Nikon D90 DSLR Camera Review 2012

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In this video I do a short review on the Nikon D90. I have owned this camera since 2008. It is awesome and in my opinion still beats out a lot of the newer cameras in this price range. Please rate, comment and subscribe! Thanks for watching!


atyers says:

I think you’ll enjoy it. Thanks for commenting!

shamann18 says:

Nice and useful review. But now I have one question.

I’m thinking about buying Nikon D90 or D7000. Difference between this 2 models is around 340$. Does Nikon D7000 worth this 340$, or I should better buy D90? I’m not a professional photographer, but I have some experience in this occupation and wanna to “improve my skills”.

P.S. Sorry if I have some mistakes.

dava5mata says:

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6Originals says:

I sold my Canon t3i and getting a nikon d90

kićo milich says:

thx bro nice video

Offefrick says:

Do you know how to make the pictures look bulget out? looks bigger somehow if you know how i meen. Do you know if I, in that case need a special objective to the camera or a photo program on my computer? Thanks / Sophie

Haris Ćupina says:

very helpfull ;)

6Originals says:

Thank you for the reply! 🙂 I have another question if you don’t mind. In your personal preference, would you trade in a Canon t3i for a Nikon D90?

atyers says:

Very hard to say…it really comes down to personal preference I think. However, you will definitely notice an improvement in build quality right away.

6Originals says:

Should I trade my Canon t3i for nikon D90?

Margaret Mcdonald says:

Good afternoon! Have you tested photo sfxart tricks (just google it)? My work buddy Allen made some awesome pics with their photography tutorials.

Rinku Bharti says:

I know Not much about Cameras but at Least I tell which, Shoots Better Photos… definitely its The Nikon D90 than 3200 or 5100. I have done a lot of comparison with the other near ranges of DSLRs Newer ones like the 3200, 5100, and Canon (I don’t exactly remember Which Model was it but I was $400$ more than The D90) the Nikon D90 still Kicks asses out of their asses. So its the D90 for me 😀 and Btw It still Cost $1099 here.

Omar Samy says:

Thanks For the great Rev
Do you think i should get this or the D5100 or the Canon 650D ?!!!

atyers says:

Hi Marf,
I think it depends on where you buy it. You might be able to find some cheaper used ones on ebay or craigslist/kijiji…but when I made this video they were selling for approx $1200.

marf regulacion says:

d90 is better. d3200 is a new model but still, it is in the line of the beginner.

marf regulacion says:

my friend, is it true that the nikon d90 become 750 dollars only? i bought 1 for about a month ago and the price is still high. but i’ve heard the news to a friend of mine that d90 is only 750 dollars now.

lizda7 says:

helped me a lot deciding not to spend a lot of money and wait for the d7000 to be cheaper. i can see now that the d90 is more then enough… thank u 🙂 btw do you think the price should be lower soon as the d7100 will be announced?

atyers says:

will do. Thanks for commenting

woosterbooster1 says:

really goo review but to improve show more of the actual cameras screen and effects

Nick Fontana says:

Hi Drew,
cheers for the really quick reply. It annoys me when people take so long to reply. Looked through more of your videos, given you a sub… Would be lovely if you could do the same too. Entirely up to you though. Take a look through my videos at least! Thanks again, Nick.

atyers says:

Hey Nick,
It uses plain old SD cards. I think you are really going to enjoy this camera. Thanks for the positive comment!

Nick Fontana says:

Specs wise, the D3200 is technically ‘better’. Take a look in to it, compare them and see which one’s for you. Nick.

Nick Fontana says:

Hey Drew, thanks for this brilliant review. Helped me out so much, looking forward to this in 3 weeks time when it’s Christmas. One quick question, does this use CF cards, or SD?


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NinjaPirate1205 says:

which is better? D3200 or this one?

Keeron Shakya says:

Hey, do you know “Photo SFXart Tricks” (just google it)? On their website you can watch a great free video featuring the right way to make brilliant pictures. This made it easier for Joe to take pictures that leave you with a jaw-dropping-effect whenever you take a look at them. I hope it will work for you as well.

thomas. trevilla. says:

Purchasing a high-end DSLR won’t make a difference if you have poor glass to accompany it. I would suggest lenses like a 50mm f1.4, 85mm f1.4, 70-200mm f2.8 or a 24-70mm f2.8. As for the cameras, something like a 600d, 60D, D5100 or a D7000 would work fine. Speedlites are useful as well.

Derek Lucero says:

Im an amateur photog and love my D90….I do sports and really LOVE the long battery life. Its solidly built, is much more comfortable in my hand than my backup (D3200- its TINY) and combined with decent glass (I use a 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G AF-S VR IF-ED AF Nikkor as my primary) the photos are outstanding for the price. Notwithstanding, Im pretty sure a professional quality camera and glass will give higher quality but the D90 does what I need it to do without breaking my bank. Good video =D

Billy Pleydell says:

good video, but i would recomend going into a bit more detail about the settings, lenses and what each mode deos

atyers says:

I can’t thank you enough. It’s unbelievably low of that dude. All the best.

rmysterio80 says:

someone stole your video


MikenikeBTS says:

Hi i like to take photo shoots, what camera do you reccomend i buy? i like it to look professionall and very clear. thank you!

Eugen Iancu says:

Really like your way of reviewing this. I’m a beginner to intermediate hobby-photographer and my question (I know you get this a lot, please don’t get mad) is D90 VS D5100. I want
– Sharp and clear images (really don’t know what the differences in the sensors amount to)
– Good low lighting performance
– Good, solid build (this goes to the D90 already)
– Sharp, clear images
– Ability to auto-focus with any lenses.

Should I go with 4-year old D90 or the newer, modern D5100? I love the D90’s feel.

Ilikecameras0602 says:

I would buy the canon because it is a pro camera and has more features and a better build quality. But if price is a concern, you might want to think about the nikon d90 because with the money you save, you can buy a few accessories that might be useful.

taddiedelosreyes says:

HI. I’ve been watching videos, ang reading the blog sites and websites about nikon dslr. I want a camera a nikon dslr. I was thinking about nikon d3200, nik0n d5100 and nikon d90. I want a good result of picture that can be publish in a magazine and a blog. I want a camera that can be use in fashion photography, any recommendation of any of these 3 nikon dslr?, base to the blog that i read yesterday that nikon d90 is better than nikon d3200 even that d90 has only 12mega pixel. Is it true?

Mrjtoomuch says:

I have had a D90 for about 2 years and I am very very happy with it. I do not shoot video with it because I am not interested in that. The image quality is fantastic. Unless you are shooting pictures to go on billboards the resolution is great.

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