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Nikon D90 DSLR + 18-105 VR lens + 6 months warranty (refurb) £606.98 @ Morgan Computers
Nikon D90 DSLR + 18-105 VR lens + 6 months warranty (refurb) £606.98 @ Morgan Computers

Nikon D90 DSLR + 18-105 VR lens + 6 months warranty (refurb) £606.98 @ Morgan Computers

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Note - refurbished - but current Amazon price for new is about £760 so seems like reasonable deal.

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wow, good deal. bought mine new a couple weeks back, love it.

Amazing deal. I've been looking to buy this camera for sometime now.

Dont think you will get the £60 cashback though and new comes with FREE 2 yr warranty.

So if new is 760 then its really only 700 after cashback. Still a very good deal.

Great camera, had one for just over a year. Not so sure about the lens (not one I have), but at this price it's good to go.

It is good camera but if you are amateur photographer go for d5000, i just got one it is brilliant compact slr ,

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It is good camera but if you are amateur photographer go for d5000, i … It is good camera but if you are amateur photographer go for d5000, i just got one it is brilliant compact slr ,



That would depend on what type of photograps you are looking to take and in what environment. You will certainly get a camera/kit cheaper with a D5000 but there are reasons for that.

A good summary of Nikon's mid-range cameras can be found in the summary of the D5000 (Rockwell)

"I love the D5000. I used to love the old D40 more, but it's no longer available, making the D5000 my top DSLR pick.

If price doesn't matter, the Nikon D90 is a superior camera because it provides more direct-control knobs and buttons to allow you to make settings and adjustments faster than you can on the simpler D5000, D60, D40x or D40.

The D90 has significantly better utility than the D40, D40x, D60 and D5000 because the D90 adds many more direct control knobs and buttons to get to its extra features, while the D5000 and D40 share the same lack of buttons and rely more on menus for many settings, like ISO or White Balance. The D90 also adds many more features useful to skilled photographers not present in the D5000, like Kelvin settings for WB adjustment.

If you want full-frame for a larger viewfinder, superb hyper-ISO quality, get the D700. No DX camera, regardless of rated ISO, is anywhere near as clean as any of the FX cameras like the D3, D3X and D700.

Few people need hyper ISOs. You're far better off buying a a $200 35mm f/1.8 lens to use on a DX camera than shooting a slow (f/3.5~5.6) zoom on an FX camera.

All said and done, you'll notice I use several cameras to shoot different things. If I was a normal person and could only choose one camera for everything, the D5000 just might be that camera if I couldn't stretch for the D90.

The D5000 is the smallest, lightest Nikon that has technical image quality indistinguishable from Nikon's best D3 and D700 in good light."

I think the cashback ended in June??

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Yes, the cashback deal ended on 30th June, so it's not £700 after cashback any more.
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