The Nikon D3000 is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 10.2 megapixels manufactured from 2009 to 2011 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 3200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 3 FPS x 6 RAW / 100 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 300 €;
32 users have given it an average vote of 7.3 out of 10
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Opinion:My first digital SLR. Taken well above the 170,000 shots and still continues to work in the hands of those who bought it (I regretted not having kept it). The body has a plastic feel but is very robust (I have often used it in the mountains) limited in controls (you must always enter the menus to change the main settings) and the CCD sensor already at 400 ISO starts to show its limits but if you stay between 100-200 ISO gives beautiful satisfaction. Excellent for learning without spending a fortune.
Opinion:My is not and does not want to be a review. The D3000 was my first camera and received it as a gift from my wife exactly 7 years ago (today is my birthday). Then I had another 12 (9 digital and 3 film) for the fetishism of having more and more powerful cameras in the illusion that depends on them on the quality of my photos. What a disappointment when I realized it was not exactly like that. It was as if someone had broken my favorite toy. Because that's what they are: toys. rnIf you have something to say and an elegant eye in the composition, with a D3000 you can do great photos. Great photos.rnGet even with a good goal, yes yes ... ahahahah
Pros:Pro: Great entry level for those who want to get started in the photography world, small and compact, extremely durable battery even after years of use, lightweight, robust, discrete but price-compliant performance.
Cons:Against: AF that sometimes makes the whims and after the 800 ISO the machine starts to not hold the noise well, lack of live view, lack of bracketing which however throws beginners, no AF engine, lack of some quick adjustments.
Opinion:The first serious camera I ever had before I was just a roller-coaster, fortunately I went to school with an Olympus OM 10 reflex to my father's roll, but as we all know, from a roll to the digital you open a world, at least for me being only a simple passionate. The only difference I have noticed is the solid, reliable and solid construction of the old school, which, compared to my little one, looks like a toy. As for the pros and cons I have already said it all.
Pros:Great entry level for those who want to get started in the world of photography
Cons:Being a very "entry" entry level can be very limited after a bit of use. AF that sometimes makes the whims and after the 800 ISO the car starts to not hold the noise well
Opinion:I'm telling you it's still my first camera and I have not upgrade to any higher level yet. As a first impression I can say that for those who have a very limited budget (I used it for 150 € with a Nikon 18-55 VR lens and a 55-200 VR, a good value for money deal) and maybe want to start To get into the world of photography, it's great. The ISO ranges from 100 to 1600 with the possibility of extending up to 3200, but after the 800 ISO noise is beginning to get very annoying in the photos. Overall, the AF is not bad, but 11 points sometimes make it hard to focus automatically, and to have certain effects you have to switch to manual focus. Nice to shoot both in automatic, semi-automatic (with various landscape modes, portrait, etc.) and the four manual modes. The only thing that left me dry mouth is the absence of a video mode, CAN NOT MAKE VIDEO. If you already go to the modelsLater as the D3100 and children, videos can be made. All in all I get a rating of 7 and, for what it is worth in terms of cost, already does good things. rnP.S. I'm hit by the battery, the former owner has never changed it and still has a long life. A small jewel of Nikon's home
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