Nikon D3000

Last update (22 May’13):
– Review by PCAuthority

Nikon D3000 is a 10.2 MP compact, light and durable DSLR camera (announced 30/07/09) features 3fps continuous shooting rate, 11-point AF system with 3D tracking, EXPEED image processing, Picture Controls, and a 3-inch LCD screen. The camera measures 126 x 97 x 64 mm (5.0 x 3.8 x 2.5 in) and measures 536 g (1.2 lb) (loaded and ready).

Overall Rating: ★★★★☆

Expert Reviews

Nikon D3000 Reviews

PCAuthority reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“The positives continue with image quality. Along with Canon, Nikon takes this month’s prize for controlling noise at high ISO speeds”
Rating: ★★★★☆

PopPhoto reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“we were impressed with the D3000’s ability to keep its resolution virtually unchanged all the way up to ISO 800. Even at ISO 3200, it dropped only to 1930 lines, although that was just enough to lower the score to a High rating from its Very High rating through ISO 800.”
Rating: N/A reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“The D3000’s combination of lens and sensor provides detailed and crisp results for those looking to achieve professional-looking photographs. Although, in terms of light sensitivity, grain intrudes into shadows from ISO 400, up to ISO 800 it’s kept sufficiently at bay, avoiding softening and loss of detail. “
Rating: ★★★★☆

LaptopMag reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“For shoppers on a budget (or those who don’t plan on shooting video), the D3000 is an easy-to-use camera that takes strong photos..”
Rating: ★★★★☆

DPInterface reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“In terms of image quality, the D3000’s output is very good and usable without any off-camera tweaking. Noise levels are low, making images usable till ISO 1600. You’d want to use some noise reduction software or have good lighting around with the ISO 3200 setting. To further ease the transition from the compact camera world, the D3000 also produces photos that ‘pop’ with vivid colors and good sharpness”
Rating: N/A

Shutterbug reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“Response was quick and I was successful in getting to the metering patterns, ISO, and white balance in the field with absolutely no hassle. Screen brightness was sufficient outdoors for image playback and review and excellent for making settings.”
Rating: N/A

Adorama reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“If you are an absolute beginner to DSLR photography and are easily intimidated by the bewildering controls and creative options on a DSLR, the D3000 is for you… However, if you are more advanced—and have come to expect stellar high-speed performance and image quality, I’d consider the D5000 if only because its sensor has tested as one of the best in its class, and certainly is the best in its price range. If you are expecting HD Videos, again the D5000 would be the better choice.”
Rating: N/A

MacWorld reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“Overall, the Nikon D3000 is a worthy successor to the company’s D40 and D60, especially considering its improved metering modes and larger LCD. As a first investment in a digital SLR, the D3000 is a good choice for consumers looking for an affordable, reliable, well-constructed camera that produces consistently good results under everyday conditions.”
Rating: ★★★★☆ reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“I must admit to being very impressed by this camera. If someone asked me to name a Digital SLR at the lower end of the market in terms of price that they could use for learning the basics of photography then I think the D3000 would be an excellent starting point.”
Rating: ★★★★½ reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“Colour reproduction was consistently good and the D3000 performed better in our Imatest colour tests than the D5000 we reviewed in April. Lateral chromatic aberration ranged between negligible and moderate in our Imatest tests and we found evidence of coloured fringing in test shots taken with the 18mm and 24mm focal lengths.”
Rating: ★★★★½

ImagingResource reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“Image noise in the shadows at higher ISOs is just a bit too much, and color saturation is too extreme. Detail is soft, and autofocus surprised us one too many times with very odd behavior, confirming focus when the camera was actually way out of focus. Printed results, though, are pretty good, allowing quality prints up to 13×19 inches between ISO 100 and 400, and also 800 with more noticeable noise in the shadows. “
Rating: N/A

RegHardware reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“Nikon has released its most beginner-friendly and accessible DSLR to date and, thanks to its terrific performance, intelligent new features and affordable price, it’s certainly one of the best deals on the market.”
Rating: ★★★★½

CameraLabs reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“As such the D3000 easily comes Recommended for beginners, but anyone who’s already familiar with DSLRs or simply wants Live View on a budget may find the Canon EOS 1000D / XS a better overall choice.”

