Nikon D90 - Best Buy January 2010
by S Canavesio
I bought a Nikon D90 from Best Buy back in January, 2010. I did so after my positive experiences with a friend's Nikon.
I do a lot of action photography, both indoors and outdoors, so the fast censor on the newer Nikon models is impressively useful to me.
For lower lighting (I use for lowlit music venues), the D90 can adjust up to 3200 ISO and still maintain a clear image if you have a remotely steady hand. Another option is always lower f/ lenses, of which the D90 is compatible with many.
In comparison with its older brother the D80, the D90 has live view, and HD video capability. Also included are a good handful of photo-editing features (fisheye, etc) that can be done in-camera, and saved as new images on your memory card. Camera uses SD cards as storage. Compatible with HC SD cards as well.
I have used this camera for weddings, concerts, and candids alike and am constantly thrilled with the quality.