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Nikon D90 Info:

Nikon D90 Overview

  Announced in August 2008, the Nikon D90 replaced the much respected Nikon D80, and became the first DSLR ever to support a Video Mode.


  • MSRP: $999.95, Street Price: $868.00
  • Sensor Megapixels: 12.3 million
  • Sensor: CMOS, DX Format, 15.8 x 23.6mm
  • Base ISO 200-3,200 in steps of 1/3, 1/2, 1 EV. Extended ISO 100-6,400 (Lo-1 to Hi-1)
  • Autofocus Points/Areas: 11

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1 StarsReviewed By: Seamus
Review Date: 1/1/09

Pros: Video mode
Cons: Very cheap build quality, Soft JPG output, disappointing AWB

I was initially interested in the extra feature of the video HD, which was mediocre at best, no AF? What were you thinking Nikon? I also found this to be on the cheap side in terms of build quality. When holding, almost feels like a toy. It certainly doesnt make you think your holding a mid-range camera, but more a budget dslr. I would recommend the 450D over the D90 anyday. The D90 is essentially a "poor man's D300" if you cant afford it, dont skimp for this camera by all means.

5 StarsReviewed By: Jonas
Review Date: 11/27/08

Pros: Great ISO, very capable camera
Cons: Video could be better

Amazing little camera, fantastic image quality. Only real downside is that the Video mode could be improved (like adding autofocus, more control over exposure - although I bought it as a DSLR not a Video camera).

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