Summary: I am still learning my Nikon D90 and all the functions it has - this quick reference card helps a lot. I would like it each section was separate - what I mean is this is one bug sheet that folds up - think it would be easier to use or find info if it were cut into separate cards and put on a ring of some sort so you can easily flip through it. Other than that it's a great product.
Summary: this is my 1st dslr. Great beginners camera to see if you want to upgrade to a better(several thousand $) camera later on. This is not a full frame camera and was expecting better pictures than what it takes. Maybe my pics will look better once I understand the settings better.
Excerpt: This is the best SLR I have ever bought. I bought the D80 which I thought was fantastic until the later model D90 came. The D90 gives a much clearer picture especially under low light conditions. I recommend this camera. I am now going to buy the compact A and see how it compares with the Panasonic TZ30 which too I found the best compact I have had, having tried the TZ10 and TZ20 earlier which I found good.
Excerpt: Ottimo corpo macchina soprattutto per iniziare ad avere a che fare con le Reflex. Ha tutto quello che serve e con un po' di pratica si possono fare foto anche a livello di professionista. Certamente però serve tempo e pazienza. Corpo macchina robusto e di dimensioni ottime, tutti i comandi al posto giusto, carica batteria fenomenale!
Summary: I bought a D3100 as my first DSLR and have had it just over a year. I love it but feel I have quickly outgrown it, (many years ago I had a couple of Minolta 35mm's). I keep reading all the latest reviews and thought of upgrading to the D5100, but that one still doesn't seem to be quite up to par with the trusted D90. For now I plan on getting the D90 (possibly refurbished) and keeping the D3100 as a back-up. Then save my money to put toward a D7100?
Excerpt: I eyed the D90 as soon as it came out. But I already had Canon and Pentax gear. After having left Canon for good, waiting for Pentax to come out with something like the K-7 but with the same sensor, and trying out my friend's D90, it was about the right time to go back to a dual system. Pictures from this camera still hold up well when compared to current offerings.