Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3.00″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello. I'd like to get any opinions on which camera I should purchase. The short of it is that I'm coming from a D90, and I feel it's the time to upgrade to a full frame, and fortunately, my budget would more than allow for this as it'll be a company investment. With regards to my needs, I mainly take interiors (furniture, interior architecture), and architectural shots. Quite often my photos go through some post-processing, as I also composite digitally rendered images onto my photos. As an...
Have enjoyed taking macro shots of flowers and insects with my Olympus XZ-1 but have recently acquired a nearly new Nikon D90 which I am enjoying immensely. My current kit includes 35mm 1.8, 18-105 kit lens and 70-300 VR. Wondering whether a good beginning for macro with the D90 might be a set of Kenko or Vello extension tubes as opposed to something like the Nikon Micro 60mm 2.8? Would appreciate any advice regarding pros and cons of either approach. Don't think I necessarily need a micro...
Hi guys, quick question... at the moment i have a d3200 with 18-105 and i have just noticed a d90 and a fuji s3 pro for sale in my local shop and wanted to know wether it would be worthwhile selling my d3200 for one of these...well the d90 really as s3pro is going for chips anyway plus a tamron 17-50 f2.8 lens thanks
I like to do bird photography. I use a Nikon D90 body, a Nikon AF-S VR 70-200 2.8 lens, a Tamron SP AF Tele-converter (2X). I think the images I get are pretty good. Would I improve my images noticeably by replacing the Tamron with a 2X Nikon tele-converter? Or could the $500 be spent more wisely for other camera gear? And would the new 2X Nikon be compatible with my lens? Thanks for you input. Wendell
I rarely use my camera since I have nothing to do with it much. I'm involved in this huge obsession towards k-pop. Attending concerts has been one of my habits. Its a concerts which has lots of movements and such. Singing while dancing and even moving around the stage. I'm currently using Nikon D90 with its basic kit lens 18-105mm. Is my kit already fine or I need something else? Please help. Thank you.
Hi! I'm considering to replacing my ageing D40 with a newer Nikon DSLR. Currently I have two lenses (18-200 and 35). I'm tempted by a good price of D3100, the movable display of D5100, but on the other hand I like the size and more direct controls of D7000/D7100. Or should I consider even D90? What would I expect from a newer model compared to D40: - Better low-light condition handling, i.e. less noise on higher ISO (this is my primary concern as I often shoot in low-light conditions where...
First I'd like to wish all a happy thanksgiving and safe travel day. Okay, I've been searching DP review for a few months on a lens to best apply to my zoo photography, currently using a Nikon 300 F4, [non AFS] and a 70 300VR, I have no strong issues with either lens, but aperture of 5.6 and 300 prime, one gets slow, the other too long at times. I did use a 80 200 2.8, but sold it,great lens, but trying to focus through fencing and wires at zoo, along with a 1.4 TC, just to slow to keep up....
Hello everyone, I need some help. I've been shooting high school football games at night and my results have been terrible. I've been getting the typical blurry, underexposed images. Here's my setup: Nikon D90; Sigma 300 f/2.8 lens; shooting in Manual mode, sometimes Shutter Priority; ISO - usually auto, but sometimes at 1600 or 3200; shutter speed generally down to 250 or 200 because of lighting; white balance auto; and, shooting JPEG fine. Is the D90 adequate for shooting night sports?...