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Why Choose the Nikon D90?

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Whether you are a long time photography-lover who wants to try your luck on taking photos or an already amateur photographer looking towards advancing, the Nikon D90 Digital SLR Camera could be what you are looking for. This D90 upgrade combines the best of both worlds with its similar elements as well as the addition of newer, cooler features. Find out why.Nikon D80 was released mid 2006 and was instantly a big success. Two years later in 2008, a reinvention of it in the form of Nikon D90 has been creating headlines in the world of photography. Even up until now that there are more newer versions, a lot of people still choose it. At a first glance, one would think that this camera is a complete rip off of its predecessor, but closer inspection and further scrutiny will tell you that they, in fact, are quite different. Nikon D90 has a 12.3 megapixel Nikon DX format CMOS sensor compared to D80s 10.2 Megapixel CCD Sensor. This means that it can produce D300 photo quality of up to ISO 6400. It also has an improved Scene Recognition System, enhancing autofocus, auto white balance performance, and auto exposure. Lastly, it is the worlds first DSLR with a movie mode. Take that for an awesome camera.

Nikon Corporation has indeed gone a long way from its humble beginnings as a Japanese optical company in 1917 selling cameras, microscopes, and binoculars to a world-renowned brand, with a reputation of producing the best cameras and accessories. It has pioneered so many innovations in photography from lenses to its revolutionary F-series, which were used even by the US space program. In fact, the company has actually created the first DSLRs in 1991 as a research project for NASA. They have as well popularized many features in modern photography such as electronic strobe flashguns, electronic shutter controls, and of course, interchangeable lenses. These and so many more are the contributions behind this globally recognized name.Today, photography has gone beyond the context of a profession to mean a broader, more complex concept. Gone are the days when you needed to hire professional help in order to take your pictures or spend a lot of money on a single photo. Today, anyone can be a photographer in his or her own right. Advancements in technology have made this possible especially with the wide availability of cameras and recording devices. Together with the invention of the internet; taking of pictures, customizing and editing them, and eventually sharing them to people from varying time zones can be done easier, faster, and absolutely free. No wonder just about anyone can do it. Just about anyone can take an ordinary picture and transform it into a masterpiece. A simple memory can forever be remembered while any artistic idea can be transformed into a more tangible form for everyone to appreciate. All you need is that killer attitude in place and a great camera in your hands. Now click away!

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Written by ashleylorie15

January 17, 2017 at 8:48 am