New Nikon D90 | Studio MAug 27, 2008 4:46 PM
Today I notice with interest that Nikon has released the world's first DSLR with video capabilities. This new camera comes hot on the heels of the new Canon 50D which was just announced, but appears to blow it out of the water and for $400 less too. The new camera is called the D90 and is an upgrade to the D80 model. This model features video in up to 1280x720 resolution (i.e. HD720p), has live view mode, usable ISO3200 and 12 megapixels.
While I won't be ditching my D50 just yet (it's still got lots of life in it), it follows that these features will start appearing in other new Nikon models coming in the future. For those of you that don't have a DSLR but want one, there's never been a better time to buy a DSLR.