9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
This is a good camera easy to use camera.
First off, picture quality is impressive. But I'm not an expert so I will say it's good enough
image stabilisation is very impressive and I've not been able to get it to blur in tests.
Start up speed is impressive less than 1 second from on to picture and less than a second between pictures with flash.
As for ease of use at a bare minimum, you only need to switch it on and take a picture.
if you want to let the camera set everything up and choose a more bespoke setting put it to intelligent auto with the push of one button then take picture.
The zoom is very impressive.
The settings are ok and the menus easy… Read more
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This was my first book on the subject and ok even though this review isn't the most positive
the book is well written and well laid out but i cant help feeling this is a beginners book.
Or i am being naive and think there more to it and there is not.
it has all the basics and is a good first step.
in my eyes the book is aimed at a strange level. its just above hobbyist and round about system admin.
but what it does have is the basics and after reading you will feel that's so obvious why didn't i think of that.
whats its not it a self study guide with challenges or tutorials.
And its not a university sort of theory heavy book.
Its almost a light… Read more
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
So far i have read all the books and watched all the films.
the first three books blew me away and the films where just brilliant.
however I'm not too keen on this one. the story was a bit off.
if you have read the rest by all means read this but after you will feel like this isn't the greatest or up to the same level as the rest. the faults with the story are the constant nods and winks to the films and the ending seams a touch rushed and almost designed to halt the story quickly.
so not the worst but not a scratch on the other books in the series.