Category Archives: Nikon D5000

OK make that 100%

I just received what I needed in order to say that I am now 100% sure the Nikon D5000 will be released in few hours. The specs in the previous post are also 100% correct. Here is a Nikon D5000 size comparison created by a reader:

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Come back tomorrow to…

I will have to stick behind my previous post: I am predicting that my next post on this blog will be the official Nikon D5000 press release (expected today around 11 pm US Eastern time). I hope I am right. This time I feel 95% confident – this is not a scientific prediction, just a […]

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Some Nikon D5000 specs

What I could read from the Google translation (can somebody get us a better translation please?): Bali-angle LCD, 2.7 inch? D movie image editing and enhanced scene mode Silent Mode AF 11-point target tracking AF  ISO3200high sensitivity support Source Update – a better translation by desde-japon (thanks!): Price will be 84,800 yen with a “points rebate” of 8,480 yen, that […]

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Nikon D5000 pictures

Why does it look like a full frame camera (viewfinder size)? I remember at one point I received a rumor that the new built-in flash will be bigger, and will swivel – something like the SB-400. I also see a mic on top of the D5000 label.       More updates on the way. I […]

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What is this camera?

I received this link to a dpreview thread about the new Nikon camera that leaked few days ago. On page six at the bottom you will find this picture: My first impression was that the viewfinder is too big for an entry level Nikon DSLR but then I tried to find exactly what camera this […]

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Nikon D5000 started to come out of the woods

Sent in by a reader: “A popular camera store here in Sweden has a special campaign where you get a free Nikon T-shirt when buying a D90, a D5000 or a selected lens.” Can someone in Sweden call this store for more details? Thanks. Source

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