How is the Nikon D5000 inferior to the D90?
I don't think that "inferior" is the correct term. Really they are targetted at different markets. The major advantage of the D90 is that it has an internal AF motor so can focus on any AF Nikkor lens. The D5000 requires an AF-S lens to do the same thing. Other considerations are more external control buttons and wheels on the D90 and higher shutter lifespan.
The one thing that the D5000 has that the D90 does not is the swivel LCD screen. Since I don't use live view at all, the swivel does nothing for me, but someone who uses it, especially for video may find it useful.
Nikon d90 0r nikon d5000 is the best cameras
Yes, F mount lenses fit the Nikon D80, D90, D7000, D3000, D3100, D5000, D5100, D40, D40x, D50, D60, D70, D70s, D100, D200, D300, D300s and every other Nikon digital SLR
The D5100, the new edition of D5000 is the best
Nikon D90: http://snapsort.com/compare/Nikon_D3000-vs-Nikon_D90
Yes but older AF lenses that do not have an autofocus motor in them will not autofocus with the D5000.
Yes zoom lenses are available for the D5000.
No, only F mount lenses fit the Nikon D80, D90, D7000, D3000, D3100, D5000, D5100, D40, D40x, D50, D60, D70, D70s, D100, D200, D300, D300s and every other Nikon digital SLR A Nikon G lens will fit a D80. The G is a lens designation and not a mount. Nikon G lenses have a F mount.
The D100 is the older camera (It is from 2001); Nikon's numbering scheme is slightly confusing: Single digit (F1, F2 D2, D3) are professional cameras Three digit (F100, D100, D200, D300) are semi-professional cameras Two digit (D40, D60, D90) are keen amateur cameras Four Digit (D3000, D5000, D7000) are keen amateur cameras too
No, image stabisation is performed by Nikon VR lenses.
I would recommend Nikon D5000 camera a newer version of Nikon D60
Nikon stopped producing the D80 in August 2008 as it was replaced by the D90 :)
The Nikon D90 is a DSLR type of digital camera. This stands for Digital single-lens reflex camera and is sometimes also referred to as a Digital SLR.
How do you print date and time in Nikon D-90
I have a Nikon slr d5000 and was wondering if the extra lenses had to be made by Nikon to fit my camera?
No as long as they have the correct mount.
Oh, heck yes.
i have the nikon D3100 and i love it there are so many options etc
yes, sure can
Yes in manual and non TTL auto modes.
I agree. I have a d5000 and my close friend has a d3000. They're both great cameras capable of beautiful images, yet the d5000 has seemed so show more depth and just a bit sharper of images. It depends on lens and such too, but id go with the d5000 for sure, for only a couple hundred dollars more it is definitely worth the investment.
Nikon d90 has the capability to shoot video. The D90 is the ONLY DSLR to do that. Also, there's a difference in resolution. I'm not sure what the difference is as far as resolution, but i know there is one. Over all, there's actually tons of differences. I own the D90, and it's great. I've used the D80 though, and it's great too. I think the D90's better, but it's all preference D90's worth the… Read More
3500 AED. Just checked yesterday.
Some criticisms of the Nikon D5000 are that is small and has less pixel resolution that other models. These criticisms are mainly aesthetic in quality and different people may view them as positive points in regards to price point or size.
Guyz can someone suggest I are planning for a dslr and My choice is Nikon d90 heard canon t2i 550d which is a recent launch is good too any suggestions on which one to go for?
Nikon D90 is the best choice! in terms of price and picture quality....
No it does not, it only has 5.8 optical zoom.
No. It's a single lens reflex digital camera.
i dont know LOL! do you play starcraft 2?
Through the cameras usb socket as detailed in the user guide.
