Nikon DSLR Cheat Sheets: All You Need to Know about Nikon DSLRs

Got hold of your new Nikon camera but confused where to start. Worry not. We’ve got your back. In this article we have brought to you a series of easy to read and understand¬†Nikon DSLR cheat sheets which will not just get you started on your Nikon DSLR, but will help you a great deal in mastering it.

The Nikon cheat sheets that you would see below would cover everything from various shooting modes to the settings you need to have for specific types of photos. So without much ado, let’s get started.

Nikon DSLR Cheat Sheet: Know Your Camera First

Nikon DSLR cheat sheets rear view of Nikon DSLR
Position of various buttons and dials on an entry-level Nikon DSLR

 

Nikon DSLR cheat sheet rear view of Nikon D7200
Position of various buttons and dials on a high-end Nikon DSLR (Nikon D7200)
Nikon DSLR cheat sheet top view Nikon D7200
Position of various buttons and dials on top of the Nikon D7200

Nikon DSLR Cheat Sheets: Know the various shooting modes

Nikon DSLR cheat sheet various shooting modes

Nikon DSLR Cheat Sheets: Understand Nikon Metering Modes

Nikon DSLR cheat sheet Nikon metering modes

Nikon DSLR Cheat Sheets: Understand White Balance

Nikon DSLR cheat sheets Nikon white balance

Now Look through the Viewfinder

Nikon DSLR cheat sheet Nikon viewfinder

Recommended Camera Settings for Nikon D3300 Users

Nikon DSLR cheat sheet for Nikon D3300 users portrait flowers
For shooting portrait and flowers
Nikon DSLR cheat sheet for Nikon D3300 users food landscape
For shooting food and landscape

Very soon we will do a similar post for Canon users..

6 Comments

  • Bharat Varma Reply

    Why such poor quality images? The text is barely readable.

    • admin Reply

      We do apologize for the inconvenience. It’s a theme issue. The images get stretched when they are small. We suggest you save the images n your computer/mobile and then read. Again we apologize for the inconvenience. We will correct it in the coming times. Thank you for pointing it out.

  • Ian Reply

    Well out of date…….

  • mark Reply

    how about Nikon 5300?

  • Charles Reply

    Intersting stuff there!

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