Not up to the latest technology, but hard to pass up at current prices!
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!
Summary: I have never owned a film Nikon AF camera. My digital is a D40 and my film cameras are the mecahnical and manual focus Nikkormat FT, FT2 and FM. I love my mechanical and manual focus cameras.I heard that N90s is a good camera, and decided to own one AF.
Summary: The Nikon N90s was Nikon's top of the line consumer camera for many years. The thing I most like about it is the ability to meter through ai and ais lenses. It is amazingly fast. It is well built and takes great pictures. The drawbacks are a noisy AF motor and the lack of a built in flash.
Summary: This camera is a great value. It was one of the best cameras during its time and it still impresses. It was replaced by the great F100. But, this one is 1/3 the price of F100 and it's 2/3 or more of what F100 is. Pros: - Price. About $100 for a good specimen.
Excerpt: I shoot black and white most of the time, with colour film only coming out for wildlife shoots, and i have to say that the f90x really hits the spot when it comes to black and white art photography.
Pros: Reliable, durable, cost effective and overall a brilliant quality camera
Excerpt: This camera has all the functions anyone could want. It's totally automatic, semi-automatic and manual with great variations. The ease of use is a great selling point. The various options will keep the photographer happy for hours. Shoot a single frame, or 2 per second or 4+ per second.
Excerpt: I owned a Nikon F301 in my teens and that camera was brilliant! I then caught the Auto focus bug and purchased a Canon EOS 100 which took brilliant pictures nearly as good as the Nikon and the auto focus was ultra fast and you could hardly hear it focusing, the Nikon is not as quiet but not to...
Pros: Build, reliability, image quality, functions, the name & value for money especially second hand
Cons: to heavy for some, slightly noisy focusing, lenses and flash units expensive
Excerpt: A good camera never dies, it simply gets a few more scratches. I have owned and used a Nikon F90-X for over 3 years, and have found it faultless and very solid. A bit on the heavy side perhaps, but the pro grip (vertical shooting) and the very accurate matrix metering system more than make up for...
Excerpt: I have owned one of these cameras for some considerable time. I am a semi=professional photographer and use the camera for photographing weddings. It is a camera that can be easily used in auto and manual modes. It has a couple of different metering and is robust and reliable.
Conclusion: Att använda: 3 Hållbarhet: 4
min analoga källa i en digital värld .
bra , fast inte samma känsla som ex F4:an eller
F 5:an , har batterigreppet till som gör att den
är stabilare att hålla , överlag mycket lättarbetad
kamera med de vanligaste funktionerna o klarar sig
bra i konkurensen.
Pros: bra display , reglage . lättanvänd. bra sökare / bra tyngt i kameran men ändå lätt ! ( har haft f4:an f3:an )