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|Seller Notes:||“Good condition. no scratching on the lens. Battery needs to be charged or replaced.”|
|Features:||Blink Detection, Auto Focus||MPN:||
|Manufacturer Color:||Black||Digital Zoom:||4x|
Nikon Coolpix P90
|Type:||Point & Shoot|
|The Nikon COOLPIX P90 has a 12.1-megapixel sensor to help you capture minute details on all shots. If you suffer from camera shake, the VR image stabilization compensates for the effects, allowing you to worry only about framing the perfect picture. The 3-inch LCD screen has an anti-glare coating for using the electronic viewfinder under difficult lighting conditions. The 24x optical zoom and the 4x digital zoom give you extra control when trying to capture a specific item in a photograph. The Smart Portrait system helps to take great head shots by adjusting focus and exposure settings. This feature works on shots of up to 12 people, great for family shots on special occasions.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||100059894|
|Product Key Features|
|Features||Blink Detection, Auto Focus|
|Type||Point & Shoot|
|Additional Product Features|
|Light Sensitivity MAX||6400|
|MAX Video Resolution||1920x1080|
|Light Sensitivity||Iso 64, Iso Auto (64-400), Iso Auto (64-1600), Iso 1600, Iso Auto (64-100), Iso Auto (64-800), Iso 6400 (3mpix), Iso 400, Iso 100, Iso Auto (64-200), Iso 3200 (3mpix), Iso 800, Iso 200|
|Exposure Modes||Manual, Shutter-Priority, Automatic, Program, Aperture-Priority|
|Integrated Memory Size||47MB|
|Battery Form Factor||Manufacturer Specific|
|MAX Shutter SPEED||8 Sec|
|Digital Video Format||Avi|
|Additional Features||Blink Detection, Red Eye Fix, Smile Captûre, Autofocus, USB 2.0, Automatic Face Tracking, Not Interchangeable Lenses, Image Stabilization, USB 2.0 Compatibility, Motion Detection|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||26-624mm|
|Supported Flash Memory||SDHC Card, SD Card, SDHC Memory Card, Built-In, SD Memory Card|
|Flash Type||Pop-Up Flash|
|Continuous Shooting SPEED||15fps for 45 Frames (3mpix)|
|Still Image Format||Exif 2.2, JPEG|
|Camera Type||Point & Shoot|
|Viewfinder Diagonal Size||0.24in.|
|Shooting Programs||Night Landscape, Food, Landscape, Party/Indoor, Night Portrait, Copy, Portrait Mode, Fireworks, Sports Mode, Beach/Snow, Back Light, Sunset, Museum, Close-Up, Panorama Assist, Dawn/Dusk|
|Screen Details||LCD Display-Tft Active Matrix-3"-Color|
|Shooting Modes||Frame Movie Mode|
|Expansion Slot||1X SD Memory Card|
|Macro Focus Range||1cm|
|Focus Adjustment||Manual, Automatic|
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Easy to use
Good image quality
Nikon over Cannon
Pros: It has incredible zoom capabilities, and it takes some of it's best pictures in natural light and at night. The colors are vibrant, and vivid. The wide-angle lens is spectacular! MUCH better than Cannons and Kodak cameras. Great Manual flash selection; great macro; light weight; user friendly; reasonable video quality. High ISO and up to 45 FPS in continuous sports mode allows for bright pics of fast action shots in ice hockey rink. Cons: The motion sensibility is a little touchy when you zoom in. Indoor pictures can use a little touch up. The LCD screen doesn't show how good the picture really is. It might look too bright on the screen, but on the computer and when printed pictures look great. High ISO and 3 megapixels in the sports mode results in more noise when enlarged.
Nikon Portable Camera
I got this for a gift to a person who is not an ardent photographer. She's certainly enjoying it, particularly for it's portability and small size. The delay when hitting the shutter button to when the picture is actually taken is a bit of learning experience and a hinderance to taking action shots. The action shot setting is okay, but it does take a lot of pics that must be deleted. The manual is okay if you've used a digital camera in the past, but only the "Getting Started Section" was useful for this novice. She needs some explanation of the remainder of manual and it's many features, settings and actions. In any case, it was a good gift and will be enjoyed for a long while.
Nikon Coolpix P90 12.0 Megapixel
This was not my original choice in cameras. I didn't actually read the reviews on it until after I purchased, which is completely out of character for me. Anyway, some of the reviews I read put me off a bit, but I look at it like buying a car. Your never going to find every single feature you're looking for in one product. There will always be something about another brand that you like more. In reading an abundance of reviews about all the superzoom cameras, I found just that. On a whole, I absolutely love this camera. I think it takes beautiful pictures. I have learned a lot about adjustments and creating your own great pictures since I got it. I didn't find this difficult to use at all. Of course you need to be willing to take some initiative with the product and play with all the different settings to find out how to get the best pictures for your circumstance. There are two drawbacks that really stood out for me are the reaction time is a little slower than I would prefer and I think the battery life is a bit short. I'm not using it for action shots anyway. I showed it to friends of mine and they were pretty much sold as well.
Nikon Coolpix P90 an overall cool buy
I decided to buy the Nikon Coolpix P90 with 12.0 mps because I wanted a camera with better zoom, higher megapixels (upgrading from a 7.1 mp camera) and overall better quality pictures. I researched and read many reviews before purchasing. The fact that it is a Nikon was also a deciding factor. In comparison to the Nikon Coolpix P80, there's not a lot of differences. I had looked at both and although the P80 (zoom: 18x's) would have done nicely for me, I wanted the better zoom the P90 offered (24X's). Also, the flip-out screen was an added plus. It helps take photos overhead, when there might be someone or something blocking your view. Holding the camera up higher and using the flip-screen helps to get that otherwise elusive shot. Also, I have had great success with outdoor shots. They are usually crisp, clear and the have vivid color. I have enjoyed the ability to take clear, detailed shots of things much closer up than with my other camera as well. I am not thrilled, however, with the quality of the pics I've taken indoors. I have yet to find a setting that satisfies me, besides the "backlight" menu option, which is for taking photos where there is light behind the subject. Some of the reviews I read mentioned this flaw. Many of the shots I've taken indoors are grainy and blurry, and I've played with every preset on the camera menu. It does, however, have "user settings", which will allow you to manually set the camera to your liking, and save your settings. That will probably be my next step, in order to find indoor settings that work for me. Most of my shots are taken outdoors, so this problem isn't of high importance to me and once I get manual setting that I'm happy with, it won't be a problem later on. The other thing I am somewhat put off by is the battery life. I bought two extra replacement batteries (En-EL5)and am now glad that I did. Using zoom and flash will drain the battery faster and I would suggest anyone purchasing this camera do the same. On the plus side, they do charge quickly (about 2 hrs). Overall, I feel like it was a good purchase and I hope to use this camera for a long time before having to upgrage again. My previous camera purchase was two years ago. I've invested more in the Coolpix P90 and hope to get a lot of usage and many wonderful pictures and so far, it's been worth the money.
Good camera with some must have accessories.
Nikon P90 is a great segway for people who think they want to get into photography but aren't totaly committed till they get a taste for it. The manual focus and numerous other manual adjustments give some room for the user to learn and explore while the automatic features of the camera work well for the average user. Camera is much lighter in weight than i expected making it easy to tote around without wearing yourself out. Camera was just as cheap as anywhere else but Cameta throws in some must have items (along with some not so must have items). The extra battery can be a life saver and the case is decent quality to get one by until a better one is found. USB SD stick is essential for quick on the go downloading to clear the memory card. All said and done I believe the Nikon P90 is worth the money spent and the extras are just that "Extras"