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Nikon D90 digital SLR camera

If you're enthusiastic about your photography, you need to invest in a digital SLR. At the moment there is probably no better deal than a Nikon D90 if you want excellent performance and functionality. It has a 12.3-megapixel sensor and it can also shoot video!

The body has come down in price to around $1249 (from Discount Digital Photographics) and you might also be able to find some well-priced kits with one or two lenses. If you want to buy lenses separately, Discount Digital Photographics has some excellent deals on its Accessories for Nikon Digital SLRs page.

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