'very nice LCD'
'Full HD movie recording'
'High resolution 18 Megapixel stills.'
'steep (AU$14,000) price tag'
'Double the megapixel count of the D3.'
'Highest image quality of any camera'
'great battery life'
'Most egregiously, though, the D3000 lacks simple exposure and flash exposure bracketing.'
'Like other D-SLRs in this price range, there's no video capture; shooting is limited to still images with the D3000.'
'It's a digital SLR camera with in-built guides that can help novices select the appropriate shooting mode and settings depending on the style of photo they want to take.'
'the LCD was sometimes difficult to read in bright light.'
'Nikon doesn't seem to have put sufficient video processing smarts into the camera to properly render video'
'Rolling shutter problem when shooting video..'
'some of our shots exhibited a noticeable lens barrel shadow.'
'An explicit shutter lifetime rating is a first for Nikon in a consumer or prosumer-level SLR, and speaks well for the D90's long-term durability.'
'Low resolution for its class.'
'Relatively heavy • Low resolution'
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