Nikon D90 Review

I upgraded to the new Nikon D90 September of last year. I have now been shooting with this new Nikon body for over 6 months now. So far, so good. In fact it is a little better than good. I love this camera. Bigger LCD, faster shutter speed, and larger grip for my hand. I have to say though, the best part about the D90 that I have found useful is the programable "FUNC" button, located on the left side of the front of the camera's body. This is a customizable function button that allows for a quick adjustment of a few different options, one of which is a toggle button between shooting just a jpeg and shooting a jpeg + raw image. For such a small feature this can be very useful. The setting for this option is buried in the Menu. Granted I do not use this feature all the time, but it sure is nice to know that when I do want it and I don't exactly have all the time in the world, I have a programed button at my finger tips. For now I am very impressed with my D90, that is until Nikon comes up with the newest "must have" camera. I do like to keep up with my gadgets, but I do know that the most important thing is having a camera that I am comfortable with and won't restrict me from taken the best possible photos. Also just in case you were wondering, this photo is not mine. Copyright Chase Jarvis. Please check out Chase