So i've narrowed it down to the Nikon D3100 (felt great in my hands at best buy) as i'm not ready to spend $1,000+ on the D7000. But I was wondering if the D90 is being replaced? I see it's been available since 2008. Is that old in professional years?
When I say it gets stuck it means, it shows F-- instead of a fstop and all other things on screen are garbled.
Looking in the $700-900 range and something entry-level and user-friendly. I really like the D90, but would like some outside input before I pull the trigger and get one. Anything else in that field that would be a good alternative or even better?
Anyone having an issue with their not being able to fully charge battery? Battery Meter/Menu in camera shows battery's health as new. I did not see the incremental loss being able to charge, one day it charged 50%, and never recovered. Makes me thing that charger maybe faulty, and not the battery?
Is there any way to get the shutter count/actuation information from the camera? I know of a way but that would involve exporting the image out and extracting the info from the EXIF data. That just seem like a large amount of work... Any suggestion is great;y appreciated. :-)
Has anyone had an issue where the pop-up flash won't "flash"? I was having an issue even getting the flash to pop-up, but I gently got that fixed. However, one of the inside latches appeared to be disengaged. There was no trauma to the phone, it wasn't dropped or anything like that. I honestly don't really know how this occurred. Anyway, the flash now pop-ups just fine and I am able to close the flash, it just won't "flash". Thanks in advance, Jim