Affordable , ease of use , great shots on the fly , lightweight and sinple
24 June 2014
Summary: if you have a choice between the D40 and the "D40X" , You absolutely and definitely NEED to go with the "D40X" , the follow up "X" is 5 times the camera the D40 is , all the small irritating things the regular D40 has plenty of are happily absent from the "D40X" an absolutely beautiful performer .
Summary: WOW what great pictures it takes. easy to learn, very fast shutter, light weight. i have taken only about 200 photos so far and purchased a 55-200vr lense to go along with the 18-55 lense that came with the camera. together these lenses and camera take the best pictures I have ever taken. EXCELLENT.
Summary: 1st DSLR and It is perfect! love the crisp photos and easy to learn settings. The 40x is greatly priced as well and with it being an older DSLR i have been able to find many upgrades for it very cheap which just makes the purchase even better!!
Summary: I've had this camera for almost a whole year. It's got only a few scratches on it, however, it still works like a charm. There are no issues with taking beautiful pictures with it, and I truly love it.
Cheaper DSLR compared to D90 or D3000 but photowise will compete.
3 April 2014
Summary: First off, the price is very affordable. It takes good shots (as good as Nikon D90) and it’s easy to operate, easy to grip and very light for a DSLR. Pricewise, it's the best bang for the bucks. Toss off your digicams and buy this entry level DSLR and let your photos soar off!
Summary: Best "Non-Professional" SLR camera... I could spend hundreds more and get better but for this amateur it works wonders... Have had years of fun and complements over my Pics and see no need to upgrade now...
Summary: Very good camera in my opinion. The only limitation is that this model does not have an internal motor for auto-focus lenses. So,the lens itself must have the motor instead. The 18-55mm lens that came with this does have the motor inside, so auto-focus works with it.