Rating: ★★★★½

TrustedReviews reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“Nikon D3000 is pretty much the perfect entry-level DSLR. It offers robust build quality, excellent handling, superior performance and good image quality, while leaving out superfluous gimmicks like video and live view”
Rating: ★★★★½

Photocracti reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“the D3000 proved to be very responsive in most situations. For an affordable DSLR, it was surprisingly fast and reliable. In terms of image quality, it was competitive with more expensive 10 megapixel models”
Rating: N/A

LetsGoDigital reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“In terms of user-friendliness, the Nikon D3000 reaches a high rating, and the integration of innovative imaging editing and processing technologies even increase the user’s ease. The picture quality is excellent and frankly, we did not expect otherwise. With its broad experience and the success of its predecessors, the destination of the Nikon D3000 seems already determined. “
Rating: ★★★★☆

DCI reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“As for color accuracy, the D3000 trailed all of our comparison cameras. White balance was decent, and quite good in custom white balance mode, but image noise and dynamic range results were just alright.As for burst mode shooting, the D3000 delivered the promised, if not particularly exciting, 3 shots per second. “
Rating: N/A

ePhotozine reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“I think for the first time user wanting to get into DSLR photography, this is a lovely camera to start with. It’s easy to use, has a good build quality and has some cool features such as the guide mode and miniature effect. “
Rating: ★★★★☆

PhotographyBay reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“am very pleased with the D3000’s noise control, even at higher ISOs. I wouldn’t hesitate grabbing family snapshots at ISO 3200 if that’s what I need for the right shutter speed. I would print 4 x 6 images all day long when the shots came from reasonable light”
Rating: N/A

DCRP reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“the Nikon D3000 is a very nice entry-level digital SLR. For under $600 you get a compact and capable camera that’s remarkably easy to use, and when you’re ready for manual controls and nicer lenses, the D3000 will be waiting. The D3000 earns my recommendation… “
Rating: N/A

DCR reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“While there are some downsides to the cameras like slower AF and a sluggish image buffer system, the price and overall output that the D3000 can achieve make it a great camera to consider if you have the dough during these tough times. “
Rating: N/A

TechRadar reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“This is a great first SLR and a genuine pleasure to use. It’s fast and intelligent, with a good quality kit lens, and comes with all the advantages of Nikon’s optical heritage. The ISO performance is great for the money, and the clear LCD makes it easy to make adjustments as you go along. “
Rating: ★★★★½

BJP-Online reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“Even at ISO200 there is some noise present in the images, but fine detail is rendered superbly. Noise increases at 400 and 800..ISO3200 is very acceptable, with a few hot pixels of coloured noise in a tonally robust image with crisp luminance noise. “
Rating: N/A

PhotographyBlog reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“… although noise begins to intrude into shadow detail from ISO 400 – a tad disappointing – up to and including ISO 800 it’s kept sufficiently at bay to avoid overall softening and loss of detail…..Overall then, the Nikon D3000 is worthy of a coveted Photography Blog “Highly Recommended” award. “
Rating: ★★★★½

Photoxels reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“The Nikon D3000 is one of the most comfortable DSLR camera ever, especially because of its large handgrip, light weight and compact size. Controls placement and a user friendly implementation of its features make it point-and-shoot easy to use..”
Rating: Editor’s Choice reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“For beginners or prosumers who want a compact digital SLR to complement their existing set up, Nikon has made a very nice camera for a good price. If you’ve already got a D40 or D60 it’s probably not worth the upgrade, but we have to say that this camera has been the first in a long time to get us excited about the entry-level dSLR space — and made us take a whole lot of great photos.”
Rating: ★★★★☆

GoodGearGuide reviews the Nikon D3000 and writes;
“Colours were vibrant and clarity was high. Low-light shooting will leave you with noisy pictures if you bump the ISO to 400, but the noise doesn’t get too much worse as you make your way up to ISO 1600..”
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Nikon D3000 Sample Photos

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Nikon D3000 Brochure

– Download Nikon D3000 Brochure (PDF – 7.13MB)

Tips & Guides

Nikon D3000 Tips & Guides

Nikon D3000 Guide to Digital SLR Photography by David Busch
Nikon D3000 Digital Field Guide by J. Dennis Thomas
Nikon D3000 Multimedia Workshop by Lark Books

Press Release

Nikon D3000 Press Release

Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 30th July 2009 – Nikon announces the simplest, most accessible DSLR to date, the D3000.

