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Nikon D90
Michael Myers, Photographer
Miami | Florida | USA | Posted: 12:17 PM on 11.11.15
->> I do volunteer work at an eye hospital in India. They have several hospitals, each of which uses a Nikon for patient photos. The cameras range from a D50 up to a D610, along with several film cameras that are permanently mounted on "fundus cameras".

I need to find them some more cameras, for an affordable price (meaning low price). I was amazed to see that B&H Photo still sells the D90 as a new camera!

I've never owned or used a D90, but I only remember reading good things about it. I believe it dates back to 2008, which is an eternity in the digital life of a camera.

I guess the choice comes down to buying a D90 (which I think is/was an excellent camera), or one of the new plastic toy Nikons that I would never get for myself.

Any advice?
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Debra L Rothenberg, Photographer
New York | NY | USA | Posted: 10:36 PM on 11.15.15
->> I have a d70 with 4 batteries
and an 18-200 v1
and sigma 10-20mm

also a D3 but it's more than the above


open to offers
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Frank Niemeir, Photographer
Woodstock | GA | usa | Posted: 12:49 PM on 11.16.15
->> The D90 is a good camera. One of the first with video capabilities.
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Nic Coury, Photographer
Monterey | CA | | Posted: 2:14 PM on 11.16.15
->> D200 bodies are great and pretty cheap.
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Chuck Yadmark, Photographer
Ann Arbor | MI | United States | Posted: 10:33 AM on 11.19.15
->> D70's can be had by the dozens on eBay for 80-90 dollars in good condition with chargers and batteries.
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Michael Myers, Photographer
Miami | Florida | USA | Posted: 2:07 PM on 11.19.15
->> The hospital has already worn out two D70's, and has a D50 that is close to dead.

I used to have a D200; nice camera.

I bought them a used D90 with lens in 9+ condition. I probably need to find one or two more in the not too far off future. Thanks.

Debra, I will send you a message, if I can figure out how to do it here....
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