 pages

Looking Closer 3, Classic Writings on Graphic Design

Creator: Michael Bierut | 1999-08-01

Gitzo makes the world's best tripods in a huge variety of sizes. I have two, a lightweight Tota-Luxe model and a taller Studex model. I use Gitzo's sturdy, easy- leveling #2 ballhead. A tripod should extend to your eye-level to minimize fatigue ...

Publisher: Allworth Pr

About this book
Rare and difficult-to-find essays provide fascinating reading in this third anthology in the Looking Closer series, a matchless resource tracing the continuum of critical thought from graphic designıs earliest days as a viable art and craft. Looking Closer 3 brings back into discourse more than thirty seminal essays by such distinguished figures as William Morris, Aldous Huxley, Alvin Lustig, and Paul Rand, reviving ideas of form and content as well as arguments over manner and style that have been lost for decades. For professionals, teachers, and students alike, this pivotal collection is an invaluable compliment to any design library. Michael Bierut is a partner of Pentagram, the international design consultancy. He lives in New York. Jessica Helfand is a partner of William Drenttel/ Jessica Helfand, a multimedia and print media company. She lives in Falls Village, CT. Steven Heller is a senior art director at The New York Times, editor of the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, and the author or editor of more than seventy books on graphic design. Rick Poynor is the founding editor of Eye magazine and the author of six books on graphic design. He lives in Twickenham, England.


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  • Yanyee International, Inc.

    CowboyStudio Pro Camera Tripod Ball Head Quick Release Plate With Gradienter BK-03

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    Rating (17 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Yanyee International, Inc.

    Great deal for good support

    0 5/5 Bobby Dunn "The Cyclops" (SE KY) - See all my reviews, June 10, 2014

    Awesome, in case you didn't hear it the first time AWESOME!

    0 5/5 croe 626 - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: CowboyStudio Pro Camera Tripod Ball Head Quick Release Plate With Gradienter BK-03 (Electronics) Looked at several major specialty retailers in my area and could not find anything at the price point which compares. This is a SOLID unit and is constructed as well as ones costing 10x as much. No complaints thus far. Using it on a 70D with 70-300 mm lens and no issues. Shipping was fast (2 days to LA). 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 23, 2014

    Good build quality...

    0 4/5 twelveone - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: CowboyStudio Pro Camera Tripod Ball Head Quick Release Plate With Gradienter BK-03 (Electronics) I bought this to go along with my StudioFX 32" camera slider. It works great. A good compliment, to the other piece. I even used it vertically to get jib like shots with my slider. This isn't a knock on the item itself, cause it works great; but I wish I got a ball head with a handle so I can do more dynamic shots. It would also have been easier to adjust.This would have been a 5 star review, but I had a problem with how the quick release plate and shoe was designed. You can slide it off the shoe mount in either direction. Which sounds convenient until you lock in your expensive camera and realize "Wow, if this isn't super tight this thing can come flying off". As oppose to have a quick release plate that can only be removed in one direction. You have the illusion at least, that it's more secure because there are less directions it can move.That's the one thing that bothered me about this. It's well built and feels really sturdy. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 19, 2014
    List Price: $26.00
    Loading Capacity: 8KG
    Quick Release: Yes
    Weight: 14.3 oz (406 g)
    Height: 3.7" (98 mm)
    Base Diameter: 55mm


  • Dolica

    Dolica AX620B100 62-Inch Proline Tripod and Ball Head

    Photography (Dolica)
    List Price: $65.99
    Price: $49.99
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    Ballhead, quick release plate and bubble level
    Support up to 13.2 lbs
    62" Aluminum Proline Tripod
    Quick release leg locks and non-slip rubber feet


  • AmazonBasics

    AmazonBasics 62-Inch Aluminum Ball Head Tripod

    Photography (AmazonBasics)

    Rating (81 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    AmazonBasics

    A fairly rugged, lightweight and adaptable tripod, that works great with small to medium-sized cameras