Jordi Brinkman, Product Manager for Nikon Europe says: “The D3000 dispels the view that DSLR cameras are complicated and makes taking great pictures simpler than ever before. You can really concentrate on having fun with photography and the Guide mode helps you to get the best results with the minimum of fuss.”

DSLR, pure and simple
The D3000 is designed for anyone who wants to take pictures without worrying about settings. You can select from a choice of subject parameters and the camera will do the rest, and the instant response time means you never miss a moment. The 11-point autofocus system ensures everyone is in focus, and the bright viewfinder means you get what you want, when you want it.

Great pictures, automatically
The 10.2 megapixel sensor, powerful EXPEED processing system and brilliant NIKKOR lenses ensure excellent pictures wherever you are, whatever you or your subject is doing. The comprehensive exposure metering system, ISO 1600 sensitivity and built-in pop up flash make light work of dark places.

Guide the way
For the DSLR first timer, the intelligent Guide mode helps you get the most from the potential DSLR photography offers. It simplifies the camera set up and shows you how to get better pictures. If you want to develop your picture taking, you can. If you want to concentrate on the subject, you can do that too. Either way, the D3000 does it effortlessly and automatically.

3-inch LCD screen
The 3-inch LCD screen means you can share your efforts with family and friends and makes retouching your pictures in camera great fun. Beyond the Guide mode, the GUI menus are larger and simpler to use thanks to extensive use of visuals instead of text. The wide variety of exciting in-camera processing effects means you can get really creative with your pictures and share them with friends and family.

Anytime and anywhere
Whatever you do, wherever you go, the D3000 is a must have for any family event or day out. The camera’s comprehensive technologies and tough exterior are ready to handle whatever your free time can throw at it. The exclusive dust reduction system with Airflow control minimises the impact of dust on the image sensor and its compact size and weight – and tough housing – on both body and lens make the D3000 impossible to leave behind.

Key features:

* 10.2megapixel CCD sensor. Even in low light the image resolution makes easy work of big prints and sharp enlargements.
* 11-point autofocus system. Keeps even the fastest moving subjects in focus, often the biggest challenge for compact cameras
* Fast response. The start up time and shutter lag means you can capture the shot almost instantly, without the delayed response time common of compact cameras
* Guide mode. Simply the easiest way to get great pictures, without having to read the manual
* 3-inch TFT. With pictures this good, you will need a great screen to share them with friends and family
* EXPEED image processing. Exclusive system to deliver rich, bright results close to what you saw with your own eyes
* Picture Controls. Lets you set the look and mood of your images before you shoot
* 3 fps continuous shooting allows you to capture fast-moving action at 3 frames per second
* Intuitive ergonomics. We challenge anyone to pick up a D3000 and it not to feel part of your hand
* Stylish discrete appearance. The D3000 does not become a barrier between you and your subject, resulting in natural looking expressions
* Compact, light and durable. It won’t fit in your pocket, but with pictures this good you will find a shoulder to hang it on

New Guide mode
In-camera guidance is provided by the new Guide mode, which employs an easy-to-use interface that makes it easy for first-time users to select shooting modes. Additionally, after selecting an item in Guide mode, camera settings can be further adjusted in order to obtain optimal results.

Nikon DX-format CCD sensor; 10.2 effective megapixels
At 10.2 effective megapixels, the D3000 produces high-resolution images that enable beautiful enlargements without loss of sharpness. Normal ISO sensitivity is ISO 100 to 1600 but for added shooting versatility, a Hi 1 setting increases sensitivity to ISO 3200.

