By Evan Ackerman
At PMA this week, Nikon announced a new (sort of new) entry-level DSLR, the D60. It’s virtually identical to the D40x both outside and in, with the same small-ish size, the same 10.2 megapixel sensor, and more or less the same OS. The new stuff you might care about includes a sensor cleaner, adaptive dynamic range, the ability to recognize Eye-Fi cards, and a stop-motion movie mode. You might also appreciate the fact that the $750 kit includes an 18-55mm lens with vibration reduction, but the best news is that the nearly identical D40x (and for that matter, the just as good D40) are now going to drop in price.
The more exciting thing, in my opinion, is that Nikon has also released a tilt/shift lens, which takes pictures like this:
If you think that’s an extremely detailed model, you’ll want to read more after the jump.Continue Reading