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PostPosted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 9:01 am 
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cheers gnat
sorry it came with 18-105 the kit lens.


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just got my D90 and very hapy with it..how many great shot you can shoot with it...just having a trigger happy mode with it..cool :lol:

D90 owners..cheersss


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i've got one hand on my d90 and the other is waving to you all :)


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cheers gnat
sorry it came with 18-105 the kit lens.

He said 18-55 or bigger will do just fine. Yours is bigger so you're clear :D
Just mess around with the settings
Aperature (F number) will allow you to control depth of field (a small F number (F numbers are inverted so F22 is small and F2,8 is big) means that more of your picture is focused, while a bigger number will mean that less of your picture is focused and the rest is blurred) and with the shutter speed controls how long the exposure lasts (slower shutter speeds will makes it easier to get sharper pictures but they need lots of light to work otherwise its just black, while longer shutter speeds will make it hard to keep your picture sharp because any movement while the shutter is open results in motion blur but they will be better lit because there is more light coming into the sensor)
Shutter speed is also dependant on the aperature setting, bigger F numbers means you can have shorter exposures...




Anyways, we got our dad a D90 with a 18-105 VR and a 70-300 VR lens. :D


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Well Im very new here but i got mine yesterday.


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Well, After a long search and compare i was going for the Nikon D5000.
But i wouldn't be writing this hear if i hadn't bought the D90 in the end. A Store salesman was able to convince me (he had no idea i wasn't gonna buy in the shop and order on the internet).

So far i am very pleased on what it can do, but sometimes it won't do what i wish it to do. My first DSLR...

Well practice, I guess.


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+1 nikon d90 owner :D

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from the camera I considered replacing with the new D7000.

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paired with some nikkor primes(50mm 1.4 and 85mm 1.4). I suppose I missed the way this thing worked.

I'm not rushing out to get a d7000 anytime soon.

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Either the D90 or the D7000 for me, the D90 goes for 'bout $700 in Canada, so I can get it VERY cheap!

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Hey Guys!

Proud new owner of a D90. Upgraded from a D60 and I'm am very pleased. Got my D90 + 18-105 + 32GB class 10 (free) + LowePro filter case (free) for 999$ CAD. Pretty happy.

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That's great, welcome to the club!

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just got my D90 :D I think its good for beginners like me.


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I sold my 5yr old D200 and bought a 6mth old D90 just before Christmas, still under warranty :)

The main reason for the switch was I needed something lighter with Live view [albeit just for lower to ground shots] as I have a back injury. The D200 was pulling on me a bit much when around my neck also. The lighter D90 is just right, and I find it produces better IQ when shooting RAW at least. I find I don't need to process my images as much, the better ISO noise handling being another good reason.

Love it so far. It will do me until i can finally scrape together enough to get me a D300s or D400 ... whenever that may come around.

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Had my D90 for 18 months now and love it. Still feel I'm growing into it - it's so easy to use with all the buttons in the right place (except AF mode which I have mapped on to the FN button). At present I am focussing on developing the rest of my kit. What's great is that I know that it will do
justice to any lens that I put on it. I do hope to get another body in the future but it will be to use alongside the D90, not as a replacement.

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Hi,

New owner of D90 + 16-85 VR.

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