Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by Johnnytakeit, Oct 20, 2009.
If you've got the cash, the D90 is the high-ISO low-noise leader in the field.
Be forewarned that it will likely have a steep learning curve for a newbie. (Obviously, you can get help here.)
Great camera and will provide great results.
yes/no -> if you're shooting in any of the "green" modes then its same as any other camera. Assuming that you are buying an SLR b/c you want to learn how to use it RIGHT (P, S/A and finally M modes) it does require a bit time (very little) but will pay of in the long run.
Get it and ENJOY IT!!!
I don't have that lens and I've never looked into it. Can't help you there except to say that the VR is a good feature. Be forewarned that VR helps with camera shake but it does absolutely nothing with subject movement. When I first bought my 18-200VR, to took practice some shots of my grand-daughter. The nearby table was crystal clear but she was blurred! (In truth, I should have known better.)
That lens is great, I bought that exact kit when I got my D90 - you'll be very pleased.
1. Have fun.
I started with a D90 as well! it is a great camera and you will LOVE IT! ADVICE: get the body only, and get a lens on the side, the lens that comes with the camera is ok, but for a little more you can get a far better quality lens!
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