Nikon D3000 10.2 Megapixel Digital SLR Camera Body with Lens Kit - 18 mm - 55 mm

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The D3000 is the ideal choice for people looking to upgrade from their point-and-shoot camera to a digital SLR. The D3000 features a new Guide mode a hassle-free way for less-experienced picture-takers to master the capabilities of digital SLR cameras. Through its intuitive user-friendly interface, Guide mode assists users in choosing shooting modes for a variety of situations and, if they choose, in exploring advanced photographic techniques.


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Product Title: Nikon D3000 10.2 Megapixel Digital SLR Camera Body with Lens Kit - 18 mm - 55 mm

Manufacturer: Nikon

Lowest Price: $439.95 from Fullfillment By Amazon

Power Score: 4.4 | 10 Reviews


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D3000 a excellent FOREVER camera

Strengths: Extremely easy to use. Compact, feels good in my hands. As easy as point and shoot.

Weakness: NONE

Already have used my new D3000 several times and the picture taking is a complete pleasure. The only bad one s were my own fault. The kit lens can be used in most indoor photo sessions. And the touted 55-200mm for most outdoor situations.. However, I ve found that using the Tamron 18-200 has given me a single lens that can be used in a wide variety of shooting conditions. Should have just gotten...
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By anonymous; - Sep 16, 2010

the D3000 Nikon SLf

Strengths: Simplicity

Weakness: a wee bit heavy

I purchased this camera as I was about to leave for a 10-day vacation in Switzerland. This camera did not disappoint me; it was simple to use; took absolutely beautiful photos. I especially like having to use the view finder instead of the display to shoot the pics. Displays have always presented problems for me especially since I am near sighted with an astigmatism. So pleased I made this...
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By wade5533 - Jul 7, 2010

Bad Photo

Strengths: You can't take a bad photo unless you forget to remove the lens cover!

Weakness: It makes you look so good your always taking photo's while everyone else is eating pie.

The photo's are sharp wide and as a non expert I leave it on Auto mode and point & shoot. It's user friendly and as you feel like taking on more it guides you thru with ease.

By grandfanale - Dec 8, 2009

Nikon D3000 Review

The Nikon D3000 is the replacement for the Nikon D40 and D60 digital SLR cameras, inheriting some features from each, including a 10-megapixel sensor, a simplified control interface, and a small body. The Nikon D3000 kit includes a Vibration Reduction zoom lens in place of the older ED lens that shipped with the D40. The D3000's special Guide mode is designed to make shooting in special...
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By Imaging Resource - Oct 30, 2009

Camera Labs – Nikon D3000 review

The D3000 is Nikon’s latest entry-level DSLR, featuring 10.2 Megapixels and an easy-to-use control system aimed at beginners or those upgrading from a point-and-shoot. It’s the true successor to the popular D60 and positioned below the D5000 in the current Nikon range. The D3000 inherits the sensor and body of the earlier D60, but increases the screen size to 3in and grabs the impressive...
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By cameralabs.com - Oct 25, 2009

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