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Updates to the Nikon D7100 Experience e-book:

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2013-04-14Version 1.0 – Published – available in PDF and EPUB versions on the Full Stop website and in Kindle (MOBI) format on Amazon.

2013-06-06Unpublished correction

In Section 10.4 Interval Timer and Time-Lapse Photography Shooting:

The link for the Lightroom Time-Lapse plug-ins/ templates has been updated from the Pixiq link to:

http://lightroom-blog.com/2010/10/26/lightroom-timelapse-presets-now-updated-to-version-3/

2013-06-06Version 1.1 EPUB – The “text appearing over images” bug, which occurred with the EPUB version in certain e-readers and reading apps, is hopefully successfully now fixed.

2013-06-25 – Firmware Update

Nikon has released firmware C 1.01, which fixes several bugs. You can see the list, and download the new firmware here:

https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/18539

2013-07-18 – Nikon NotificationNikon Distortion Control Data firmware update 1.009 released

Nikon has released Distortion Control Data version 1.009 L firmware update for the D4, D90, D600, D800, D800E, D3100, D3200, D5000, D5100, D5200, D7000 and D7100 dSLR cameras. This L firmware update provides corrections for lens barrel and pincushion distortions.

Firmware download:

Mac:
http://nikonimglib.com/dcdata/#os-macintosh

Windows:
http://nikonimglib.com/dcdata/#os-windows

Instructions

Mac:
http://nikonimglib.com/dcdata/manual/En/lensprofile_mac_en.html

Windows:
http://nikonimglib.com/dcdata/manual/En/lensprofile_win_en.html

2014-04-03 – unpublished corrections:

Section 3.6 Retouch Menu, correction of error, shown in red and blue below:

Perspective Control: Correct the effects of perspective where vertical lines converge, to make those lines appear horizontal parallel.

Section 3.4 Custom Settings, Correction of error, shown in red and blue below:

b4: Center-weighted area
This setting gives you the ability to customize the size of the central Viewfinder area that is used in determination determining proper exposure when working in Center-Weighted Area Metering Mode.

Section 8.2 Center-weighted area – Correction of error, shown in red and blue below, found just after Figure 174.

As discussed with Custom Setting b4 – Center-Weighted Area, you can select the size of the central area that is used in determination determining proper exposure when working in Center-Weighted Area Metering Mode.

2015-09-17 – Firmware Update 1.03

Nikon has released firmware C 1.03, which fixes several bugs. You can see the list, and download the new firmware here:

http://downloadcenter.nikonimglib.com/en/download/fw/154.html

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  1. I am enjoying your D7100 book.

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  2. Your D7100 Experience is an excellent book. I am carrying in my mobile phone and my iPad for easy reference. It puts me on an easy learning curve after I upgraded from the D5100.

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    1. Thanks! Let me know if you have any questions, and please feel free to share your feedback on Amazon!

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    2. Hello Mr. Klostermann

      I have purchased your E-book for the Nikon D7100 and love it. I do have one problem that stumps me though. I like to exposure bracket for HDR photos. I have no problem getting it to fire off three photos in a row. What I would like to do is have it lock up the mirror for each exposure automatically. So in other words with one click of the ML-L3 remote It would raise the mirror, pause, take the three exposure in the series. Is this possible? If not what do you suggest so I can get the mirror locked up for each exposure in the series. I tried finding an answer online with no luck.

      Thanks

      Michael Shake

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      1. Thanks for your question, and I’m glad you have found the guide helpful! I’m not sure if the Mirror-up option is possible during bracketing. The only way this might function is if you set the Release Mode Dial on Mup, and give it a try. Try it with the Shutter Button and with the Remote. (sorry, I don’t have the camera at hand at the moment to try it right now).

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      2. I’ve played around with it and found the best way for me to do what I want. If I use the ML-L3 remote in the MUP mode it will work I just have to click the remote 6 times to get the 3 exposures. One for the mirror up and then one for the exposure, times 3. Not ideal but I can work with that. At least I can get the result I want. Thanks for the quick answer!

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        1. Thanks for letting me know this works!

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