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The Nikon family of cameras covers every type of picture taker from seasoned professionals to travelers on vacation. The D60 is the latest example of Nikon innovation, transforming complex technology into a fun, powerful and easy-to-use camera. Nikon delivers the cutting-edge technologies you would expect from a digital SLR fast response, creative versatility, and breathtaking image quality while eliminating complications and frustrations so that taking pictures is enjoyable and stress-free. With 10.2 megapixels, the D60’s image sensor delivers high-resolution pictures with rich, faithful color and detail that are ready for stunning enlargements. It also gives you the freedom to crop pictures exactly as you want them. And with Nikon’s 3D Color Matrix Metering II, you can expect beautifully exposed pictures under almost any lighting condition, with Nikon’s original digital image processing concept, EXPEED, comprehensively optimizing your pictures, shot after shot.
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Sold my D50 to upgrade to this D60. LOVE NIkon! Simple to use on auto, yet has all the controls if you want to use it in manual mode. Nikon lenses are truly superior to other top brands. I find that Canon point and shoot digital cameras are the best, whereas Nikon DSLR’s are the best. Of course a lot of that has to do with the lens you’re using. I would only recommend Nikon. Don’t buy cheap off-brand lenses to save money, you pictures will suffer!
Nikon D60 or Canon XSi
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After doing much reading and going back and forth trying to decide which camera was the one for me I went for the Nikon D60 – Price wise the Nikon is a little less than the Canon but if you are looking for an SLR camera you can spend a few bucks more to get the better quallity item, in my case after much web surfing I learned that the Canon has issues with service and the equipment itself, more than Nikon. As a customer I should be able to buy something and get what I paid for, if such item doesn’t work 100% out of the box I should be able to get a new one and not have it sent for repair (then what is their quallity control good for?) – I barely found any issues with the Nikon brand, I found more praises that anything else. The picture quallity is stunning, easy to use (I’m one that plays first then reads the manual) – colors are superv – the only thing I did not like is that it doesnt have “live view”, meaning that you can’t see on the screen what you are getting ready to shoot at, you have to use the viewfinder. But even then, after using it and seing the results I don’t care for that feature any more, I rather have a camera that is going to give me great pictures and a warranty that is going to cover it as well, the camera itself comes with a one year but the lens comes with a 5 year warranty from Nikon. It also has a feature that allows you to add filters after you have taken the picture, keeping the original intact. The viewfinder is very brigh and of good size. I also looked for a good and convinient bag for it and the best I found was the Mytho Swiss Gear (model GA-7865-02F00) that you can find for 49.00 bucks at your local electronics store. And as a last note, I love buying from Amazon, they have good prices and good customer service.
Reconditioned really means brand new
I am convinced that when you see these ads for “reconditioned” gear, it isn’t actually used, it is stuff that didn’t sell by the time a new model was brought out, and the company doesn’t want to compete with new model against new model. So they just label it “reconditioned”. Because this camera and lens are virtually, and likely actually, brand new. Love it.
Nikon D60, Great Budget Camera
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Review for the Nikon D60 with 18-55mm VR Nikkor lens
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Switching from a Cannon Powershot A95 point and shoot to a SLR Camera was a huge jump. When I first got it I was a little intimidated. Surprisingly I found it very easy to operate and I was out taking pictures that same day with the automatic setting of course. Now after a few weeks, I have gone through the manual and have become a lot more comfortable with the manual settings. I highly recommend buying at a minimum the Nikon ss-600 flash which is what I got. The pictures come out incredible and professional like. I am sure once I have more practice my pictures will be just as good as a Studio. At least that is the goal and with this camera and it’s simple to understand functions, I am sure I will get there. I also bought the AF-S Nikon Nikkor 55-200mm Zoom lens as the lens that comes with the camera is limited on close ups. All three of these items including a 4 year protection, 8GB Card, Two extra batteries, Bag, cleaning kit and car charger where all bought via Amazon and Cameta Cameras which is an Amazon Retailer. Huge savings! Bought everything for around $1050. Compared to Best Buy where just the camera, protection plan, flash and extra lens was over $1300. If I would of bought everything at a local retailer like Best Buy, I would of spent almost $1700. Wow!
VERY PLEASED with this compact DSLR
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I began my excursion into the DSLR world with the Olympus 4/3 system, which is a fantastic system, period. What lured me away from Olympus to the Nikon DX DSLR system was the simultaneous introduction earlier this year of the now widely acclaimed 16-85mm VR zoom lens and the D60 DSLR, which has a built-in dust reduction system. IMO, the IQ of the D60, when used in RAW capture mode with the 16-85mm zoom lens, is a notch above that of the Olympus E-410 (equipped with the ZD 14-54mm zoom lens), which I owned for several months (and before that the E-1 and E-330). The D60 wins hands-down in the noise department, even at low ISO settings, and beats the pants off the E-410 at higher ISOs. The same is true for dynamic range. It’s not that the E-410 has poor dynamic range, becuase it doesn’t. Rather, the D60 has such unbelievable dynamic range that, compared side-by-side, it makes the dynamic range of the E-410 look weak by comparison.
Gadget Owner Blog: The Nikon D60
I’ve been an owner for over a year and it remains a popular choice among prosumers. I’m not going to go into the the features or comparisons to great extent but I at least wanted to give an idea of how the Nikon D60 has served me.