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#1 JasonTO

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Posted 09 March 2021 - 10:34 AM

I pre-ordered these books a little while ago and am looking forward to when they're published and arrive:

 

David Busch's Nikon Z7 II/Z6 II Guide to Digital Photography (May 25, 2021). The e-book is already available from the publisher. I prefer paperbacks so I didn't go that route. 

 

Mastering the Nikon Z6 II / Z7 II by Darrell Young (September 21, 2021). The e-book isn't available for this one yet.
 
 
 
Last month, I bought: Nikon Z6 II/Z7 II Pocket Guide: Portable Reference for Nikon Mirrorless Digital Cameras by Makoto Honda. Although it is a nice quick reference guide for some of the features I'm not familiar with, my main complaint is that it isn't a pocket guide because it doesn't fit into any of my pockets and the actual dimensions are larger than even standard "pocket size" dimensions. It would've been more practical if it could fit in a pant or jacket pocket.

 

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Posted 09 March 2021 - 12:10 PM

Darryl's books, in my opinion, are the best. You only need one.


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Posted 09 March 2021 - 12:20 PM

I grabbed both because Busch's will be published in May and Darrell's in September. The body is really like learning an entire new OS.






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