Enjoy – official Nikon D90 pictures and specs – 100% legit (updated)

For our new readers (that have not seen our old posts) - announcement will be on August 27 (Wednesday).

Specs (100% legit):

Video recording
12,3 Mpx.
ISO 200-3.200 plus Lo1 (100) and Hi 1 (6.400)
3" 900.000 dots LCD
11 AF points
Live-View, AF contrast, Face detection
Matrix sensor for metering 420 pixels RGB
Powerful speaker (for video in review mode)

AF-S DX 18-105 mm f/3,5-5,6G ED VR
15 elements/11 groups
1 aspherical
1 ED
1 Hybrid Asph.
Minimum focus: 0,45 m
Diaph. blades: 7

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  • Clive

    If it uses the same chip as the D300 there will be no noise. I shot some pix of my grandson on my D300 believing that the speed was set to 200 ISO. When I checked the ‘info’ in Photoshop when looking at some full screen images, I discovered I had left it on 2000 ISO from the previous evening. Absolutely no noise anywhere, even in the shadows.

  • Blog Admin

    this has been posted since midnight last night
    under the announcement post

    excellent video!

  • Clive

    Take a look at this-


  • Chris

    Circuit city’s website says the D90 will ship 9/7/08. Kinda weird to be on a Sunday, no?

  • gello28

    With regards to nikon d90 as i recal it uses SD card and also SDHC. Whats the advantage of using SDHC? Whats the desired write speed of the SD card for this camera? SD cards are cheap. Is it advisable to use an 8 gig SD card????

    looking forward for anybody’s reply or comment thanks

  • TK

    SDHC basically means faster access speeds and bigger storage, for the inflated price. The biggest SD standard cards are 8GB while biggest SDHC cards are 32GB and may rise to a maximum of 2TB. If you want the fastest access times possible (e.g. for multiple shots)or bigger space for movies, SDHC has more expandability as the price will definately come down within the next year or two. But its your preference.

    You can probably get along quite happily for a few years with the 8GB SD. But id rather go with the high-capacity SDHC cards.

    “Egg consolidation* fans will delight at the launch of the World’s first ‘class 6’ 32GB SDHC memory card. Panasonic unveiled a prototype of the capacious card, capable of sustained write speeds of at least 6MB/sec and maximum data speeds of up to 20MB/sec.” – Dpreview

  • TK

    I was going to buy the D80 until Nikon announced the D90. Are there huge advantages (apart from the video recording and the 2MP difference) between those two?

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