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  • This piece of gadgetry is definitely a serious weapon that you can use for your photographic activities
  • A prominent problem with DSLRs though is that their sensors are very prone to dust
  • If you're an amateur photographer and are planning to move a step up, then the D90 is probably the best investment you'll ever make

    • by rambo78
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      In the age of rapidly changing technology, the Nikon D90 stands firm in its place as a great go-to gadget for amateur and professional photographers alike. Solid and sporting a somewhat heavy body, you won’t feel as if you have a toy in your hand when you take your shots. This piece of gadgetry is definitely a serious weapon that you can use for your photographic activities.

      Coming in with


      a whopping 12.3 megapixels, the images taken with the D90 can be blown up to as much as 11×14 inches, making even the most trigger-happy of wedding photographers satisfied. Those using it for non-commercial activities can also benefit. Imagine a large printout of your child or family which you can hang on your wall this is all possible with the D90.

      A prominent problem with DSLRs though is that ...


      • their sensors are very prone to dust. But Nikon finally jumped on the bandwagon and installed the camera with a self-cleaning system which shakes off the dust accumulated on the sensor with a touch of a button. Now you won’t have to worry about taking your camera to the shop for cleaning.

        Quality-wise, the D90 gives amazingly sharp and vibrant photographs. But when reaching high ISOs (from 3200 and above),

        the images get slightly distorted and a bit grainy.

        Otherwise, the D90 is a very solid camera with an understandably hefty price tag. If you’re an amateur photographer and are planning to move a step up, then the D90 is probably the best investment you’ll ever make. It’s simple enough for beginners to handle but it also has all the functions that a professional photographer would want to have in his/her camera.




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