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Nikon D3000 DSLR Camera

Nikon launches its latest baby DSLR, the D3000, one of its entry-level camera.


- little heavier
- feels well made and solid
- nice grip

A programmable Function button--you can set it to control the self-timer, release mode, image quality, ISO sensitivity, white balance, or Active D-Lighting menus, as well as to toggle a grid display in the viewfinder--lies under your left thumb, though it's a little hard to differentiate from the flash pop-up/compensation button that sits above it by feel alone. Behind the shutter button circumscribed by the power switch are the exposure compensation and info buttons; the latter toggles the back display.  

Lot of more useful shooting features missing that other cameras in this price class provide, including wireless flash control and an HDMI connector. Most egregiously, though, the D3000 lacks simple exposure and flash exposure bracketing. 

Color, exposure, and sharpness (we tested with the 18-55mm VR kit lens) are generally very good and its noise profile looks better than most of its competitors.

Nikon D3000 Key Features
  • 10.75 megapixel DX-format CCD sensor (effective pixels: 10.2 million)
  • 3" fixed LCD monitor (230,000 dots)
  • Image sensor cleaning (sensor shake and 'airflow')
  • 11 AF points (with 3D tracking)
  • IS0 100-1600 range (100-3200 expanded)
  • 3 frames per second continuous shooting (buffer: 6 raw, unlimited JPEG)
  • Expeed image processing engine
  • Extensive in-camera retouching including raw development and straightening
  • 72 thumbnail and calendar view in playback
Cons:
Do not have HD Movie recording capability like the Canon 500D 

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