I need an urgent lesson in the basics of using the Nikon D7000. Can anyone here help please? I bought a D7000 today and the battery is already charging up . I have to use the new camera - my first DSLR - almost straight away. Obviously, I can't learn everything about it tonight but any advice on how to get it working quickly to do some photographs would be greatly appreciated. I do not know whether to use RAW or JPEG (nor do I know how to choose between the two on the D7000). Once that is decided I just want to know about settings (i.e. for photography in dull weather) and how I switch between 6 fps and just one shot each time I take a picture. I notice that the D7000 comes with a disc - presumably software for the computer to be used for downloading photographs I take. Do I have to download this onto the computer before I can actually use the camera to take pictures this coming weekend? I don't mind waiting a couple of days to do that - this weekend's pictures are a greater priority. My lenses are: Nikon AF Nikkor 70 - 210 mm (old lens), Nikon AF Nikkor 24 - 50 mm (old lens) and the Sigma 10 - 20 mm (new - purchased today with the D7000). The memory card in the camera will be the SanDisk Extreme 8 GB. If anyone can help me right now with essential points on how to learn quickly basic usage of the D7000 I would be most grateful. I appreciate that it comes with an instruction book (of 326 pages) but I will not have the time to go through it at length tonight. Thank you.