A Comprehensive Review of the Nikon Coolpix B700 Compact System Camera

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The Nikon B700 Coolpix Compact System Camera Review

Introduction

Available in Black or Red the Nikon Coolpix B700 is a bridge camera with a 20.3 The Nikon Coolpix B700 - Blackmegapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor. A Bridge Camera is basically a compact digital camera usually with a bigger optical zoom lens. In the B700’s case this is a 60x Digital Zoom. With a Bridge Camera unlike a DSLR this lens is not usually removable. Some of the advantages of the Nikon B700 consist of but are not limited to a varied range of shooting modes including Manual Mode which gives you complete control of your camera. It has the capability to shoot pictures in Raw and Video in 4k at 30fps. It also features

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The Best Camera Settings for You

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Finding The Best Digital Camera Settings For You

In today’s post I wanted to share with you what I hope will help you better understand what the best digital camera settings are, for you to use, to enable you to get some great photographs now and in the future. I know when I first got into photography I thought the letters on the settings wheel didn’t really apply to me – I used to use the preloaded settings which I think were for ‘sports,’ ‘night time,’ ‘close-ups’ and ‘landscapes’. It was only when I got my first semi-professional camera that those settings had been removed and I had a little bit of a panic attack… Continue reading The Best Camera Settings for You


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My Canon 5D MK 3 review – 9 Features to Have You Shooting Like a Pro in No Time

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My Favourite Canon Eos 5D MK 3 Features – Shooting like the Pros

Today I wanted to share with you my experience of the Canon 5D MK 3
I am quick to add that I didn’t start here on my photographic journey but rather with a lovely little canon 40d – which certainly served a purpose. I may do a small review on this for anyone that maybe interested – I then progressed from that to a 7d which was a rather exciting and terrifying experience rolled into one. Lots more features than the 40d but most beneficial to me was the ability to shoot in lower light situations without flash. At the time I was stepping into the realms of wedding photography so discretion was paramount when shooting in a church or registry office during that all important ceremony –

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