Want to take photos like a pro with your Nikon D750? The answer will now be in your pocket or on your iPad.
With iPhone Camera Guides from QuickPro, you'll never have to miss the shot of your life again. Whether it’s that birthday surprise, graduation ceremony, or your daughters' wedding day, the ability to take a photo like a Pro is within reach.
Now you have ready to go instruction of all Nikon D750 camera functions where you need it and when you need it. Really want to capture the Coliseum and Pantheon on your trip to Rome?
Take along your iPhone or iPad and, while you're on the plane, enjoy a Pro training session with a QuickPro Camera Guide specialist.
This tutorial provides:
- Instructional video on all aspects of the Nikon D750 camera and photography.
- On the go video playback. No WIFI required after initial install for watching in the field.
- Interactive search to find information on particular camera features fast.
- Online customer support.
QuickPro Camera Guides - Your Nikon D750 made simple.
- Detailed menu for easy navigation and advanced subject search for specific topics
- Professionally produced and hosted
- Step by step instructions
- Easy to understand
- Learn at your own pace anywhere you choose
Introduction to the Nikon D750
- Nikon D750 Camera Tour
- Camera Tour: Top of Camera
- Camera Tour: Sides of Camera
- Camera Tour: Back of Camera
- Image Area,Quality & Size Settings
- Selecting the Image Area
- Image Quality & Size
- Metering, Exposure & Release Modes
- Metering Modes
- Auto & Flash Off Modes
- Scene Modes
- User Setting Modes
- Effects Modes
- P, S, A, & M Modes
- Understanding ISO
- Release Modes
- Live View & Movie Mode
- Live View Autofocus
- Live View Settings & Displays
- Shooting Modes
- Playback Displays
- Processing Images In-Camera
- Focus Modes & Image Sharpness
- Autofocus Modes
- Autofocus Area Modes
- Autofocus Scenarios
- Other Factors of Focus
- Menu System Tour
- Playback Menu
- Photo Shooting Menu
- Movie Shooting Menu
- Custom Settings Menu
- Setup Menu
- My Menu & Recent Settings
- Controlling Color & Tone
- White Balance
- Picture Controls
- Using the Built-In Flash
- Using the Built-In Wifi
This training content was produced by QuickPro, LLC. This product is not sponsored by Nikon, Corp. or its subsidiaries. Nikon Product Names and terminology are trademarks of Nikon, Corp.
This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
Improved chapter point selection.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good instructional video. Bad implementation
While it is a good instructional video, can’t stand the implementation. There should be back and forward buttons in 30 second implements. Using your finger to scrub to repeat a section. Is very painful
Could be way better for the price
The video presentation is really good. But the stuff that is covered you could easily get from the owners manual. I thought it was way to much in price for the at best basic info it provides. The could be a presentation on buttons and there use. There is some much that you can do with this great camera, but way to little information provided for the steep price of this app.
Great tutorials - worth the extra money
Well, I wasn't sure about pulling the trigger on a $25 app but as they say, you get what you pay for - and this app for not disappoint! My wife and I just purchased a D750 and had such a hard time reading the 6pt type in the manual, that we immediately started looking for an alternative. While searching for the electronic version of the manual, I came across the app and I very glad I did. The overall production quality of the videos is first class and not cheesy at all. The lessons are broken down by chapters and very easy to navigate and review as needed. My wife and I pushed the videos from our iPad to Apple TV and enjoyed watching and pausing while simultaneously playing with our camera and making sure we grasped the concepts before moving on. I didn't see any other reviews that did this app justice so I wanted to put a legit review up for others contemplating purchasing this app. I highly recommended it, especially for busy people like us who don't have the time to read the manual and prefer to get a personal lesson like this! I just purchased the second app as well and can't wait to get into it. So $50 for two apps does seem like a lot, but after paying nearly $2k for a camera body alone, I think it's a smart investment in actually knowing how to use this great piece of equipment to its full potential.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.