Nikon D90

Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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This is sort of a lengthy question. I have been asked by my local drama club to take some black and white head shots of the actors in a play they are putting on. These will be for the printed program. I've been asked to put them on a thumb drive so the printer can print them. The printed images will be no larger than 2 inches by 2 inches, maybe a bit smaller. I will use a Nikon D90 and a 50 mm 1.8 lens. I have a suitable backdrop or background and will shoot in monochrome mode. My question is...
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(Cross posting from the Fuji SLR forum to get a Nikonian perspective)  I currently have a Nikon D90 and the Nikkor 17-55 f/2.8 and 50mm f/1.8 prime (older, non-AFS lens) as well as the much older 18-70mm kit lens from my D70. I love the 17-55 f/2.8, but it is a beast of lens. It's such a beast that you'll get a barrel shadow when the on-camera flash is used. It's just a damn heavy kit, but the images are outstanding. I teetered in the mirrorless waters with a Lumix GM1 a few years back. The...
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Is this possible? Using my En-El 3e via battery Grip on my D500 Just discovered the The D500 have an issue with the battery (even the latest one) So I have 2-3 old En-El3e from my D90 Do you something about it?
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With my D90 I had the following settings - P mode Iso 200 Min s speed 1/80 Maximum iso 1600 What to put for the D500 as equivalent
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Hello, I just got a D5600 today and ran in to a problem. Before this I used D90 with external flash Yongnuo YN467-II but it seems like I can't use this flash in TTL mode with D5600. Also camera doesn't seem to recognize that there's a flash attached to it at all. In D90 TTL mode works very well and the camera recognize the flash with the TTL external flash indication but with D5600 I don't know where to look even the status of the external flash. Is this because my hot shoe is broken or...
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Hi. Pardon if you are annoyed with such question. I would like to upgrade my camera and did a lot of researches before asking question in this forum. After weeks of researching, my options is down to these three setups. A bit background of my current setup. Currently I own an old D90. The lenses that I own at this moments are AF Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8 D and Nikkor AF-S 35mm f/1.8 DX. I do love taking photograph of street photography, and taking picture of human expression (usually head-shot)...
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For my D90 I carried around a Blue Crane Digital inBrief plastic laminated field reference card. I have a D7200 now but it seems Blue Crane doesn't have a guide for that one. They do have a guide for the D7100. PhotoBert has a folding Cheat Sheet for the D7200 but it gets some dings for the print being too small. Does anyone have the Blue Crane reference card for the D7100, and is that one close enough to the D7200 to be satisfactory for the D7200? Thanks!
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Hello to all, I am a new member here and I wanted to share a problem I have with the setup of the title. The problem is that the lens is unable to focus beyond 1m and everything comes out blurry. When I try to focus with AF either through the viewfinder or in Liveview, the focus ring goes all the way beyond infinity, but the image is still blurry, as if it needed to be turned more to be focused. I have also tried to focus manually, again through the viewfinder and in liveview, but the results...
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Hello to all, I am a new member here and I wanted to share a problem I have with the setup of the title. The problem is that the lens is unable to focus beyond 1m and everything comes out blurry. When I try to focus with AF either through the viewfinder or in Liveview, the focus ring goes all the way beyond infinity, but the image is still blurry, as if it needed to be turned more to be focused. I have also tried to focus manually, again through the viewfinder and in liveview, but the results...
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Watching some used specimens of each of these lenses. Primary use argument is primarily for kids' indoor sports (floorball, average to bad lighting) on D7200. I also have a D90 and a D3300 at present so ability to use on those bodies is a consideration but probably not the main one. Nikon 85mm f1.8 - AF-S or AF-D Lots of posts around the internet recommend the 85mm. Some reports say that the older AF-D version actually focuses faster than the new AF-S G version. Not sure absence of MF...
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