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Nikon D90 Accessories
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Nikon D90

Nikon D90 with 50mm f/1.4 AF-D . enlarge. This one came from Adorama, and you also can order it from Ritz and Amazon. It helps me keep adding to this site when you get yours from these links, thanks! Ken.

September 2008    more Nikon reviews     back to top of D90 Review

 

NEW: Nikon D90 iPod and iPhone App.

 

Kit lens

18-105mm VR (all Nikon AF lenses work).

Lens Compatibility

Lens Suggestions

 

GPS

GP-1 GPS lets one record 4 dimensions (lat, long, elevation and time) into EXIF data. Available November 2008.

D90 with GPS

D90 with GP-1 GPS.

Nikon GP-1

Nikon GP-1 GPS, sans goofy cord.

 

Remote Control

Gag Me: A new optional, dedicated MC-DC2 cable release. The good news is that it looks like it plugs in a lot more easily than the screwy 10-pin jobs, but I'll bet you it costs more than a standard $6 cable release.

Forget it, get the $17 ML-L3 wireless pocket remote instead.

Nikon MC-DC2

Nikon MC-CD2 Cable Release.

 

Grip

Optional MB-D80, same grip as the D80. Uses one or two EN-EL3e or six AA batteries.

D90 and grip

Nikon D90 and MB-D80 grip.

 

Software

Capture NX 2 software.

 

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Ken

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