After being in the rumor mill for quite some time, Nikon has gone ahead and made D90 D-SLR official. It is equipped with the proprietary Nikkor lens having 12.3 million pixels and the first-of-its-kind to record videos. The D90 supports ISO sensitivity from 100 – 3200 but switching it to Hi mode enables it to double up to 6400. EXPEED technology makes the camera to boot under 0.20 seconds, have a really fast shutter speed and shoot 4.5 frames per second.
There are lots of touchup options inside the camera so that the user can edit it straightaway on its high pixel density 3-inch screen. Other features include three AF types (Face priority AF, wide area AF and large area AF), Active D-Lighting for color toning, HDMI, geotagging and SDHC compatible.
Available from September for $1000 (body) or $1300 (whole kit).