Nikon D90 with 18-105mm Kit Lens and Free Delivery + Cashback £684.98 @ RGB Photo - HotUKDeals
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First deal posted. I know it is not a great one but I have been waiting for ages to get a Nikon D90. The price of £744.98 is the cheapest I have seen it for a while, but not that much cheaper than the competition. However Nikon are currently running a cashback promotion meaning you would be paying £684.98 overall. The cash back will run until the end of next month I believe.

Some marketing info:


12.3 megapixel DX format CMOS image sensor lets you capture outstandingly detailed images and produce stunningly sharp enlargements. Built-in self-cleaning sensor unit minimizes the effect of dust.
EXPEED image processing system for optimum performance and maximum image quality.
High ISO (200-3200) light sensitivity, extendable up to ISO 6400 (equivalent) and down to ISO 100 (equivalent). Enables faster shutter speeds, significantly reducing the risk of blurred images when you shoot fast-moving subjects or take pictures in low light.
Active D-Lighting retains details in highlights and shadows for stunning images with natural contrast. It can be activated manually or automatically and features four levels, including Extra High.
Scene Recognition System with Face Detection System combines data from the camera's metering and AF sensors to deliver precise exposures and sharply-defined images, and recognizes human faces for portraits or group shots with natural-looking skin tones.
Advanced autofocus performance with versatile Multi-CAM100 11-point AF system offers fast and precise autofocus coverage across the frame. AF-area modes handle most shooting situations and include 3D-tracking AF, which lets you adjust the composition of an image after focusing on your subject.
Live View mode with Autofocus makes it easy to compose images using the LCD monitor. Three AF modes are supported: Face priority AF for portraits (detects up to 5 faces in a frame), Wide area AF for handheld shots and Normal area AF for shots with a tripod.
Innovative D-Movie function lets you shoot Motion JPEG format movies*. The camera's large image sensor (compared to that of a typical consumer camcorder) and high ISO sensitivity offer exceptional image quality. Bring photographic techniques to movie making using the wide range of NIKKOR interchangeable lenses.
3-inch, 920k-dot, high-resolution LCD monitor with 170-degree viewing angle makes it easy to use the Live View function.
Bright pentaprism viewfinder with 96% frame coverage and 19.5mm eye point for precise composition.
Quick response: with approximately 0.15-second start-up time, 65-millisecond shutter release time lag and 4.5 frames per second.
The D90 fuses technology from Nikon's flagship digital SLRs with an array of sophisticated functions to help you achieve superior results. Its 12.3 megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor and EXPEED image processing system offer outstanding image quality across a wide ISO light sensitivity range. Live View mode lets you compose and shoot via the high-resolution 3-inch LCD monitor, and an advanced Scene Recognition System and autofocus performance help capture images with astounding accuracy. Movies can be shot in Motion JPEG format using the innovative D-Movie function. The camera's large image sensor ensures exceptional movie image quality and you can create dramatic effects by shooting with a wide range of interchangeable NIKKOR lenses, from wide-angle to macro to fisheye, or by adjusting the lens aperture and experimenting with depth-of-field. The D90 designed to fuel your passion for photography.
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#1
Great bit of kit!
#2
I know many ppl wont agree but I regard the D90 as the first useful model in the Nikon model line up. Great camera. Not sure if I would pay such an amount for a SLR but that is because I would not use it to make money, just as a hobby. I would probably also go for fast prime lenses rather than slow zooms. Have some heat anyway.

Make sure buying from this company entitles you to cashback!
#3
Great camera, and great price.
I paid a little less at the airport, and been very very pleased with it.
#4
what good low light lenses would be suitable ie f2 or under.
#5
Make sure buying from this company entitles you to cashback![/QUOTE]

Phew :oops: you worried me with that sentence. I have looked on the Nikon site and they confirm any purchase made from UK shop is covered, ideally from an authorised stockist, which this company is, or at least it appears on the Nikon site as an approved retailer.
#6
dave111
what good low light lenses would be suitable ie f2 or under.


IMO, one of the best value options is an f1.8 50mm prime. You can pick up one for around £100. i.e Amazon
#7
Found a better price at Dixons using code 5DIXONS. £718 then minus £60 cash back making it £658.
#8
Typical lol I have been waiting for ages and finally take the plunge as the price had not dropped for ages only for it to happen two days later.
#9
mcampster
Found a better price at Dixons using code 5DIXONS. £718 then minus £60 cash back making it £658.

And another £24 back via Quidco :thumbsup:

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