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Nikon D3000 versus Nikon D60 versus Canon Rebel XS
Digital SLR Camera Side by Side Comparison


Nikon D3000 SLR Canon Rebel XS EOS 1000D
   
Nikon D60 SLR kit with AF-S DX 18-55mm VR lens


August 10th, 2009

Nikon recently announced the Nikon D3000 digital SLR, a successor to the popular Nikon D40 and D60 entry level digital SLR cameras. The 10.2 MP DX format Nikon D3000 ups the ante with a larger 3.0-inch LCD screen, a new user friendly 'Guide' setting accessible directly on the mode dial, and the inclusion of Nikon's Scene Recognition System found in the Nikon D5000 and D90 and other higher end Nikon SLR cameras.

The Nikon D3000 also incorporates the same 11 point AF system with 3D Focus Tracking found in the Nikon D5000 and D90, while retaining many of the features and overall design that made the Nikon D40 and the current Nikon D60 so popular, including an easy to use menu system and comfortable buttons and controls. The D3000 offers 10.2 megapixel resolution like the D60.

Based on general features and price points, the Canon Digital Rebel XS / EOS 1000D is the closest current competitor to the Nikon D3000 digital SLR. If you are in the market for an entry level type of digital SLR camera, we have provided a side by side feature comparison highlighting how the Nikon D3000 compares to the Nikon D60 and the Canon Rebel XS / EOS 1000D.

For those that are not interested in reading all the technical details we have provided individual lists highlighting the respective advantages of the Nikon D3000, the Nikon D60 and the Canon Rebel XS.

If you are looking to find out more detailed information about the features incorporated in these three cameras then jump to our Nikon D3000 vs. Nikon D60 compared to the Canon Rebel XS side by side comparison further below. See more images.


   
Nikon D3000 3.0-inch LCD monitor Canon Rebel XS back
   
Nikon D60 SLR back



 Nikon D3000  

  • High precision 420-segment 3D colour matrix metering on the Nikon D3000 and D60 delivers more consistent results compared to 35-segment Evaluative metering system on the Canon Rebel XS / EOS 1000D. The Nikon D3000 and the D60 also feature a "Spot" metering option that can be tied to the AF system's active focus point for more precise metering within a given area.

  • The Nikon D3000 offers a larger 3.0-inch 230,000 dot LCD monitor versus the 2.5-inch 230K LCD screen on both the Nikon D60 and the Canon Rebel XS, although there is no Live View display mode. The Canon Rebel XS SLR does offer Live View composition on the LCD monitor.

  • Like the higher end Nikon D5000 and D90, the D3000 features Nikon's Scene Recognition System (SRS). The SRS technology found in the Nikon D3000 uses information gathered from the camera's 420-pixel RGB sensor to recognize the scene prior to capture. This feature improves accuracy for exposure, white balance, and autofocus by analyzing colour and illumination over the entire scene milliseconds prior to shooting. It then adjusts the camera settings accordingly for optimal picture quality.. The Nikon D60 and the Canon Rebel XS do not incorporate SRS technology.

  • The D3000's auto focus system has been improved compared to the Nikon D60. The D3000 offers 11-point 3D Tracking and superior Auto-area AF which is linked to the camera's Scene Recognition System. The Canon Rebel XS offers a 7-point AF system that while very capable does not offer the same technical advancements as the Nikon D3000.

  • Airflow Control System: leads air within the mirror box towards small ducts near the base of the camera, directing dust away from the image sensor. Helps prevent dust from potentially affecting image quality. This is also found in the Nikon D60. If dust becomes an issue, all three cameras feature a built-in sensor cleaning function to remove larger particles that might otherwise affect image quality.

  • ISO sensitivity boost setting up to 3200 ISO (Hi1) which is the same as on the Nikon D60, compared to 1600 ISO maximum sensitivity setting on the Canon Rebel XS.

