Nikon D60

The Nikon D60 is a digital SLR ( DSLR) camera with 10.2- megapixel image sensor DX format from Nikon that came on the market in March 2008. The camera follows the entry-level segment on the Nikon D40x. It has like the models D40 and D40x not have its own autofocus motor, so only lenses with its own engine can be used to their full. Also, the D60 has no mirror lockup. It contains the Nikon EXPEED image processor, which was first used in professional cameras Nikon D3 and D300. The D60 was replaced in 2009 by the Nikon D3000.

New features

Compared to the Nikon D40 D60 contains the following new features:

  • Stop -Motion (created a time-lapse sequence of a series of images )
  • Nikon EXPEED processor
  • Image Sensor Cleaning
  • Airflow Control System
  • Vertical information display ( displays information will be automatically rotated when changing to portrait mode )
  • Active D-Lighting (improves drawing in shadows and highlights )
  • Focus scale ( Custom Function No. 19, it facilitates the manual focus lenses without their own motor)