While comparing high def film options between the Nikon D90 12.3MP and the Canon Rebel T1i, the T1i Rebel smacks the D90 SLR silly. If your into filming HD movies, the Rebel T1i should get your attention, with it’s 30 fps at a resolution of 720p, for a max recording time of eighteen minutes. The D90 Digital SLR does pretty good, but with just five minutes maximum video length, at twenty four FPS.
If you plan on taking a good deal of fast action sequences with the T1i Rebel, you should definitely do a little more research. The high definition videos I’ve watched seem to have a bit of unevenness. With the Rebel T1i, you can switch between 1080p at 20ps for high def captures, or 720p resolution at thirty fps. By changing to the lower capture resolution you’ll use less space on your disk space, and capture longer movies.
The Nikon D90 DX offers a top level ISO setting of 6,400, where the Rebel T1i, has managed to double that figure to 12,800. I would probably think long and hard to discover a environment, where I’d be stumped enough to enlist the 12,800 ISO position of the Canon SLR Rebel T1i. It’s clear that Nikon sees the limits of the Nikon D90 12.3MP, and opted not to squeeze a high ISO of 12,800 on the Nikon D90 12.3MP.
I’m not someone to rely solely on what a DSLR package says. It becomes obvious after critiquing pictures, that the Nikon D90 12.3MP excels at the top ISO settings. Canons ISO image noise reduction features work generally fine, but often lose the detail of pictures.
While, it’s commendable of Canon to make things better in ISO technology, it’s obvious that the Nikon D90 better signal to noise ratio is of bigger relevance.
For all you unobtrusive minded photographers wondering, you may find the D90 to be more to your liking. If you want to capture candids in a hurry, without blowing the opportunity, then the D90 Digital SLR outflanks the Canon SLR Rebel T1i. There are a few things that make a Single Lens Reflex camera fast. Shutter speed is one. Focusing time, or acquisition is one. The D90 does both sooner than the Rebel T1i 15.1MP.
SLR shutter buttons are like young children, in that they should be visible and not heard. Nikon understands, and has designed a very quiet shutter on the D90 Digital SLR. This is convenient, if your capturing candid photographs, wildlife pictures, or sometimes even weddings.