  • User friendly "Guide" setting accessible on the main mode dial helps novice shooters by offering photographic guidance. The Nikon D60 does feature a built-in "help" guide which has been expanded and refined in the Nikon D3000. The Canon Rebel XS does not offer this feature.

  • With difficult lighting conditions, important details can be lost in the highlights and shadows. The Nikon D3000 can correct these exposures instantly and automatically when you shoot with the camera's "Active D-Lighting" feature enabled. This option is also found on the Nikon D60. The Canon Rebel XS SLR does offer Canon's "Auto Lighting Optimizer", which is billed as being a similar technology to Active D-lighting, although based on side by side comparison tests Nikon's technology does offer better and more consistent results in this regard.

  • D-lighting can be applied using the "Retouch Menu" after the picture is taken. The adjusted image is saved as a copy leaving the original intact.

  • In-Camera Image Editing with built-in Retouch Menu (expanded upon versus D60). Remove red eye, crop, resize, in-camera RAW to JPEG conversion and editing, creative filter effects, create Black and White copy of original image, Stop Motion Movie animation and more.

  • Low light AF assist and Red Eye Reduction beam provided by lamp located on the front side of the Nikon D3000 and the D60. The Canon Rebel XS emits a series of strobes from the built-in flash for low light AF assist, so the flash must be in the up position . for the feature to work. The Nikon D3000 and the D60 also offer a broader AF detection range from -1EV to 19 EV compared to -0.5 EV to 18 EV with the Canon Rebel XS.

  • The Nikon AF-S DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR kit lens incorporates an AF-S motor for quiet focusing. The Canon EF-S 18-55mm IS lens does not incorporate a Canon Ultrasonic (USM) motor like some of Canon's higher end lenses.

  • The Nikon D3000 comes provided with a rechargeable Li-Ion Nikon EN-EL9a battery that offers up to 550 shots per charge using flash 50% of the time (based on CIPA test standards). The Nikon D60 offers up to approximately 500 shots per battery charge and the Canon Rebel XS offers up to 450 shots with its supplied Li-Ion LP-E5 battery (based on the same CIPA test conditions).

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     Nikon D60 specifications 

  • High precision 420-segment 3D colour matrix metering and Spot metering (same on the Nikon D3000) versus 35 zone evaluative metering found on the Canon Rebel XS.

  • An eye sensor automatically turns LCD display off when the camera is brought up to the photographer's eye (so not to interfere when looking through the camera viewfinder). Not available on the Nikon D3000 or the Canon Rebel XS / EOS 1000D.

  • Airflow Control System: leads air within the mirror box towards small ducts near the base of the camera, directing dust away from the image sensor. Helps prevent dust from potentially affecting image quality. This feature is also found in the Nikon D3000. If dust becomes an issue, all three cameras feature a built-in sensor cleaning function to remove larger particles that might otherwise affect image quality.

  • ISO sensitivity boost setting up to 3200 ISO (Hi1) which is the same as on the Nikon D3000, compared to 1600 ISO maximum sensitivity setting on the Canon Rebel XS.

  • User friendly built-in "help guide" assists in learning the cameras functions. The Canon Rebel XS does not offer this functionality. This feature has been further expanded in the D3000, while also offering a "Guide" setting accessible on the main control dial.

  • Active D-Lighting is designed to balance exposure between highlight and shadow areas of the image (brighten up darker parts of the image). This option is also found on the Nikon D3000. The Canon Rebel XS SLR does offer Canon's "Auto Lighting Optimizer", which is billed as being a similar technology to Active D-lighting, although based on our side by side comparison tests between the D60 and the Rebel XS, Nikon's technology does offer better and more consistent results in this regard.

  • D-lighting can be applied using the "Retouch Menu" after the picture is taken. The adjusted image is saved as a copy leaving the original intact.

  • In-Camera Image Editing with built-in Retouch Menu. Remove red eye, crop, resize, in-camera RAW to JPEG conversion and editing, creative filter effects, create Black and White copy of original image, Stop Motion Movie animation and more. The Canon Rebel XS does not provide this option. The Retouch Menu in the Nikon D3000 has been expanded and now includes additional filter effects including a "Miniature" effect 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.

