Sony RX 100 Mark III from QuickPro

Sony RX 100 Mark III from QuickPro

By Netframes

  • App Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2010-12-15
  • Current Version: 2.2.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 657.68 MB
  • Developer: Netframes
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 5.1

Sony RX 100 Mark III from QuickPro App Description

Shoot amazing video and photos with the Sony RX 100 Mark III. Now you have ready to go instruction of all camera functions where you need it and when you need it. Take along your iPad or iPhone and, while you're on the plane, enjoy a Pro training session with a QuickPro Camera Guide specialist. Provides: - Instructional video on all aspects of the Sony RX 100 Mark III 's video capabilities and photography. - On the go video playback. No WIFI required after initial install for watching in the field. Topics Include: - Sony RX 100 III Introduction - Sony RX 100 III Camera Tour - Top of Camera - Sides of the Camera - Bottom of the Camera - Back of the Camera - Image Quality - Selecting Image Quality & Size - Exposure, Metering & Drive Modes - Basic Shooting Modes - Sweep Panorama - Metering - Advanced Shooting Modes - Understanding ISO - Drive Modes - Display Settings & Movie Recording - Shooting Movies - Playback - Focus Modes & Image Sharpness - Autofocus Modes - Autofocus Areas - Other Factors of Focus - Menu System - Camera Settngs Menu - Custom Settings Menu - Wireless Menu - Application Menu - Playback Menu - Setup Menu - Color, Tone & Creative Effects - White Balance - Creative Styles - Picture Effects - Dynamic Range & HDR Photography - Using Auto Portrait Framing - Using the Built-In Flash - Using the Built-In Wi-Fi This training content was produced by QuickPro, LLC. This product is not sponsored by Sony Corp. or its subsidiaries. Sony Product Names and terminology are trademarks of Sony Corp.

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App Reviews

  • Not good

    1
    By lecours305
    I downloaded this tutorial and was upset to find out it's poorly created. It's a 1 hour and 13 minute video that you have to watch from the very beginning every time. There's a table of contents with links, but no matter what subject you click on, it takes you right back to the beginning of the video. So stupid. Save your money.

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