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Old Jan 14, 2004, 3:30 AM   #1
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Default New pages in my Coolpix 5700 user guide

Hi 5700 Users,

I updated my 5700 user guide with the following pages:

Auto Focus
AF lag and Shutter Lag
Front Curtain and Rear Curtain Synchronization
Slow Synchronization
Trigger Voltage
When Can External Flashes Be Used?

If you used my other guides, you perhaps have noticed the organization of the 5700 has been changed significantly. I put all of the basic concepts into a "What Is ...?" section and leave the operations/settings into separate pages. Previously, concepts and operations were merged together. I made this change due to two reasons: (1) some of you and other people who found my site through Google, AltaVista, Yahoo, etc suggested this change because it will be easier to search, and (2) It does save my writing time because porting will be much easier when new models will appear, DSLR included. Hope you will like this change.

I will post new pages with a fixed time frame and make announcement here and elsewhere. In this way, you will be informed fully so that you don't have to check back frequently.

CK
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Old Jan 14, 2004, 10:08 AM   #2
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Ck

I continue to recommend your site to new 5700 owners. You doing a great job.

Phil
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Old Jan 15, 2004, 2:27 AM   #3
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Phil,

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I continue to recommend your site to new 5700 owners. You doing a great job.
Thank you. Hope my site will be useful to many 5700 users.

CK
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Old Jan 15, 2004, 6:36 PM   #4
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Its awesome CK, immensely useful and well written, well done!
Cheers,
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