  • Low light AF assist and Red Eye Reduction beam provided by lamp located on the front side of the Nikon D60 and the D3000. The Canon Rebel XS / EOS 1000D emits a series of strobes from the camera's built-in flash during low light AF assist, so the flash must be in the up position for the feature to work. The Nikon D60 and the D3000 also offer a broader AF detection range from -1EV to 19 EV compared to -0.5 EV to 18 EV with the Canon Rebel XS.

  • The Nikon AF-S DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR kit lens incorporates an AF-S motor for quiet focusing. The Canon EF-S 18-55mm IS lens does not incorporate a Canon Ultrasonic (USM) motor like some of Canon's higher end lenses.

  • The Nikon D60 offers up to approximately 500 shots per battery charge and the Canon Rebel XS offers up to 450 shots with its supplied Li-Ion LP-E5 battery (based on the same CIPA test conditions). The Nikon D3000 comes provided with a rechargeable Li-Ion Nikon EN-EL9a battery that offers up to 550 shots per charge using flash 50% of the time (based on CIPA test standards).

  • The Nikon D60 offers 25 custom settings for personalized control compared to 12 settings on the Canon Rebel XS

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     Canon Rebel XS specifications 

  • The Canon Rebel XS offers a Live View display mode. Works in P,S,A,M exposure control modes. Displays the scene as a smooth, 30fps video feed on the LCD. Optional grid line and histogram can be selected to help with composition and exposure. Two Live View Modes: (1) Quick AF: flips mirror to engage the AF sensor (2) Live AF: Uses contrast information for compact camera- type focusing

  • All functions supported with Canon EF and EF-S lenses compared to Nikon D3000 and the D60 were all functions are supported with AF-S Nikkor lenses. The Nikon D3000 and the D60 are compatible with older non AF-S lenses although they will not auto focus. Can be used with manual focus.

  • Dedicated ISO control button conveniently accessible on top of the Canon Rebel XS.

  • The built-in flash on the Rebel XS sits higher in the up position (helps minimize red eye) and is a little more powerful than the built-in flash found on the D3000 and the D60.

  • The Canon Rebel XS offers 7 point Auto Focus (AF) with one cross sensor providing an AF coverage advantage compared to the Nikon D60 particularly for vertically composed shots. The D3000 offers the most technologically advanced AF system with 11-point AF and 3D Tracking.

  • Six preset 'Picture Style' settings for selecting the look of an image. Three Custom Picture Style Settings are available compared to one Custom setting on the D3000 and the D60.

  • The Canon Rebel XS features a convenient Depth-of-field AE (A-DEP) mode on the main control dial and dedicated depth of field preview button

  • Mirror lock up feature for close up work up to 30 seconds. The Nikon D3000 and the D60 do not offer a Mirror lock up function.

  • The Rebel XS is compatible with the optional Canon BG-E5 vertical release battery grip: able to take 6 AA batteries or two of the LP-E5 batteries. Provides a shutter button and control dial along with AE/FE Lock, exposure compensation and AF point selection buttons. The Nikon D3000 and D60 do not offer an accessory battery grip option.

  • Additional software bundled with the Canon Rebel XS: Canon ZoomBrowser EX 6.1, Canon PhotoStitch 3.1, Canon Digital Photo Professional 3.4 allows for RAW editing and conversion, Picture Style Editor 1.3 allows you to create and manage your custom Picture Styles. The Nikon D3000 and the D60 come supplied with NikonView NX and a trial version of Nikon Capture NX2 for advanced RAW and JPEG image editing.

  • Compatible with dedicated optional Canon Direct Print printers, including SELPHY compact photo printers.

  • The Canon Digital Rebel XS / EOS 1000D SLR camera kit is available in either a black or silver finish. The Nikon D3000 and the D60 are available in a black body finish.


