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2010 Nikon D90

Nikon Corporation,
Japan

My current camera is a Nikon D90 DSLR, purchased back in August 2010, I have a few Nikon lenses also. I also use my iPhone when I don't have my Nikon on me (most of the time!!) and the results are surprisingly good.

The Nikon D90 is a 12.3-megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera model announced by Nikon on August 27, 2008. It is a prosumer model that replaces the Nikon D80, fitting between the company's entry-level and professional DSLR models.

The D90 was the first DSLR with video recording capabilities. In May 2009, the D90 won the TIPA European Photo & Imaging Award, in the "Best D-SLR Advanced" category

2000 Nikkor 24-120mm
Zoom
1:3.5-5.6D
Nikon Corporation,
Japan
The original Nikon 24-120mm AF-D has been a popular lens for photographers who want to travel light. Newsmen of the 1990s dubbed it the "Streetsweeper" because, much as the large-magazine, fully automatic shotguns of the same name can single-handedly eliminate a street full of uncooperative personnel, this lens can deal with just about any photo opportunity it might encounter. The Nikon 24-120mm goes from wide to close up in the twist of the wrist. It gets wide enough to get in close to a fight, and long enough to grab a shot of someone just about to throw a grenade some distance away. Some newsmen used this as their lenscap lens when they were just wandering around, not knowing what to expect. It's well enough built to handle their abuse, and can do just about anything if it has to. It was discontinued in 2003.
2006 Nikkor 12-24mm
Zoom
1:4.0
Nikon Corporation,
Japan
The AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 12-24mm f/4G is a lens manufactured by Nikon for use on Nikon DX format digital SLR cameras. It provides an angle of view on a DX format camera similar to that of an 18-35mm lens on a 135 film format camera. At the time the lens was introduced, Nikon did not make a zoom lens which would provide an ultra-wide-angle view on a DX format camera. Due to the crop factor of the DX format, wide-angle zoom lenses such as the 18-35mm provided an angle of view equivalent to a 27-52.5mm lens; more typical of a normal zoom. The purpose of the 12-24mm was to fill this gap in the ultra-wide- to wide-angle range that would otherwise require users to purchase relatively expensive prime lenses such as the 13mm, 15mm and 18mm Nikkors.