Like the D80 before it, the Nikon D90 delivers an excellent dSLR for the money.
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The much-rumored and even more longed-for update to the Nikon D80 has arrived. The Nikon D90 doesn't replace the popular D80, which moves down Nikon's dSLR product line, and unsurprisingly, provides some significant enhancements over that 2-year-old model. Most notably, the D90 is the first digital SLR to support movie capture.
A discussion of the design of the Nikon D90.
For a sub-$1,000 model, the D90 is a nice camera.
Sample images from the Nikon D90
The Nikon D90 is the first dSLR to include video, and high-definition video at that. It's also a 12-megapixel camera with a 76mm screen and live view
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A bump to 12 megapixels and faster shooting add to the camera's enhancements over the D80.