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  • Optical Sensor Resolution (in MegaPixel) :
    12.3 MP
  • Sensor Type :
    CMOS Sensor
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Specifications of Nikon D90 DSLR VR Kit AF-S18-105 mm Black

  • General Features

    Brand
    Nikon
  • Pixels

    Optical Sensor Resolution (in MegaPixel)
    12.3 MP
  • Sensor

    Sensor Type
    CMOS Sensor
    Sensor Size
    23.6 x 15.8 mm
  • Lens

    Lens Type
    Nikon F Mount
    Auto Focus
    TTL Phase Detection by Nikon Multi-CAM 1000 Autofocus Module with AF-Assist
    Focal Length
    1.5x
    Manual Focus
    Yes
  • Zoom

    Optical Zoom
    No
  • Display

    Display Type
    Low-Temperature Polysilicon TFT LCD
    Screen Size
    3 Inches
    Image Display Resolution
    920000 dots
    Video Display Resolution
    1280 x 720 pixels (HD)
    ViewFinder
    Fixed Eye-level Pentaprism, Built-in diopter adjustment (-2 to +1 m-1)
  • Dimension

    Weight
    620 gms
  • Power Source

    Supplied Battery
    Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (EN-EL3E)
    AC Adaptor
    AC Adaptor EH-5A (optional)
  • Media & Software

    Upgradeable Memory
    Yes
    Memory Card Type
    SD, SDHC
  • Images & Video

    Image Format
    JPEG : Baseline - Compliant (NEF : 12 bit Compressed RAW)
    Video Format
    AVI Motion JPEG
  • Flash

    Flash Modes
    Auto, Fill-in, Rear-Curtain Sync, Slow Sync Flash
    Built in Flash
    Yes
    External Flash
    Yes
  • Shutter Speed

    Maximum Shutter Speed
    1/4000 sec
    Minimum Shutter Speed
    30 sec
  • Connectivity & System Req.

    USB
    USB 2.0
    HDMI
    No
    GPS
    No
    Bluetooth
    No
  • Other Features

    ISO Rating
    ISO 200-3,200 in steps of 1/3 EV / plus HI-0.3 / HI-0.5 / HI-0.7 / HI-1 (ISO 6400) Sensitivity decreases LO-0.3 / LO-0.5 / LO-0.7 and LO-1 (ISO 100)
    Self Timer
    2, 5, 10 & 20 sec
    Face Detection
    Yes
    Shooting Modes
    Continous High Shooting Mode: 4.5Fps, Continous Low Shooting Mode: 1-4Fps, D-Movie, Delay Remote Mode, Quick-Response Remote Mode, Self-Timer Mode, Single Frame Shooting Mode
    Delete Function
    Yes
    Metering
    3D Color Matrix II, Center-Weighted, Color Matrix II
    Red Eye Reduction
    Yes
    Continuous Shots
    Up to 1-4 fps, 4.5 fps (Continous High Shooting Mode)
    White Balancing
    12 Manual Modes, Auto, Bracketing, Color Temperature, Manual
    Supported Languages
    17 Languages
    Sync Terminal
    1/200 Sec
    Dust Reduction
    Yes
  • Additional Features