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    Nikon D3000 Compared to the Nikon D60 versus the Canon Rebel XS Side by Side Feature Comparison

    Camera Model
     Nikon D3000 specifications.
     Nikon D60 specifications.
     Canon Rebel XS specifications
    Resolution 10.2 million pixels 10.2 million pixels 10.1 million pixels
    Sensor Type CCD CCD CMOS
    Image Processor EXPEED EXPEED DIGIC III
    Standard kit lens

    Nikon AF-S DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR zoom lens

    Incorporates Nikon's Silent Wave Lens Motor (SVM) for quiet AF performance

    Nikon AF-S DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR zoom lens

    Incorporates Nikon's Silent Wave Lens Motor (SVM) for quiet AF performance

    Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS zoom lens
    Picture angle Equivalent in 35mm format is approximately 1.5 times lens focal length Equivalent in 35mm format is approximately 1.5 times lens focal length Equivalent in 35mm format is approximately 1.6 times lens focal length
    LCD Monitor 3.0-inch 230,000 pixel wide viewing angle LCD monitor 2.5-inch 230,000 pixel wide viewing angle LCD monitor 2.5-inch 230,000 pixel wide viewing angle LCD monitor
    Live View No No

    Yes. Works in P,S,A,M exposure control modes. Displays the scene as a smooth, 30fps video feed on the LCD. Optional grid line and histogram can be selected to help with composition and exposure

    Two Live View Modes:

    Quick AF: flips mirror to engage the AF sensor

    Live AF: Uses contrast information for compact camera- type focusing

    Viewfinder System Penta-mirror type Penta-mirror type Penta-mirror type
    Viewfinder Coverage 95% coverage and 18mm eyepoint 95% coverage and 18mm eyepoint 95% coverage and 21mm eyepoint
    Viewfinder Magnification 0.8x 0.8x 0.8x
    Diopter adjustment Built-in viewfinder diopter adjustment 1.6 to + 0.5 Built-in viewfinder diopter adjustment 1.6 to + 0.5 Built-in viewfinder diopter adjustment -3 to +1
    Eye Sensor No Automatically turns LCD display off when the camera is brought up to the photographer's eye No
    Dust Reduction • Airflow Control System used in the D60 leads air within the mirror box towards small ducts near the base, directing dust away from the image sensor

    • The Optical Low Pass Filter has an antistatic design to prevent static electricity from attracting dust and foreign matter to its surface

    • Self Cleaning Sensor Unit designed to eliminate larger types of dust
    • Airflow Control System used in the D60 leads air within the mirror box towards small ducts near the base, directing dust away from the image sensor

    • The Optical Low Pass Filter has an antistatic design to prevent static electricity from attracting dust and foreign matter to its surface

    • Self Cleaning Sensor Unit designed to eliminate larger types of dust
    • The Optical Low Pass Filter has an antistatic design to prevent static electricity from attracting dust and foreign matter to its surface

    • Self Cleaning Sensor Unit designed to eliminate larger types of dust
    Image Sizes • 3872 x 2592
    • 2896 x 1944
    • 1936 x 1296
    • 3872 x 2592
    • 2896 x 1944
    • 1936 x 1296
    3888 x 2592
    2816 x 1880
    1936 x 1288
    Easy 'Guide' mode on dial Yes No No
    ISO Range

    100 -1600 ISO, Hi 1 (3200 ISO)
    Auto: 200 IS0 to 1600 ISO

    Set ISO in one step increments

    100 -1600 ISO, Hi 1 (3200 ISO)
    Auto: 200 IS0 to 1600 ISO

    Set ISO in one step increments

    100 -1600 ISO
    Auto: 100 IS0 to 800 ISO

    Set ISO in one step increments

    Shooting Speed Up to 3 frames per second Up to 3 frames per second Up to 3 frames per second
    Shutter Speed 30 to 1/4,000 sec + Bulb 30 to 1/4,000 sec + Bulb 30 sec to 1/4000 sec + Bulb
    Recording Format JPEG, RAW, JPEG + RAW JPEG, RAW, JPEG Basic + RAW JPEG, RAW, JPEG Large + RAW
    Exposure Shooting Modes Auto
    (P) Flexible Program auto
    (S) Shutter-priority auto
    (A) Aperture priority auto
    (M) Manual
    Portrait
    Landscape

