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    • HeinrichR
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      For those starting out in photography or the more advanced photographers(with memory loss) check out these cheatsheets with all the info on a compact laminated card
      there are cheat sheets (camera manual compressed on to a sheet) for mik en drukke up to canon 1dm3 cameras

      as well as a card for adobe photoshop,

      a card for different flashes, with explanation for custom settings / guide no for iso 100 flash duration & coverage etc.

      Digital photo course

      secrets to great digital phtography:D

      http://www.photocheatsheets.com
      on the menu click on cheatsheets then select your camera or flash, or adobe

    • Anonymous
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      Interesting!

      Have you bought these and is it not duplications of what is in your manual?

    • flash99
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      Salomien;152030 wrote:
      Interesting!

      Have you bought these and is it not duplications of what is in your manual?

      Yes it is but this single page printed on both sides replaces you manual more than 100 pages so it is much easier to find out how to changes certain settings.

      Unfortunately (like the manual) it does not teach you what the settings are used for so if you are new to photography it will not help you initially. I also found that changing to my current brand of camera gave me challenges in that I did not know how to set certain things so this could have helped as I knew what I wanted to do. It could also be great for seldom used functions.

    • BryanVolcom
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      I really hopes this will help me a bit, as I purchased the cheatsheet for my dslr today.

    • Anonymous
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      Thanks, I’m gonna give it a try

    • Luc Hosten
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      I sort of make my own by copying relevant pages from the manual, reducing them and laminating them – normally just the custom settings.

    • Graybeard
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      Bryan(Volcom);152136 wrote:
      I really hopes this will help me a bit, as I purchased the cheatsheet for my dslr today.

      Did you buy it from the link above? if so I thought PayPal did not opperate in SA.

    • Deezil
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      You can send money from SA via Paypal anywhere overseas but you can’t withdraw any money from your account in South Africa i.e you can use it to buy but not to sell.

      Try Moneybookers if you need to sell stuff overseas.

    • Graybeard
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      Am attempting PayPal, quite a schlep! at least it’s only once off

    • Deezil
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      Quite a schlepp indeed but once setup it’s a breeze … especially when using ebay!

    • Anonymous
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      Yip, bought mine with paypal. Worked fine.

    • Anonymous
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      I wish I read the copying laminating trick earlier. I didn’t think about that.
      I’ll wait for the original to arrive and then I’ll make similar ones for my flash.

      Thanx guys

    • Nike24
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      thanks for that

    • BryanVolcom
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      Bought mine via pay pall as well.

    • MariusB
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      is there no local vendor to buy from?

    • Texasbelle
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      http://www.wantitall.co.za, they sell them. :)

    • RoryA
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      Wantitall aren’t really local, as in the stock isn’t local. They simply order it and organise it on your behalf (and charge you for it).

    • LynneJ
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      Hmmmm, thanks for the input.

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