EXPEED image processing system
The D3000 is equipped with Nikon’s EXPEED image processing system. EXPEED realises excellent resolution, long tonal scale, and superb colour while also making possible fast processing of the D3000’s advanced imaging functions such as Scene Recognition and Active D-Lighting.

Scene Recognition System
This feature improves accuracy for exposure, white balance, and autofocus by analysing colour and illumination over the entire scene milliseconds prior to shooting. It then adjusts the camera settings accordingly for optimal picture quality.

Active D-Lighting
The D3000 incorporates Nikon’s Active D-Lighting function which can vastly improve shadows and highlights of high-contrast scenes. Like the Scene Recognition System, Active D-Lighting utilises the 420-pixel RGB sensor to analyse a scene then adjust exposure to achieve images that closely resemble what the human eye sees. During processing, this function also restores details in the highlight and shadow areas of the image that may have been lost.

11-point AF system with Multi-CAM 1000 autofocus sensor module
Employing 11-point autofocus, driven by Nikon’s Multi-CAM 1000 autofocus sensor module, the D3000 delivers fast, precise focus over a wide area of the frame. Four versatile AF modes are available: single-point AF for stationary subjects, especially ones that are off-centre; dynamic-area AF for moving subjects; auto-area AF when you want the D3000 to automatically determine the proper focus method; and 3D-tracking (11 points) AF for maintaining focus on subjects even if the composition changes.

3.0-in. LCD monitor
Image playback and viewing menus is now easier than ever thanks to the 3.0-in., 230k-dot TFT LCD monitor. Text size is also 20% larger than on previous Nikon digital SLR cameras.

Picture Control System
The Picture Control System gives users the ability to customise key digital image capture characteristics to suit personal preferences.Six settings are available: Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Portrait, and Landscape.

In-camera photo editing

After shooting, the D3000’s photo editing functions allow for in-camera retouching, reducing the need for a computer to enhance or modify images. The D3000 introduces a new Miniature effect under its Retouch Menu that modifies images to look like pictures of miniature models. Each editing function is applied to a copy of the image, with the original left unmodified.

Nikon Integrated Dust Reduction System
Dust reduction is handled by the Nikon Integrated Dust Reduction System. This is a comprehensive solution that reduces the generation and accumulation of dust as well as measures to remove dust. A key element of the solution is the Airflow Control System, which directs dust away from the image sensor. The system also includes an image sensor cleaning function that activates automatically when the D3000 is powered on or off. This vibrates the low-pass filter (located in front of the sensor) to free it from dust.

Superb NIKKOR lenses
The D3000 opens up a wide range of possibilities for creative shooting thanks to full compatibility with the extensive lineup of NIKKOR AF-S and AF-I lenses. From ultra wide-angle and micro to super telephoto, NIKKOR lenses give users the means to explore their creativity to the fullest.

Nikon D3000 Other Features

* Extensive playback options that allow viewing of images one at a time or in batches of 4, 9, and 72 as well as Calendar view that organises images by shooting date and time. A histogram display is also available that shows exposure data for a magnified area of the image.
* Highly durable shutter unit tested to 100,000 cycles.
* Long-lasting Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL9a that provides up to 550 shots per charge. (CIPA standard, with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR and flash fired at full power once every other shot.)
* Built-in flash with a guide number of approx. 12/39 (ISO 100, m/ft., 20°C/68°F) and support for Nikon’s i-TTL flash control.
* Support for the Nikon Creative Lighting System when using SB-900, SB-600, or SB-400 Speedlights, or the SU-800 Wireless Speedlight Commander.
* Compatible with all NIKKOR AF-S and AF-I lenses that have an autofocus motor.
* Compatible with the optional Wireless Remote Control ML-L3. There are two shutter release modes available when using the control: Quick Response mode for immediate triggering of the shutter release and Delayed Remote mode, which delays triggering for two seconds.
* Viewfinder grid lines that aid in picture composition.
* Compatible with SD and SDHC memory cards
* Includes Nikon ViewNX image browsing and editing software, which lets you organize, label, and select images as well as perform NEF (RAW) image editing adjustments and conversions.
* Photos captured with the D3000 can be used with optional Nikon Capture NX 2 photo-editing software, which features patented U Point® technology and powerful tools for quick and easy photo editing, including enhanced NEF (RAW) Editing.


