Nikon D60 DSLR Camera with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G AF-S Nikkor Zoom Lens

August 28, 2014 - Comment

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

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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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pm444 "pm444" says:

Just beginning to learn how to use it, but I love it I’ve been using Canon PowerShot point-and-shoot digital cameras for the past 6 years, and because they’re so small, portable, and unobtrusive, I’ve ended up taking a lot more photos that I ever did, because I had my camera with me. The good thing is that I’ve taken a lot more pictures, and most of them have been very good (the camera gets much of the credit here). But the bad thing is that I started to reach the limits of what a point-and-shoot camera can do.The biggest problems I…

Mishal says:

Nice Camera but not a big upgrade D60 is the upgrade for D40x which I owned previously. The differences between two are too small to justify upgrading from D40x. If you own D40 and would like more resolution then D60 may fit the bill. For D40x owners only real advantage is the VR lens which is probably only slightly better than the non-VR one that comes with D40x (for the zoom range of 18-55mm). Off course I am not forgetting D-Lighting which is a much touted feature but I didn’t see noticeable difference in quality. Using…

T. Lin says:

Great DSLR, if you know what you’re doing *** Updated 4/9/08 ***Here’s the quick reminder: it’s not the camera, it’s the photographer. Maybe, maybe a nice fast lens would help.Like most things in life, it doesn’t really matter how “good” or how expensive the equipment is, it’s really how “well” you can use it. You can own the best racket in the world, but Roger Federer will still beat you with a wooden racket any day.Such is the case for the D60. It has more than enough features to produce great…

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