Nikon D90

Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I am a happy user of D90 for many years, and just recently its shutter release button becomes unresponsive when I press the button half way. It only triggers auto-focus when the button is pressed almost all the way down, and then immediately fire the shot. I checked all the settings, it looks fine to me. Do you know what could be the issue? Thanks and regards, Frank
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I just moved from a Nikon D90 to the Sony a6300.  I have the nice SB600 Nikon flash.  Is it possible to buy the Nissin Air Commander for my Sony, and a Receiver for Nikon, and then use my SB600 properly (TTL metering I guess)?   I thought this would work, but today I ran into a post on another forum that said it only work for matching brand camera and flashes, and mixing was not possible. If this indeed does not work, is there any other way to use my flash with my Sony camera? Thanks, Grant
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Hello, I was once an avid amateur, but the hobby has fallen off. I'd like to get back into it but I'm having some issues with my Nikon. I purchased my Nikon D90 about 6 years ago to replace my D70.  I loved the D70 but wanted a better low light camera.  I like to shoot indoors without flash.  I have a very fast 35 mm 1.8 lens for handheld shooting.   I've noticed that my indoor/lowlight photos tend to be very overexposed or have really bright highlights.  This did not happen with my D70....
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I was fortunate to attend a local Sony sponsored event today and was able to try out the a7 mk2 with my cropped sensor lenses.  I tried it with my 10-18, the 16-70, the 55-210 and even the 35 (1.8).  I really like the compactness of my a6000 but find that its AF sensitivity at 0 EV is just not good enough for me.  I have the Nikon D90 and it has no problem focusing in low light condition.  The a6000 would hunt and hunt even though face recognition can recognize a face! I like my kit to stay...
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In this and other forums I read a lot about the Nikon D750 shutter problems and the recall from Nikon. It makes me hesitate a bit to buy this camera. So, i was wondering if any new users of the D750 are also experiencing these problems, or has Nikon resolved the issue? Over the years I've been using the D70, D50, D80, D90, D5200 and D7100. The D70, D80, D90 and D7100 all had quality issues. The D50 and D5200 worked flawlessly. So if I'm buying the D750 I really want it to be reliable. Johan
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Hello, I recently upgraded from D90 to D7200 and am discovering the new options of which the image recording options. I would like to hear your comments on the use of the DX vs 1.3x option. Is the 1.3x option just croping your picture like you would when post processing?  Before realizing I was in 1.3x mode, I was loosing part of what I was thinking I was shootin which resulted in ruined pictures. So if the only advantage to the 1.3x option is skiping the reframing process in post porcess,...
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I'm going to be upgrading from my D90. I'm looking at the D7200 and D500. I can get the D7200 for nearly a grand less. That difference would allow me to upgrade to the fine Nikon AF-S DX 16-80mm F2.8-4E ED VR also. If you had the choice what would you do?
By: Wayne H Vannice (1 month ago)
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I have a Nikon 70-300 lens, that came with my D90 back in 2009. It now is having a hard time focusing and makes a grinding chattering noise. I have read a lot of bad things about Nikon's Service Center. I live in Monroe,Michigan. Any idea where would a good place to get it repaired would be? Thank you!
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I have been doing astro-timelapse for some time using D90 and Samyang 10mm f2.8, with an external interval timer. I enjoy aiming for good 'holygrail' sunset/starfield videos and tend to use lrtTimelapse/qDslrDashboard and such tools for this. I recently purchased a D7200 which at first glance appears to offer a 'quick and dirty' holygrail image capture mode using the inbuilt interval timer/exposure smoothing, in conjunction with aperture priority and auto ISO. I have tested this with the...
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Hi Member, I have a question : What Tripod I should buy, considering the fact, later on I want to buy some good tracker, for the same tripod. Background: I am new to learning Night Photography. I am very excited about it. I have a cropped frame Nikon D-90, and two lenses a) 18-55 mm Lens b) 55-200mm lens Objective: I have started to read and watch videos related to the Stars Photography. The Road map I have planned is: Phase 1 1) Buy a simple sturdy tripod. 2) Take simple 10-20 minute...
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