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Nikon D90 SLR Digital Camera Sample Photos

Marketed: 27-Aug-2008
Megapixels: 12.3
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Wendy K. Dayne04-Feb-2013 13:49
Nikon D90, the best digital SLR camera there is! Plus, it's worth the price...
Rob Craftsman01-Aug-2012 20:46
Hey, Debabrata Ray -- where did you get your MB-D80 battery grip? Any suggestions/tips from others are appreciated, too.
air ambulance20-Jun-2012 20:47
now THIS is a nice camera.
Debabrata Ray14-Nov-2010 16:48
Amazing camera - I upgraded from a D70 and this is such a welcome change for me. I have attached the MB-D80 battery grip to the body and now it feels so much more better to hold and use. My pictures taken with the D90 are here:http://www.flickr.com/photos/dr_photos/
john newman15-Jul-2010 04:47
great camera, started using it in place of d300 for weddings, sports, etc. Nice colors and with external battery pack attached you can shoot all day. Much lighter and easier to use. Went from my back up camera to #1 pretty quickly.
ale6530-Jun-2010 19:08
The camera is very good indeed; if you get better results with old D40, in my personal opinion the problem is you, not the camera.
Frank Wilson17-Apr-2010 22:48
OOOppppps! I began with a D40 and then "moved up" to the D90. As time goes on I find myself more often than not "moving down" to my old D40 and getting much better results. I don't know what got into me. Somehow I thought a bigger number and more money would mean a better camera. NOT!
Frank Wilson17-Apr-2010 22:47
I began with a D90 and then "moved up" to the D90. As time goes on I find myself more often than not "moving down" to my old D40 and getting much better results. I don't know what got into me. Somehow I thought a bigger number and more money would mean a better camera. NOT!
Pierre Rousseau11-Feb-2010 20:17
I guess I'll have to buy one then, to get it out of my system.
Pierre Rousseau21-Dec-2009 19:13
I am utterly sick of the increasingly redundant $-sucking gadgets. Is there a way to convert a Nikon FM to FX digital?
10leksick10-Aug-2009 17:12
I'm sorry for my very bad english.
I think you can add colors with a fonction in...
Shooting menu -> Set picture control -> (you must chose) -> and to finish, Saturation.
Agni31-Jul-2009 10:34
Halloooo000OO
Photodelles17-Jul-2009 11:30
I do not like the colors, I am really disappointed, D80 was better and D40 was the best! More pixels but less quality, not good!!!
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http://hepnar.pl/index.php?option=com_rsgallery2&Itemid=33 pictures taken with D90
Photo Studio Singapore - Pro Photographers Photography Services16-Mar-2009 23:40
good all round buy...battery drains significantly faster than d80 though...
Guest 06-Mar-2009 16:27
fantastic camera
Guest 06-Mar-2009 16:27
fantastic camera
Lou Giroud18-Feb-2009 05:00
Pierre is right in some way. Since commercialization of the Nikon D70 and Rebel 300, I have not seen any noticeable progression of picture quality at all. Only software rework, noise cheats to push iso rates, AF accuracy and internal to camera useless or non needed technology progresses. There are 2 systems on the market that look different, the Fuji S Pro series and all the others. Compared to an S5 all the rest looks flat and the same, simply digital what ever the pixel count is. Saying today that one or the other makes better shots is bullshit. When I rework my D70 raw files with capture NX today, I find exactly the same picture that any of today's cameras does, nothing better, nothing worse.
So, best is to get an elder model, rework on computer with today's software and you are done for a lot cheaper. The only unique camera i found was Fuji S1/2/3/5 bodies. here too, the cameras have progressed in technology, pictures is not better not worse on any of the 4 models despite of the fact that the rendering and dynamic are unique and very film like.
Pierre Rousseau16-Feb-2009 17:06
This morning I'm looking with another subjective eye again. Now too many samples from the D90 look smeary, pasty and off-color to me. I think I am increasingly uneasy because the digital camera business reflects the technological singularity. As a species we are already so caught up in the relentless, nearly gravitational pull of the aggregate of half-connected pockets of artificial intelligence, including the artificial intelligence of our own deeply conditioned minds, no-one really has a clue what to think or what they're doing.
Pierre Rousseau16-Feb-2009 05:19
I must say, the samples of the D90's photography are amazing. Maybe I'll allow myself to be obliviously sucked into the black hole of technological singularity. Maybe humans cannot stop it and at least I'll be happier for the next few years we have left.
Pierre Rousseau14-Jan-2009 13:02
I know Nikon is the best, but I am just a little bit sick of all the add-on gadgetry to validate higher profits. Like I said, Nikon. Give us a $600 FX camera too, with a square 36mm x 36mm sensor, 1x, 100% glass prism without lcd and manual focus only. That would really put it in a different niche.
Pierre Rousseau14-Jan-2009 01:13
D90 = gadget-arousal, aka "profiting from conditioned human stupidity." I'm waiting for Nikon to produce a basic FX dslr with msrp of $600, $500 street. I KNOW THEY CAN DO IT. Why don't they? Because Canon and Nikon wrongly think it would disturb the desirable pattern of having the consumer by his and her well-conditioned balls. They are wrong. It is altogether a different market. And why do they not mind people writing as I am writing here? It is like the USA's duplicitous BCS college football system where the eventual champion is strongly determined by popular vote and journalistic nincompoopery. Controversy sells. When someone points out the obvious stupidity, there is enough variety of stupid people who disagree. The result is that there is more kneejerk discussion and people become even more stupid. They welcome this kind of "negative" comment.
Portmanteau11-Nov-2008 06:11
Best sub-$1500 camera on the market as of this posting. Very close to the D300 in features and performance, and better performance/features/image quality than any other crop-sensor camera from any manufacturer to date, period. If you want significantly better than this, then your options are 1) D700 or 2) D3.

