The latest Nikon books

English language Nikon books

The-Nikon-Creative-Lighting-System-book Nikon-D810-Expanded-Guides-book Nikon-D750-Expanded-Guides
Mastering-the-Nikon-D810-book Nikon-Df-Expanded-Guides Nikon-D5500-For-Dummies
Nikon-D5500--From-Snapshots-to-Great-Shots Nikon-D3300-Expanded-Guides Nikon-D750-book

Most English language Nikon books are also available on Amazon UK.

German language Nikon books

Nikon D750. Das Kamerahandbuch Nikon D810. Das Kamerahandbuch Nikon D750 - Das Vollformat meistern
Nikon-D750-Das-Buch-zur-Kamera Nikon-D750---Für-bessere-Fotos-von-Anfang-an Nikon-D5500-buch
NIKON D810 - Für bessere Fotos von Anfang an

French language Nikon books

Photographier-avec-son-Nikon-D810 Photographier-avec-son-Nikon-D810 Obtenez-le-maximum-du-Nikon-D750
Obtenez-le-maximum-du-Nikon-D810 Nikon-Broché

Japanese language Nikon books

Nikon-Df-book-Japanese Nikon-D810-book-Japanese Nikon-V3-J4-camera-book-Japanese
Nikon-D750-book-Japanese Nikon-D750-book-Japanese Nikon-D810-book-Japanese

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  • Para

    wow…. so many books that will be bought, but hardly read…

  • Ric

    A Beginners Guide for the Df? Really? Beginners for that camera? Well at least it has a P mode (Professional)

    • Sunsfan

      Better yet M mode (Master)

      • manhattanboy

        Don’t forget the S mode (Sensei)

        • fanboy fags

          so A is for ahole? a lot of photogs use that mode..is that saying something?

          • fred

            ‘A’ is for ‘Amateur’.
            There are lots of them about.

    • Kynikos

      For the Hipsters, of course.

    • Andy Aungthwin

      For a lot of 50-60 somethings this maybe their first serious digital. So, why not a beginners book for the Df?

      People who write these books are not stupid, you know.

      • Sahaja

        Don’t know about some of the authors, but the publishers are probably not stupid.

    • Greg Heller

      That’s not any beginner’s guide — that there is the ‘Ultimate’ Beginner’s Guide for the DF, The new CLS book is great also, Nikon hasn’t updated their flash units since the SB-700 came out with the D7000 5 years ago.

    • stormwatch

      Something tells me that most of the Df users are not even begineers after all, but they actually never had the proper DSLR in their hands. They just bought it because the design goes smoothly with their Cabrio, Hairstyle and a Smartsuit.

      • Ric

        Something is misinformed.

        • stormwatch

          Yes, you’re right. I always knew that Hypsters are something that is being constantly misinformed.

          • Ric

            You’ve verified my previous statement. Thanks!

  • iGmb

    Italian ?

    • Could not find any new Nikon books in Italian language.

      • Spy Black

        Klingon?…

        • Ric

          Javascript?

  • Surfdogg7

    Isn’t the David Busch’s D750 book on-hold until the issues with his publisher get resolved?

    • no idea, what is the issue?

      • Surfdogg7

        Publisher went out of business. He’s got several books that are complete, but need a publisher. If you look at the info on the link you posted the “due date” was Feb 24th 2015….and the status is still “Pre-Order”.

      • Surfdogg7

        Publisher went out of business. He’s got several books that are complete, but need a publisher. If you look at the info on the link you posted the “due date” was Feb 24th 2015….and the status is still “Pre-Order”.

        • I see, thanks.

          • Surfdogg7

            David D. Busch Photography Guides

            December 16, 2014 · Edited ·

            NOTICE: My Sony a6000, Olympus OM-D E-M10, and Nikon D750 books are on hold, as my publisher has ceased operations. I hope to resume sometime next year. Meanwhile, I am keeping quite busy answering posts from people wondering if I have an a6000 or D750 book coming out. Quite popular cameras!. Sony a77 ii and Canon 7D ii also on hold.

            https://www.facebook.com/DavidBuschGuides?fref=nf

    • Gordon Ripley

      An email from the publisher told me that they are NOT going to print it? I wasn’t aware of any issues? I’d still like to get one but not sure now of the situation?? If anyone has nay news please let us know.
      Gordon Ripley

      • Surfdogg7

        David D. Busch Photography Guides

        December 16, 2014 · Edited ·

        NOTICE: My Sony a6000, Olympus OM-D E-M10, and Nikon D750 books are on hold, as my publisher has ceased operations. I hope to resume sometime next year. Meanwhile, I am keeping quite busy answering posts from people wondering if I have an a6000 or D750 book coming out. Quite popular cameras!. Sony a77 ii and Canon 7D ii also on hold.

