Nikon D90

Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I am looking to upgrade from my D90 into the full frame arena. I awaited the arrival of the D750 and I am thoroughly impressed with the specs and the price. I started to take the plunge and now I am hesitating. I can buy a used D800 in excellent condition with 10,000 shutter clicks and a used Nikon 80-200 f2.8 D in excellent condition both for the same price as the D750 body only. I would like to have the vr version of the 70-200mm 2.8, but it is outside of my budget.  I currently have a...
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Hi I bought a yongnu YN565EX flash as a backup for my SB-910. I use it on my D90 as a wedding backup but it has developed a funny blinking problem where neither the camera or the flash panel lights seem to want to turn off.  Has anyone had this problem?
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I came to a situation that I needed to preset the white balance using a part of a white wall in the strange light scene. The mixed light was far ahead and above so I could not use a piece of grey or white paper in front of the D7000. The wall was not big enough to fill the viewfinder (I use primes). So the D7000 was unable to measure the white balance successfully and flashed 'no good'. I retried in vain. Before the D7000 I used to use another camera which used only the centre focus point...
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I have been using the D90 for past few years and recently got my 35mm 1.8 prime. After seeing what its capable of doing, I am getting the itch to buy a fixed length zoom lens and can by 18-105 kit lens for good. My pockets are not that deep and I was trying to check into this old horse. I understand that it has manual focus only but I really want to know if this P (Penta) lens is better or should I spring the extra 100 bucks or so to get the ED version?Any sample images and feedback will be...
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I need a suggestion/advice as to choose between any one DSLR camera 1.Nikon D90 (18-140 mm VR lens) 2.Nikon D7000 (18-105 mm VR lens) both camera comes in my budget I am a beginner and this will be my first DSLR camera, i love photography. I am preferring D90 over D7000 as D7000 has more feature compare to D90 and with that i can't grow myself . Second D90 is in the market for long period. Your kind suggestion will be appreciated.
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I have shortlisted following camera with lens , but confused which to choose. 1. Nikon D5200- 18-140 mm (VR lens Nikon) 2. Nikon D90- 18-140 mm (VR lens Nikon) 3. Nikon D7000--18-105 mm (VR lens Nikon) I am a beginner but i am interested in all type of photography and i will experiment in all aspects. all camera fits my budget, please help me which i will choose and suggestion for any other lens will be appreciated.
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Anyone out there have any suggestions or recommendations for older lenses that would work with Nikon camera bodies?  Are there any types of mount forms to avoid in looking at older lenses?
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The D90 has a 'wide zone' option for the centre focus point. It is used 'for moving subjects at the center of the viewfinder'. The D7000 does not have this option. I suppose the D7000 does not need this option any more. But does anyone know why? I am used to use this feature a lot in my D90 for tracking a playing child at the center with good results. An other difference I have noticed is the absence of any index of the selected focus point in the top LCD in the D7000. I can see that there is...
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Hello, I am confused. Do more megapixels on a camera make it more prone to blurry images? I have read that a D7000 needs more speed or higher ISO to take a blur free image than a D90 at the same conditions. Is that right? I like shooting at the dark hand held without flash. Should I choose to use the D90 or the D7000? (I have both).
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Would anyone buy a D90 camera today?  There have been some deals online and it looks like it would be a pretty good basic camera.
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