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Nikon F90X (N90S)
8.4 out of 10

Nikon F90X (N90S)

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Overall 10
10

Excellent product in its class

maslovmu58, Ebay
3 June 2014
  • Summary: Fast-focus, convenient functionality, the ability to use the flash, there are additional options, high quality, full compliance with the stated parameters. Great design. Wide choice of lenses. Automatic settings. Acceptable price. Good support of the manufacturer.
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Overall 10
10
Value for money 10
10

User Review

Photography Review
1 March 2014
  • Summary: I had two n90s Nikons. I used these primarily to photograph at Figure Skating shows, with low available light and constantly changing light. I bought the MF-26 back for both of them, which provides a little trick called "Focus Priority".
  • Pros: Very Fast Autofocus, Great Meter, Great Flash Camera, Very Good in low light, Great MF-26 Back
  • Cons: Somewhat heavy
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Overall 10
10

Great camera made better for what you pay for it

dirtyjameshd, Ebay
9 May 2013
  • Summary: I give this little gem the highest rating, easy to use. Even if you don't have a manual easy to figure out. I absolutely love the focus speed on this camera. Very fast, better than most of your modern midrange digitals..........Really!
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Overall 10
10

Great camera with a few quirks. Highly recommended for the FX curious.

jamesonnorth, Ebay
31 August 2012
  • Summary: I shoot semi professionally on Nikon DX format, and have been toying with the idea of going FX. Instead of renting one for a week at the cost of several hundred dollars, I decided to try out my lenses on a cheap but high quality film SLR.
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Overall 8
8.0

Not up to the latest technology, but hard to pass up at current prices!

tfb001, Ebay
12 January 2012
  • Summary: Nikon's film camera technology reached its peak with the F100, N80/F80 and of course the F5 and F6. The N90s/F90x isn't quite up to the level of those cameras but it still has a lot to offer the serious photographer who wants to shoot film, especially at the prices they go for these days!
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Overall 2
2.0

Nice looking, impossible to hold.

roastchicken0, Ebay
2 October 2011
  • Summary: beware of n90s they have a cosmetic issues with their back plate. it becomes sticky as the rubber decomposes. Nikon will charge $200.00 to maybe fix the problem with no admission of guilt. this tackiness gives the body a disgusting feeling that you do want to touch.
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Overall 10
10

Great Camera for the money.

jamesmturner, Ebay
11 July 2011
  • Summary: OK, IM A FILM LOVER! THE NIKON N90s is easy to use, fast and accurate! Just like it says on the box. Now it is also super cheap! I own 5 of them. I pass them out at family and friend get togethers and tell everyone to take pictures of what ever they want.
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Overall 10
10

Nikon F90X, Nikon Advanced Technology for years

ertsos_282, Ebay
8 May 2011
  • Summary: The Nikon N90S for US market and F90X for European market is a good choice for amateurs Photographers and beginners. It is a step behind F100 but even used by professionals in its day not only as a backup body.
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Overall 10
10

Professional-grade camera at a great price!

bnbjones291, Ebay
13 April 2011
  • Summary: I recently purchased one of these cameras with the MB-10 grip and MF-26 data back, and so far I am very pleased! Though I have yet to develop any film shot with my perticular camera I doubt I will have any issues. The MB-10 gives the camera a nice, solid feel and makes vertical shooting much easier.
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Overall 10
10

Nikon 35mm film wonder!!!

anfocus, Ebay
2 April 2011
  • Summary: Hey everybody! I am reviewing the Nikon N90s film camera body. This is a great, incredible and indispensable tool in 35mm film technology. I shoot B&W film (and sometimes Chrome & Color Negative- I know, old school!!) which I develop at home in my darkroom.
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