Category Archives: Nikon D90

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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Nikon D3x is good (from Chase Jarvis and others)

Update: this is how Chase answered my question on the noise level issues: “I didn’t experience any unjust noise at 800 with properly exposed images. 1600 even looked nice. I ultimately might be willing to shoot the D3 at higher ISO than the D3x, but that’s really transcending what the D3x is meant for… Compared […]

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Rumor: Nikon D90 firmware upgrade coming next week

Next week Nikon should release a new firmware for the Nikon D90 according to this email I received today: “Nothing crazy. Some interface improvements. Apparently an ISO tweak. There’s nothing that can be done about the Jello Video thing… It’s a hardware problem, that will probably be there even in the next couple of generations […]

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