Nikon D90 Review at Digital Camera Info

Digital Camera Info has published a review of the Nikon D90.

Setting video aside, though, there’s an awful lot to like about this camera, from its fast burst mode to its fine low-light performance for flash-free photos and a Live View mode that’s still not perfect, but does prove comfortable and convenient in certain shooting situations.

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Nikon D90 Reviews at PhotographyBLOG and DP Review

PhotographyBLOG and DP Review have published reviews of the Nikon D90.

PhotographyBLOG – The Nikon D90 is a difficult camera to rate. When viewed as a ‘traditional’ SLR, it is simply an excellent camera that I very much enjoyed using. All the frequently used functions have direct controls assigned to them, be it aperture, shutter speed, ISO speed, file quality, drive mode, AF mode, AE Lock – you name it.

DP Review – We described the D80 as a photographer’s camera and, despite the addition of video, the D90 appears to share that same ethos. On a purely specification level, it’s a highly competitive piece of kit, but it’s the way the features have been chosen and put together that make it the camera that it is.

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Nikon D90 Review at Luminous Landscape

Luminous Landscape has posted a review of the Nikon D90 – primarily with regard to its video capabilities.

This is clearly a first generation product. Nikon saw an opportunity to add video capability to the DSLR and did so in a simple manner with little intention of creating a new type of hybrid camera. The D90 is a stills camera (and a very good one) at a very reasonable price, that happens to also shoot moderate quality video.

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Nikon D90 Review at PopPhoto

PopPhoto has reviewed the Nikon D90.

As a still camera, the D90 continues Nikon’s strong record in the midrange. While its videomaking is more than a little clunky, it’s the first (and, for now, the least expensive) DSLR with this capability. It’s a very worthy follow-up to the D80, and stacks up well against similarly priced cameras.

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Nikon D90 Review at PhotoReview

PhotoReview has posted a review of the Nikon D90.

In both available-light shots and flash shots in low light levels, the test camera turned in an outstanding performance, recording images with little visible noise and no sign of blotchiness. Imatest confirmed our subjective assessments and showed only a slight decline in resolution as ISO sensitivity was increased.

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Nikon D90 Review at DC Resource

DC Resource has posted its review of the new Nikon D90.

Photo quality was excellent. The D90 took well-exposed photos with pleasing, accurate colors. Images have the smooth look that is a D-SLR trademark, though plenty of detail is still captured. The D90 really impressed me at high ISOs.

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Nikon D90 Review at Think Camera

Think Camera has posted a full review of the Nikon D90 and its 18-105mm VR kit lens.

The D90 is a trophy of a middleweight camera, with the D-movie HD video mode tagging on an extra medal or two. No other DSLR in the world has a video feature to match; which no doubt opens up a whole new world of possibilities.

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Nikon D90 High ISO Samples + Video

Since the Nikon D90 is “Now Shipping“, I decided to head down to my local Wolf Camera to see if they had one in stock.  They did.

I stuck in a SanDisk Extreme III SD card and snapped the following sample shots.  All images are Fine JPEG shot in Program Mode.  Click the images to see the original file – they’re big files though.

Nikon D90 ISO 1600

Nikon D90 ISO 3200

Nikon D90 ISO 6400

One more at ISO 6400

See my initial impressions and a video sample after the break. [Read more...]

Nikon D90 “In Stock” at Ritz

Ritz Camera is now listing the Nikon D90 as “In Stock”.  If you pre-ordered, hopefully, you’ll be getting yours in a day or two.

If you’re looking to get yours out the door from Ritz on Monday, you might want to get your order in.  Here’s the link.

Sorry, but Amazon and Adorama are still showing up as “pre-orders” as of the time of this post (12:30pm ET).