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Nikon D90

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Nikon D90

The D90 is a dSLR with a DX CMOS 15.8x23.6mm image sensor with 12.3 megapixel 4288 x 2848 resolution. It has 1fps continuous shooting speed at full resolution and Multi-shot 16, a 3.0 inch wide-angle TFT 230K LCD monitor (with 170-degree wide-angle viewing) and 3200 ISO setting. The camera has 45MB internal memory with expandability via SDHC/SD Storage Media. The camera has Image Stabilization, White Balance Preset, Playback functions, and hi-speed USB interface. The camera measures 57 x 9…

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Nikon D90

The D90 is a dSLR with a DX CMOS 15.8x23.6mm image sensor with 12.3 megapixel 4288 x 2848 resolution. It has 1fps continuous shooting speed at full resolution and Multi-shot 16, a 3.0 inch wide-angle TFT 230K LCD monitor (with 170-degree wide-angle viewing) and 3200 ISO setting. The camera has 45MB internal memory with expandability via SDHC/SD Storage Media. The camera has Image Stabilization, White Balance Preset, Playback functions, and hi-speed USB interface. The camera measures 57 x 94 x 22.5 mm and weighs 125 g. It is available in Midnight Black, Deep Red and Smoke Gray colour.

Features

The D90 features EXPEED processing technologies NIKKOR optics and continuous shooting at 4.5 frames-per-second, HD movie mode for recording cinematic-quality 24 frames per second movie clips with sound at up to 720p HD (1280 x 720 pixels) in Motion JPEG format, as well as a built-in 4-frequency image sensor cleaning, 11-point AF system, one-button Live View, 3D Color Matrix Metering II with Scene Recognition System, five advanced scene modes plus Program Auto, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority and Manual, and Auto Active D-Lighting. IT also features In-Camera Image Editing and GPS geo-tagging: GP-1 via an optional GPS unit that provides automatic real-time geo-tagging.

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  • Which lens is best to purchase? 18-105 w/ a 70-300 or an 18-200

    Is it better to go with an 18-105mm & a 70-300 lens or should I just get an 18-200 lens? I will be taking pictures of houses in & out and action shots of 2 wild & crazy boys. I also like to take pictures of little things close up like bugs, flowers & plants. Is it possible to get an additional wide angle lens to "snap on" to one of the lens? THANK YOU THANK YOU!!

    Answered by stefan 2009-07-14:

    The 18-200 is a great allround lens that should be a great choice in any situation. The range on the 70-300 might be rather limiting loosing everything from normal to the wide end.. The 18-105 is a good lens in terms of the money you have to spend on it. You can check Ken Rockwells raving review of the 18-200 also : http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/18200.htm

    Answered by valg 2010-04-20:

    i have nikon d90 what is a good lens to take large group photos

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