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Studio scene comparison (higher sensitivities)

The small difference between the D40X and the D60's new 'Expeed' processing is most obvious at higher ISO settings, where the D60 produces images that are marginally softer but have noticeably less visible noise (particularly the color blotches of chroma noise). The difference between the D60 and the Canon EOS 400D isn't huge (the Canon does slightly better at high ISO settings), nor in truth is the difference between the D60 and the Olympus E-410 (though the D60 is doing a better job at ISO 1600).

As noted elsewhere the D60 uses rather conservative sharpening (for a camera at this level), and if you add a little unsharp masking the output start to look very similar to the Canon. Overall the D60's high ISO output represents a small, but not insignificant improvement over the D40X.

ISO 800

Nikon D60 Canon EOS 400D
Olympus E-410 Nikon D40X

ISO 1600

Nikon D60 Canon EOS 400D
Olympus E-410 Nikon D40X

ISO 3200 ('Hi-1')

Nikon D60 Nikon D40X
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iwantboromir

I have a D60 that has quit working, is it worthy of being repaired or should I look into investing that money into a newer model?

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Lbeck438

Own d60, thinking of trading it in on a up grade model, which model would someone recommend .

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rkaufmann87

I would consider the D7100 or 7200, I just upgraded to the d7100 for stills. If you do a lot of action shots the d7200 is a better choice due to having a larger buffer.

However if you like the small size of the d60, consider the d3300. This is a great little camera with tons of easy to use features and the photo quality is great. It is also inexpensive compared to the d7100/d7200.

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