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The Nikon D90 SLR Digital Camera, with its 12.3-megapixel DX-format CMOS, 3" High resolution LCD display, Scene Recognition System, Picture Control, Active D-Lighting, and one-button Live View, provides photo enthusiasts with the image quality and performance they need to pursue their own vision while still being intuitive enough for use as an everyday camera. It features Nikon's EXPEED image processing engine to deliver outstanding images featuring fine details, smooth tones, rich colors and low noise across a wide ISO sensitivity range, and significantly accelerate camera performance on all levels. With a start up time of just 0.15 seconds and a shutter release lag time of approx. 65 milliseconds, the D90 delivers instant response, and provides continuous shooting at a rapid 4.5 frames per second. In addition, the D90 introduces the D-Movie mode, allowing for the first time, an interchangeable lens SLR camera that is capable of recording 720p HD movie clips.
LCD Screen Size: 3 in
Memory Card Support: Secure Digital (SD) Card, Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Card
Effective Megapixels: 12.3 Megapixel
Camera Type: Digital SLR Camera
Image Stabilization: Optical
Lens Mount: Nikon F
Product Title: Nikon D90 Black SLR Digital Camera Kit w/ 18-105 mm Lens
Power Score: 4.6 | 152 Reviews
Total Pixels: 12900000
Image Sensor: CMOS
Maximum Video Capture Resolution: 1280 x 720
Flash: Auto Flash, Flash OFF, Red-eye Reduction
Camera Body Only: Body with Lens Kit
Interface Connection: 1 x USB, 1 x Video Out, 1 x DC Power In
Optical Zoom: 5.8 X
Focal Length: 18 mm to 105 mm (Lens 1)
Max Aperture: 3.5 1/f
Height: 4.1 in
Weight: 1.37 lbs
Width: 5.2 in
Depth: 3.0 in
Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
Image Format: JPEG, NEF, RAW
Continuous Shooting Speed: 4 frames/s (fps)
Maximum Frame Rate: 24 frames/s (fps)
White Balance: Auto, Manual, Preset Modes, TTL Auto
Max Focal Length: 105 mm
Focus Features: Auto Focus, Focus Lock, Manual Focus, Multiple Point Focusing
Video Capture Format: AVI, MJPEG
General Features: Pictbridge Support, Rangefinder Camera, Self Timer
Number of Resolution Modes: 6
Image Sensor Quantity: 1
Included Components: Cables - Audio/Video, Cables - USB, Carrying Strap, External Battery Charger
Number of Scene Modes: 5
Metering Characteristics: Center-weighted, Spot
Focal Length Conversion Factor (SLR): 1.5
Minimum Shutter Speed: 30 sec.
Power Source: DC Input, Lithium Ion Battery
Min Aperture: 38 1/f
Exposure Compensation Range (±): 1 EV
Min Focus Distance: 17.7 in
Bulb Setting: Yes
ISO Equivalencies: 200, 3200, 400, 6400, 800
Min Focal Length: 18 mm
Max Horizontal Image Resolution: 4288 pixels
Shutter Lag: 65 ms
Maximum Shutter Speed: 4000 1/x sec.
Exposure Settings: AE Lock, Aperture Priority, Auto Exposure, Exposure Bracketing, Manual Exposure, Multiple Program Modes, Shutter Priority
Max Vertical Image Resolution: 2848 pixels
Product Reviews (21)
Love this camera!!!
I have just upgraded to this camera from a d3100. What an improvement!!! I can do so much more with this camera... and I am having fun with the 18-105 lens
By JennyP on Adorama - Aug 27, 2013
A nice step up!
This camera was a step up from the D60 and I can see the difference between the two. The D90 is a great camera for what I want to use it for. I do photo shoots for family and friends and with the D90 I can see the difference in the quality of the prints. I am still learning the features of the camera. Starting to shoot in RAW and notice the differences.
By The camera guy on Adorama - Aug 13, 2013
Not what I needed
My impression during the brief period I had the camera was that it takes excellent pictures. I'm sure I barely scratched the surface of its abilities. I used to use 35-mm film cameras (Pentax, Yashica), but for a number of years have carried around the latest incarnation of Casio's pocket-sized wonders, and I soon realized that I simply would not take many pictures with the (to me) oversized...
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My impression during the brief period I had the camera was that it takes excellent pictures. I'm sure I barely scratched the surface of its abilities. I used to use 35-mm film cameras (Pentax, Yashica), but for a number of years have carried around the latest incarnation of Casio's pocket-sized wonders, and I soon realized that I simply would not take many pictures with the (to me) oversized Nikon. Adorama's return policy was straightforward and just as advertised.
By wombler on Adorama - Jul 30, 2013
Very good camera
Coming from D40 so this is an upgrade for me. Color is accurate and gives very good image quality. It is fast and very easy to use. The info button is a real plus as it shows you the current camera settings and you can make quick adjustments there too. I don't use the video mode as I prefer to use a camcorder for that purpose. Overall, a very good camera.
By Kenny on Adorama - Jul 17, 2013
The D90 fit my system perfectly
I've owned the D80 for a number of years now and have wanted the D90 to compliment my camera system. It's the better of the two with live view, a larger LCD and more menu options to name a few. The best part is, both use the same battery and battery grip
By Papageo09 on Adorama - Jul 16, 2013