Front cover of Nikon Coolpix B700 book

Photographer’s Guide to the Nikon Coolpix B700


Photographer’s Guide to the Nikon Coolpix B700 is 172 pages long in its print and PDF versions. The book includes more than 350 color images that illustrate the Coolpix B700 camera’s menus, controls, and display screens, and that provide examples of images that can be taken with the camera’s shooting modes and creative settings. The book includes full descriptions of all menu options and other features of the camera, as well as descriptions of available accessories and many tips for getting excellent results using the camera’s options. The PDF, ePub, and mobi versions of the book contain the same content as the print edition.


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If you want to get an idea of what the book is like, you can download the complete Table of Contents, check out the book’s Index, or read an excerpt from the book. You also can view some sample photos from the book, taken with the Coolpix B700 camera.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 172 pages, 8.5 by 11 inches (216 by 280mm)
  • Publisher: White Knight Press (January 14, 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1-937986-56-X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-937986-56-8
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    1. Alex White Post author

      One set of settings I recommend trying would be to use Shutter Priority mode with the shutter speed set to about 1/60 second, and ISO sensitivity set to 1600, with Quality set to Raw or Raw + Fine. I’m assuming you don’t want to use flash. If you do, that would change things. You could consider using an off-camera external flash triggered through an optical slave. Also, things could change if you use a tripod. If you have the camera firmly anchored on a tripod, you could use a slower shutter speed and a lower ISO setting to improve image quality and reduce noise.


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