Flickr just published some data showing that the most commonly used camera on the photo sharing web site is no longer the Nikon D90. It has been overtaken by the iPhone 4. Source: Thanks to Boing Boing.
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It seems a clear possibility now, seeing the number of comments about it. The replacement of the Nikon D90 that is expected to be announced by Nikon in a few days, before the Photokina fair in Köln, Germany, could be named Nikon D7000 (instead of the previously expected Nikon D95). We’ll see…
As for all of photography brands, the upcoming Photokina fair in Köln (Germany) will be a major meeting point with the after-crisis market. Not only because of the launches that will be done there, but also because the photographers expectations have been piling up tidily (maybe be too high?). Let’s see what is really to [...]
With the arrival of new Single Lens Reflex cameras able to capture video sequencs (Canon 5D Mark II & Nikon D90), the limit is blurred between video and photo cameras. The presentation of some new impresssive accessories (or should I rather speak of hardware fixture or heavy-duty complements, to be more adequate?) is changing the [...]
Digital Rev prepared a video visit of the new Nikon low-to-middle-range SLR camera: Nikon D90. Link to YouTube And you can see the video recording feature in operation. Note: video recording is not only a feature for the Canon EOS 5D Mk II (and its stratospheric price).