Master Guide to Rigging a Nikon D800 or D800E (Part 12)

In this last part you’ll find the menu for fully rigging a Nikon D800 and Nikon D800E. I have also included a free PDF checklist for easy reference.

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MASTER GUIDE TO RIGGING A NIKON D800/D800E

Part 1 :Lens Adapters, Lenses, Extenders, Converters, etcPart 2 :Matte Boxes, Follow Focus systems and FiltersPart 3 :Handheld Rigs and Stereoscopic RigsPart 4 :Tripods, Heads, Hi-hats, Jibs/Cranes, Sliders/Dollies, Car Rigs and Underwater RigsPart 5 :Cages, Base plates, Rods, HDMI support, Batteries, Chargers, Adapters and GripsPart 6 :External Monitors, Viewfinders and AccessoriesPart 7 :External Recorders, Cables, Media and AccessoriesPart 8 :Microphones, Headphones, Recorders, Mixers, Cables and AccessoriesPart 9 :Flash/Speedlights, Wireless Transmitters and AccessoriesPart 10:Intervalometers, GPS, Controls, Meters, Rain Covers, WB/Color and MiscellaneousPart 11:Bags, Cases, Racks and StrapsPart 12:Menu and PDF Checklist

I hope this has helped you get started on your perfect rig.

And as promised, here’s a quick PDF checklist for all equipment in this guide (Click to open or Right-click and download):

MASTER GUIDE TO RIGGING A NIKON D800 CHECKLIST PDF


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