Nikon D60 Review at PC Mag


PC Mag has posted a review of the Nikon D60.

I don’t have many complaints about the D60. It is an easy-to-use camera that produces high-quality images, and at $750 (with lens), it’s a terrific deal. But since there aren’t too many substantial feature upgrades from the D40x, the D60 is in danger of falling behind the current competition.

Read Photography Bay’s full review of the Nikon D60 here.

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Nikon D60 DSLR Review at Photoxels

Photoxels has posted a review of the Nikon D60.

In the D60, Nikon has succeeded in bringing together all the elements a first-time DSLR user needs for capturing excellent images with point-and-shoot ease-of-use in a compact, light and comfortable body.

For even more news and reviews on the D60, check out Photography Bay’s Nikon D60 Reviews and Resources page.

Nikon D60 Review at Imaging Resource

Imaging Resource has posted a review of the 10.1 megapixel Nikon D60.

Like the D40x before it, the Nikon D60 is a real gem. Consumers should want one, intermediate photographers should want one, and pros would do well to carry one too. The Nikon D60 is one of the finest “family” cameras on the market, easily upholding the standards of its predecessors, which is a tall order.

I couldn’t agree more with Imaging Resource’s assessment (see PB’s Nikon D60 Review).  For even more news and reviews on the D60, check out Photography Bay’s Nikon D60 Reviews and Resources page.

Nikon D60 Review at Digital Camera Info

Digital Camera Info has posted a review of the 10.1 megapixel Nikon D60.

Imaging performance shines when it comes to noise, and the responsiveness while shooting is exceptional for a camera in this class. However, the D60 also lagged in several equally important areas, including white balance and dynamic range.

For the latest news and reviews on the D60, check out Photography Bay’s Nikon D60 Reviews and Resources page.

Nikon D60 Review at DC Resource

DC Resource has published a review of the new 10.1 megapixel Nikon D60.

I think more experienced photographers will frown on its overprocessed photos, mediocre set of manual controls, and autofocus lens support. I think there are better entry-level D-SLRs out there, but the D60 is still worth looking at.

For the latest news and reviews on the D60, check out Photography Bay’s Nikon D60 Reviews and Resources page.

Nikon D60 Review at Think Camera

Think Camera has posted a review of the Nikon D60.

Those looking to make a first class entry level DSLR purchase need only know that the Nikon D60 is an excellent choice – it’s small, light, affordable, easy to use and has enough solid and fun features to get any enthusiast going. Although current Nikon D40x users will probably not feel the need to upgrade, taken on its own merit, Nikon D60 is up there with the best entry level DSLR, if not the best.

For the latest news and reviews on the D60, check out Photography Bay’s Nikon D60 Reviews and Resources page.

Nikon D60 Review at Steve’s Digicams

Steve’s Digicams has posted a review of the Nikon D60.

The new Nikon D60 is quite impressive for an entry-level dSLR, offering superb performance, great image quality, and multiple exposure options. The 3fps continuous drive mode (or 3.5fps in our testing), Sensor Cleaning system and onboard HELP Menu are distinct improvements for this soon to be popular camera.

For the latest news and reviews on the D60, check out Photography Bay’s Nikon D60 Reviews and Resources page.

Nikon D60 Review

Nikon introduced entry-level D60, a follow up to the D40x, in January 2008 at PMA.  The 10.2 megapixel Nikon D60 then became the third entry-level DSLR that Nikon has brought to the market in just over a one year period.  This is a stark change in the market life of DSLRs over the past several years.  Generally speaking, camera makers have introduced replacements in their various lines approximately every 18 months.  However, Nikon has seen great success in the entry-level DSLR market since the introduction of the 6 megapixel D40 at the end of 2006, which was followed by the 10.2 megapixel D40x in Spring 2007.

The Nikon D60 is really more of an evolution of the D40/D40x line than a revolutionary update.  Slated toward the entry-level market, the Nikon D60 brings some powerful and exciting features to the table that give entry-level users plenty of room to grow with the camera. [Read more...]