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Nikon D60, Who Here Has One?!


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I'm borrowing one, here are three pics I took today even though they're aboveground. I have yet to test it underground. I mainly take bus pictures,

 

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It's pretty good, very wide range of settings, however the lense it will come with has a maximum aperture of only 3.5 when zoomed out completely.

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Nikon just released a 35mm f/1.8 DX lens. I'm thinking about buying this for underground 'fanning. My 50mm f/1.8 was always great for underground exposure, but the lens is too long on DX bodies to be "useful".

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My father has a D70 and I take all of my image Sepia by using the outside light. Nikons are incredibly proficient at taking outstanding photos with the light and shadows. They've never failed my family since the days of film cameras.

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Here's one I took yesterday, I guess it's sort of underground, it's lower level Queensboro Plaza

 

However, if it looks a bit grainy it's cause I didn't realize I set it to 1600 ISO and I could've done the same shot with less.

 

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Remember this (and I can't take credit for this), "It is not the camera, it is the person behind the camera." :)

 

The D60 is really good once you work how to work with it, like all Nikon products.

I've been dying to purchase one but I never have the money to get one, especially when there are really good deals for it.

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I'm borrowing one, here are three pics I took today even though they're aboveground. I have yet to test it underground. I mainly take bus pictures,

 

DSC_0248.jpg

 

DSC_0238.jpg

 

DSC_0239.jpg

 

It's pretty good, very wide range of settings, however the lense it will come with has a maximum aperture of only 3.5 when zoomed out completely.

Your pictures are truly amazing.

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