Nikon P90 Reviews and Resources

The Nikon P90 is a 12.1 megapixel point and shoot camera with a 24x optical zoom and 3″ LCD screen.  It also boasts a 15 frame per second capture rate.  Of course, with the superzoom lens, it features optical vibration reduction to reduce camera shake blur.  In the “why bother” category, Nikon gives the P90 a max sensitivity of ISO 6400.  The Nikon P90 should be available in March 2009 for $399.95.  Check availability on

Nikon P90 Reviews

Imaging Resource

For most people the Nikon P90 will produce good enough output for common print sizes, despite the overaggressive noise suppression, but Auto white balance will often disappoint, and the lens could use a hood.

Let’s Go Digital

The Nikon Coolpix P90 is a versatile mega zoom camera with advanced features.

I have few complaints about the picture quality offered by the camera. Watch out for purple fringing from time to time. It may need to be cleaned up with a tool such as Photoshop.


The Nikon Coolpix P90 is an almost kind of camera, offering an attractive overall package but ultimately falling short in certain key areas when compared to its main rivals.

Trusted Reviews

The Nikon Coolpix P90 is a superb camera, certainly one of the best super-zoom bridge cameras on the market, with plenty to appeal to the enthusiast while still retaining some ease of use for the novice.

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