    Color
    Black
    External Memory
    Yes

Over all Review of Nikon D90 DSLR VR Kit AF-S18-105 mm Black

Nikon D90 DSLR VR Kit AF-S18-105 mm Black Price

Overall Review

Another great and exciting product in the market from the Nikon D flagship is the Nikon D90 SLR which is following almost similar strategy under which its predecessor worked which is keeping the aim a little higher, no too much, just a little too good enough than many of its close rivals. Undoubtedly this makes the device a little expensive than the other cats in the race but the same gamble paid off with Nikon D80 too, where many new buyers saw the value of spending a little extra on a better-featured camera which would last them longer. Let us talk about the upgrades that the camera brings along side itself, an inevitable boost in resolution over its predecessor, this time from 10.2 to 12.3 Megapixels. Nikon D90’s sensor employs CMOS technology and we understand it’s the same DX-format chip used in the semi-pro D300, or at least one based on it. As such the field-reduction factor remains 1.5 times and the sensitivity range is also the same as the D300, running from 200 to 3200 ISO in a standard range, with Lo-1 and Hi-1 options extending it to 100 and 6400 ISO. Like Nikon D300, Nikon D90 also offers anti-dust facilities which are taken care of by vibrations in the low pass filter. Another new, but highly anticipated and nothing shocking feature is obviously the Live View, unlike Live View on D300 and D700 though, Nikon D90 features a dedicated button on the rear to activate the feature, and there’s now three contrast-based AF modes to choose from. Sticking with the sensor, the big new feature for Nikon D90 is video recording - indeed it's the first DSLR to offer the facility. Nikon D90’s D-Movie mode captures progressive format video at 24fps in a choice of three resolutions: 320x216, 640x424 and a high definition 1280x720 mode. Video is stored in the Motion JPEG AVI format with mono audio. Video recording often involves compromises on still cameras, and indeed Nikon warns autofocus and ‘some other functions’ are not available when recording movies on Nikon D90. But as a DSLR, Nikon D90 features one literally big advantage over other still cameras, and indeed all consumer camcorders: its sensor is physically much larger. This gives Nikon D90 dual advantages of greater sensitivity in low light and potentially much smaller depth of fields, along with the opportunity to swap lenses and zoom while filming.

Design and Build Quality

Let us talk about the build and design that the camera has to offer, Nikon D90 shares essentially the same external design as its predecessor, bar a handful of minor tweaks – this is of course no bad thing as Nikon D80 already featured excellent build and ergonomics, so as the saying goes, if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. So the external dimensions remain the same: 132mm x 103mm x 77mm, although the body only weight of 620g is slightly heavier than the 585g of its predecessor. n terms of build quality and ergonomics, Nikon D90, like its predecessor feels a step-up from models like the Canon below it – so while both it and Canon EOS  450D  share similar construction and materials, Nikon D90 seems incredibly strong in hands.

Focus and Face Detection

Nikon D90 inherits the 11-point AF system of its predecessor and employs the same Multi-CAM 1000 module with a single cross-type sensor. There’s three main AF modes: AF-S (Single Servo AF), AF-C (Continuous Servo AF) and AF-A (an Auto mode which selects between them depending on whether the subject is in motion – this is the default option).

Lens and Image Stabilization

Nikon D90 is available body alone, or in a kit with the Nikkor DX 18-105mm f3.5-5.6 VR lens. This is a new lens launched with the D90 which may have a slightly shorter range than the DX 18-135mm typically supplied with the earlier D80, but now crucially features Vibration Reduction to counteract camera shake. DX 18-105mm VR has a 5.8x range that’s equivalent to 27-158mm; this takes you from wide angle to reasonable telephoto and we have examples of how you might use this in our D90 Sample Images page. The telephoto end may be 30mm shorter than the lens commonly bundled with Nikon D80, but it’s 50mm longer than most kit lenses, and you can see an illustration of this coverage in practice below.

Screen and Menus

Nikon D90’s viewfinder may be unchanged from Nikon D80, but Nikon’s significantly upgraded the screen to the same 3in VGA type you’ll find on the higher-end D300, D700 and D3 models. This ‘920k’ screen boasts 640x480 full colour pixels unlike the 320x240 pixel resolution its predecessor’s 2.5in ‘230k’ screen. In use Nikon D90’s screen looks very detailed, especially when playing images or navigating menus. Like most fixed monitors though, it can become hard to see in direct sunlight or at higher angles, which can limit its usefulness during Live View.

Battery

Nikon D90 is powered by the same EN-EL3e 1500mAh Lithium Ion battery pack as its predecessor, along with the D300 and D700 models. Nikon quotes 850 shots under CIPA conditions but that’s without Live View or movie recording – using either can eat through your batteries considerably quicker. A highly recommend advice though -> Always carrying a spare.

Video Mode

Nikon D90 can record video at 320x216, 640x424 or 1280x720 pixels, all at 24fps and with optional mono sound recorded using a new built-in microphone just above Nikon D90’s logo. The first two modes use the same 3:2 aspect ratio as the D90’s still images, while the 1280x720 mode is genuine high definition video in 16:9 using the 720p format.

