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Nikon D60 Or D80 ? Dear Members ,

I Was just wondering , what do u recommend to buy in 2008 , nikon d80 or d60 ?

Thank you
asked by Sultan on June 17, 2008
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Michael V. Conant answered on August 16, 2008
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Ty answered on July 28, 2008
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R. Vega answered on July 31, 2008
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D80 or D90. Remember, it is NOT the body that counts so much, it's the lenses. You may want to buy used lens for your Nikon (primes, etc) later on. Some lenses will not have internal focus motors and must depend on the camera body for autofocus . D80 and D90 (and above) will accept ALL Nikon F mount and both have an internal motor to drive the earlier auto focus lens' mechanisms. D70 and below do not.

Stephen E. Randall answered on September 1, 2008
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I would go with the cheaper d40. Easily available for $470, two hundred bucks cheaper than the 60. Put the $200 you save toward a nice lens. Check out for more reasons why it's better. You wont need the extra pixels of the 60 or 80. If you want a more advanced camera, get the successor to the 80 due out later this year or the D300.
Lee Huddleston answered on July 21, 2008
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