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A. Within warranty period, Nikon India Authorized Service Centers will repair or replace any defective part, if required, to rectify the problem.
Q. What is covered in Warranty ?
A. Warranty of the product is limited to only manufacturing defect on camera body & lens.
Q. What is not covered in Warranty ?
A. Nikon Service Warranty (Local Warranty) does not apply to any of the followings:- Defects or malfunctions caused by damage resulting from impr ...moreoper care, misuse or abuse of this product or operation of this product contrary to the instructions contained in the owner's manual. Damage or defect caused by accident, sand, water or battery leakage. Damage caused during transportation or mail. Damaged caused by any modifications or servicing performed by person(s) other than NIKON AUTHORISED SERVICE FACILITY. Accessories including batteries, charger, AC adaptor and other consumables. Any electronic data loss due to malfunctioning or repair of this product. Any consequential or incidental damages resulting from any breach of warranty, express or implied, applicable to this product. Nikon India New Extended Service Warranty (Local Warranty) does not apply to any of the followings:- Accessories like batteries, charger, USB cable, AV cable, Adapters, strap, etc. are not covered under warranty. Damage caused due to accident, sand, water, dust, fungus, battery leakage, etc are not covered under warranty. Warranty on free gifts is as per the terms of their respective manufactures, and this warranty does not extend to such gifts. Warranty does not cover the replacement of Product. Warranty does not cover any special, consequential or incidental damages arising in way due to malfunction of the Product such as loss of photography, loss of data, use, profits, or costs and expenses, etc. less
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BodyThe Nikon D90 DSLR camera weighs 620g and has a dimension of 132 x 103 x 77 mm. The camera utilizes Fixed eye-level Pentaprism Viewfinder and has a 3-inch TFT screen with a resolution of 920,000 dot pixels. For storage, the D90 supports SD memory card and is SDHC compliant. The camera comes with a rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL3e, which can take up to 1000 shots per charge.
PerformanceThis Nikon DSLR camera can supports Nikon F mount with AF coupling and AF contacts. The D90 has TTL phase detection system for Focus and uses Nikon's Multi-CAM 1000 Auto Focus Module. The camera offers 11-point Auto Focus (AF) with range of -1 to +19 EV (ISO 100). It supports Single-servo AF and Continuous-servo AF modes. The ISO of the camera ranges from ISO 200 to 3,200, while the shutter speed ranges from 1/4000 to 30 sec. The camera also has a bulb mode to give more control on the shutter speed. Nikon D90 has an Auto pop-up Flash and i-TTL for various types of flash such as SB-900, 800, 600 or 400.
Features and ConnectivityThe Nikon D90 has scene modes like Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Close Up and Night Portrait. The camera also has Scene Recognition System and Face Detection, which can detect up to 10 faces. The self timer can be set at 2, 5, 10 or 20 seconds. This DSLR camera supports two types of continuous modes: Continuous Low (1 - 4 fps) and Continuous High (4.5 fps). The Nikon D90 supports HD video and shoots at 720p. The camera supports AVI movie format and NEF, JPEG, NEF + JPEG image formats. In terms of connectivity, the camera supports USB 2.0 and HDMI.
|IN THE BOX|
|Sales Package||Camera Body, AF-S 18-105mm VR Kit Lens, Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL3e, Quick Charger MH-18a, USB Cable UC-E4, Video Cable EG-D2, Camera Strap AN-DC1, Body Cap BF-1A, Accessory Shoe Cover BS-1, LCD Monitor Cover BM-10, Software Suite CD-ROM, User Manual|
|Dimensions||132 (W) x 103 (H) x 77 (D) mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution (in MegaPixel)||12.3 Megapixels|
|LCD Display||Low-temperature Polysilicon TFT LCD|
|ViewFinder||Fixed eye-level pentaprism; built-in diopter adjustment (-2 to +1 m-1)|
|LCD Screen Size||3 inch|
|Image Display Resolution||920,000 dots|
|Video Display Resolution||1280 x 720|
|Sensor Size||23.6 x 15.8 mm|
|Auto Focus||TTL phase detection by Nikon Multi-CAM 1000 autofocus module with AF-assist|
|Lens Type||Nikon F mount|
|Focal Length||1.5x lens focal length|
|Power Supply||AC Adapter EH-5a (Optional)|
|Battery Type||Li-ion Battery|
|USB Cable||USB 2.0|
|Media and Software|
|Memory Card Type||SD / SDHC|
|Image Sizing||4288 X 2848|
|Video Format||AVI (Motion JPEG compression format with monaural sound|
|Image Format||NEF (12 bit compressed RAW),JPEG (Baseline-compliant)|
|Flash Modes||Auto, Fill-in flash, Red-eye reduction, Red-eye reduction with Slow sync, Slow sync, Rear-curtain sync, Off|
|Built in Flash||Yes|
|Maximum Shutter Speed||1/4000 sec|
|Minimum Shutter Speed||30 sec|
|ISO Rating||ISO 200 to 3,200 in steps of 1/3 EV, plus HI-0.3, HI-0.5, HI-0.7, HI-1 (ISO 6400); sensitivity decreases approx. LO-0.3, LO-0.5, LO-0.7 and LO-1 (ISO 100)|
|Self Timer||Yes, 2, 5, 10 and 20 sec|
|Shooting Modes||Single frame shooting mode, Continous low shooting mode: 1-4fps, Continous high shooting mode: 4.5fps, Self-timer mode, Delay remote mode, Quick-response remote mode, D-Movie|
|Sync Terminal||1/200 sec|
|Metering||3D-Color Matrix Metering II (type G and D lenses); Color Matrix Metering II (other CPU lenses) performed by 420-segment RGB senso2), Center-weighted: Weight of 75% given to 6, 8 or 10mm circle in center of frame, Spot: Meters 3.5mm circle (Approx. 2%)|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Picture Angle||Approx. 1.5x lens focal length|
|Continuous Shots||Continous low shooting mode: 1-4fps,Continous high shooting mode: 4.5fps|
|White Balancing||Auto (TTL white-balance with 420-pixel RGB sensor), 12 manual modes with fine-tuning; color temperature setting; preset white balance; white balance bracketing|
|2 year Nikon India Warranty and Free Transit Insurance.|
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Nikon D90 is a great prosumer DSLR in this price range. As someone else pointed out - anything lower than a D90 is not worth being called a DSLR.
