so if you wanted hands on video, well i don't know of such, but i can tell you a bit about camera..
so first i would like to tell you that probably all nikon ameras measure exposure to expose shadows correctly witch can result in overexposed images, that's why i prefer manual shooting mode
on the noise part: if you have read gordons review you could see that nikon features backlit sensor that is very low on noise, i used iso 800 with very low noise levels, but when shooting in high iso on more than 2/3, maybe 3/4 of zoom range, the sharpness drops a bit so it made me a few problems
on the post processing, well in post processing i use adobe lightroom 3, to correct exposure, maybe add sharpness, but mostly to increase vibrance and saturation, very quick adjustments that make your picture much better, but people told me that p.p. on this level can be skipped by altering the optimize image in camera options, i personally can't guarantee for the results since i rarely use those options.
video on the camera is nice, it's got a stereo mic on top, but the price for that is no hot shoe for flash and other accessories, and i personally hate that, but i managed to get over it.
if you want to you can check my flickr (signature), all the photos there are from this camera with a bit of processing.
oh, and one more important note: this camera doesn't shoot RAW type images
if you got any questions feel free to ask..
nikon d90 --->af-s dx 18-105mm; tamron 90mm macro
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