Darrell Young has written: 'Mastering the Nikon D5000' -- subject(s): Photography, Single-lens reflex cameras, Nikon digital cameras, Handbooks, manuals, Digital techniques 'Mastering the Nikon D90' 'Mastering the Nikon D800' -- subject(s): Nikon digital cameras, PHOTOGRAPHY / Reference, Photography, Single-lens reflex cameras, Handbooks, manuals, PHOTOGRAPHY / General, PHOTOGRAPHY / Techniques / Digital (see also COMPUTERS / Digital Media / Photography), PHOTOGRAPHY / Techniques / General, Digital techniques, PHOTOGRAPHY / Techniques / Equipment 'Mastering the Nikon D300/D300S'… Read More
nikon d3000 or d5000 excellent camera:)
Generally for Nikons you use and SD memory card
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The Nikon MB D80 is a multi powered battery pack that is an accessory for the Nikon D80 and the Nikon D90 which are both digital SLR cameras. It is known to provide stability as well as longer battery power.
December 2014 you can pick a D90 for as little as £150 used on WEX photographic; however new on SLR hut with 18-55mm you will pay £460 for a new one.
my name is ajay and my many friends have nikon dslr like D90,D500 and more so NIKON is leading company
Both cameras are pretty old now. I recommend the Canon 7D or 60D. or if you want Nikon, the D7000, D90, or D300s.
The Nikon D90 just recently was introduced. It is the first DSLR camera that also has a video camera feature. Overall, it is also a decent camera. -BookShark
Upload a recent image to shuttercount or myshuttercount (google is your friend)
ifNikon d90 digital slr camera on auto mode can we use flesh sb600 on this mode or only manual mode
If you have the knowledge and time to set your own parameters the D90 offers more flexibility. If you just want to point and shoot and have less stringent image requirements the L100 will do fine.
The Nikon D90 and D700 are vastly different cameras, with the primary difference being the sensor sizes. The D90 has a smaller APS-C sized sensor (Nikon calls this DX), whereas the D700 is full frame (FX). A full frame sensor can produce less noise at higher ISO and low light situations. The FX cameras also allow use of ultra wide lenses, of which there are few options for DX. In the end, though, it's not… Read More
I use a canon 7D and have seen that the clarity of a picture is same as taken on a nikon D90. However, it depends upon how one looks at a camera and a photo taken from a photografer's point of view. To me canon is better than a nikon...
Too much. Just kidding... =) Go to your local Best Buy for details.
coz u passed wind on it
The Nikon D5000 comes with a Nikkor AF-S 18-55mm kit lens when bought, though you can also purchase the camera new without the lens, or with a series of other choices of lenses. This lens is a good starting lens to learn the basics with, but if you are looking for a more professional method of photographing, I would recommending investing in a prime or zoom lens.
The D60 is much lighter and smaller. It is better if you mostly shoot with Auto or Program Mode The D80 (and D90) is heavier and bigger but has better controls for manual adjustment and Autofocuses with older lenses
Yes, the D7000 (and the D90) has fully automatic to fully manual settings. And has most of the features in the more expensive slrs
Depends on what your wanting, if you want something more video based, you'll probably want the D5000. But, if you want something more photography based, you more likely to want the D3100. I'm going with the D3100 instead of the D5100 because it looks more video based.
The D90 shutter is rated for 100,000 actuations. So if you shot 2100 photos per month (which is alot of shooting), you might need to have the shutter serviced for about $65 in 4 years. Of course by that time you would probably want to upgrade to a newer model. This rating is about double the actuation ratings for the low end Nikon, or Canon DSLRs. A pro grade camera might be good for 200,000… Read More
The Nikon D5000 is rated as an excellent camera by the major photography magazines online. It is considered an entry-level to enthusiast level DSLR. Costco has a package deal for the camera body, two VR zoom lenses and a camera bag for 824.99. BHAudioVideo has a very good deal on the body only or with one zoom. A comparable camera, nikon d3000 with a two lens kit is 599.99 at best buy, at least here… Read More
Unless you really want to get into film, or have a bunch of unused film development chemicals or something, just go with a DSLR. The Nikon D90 or D7000 are good cameras to start with.