Nikon D90

The Nikon D90 was originally released in 2008 as a follow up to the Nikon D80. Much like its predecessor, it is an amazing dSLR for the price. The Nikon D90 retails at approximately $750 to $850 but this will vary by store. The price for a Nikon D90 would be increased quite a bit if it was purchased with lenses included. A Nikon D90 camera with 18-105mm lens could easily cost $1,100 to $1,200. This is always a great option if you want to get the most out of your Nikon camera.

Even with the Nikon D90 being over two years old, it is still looked at as one of the top value dSLR cameras on the market. For anyone shopping with a budget of $1,000 or less, this is definitely a considerable investment as it is superior to most sub-$1,000 digital cameras.

The Nikon D90 digital camera with an 18-105mm lens is an immaculate product which cannot be compared to any other on the market. At the time of release this was one of the most hyped and well delivered digital cameras to date. Even as just a slight upgrade of the D80 model, the Nikon D90 digital camera is a great step up and is still a solid investment today.

Nikon D90 vs. Nikon D300
The Nikon D90 would be just a step down from the Nikon D300. It still achieves most that this camera can but there are a few aspects where the D300 will prosper. However, this does not necessarily mean that the Nikon D300 is a superior value to the Nikon D90.

The Nikon D90 is extremely affordable in comparison to the D300 model and it also offers movie shooting in dSLR. In fact, the Nikon D90 is the very first digital camera to be capable of recording video. Ultimately, the Nikon D90 may not be as good as the Nikon D300 but for the price difference it really is a better investment.

Movie Mode

The movie mode available with the Nikon D90 is very innovative but it is not all it could be. In future models of digital cameras it could be enhanced though. At the time this was the first instance where a dSLR camera was able to shoot video.

With a resolution of 1280×720, you can record approximately five minutes of video clips. With a resolution of 600×480, you can record approximately 20 minutes of video clips. The movie mode not be the main factor in whether you purchase a Nikon D90 but it does set it apart from many other dSLR cameras on the market.

Quick Specs

Some of the important specifications of the Nikon D90 include: 12.3 megapixels, 3.0” LCD (TFT), innovative dust reduction design, power-saving design, 4.5fps shooting, 0.15s start-up time, and the camera only weighs approximately 620g’s by itself. If you are interested in purchasing the Nikon D90 digital camera then you will want to look for a full specs sheet so you are fully informed on what this camera can offer you.

Overall Design
The overall design of the Nikon D90 is perfect. It appears to be a very professional camera but it is still very easy to use. Anyone accustomed to Nikon cameras will be pleased to know that the Nikon D90 features the same button layout as most other Nikon cameras. The Nikon D90 features a simple menu and interface which is easy to navigate and will be very easy to adapt to. The Nikon D90 digital camera is also designed to offer you noise reduction, dust removal, photo information, and preset shooting styles for quicker use.

The Nikon D90 is a solid investment for its price. There are many digital cameras which are higher in price and do not deliver nearly as much bang for the buck as the Nikon D90 can. If you are looking for a great dSLR camera which has many unique features then the Nikon D90 may be just for you. The innovative movie mode in dSLR shooting alone is proof that the Nikon D90 is not like many other dSLR cameras. To close, if you are shopping for a good digital camera under $1,000 then you should consider purchasing the Nikon D90 camera.

This Nikon D90 Review is Written/Updated on Jan 30th, 2011 and filed under Consumer Electronics. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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