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We've seen Pentax put the Midas touch on a few of its DSLRs before, but Nikon? In a rare effort to draw attention to its D60, the outfit has evidently unveiled a \"Black Gold\" edition which merely adds a few niceties in the way of revamped trim. In other words, you'll see no upgrades on the camera t

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SIM2's DOMINO line -- okay, SIM2's entire line -- isn't known for being the cheapest bunch. The new DOMINO D60, however, is actually affordable by said company's standards, checking in at just 4,995 US dollars. This 1080p beamer is based on Texas Instruments' DarkChip3 0.95-inch DMD chipset and inc

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SIM2's DOMINO line -- okay, SIM2's entire line -- isn't known for being the cheapest bunch. The new DOMINO D60, however, is actually affordable by said company's standards, checking in at just 4,995 US dollars. This 1080p beamer is based on Texas Instruments' DarkChip3 0.95-inch DMD chipset and inc

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If you're looking for a major upgrade to the D40x, you'll have to look elsewhere, but Nikon has packed a few new features into its entry-level DSLR line with the D60 that should make it a slightly more attractive proposition to DSLR first-timers. The major features Nikon was touting were a new imag

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It seems like big boys Nikon and Canon DSLRs have been slugging it out since, well, before the \"D\" was even a thought. This year, it's a fight over the entry-level end of the DSLR market with the Nikon's D60 facing off against Canon's EOS Rebel XSi. On paper at least, Nikon's offering is little cha

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It may be a low-end DSLR contender, but Nikon's D60 can still surprise. Seems Nikon and Eye-Fi are in cahoots as the D60 was just announced as the first shooter crowned \"Eye-Fi Connected.\" The D60 recognizes the Eye-Fi wireless 2GB SD card when inserted then automatically adjusts its \"power timer s

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We had all the vitals last night except for the price. Lucky for us, the D60 showed up today over at Henry's with a pricetag of $800, not bad at all for this low-end DSLR. Nikon still hasn't said anything officially beyond \"pricing information will be available approximately 30 days prior to sales

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Okay, this Nikon DSLR isn't full-frame either, but their new low-ender is now (officially) the D60, which enters the scene with a 10.2 megapixel sensor, 2.5-inch LCD (nope, not live-view), SDHC, vibration sensor cleaning, and an even smaller body than the D40x. Nikon claims February (but also March

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Well folks, that Nikon D60 DSLR we'd heard whispers about way back in the crazy, carefree days of December 2007 appears to be on the verge of coming to light at this year's PMAs. Digital Photography Review has gotten a leaked press release from the company concerning the new shooter, and now we've

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Ready for another go on the Nikon rumor carousel? Apparently, the mythical D60 could be next in line to replace the D40x (pictured), but of course, all of this should be taken with a copious amount of salt for the time being. Based on rumors suggesting that the D60 is coming next Spring (by the same

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