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Nikon D60 (with 18-55mm VR Lens)

Nikon D60 (with 18-55mm VR Lens)

10.2MP Digital SLR Camera with 3x Optical Zoom
Most frequently recommended for:
Best Digital Camera for Action Photos Under $600
Editors' Ratings:
"Highly Recommended" at DPReview.com
"Dave's Pick" at Imaging-Resource.com
"Rated Very Good" by CNET.com
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Expert
31 Compliments
53 Recommendations
Recommended as
“Taking the best attributes of the D60’s predecessor, the D40x, and adding a Vibration Reduction kit lens was exactly what Nikon needed to do to make this the perfect DSLR for shooting action…”
Expert
7 Compliments
27 Recommendations
Recommended as
“The 10.1 megapixel Nikon D60 DSLR with its AF-S DX Nikkor 18-55mm f3.5-5.6G VR kit lens is a more upscale entry level DSLR than its 6 megapixel brother, the D40, and a direct replacement for the D40X. With more resolution, a kit lens with in-the-lens…”
Expert
31 Compliments
53 Recommendations
Recommended as
“Are you looking to take magazine quality photos with a lightweight camera designed for people on the go? Do you want to capture the action at the ballfield, on the stage or in the backyard without breaking the bank? Then check out these three cameras to…”
Expert
32 Compliments
88 Recommendations
Recommended as
“Nikon is currently the only DSLR manufacturer that includes a dedicated Auto-Focus assist light on all their DSLR camera models. Other entry level DSLRs use a Flash strobe as the AF assist in low light, which might startle the subject and is annoying…”
Expert
21 Compliments
97 Recommendations
Recommended as
“The D60 is Nikon’s entry-level DSLR, a basic camera with most of the typical abilities of an SLR camera, though it misses a number of key advanced features. The D60’s high-ISO ability is above average - you’ll be able to freeze motion…”
Expert
1 Compliment
4 Recommendations
Recommended as
“This camera has many features found in larger, more expensive SLRs, but in a smaller package. One feature travelers will use over and over again is Active D-Lighting. In high contrast lighting conditions, such as when your subject is in the shade and…”
Expert
32 Compliments
88 Recommendations
Recommended as
“Nikon is currently the only DSLR manufacturer that includes a dedicated Auto-Focus assist light on all their DSLR camera models. Other entry level DSLRs use a Flash strobe as the AF assist in low light, which might startle the subject and is annoying…”

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