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'Excellent photos and very good video'
'An amazing PRO camera - superior by design'
'Excellent high ISO performance'
'Excellent full-frame sensor'
'Delivers excellent performance and good-to-great photo quality'
'Delivers better image quality'
'Small size, Low noise images'
'Super-fast autofocus, improved image quality'
'Expensive and probably a bit large for the typical point-and-shoot upgrader'
'Fast autofocus for stills and video'
'Image quality is excellent'
'it's easy to get great shots in practically any condition'
'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. '
'Cleverly articulated display'
'Excellent kit lens, High-resolution sensor'
'Big, bright ultra high resolution EVF'
'It also has a disappointingly banal feature set. '
'Responsive touch screen'
'excellent image quality'
'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'
'The bad: Images a little noisier at midrange ISO sensitivities than they should be; too easy to accidentally move focus points with touch screen.'
'However on the G2 the card slot has been moved into the battery compartment, which makes it very difficult to change the memory card when shooting on a tripod. 7 comments.'
'Sharpness-wise, the new 14-42mm Mega OIS lens is perfectly acceptable but isn't the best out there; its inclusion in the kit package keeps the overall cost down however. '
'high-definition video recording'
'impressive digital camera'
'Cool panoramic and noise reduction features'
'Comprehensive bundled software package.'
'Very fast burst rate. '
'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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