Summary: Nikon removed AF support after D50, along with the top display, making the quick dual-function side buttons useless, so they disabled them. Meanwhile Canon is riddled with buttons. So the end result is the D60 is a really tedious camera to use that only supports the newer, expensive AF-S lenses. And that goes for all Nikon Budget models: D40/x, D3000, D3100, D5000.
Summary: The Ritz ad for this camera look like the ordinary Nikon D60, which is a great camera. However, this model has GOLD trim, not silver. It is awful looking. It's bling, bling everywhere. It's so ugly, it would make Mr. T cry!
Summary: I have owned a D50 for 3 years and love it. I damaged my 28-80 mm lens and was looking to replace it with both the 18-55mm and 55-200 VR package. The cost of buying the D60 package vs the lenses separately (and reselling my D50) was only about an extra $100 so I decided to "upgrade" The D60 had a few features I didn't have in my D50.
Pros: Bright LCD, Comfortable Controls, Easy To Use, Fast Shutter Speed
Cons: Coloring is not accurate, Not as sharp as D50, Poor In Low Light
Summary: I bought it on Oct. 2008, and I did not used it a lot. Recently I find that in all the pictures I took by it, there is a spot in the upper part. And I checked the first picture I took by it, and found that it is from the first photo there is already the spot.It is really a pity. I bought this camera for nearly $700. But it is even not as good as a $100 simple camera.
Summary: me la regalaron de día del padre, me ha gustado, pero hay ciertos detalles que no me convencen: para fotos de noche, tiene problemas con las luces blancas y de colores extraños, como por ejemplo el otro día que tomé fotos a fuergos artificiales, no me gustaron los colores para nada, y la he probado con luces halogenas y no le va nada bien tampoco y de noche para enfocar se puede poner bastante lenta sigamos con otros puntos solo 3 puntos de enfoque ??