The first DSLR with video, it remains Nikon’s main midlevel model, with great resolution, HD movie-making, and near-perfect layout. Unlike lesser Nikons, it accepts lenses without AF motors.
It would seem logical for the first DSLR with video capture to come from a company that also makes camcorders. Nikon defied that logic, though, by creating the D90 ($1,000, estimated street, body only; $1,300 with AF-S DX Nikkor 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens). And not only does it capture movies, it captures 720p high-definition video with sound. On top of that, it ably replaces the highly regarded D80 as Nikon's main midlevel DSLR.
|Camera Category:||Mid-level DSLR|
|Fastest Shutter Speed:||1/4000 second|
|Slowest Shutter Speed:||30 seconds|
|Display Size:||3.0 inches|
|Display Resolution:||920000 pixels|
|Minimum ISO:||200 ISO|
|Maximum ISO:||3200 ISO|
|In-Body Image Stablization:|
|Media Type:||Secure Digital (SD) |
Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)
|Maximum Video Resolution:||720p|
|AF in Video Mode:||No|
|Wireless Flash Trigger:||Yes|