Nikon D90

Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Something Nikon is being coy about is which bodies are and are not compatible with the new 16-80mm. In particular, the D90 seems to be right on the edge - but I can't find anything definitive about which side of the line it falls on. Is there anyone here who has actually, with their own hands, mounted a 16-80mm f/2.8-4E on a D90, and seen with their own eyes that either "Yes it does work" or "No, it won't autofocus/you can't change the aperture"? Not "I heard from a friend..." or "I tried a...
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I posted this question in the Third party Lens forum but maybe it belongs here because part of the question involves the Nikon D 5500. I recently changed cameras from a Nikon D90 to a Nikon D5500. The D5500 cannot auto-focus lenses that don't have an in-lens motor. My Tokina SD 12-24 F4 (IF) DX AT-X Pro does not have a built-in motor so I am going to have to manually focus it or get the AF-S version. Since I have old eyes I am going to have to rely heavily on the "little green dot" in the...
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I posted this question in the Third party Lens forum but maybe it belongs here because part of the question involves the Nikon D 5500. I recently changed cameras from a Nikon D90 to a Nikon D5500. The D5500 cannot auto-focus lenses that don't have an in-lens motor. My Tokina SD 12-24 F4 (IF) DX AT-X Pro does not have a built-in motor so I am going to have to manually focus it or get the AF-S version. Since I have old eyes I am going to have to rely heavily on the "little green dot" in the...
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Dear Friends, I have a couple of issues while using a Nikon D90 with a SB-600 flash. Can you please provide me with a direction here? Camera: Nikon D90 (Manual F-5.6, S-1/60, ISO-200) Lens: Nikon 16-85mm VR and(or) Nikon 50mm F-1.8 Flash: SB 600 used for bouncing (Generally using at Manual 1/1 setting) Diffuser used: Yes (semi Transparent white) Image format: JPG mode Problem 1: Unable to fully utilize the "Flash fill" for distant objects. My subject is in a room at a distance of 10-12...
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Thinking about a walk-around prime to go on my D90. Can't afford a real macro lens at this point; would the new 35 f1.8 DX work OK in reverse mount?  Thx, Ron
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Hello;         I've thought of adding the Nikon grip to my D7100? I have a grip on my D700 better FPS, and on my D200 extended batt.life. Plus all my cameras have the "L" grips with or without the grip.My D7100 has a RRS "L" bracket and I like it a lot, but I'm wondering is the grip a asset to the D7100? batt. life is good and no increase in FPS, so is there a clear advantage of the grip?  Thanks for comments. My D90 does not have a grip.   "Dog house riley"
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Hey guys.  I'm currently sitting on a nikon D90, probably less than 20,000 on the shutter count. I purchased the camera probably 3-4 years ago on sale from a closing electronics store that I couldn't pass up. I have the nikon 85mm 1.8D, 11-18mm tamron, and nikon 35mm 1.8G lenses. To be honest, the camera doesn't get that much use anymore, though it takes fabulous pictures. I mainly used it for portraits, before I got my hands on the oly Having recently upgraded from my EP-2 to the EM-5, I've...
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Hi all, At the end of the day, despite doing my research on my crop of lenses, I'm still not sure which lenses I'd still be able to use if I go FX. First of all, why Fx? My passion is portraits and art/fashion (and travel when it arises) and I'm using a D7100 (previously D7000, D90, D40). I'm one of those who was plagued by the terrible banding of the D7100 but am very happy with the size and resolution, etc. With the advances of ISO in the Dx, the Fx never really attracted me seeing that I...
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By: Subhasish D (2 months ago)
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Hi, I am thinking of upgrading my 5 years old Nikon D90 and having pretty hard time in figuring out what should I upgrade to. I always had an perception that upgrade means migrating to FX Format and that's specially to take advantage of better noise handling, sharpness and colour reproduction of the FX sensors. As a Nikon user for last 5 years (although I consider myself a novice in photography) mostly for street photography, I was bit inclined to D610 and maybe D750 if I stretch my budget to...
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By: adamcharles (2 months ago)
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Has anyone had any issues with clarity and sharpness on the a6000?  Most reviews I read rave about its image quality.  When I do side by sides with my D90, the Nikon blows it away.  Recently shot a wedding and could only use about 10% of the shots I took with the a6000.  Luckily had my nikon along to assist. I am shooting with a Zeiss 32mm 1.8 and a Sony 50mm 1.8- both reviewed as decently sharp lenses. Tripod has been used when necessary.  Low ISO.  NR turned off when necessary.  I am...
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