In this review, Will is comparing the image quality of the Nikon D90 with the Canon T1i, in 5 different categories. Some of the results were surprising. First, it is important to note the Canon 500D is a 15.1 megapixel camera while the Nikon D90 is a 12.3 megapixel camera. 

Image Clarity:
Both of the cameras are champions with accurate representations of what was actually there.

Color Reproduction:
The Canon T1i seems to hold the edge a little better without changing many settings where as the Nikon D90 is more washed down and bluish

*ISO:
ISO 3200
In this comparison test, the Nikon D90 is the winner. The Canon 500D should not be used above 1600 ISO, because anything above leaves a significant amount of noise. In regard to the Nikon D90, an ISO of  6400 can be used but should be reserved for extreme situations.
*NOTE: The more you increase your ISO the  grainier your photos may become in low-light

Depth:
Both are awsome at capturing the feeling of the picture
how much does the camera become
apart of the photographer?

Focus:
Using similar lenses, the Nikon D90 is significantly faster while the Canon 500D took longer to focus.

The Canon T1i is very intuitive and easy to use; the controls are easy at hand. Nikon D90 is more of a professionals choice once you get experience it is easy to use, thought it can take a while.
 

Tags: Image quality, Preview, Nikon D90, Amateur, Pro, Review

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