    Amazon basics has been developing a fairly solid lineup of fairly inexpensive basic equipment for photographers and videographers over the past few years. This tripod is one of their latest products and I have to say I am fairly impressed. It's not top-of-the-line and it doesn't compete with Manfrotto but it isn't meant to. It's meant to be a reliable piece of equipment, that's not cheap like the entry-level gear you find in the camera department of the big retail giants, but that's nevertheless affordable.This one is designed exclusively for photographers - you could shoot video on it, but only if you aren't planning to move the camera, as there's no pan/tilt handle to assist with smooth movements. It is, however, very adjustable so that you can put the camera in exactly the position you like.There is a quick release plate, so that you can quickly unmount the camera or move it between mounts - although it seems to be proprietary, so likely you can only move it... 4/5 Nathan Andersen "Gadget lover and author of S... (Florida) - See all my reviews, October 11, 2013

    Excellent, well-designed product, especially in the price range

    I'm not a professional photographer, but I do a fair amount of photography with cameras. And this product is not designed for professionals, but it's an excellent choice for amateurs.It's clear that this tripod is designed by someone who gave thought to what would be helpful for taking pictures with a camera. That might sound obvious to some, but I have bought products that seemed designed by someone who never used that item, and did not understand what would be worthwhile. So, this tripod has:* Convenient carrying case (22" x 4") designed to hold exactly this tripod. Case has over-shoulder carrying strap, padding, moisture barrier and zippered compartment for the manual and included allen wrenches (apparently these remove the legs, but it is unclear why you would need to do that)* Legs that both swing and telescope, allowing quick setup and then quick release buttons to collapse to compact size that fits in the case.* Bubble Level,... 5/5 Kenneth Stuart (Central California Coast) - See all my reviews, October 9, 2013

    Loved/hated it.

    Let me start by saying I was extremely surprised at how good this tripod was when I got it. It's easy to use, has some great features and cosmetically looks great. The ball head was probably my favourite feature. It's a light weight small tripod, that's great for traveling and carrying around when exploring. And It comes with a padded shoulder strap bag that's great.Here's what I didn't like.. The twist release knobs on the legs require too much work. If this tripod had snap release extenders it would have been the perfect compact tripod. The tripod, as well as the twist release knobs are plastic, so don't expect it to last you years. After the first week, one of the legs wouldn't tighten properly so I wasn't able to have all the legs the same length. Upon trying to screw it, to get the legs even again, the threading stripped, not allowing me to tighten the leg, then that leg came out of place, and I wasn't able to get it back in.This isn't a bad tripod, but... 3/5 Frankie - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: AmazonBasics 62-Inch Aluminum Ball Head Tripod (Electronics) Let me start by saying I was extremely surprised at how good this tripod was when I got it. It's easy to use, has some great features and cosmetically looks great. The ball head was probably my favourite feature. It's a light weight small tripod, that's great for traveling and carrying around when exploring. And It comes with a padded shoulder strap bag that's great.Here's what I didn't like.. The twist release knobs on the legs require too much work. If this tripod had snap release extenders it would have been the perfect compact tripod. The tripod, as well as the twist release knobs are plastic, so don't expect it to last you years. After the first week, one of the legs wouldn't tighten properly so I wasn't able to have all the legs the same length. Upon trying to screw it, to get the legs even again, the threading stripped, not allowing me to tighten the leg, then that leg came out of place, and I wasn't able to get it back in.This isn't a bad tripod, but... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 5, 2014
    List Price: $39.49
    Ball head, quick release plate and built in bubble level
    Aluminum tripod with 62-inch maximum operating height
    Includes carrying case
    Twist release knobs to extend and lock legs quickly
    Supports up to 8.8 lbs


  • XCSOURCE

    XCSOURCE® Pro All Metal Camera Tripod Ballhead with Quick Release Plate for Canon 5D mark II III 550d 50d 600d 1000d 1100d 650d 700d Nikon D7100 D7000 D5200 D5100 D3200 D3100 D3000 LF023

    Photography (XCSOURCE)
    List Price: $99.99

    It's simply professional and affordable
    42') Dimension: 85mm x 64mm x 94mm Net Weight: 413g Max
    The features independent adjustment knobs for precise locking, panning and tension controls, and each adjustment knob is intuitively positioned, positive to the touch and allows for exact camera positioning
    : )Specification: Ball Diameter: 36mm (1
    It's a brand New and High Quality Professional Tripod Ball Head Camera Ballhead, and it is made from black anodized aluminum and offer three operation knobs


