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- 10.2 effective Megapixel CCD
- Supports most Nikon F-mount lenses with a 1.5X focal length conversion; only AF-S lenses will support autofocus (like the D40/D40x)
- EXPEED image processing "concept"
- Compact, well constructed body; smallest Nikon D-SLR available
- 2.5" LCD display with 230k pixels; an eye sensor turns off info screen on LCD when you're using the optical viewfinder
- Optical viewfinder has 0.8X magnification and 95% coverage
- Updated dust reduction system shakes off dust and channels particles away from the sensor using an "Airflow Control System"
- Full manual controls; ISO range of 100 - 1600; shutter speed range of 30 - 1/4000 sec
- RAW image format supported
- Shoots at 3 frames/second in burst mode (not sure for how many shots)
- Active D-Lighting lets you brighten up shadow areas of photos at the time a photo is taken
- Lots of retouching options in playback mode: redeye removal, trimming, color filters, and more
- New stop motion animation function lets you create a movie out of (up to) 100 JPEGs
- SD/SDHC memory card slot; Eye-Fi wireless cards supported as well
- Uses EN-EL9 lithium-ion battery; 500 shots per charge
- USB 2.0 High Speed support
- Ships with an F3.5-5.6, 18 - 55 mm VR lens
- In addition to the D60, Nikon also announced three new lenses F3.5-5.6, 16 - 85 mm ED SWM VR AF-S lens - ships in March
- F2.8, 60 mm Micro Nikkor ED SWM AF-S lens - ships in March
- F3.5, 24 mm PC-E ED lens with tilt/shift functionality - ships this spring; I used it a few weeks ago and want one badly
Standard Lens: AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR.
Lens Compatibility: Just like the D40 and D40x, the D60 autofocuses only with AF-S lenses, and does not meter with manual lenses. This means you have to focus older AF lenses by hand, and that you have to guess at exposure with manual focus lenses.
This isn't a problem, since the folks buying the D60 will be getting new lenses at the same time.
Newest AF-S and AF-I NIKKOR: All functions supported.
Traditional non-AF-S or AF-I AF lenses without a built-in motor (including some G and D AF lenses): No autofocus, but everything else like exposure is perfect.
Non-Type G or D AF NIKKOR not equipped with an autofocus motor: All functions supported except 3D color matrix metering II and autofocus.
IX-NIKKOR and AF-NIKKOR for F3AF: No way José!
Type D PC NIKKOR: All functions supported except some shooting modes.
AI-P NIKKOR: All functions supported except 3D color matrix metering II
Manual Focus lenses (non-CPU): No meter, no AF, no nothing except a dot that lights when you're in focus. You can guess the exposure in M, but that's it. The dot (electronic rangefinder) requires a lens of at least f/5.6, which means you'll have to focus mirror lenses by looking at the ground glass.
Type: Eye-level penta-Dach mirror single-lens reflex viewfinder.
Coverage: 95% horizontally and vertically.
Magnification: 0.8x with 50mm f/1.4 lens at infinity. Of course that 50mm f/1.4 lens won't autofocus, and 50mm is a telephoto on this camera. With a normal (for DX) 28mm lens, the magnification is only 0.45x.
Eyepoint: 18mm, at normal diopter setting.
Dioptometric adjustment: -1.7 to +0.5 diopters.
Focusing screen: Type B BriteView Clear Matte screen Mark V.
AF Points: Only three.
AF System: Nikon Multi-CAM 530 autofocus sensor module with TTL phase detection.
AF Detection range: -1 to +19 EV (ISO 100, 20 degrees C/68 degrees F).
AF-assist illuminator: Works to about 10 feet (3m).
AF-area modes: Single-point AF, dynamic-area AF, closest subject AF.
Autofocus lock: Pressing the shutter halfway in single-servo AF, or press the AE-L/AF-L button.