Sensors

Nikon D90 is equipped with a 12.3 Megapixel CMOS sensor which conforms to Nikon’s DX format and measures 23.6x15.8mm. These specifications are identical to the D300’s sensor, although Nikon describes it as a newly developed sensor with technology directly inherited from the D300. As we’ll see there’s some similarities, but also some differences, at least when considering the complete imaging pipeline.

Pros

Great handling and ergonomics.
Big viewfinder and detailed screen.
First DSLR with movie mode.
4.5fps shooting & 11-point AF.


 

Cons

Motion artefacts in movie mode.
Tough rival in Canon EOS 40D.
Resolution not a big step from D80.
Remote & RAW software costs extra.

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7 September 2008: Nikon D90 SLR has today been released in the market, a DLSR that is true to the definition of digital single lens reflex cameras. The camera is inspired from Nikon D300, the flagship DX-format DSLR by the company. The image processing engine at work here is EXPEED type, color reproduction is excellent and crediting the wide ISO sensitivity range, the low light performance is high.
The DX format sensor and a dedicated movie button deliver advanced shallow depth of field to the clips. You can turn to an entire range of NIKKOR lenses to your purpose. The size of the sensor, being large makes what the DSLR is all about and lets you like it. Price in India of D90 DLSR, with AF-S 18-105mm VR (Vibration Reduction) Kit Lens is Rs. 58,950 and if you wish to buy solely the body, it will cost Rs. 43,450. Nikon D90 SLR gets shipped with DSLR bag and 4GB SD memory card. Some of the features of the camera are:

* Scene recognition and face detection system.
* Live View mode is quite easy to use.
* The 11 point AF system is quite versatile to be used in many situations.
* Illuminated viewfinder (pentaprism) covers the frame by nearly 96 percent
* The in-camera retouch menu have been extended, there is a lot more you can do with your pictures.
* The design is but durable and built with precision.

Let us get straight to the business here and talk about the upgrades that the new Nikon D90 SLR brings with itself and find out what all the fuzz is about once and for all, an inevitable boost in resolution over its predecessor, this time from 10.2 to 12.3 Megapixels. The D90’s sensor employs CMOS technology and we understand it’s the same DX-format chip used in the semi-pro D300, or at least one based on it. As such the field-reduction factor remains 1.5 times and the sensitivity range is also the same as the D300, running from 200 to 3200 ISO in a standard range, with Lo-1 and Hi-1 options extending it to 100 and 6400 ISO. Like Nikon D300, Nikon D90 also offers anti-dust facilities which are taken care of by vibrations in the low pass filter. Another new, but highly anticipated and nothing shocking feature is obviously the Live View, unlike Live View on D300 and D700 though, Nikon D90 features a dedicated button on the rear to activate the feature, and there’s now three contrast-based AF modes to choose from. Sticking with the sensor, the big new feature for Nikon D90 is video recording - indeed it's the first DSLR to offer the facility.

Nikon D90’s D-Movie mode captures progressive format video at 24fps in a choice of three resolutions: 320x216, 640x424 and a high definition 1280x720 mode. Video is stored in the Motion JPEG AVI format with mono audio. Video recording often involves compromises on still cameras, and indeed Nikon warns autofocus and ‘some other functions’ are not available when recording movies on Nikon D90. But as a DSLR, Nikon D90 features one literally big advantage over other still cameras, and indeed all consumer camcorders: its sensor is physically much larger. This gives Nikon D90 dual advantages of greater sensitivity in low light and potentially much smaller depth of fields, along with the opportunity to swap lenses and zoom while filming. The external dimensions remain the same: 132mm x 103mm x 77mm, although the body only weight of 620g is slightly heavier than the 585g of its predecessor. Nikon has significantly upgraded the screen to the same 3in VGA type you’ll find on the higher-end D300, D700 and D3 models. This ‘920k’ screen boasts 640x480 full colour pixels unlike the 320x240 pixel resolution its predecessor’s 2.5in ‘230k’ screen. To finish it off in Two words if you are looking for a new SLR: Must Buy.

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