The Nikon D3000 was recently reviewed at Neocamera. This is the latest entry-level Nikon DSLR, an upgrade to the D60. It has 11 focus-points instead of 3 and a number of changes to the interface, most of them improvements,
The D3000 is one of the most basic DSLR cameras available, taking aim at beginners looking for DSLR image quality without complication. Still, it has everything expected from a DSLR such as high-ISO, full-manual controls, custom white-balance, continuous drive, interchangeable lenses and a hot-shoe. It fully supports Nikon lenses with builtin focus-drive. Read the Nikon D3000 full-review for all the details.