Nikon has just posted a new web page dedicated to D4s Tips. Their tips include:
– Basic AF Settings for Sports Photography
– Recommended Settings by Event (Winter Sports)
– Soccer Shots: Autofocus
– The AF-S NIKKOR 400 mm f/2.8E FL ED VR
– AF Fine-Tuning
– Soccer Shots: White Balance
Here’s the link: Nikon NPS D4s Tips
Also, check out our setup guide for the Nikon D4s here: Nikon D4s Setup Guide
We’ve just posted the new Nikon D750 Setup Guide here: Nikon D750 Setup Guide.
After using the camera for a few days, I can honestly say that it is a winner. Truly, a great camera in almost every way. I’ll be writing more about it in the days and months to come.
Our Nikon camera setup guides are designed to help users setup their cameras for different shooting scenarios such as sports, action, landscapes, travel, portraits, weddings, and point & shoot. You can download a PDF for free, or order a laminated version for $6.50. These guides have been used by thousands of photographers across the world to help make sense of their camera systems.
Ever wonder how to setup your camera’s menus for the best shot? I’ve been making Nikon camera setup guides for years, and have just posted a setup guide for the Nikon D600.
Here’s the direct link to the D600 PDF download: Nikon D600 Menu Settings Guide
Here’s a link to the page with PDF downloads for all the popular Nikon DSLR cameras: Nikon Camera Setup Guides.
They are available for free as a PDF download, or you can send in $6.50 and we’ll mail you a laminated guide for your camera bag. Just order from the setup guides store page.
Follow the link below to download the new Nikon D7000 Setup Guide. This PDF shows how I recommend setting up the custom settings menus, shooting menus and autofocus system for four different shooting scenarios.
We also have setup guides for many of the other popular Nikon dSLR cameras posted at this link:
I’ve posted the setup guide for the Nikon D300s menus. This setup guide shows you how I set up my custom menus for banks A, B, C and D. I’ve also posted the corresponding *.BIN file for downloading here:
Scroll down the page to about the 3/4 mark to find the new guide.
I also have menu setups for many of the other Nikon dSLR camera bodies posted on the same page.