Our Daily App Giveaway – D3s – Min-U Guide – Worth $5.99


Welcome once again to our Daily App Giveaway section of We value our readers so much we want to share our love of apps with you. That’s why we have created this new section as each day we will be giving away free apps.

Today we have D3s Min-U guide apps to giveaway, each worth $5.99/£3.99. ‘D3s’ plugs you straight into the camera’s menus, utilizing the latest in rich content with nearly 200 menu descriptions and supporting graphics depicting buttons, controls, menus and options. Includes a ‘CF Card Capacity Calculator’ based on image format, with sizes…

Menus and screens are familiar because they are similar to those on the Nikon® D3s, helping you to learn the camera’s features and operation while you use this app.

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In addition to Playback, Shooting, Custom Settings, Setup, Retouch and My Menu, this ‘D3s’ guide features:

√ Troubleshooting

√ Error Messages

√ Quick Specs and Supported Standards

√ Glossaries

√ Lens Information

√ DSLR Calculators: Know exactly how many images based on either FX or DX format (with image file type), will fit on CF memory cards from 4GB to 128GB in size. Also provided are: ‘Depth of Field’, ‘Dimensional Field of View by Focal Length’ and ‘Angular Field of View’ calculators.

√ Nikon Product Preview*

√ IPad Camera Kit Overview

√ Whiteboard (iPad version only)

What’s New


This app has just been updated and now includes the latest Nikon products for 2010, a fun ‘Whiteboard’ in the iPad version, which can be used for sketching out a shoot or roughing out angles…your imagination is the key with this new tool, just be sure to have a bit of fun, and a bug fix to correct some of the math in the CF card-capacity calculator. Also new with v1.1 is an iPad Camera Kit overview.

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