  • Dolica

    Dolica GX600B200 Proline GX Series 60-Inch Aluminum Tripod and Ball Head Combo for DSLR

    Photography (Dolica)

    Rating (350 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Dolica

    Almost perfect

    I love this tripod, which replaces an aluminum Bogen that I've had for years. The tripod sets up quickly, and unlike the experience of another reviewer, mine is perfectly level when the legs are at full extension. There were no flaws, no loose screws, and this is an unbelievably versatile tripod compared to what I had before. I use this for travel and hiking. It is a little on the heavier side than some of the other aluminum tripods on the market, but it is rock solid. It is extremely stable even with the center column fully extended. I love the degree markings on the head, perfect for stitching panoramic shots. The feet have metal spikes, but also rubber feet that will screw down over the spikes for indoor work. The only reason I titled this review "almost perfect" is that if the tripod had a removable handle for rotating the ball hand, for panning for example, it would be perfect. I spent a LOT of time researching all the tripods available in the market now (12/1/2011) and I found... 5/5 Sceaga - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Dolica GX600B200 Proline GX Series 60-Inch Aluminum Tripod and Ball Head Combo for DSLR (Electronics) I love this tripod, which replaces an aluminum Bogen that I've had for years. The tripod sets up quickly, and unlike the experience of another reviewer, mine is perfectly level when the legs are at full extension. There were no flaws, no loose screws, and this is an unbelievably versatile tripod compared to what I had before. I use this for travel and hiking. It is a little on the heavier side than some of the other aluminum tripods on the market, but it is rock solid. It is extremely stable even with the center column fully extended. I love the degree markings on the head, perfect for stitching panoramic shots. The feet have metal spikes, but also rubber feet that will screw down over the spikes for indoor work. The only reason I titled this review "almost perfect" is that if the tripod had a removable handle for rotating the ball hand, for panning for example, it would be perfect. I spent a LOT of time researching all the tripods available in the market now (12/1/2011) and I found... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 1, 2011

    Pro Review: Works great for my photo work in the field without spending big bucks or causing embarrassment

    I don't always use a tripod, but when I do, I usually need it to take portraits for a family with small children who don't want to look at the camera. Being a one-man-crew, I try to pop out from behind the lens and make them smile/laugh and look at the camera... which is impossible without a tripod. In addition to the above, I occasionally do some urban photography, residential and landscapes - but not too often. I already have a studio tripod, and while incredibly stable, it also weighs about 20lb and folds down to about 36" long. So bearing that in mind, here's my must haves:1) Needs to be light enough for me to carry all over creation without too much trouble ~ 4lb2) Needs to be tall enough for me (6ft 5in) to operate comfortably3) Needs to be sturdy enough to hold a large DSLR and long lens ~ 15lb load4) Needs to fold down to a relatively short length ~ 25"5) Needs to be stable enough to do longer exposures (2-3 sec) in real world... 5/5 Paul Tucker (KC, MO USA) - See all my reviews, November 12, 2013

    GX600B200 demo and How To Create Short Center Column

    0 5/5 Brian Smith (Riverside, CA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Dolica GX600B200 Proline GX Series 60-Inch Aluminum Tripod and Ball Head Combo for DSLR (Electronics), April 3, 2012
    List Price: $79.99
    Price: $41.50
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    Reversible locking center column
    3-Position leg angle adjustment locks (for macro lens)
    Durable flip leg locks
    Rapid stability center column
    Integrated tripod bubble level


  • Fancier

    DMKFoto Heavy Duty Ball Head with Quick Release Plate

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    List Price: $39.99

    Smooth 360 degree movement
    Load capacity: 9 lbs
    Single lever control for quick action
    Professional ball head with quick release


  • Giotto

    Giottos MH1000-652 Large Ball Head with Tension Control and MH652 Quick Release

    Photography (Giotto)

    Rating (41 reviews):
    (4.8/5)
    Giotto

    A great all-purpose ballhead that won't cost an internal organ.

