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    Nikon D3300 - Best Book

    You are absolutely correct and I thought I was in the Nikon thread. Oh, well! Thanks for letting me know. I will be more careful next time. J. Ross
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    Nikon D3300

    I just finished reading the manual for the D3300. I generally like to read the entire manual before I begin experimenting. One thing that was recommended was to lock the lens in place when putting it away. I am wondering whether this is "necessary" or "best practice" since I generally pack my...
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    Nikon D3300 - Best Book

    Yes, I have read the manual from cover to cover and I am familiar with SLRs so this wasn't that much of a transition. What I am looking for is a book to guide me in instances when it might be better to "dot this" rather than "do that." Thanks for responding!
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    Nikon D3300 - Best Book

    I am a bit late to the game, but couldn't resist the cost/benefit ratio of the Nikon D3300 currently available so I bought one. I understand all the basics, ISO, A, P, S and M and I have used them on my Canon bridge camera. I have shot in RAW mode and would like to continue to do so as I use...
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    Nikon D3300 RAW + JPEG

    And so it is; Sorry! I worked my way through most of those settings, but didn't see it there. Thanks for the (hint) answer! - J. Ross
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    Nikon D3300 RAW + JPEG

    Thank you for your timely response. I just received my Nikon D3300. Is there a way that you know of to find out what version of firmware the camera has? I suppose I will need to install a couple of upgrades, but I am not sure. Thanks again for your time and consideration. Regards, Jeff Ross
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    Nikon D3300 RAW + JPEG

    With the price of the D3300 so competitive, I am thinking about purchasing one with the kit lens. I generally shoot in RAW, but I have read so many good things about the D3300's JPEG mode, that I would like to try RAW + JPEG. My question is: Other than perhaps taking more time to write to the...
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