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47 Responses to “Nikon D3000”

  1. Tiara says:

    I’m a point and shoot camera shooter, and thinking of upgrading my camera to a DSLR soon. how much this camera costs?

  2. deepah says:

    It costs $600! I’m going to buy it when it comes to my country! 🙂

  3. Denise says:

    ME TOO! 100,000 shutter cycles! That’s what sold me.

  4. Faris says:

    Ok in here, in the UAE(United Arab Emirates) the dealer said to me its gunna cost around $1500!!!!!! Whyyyyyyyy?? I understand imports and exports, so there is no need for the rest of the world to go greed just because it is cheap!!! I want this camera more than the EOS 450D!!! I’ve always knew that Nikon camera’s give sharper images than its rival,Canon. and less flare… im still saving up for this baby bcuz the first thing that got mymind’s attention is the price , after that i realised… its a NIKON!!!!

  5. Claw says:

    Dude… I’m going to buy it tomorow… It’s perfect for me cause I haven’t used a DSLR cam before, but I think it’s going to be easy to use… I can’t wait to play with it!!!:D

  6. ben says:

    Just bought the d3000 3 days ago, having never used a SLR camera before, i found it quiet easy to get into, and with some tips from some friends of mine, im now shooting awesome shots. Would definatly suggest buying this camera

  7. Arvee says:

    Hi Faris! If you have’nt bought the d3000 yet, i know a place here in Dubai where you can get it at half the price the dealer told you. I got mine the other day. Great camera indeed!

  8. Faris says:

    Well thanks alot for the tip Arvee 🙂
    Could you tell me where is the place exactly???
    If you have the full details about the shop it self please tell me via email, this is my friends email thats not in use but i know the pass(hope you understand),
    thanks again

  9. sam says:

    I just bought a Nikon D3000 for USD 680.
    it is very reasonable price for a dSLR
    from where I bought I saw a lot of Canon EOS returned to be fixed

  10. Dave Carpie says:

    I bought a D3000 yesterday, with the Nikkor 18-55 VR Zoom lens. Also a Nikkor 55-200 VR Zoom and Nikon gadget bag for $740 at Best Buy. Great deal on a nice little entry-level D-SLR.

  11. dr priyatosh says:

    i recently purchase nikon d3000 by around 36k in india including 18-55 vr kit lens.firstly i was amazed with its faster performance.easy to use,comfortable as i am a first time dslr delivered a very good pic in day light,but indoor pic actually indoor portrait is not so good.with some pic its white balance performance is not upto the mark as my opinion,may i need some settings night pic with its iso performance is iso 400 noise vertually invisible. iso 800 noise visible but it work even at also have some great feature like guide menu,in camera retouch etc.all about it is a very good camera and i loveeeeeeeeee it veryyyyyyyyyyyy muchhhhhhhh.

  12. mrniceguy says:

    hi arvee! can you please tell me where did you buy your D3000 camera, im also here in Dubai, how much it cost and what is the bundle of package.. please e-mail me at Thank you so much.

  13. Daljit says:

    Hi Arvee, I’m plaaning to buy the D3000 in Dubai in about a week’s time, could you please tell me the location and the cost for the D3000.

    I’m new to Dubai so dont know most places, would really appreciate some help!!! please email me at

  14. drpranab says:

    I want to by a Digital SLR which one I should by – Canon 1000D or Nikon D3000? can any one help me out? I am totally confused.

  15. teo says:

    i bought this camera at carrefour sharjah for $814USD …with Nikkor 18-55 VR Zoom lens , AF Zoom-NIKKOR 70-300mm , Nikon leather carry case , , Sandisk 4GB flash + tripod…..good deal for NJAM credit card holder.. 0% interest installments for 6 month.

  16. Shinu Abraham says:

    Hi Arvee, could you please tell me where you bought the D3000 from so i can get mine today itself. I am looking for the 55-300mm lens as well. Looking forward to a speedy reply. Regards, Shinu

  17. ERWIN says:

    hope i can buy one at the 20th of december… 🙂

  18. carl says:

    Bought my d3000 yesterday (around $560), great slr for beginners!

