The Sony Alpha NEX-7
Carol F. Roullard, Brian Matsumoto
The Sony Alpha NEX-7
The Unofficial Quintessential Guide
304 pages | Soft Cover, 6 x 9 in.
Print and eBook Bundle: $44.95
Print Book: $34.95
The Sony Alpha NEX-7: The Unofficial Quintessential Guide provides a wealth of experience-based information and insights for this exciting new camera. Authors Carol F. Roullard and Brian Matsumoto team up to help the new user navigate past the confusion factor that often comes with complex and powerful camera equipment.
This book explores the features and capabilities of the camera in a way that far surpasses the user’s manual. It guides you through the camera features with step-by-step setting adjustments and detailed how, when, and why explanations for each option. Every button, dial, switch, and menu configuration setting is explored in a friendly manner, with suggestions and tips for setup according to various shooting styles. The informative text is illustrated with screenshots and example images throughout, making it easy to follow along.
The authors cover everything from the camera’s basic features to advanced photographic applications. The first section of the book teaches the new user to start taking pictures immediately by using the camera’s Intelligent Automatic mode. The second section covers how to begin taking more control by switching to the semi-automatic modes. Finally, you’ll learn to take full manual control of the camera, which will allow you to capture images that are a unique reflection of your creative personality.
Carol and Brian go beyond just the camera itself and share how third-party software and optional accessories can improve on the camera’s standard commands. You’ll even learn how the electronic viewfinder, the fixed mirror, and Sony’s novel shutter design improve the camera’s utility for critical scientific photography (i.e., photomicrography and photography through the telescope).
The Sony Alpha NEX-7: The Unofficial Quintessential Guide will allow you to really take control of your camera, to push the envelope, and to have fun.