Nikon's D90 looks to be all but officially confirmed, with all-round press shots of the DSLR emerging together with what are being described as "100-percent legit" specifications. The 12.3-megapixel camera will have an ISO range of 200 to 3.200 plus Lo1 (100) and Hi 1 (6.400), a 3-inch 900k pixel LCD and GPS, together with video recording and playback via the built in microphone and speaker.
Nikon have included Live-View, AF contrast and face detection, and the autofocus is 11-point; there's also a matrix sensor for metering 420 pixels RGB. Target's online store briefly listed the D90 as pre-release, but the page has since been taken down.
- AF-S DX 18-105 mm f/3,5-5,6G ED VR
- 15 elements/11 groups
- 1 aspherical
- 1 ED
- 1 Hybrid Asph.
- Minimum focus: 0,45 m
- Diaph. blades: 7
An official announcement is expected this Wednesday, August 27th. No word on pricing or availability, however.
Update: The D90 has been announced: see here for all the details.