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Nikon D3000

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Légende
  1. Excellent
  2. Bon
  3. Faible
  4. Moyenne
4.0
basé sur tous les avis
Notes des utilisateurs :
54
4.2 sur 5
54 avis d'utilisateurs
5 étoiles
50 %
4 étoiles
27 %
3 étoiles
16 %
2 étoiles
5 %
1 étoiles
0 %

Avantages

  • The grass also has a good level of detail and the colour is realistic
  • solid and balanced in your hands
  • Images at the two lowest settings are smooth and well detailed

Désavantage

  • lack of Live View the monitor is used strictly for playback and to adjust menu settings
  • Adding flash is quite mild
  • Nikon D60 is dead

Spécifications clés

  • CMOS
  • DX
  • 23.6x15.8 mm
  • 10 Mpx
  • 3872, 2592 px
  • Nikon F
  • 22
  • Mise au point automatique continue, Mise au point automatique servo, Mise au point automatique unique
  • 3.0 in
  • Non

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Nikon D3000 - Présentation technique

FaibleMoyenneBonExcellent
IconTaille de l'écran
3 in
Meilleur:
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W710
Taille de l'écran: 6,7 in
IconISO maximum
3200
Meilleur:
Pentax KP
ISO maximum: 819200
IconPixels efficaces
10 Mpx
Meilleur:
Hasselblad H6D-100c
Pixels efficaces: 100 Mpx
IconRésolution max
3872 x 2592 px
Meilleur:
Leica M11
Résolution max: 9528 x 6328 px

Avis vidéo (9)

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Nikon D3000 Spécifications complètes

