'most exciting cameras'
'Double the megapixel count of the D3.'
'great battery life'
'truly stunning pictures'
'A middle-of-the-pack performer, with the exception of very fast start-up times, the D3000 doesn't improve much on the D60. '
'The Nikon D3000 looks and feels expensive; its build is similar to the more-expensive ($999 list, body only) Nikon D90 , but it's more compact (1.16 pounds) with a smaller grip and fewer buttons. '
'If you're an enthusiast photographer and want to learn more about how to take photos in different situations, there is probably no better camera to get your hands on than the Nikon D3000. '
'Images are sharp and have good color.'
'Ultimately, the Nikon D90 gets high marks because it's a fast camera that delivers a great shooting experience and first-rate photos for the money.'
'With its very good feature set, excellent image quality, and reasonable price, the D90 is a camera you should absolutely consider if you're shopping for a mid-range SLR. '
'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.
'first-rate color accuracy'
'The D700's solid, weather-sealed magnesium-alloy body is ergonomically sound, providing good balance in the hand thanks to its grip and the positioning of the controls on the back.'
'Second status LCD has been eliminated.'
'Canon Rebel XTi lacks a spot metering mode'
'good general purpose starter lens'
'No dedicated status display.'
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