    The is a great addition to your tripod (as long as it can take ballheads) and camera equipment.If you're new to photography or you don't know what a ballhead is: A ballhead is an addition to your tripod that allows you to be able to move the camera around by turning knobs. It's called a ballhead because the main plate is mounted on a ball. The heads on the $30 stuff you buy at the grocery store tends to be a panhead, which allows you to pan up or down, left to right or back but won't allow you to position the camera at odd angles if required and usually they don't handle as much weight as ballheads do.Usually, the best of the best ballheads in the market cost $400 or more, which can be too much to invest on a ballhead for many, however,... 5/5 Diego Raigoza Nuñez (Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Giottos MH1000-652 Large Ball Head with Tension Control and MH652 Quick Release (Electronics) The Giottos MH1000-652 Large Ball Head with Tension Control and MH652 Quick Releaseis a great addition to your tripod (as long as it can take ballheads) and camera equipment.If you're new to photography or you don't know what a ballhead is: A ballhead is an addition to your tripod that allows you to be able to move the camera around by turning knobs. It's called a ballhead because the main plate is mounted on a ball. The heads on the $30 stuff you buy at the grocery store tends to be a panhead, which allows you to pan up or down, left to right or back but won't allow you to position the camera at odd angles if required and usually they don't handle as much weight as ballheads do.Usually, the best of the best ballheads in the market cost $400 or more, which can be too much to invest on a ballhead for many, however,... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 7, 2010

    A nice ball head at a reasonable price

    0 5/5 D. Kelly (Mesquite, TX USA) - See all my reviews, March 17, 2007

    The value option for ball hesads

    As primarily a nature and landscape photographer, I was looking for a ball head that would support my various lenses and perform well in the field. When reading what well known and proobably well paid photographers were using for their tripod head, I was shocked to learn how expensive they could be. The cost of one of the most popular heads could run as high as $400 or more. I looked at the giotto MH-1000 because it would fit my needs and not break the bank. I was surprised at how well it performed. It worked flawlessly, yet costing a fraction of what similar ball heads were selling for. It also came with an arca-swiss quick release plate which meant I could use accessories such as the kirk L-bracket which allowed for quicker and more stable withching between vertical and horizontal aspects. Now I also have more things to buy for my head because of the arca-swiss plate. I wholehearedly recommend this head as a value alternative to the kirks and arca-swiss products, You... 5/5 Marek Lakotko "Mark Lake" (Minneapolis) - See all my reviews, August 30, 2008
    List Price: $129.99
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    Base with 3/8-Inch socket with 1/4-Inch bushing
    Load capacity: 22 lbs
    1/4-Inch camera mount screw
    Height: 4.7-Inch
    Weight: 1.4 lbs


  • Ravelli

    Ravelli APGL4 New Professional 70" Tripod with Adjustable Pistol Grip Head and Heavy Duty Carry Bag

    Photography (Ravelli)

    Rating (679 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Ravelli

    WOW!

    I've got to say everything the other reviewers have said is true. This thing is awesome, especially for the money. I've broken this down into PRO's and CON's because there are a few nit picky negatives, but I say GET IT!PROS1. Pistol Ball grip - This thing is awesome. Easy to adjust and rock solid in any position. I'm doing a lot of portrait work and constantly changing from landscape to portrait. Position changes are instantanious.Grip is easy to work.2. All Aluminum construction - That pretty much says it. Everything is either cast or extruded aluminum. And not the cheap stuff either.3. Adjustable positions - The main legs can be independantly set to any of three angles allowing for almost any configuration you could think of. The center shaft can easily be inverted for low shots.4. Carrying bag.- Unlike what another reviewer had said, you CAN put the tripod in the bag without removing the head as long as you tilt the head... 5/5 Johncal - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Ravelli APGL4 New Professional 70" Tripod with Adjustable Pistol Grip Head and Heavy Duty Carry Bag (Camera) I've got to say everything the other reviewers have said is true. This thing is awesome, especially for the money. I've broken this down into PRO's and CON's because there are a few nit picky negatives, but I say GET IT!PROS1. Pistol Ball grip - This thing is awesome. Easy to adjust and rock solid in any position. I'm doing a lot of portrait work and constantly changing from landscape to portrait. Position changes are instantanious.Grip is easy to work.2. All Aluminum construction - That pretty much says it. Everything is either cast or extruded aluminum. And not the cheap stuff either.3. Adjustable positions - The main legs can be independantly set to any of three angles allowing for almost any configuration you could think of. The center shaft can easily be inverted for low shots.4. Carrying bag.- Unlike what another reviewer had said, you CAN put the tripod in the bag without removing the head as long as you tilt the head... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 4, 2010

    A whole lotta tripod for the money.

