Nikon has launched its latest DSLR camera called the D3000. The camera looks much like the other DSLRs in the Nikon range, but promises to be one of the easiest to use DSLR cameras available.
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The camera has an intelligent guide that will make using the complex settings easy and automatically uses recommended settings for the scene of subject. The camera also has a visual demo mode that will teach users how to take better pictures with the camera.
The tech of the camera is a 10.2MP sensor with 11-point autofocus and a top ISO sensitivity of 1600. T pop-up flash is built-in and the rear LCD is 3-inches. The camera will launch on 28 August at £430 for the body only or £500 with an 18 - 55mm lens.
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Via Reg Hardware