Nikon D60

Announced Jan 29, 2008 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | APS-C sensor
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DCRP Review: Nikon D60
By: Jeff Keller, Digital Camera Resource Page (Jun 4, 2008)

The Nikon D60 is an entry-level digital SLR aimed squarely at consumers. It has a friendly interface with numerous help screens, in-camera photo editing, and very vivid color that borders on unrealistic. You also get a dust reduction system, snappy performance, Active D-Lighting, and solid build quality. There are quite a few downsides, though, including a limited selection of autofocus lenses,...

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Nikon D60 review
By: Jamie Harrison, What Digital Camera (Apr 2, 2008)

The D60 is a bit of a mixed bag, with plenty to recommend it such as the dust reduction, and legacy technology from the D3 and D300. However, it also suffers from an older and cheaper AF system and a smallish LCD screen. But on the most important criteria the news is better. The images are excellent, especially the noise control at higher ISOs, despite the number of pixels on the LCD - surely a...

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Nikon D60 review

The Nikon D60 may not be a world apart from its predecessor, but it remains a good, solid, 10 Megapixel entry-level DSLR. It’s very easy to use, handles well and produces great looking – if slightly over-saturated – images in its fully automatic modes. As such it’s an ideal model for first-time DSLR buyers who are perhaps upgrading from a point and shoot. And of course there’s wealth of...

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