    Child Mode
    Sports
    Close-up
    Night portrait
    Flash Off
    Auto
    (P) Flexible Program auto
    (S) Shutter-priority auto
    (A) Aperture priority auto
    (M) Manual
    Portrait
    Landscape

    Child Mode
    Sports
    Close-up
    Night portrait
    Flash Off
    Auto
    (P) Program AE
    (Tv) Shutter priority AE
    (Av) Aperture priority AE
    (M) Manual
    Auto depth-of-field
    Portrait
    Landscape
    Close-up
    Sports
    Night portrait
    Flash Off
    Exposure Compensation +5.0 to -5.0 EV +5.0 to -5.0 EV +2.0 to -2.0 EV
    Auto exposure bracketing No No -2 to +2 EV in 1/3 or 1/2 EV
    Metering system

    TTL full aperture exposure metering

    1) 420-pixel 3D Color Matrix Meter II

    2) Center-Weighted

    3) Spot: Meters 3.5mm diameter circle (approx.2.5% of frame) centered on active focus area

    TTL full aperture exposure metering

    1) 420-pixel 3D Color Matrix Meter II

    2) Center-Weighted

    3) Spot: Meters 3.5mm diameter circle (approx.2.5% of frame) centered on active focus area

    TTL full aperture exposure metering

    (1) 35 Point Evaluative (linked to all AF points)

    (2) Partial metering at centre (approx. 9% of viewfinder)

    (3) Centre Weighted

    Metering Range EV 0 to 20 EV 0 to 20 EV 1 to 20
    Scene Recognition System (SRS)

    Scene Recognition System (SRS) like Nikon D5000 and D90.

    Information from the 420-pixel RGB sensor is used to recognize the type of scene

    The results from the Scene Recognition System are used by the Nikon D3000 when determining:

    Auto Focus
    Auto Exposure and i-TTL flash
    Auto White Balance

    No

    Dynamic Range Optimization Technology

    Designed to balance exposure between highlight and shadow areas of the image (brighten up darker parts of the image)

    Active D-Lighting: activated with dedicated On/Off button on top of camera.

    Also Nikon's 'D-Lighting' feature can be applied after the image is taken (using D3000 Retouch Menu)

    Designed to balance exposure between highlight and shadow areas of the image (brighten up darker parts of the image)

    Active D-Lighting: activated with dedicated On/Off button on top of camera.

    Also Nikon's 'D-Lighting' feature can be applied after the image is taken (using D60 Retouch Menu)

    Canon's Auto Lighting Optimizer feature is designed to brighten the shadow areas of an image.

    Auto Lighting Optimizer: set to Enable (default) or Disable in Custom Function menu II-5

    White Balance 1) Auto (TTL white balance with 420-pixel RGB sensor)
    2) Six (6) manual modes with fine-tuning
    3) Preset Custom WB
    4) White balance bracketing
    1) Auto (TTL white balance with 420-pixel RGB sensor)
    2) Six (6) manual modes with fine-tuning
    3) Preset Custom WB
    4) White balance bracketing
    1) Auto WB Control
    2) Six (6) manual modes
    3) Preset Custom WB
    4) White balance bracketing
    Focus points 11 point AF with cross type at center and 3D Focus Tracking (like the Nikon D90 and the D5000) 3 point wide area AF 7 point with cross type at center
    AF Detection EV -1 to 19 EV

    Low light AF assist beam from lamp
    EV -1 to 19 EV

    Low light AF assist beam from lamp
    EV -0.5 to 18 EV

    AF assist uses strobe from built in flash. Flash must be up for low light AF assist to function
    Focus Modes