AF Servo Modes: Single-servo AF (S), Continuous-servo AF (C) and my favorite, Auto-servo AF (A). AF-A magically selects between the other two modes. Manual focus: Use the ground glass as Ansel Adams did, or Nikon also provides an electronic rangefinder, which is a simple "OK" dot that lights when you're in focus.
Nikon D60 10 MP CCD.
Sensor: 10 MP CCD (same sensor as D80/D200 for all I know).
Format: 23.6 x 15.8 mm DX.
ISO: 100 - 1,600 in full stops, also a trick ISO 3,200 mode.
Image sizes: 3,872 x 2,592 native (Large), also 2,896 x 1,944 (Medium) and 1,936 x 1,296 (Small).
Dirt Removal: Image Sensor Cleaning System, Airflow Control System. If you use Capture NX, there's an Image Dust Off reference data option.
Nikon D60 sensor unit.
FILE FORMATS top
JPG: Basic, Normal and Fine.
NEF raw: 12-bit compressed.
Also JPG + raw.
Stop motion video: Creates a stop-motion animation from a sequence of images for added creative fun to your pictures.
SHUTTER, RELEASE AND ADVANCE MODES top
Nikon D60 top.
Frame Rate: Up to 3 FPS, for up to 100 continuous shots.
Shutter Speeds: 1/4,000 to 30 seconds in steps of 1/3 EV; Bulb, Time (optional ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control required).
Shutter Type: Electronically-controlled, vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter.
Release modes: Single frame, Continuous, Self-timer, Remote control (optional ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control required)
Self-timer: 2, 5, 10 and 20 seconds.
Remote Control: ML-L3, the tiny infra-red $17 remote.
METERING, EXPOSURE and WHITE BALANCE top
Metering: TTL exposure metering using 420-segment RGB 3-D Color Matrix Metering II.
Metering Modes: Matrix, Center-Weighted, and 3.5mm Spot.
Rated Metering Range: 0 - 20 LV; 2 - 20 LV in spot mode. My experience has shown that Nikon's meters always work great even in much dimmer light than rated.
Exposure Modes: P, S, A, M: manual flash pop-up with button release. Dummy modes: Auto, Portrait, Child, Close up, Night portrait modes: Auto flash with auto pop-up.
Exposure lock: AE-L/AF-L button
Exposure compensation: -5 to +5 EV in 1/3 stops.
White Balance: 8 modes (when Auto is selected, TTL white balance with main image sensor and 420-segment RGB sensor is available). Fine-tuning possible, yay!
Nikon D60 with flash popped-up.
Built-in Flash? YES. Guide number 12/39 (m/ft, ISO 100, 20 degrees C/68 degrees F) or 13/43 in manual mode (m/ft, ISO 100, 20°C/68°F)
Maximum Shutter Speed with Flash (Sync Speed): Only 1/200.
Remote Flash Control: You need to buy an SB-800 or SU-800 to use as the commander.
Flash modes: Front curtain sync, slow sync, rear-curtain sync, red-eye reduction, red-eye reduction with slow sync.
Flash Brightness Compensation: -3 to +1 stops in 1/3 stops.
Flash-ready indicator: Lights when built-in flash or Speedlight such as SB-800, SB-600, SB-400 is fully charged; blinks after flash is fired at full output
Flash Sync terminal: None; buy an AS-15 Hot-Shoe Sync Terminal Adapter.
Flash Exposure System: Nikon's latest Creative Lighting System (CLS), just like everything since 2003. Flash Color Information Communication supported with built-in flash and CLS-compatible Speedlight.
TTL for digital SLR using 420-segment RGB sensor i-TTL balanced fill-flash (with metering other than spot) and standard i-TTL flash (with spot metering) are available with built-in flash, SB-800, SB-600, or SB-400, and CPU lenses.
Auto aperture: Available with SB-800 and CPU lenses.
Non-TTL auto: Supported flash units include SB-800, SB-28, SB-27, SB-22S, SB-80DX and SB-28DX
Range-priority manual: Available with SB-800