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Category Archives: Nikon D90

Something to keep you entertained while waiting for the announcement: Nikon D90 Gold (bling-bling)

Nikon D90 with 24K gold metal decoration on eBay (thanks P):

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Nikon advertisement survey

Nikon had an online survey (hosted on an independent website) for several Nikon DSLR ads – the name and model of the camera were covered. Note that they call it “The new… vs. Compromise” (more ads after the break): Click on link for more Nikon ads:

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“Reverie” – first feature film shot entirely on the Nikon D90

A feature film shot entirely on the Nikon D90 has been completed, and is in the process of being released (all this could be a prank, I don’t know at that point): Reverie Teaser (First Feature Shot on the Nikon D90) from ‘Reverie’: The First D90 Feature on Vimeo. From the email I received: The […]

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Nikon D90 rebate in Australia

UPDATE: this rumos is busted, in Australia the rebate is only valid for the D5000. No rebate for the D90. Just a small update: the rebate program in Australia will include also the Nikon D90. It should be official on Monday. NR rating: 85%

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Nikon D90 FATBOX now official

After several leaks in German sites (link) today Nikon officially announced the  Nikon D90 FATBOX:

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Manual D-Movie mode control update for Nikon D90 (and D5000)?

This rumor has been going around for a while and it seems that now Nikon confirmed it (according to a ProLost reader who received this email from Nikon): “We are working on an update to these equipments to allow manual selection of shutter speeds and ISO during D-Movie mode and more, we don’t have a […]

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Nikon D90: another price increase (UK) and LV bug

Amateurphotographer reports another 10% price increase of the Nikon D90 in the UK starting next month (May, 2009). The reason - exchange rate fluctuations. Expect this price increase to trickle-down to other countries as well. Now, the D5000 pricing will not be so close to the D90 price. According to this post in dpreview, Nikon support confirmed the D90 LV […]

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