d90 specifications?

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  1. goodoneian

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    so i was trying to find either pictures or info on the d90 that is supposedly coming out before too long, and came across this article.

    http://yourphotoarchive.com/laugh.htm

    i was initially very confused by the first paragraph but then i noticed "laugh" was in the url. i continued reading and i found myself lol'ing many times through ought the rest of it
     
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    haha - too funny
     
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    so random. . .so funny! the rest of the site is hilarious too. .
     
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    i want one

    seriously.
     
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    Haha, great stuff!
     
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    10 stops worth of VR sure would be nice
     
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    BAHAHAHAHAHHA...

    A must read. :lol:

    "XDR Mode:
    Every odd pixel is underexposed by 3 stops. Every even pixel is exposed as per the meter. The two images are combined in camera to produce an extra 3 stops of dynamic range at 6MP. This mode is especially useful in law enforcement, where photographers often have to photograph shady people. "

    HAHAHAHAHAHHAHA...
     
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    I read that a little while ago. Very good :p
     
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    I shall have to share this with the guys at work :D
     
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    "There is also speculation that Canon will use this same technology to put eight 1,000GB SATA hard drives in a RAID 0 array in their next 1Ds professional body."

    for some reason i found that part hilarious on the rebel Ye11 page haha
     
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    High-speed paper tape ? I'm in! Oh yeah!!! :D
     
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    HA GREAT!

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    In an effort to avoid such distasteful events this time around, and ensure everybody can enjoy a D90, Nikon now supports the following storage formats...
    • SD
    • CF
    • XD
    • Memory Stick
    • 3.5 inch floppy
    • 5.25 inch floppy
    • 8 inch floppy (in MB-D90b only)
    • CD/DVD (in MB-D90b only)
    • High-speed paper tape to maintain compatibility with Colossus
    • Punch cards
     

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