Yes.. I like it very much and I think that it is the best dslr camera nowadays..
Just bought a d60, just exploring...how do I get the lcd screen to show whats through the viewfinder???..
You can't. The D60 does not have live-view. The only Nikon SLRs with live-view are the D300 and D3...
I am a beginning photography enthusiast and I'm looking for help deciding between four different cameras. Any advice regarding the best features of any of the 4, or even the differences between the four, would be appreciated. They are:.
Canon EOS Rebel XTi.
Olympus EVolt E-510.
Sony alpha A350X or A300X.
Thanks for any help!.
I intend to use my camera for large reproductions (20 X 30).What is the minimum number of pixels that would be needed to produce an accurate noise free print. I'm getting ready to purchase a new camera. Looking at Nikon D40,D60,D80. Would the D40 be up to this job or do I need the 10 meg on the D60 or D80?..
You cant get that to happen dude, the camera doesnt have that setting at all. I think it mentioned that in the manual but I'm not sure. I knwo what you mean, it is nice to have that feature but it still takes amazing pictures..
I used to think live-view was the only way to shoot since I grew up on point-n-shoots for a long time. Now that I have my D60, I try putting my point-n-shoot to my eye before realizing what I'm doing. Live-view is good, but it might not give the complete picture when composing your shots...
My camera is a Nikon D60 and I cannot get my NEF files to open in Adobe Elements 6. Any idea what I am doing wrong?..
Download and install Adobe Camera Raw 4.6 from http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=4040 It'll add support for the D60, as well as the D700 and D90. The RAW converter plug-in provided on the CD that came with your camera should also work, but ACR offers more features...
That is wonderful - it works perfectly! I had been pulling my hair out over that issue. Thanks so much...
I own a Nikon D40X which is very similar to the D60. I have upgraded this camera with an 18-55mm Nikkor DX VR and a 55-200m Nikkor DX VR lens. I have also used to Canon EOS Rebel XTi extensively and I can tell you that the Nikon D60 is a noticeably superior camera. First of all, the kit lens for the Canon XTi does not have image stabilization. The Nikon D60 kit lens is of superior optical quality and has VR (vibration reduction) which means you could shoot down to 1/15 of s second without using a tripod. The 2 cameras feel very different.
The Rebel XTi feels like a toy. But the most important difference is the image quality, with the Nikon D60 outclassing the the Canon with noticeably sharper images with more vivid colours. Hope I could be of some help in making your decision easier. Attachments:.