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Studio scene comparison (RAW)

See previous page for RAW workflow.

This is our standard studio scene comparison shot taken from exactly the same tripod position. Lighting: daylight simulation, >98% CRI. Crops are 100%. Ambient temperature was approximately 22°C (~72°F). Camera settings as per previous pages.

Nikon D60 (RAW) vs. Olympus E-410 (RAW)

Nikon D60 (RAW)
Olympus E-410 (RAW)
3,354 KB JPEG (3872 x 2592)
2,959 KB JPEG (3648 x 2736)

As per the previous page both images look sharper than JPEG's straight from the camera, but in this case the improvement in the E-410 image is less marked than the D60 (though as we've said before this is partly down to the fact that Olympus JPEGs are generally very well optimized). Once again, despite the fact you can find slightly more fine texture in the D60 result, in a print these fine differences would be all but indistinguishable.

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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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