OTC printed camera manuals are a compact and convenient alternative to printing at home
One of the most intimidating things about owning a camera is getting to grips with how it works and all the myriad features or functions it performs. Trawling through the extensive camera user guide can often feel intimidating and daunting, especially if you have recently moved from a simple model to a more complicated one.
Very often you can find yourself wanting to know how part of your camera works, yet without access to the instruction manual, this will feel at times like an impossible task. A good way to combat this problem is to consider getting a printed camera user guide made.
Essentially these items are compact versions of the camera user guide, professionally printed and bound. The major advantage of owning one of these is of course that they can be easily placed into a camera bag or pocket and carried around at all times, ready for you to quickly flick through any time you need classification on any aspect of your digital camera.
The option does of course exist to print your existing manual at home on A4 paper, creating a copy you can carry around with you, but this approach does have downsides due to the inevitable size of any copy you produce yourself. A further problem of course is that it would not be bound, hence making flicking through it for a quick solution to a technical problem needlessly fussy and complicated.
Fortunately the price of buying a smaller printed user guide is very cost effective, usually being much cheaper than printing the manual yourself, which of course is another important consideration. Printed user guides can be obtained for all models of camera, regardless of the age, so they also make a good way of replacing lost or damaged manuals.
To find out more about printed camera user manuals, or to find the user guide for your digital camera, visit the OTC website or contact their customer service team who are always happy to answer any of your camera instruction manual related questions.