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Friday, April 20, 2012

A Full Review of the World's First DSLR Movie Maker - Nikon D90

A Full Review of the World's First DSLR Movie Maker - Nikon D90

By Katie Birch

When it comes to Nikon they usually have no problem dishing out multiple models of digital cameras in order to meet the needs of all different types of photographers. Whether you are just a casual photo taker or looking to turn your amateur photos into a professional business the D90 from Nikon just may be what you are looking for. This camera comes with so many great features and one that is often brought up in customer reviews is the dust reduction system to help eliminate all of the dust and particle circles that can appear in our photos. However, even though this model carries quite a few of Nikon's standard features there is something that definitely sets it apart from the rest.

The D90 from Nikon is the world's very first DSLR digital camera that allows you to shoot movies in three different pixel quality settings. There are also different shooting functions you can switch to that will allow you to take the best video or picture that you can with this model. Even if you have never owned a DSLR or quality camera before you will be able to use it with ease. A guide is built into almost every Nikon model to show you how to operate the camera and its functions and they will even shot you sample pictures so you can actually see how each features affects the images.

The best way to make sure you get the best digital camera though is to simply check out some reviews online. A review is put up by people just like you who have actually purchased and used the D90 so you can trust it is a review coming from experience. The problem with a lot of the websites that sell the cameras is that they only give you specs, features and functions and now opinions based on real time use. Sometimes these reviews can help in your decision but ultimately it should be the camera that fits your needs and of course, your budget. This first of its kind DSLR is still pretty affordable and if you do plenty of shopping around then you can find it well under a grand on multiple websites and online retailers.

With all of the auto and one touch features this camera is truly easy to use but you may find yourself pushing buttons on accident when you first get the camera. Just like all new electronics you have to give yourself a couple of days to get used to it and learn how to operate it. However, before you know it the D90 could be making a director or professional photographer out of you as long as you know how to take the best shots. Hop online and check out some reviews on the D90 today and then see if it fits your needs (and budget) the way that it has thousands of other customers out there.

Read the full Nikon D90 review or you might also be interested in our Nikon D5000 review.

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Saturday, September 10, 2011

Nikon D3100 Review - Is This Camera Suitable For Me?

By: Jenny Lange

If you have already used Nikon D3000, you will be interested in the popular Nikon D3100 due to its new advanced features, such as full 1080HD video, live video and video recording. But if you haven't used D3100 yet or even any DSLR camera, you should consider Nikon D3100 as your first DSLR camera. Why? This following Nikon D3100 review will inform you about its features, its advantages and disadvantages, and suggestion at the end.

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Friday, September 9, 2011

Nikon D3000 Review

By: Paul Hundrieser

With photography growing in popularity in both the amateur and professional market, it's important to stay on top of what the best cameras on the market are. Many photographers have been turning to the DSLR cameras. One of the DSLR cameras that has both pros and amateurs very happy and satisfied is the Nikon D3000. This will be a Nikon D3000 Review covering some of the features of this exciting, affordable DSLR camera.

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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Refurbished iPad 2 Are Now Available For Sale

There isn’t much about an Apple iPad 2 which might lead you to hesitate before buying, except maybe a glance down at the price tag. Today, that is slightly less of an issue. Apple began selling refurbished iPad 2 in its online store, although it seems that while the 16 GB models are not currently available. Refurbs are only $50 low from the original price, but a discount is a discount.

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Apple iPhone 4 Review

iPhone 4 has seen the maximum anticipation for a new mobile phone ever – and now with an HD video recording, a marvelous high-resolution screen and incredibly slim proportions. At least Apple has let loose the big guns for this endeavor. The design itself is an immense point on its own. No more is the conventional bowed back and the plastic external with somewhat chunky proportions; in is a framework that's only 9.3mm lean at its thickest point and a new stainless steel and glass manufactured design. 
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