Nikon D90 DSLR camera layout
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Bought the d90 after having my Eos 400d stolen in Venice!!!!!!!!!.........didnt like the 450 so
chose Nikon outfit........love the camera heavier then the Eos but feels great in the hands
and the viewfinder is stunning,have not taken many pics yet........maybe I should try and get
back to Venice!!
After reading for such a along time in the magazine and on the web,only two company's I finely decided to look for canon and nikon,there is nothing between them a part from their different name.So started to look for Canon 450D,500D, Nikon D3000, D5000,but trust me when you feel the D90 in your hand you know you holding some thing good and solid, Never had DSLR before but trust me if you like taking picture them nothing touches D90 for the price and picture quality.I went for the body only with 18-200 VRll lens 50mm lens and with speed 600 flush gun.I will never touch point and shoot camera again.My advice just go and feel the camera before you buy anything else.Yes nikon D5000 and canon 500D, will do the same thing but doing with Nikon D90 feels great good to hold and operate.
Bought the D90 with the 18-105 lens although I actually wanted the 18-200 offered on USA models ... as I was going to the snowy wastes of Antarctica (In summer though !). Camera perfromed magnificently. No problems with low temperatures and didn't need the two spares I tool ! Shooting Albatross (with the camera that is) was not easy and I needed to use both a high capacity 8gb card with a high speed download ExtremeIII. Shot in RAW/JEP and the camera kept up all the time. Conditions in the cold and damp had no effect on performance. The only question I wonder is whether or not I would have been better to buy a body only and the Tamron 18-270 lens to save on weight? ONly criticism ..the lens cap has no place for an attachment cord ! silly but relevant. Solved problem by always using a UV filter ...but there are times when I wouldn't wish to impare what is otherwise a fine lens with a front filter.
A great tutorial. Gotta get my DSLR right away. Some of my pictures can be viewed here http://dslrjourney.blogspot.com
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