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'excellent and affordable DSLR camera'
'So far it all seems like good news for the Nikon D5500: small improvements, but improvements nevertheless.'
'As with all new technology.. there are always some glitches'
'Excellent image quality, straight-forward handling and quick performance'
'1080p60 HD video mode, Excellent image quality'
'New sensor, No anti-aliasing filter'
'Excellent photos you'd expect from a large sensor'
'Great street photo camera'
'Great image quality, Small footprint despite large APS-C sensor'
'Screen is more than adequate for image composition in even bright light'
'Fast-shooting, well-designed camera'
'Perfect Upgrade from D5100'
'Fast, 51-point autofocus system, Dual SD card slots'
'Sharpness was very strong'
'Excellent photo and video quality for its class'
'Solid performance, good value, Nikon nails it again!'
'Excellent image quality, Fast autofocus'
'Design is easy to use and comfortable to handle'
'Very good photo quality'
'Good quality at high ISOs'
'Good video and images'
'Highest-resolution APS-C DX format Nikon DSLR,'
'Excellent performance for its class.'
'I can go on and on but needless to say Nikon have really improved their interface.'
'the ergonomics/design of the camera are quite good and I really enjoy the many direct access shortcuts for adjusting everything from focus to flash to white balance and much more.'
'New sensor with greater dynamic range and superior high-ISO performance. '
'Practical feature set contribute to the Nikon D5100's strengths.'
'Low-light performance is outstanding with this camera, and the level of detail captured by the D5100 is excellent, even at higher ISOs.'
'high quality 16.2 megapixel sensor'
'I give this camera 4 stars because the HDR feature was a big selling point and it is useless by my standard.'
'very nice portrait lens'
'Large 3-inch LCD.'
'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. '
'exceptionally low noise'
'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.'
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