    I'm 6' 3" tall, and needed a tall, stable tripod. After reading positive reviews on Amazon, I decided to take a chance on the Ravelli APGL4.PROS:1) very sturdy and stable2) capable of extending tall enough for an NBA player to use3) well-designed panhead is quick to adjust, and holds position securely4) all metal construction5) adjustable tension leg locks hold legs securely6) two instant-release mounting plates7) very versatile8) reversible column9) 3 bubble levels on panhead10) includes Allen wrenches for adjustment11) low costCONS:1) not ready to use right out of the box - loose screws & other minorassembly glitches easily fixed with a screwdriver & Allen wrenches2) screws are made of a softer metal than they should be.3) a few screw heads were deformed by assembly at the factory4) funky smell from manufacturing5) somewhat heavy6) graphite... 4/5 R. Ballard "Radio DJ" (Iowa, USA) - See all my reviews, April 23, 2011

    Great Value

    I ordered this tripod and am truly impressed. This is a sturdy, well constructed tripod that performs beyond my expectations for this price. The pistol grips by themselves can cost more than this entire setup.Pros:1. Solid, the weight provides great stability and it feels like it can take a lot of abuse. Nothing about this screams 'cheap'.2. Pistol grip head is easy to use and locks solidly in place. When the trigger is released it doesn't budge the smallest amount even supporting my camera and heaviest lens. I'm not sure I could ever go back to a pan head tripod again.3. Extends to about 6 feet high. Collapses to about 2 feet when not in use.4. Comes with an extra quick release plate, adjustment wrenches, carrying case and a free mini tripod.Cons:1. This is a heavy tripod, I didn't weigh it but must be close to 10 pounds easily. Not ideal for taking on long treks hiking to photo spots.2. Could be considered bulkier... 5/5 JR - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Ravelli APGL4 New Professional 70" Tripod with Adjustable Pistol Grip Head and Heavy Duty Carry Bag (Camera) I ordered this tripod and am truly impressed. This is a sturdy, well constructed tripod that performs beyond my expectations for this price. The pistol grips by themselves can cost more than this entire setup.Pros:1. Solid, the weight provides great stability and it feels like it can take a lot of abuse. Nothing about this screams 'cheap'.2. Pistol grip head is easy to use and locks solidly in place. When the trigger is released it doesn't budge the smallest amount even supporting my camera and heaviest lens. I'm not sure I could ever go back to a pan head tripod again.3. Extends to about 6 feet high. Collapses to about 2 feet when not in use.4. Comes with an extra quick release plate, adjustment wrenches, carrying case and a free mini tripod.Cons:1. This is a heavy tripod, I didn't weigh it but must be close to 10 pounds easily. Not ideal for taking on long treks hiking to photo spots.2. Could be considered bulkier... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 16, 2010
    List Price: $399.99
    Invertible Quick Release center Column
    Pistol Grip Tilt Adjustment Head
    Rubber And Spiked Feet Included
    Quick Release Leg Locks
    Quick Release Camera plate


  • Giotto

    Professional Mini Ball Head Camera Mount

    Photography (Giotto)
    List Price: $15.99
    Price: $11.99
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    Weight: 50 g 1.76 ounces
    Load capacity: 2 kg 4.41 lbs
    Height: 51 mm 2.00 Inch
    Detachable platform with camera mounting thread 1/4"
    Base with interchangeable mounting thread 1/4" and 3/8"


  • Ravelli

    Ravelli APGL5 Professional 65" Ball Head Camera Video Photo Tripod with Quick Release Plate and Carry Bag

    Photography (Ravelli)

    Ball Head with Removable Plate for Camera
    Light Weight Aluminum Legs
    Total Tripod Weight is less than 4 LBS (3.5LBS)
    Height Adjustable Center Colum
    Heavy Duty Carry Bag


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