    Scene Recognition System

    1) Single-area AF
    2) Dynamic-area AF
    3) Auto-area AF
    4) 3D Focus Tracking (11-area)

    Selectable:

    1) Single Area AF
    2) Dynamic Area AF
    3) Closest Subject Priority
    4) Dynamic Area AF
    Selectable:

    1) AI Focus AF
    2) One shot AF
    3) AI Servo AF
    Flash sync 1/200 1/200 1/200
    Flash Guide Number 12 12 13
    Flash Modes Auto, Portrait, Child, Close-up: Fill-in flash, Redeye Reduction, Redeye Reduction with Slow Sync, Slow Sync, Rear-Curtain Sync, Off Auto, Fill-in flash, Redeye Reduction, Redeye Reduction with Slow Sync, Slow Sync, Rear-Curtain Sync, Off Auto, On, Off, Redeye reduction
    Red Eye Reduction System Beam from lamp Beam from lamp Multi-Strobe from speedlight flash. Flash must be up
    High Speed Flash Sync Yes with compatible external flash units Yes with compatible external flash units Yes with compatible external flash units
    Flash Types i-TTL + Wireless Creative Lighting System Support i-TTL + Wireless Creative Lighting System Support E-TTL II with EX series Speedlites
    Flash Compensation 3 to +1 EV in 1/3 or 1/2 stop increments 3 to +1 EV in 1/3 or 1/2 stop increments +/- 2 stops in 1/3 or 1/2 stop increments
    Processing Parameters Optimize Image Settings
    Six preset Optimize Image settings. One Custom Control setting available

    Normal (default): Recommended for most situations

    Softer: Softens outlines. Use to ensure smooth, natural looking skin tones in portraits

    Vivid: Enhances saturation, contrast and sharpness to produce vivid images with vibrant reds, greens and blues

    More Vivid: Maximizes saturation, contrast and sharpness to produce images with sharper outlines

    Portrait: Lowers contrast and softens background details

    Landscape: Enhances saturation and sharpness to produce landscapes with vibrant greens and blues

    Custom: The parameters for; Sharpening, Contrast (Tone), Colour Reproduction, Saturation, and Hue, can all be adjusted by selecting Custom mode in the "Optimize Image" menu.

    Optimize Image Settings
    Six preset Optimize Image settings. One Custom Control setting available

    Normal (default): Recommended for most situations

    Softer: Softens outlines. Use to ensure smooth, natural looking skin tones in portraits

    Vivid: Enhances saturation, contrast and sharpness to produce vivid images with vibrant reds, greens and blues

    More Vivid: Maximizes saturation, contrast and sharpness to produce images with sharper outlines

    Portrait: Lowers contrast and softens background details

    Landscape: Enhances saturation and sharpness to produce landscapes with vibrant greens and blues

    Custom: The parameters for; Sharpening, Contrast (Tone), Colour Reproduction, Saturation, and Hue, can all be adjusted by selecting Custom mode in the "Optimize Image" menu.

    Picture Settings
    Six preset Picture settings. Three Custom Picture Settings are available

    Canon offers additional downloadable "Picture Files"
    .

    Standard:
    Vivid, sharp images; usable in a wide variety of conditions; optimal for direct printing without post-processing

    Portrait:
    Warmer
    skin tones, with slight increases in contrast and sharpening

    Landscape
    : Extremely bright, saturated and sharpened images, with emphasis on blue and green color saturation.

    Neutral:
    Low sharpening, contrast and saturation: the ideal starting point for image-editing in the computer

    Faithful:
    Accurate reproduction of the subject's colors based on colorimetric data; assumes 5500K light source.

