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    menu system between the D90 D60 and D5000

    I have the D90
    between the D60 and D5000 which has the closest menu structure and controls to the D90
    thinking about getting a certain book but they only have it for the D60 and D5000

    thanks for your input.

    Ray

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    Ray, there are plenty of guides published, both free and paid on the net about the D90.

    If you want a very good guide that you have to pay for have a look at http://www.bythom.com/nikond90guide.htm and if you want a fairly basic ( read biased ) but free guide have a look at http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/d90...uide/index.htm
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    Hi

    another book I can recommend is "Mastering the Nikon D90" by Darrel Young. You can order it through Amazon.com.
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    Just a note on this thread, the threadstarter asked me to close their account on AP, so they will not be able to reply to any comments here.
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