Nikon D90

Announced Aug 27, 2008 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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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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Hi guys, I'm Rob, 25 yr old. Just recently, I've decided to pick up photography as a new hobby of mine. I've watched some videos already regarding some of the basics of photography but I still have yet to fully understand all the basic concepts. 2 things are running through my mind lately and I hope you guys could help me out: 1. Honestly speaking, is it a bit too late for me to start learning photography? I mean, some kids start as early as 16-18 yrs old.. Maybe I could never catch up to...
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Hi guys. I understand that the Nikor 18-55 (not sure about which of the versions) is considered really good for infrared. Which version is the best??? I just found out today that the 16-85 is supposed to be good also - but is it better than the best 18-55 version???? - even if more expensive, it could be a more convenient choice, as I could use a 67-77mm step filter (my Hoya R72 is 77mm) on it. From what I remember this lens is also really good for regular photography, was on my list before I...
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Hi, I need a bit help here. I have a Nikon D90 for about 8 years, looking for upgrade for a while and finally settled on X-T20 + 18-55mm.I received the kit a few days ago and start playing with it. "Small, light, sexy, and good lens, I like this", I thought. My kid and I went to a museum a couple of days ago. I put X-T20 in full auto mode and JPEG only (since I only had a slow SD card at that time) and start shooting, expected to see good photos.When I came home and loaded the photos to...
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Ok, I have replaced my tired old Nikon D90 and lenses with a new Fujifilm XT2 and a few lenses. I have decided to start charging for my photography mostly in an effort to pay for my hobby. I am spending way too much time in LR and Photoshop tweaking things. I am currently exploring the possibility of purchasing some presets to get me 90% of the way very quickly. I downloaded some free presets from Sleeklens and Cole's. Sleeklens seems to be a fairly good fit for my workflow. Does anyone have...
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Focusing on birds nestled amid tree branches is something my D90 could do easily with the front lens ring while holding shutter button half down. Does a similar capability exist on the FZ1000 without having to move a switch? Does the FZ2500 have a dedicated lens ring to adjust focus directly, like a manual override? I'm thinking the Sony RX-10 M3 does, but not sure. Thanks to anyone with experience on these cameras who can answer my questions. I am in the market for one of them but of course...
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I have been doing a lot of reading on this site and the forums, but this is my first post. I am considering buying a new camera for travel to get a zoom with a longer reach than my current equipment. The catalyst is an upcoming trip to the Canadian Rockies. What I would like to get are opinions on what type of camera would be a good choice for my needs. I currently have the following cameras: - Nikon D90 with the 16-85mm F3.5-5.6 lens - Canon G15 - Nikon AW130 The D90 is especially good for...
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I think I have finally discovered (without using the flash) how to avoid dark faces if there is a window behind the subject . Just select the dot only on the Metering selector Is that it? Nikon D90
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Hello, Like you, I have a lot of pictures stored on my computer. Do you know how to find the photos which were taken with a specific camera? I have (or had) a G11, D40, D90, P7800, P7100, V1, D7100, D3300, D7200, etc. How can I find on my HD all the pictures shot with my V1? I have PS CS6 with Bridge, DxO 11, NXD. Do these programs allow to sort pictures by camera? Thanks in advance! --Andréhttp://a.barelier.free.fr/
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