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Nikon D90

Nikon D90

Finally something to get excited about in the land of cameras. The long-rumored Nikon D90 is the world's first digital SLR camera to do HD video recording. That's right, in addition to taking beautiful photos, you'll now be able to flip a switch to record 720p/24fps HD movie clips directly to your SD card. At the heart of the D90 is a powerful CMOS image sensor and 12.3 effective megapixels, supported by Nikon's Scene Recognition and Face Detection systems, a broad ISO range (200 to 3200), and a 3-inch high-resolution LCD screen with Live View shooting mode. The D90 will be available as a body only ($1,000) or with a new AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens ($1,300).

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