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Nikon D90 DSLR Camera (Body with AF-S 18-105 mm VR Lens)Black

4.5 / 5 101 Ratings , 10 Reviews
53990 onwards

Features :

  • Effective Pixels: 12.3 MP
  • Sensor Type: CMOS

Nikon D90 DSLR Camera (Body with AF-S 18-105 mm VR Lens) ( Black ) Price List :

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Nikon D90 DSLR Camera (Body with AF-S 18-105 mm VR Lens)
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  • All prices in the above list are in Indian Rupees.
  • Nikon D90 DSLR Camera (Body with AF-S 18-105 mm VR Lens) ( Black ) price starts at INR 53990
  • The price for Nikon D90 DSLR Camera (Body with AF-S 18-105 mm VR Lens) ( Black ) is valid across Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Pune and Kolkata.
  • The Nikon D90 DSLR Camera (Body with AF-S 18-105 mm VR Lens) ( Black ) is available at best price of INR 53990 on Flipkart.
  • All the prices have have been updated as of Sep 21, 2019.

Nikon D90 DSLR Camera (Body with AF-S 18-105 mm VR Lens) ( Black ) Specification :

Key Features

  • Effective Pixels: 12.3 MP
  • Sensor Type: CMOS

In The Box

Camera Body, AF-S 18-105mm VR Kit Lens, Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL3e, Quick Charger MH-18a, USB Cable UC-E4, Video Cable EG-D2, Camera Strap AN-DC1, Body Cap BF-1A, Accessory Shoe Cover BS-1, LCD Monitor Cover BM-10, Software Suite CD-ROM, User Manual


Brand Nikon
Model Number D90
SLR Variant (Body with AF-S 18-105 mm VR Lens)
Brand Color Black
Color Black
Effective Pixels 12.3 MP
Shooting Modes Single frame shooting mode, Continous low shooting mode: 1-4fps, Continous high shooting mode: 4.5fps, Self-timer mode, Delay remote mode, Quick-response remote mode, D-Movie
Tripod Socket Yes
Wifi No
Face Detection Yes
Ports Type C, Mini HDMI Out

Sensor Features

Sensor Type CMOS
Image Sensor Size 1/3.2
ISO Rating ISO 100 - 6400

Lens Features

Lens Mount Nikon F mount
Dust Reduction Yes
Manual Focus Yes

Viewfinder Features

View Finder Yes
View Finder Type Fixed Eye-level Pentaprism

Focus Features

Auto Focus Yes
White Balancing Auto (TTL white-balance with 420-pixel RGB sensor)
12 manual modes with fine-tuning; color temperature setting; preset white balance; white balance bracketing

Shutter Features

Shutter Speed 1/4000 sec
Self-timer Yes
Continuous Shots Continous low shooting mode: 1-4fps,Continous high shooting mode: 4.5fps

Flash Features

Built-in Flash Yes
External Flash Yes
Flash Modes Auto, Fill-in flash, Red-eye reduction, Red-eye reduction with Slow sync, Slow sync, Rear-curtain sync, Off

Image Features

Image Format NEF (12 bit compressed RAW)
JPEG (Baseline-compliant))
Picture Angle Approx. 1.5x lens focal length

Video Features

Video Resolution 1280 x 720
Video Format AVI (Motion JPEG compression format with monaural sound

Display Features

Display Size 3

Storage Features

Compatible Card SD Card

Power Features

Battery Type Lithium Battery


Width 103
Height 132
Depth 77
Weight 620


Warranty Summary 2Years Nikon India Warranty&Free Transit insurance
Service Type Carry in
Covered in Warranty Warranty of the product is limited to only manufacturing defect on camera body & lens.
Not Covered in Warranty Warranty does not cover any external accessories (such as battery, cable, carrying bag)
damage caused to the product due to improper installation by customer

Ratings & Reviews

Overall Score

4.5 / 5
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  • 4

    Nikon D90 a Master Piece

    Nikon D90 a great camera, with all the features that needed for excellent photography. If we can understand the manual and try all the modes... you become an expert of photography... real good camera... I'd say this is the best when compared with D5100 and D7000 with in the budget

    - Sanath Sreerambhatla
    1 Nov, 2011
  • 4

    Excellent camera, stunning quality!

    Nikon D90 is a great prosumer DSLR in this price range. As someone else pointed out - anything lower than a D90 is not worth being called a DSLR. Customizability: You can shoot in multiple resolutions, multiple sizes and in JPEG/NEF formats. It has the standard nikon variety of white balances and picture tones, but setting anything is extremely simple once you get a hold of your camera. Ergonomics: It fits your hand nicely, unlike the D5100 and D3100. Really rock solid, and you immediately get the feel that you're ready for the shoot. The two dials (one for aperture and another for shutter) is much MUCH better than having just one dial as D5100, or any Canon in this range. Low light performance: Pretty decent. I usually go up to ISO 1600 when I'm in low light, and the pics that come out are usually good enough, with very less graininess. Battery: Extremely reliable and long lasting. Doesn't take a long time to recharge, and takes about 1000 shots (if you don't use flash). Autofocus: YES! Which is another big differentiator in the low end cameras like D5100 and D90. The camera itself has an autofocus motor, and it's compatible with all lenses. On a D90. you don't need to buy expensive lenses with AF motor, just because your camera body sucks. Included Software: Horrible :) Just use Adobe lightroom or Aperture, and you'll be good. Included Kit lens: 18-105 is a very versatile lens and extremely reliable too. It covers most of the range that you're likely to encounter. Also, the autofocus on this is very silent. Video: Pretty basic. No autofocus makes it useless for me, really. Even the most basic camcorder is better than a D90 when it comes to video. Overall - 4/5, mostly because of useless video functionality and due to the fact that D7000 tops D90 in all departments.

    - Anuj Rathi
    10 Oct, 2011
  • 4

    Worth it... Don't go anything cheaper...

    I watched many people using entry level DSLRs, but the fact is, the photo quality of those DSLRs are never the same, which is the main criteria for buying a DSLR. Pictures look blotchy and not sharp, specially at night photography on those cameras. I bought D90 even though some newer models were available at that point of time. The reason behind that was its great handling. If you want to take photography seriously and upgrade your camera later on, D90 provides you the same features that other pro cameras offer, including buttons and others features which are essentially same. 12 megapixels are good enough for me, and in daylight the camera is a marvel (I compared my prints with my friends who owns a 5DMII and daylight pics are at par). But the camera pic suffers at night, due to low ISO tolerance. Obviously adding a big aperture lens improves the quality drastically (I use one f-1.4 50 mm prime for night), and adding an external flash can really help you out. Focus speed is not the fastest, but does not matter as long as you do not shoot sports. Weight and ergonomics of the camera is just awesome (an essential for a DSLR, as users know it, a bad ergonomically designed camera weighing more than 1 kg can really hurt your hands for sure). ISO range till 1000 is ok, after that noise is very obvious. Camera features some basic post-processing features, but nobody uses it. 12 bit compressed RAW is a impressive feature and every serious photographers should learn how to use RAW photographs. In built flash is just not good, you need to buy an external flash. VR lenses work fine with this camera (some camera in Nikon lineup has this problem). Best photos can be taken (according to me) in landscape photography and in abstract photography.

    - Priyabrata Halder
    19 Feb, 2013

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