    Monochrome:
    Black & White images; adjustable contrast, sharpening, as well as color
    toning and effects of traditional color filters.
    Depth of Field Preview Button No No Yes
    In Camera Image Editing with Retouch Menu 1) D-Lighting
    2) Red-eye reduction
    3) Trimming
    4) Monochrome & filter effects
    5) Color balance
    6) Small picture
    7) Image overlay
    8) NEF (RAW) processing:
    Post process in camera and save as JPEG copy.
    9) Quick retouch
    10) Color outline
    11) Miniature effect
    12) Stop-motion movie

    1) D-lighting
    2) Redeye Correction
    3) Image Trimming
    4) Image Overlay
    5) Monochrome & filter effects
    7) Small Picture (resize copy)
    8) NEF (RAW) Processing: Post process in camera and save as JPEG copy.
    9) Stop Motion Movie
    10) Quick Re-Touch
    No
    Lens Compatibility All functions possible with all AF-S and AF-I NIKKOR lenses. All functions except AF with all other G or D type AF-NIKKOR lenses All functions possible with all AF-S and AF-I NIKKOR lenses. All functions except AF with all other G or D type AF-NIKKOR lenses Canon EF and EF-S: All functions supported
    Noise Reduction Yes Fast two stage process. Select Off / On in Shooting Menu Yes Fast two stage process. Select Off / On in the Nikon D60 Shooting Menu High ISO speed noise reduction: Activated using Custom Function II-4. Select from Off (default) / On
    Interface USB 2.0 USB 2.0 USB 2.0
    Custom functions
    --
    25 12
    Mirror Lock Up Only for sensor cleaning Only for sensor cleaning Mirror can be locked up to 30 sec. Activated by using Custom function C. FnIII-8
    Direct Print Support Yes PictBridge Direct Print Compliant with PictBridge Printers, DPOF Yes PictBridge Direct Print Compliant with PictBridge Printers, DPOF Canon SELPHY Compact Photo Printers, Bubble Jet Printers with the direct print function and PIXMA Printers supporting PictBridge, DPOF
    Vertical release battery grip No grip option (third party solutions are available) No grip option (third party solutions are available) Canon BG-E5: able to take 6 AA batteries or two of the LP-E5 batteries. Provides a shutter button and control dial along with AE/FE Lock, exposure compensation and AF point selection buttons.
    Supplied software Nikon solutions CD with Nikon ViewNX and Capture NX2 trial Nikon solutions CD with Nikon ViewNX and Capture NX2 trial ZoomBrowser EX, Digital Photo Professional RAW editing software, Photo Stitch, EOS Utility (Remote Capture)
    Optional Remote Wireless ML-L3 remote Wireless ML-L3 remote Cable remote RS-60E3 or Wireless RC-1
    Included Accessories Camera Strap AN-DC3
    USB Cable UC-E4
    Video Cable EG-D100
    Rechargeable Li-ion EN-EL9
    Quick Charger MH-23
    Software Suite CD-ROM and Instruction Manuals
    Camera Strap AN-DC1
    USB Cable UC-E4
    Rechargeable Li-ion EN-EL9
    Quick Charger MH-23
    Software Suite CD-ROM and Instruction Manuals
    Wide Strap EW-100D
    Video Cable VC-100
    USB Interface Cable IFC-200U
    Battery Pack LP-E5
    Battery Charger LC-E5
    EOS Digital Solution Disk and Instruction Manuals
    Memory Type Secure Digital (SD) and SDHC cards Secure Digital (SD) and SDHC cards Secure Digital (SD) and SDHC cards
    Power Source EN-EL9a Rechargeable Li-ion battery and charger supplied EN-EL9 Rechargeable Li-ion battery and charger supplied Li-Ion rechargeable LP-E5 battery and charger supplied
    Approx. number of shots per battery charge Approximately 550 shots CIPA Standard Approximately 500 shots CIPA Standard Approximately 450 shots CIPA Standard
    Dimensions 126 x 97 x 64 mm 126 x 94 x 64 mm 126 x 98 x 62 mm
    Weight 485 grams 495 grams 502 grams
    Manufacturer's Warranty 2 years in Canada 2 years in Canada 1 year
    Nikon D3000 camera top controls Canon Rebel XS top control layout
       

    Nikon D60 top control layout

     


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