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
Summary: The Nikon N90S/F90X is as advanced as any film camera needs to be. You can get more bells and whistles on an F100 or F5 or F6; but all you really need is on the 90. It has fast autofocus, matrix metering, rapid motor drive, and top-level flash capabilities.
Pros: Strong construction and weatherproofing, Fast AF, Superb and flexible metering, Fast motor drive, Extended flash capabilities, Low price for used examples
Cons: It doesn't have mirror lockup, A special coating on the back wears off of some early units, You can't take it with you when you die
Summary: The ability of this camera to focus just the way you want it is uncanny. It can focus through miniblinds to the image beyond. It integrates the optional flash to the onboard computer linking zoom, focus distance and using multi-segment measurements to perform TTL on the most likely subject.
Summary: The Nikon N90S is an excellent camera. The controls are easy to operate, and I have had excellent results using both manual settings and program settings. The camera feels comfortable in my hands, and the controls are in good positions.
Pros: Flexible options, excellent quality
Cons: accessories to access some camera capabilities are expensive
Summary: Nikon's N90s has been on the market a few years. The newer F100 and F5 offer more features (at higher prices). When the F100 was introduced the N90s became significantly less expensive, and consequently a better value. It now offers a great set of features for the money.
Excerpt: I have been using this camera for 10 years and it is a great value workhorse with just enough technical options to create great photos but not making the camera difficult to use. This camera does not come with a built in flash but supports the Nikon flashes with fast shutter support.
Molto attempata ma straordinariamente valida ancora
24 May 2014
Summary: La Nikon F90x è probabilmente la più vecchia fotocamera semi professionale che io abbia ancora . La acquistai tanto tempo fa, perché ricordo che avevo bisogno di una macchina dalle alte prestazioni .
Pros: Macchina fotografica ancora valida nonostante i tanti anni dall'uscita