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bwood

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Hi everyone I'am a newbie looks like a lot of knowledge on this site and know dought I will have more questions than enough as I have just purchased a new P 900 and still trying to learn how to use it  !!



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I just got my P900 yesterday.  A week before I got a nice book A Photographers Guide to the Nikon Coopix P900 by Alexander White

 

A very helpful book.  Like you, I don't find much help on this forum.  I wish there were a more specific forum for P series cameras.



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ralphcanuck

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Canuck in kiwi land with a Nikon d600 while downloading auto focusing charts was very interested in Nikonian’s tips to Junior Member re: moving focus actuation to the back button setting the autofocus mode to continuous AF-C as a d600 owner who has also been frustrated by picture sharpness I am keen to try the changes soon!

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Hi,  My Name is Bob but I go by old Navy nickname WildWilli.  Yeah I was young and dumb and had a blast.  I was trained in Camera Repair by the Navy School of Photography in 1982 and really never got sent anywhere as a Camera Repairman.  Always Work Center Supervisor and/or Leading Petty Officer so I didn't really have much time to sit at a repair bench.  Now I've been working on Nikon gear for about 10 years but without manuals for the most part.  I'm hoping I can get some more knowledge on the Digital Gear.  Hope to interact with this forum soon.