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Nikon School Instructional DVD

Today we purchased the D40 2-Lens Package, however Rockbrook Camera of Lincoln, NE did not have either the camera case or Nikon School Instructional DVD. They did supply to us a different camera case as a substitution. They did not have the DVD. How can we obtaIn the DVD? We are unfamiliar with cameras of this type and certainly need the instructional DVD. Our address is Dale Boelts, 416 South Arthur, Grand Island, NE 68803.

Thank you for your assistance.

Dale & Velda Boelts

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Another great source of information for Nikons is Ken Rockwell's website. www.kenrockwell.com

He has a very good guide on the D40, and all he asks is that if you use it or print it out that you donate $5.00 to him. It's well worth it, but you can take a look for free and decide if you agree.

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