  19. Bruce says:

    I bought it with a 16 gb memory card additional lens 55-200 for $699 at Best-buy – can find it oline too

  20. Jayakumar says:

    which store in dubai can i get a best buy for the Nikon D3000? what is the current market price. Im a DSLR starter, so frm the reviews it appears D3000 is the best obtainable. Any assistance would be highly appreciated.

  21. Usman Jawed says:


    I am planning to buy Nikon D5000….Kindly advice where I can buy in Dubai for half price?



  22. eddie says:

    hi im in dubai i want to buy d3000 in a cheap price and a nice deal with bundle of 55-200 lens, tri-pod, bag, and sd card plssss help my budget 2500dhms email me pls thnks i need a reply asap plss help ty

  23. jho says:

    hi arvee,can you please give me their contact number and location in dubai please. tnx.

  24. sjc says:

    Hi Arvee, can you let me know where I can get the Nikon D3000 in Dubai for half the prices as you wrote on the website.

    All the best,


  25. Haseeb says:

    I am first time user of DSLR. Could you please suggest me as where i can get at affordable price for Nikon D3000. I am planning to buy tomorrow itself.

    Thanks for your help.

  26. Jacquie says:

    i love the nikon d3000, i’m so incredibly happy with it

  27. Sergio says:

    I recently purchased a D3000. I’m trying to set the Picture Control but when I try, “This option is not available with current settings”.
    Can anyone help with what I need to do to correct this?


  28. chia says:

    hi! im planning to get nikon d3000 in dubai can you give me the cheapest place to get it and how much is it today??thanks!!!

  29. Arvee says:

    Hi Chia! call Mustafa at 050-8963875 for your inquiries.

  30. edgar says:

    i just brought my nikon d 3000 and its amazing at reasonable prize here in the Philippines

  31. sandeep says:

    plz tell me how can i take great pics from this camera d3000 and guide about cameras setting

  32. asif says:

    Hi,everybody plz tell me how can i take great pics from Nikon d3000 and guide about cameras setting.I want training for d3000 in dubai b/c im in dubai.Any body intrested please send mail or call on my cell no 0502724667.

  33. Sjamy says:

    Just bought for 400 Euros, great camera 😀

  34. Pudgy says:

    $479 @

  35. David says:

    just bought on ebay in UK for $400 new. an unwanted gift. Am a very loyal nikon user. Cant wait to play with it!!!

  36. duchess says:

    i just bought my canon eos1000d and found it more better slr for beginners in terms of features and benefits i can get compared to nikon… it’s more comfortable to use…

  37. Roy Kremer says:

    This camera costs around 340 euros in the netherlands, and you get great value for money! I have bought this a while ago and i am still very satisfied about the results the camera produces. The camera is easy to use, easy to set up and it’s very lightweight. Perfect start for beginners who look for a good entry level DSLR!

  38. Rajiv says:

    Hi, I am in a fix. I am not able to decide whether I should go for Canon 1000D or Nikon D3000. Can anybody suggest. I will be new to SLR’s

  39. Martin says:

    Here’s a quick comparison between the D3000 and EOS 1000D:

    And another:

    It’s best not to rely on reviews alone though. Try them both at a camera shop and see which you’re most comfortable with.

  40. Biju says:

    Hi Where in Dubai can I get the best deal for D3000 now.

  41. ifte says:

    … i m dissapointed because nikon d3000 has no video record option..

  42. shy says:

    hi arvee,
    can you please e-mail me where the d3000 is available half price.

    thank you

  43. Robyn says:

    Did you find out how to access picture control because I am having the same problem…thank you!

  44. sharafudheen says:

    hi, everybody , pls inform me, where can i get Nikon D300 very cheep price in u a e,

  45. Anke says:

    Hi everyone, I got a Nikon D3000 for my birthday. I love photography so much but I would like to know more about exposure because I’m struggling with it so much.

  46. Nikon D3000 Review says:

    Yes, I have bought one, Nikon D3000 truly is one of the best Cam I have ever had, its my first choice.. thanks for the review.

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