Nikon D60 verses Canon Rebel XS/ Canon EOS 1000d

28 Sep

Nikon D60 verses the Canon Rebel XS (Canon EOS 1000d). 10 points to compare and contrast the user-friendliness of each. This video looks at the differences in: -changing the settings -flash exp. comp. -WB icons -quietness of camera -focal points -exposure compensation -holds in hand -deleting photos -f-number changes -live view There are more differences that I preferred in either the Canon or Nikon. This is the top 10, with 5 pros for the Canon and 5 for the Nikon. EDIT: Thanks to “joshthegreat666 ” for pointing out a confusing point in my video. Yes, exposure compensation can be changed in manual in both cameras, naturally. When I made this video, I was new to SLRs. The Nikon was obvious on how to use this feature and with the Canon it was a ‘hidden feature’, as I call it. One has to press the shutter button down halfway and than it is possible to see this.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Nikon’s Smallest Digital SLR Ever! Beautifully styled, the D60 makes high-performance digital SLR photography easier and more convenient than ever. You’ll be amazed at the power packed into a camera that weighs just over 16 ounces. Available in March at Extraordinary 10.2-Megapixel DX-format Nikon Picture Quality: Nikon’s high-performance, 10.2-megapixel DX-format CCD imaging sensor and exclusive EXPEED image processing concept provide added cropping freedom and the ability to make larger prints. Includes AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR (Vibration Reduction) Image Stabilization Lens: NIKKOR lenses are famous for breathtaking sharpness and faithful color. With Nikon’s fast, accurate autofocus and Vibration Reduction (VR) image stabilization technology built in, pictures are even sharper, free from blur caused by camera shake when shooting hand-held. Fast Startup and Split-Second Shutter Response: With fast startup and split-second shutter response, the D60 eliminates the frustration of shutter delay, capturing moments that other cameras miss. Shoot Continuously at up to 3 Frames per Second: Capture sports action, precious moments and fleeting expressions at up to 3 frames per second, for as many as 100 consecutive JPEG images. Active Dust Reduction System with Airflow Control: Nikon’s Active Dust Reduction System activates automatically, along with Airflow Control technology to reduce the amount of dust that reaches the sensor.


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