Users of the Nikon D40 through Nikon D5000 cameras are probably aware of the fact that these cameras cannot autofocus with all Nikon-compatible lenses. These cameras lack a built-in autofocus motor and, therefore, must rely on the motors inside the lenses in order achieve autofocus.
Since the introduction of the D40, Nikon has shown a commitment to making lenses that are compatible with all its DSLRs by putting autofocus motors inside. The following list contains those current lenses from Nikon and will be amended as new, compatible lenses are introduced. [click to continue…]
Megapixel.net has posted a review of the Nikon D60.
What’s nice about the D60 is that Nikon didn’t change things about the D40 that worked. The same solid construction is here. The economy of design and outstanding ergonomics are still here, too.
Read Photography Bay’s full review of the Nikon D60 here.
For even more news and reviews on the D60, check out Photography Bay’s Nikon D60 Reviews and Resources.
Dell has posted another great deal for a limited time:
$529.99 after $70 off Nikon D60 DSLR with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR AF-S DX Nikkor Lens w. coupon code WCDRN$4S2PGLFK
Be sure to enter the coupon code to get the reduced price of $529.99. It’s good through Nov. 13 or 200 redemptions, whichever comes first.
Ritz Camera has a killer deal on the Nikon D60 kit with 18-55mm VR and 55-200mm VR lenses, which also includes a gadget bag and Nikon DVDs.
It’s only $799 through this Saturday.
You can also pick up an HP All-in-One printer for free after the mail-in rebate with the D60 kit.
The Nikon D60 is a solid camera, which Photography Bay highly recommends. Read Photography Bay’s Nikon D60 Review for more info.
Click here to go to the Ritz Camera sale page for the Nikon D60.