The Nikon N90s was not only my first DSLR but the first camera I owned that wasn’t just a disposable. I loved this camera, and even use it today, but I still lusted after the convenience of digital on an SLR. At the time, the 1.3MP Kodak NC2000 was one of those cameras I dreamed of, knowing I’d never get close to that $17K+ price tag.
In this video from The Camera Store we revisit this hybrid system and see how it stands up. Also featured is an interview with Rob Galbraith, a constant source of knowledge and inspiration to me in my early photography days, who made the switch from Canon to Nikon just to shoot this camera.