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Book on 1D?

 
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Jan 07, 2008 17:58 |  #1

Can anyone suggest a good book on the original 1D?
Thanks!:D




  
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Jan 07, 2008 19:31 |  #2

The manual?! Just kidding. I don't know.


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Jan 07, 2008 20:54 |  #3

Sinkrate wrote in post #4653617 (external link)
The manual?! Just kidding. I don't know.

HA!:lol:
I guess most folks that buy a 1D don't need a manual but I was looking for one that similar to most books that explain the camera's functions better than the stock manual.




  
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Jan 07, 2008 21:58 |  #4

I always learn a great deal from just reading the manual. I always download the PDF version too so it's less of a pain. I hate flipping through pages. :)

There was a 1Dmk2N TIPS PDF floating around. I even saved it too, but now it won't open for some reason. I found the link to the manual from here on POTN. I'll find the URL then paste it here in a few seconds.

It's a sticky in this forum: https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=46175




  
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Jan 07, 2008 22:04 |  #5

Adaptive wrote in post #4654770 (external link)
I always learn a great deal from just reading the manual. I always download the PDF version too so it's less of a pain. I hate flipping through pages. :)

There was a 1Dmk2N TIPS PDF floating around. I even saved it too, but now it won't open for some reason. I found the link to the manual from here on POTN. I'll find the URL then paste it here in a few seconds.

It's a sticky in this forum: https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=46175

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