Customizability: You can shoot in multiple resolutions, multiple sizes and in JPEG/NEF formats. It has the standard nikon variety of white balances and picture tones, but setting anything is extremely simple once you get a hold of your camera.
Ergonomics: It fits your hand nicely, unlike the D5100 and D3100. Really rock solid, and you immediately get the feel that you're ready for the shoot. The two dials (one for aperture and another for shutter) is much MUCH better than having just one dial as D5100, or any Canon in this range.
Low light performance: Pretty decent. I usually go up to ISO 1600 when I'm in low light, and the pics that come out are usually good enough, with very less graininess.
Battery: Extremely reliable and long lasting. Doesn't take a long time to recharge, and takes about 1000 shots (if you don't use flash).
Autofocus: YES! Which is another big differentiator in the low end cameras like D5100 and D90. The camera itself has an autofocus motor, and it's compatible with all lenses. On a D90. you don't need to buy expensive lenses with AF motor, just because your camera body sucks.
Included Software: Horrible :) Just use Adobe lightroom or Aperture, and you'll be good.
Included Kit lens: 18-105 is a very versatile lens and extremely reliable too. It covers most of the range that you're likely to encounter. Also, the autofocus on this is very silent.
Video: Pretty basic. No autofocus makes it useless for me, really. Even the most basic camcorder is better than a D90 when it comes to video.
Overall - 4/5, mostly because of useless video functionality and due to the fact that D7000 tops D90 in all departments.
The reason is simple.....it has a more professional body....and gives a feel of actual higher end pro bodies.....lots of switches on the body for tweaking all imp settings u need to change to get that perfect shot....once accustomed.....u hardly have to delve into menus.....just like riding a bike....controlling everything without looking at your gear.....
Whereas in lower end (till d5100) models....u would actually delve into that "nice" menu to change aperture, iso, WB etc......instead of capturing those split second moments u bought your dslr for !!
Nikon D90 a great camera, with all the features that needed for excellent photography.
If we can understand the manual and try all the modes... you become an expert of photography...
real good camera...
I'd say this is the best when compared with D5100 and D7000 with in the budget
I watched many people using entry level DSLRs, but the fact is, the photo
quality of those DSLRs are never the same, which is the main criteria for
buying a DSLR. Pictures look blotchy and not sharp, specially at night
photography on those cameras.
I bought D90 even though some newer models were available at that point of
time. The reason behind that was its great handling. If you want to take
photography seriously and upgrade your camera later on, D90 provides you
the same features that other pro cameras offer, including buttons and
others features which are essentially same. 12 megapixels are good enough
for me, and in daylight the camera is a marvel (I compared my prints with
my friends who owns a 5DMII and daylight pics are at par). But the camera
pic suffers at night, due to low ISO tolerance. Obviously adding a big
aperture lens improves the quality drastically (I use one f-1.4 50 mm
prime for night), and adding an external flash can really help you out.
Focus speed is not the fastest, but does not matter as long as you do not
shoot sports. Weight and ergonomics of the camera is just awesome (an
essential for a DSLR, as users know it, a bad ergonomically designed
camera weighing more than 1 kg can really hurt your hands for sure). ISO
range till 1000 is ok, after that noise is very obvious. Camera features
some basic post-processing features, but nobody uses it. 12 bit compressed
RAW is a impressive feature and every serious photographers should learn
how to use RAW photographs. In built flash is just not good, you need to
buy an external flash. VR lenses work fine with this camera (some camera
in Nikon lineup has this problem). Best photos can be taken (according to
me) in landscape photography and in abstract photography.
Excellent camera, Beast thing is it has a AF Motor, you can buy D type lenses and save lot of money, It is the best semi professional camera and the price is also good.
In flipkart its slightly higher price. I was available for 55,000 in the month of April.
I will recommend this camera to anyone. Do not waste money on any other camera which does not have a AF motor, you might think you saved money but you will end up paying double the amount for lenses with motor.
If you are not sure were to buy then go ahead and buy from Flipkart.
I watched many people using entry level DSLRs, but the fact is, the photo
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