Summary Nikon D60

Prices Price
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With 18-55mm lens
$398
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Specifications Key specs
Sensor size
Help APS-C 23.6x15.8mm
Screen resolution
Help 230k dots
Megapixels
Help 10 MP
Movie format
Help None
Screen size
Help 2.5"
Light sensitivity
Help 1,600 ISO
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Morgan (4:49 PM, June 24, 2014)
What kind of telelens can i use best for this camera for a good price.As a beginner i dont understand what size i even need for it.
 
bopha (8:02 AM, April 08, 2014)
hi guys can i get an advice of what to buy between a canon d1100 and a nikon d60
 
Avatar for Jirupu Jirupu (9:57 AM, November 08, 2012)
Well, I have been using this camera for a year now and I'm very very grateful to it as it introduced me to this beautiful world of photography. At first, I was jealous with my friends who have a better camera than I do, as it lacks so many features (ei. video, built in motor, slow continuous shooting, terrible at High ISO, etc). But every time I hit the shutter, It's just amazing.! For a camera that cost me for just almost $250 (bought it 2nd hand with <3k actuations), I'm more than satisfied. :)

I'm upgrading now to D7000 but I will never sell my d60. :)
 
Guest (9:57 AM, November 08, 2012)
Well, I have been using this camera for a year now and I'm very very grateful to it as it introduced me to this beautiful world of photography. At first, I was jealous with my friends who have a better camera than I do, as it lacks so many features (ei. video, built in motor, slow continuous shooting, terrible at High ISO, etc). But every time I hit the shutter, It's just amazing.! For a camera that cost me for just almost $250 (bought it 2nd hand with <3k actuations), I'm more than satisfied. :)

I'm upgrading now to D7000 but I will never sell my d60. :)
Here's a sample shot to share. :)
 
Avatar for Mario Carmine Moretto Mario Carmine Moretto (1:27 AM, April 17, 2011)
I know this camera is going by the wayside, especially since new models at the same entry-level have all the upgrades you'd expect over a model that's going on three years old. Still, I feel the review on this site misses one key point: For people looking to make the move from point-and-shoot to DSLR, this is still a really great little camera to learn on. Especially since you can get used ones so cheap now.
 
Avatar for Snapsort Snapsort (5:03 PM, March 29, 2011)
Hi Louie, I'm not sure I understand your question.

APS-C is the name given to that size of sensor. Full frame and APS-H are names of other sensor sizes. CCD is the name of a type of sensor. CMOS is another type of sensor.
 
Louie (5:00 PM, March 29, 2011)
Why do the specs say that there is an APS-C 23.6x15.8mm sensor and mentions that it's a CCD sensor?
 
Avatar for Snapsort Snapsort (2:41 AM, January 17, 2011)
Yes it appears the SB-26 is compatible with the Nikon d60 (Auto, Manual, Rear Curtain, Repeating Flash, Red Eye Reduction) http://snpsrt.com/fHfAvK (search for SB-26)
 
Vinny (2:26 AM, January 17, 2011)
can anyone please tell me whether the speedlight sb26 can be used on the nickon d60 ? Thanks