The Nikon D3000 is a 10.2 megapixel DX format digital SLR camera announced in July 2009. It is supposed to replace the D60 and D40 as Nikon’s entry level DSLR. There is no autofocus motor inside Nikon D3000 body. It means that only Nikon autofocus lenses or compatible can be used in autofocus mode. (The sample photos were from Nikon official site.)

Image sensor 10.2M DX CCD
ISO range 100-3200
LCD monitor 3.0 inch
Image format JPEG, RAW
Autofocus System 11 AF points
Continuous shooting 3 fps
Storage media SD, SDHC Memory cards
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Sample Videos

Nikon D3000 Review
Nikon D3000 Video