Other than the Nikon D300s the company announced a second camera today, although it doesn’t match up to the D300s when it is comes to the specs and features. It is the Nikon D3000 which is a beginner in the DSLR world. The Nikon D3000 is capable of taking still shots at 10.2 megapixels with a 11-point autofocus and an Active D-Lighting system that improves dynamic range.
It has a 230K pixel LCD display for preview purposes and to interact with the icon driven menu. The beginner’s DSLR also has a Guide Mode that helps users pick shot settings. It will be available as a a kit with an 18-55mm, f3.5-5.6 VR lens at a price of $600. The Nikon D300 DSLR is expected to be shipped in August