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Blue Crane Training DVD: Introduction to the Nikon D90, Volume 2: Advanced Topics

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About Blue Crane

Once you've mastered the basics of this dynamic camera (Volume 1), the Blue Crane Training DVD: Introduction to the Nikon D90, Volume 2: Advanced Topics will take you to the next level. With the help of a pro photographer who shows you what it's like to shoot in a real world sporting event, you'll become even more familiar with what the D90 can do. After watching him shoot the event, you'll get taken behind the scenes for a post-production session where you'll learn about digital and color workflow.

This video also takes you into the world of Nikon Speedlights where you'll get additional training in the use of Nikon strobes - on camera and remote. With all this training you'll see and experience the total power of the D90 and understand why its features allow you to concentrate on the subject rather than buttons and switches.

Blue Crane Specifications

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1 hour 47 minutes
NTSC, All Regions
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Reviewed by 2 customers


Great video.


Great compliment to Volume 1 - Helps get the most out of the many features of the Nikon D90.


Easy Interface B'twn Manual and Reality


Best Interface between the manual and the camera. Watching the video with the manual in hand makes the unintelligible easy to understand. The explanations are easy to understand and by reading the manual along with it, it assists in understanding the functions. The only thing that is not great is having to stop the video to read the manual...

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