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Posted by Bill Moss on February 05, 2003 at 11:30:31:
In Reply to: Opinions on Nikon digital posted by brad wilson on February 05, 2003 at 10:54:51:
One of my major faults with the 990 was the poor focusing in low light. I don't know if it's been corrected with the 4500, but from what I read while I was considering the 5700 (I went with the D100), it's an issue there too. I would check the Nikon forum at DPreview.com and ask the same question.
Aside from that problem, I truely loved my 990 and from what I understand, the 4500 is the same only better. Depending on what your needs are, the 5000 might be an option. It's the same res as the 5700 and while it doesn't have as much zoom, is is better in the wide angle range.
I don't know the SB-26 or 27 flashes, I had an SB-28. What I can tell you is that the automatic features of the SB-28 don't work with these cameras. In fact, to get TTL flash on the D100, I had to go with the SB-80DX (SB-28DX would have worked too.)