For best out of camera jpeg results, use Standard picture style and ***set Brightness to -1***! This made a big difference for me. Increase default sharpening several notches, and saturation a bit. Also increase contrast to your liking. If you like a warmer tone to your images, set auto white balance bias to -3 (or A3, can't remember which it is).

Auto D-lighting works well, but will decrease contrast in some scenes (this may or may not be desireable). I have the matrix meter permanently adjusted to -2/6EV (-1/3). Matrix Metering consistency is improved since the D80, but still not quite perfect. High ISO is excellent. ISO 1600 is usable for large prints, ISO 3200 is usable for small prints in reasonable lighting, and even ISO 6400 is sometimes okay in good lighting. Some "fading" of color and contrast at high iso (above 1600), like all CMOS sensor cameras. Best high ISO performance from Nikon since the original D40, IMO.
Avril Searle01-Nov-2008 12:52
Took my new D90 to Bruges with a Nikon 16-85mm lens. Very contrasty light; had to turn down the contrast settings to minimal. Good colours, better than the D200 which I sold. Light, intuitive camera which mostly produces good jpgs which little if no PP.One or two settings I miss but overall a solid, great performer.
Take a look at some samples.
http://www.pbase.com/avrilsearle/bruges
Avril Searle01-Nov-2008 12:52
Took my new D90 to Bruges with a Nikon 16-85mm lens. Very contrasty light; had to turn down the contrast settings to minimal. Good colours, better than the D200 which I sold. Light, intuitive camera which mostly produces good jpgs which little if no PP.One or two settings I miss but overall a solid, great performer.
Take a look at some samples.
http://www.pbase.com/avrilsearle/bruges
Avril Searle01-Nov-2008 12:52
Took my new D90 to Bruges with a Nikon 16-85mm lens. Very contrasty light; had to turn down the contrast settings to minimal. Good colours, better than the D200 which I sold. Light, intuitive camera which mostly produces good jpgs which little if no PP.One or two settings I miss but overall a solid, great performer.
Take a look at some samples.
http://www.pbase.com/avrilsearle/bruges
wwyrick16-Oct-2008 22:37
Some more D90 pictures here

http://www.pbase.com/wwyrick/nikon_d90&page=all
Guest 15-Oct-2008 01:27
I have posted a bunch of D90 samples
JLK14-Oct-2008 02:13
A few pictures from the D90 here.

www.pbase.com/jaelkay/d90
David Henry12-Oct-2008 17:24
I have had it a couple of days as I post this.
I am pretty impressed with it so far.
My pbase test gallery for it is at:

http://www.pbase.com/dhenry/gallery/d90_test_shots
Inal08-Oct-2008 15:06
Fantastic Camera. I replaced my long loved D50 with this one. User friendly menu, Amazing LCD and having two dials and extra megapixels for crop is just the icing. If you'd like to see some samples with D90 and 80-200mm f/2.8 visit this gallery.

http://www.pbase.com/levent/julia__sunday_fashion_show

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