Summary: The D60 is the latest refinement in Nikon's entry-level DSLR range. It is one of the smallest DSLRs ever made and features a simple feature-set, not to confuse people getting their first DSLR.
Pros: Accurate image colors, Low image noise and good retention of details, Extremely responsive, Eye-start sensor, Good focusing accuracy, Good build quality, Good ergonomics, may be too small though, In camera RAW processing
Cons: Tendency to over-expose, Poor automatic white-balance in artificial light, Limited interface control, Below average battery-life, No depth-of-field preview, No bracketing, Behavior of Auto ISO somewhat strange, Exposure step cannot be changed, always 1/3 EV, No auto focus support for prime lenses...
Excerpt: So let’s suppose you are that person, you know, the one who really likes to take snapshots, but you’re a bit disgruntled, because your once beloved point-and-shoot isn’t cutting it anymore. You long for bigger, better, sharper images, but you’ve got issues.
Pros: Brightest, sharpest LCD in category. Stop motion movies. Active D-Lighting-fixes shots during processing. In-camera RAW conversion. Fast start-up to shoot.
Cons: Compact styling means the controls are a bit cramped for big hands. Only three-point autofocus system. Manual shooting a bit ungainly. Just three frames-per-second in continuous shooting mode.