Nikon posts D90 brochure, sample photos, sample video


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RSSNewsRobot

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Nikon has posted a sixteen page brochure on the D90, as well as sample photos and sample video shot with the new camera.

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to me, if you go DSLR, forget about movie function, different interests

anyone can highlight what about the lens support fot D700/D90 AI/AIS supported?

so call lens support will not like D80/D70 fully mamual, the meter must work like D200/D1/D2?D3

if not, I will never buy it/them!

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Sometimes we don't need professional quality, but a decent movie to remember the place :) . It's a hassle to bring along digicam just to record movie , all the more when the quality is not really that great coming from the tiny sensor . Would love to see more of the sample video of this upcoming cam.
 

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Sometimes we don't need professional quality, but a decent movie to remember the place :) . It's a hassle to bring along digicam just to record movie , all the more when the quality is not really that great coming from the tiny sensor . Would love to see more of the sample video of this upcoming cam.
I agree with you on that!

Though even the sound of a "Movie Mode" from a Nikon DSLR seems waay too much wierd :bsmilie: :bsmilie: :bsmilie:

I would love to see the Shallow DOF in a movie! :angel:
 

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The lack of autofocus in movie mode is a bummer. But of course, what do u expect from a 1st Generation Video dSLR? The cycle of technology is just repeating itself. :D
 

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i still think DSLRs should be kept as a camera. not a video recorder. but of course the movie thingie is good to have. not a necessity.

i wonder how much its gonna cost once launched. anyone any ideas?
 

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Check this out, its from Nikon themselves that estimated to be US$1000, not US$1200. But its ESP, so it will be US$1000++, so should be about SG$1300+++, hopefully not SG$1800.:)


i still think DSLRs should be kept as a camera. not a video recorder. but of course the movie thingie is good to have. not a necessity.

i wonder how much its gonna cost once launched. anyone any ideas?
the last heard retail price was USD1299. so it will be around SGD1800+++... hhahaha i stress the +++ once again :p
 

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Check this out, its from Nikon themselves that estimated to be US$1000, not US$1200. But its ESP, so it will be US$1000++, so should be about SG$1300+++, hopefully not SG$1800.:)
read somewhere that the body itself will be USD995, and the kit set with the 18-105 VR will be 1299. so that should work up to a pretty large sum.

to think of it, i think i still love the range that my 18-135 gives me. its a lovely set.. dun think i will be upgrading anytime soon, unless they gives me a trade in option for my D80. ;p;p
 

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You are right, the US$1000 is body only. And according to KRW, some US website is accepting pre-order based on this price, so it should be quite firm. Anyway if its printed on the Nikon site, it should be quite firm, I don't think they will be so dumb to up the price later to make ppl upset.:)

read somewhere that the body itself will be USD995, and the kit set with the 18-105 VR will be 1299. so that should work up to a pretty large sum.

to think of it, i think i still love the range that my 18-135 gives me. its a lovely set.. dun think i will be upgrading anytime soon, unless they gives me a trade in option for my D80. ;p;p
 

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