Canon EOS 60D Digital Field Guide Paperback – 10 Dec 2010
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Appears to be a standard text modified for whatever camera you have. I havent found it a great deal of use as it seems to be pitched at somebody who has already owned a dslr camera and thus if you know how one works why buy this?
It may be its just me but I prefer a guide to break me in slowly using one feature at a time and building upon that and this just doesn`t happen. Rather its a collection of chapters that appear well written but without knowledge of the basics and references to point you to the relevent page if you have forgotten something it had me scratching my head. It is after all a field guide.
I think this book is a bit more readable, and less experienced photographers would welcome browsing through this to get an outline view of the facilities, and then perhaps refer to the Canon manual to confirm the detail. It is also very useful to have another book around the house - in the dining room or loo, perhaps? I guess I am not the only one who oftens misfiles a manual and waste time trying to find it - in most cases this book would have answered my question easily.
So whilst not essential, if you are a keen user, well worth having this around.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent book by an author who clearly knows her stuff. Also lots of tips and hints about what she does. So much easier to read than the canon manualPublished 22 months ago by Kevin
This book is going to be a constant friend. It explained everything you ever want to know about this terrific camera. Read morePublished on 16 May 2013 by TL
its a book. i just bought it from them, they just posted it. they didnt write it so i can only give so much credit. decent book though. Read morePublished on 2 May 2013 by daniel lawrence
Got me up and running very quickly , easy to follow, picture grabs of menu's allow a quick understanding of how to set up your camera to suite your needs. Read morePublished on 28 Feb. 2013 by Sooz333
A helpful to guide to a novice user looking ot expand their horizons ans get more out of their photography and camera.Published on 16 Jan. 2013 by LiamD
A comprehensive guide to the 60D, however so is the users manual that comes with the camera.
I have learnt a bit from it, and find it useful as a reference guide.
Having bought a canon camera this book was an excellent thing to get at the same time. I was clueless on all the Cannon 60D could achieve and even what all the various buttons and... Read morePublished on 15 Mar. 2012 by P. McCauley
This book did not match expectations. It started well with a good description of the camera controls then went rapidly downhill. Read morePublished on 29 Dec. 2011 by litmus