Review Nikon D90 DSLR Camera

Wonderful user interface and image quality You can tell the D90 was designed by photographers and not just enginers. Previous Nikon has produced several other kemera, such as D5100, D5200, D7000, and many more. But Nikon always answer the needs of consumers, by issuing a series D90 camera.

Nikon camera itself continues to experience growth in the field of production, by issuing a new camera with a higher specification. They target one of them is the Photographer who always follow the development of Nikon camera. Because has advanced features and quality are good.

Reviews : 

  • Designed for serious shooting, but fun to use! Lots of customizations.

  • I bought a used one from Green Earth Value, in Like new condition. Their description of the product was accurate.

  • There is nothing I can say negative about the D90. It's everything I was hoping it would be, and it's so worth the money to upgrade. I'm selling the D60 for half what I paid - and doing it gladly - because the D90 is worth more than it's being sold for. I absolutely highly recommend it.

  • Fantastic set of separate buttons on the camera to control parameters like ISO, white balance, metering, autofocus, image quality, shooting mode, etc.

  • Low noise high ISO capability (for low light shooting) I can shoot ISO 1600 with good image quality with this camera, while on my D40x I could only shoot with ISO 400 and obtain acceptable IQ. I will even use ISO 3200 frequently with very usable results!

  • Separate top-viewing LCD screen in addition to the rear high res screen, to show shooting parameters constantly

  • Eleven auto-focus points (not as nice as the 51 points on the D300, but substantially better than my D40x with its 3 points)

  • GPS option

  • The buffer will fill up after about 8 continuous RAW + JPG (FINE) shots. This number differs depending on the shooting parameters that you will choose. If you shoot primarily JPG, the buffer seems to allow a very large number of continuous shots, but I have not quantified this for JPG only.

  • HDMI output

  • High resolution 920K pixel LCD screen

  • Top notch camera ergonomics (but this will be a very personal opinion that differs for each shooter)

Product Description :

  • Recording HD / Wide Angle

  • Photo File Size 4288 x 2848

  • 12.3-megapixel DX-format CMOS imaging sensor

  • D-Movie Mode; Cinematic 24fps HD with sound

  • 5.8x AF-S DX Nikkor 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens included ( recommended )

  • 3-inch super-density 920,000-dot color LCD monitor

  • Capture images to SD/SDHC memory cards

  • GPS ( Optional ) HDMI Port : Yes

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