Excellent image quality, straight-forward handling and quick performance
1080p60 HD video mode, Excellent image quality
New sensor, No anti-aliasing filter
Built-in Wi-fi addition, Good build quality
Very good photo quality
Good quality at high ISOs
Highest-resolution APS-C DX format Nikon DSLR,
Good video and images
'Practical feature set contribute to the Nikon D5100's strengths.'
'Well-rounded feature set.'
'Superb still image and video quality'
'It’s a strong look as the D3100 succeeds in out-classing a number of DSLR cameras classed as "higher spec" in various manufacturers’ ranges. '
'The camera is impressive throughout its automatic ISO range, and it even performs fairly well at its H1 setting, ISO 6400.'
'Nikon's latest dSLR offering for 2010, the D3100 improves upon the D3000 released last year.'
'The first thing you are likely to notice about the D5000 is the incredibly quick start-up and shot-to-shot time, with the camera being ready to shoot within 0.5 seconds of switching it on.'
'We recommend spending a little extra in order to experience exactly what the D5000 is capable of.'
'the D5000 feels remarkably comfortable to hold.'
'the D5000 is comfortable to hold and the main controls are close at hand.'
Excellent colour reproduction
'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. '
'The slightly mottled plastic around the body is the standard Nikon feel, and overall build quality is excellent considering the price range. '
'Designed for serious photographers who want a lot of control over their shots.'
'very good camera'
'the D60 was able to capture an average of 2.8 frames per second (fps), putting it extremely close to Nikon's claim of 3 fps.'
'With a street price of US$749.95 or less for the camera/lens outfit, the Nikon D60 digital SLR package offers an outstanding
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