Nikon D90

Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Is there any screen protectors for nikon d7200 because i couldnt  find any and would nikon d7000 screen protector could fit, or like d90 because of  the lcd is 3 inch,or that doesnt work like that? PLEASE help,  thank you.
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I'm coming from a Nikon D90 and planning on getting a Fuji aps-c camera. I have never used filters and always post-processed my photos. However I am not too keen about post-processing so I am looking for some filters. I have 0 experience whatsoever and all these filters and rings are kind of overwhelming. The lenses I am planning on getting are: Samyan/Rokinon 12mm, Fujinon 16mm f1.4, 35mm f2, and 90mm f2. I am on a tight budget and will be buying everything second hand. I know Lee filters...
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I have a D3300. I haven't been happy with focus accuracy with 35 f/1.8 and 50 f/1.8 especially at f/1.8. Comparing very similar shots of static targets from D90 and D3300 it seemed to support my thesis of some focus issues. Looked ike D3300 was focussing beyond the seelcted focus point (back focussing?) It still has store bought warranty left on it. Took it in and the guy recommended doing a firmware update 'as sometimes it fixes all sorts of things'.  I was dubious but I have done the...
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Hi, I have been using a D90 DX camera since 2009 and it needs an upgrade. The natural choice would be the D7500, but this is crazy expensive (in the UK) at the moment, so I assume it will drop. At that price, I can look at good quality MFT cameras by Olympus So I am left with some questions: I understand how a mirrorless camera can be smaller than an SLR with comparable (albeit slightly smaller) sensor size. How is it that so many lenses for MFT cameras are so much smaller and lighter than...
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I just got home from Finland where I got caught in a very violent and sudden thunderstorm. It was apparently really exceptional and made the news there. One moment it was somewhat cloudy but not raining, the next moment it was as if a big bucket of water had been poured on us. I tried to protect the camera but was myself completely drenched before I could get to a bit of a shelter (under a tree, in a storm…). Anyway, when we finally made it to a dry place, I tried the camera. It took two...
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Hi! It time to get my first "big" photo bag and I have narrowed everything down to 2 models from Think Tank: Airport Commuter Streetwalker Harddrive 2.0 - I am leaning towards the Streetwalker as it does not look so much as a camera bag with expensive stuff inside and it seems to be geared towards a photo tourist like me, who like to walk around a city, village, castle etc. in a foreign country. The Airport series seem to be targeted at the travelling photographer that needs the carry on...
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Hi everyone. I am currently a D90 user. I am just starting out on macro photography the Depth of Field preview button is a absolute necessity. I popped in to our local camera shop over the weekend and the assistant let have a look at the D7500. There are loads of nice things available for the macro photographer, like the touch screen and the ability to select the autofocus point. But the assistant did not know if there was a depth of field preview. Having searched a few sites, I can't find...
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Hi! I previously asked on here which lens would be better (1,8D or 1,8G) for portraits and nice background blur (bokeh) and most people suggested to go with 1,8G which was my thought as well.  I saw my local camera shop had a sale on different lenses including 50 mm 1,4D which was at first out of my price range (I live in a smaller country where all lenses are more expensive than usual).  Now I have a dilemma since both these lenses 50 mm 1,8 G and 1,4 D cost pretty much the same. I did some...
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Hello! I have had the Nikon D90 with its kit lens DX 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6 for years now. Recently I've been thinking about buying a new lens for my camera. I have never been satisfied with my portrait pictures as the background is not very blurry (bokeh?) so I did some research and found those two lenses (Nikon 50mm f/1.8 D af, 50mm f/1.8 G af) that fit in my budget. As I'm still a student, I don't have the money to buy a really expensive lens. So I'm hoping that this forum will give me some...
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Anyone still using their D90 on a regular basis? I have had difficulty finding a cheaper camera to use as a walk around camera. Was given a D90 with 2 zoom lenses. A local camera store will give me $200 for the lenses so I was thinking of getting the Nikkor 35mm 1.8 DX for it to use as a cheap walk around setup without too much concern of it anything happening to it.
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