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The Nikon D60 is a 10.2 MP 2.5” 230K LCD Digital Camera with AF-S DX VR NIKKOR 18-55mm Lens. It is a replacement for the practically identical D40x. It weighs 1 lb. 1 oz. and its dimensions are 5.0 x 3.7 x 2.5 in. (126 x 94 x 64mm), (W x H x D). It comes with a number of accessories, some of which include EN-EL9 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery, MH-23 Quick Charger, UC-E4 USB Cable, DK-20 Rubber Eyecup, AN-DC1 Camera Strap, BF-1A Body Cap, DK-5 Eyepiece Cap, BS-1 Accessory Shoe Cover, Software…See more
The Nikon D60 is a 10.2 MP 2.5” 230K LCD Digital Camera with AF-S DX VR NIKKOR 18-55mm Lens. It is a replacement for the practically identical D40x. It weighs 1 lb. 1 oz. and its dimensions are 5.0 x 3.7 x 2.5 in. (126 x 94 x 64mm), (W x H x D). It comes with a number of accessories, some of which include EN-EL9 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery, MH-23 Quick Charger, UC-E4 USB Cable, DK-20 Rubber Eyecup, AN-DC1 Camera Strap, BF-1A Body Cap, DK-5 Eyepiece Cap, BS-1 Accessory Shoe Cover, Software CD: Nikon ViewNX for browsing and organizing. These accessories will vary by country.
The Nikon D60 has a default ISO set at ISO 100 and has a flash sync speed of 1/200. The finder gives 95% coverage horizontally and vertically with its eye-level penta-Dach mirror single-lens reflex viewfinder. The magnification is 0.8x with 50mm f/1.4 lens at infinity. For the eyepoint, at normal diopter setting, it is 18mm. The dioptometric adjustment ranges from -1.7 to +0.5 diopters. The Nikon D60 uses a Type B BriteView Clear Matte screen Mark V as a focusing screen. The AF system in use is the Nikon Multi-CAM 530 autofocus sensor module with TTL phase detection with 3 AF points. The detection range is specified to be between -1 to +19 EV (ISO 100, 20 degrees C/68 degrees F). This camera uses a 10 Mp CCD sensor and is capable of producing image sizes of 3,872 x 2,592 native (Large), also 2,896 x 1,944 (Medium) and 1,936 x 1,296 (Small). The shutter is an electronically-controlled, vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter with speeds of 1/400o to 30 seconds in steps of 1/3 EV. There are 4 release modes: single frame, continuous, self-timer and remote control. The camera uses Nikon’s latest Creative Lighting System for its flash exposure system. Its LCD displays measure at 2.5” with a sensor to turn it off when the Nikon D60 is put to the eye. The rated battery life is 500 shots per CIPA. Additional features include Active Dust Reduction System with Airflow control that automatically reduces the amount of dust that reaches the sensor. Besides that, the Nikon D60 also allows for in-camera image editing through its enhanced retouch menu which includes features such as Nikon D-Lighting, Red-Eye Correction, Image Trim, Image Overlay, Monochrome, as well as filter effects to provide creative freedom.See less
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my camera use to work excellent, now the flash does not work and I cannot focus my lens indoors can someone help me?
(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2010-06-22
I am wondering if you can change the focal areas to have them all focus at the same time instead of just one area??
(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2010-06-16
I would like to buy Nikon D60 camera and trying to decide which is the best lens to buy. Since, at this time I am buying only one lens? I am looking for the best ans most versatile lens. As I been looking into this, I also like to know if their is a difference between the steel or plastic mount on the lens?
(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2009-09-20
I'm new to DSLR. Have for years owned Canon (A-1, AE-1). I'm in the graphics business, and use Photoshop on a daily basis, so retouching is second nature to me. The pixel issue should not be a problem for what I do (D40–6.0, or D60-10.0). It seems, from sample pixs I've seen, blowing up in P-shop, getting in tight on subjects for detailed touching up should be okay. What's your opinion? I'm on a limited budget at the moment (aren't we all), and need to get a DSLR which will stay with me for the long haul. Had to borrow a friend's Panasonic Luminex; I was in a bind; had to use it. Lousy results. Too low res for retouching. If there are any graphics people or pro photographers out there, who use either a D 40 or D60, your suggestions would be more than welcome. Which camera should I get? I've kind of had it with Canon. Thanks
(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2009-07-20
I'm new to the nikon D60 and I have to take a photo of my dad so his picture can be in a magazine. They said the photo must be in 300dpi. Can I take a photo in 300dpi, in other words- how do I go about changing the dpi in my camera? Or is it easier to just edit it on irfanview?
Answered by wydown 2009-09-01:
Well, this might help you. If you have Photoshop, or know someone who does, then it's a simple process of opening the photo in that program and saving it as 300 dpi. It would be a good idea to check with the publication as to their specs, and ask how they prefer the image saved. If you do it in Photoshop, then you have the opportunity of retouching to your satisfaction. Some pubs will take a JPG, or PDF. At 300 dpi, uploading the image could be time-consuming depending on the image's overall dimensions (inches, etc.). I'm assuming you'd be sending a color photo, so you might need to save it as a CMYK, and not RGB. So call or check with the pub first for ALL their