Take great pictures with your Sony A100! All you need is this training DVD and about two hours, and you'll have the knowledge and the confidence to create the images you want. The topics are arranged in chapters, so you can move at your own pace, and return later to individual subjects.
Cut weeks or months off your learning curve. This DVD not only gets you up and running with confidence, it explains what the engineers had in mind when they designed the outside dials and controls. You'll come back to this video again and again.
Topics include: · Be Prepared (To Get the Shot) · Shutter Priority · Aperture Priority / Depth of Field · Depth of Field Preview · Dynamic Range · AF Modes and Drive Modes · Metering and Bracketing · White Balance/Color Temperature · ISO · Using Playback to get Great Images · Understanding Histograms · Exposure Compensation · Flash Overview · Lens Selection · Customizing your Camera · Tripods, Super Steady Shot · RAW Files · Composition · Sony Image Manipulation Software · And much more
The Sony A100 is a powerful piece of equipment. A solid understanding of its features and controls can really unleash its potential. Once you learn how the camera's components work together, you'll have all the tools you need to capture the best image under all conditions.
Your camera manual covers all the functions on your new digital camera. It's also over one hundred pages long.
When you are in the field, you need quick and accurate answers to achieve the best shot. We developed the inBrief line of camera guides so you can get the answers, and more importantly, the shot you want.
Each card is divided into eight color-coded panels. If you have a question about metering or bracketing, simply look at the yellow panel. Questions about custom functions are answered on the green panel. The layout and description for the control panel and view finder can be found on the blue panel. And a color-coded index on the front page immediately points you toward the answer you need.
The inBrief guide is laminated for long life and protection from the elements. As importantly, the panels are separated by thin strips of clear lamination, allowing the card to be folded easily and stored in your camera bag.
Your inBreif guide won't be a replacement for your manual, but it will remind you of what functions are available, and how you can get them to work for you.
Every inBrief includes a line drawing of your camera with the controls for shooting, displaying images, and general operation clearly labeled. It also has a panel that shows you, at a glance, the camera functions available for each mode dial setting, as well as a cross reference to flash sync modes.
So quit fumbling with the controls and take control of your camera and the images you want to capture. We'll give you the answers inBrief.