Nikon D3000 Review
The Nikon D3000 DSLR is Nikon’s new entry-level digital SLR camera targeted to first-time DSLR users thinking of upgrading from point-and-shoot compact digicams to an easy-to-use digital SLR camera. To this end, the Nikon D3000 has a Guide Mode to make that transition as painless as possible. Read our Nikon D3000 review to find out why we think this Family DSLR deserves an Editor’s Choice Award.
NIKON D3000 REVIEW – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
This Nikon D3000 Review is based on a production model.
The Nikon D3000 DSLR is an excellent entry-level Family DSLR for beginner photographers tired of the limitations of Point-and-Shoot digital cameras. It is a compact and lightweight DSLR camera with the performance and responsiveness characteristic of much more expensive digital SLR cameras.
The D3000 is easily one of the best deals available among digital SLR cameras, especially when purchased together with the AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR kit lens. It handles superbly and its matrix metering nails the exposure right. Performance and responsiveness are excellent. Auto mode, Scene modes and the new Guide mode make this DSLR camera an easy upgrade from point-and-shoot photography.
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