I'm looking for a entry/mid range DSLR recently and Nikon D90 has caught my attention. After checked its specifications, I found that its viewfinder is only approx. 96% coverage of the frame, which will look similar like the following picture gotten from dpreview.com(review on D3100).
(Nikon D3100: 95% viewfinder)
Would you think that it is a serious shortcoming which brings inconvenience to a photography hobbyist? I think it's higher chance that I need to do cropping in PP to remove the things that I can't see through the viewfinder during the photoshooting. I prefer to shoot via viewfinder instead of LCD screen.
Is there any Nikon DSLR at the price range of D90 that provides 100% coverage viewfinder?