Nikon D90

Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
NikonD5000kid

My D5000 used to be my primary camera, but when I got more and more advanced, I needed something better with more features. PROS: Bigger screen than D5000 (2.7" vs 3.0"), twice as many menu options, top LCD is really nice, buttons placed more conveniently, looks less "chunky" than a D5000, and lots more pros that I can't think of at 3:00 a.m. CONS: Heavier than some other beginner cameras, cannot accept lenses that don't have a built-in AE chip, plastic body doesn't FEEL stable, but it ...

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Amalraj

I have used this in many shoots..amazing result in terms of clarity and colour.. I recommend this.. Regards Amalraj

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io_bg
 

An excellent camera for the price. Has a very nice build quality, a big viewfinder, a lot of buttons (unlike low-end SLRs), internal autofocus motor, a good battery and a second LCD. The kit lens is pretty good too. I've been using it for almost half an year and I love it. Problems: Live view autofocus is quite slow. Also the video quality could be better and could have full-time manual control and autofocus. But since I rarely shoot videos I don't care a lot about this.

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eckertstreet
 

This is the best SLR I have ever bought. I bought the D80 which I thought was fantastic until the later model D90 came. The D90 gives a much clearer picture especially under low light conditions. I recommend this camera. I am now going to buy the compact A and see how it compares with the Panasonic TZ30 which too I found the best compact I have had, having tried the TZ10 and TZ20 earlier which I found good.

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kokuwana
 

Always used Nikon cameras. Nikon F 65, Nikon D 40 and upgraded to Nikon D 90. Very pleased with the camera and results. Joined nikonistas club from Spain and found many real positive opinions about features, specs, IQ...Concerning the video, can´t expect much from the world's first DSLR too shoot video!!Globally rate the camera with 5* after shooting in several conditions and locations.Still look to Nikon D 90 as a photo camera...that´s all for now thanks DP! Problems: Never found one.

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squajackyl
 

Ottimo corpo macchina soprattutto per iniziare ad avere a che fare con le Reflex. Ha tutto quello che serve e con un po' di pratica si possono fare foto anche a livello di professionista. Certamente però serve tempo e pazienza. Corpo macchina robusto e di dimensioni ottime, tutti i comandi al posto giusto, carica batteria fenomenale! Unica pecca è l'incompatibilità con i vecchi obiettivi, ovvero se si montano obiettivi senza autofocus questi non comunicano nemmeno l'apertura del diaframma. ...

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lmtfa
 
Rolo King
 

I eyed the D90 as soon as it came out. But I already had Canon and Pentax gear. After having left Canon for good, waiting for Pentax to come out with something like the K-7 but with the same sensor, and trying out my friend's D90, it was about the right time to go back to a dual system. Pictures from this camera still hold up well when compared to current offerings. Despite having waited two years after its release (can you believe this model will soon be four years old?), it still felt like ...

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My brand new Nikon D90 running on original battery shows no battery meter . When I went to check it in the menu the Battery Info is disabled it says cannot view info in these settings . Later I checked on the info screen found out an AC Indicator instead . Please someone who has faced this before can help , or any suggestions . Thank You ! Regards Nevon Problems: NO Battery Indicator !

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I have had it for more than a year now and I can tell that it's a solid and reliable camera. Coming from Nikon D40 was an upgrade but not a huge one. What i like is the freedom it gives you up to ISO3200, a more predictable matrix metering with ADL on. When I bought it I was nervous about 12 M. Well it was not too bad. The noise is well controlled and the blur is not such a problem. Still I have to use 1/6 s instead of 1/4 s to get a sharp picture @ 16 mm (with VR on). What was useful to me ...

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