But, we shall see. I kind of find it interesting that no one has bitten on this opportunity to learn something. :rolleyes: I mean, it isn't rocket science, but just something fun to work with and, perhaps, create the beginnings of a basic understanding of light management, drawbacks of using high-ISO in an intro-DSLR and the true power of in-the-camera-body stability. :D
Do I really have to spell it out for you, 'Rooz'? I mean, you've been around here for a bit, haven't you?
To coin a phrase ...
"Let's start at the very beginning
A very good place to start.
When you read you begin with 'A' 'B' 'C'.
When you image you begin with a SONY"
Sorry ... that's my knock on the "Sound of Photography ... opps, Music."
There are some important principles to be examined here ... and I kind of wish I had someone do that when I was a strapping youth. These cameras can be so much more useful, with a little more knowledge behind the controls. Wouldn't you agree, Mate?