Nikon D90

Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, newbie here. I just got my Nikon Z6 and love it so far. I shot with a D90 for years and decided to go mirrorless for my next camera. Some of the controls and settings on the Z6 are different, so I'm hoping you guys can help me adjust my new camera to behave a little more like I'm used to. I prefer to look through a viewfinder to compose my shots, but I like to be able to see the new images for a few seconds on the screen after I shoot. The D90 had this as its default setting. What is that...
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Hi All, New boy here:) Just bought a x-t20 and enjoying it so far. Ive come from nikon d90 but I used to own a Bronica ETRSi many moons ago and did my own processing. I have bought a adaptor for nikon to fuji and have connected a 40 year old (my dads) nikkor 50mm f1.4 AI I also have the 18-55 kit lens. So my question - if the focal length used is the same on both lens at say f2.8 would I expect to see it sharper on this 40 year old glass or the kit lens - in other words have things...
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Hello all. I might have an opportunity to land a gently used D600 for a reasonable price and am wondering about my existing lenses. I have the 50mm f1.8, a 80-200 f2.8 push-pull and the D90's stock 18-105 lens. I'm assuming that the 50mm and 80-200mm will work fine with the full frame sensor but would I need to buy a new ''walking around' lens from the fx line?
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I purchased a used D90 yesterday for $60. I checked, and the firmware is still the very first original one. How do I update the firmware, because I use the latest 2018 MacBook Pro (no SD card slot) and the latest Apple OS. Thanks!
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Hello, I’ve got a D5600 (in the past I’ve had D40, D90 and D700) - the reasons I chose this camera were that it’s very lightweight and it had that beautiful touch display. I’ve also got the AF-P 70-300/4.5-6.3, AF-S 50/1.8, 35/1.8(DX), AF-P 18-55 and AF-P 10-20. I only miss a portrait prime, the 50/1.8 is a compromise in terms of focal length. I would really love an equivalent to what the 85/1.4D was on D700 but at the moment there is no such option specificaly for the Nikon DX. I tried that...
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My search for a compromise lens for Nikon DX that will enable some shooting of indoor sports continues. seeking some views on this list I am tossing around in my head. The shooting scenario is a game called Floorball (I am shooting local juniors though) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floorball https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uhIJ0q65qc&t=263s and in the past junior ice hockey. The local rink is abominably lit. Floorball venues typically not well lit. But I can get very close to the action -...
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I have another thread on here about tips on taking photos at a basketball game and it reminded me of a question that I had previously when I was taking shots at a soccer game during the summer. I first tried taking some shots in manual mode with my Nikon D90 with ISO set to 100 (it was a nice, sunny day), aperture at it's widest for the lens of f2.8 (I used a fix 80-200 f2.8 lens), and adjusted the shutter to get the exposure meter to the center. The results were decent shots but they were...
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My Daughter has her first 'gig' - shooting a girls basketball team in exchange for getting her high school volunteer hours. The team and Coach know that she is an amateur so there are no real expectations - but she wants to do a good job. I will be accompanying her as 'backup' and support/advice. We have a Nikon D90 and an 80-200 f2.8 push-pull plus a 50mm f1.8. I figure the stock 18-105 will be useless. Looking for some tips for shooting action shots in a gym with what I'm assuming will be...
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There is probably a very simple answer to this, so I apologize for wasting everyone's time but: Went old-school for fun and picked up a D2H. Liking the images, but there's a noticeable spot in every frame so I've thought to clean it's sensor manually. I lock up the mirror and get met with another buffer. I've cleaned Nikon sensors many times on the D90 and D700 and never ran into this before. I noticed the same happens with my D800E. I'm sure it's a very simple reason, but how do I get this...
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Just a couple of days ago, I asked whether it's good enough to stick to just a 18-55 lens because I want to cure GAS... Wells, I've been doing some research into the XF50 F2 too and I'm now wondering if it will complement the zoom lens, given its larger aperture especially at the wide end. Before my GR, I had occasionally paired an 85 F1.8 with my Nikon D90, so this could be my resurrection attempt at taking portraiture shots, in a significant (and conscious?) shift away from general...
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