Wednesday, April 4, 2012

New Nikon D90 Book - Everything You Need to Know!

Nikon D90: Everything You Need to Know About the Camera Including Features, Optional Accessories, Reception and More [Paperback]

No reviews yet on this new book but I thought I'd post it since it is about the Nikon D90.

This is the perfect guide for everyone, especially those who are interested in learning about Nikon D90 which is a 12.3 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera model by Nikon. Read about features, optional accessories, reception and more. This book will provide you with substantial information about the camera and allow you to keep up with photography enthusiasts.

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Paperback: 174 pages
Publisher: Webster's Digital Services (February 28, 2012)
Language: English

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Yucel said...

Great camera... I just reedited some shots taken a couple years ago with the D90.. Awesome... Even though I have moved to the D7000... And have you looked at D90 prices lately? They go for as much new as a D7000... They have a following... Yay!

baydogs said...

Hey Scbbbc, how do I pass along a couple of suggestions for discussions on your blog? I am new to this and if there is a way to add ideas for discussion threads, I can't seem to find it.

Scbbbc said...

@Baydogs, I'm not sure how to do that! But if you want to write a post on the d90 I'll add it to this blog and give you credit for it. Then I guess you could discuss it on the comments....You would have to email it to me...maybe someone else knows a better way. I'll research a little on your question..Thanks