  • FredBear

    Does anybody actually find camera books instructive?
    They all seem to be an iteration of a constant theme with changes made to reflect the difference in buttons and menus between cameras – very little else.

    • Jeff Hunter

      I bought Darrel Young’s D800 book in 2012. After a long layoff from film SLR cameras the D800 was the camera that rekindled my enthusiasm for photography. I found the Nikon manual did not provide a context for using certain features of the camera. Young’s manual did. I recommend his books.

    • Spy Black

      It’s hit and miss. Some books are quite good at bringing out the usefulness of a camera’s features, while others read similar to chewing sawdust.

      • Posto

        sawdust…. vivid

      • dclivejazz

        I love it when they say, “just refer to the manual…”

    • I agree with Jeff Hunter. Darrel Young’s books provide enough context to be able to see why you’d want to select one setting over another, or how a feature actually works so that the reason for setting it one way or another is clear. The Nikon manual tells what everything is, but it’s presented in a sort of vacuum. I was a bit of a latecomer to digital and found the books very useful in the beginning.

  • Gordon Ripley

    For anyone who has been waiting for David Busch’s book on the Nikon D750 – Forget it !!! I have been in contact with Cengage publishing and received an email stating that they are NOT going to publish David’s D750 book! I had been waiting since 11/9/14 for it to. Instead, I have pre-ordered Darrel Young’s D750 book published by Rocky Nook. For what it’s worth, I entered a message on David Bush’s Facebook page explaining what was going on but no reply from him in the couple of weeks since I posted it. I also sent an email to Amazon because they are still allowing pre-orders !!! No response from them either!!! What a country!!! Gordon Ripley

    • Darrel Young’s books are just fine and a worthy alternative…you’ll be fine.

    • Surfdogg7

      David D. Busch Photography Guides

      December 16, 2014 · Edited ·

      NOTICE: My Sony a6000, Olympus OM-D E-M10, and Nikon D750 books are on hold, as my publisher has ceased operations. I hope to resume sometime next year. Meanwhile, I am keeping quite busy answering posts from people wondering if I have an a6000 or D750 book coming out. Quite popular cameras!. Sony a77 ii and Canon 7D ii also on hold.

      • Larrry

        At least Nikon includes an Owners Manual – both with the camera and .pdf download – that covers menu structure and advances features. Sony on the other hand has a manual that instructs you how to put the battery and SD card in…and that is it! Given the comprehensiveness of Nikon’s manuals, sans illustrations, I am surprised there is even a market for these manuals. But David Busch’s lack of an a6000, a7 series, a77 etc books are sorely missed as the competing book is 25% camera and 75% ‘how great a photographer I am’. With David’s established history, seems like he should be able to find another publisher. In the meantime, Sony people can go to YouTube to learn advanced features.

  • Scott M.

    bythom.com

  • catinhat

    I guess not much is happening in the Nikon world these days…

    As for books, I think if you’ve mastered one advanced Nikon DSLR you’ve essentially mastered them all. Most everything else as far as idiosyncrasies, problems and quirks you can learn about on the relevant dpreview forums, and from (last but not least) actually using the camera. But if you’re only starting your photography journey, then yes, a decent book might be helpful.

    • yes, not much going on after an announcement

    • stormwatch

      But that doesn’t stand for Birdies, they do not need any books. Just cropped DSLR, long lens, lot’s of hot coffe or tea and good socks for standing the long hours catching the birds without need for a veins surgery later in the carrier.

  • Aldo

    smart people who make money from their knowledge rather than making a point on a forum 😛

    • ..and YOUR point is?

      • Aldo

        my point is that we make no money writing about photography…. they do.

        • fair enough. I thought the personal satisfaction of seeing your screen-name and avatar on the Internet would suffice…:-)

          • Aldo

            I’m tired of myself… I can only imagine others…

    • stormwatch

      ???

  • mikeswitz

    I’ve learned at a lot on Nikon Rumors but at the moment I can’t remember what :=/

    • Aldo

      I’ve learned that if you wanna learn… go elsewhere.

  • Glambike

    Only Photography book you need: Henri Cartier-Bresson: Photographer (9780821219867): Yves Bonnefoy

    • whisky

      needs updating. the “decisive moment” can now be extended and looped by way of the best shot selector (BSS). 🙂

  • Collectively quite the hideous set of cover images. Rather disappointing for books intended for photographers.

  • doge

    Books is for suckers. I get all my learnings from the nikon rumors comments sections.

    That’s why I bought a D810A and sigma 24 1.4 as my new pro portrait setup.

  • Manuel Ferreira

    So admin, what about Nikon 1 J5 , successors of P340 and P7800, possible successors of Coolpix A and the new Coolpix whit “1” sensor ?

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