Nikon D90 Available For Pre-Order From Circuit City, HD Movie Mode…

Good ol' Circuit City has jumped the gun on the official D90 announcement and has put it up for pre-order » 8/26/08 11:59am 8/26/08 11:59am. Release date is listed as September 5, and the price and most of the specs listed on the product page , but CC's page confirms that the movie mode will in fact record in HD (aspect ratio and actual resolution we…

First Official Nikon D90 Images and Specs Leak

Nikon Rumors » 8/25/08 3:37pm 8/25/08 3:37pm and have more on the D90, well, mostly just these product shots being touted as "100% legit." That, and a few more "official" spces-12.3 megapixels, (still no resolution confirmation), 3" LCD, an ISO range of 100-6400 and 11 AF points (same as the D80). The confirmed AF-S 18-105 mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens is…

Forthcoming Nikon D90 Looks Certain, Kit Priced at $1,299

Rumblings of new Nikon DSLRs have been reaching deafening levels, and this Circuit City SKU pretty much confirms the D90 is on the way. The successor to the fantastic D80 is going to drop soon, bundled with an 18-105mm VR lens (probably the same one the D80 was kitted up with) for $1,299. Not bad, considering a… » 8/11/08 4:35pm 8/11/08 4:35pm

Details Emerge On Nikon's Mysterious D90 DSLR

The popular Nikon D80 is getting a replacement called—wait for it—the D90, and it looks like it's living up to the line's rep. The camera takes the D80's feature set and adds a few more very high-end tools, like live preview on the larger LCD screen,GPS input, HDMI out, video recording with audio, and an upgrade to… » 8/05/08 5:49pm 8/05/08 5:49pm

Nikon Steadies Up 18-55mm Kit Lens With Image Stabilization

Feature trickle—the movement of bells and whistles from high-end to low-end gear—is great. As Crave points out, image stabilization is one that's been falling down the line pretty steadily, now landing in Nikon's standard kit 18-55mm lens. The new, tricked out AF-S DX Nikkor 18-55mm f3.5-5.6G VR lens— VR standing for… » 11/20/07 4:40pm 11/20/07 4:40pm

Three Sub-$1000 DSLRs Compared: Which is Right For You?

Not everyone wants to purchase an expensive DSLR camera just to take pictures of our friends' weddings and vacations to Reno—but some still want the option of tinkering around with DSLR functionality on occasion. Here are three sub-$1000 cameras: the Sony Alpha A100, Canon Rebel XTi and the Nikon D80. Which one's the… » 11/07/06 4:00pm 11/07/06 4:00pm