Sat 15-Dec-12 08:03 PM | edited Sat 15-Dec-12 08:09 PM by mkbee1
I'm saving my money to buy a D90...it's way more complicated than my D50, but has a couple of features that I would like. I bought a Magic Lantern Guide on daBay, and am studying it in preparation for the great day, but I am confused.
Pictures on pages 141 and 149 show the D90 power switch, with the standard off and on positions, but it looks like there is another position, marked by a small light bulb icon. What does that do? I can't seem to find a reference to it anywhere.
What are the opinions on the Nikonians' D 90 guide? Better than the Magic Lantern offering?
>Received my D90, and am busily reading manuals and guides. I >LIKE it! Now if the snow will just quit so I can go shoot >something!
Why don't you shoot the snow?
Congrats on the new D90. I really like mine. Make sure you download the D90 PDF from Nikon. Even though it's old, its performance is still extremely good (better than any new crop sensor Canon) and its menu and general interface is modern. The new Nikon D4 has one feature I really want on my D90...and that's about it. Otherwise, except to go full-frame, I have no lust for any newer Nikon. It's a good camera.