Canon EOS 50D: Setting the ISO
A high ISO setting can be a great helper when you're faced with a choice between a grainy-looking photo and no photo at all. Learn in this QuickTip...
Nikon D60: Understanding ISO
An explanation of what ISO is, how it increases with the sensitivity of the D60's sensor, and why you should always set it yourself
Nikon D60: Basic Playback Functions
A runthrough of the D60's playback functions, including magnification and multiple-image viewing, from the Magic Lantern DVD Guide to the Nikon D60
Nikon D5000: Setting White Balance
Which white balance option should you use? Find out in this QuickTip, plus how to configure it for the best results.
Nikon D3000: Creating a Stop-Motion Movie
The D3000 lets you string together a series of up to 100 images to create a stop-motion movie. It's simple, and all done in-camera so you'll be rea...
Nikon D60: RAW vs. JPEG
An overview of the D60's five different image quality options, including an explanation of RAW files and their technical pros and cons compared to ...
Nikon D60: Choosing a Lens
An overview of the D60's lens compatibility, including which lenses are right for different subjects, and how to install and remove a lens, from th...
Nikon D5000: Mode Dial Overview
All those icons on the camera's mode dial can be a little daunting. Our expert explains the modes in easy-to-understand language and makes recommen...
Nikon D300s: Sample Movie Footage
Shooting 720p HD movies at 24 fps, check out what the new Nikon D300s is capable of.
Nikon D300s: Things to Consider Before Shooting Movies
Take a look at exactly what the Nikon D300s is and isn't capable of when shooting HD Movies.
Nikon D300s: How to Use Exposure Compensation
Though the D300s has a state-of-the-art metering system, it's still no replacement for a knowledgeable photographer. Exposure compensation is the k...
Nikon D300s: Hand-Held vs Tripod Live View mode
Live View bypasses the optical viewfinder and presents a live preview of the image on the camera's LCD screen. Learn when to use each of the availa...
Nikon D300s: How to Shoot a Time-Lapse Sequence
Learn to use the Nikon D300s' Interval Timer feature to automatically create a time-lapse movie.
Nikon D300s: Save Time with My Menu
Like almost all digital cameras, the Nikon D300s has a complicated menu system that can be cumbersome when trying to adjust settings on the fly. Th...
Nikon D80: Revealing the Hidden Menus
By default, the D80 hides several of the more technical menus so that you can't even see them unless you activate either the "Full" or the "My menu...
Nikon D80: Choosing a Shooting Mode
With the Magic Lantern DVD Guide to the Nikon D80, you'll learn how to drop the preset shooting modes and graduate to the advanced modes, like Shut...
Canon EOS 50D: Choosing a Metering Mode
Evaluative, Partial, Spot, and Center-Weighted Average--which one should you use? See examples of times to use each and get our expert's opinion in...
Canon EOS 50D: Picture Styles Overview
Learn the purpose of each of the 50D's Picture Styles, and get our expert's opinion on which ones to use.
Canon EOS 50D: Mode Dial Overview
What do all those icons on the Mode dial represent? Learn in this QuickTip what each setting does and which ones to use.
Nikon D80: Retouch Menu
There are several in-camera editing tools in the Retouch Menu, from monochrome effects to automatic Red Eye correction - and the photo is saved as ...
Nikon D80: Controlling the Active Autofocus Area
Even though the Nikon D80 has three auto-focus options, Single-Area gives you the most control, as outlined in this WebTip from the Magic Lantern D...
Nikon D3000: Choosing a Flash Mode
A simple explanation of how to set the Flash Mode on the Nikon D3000, and the specific effects of each of the flash modesincluding Fill Flash vs. ...
Nikon D3000: Customizing the Function Button
There's no getting around the fact that D-SLRs are complicated machines. The Function button can save you a lot of hassle when you're shooting in t...
Nikon D3000: Changing the File Number Sequence
Avoid the confusion of multiple images files bearing the same names by setting your D3000 to use a continuous numbering sequence, even with a new o...
Canon EOS 7D: Setting Exposure for Movie Shooting
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