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Capteur
Type de capteurCMOS
Format du capteur d'imageDX
Taille du capteur23.6 mm
Détecteurs photo à capteur11.0 Mpx
Pixels efficaces10.0 Mpx
Rapport d'image w: h3:2
Résolution max3872 x 2592 px
Autres résolutions
  • 2896x1944
  • 1936x1296
ProcesseurExpeed
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Optique et mise au point
Monture de lentillesNikon F
Zoom optique3.0 x
Zoom numérique1.0 x
Grossissement (facteur de culture)1.5 x
Ouverture maximale22
Assistance AF (éclairage d'assistance à la mise au point automatique)Lampe
Réglage de la mise au pointAuto / Manuel
Contraste autofocusOui
Réglage de la luminositéOui
Multiplicateur de distance focale1.5x
Autofocus
  • Mise au point automatique continue
  • Mise au point automatique servo
  • Mise au point automatique unique
Verrouillage de la mise au point automatique (AF)Oui
Mise au point manuelleOui
Sélection des points de mise au point automatique (AF)
  • Auto
  • Manuel
Faisceau d'assistance pour la mise au point automatique (AF)Oui
Nombre de points AF11
Nombre maximum de collimateurs AF (assistant inclus)11
Stabilisateur d'imageBasé uniquement sur l'objectif
Diamètre du filtre67.0 mm
Autofocus à détection de phaseOui
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Fonctions de photographie
Type d'obturateur de la caméraÉlectronique
Vitesse d'obturation minimale30.0 s
Vitesse d'obturation maximale1.0 s
Priorité d'obturationOui
Priorité d'ouvertureOui
Mode d'exposition manuelOui
Compensation d'exposition plus5
Compensation d'exposition moins-5
Étapes de l'indemnisation des frais
  • 1/3
  • 1/2
Verrouillage automatique de l'expositionOui
Prise de vue en continuOui
Retard du retardateur
  • 2
  • 10
HistogrammeOui
Bracketing WBNon
Modes sujet / scèneOui
Vitesse de synchronisation du flash1/200s
Flash intégréOui
Portée du flash12.0 m
Modes de flash
  • Auto
  • Flash désactivé
  • Réduction des yeux rouges
Connexion flash externeChaussure chaude
Système de mesure du flashi-TTL
Flash externeOui
Entraînement continu3.0 fps
Modes scène
  • Enfants
  • Gros plan
  • Portrait de nuit
  • Portrait
  • Des sports
  • Paysage
RetardateurOui
Modes de mesure
  • Multi
  • Pondérée centrale
  • Place
Paramètres manuelsOui
Options du retardateur
  • 2
  • 5
  • 10
  • 20
Vitesse (JPEG)3.0 fps
Vitesse (RAW)3.0 fps
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Fonctionnalités audio
Microphone intégréNon
Réduction de bruitOui
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Dimensions
Poids485.0 g
Largeur125.0 mm
la taille94.0 mm
Profondeur65.0 mm
Icon
Puissance
Type de source d'alimentationBatterie
Autonomie de la batterie (CIPA)500
Technologie de la batterie
Lithium-Ion
Nombre de batteries prises en charge1
Adaptateur secteur inclusOui
Icon
Autres caractéristiques
Enregistrement timelapseNon
GPSNon
Capteur d'orientationOui
CalendrierOui
Certifié Energy StarNon
CadreOui
Prise en charge des langues
  • CHI
  • CHI
  • DEU
  • DUT
  • ENG
  • FIN
  • FRE
  • ITA
  • JPN
  • KOR
  • POL
  • POR
  • RUS
  • SWE
Montage sur trépied pris en chargeOui
Modes d'édition d'imageGarniture
Icon
Image
ISO
  • 100
  • 1600
  • 3200
ISO automatiqueOui
ISO minimum100
ISO maximum3200
ISO maximum amélioré3200
Résolution d'image maximale3872 x 2592 px
Préréglages de balance des blancs12
Modes de balance des blancs
  • Auto
  • Nuageux
Balance des blancs personnaliséeOui
Formats de fichier image pris en charge
  • JPG
  • RAW
effets photo
  • Noir blanc
  • Neutre
  • Vif
Stabilisateur d'imageNon
Type de stabilisation d'imageNon
Rapports hauteur / largeur pris en charge
  • 1:1
  • 3:2
  • 4:3
  • 5:4
  • 16:9
Format non compresséRAW
Prise en charge AEB / HDRNon
Icon
Écran et viseur
Taille de l'écran3.0 in
LCD articuléNon
Technologie d'écranLCD
Points d'écran230000
Écran tactileNon
Vue en directOui
ViseurOptique
Couverture du viseur95.0 %
Grossissement du viseur0.8 x
Réglage dioptrique (DD)1.7 - 0.5
Soulagement des yeux18.0 mm
Affichage d'informations séparéNon
Icon
Fonctionnalités de vidéographie
Enregistrement videoOui
Type HDNon supporté
Formats de fichiers vidéo pris en chargeRAW
Système de format de signal analogique
  • NTSC
  • COPAIN
Lecture de la caméraMiniatures
Fréquence d'images Motion JPEG3.0 fps
Icon
Conception
Type de corpsSLR
Matériau du corpsPlastique
Couleur du produitNoir
Système anti-poussièreOui
Scellé à l'environnementNon
Icon
Espace de rangement
Cartes mémoire compatibles
  • Dakota du Sud
  • SDHC
Emplacements mémoire1
Types de stockage
  • Dakota du Sud
  • SDHC
Système de fichiers de la caméra
  • DCF 2.0
  • Exif 2.21
Icon
Connectivité
HDMINon
Quantité de ports HDMI1
Version USB2.0
Sans filEye-Fi connecté
Prise d'entrée CCOui
TélécommandeOui
PictBridgeOui
NFCNon
Réseau sans fil (Wi-Fi)Oui
Sortie AVOui
FirewireNon

Nikon D3000 Avis éditoriaux ( 24)

3.8
Basé sur 24 avis
  • 5
  • 4
  • 3
  • 2
  • 1
Nikon D3000 Review : Nikon D3000
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Review : Nikon D3000

It is always nice to be stretched by a D<b>SLR</b> unit. This one from <b>Nikon</b> would make an ideal stepping stone for a competent <b>Digital</b> <b>Camera</b> user before going on to a professional unit if indeed they intend to progress further.

Nikon D3000 Review of the Nikon D3000 Digital SLR Camera by Hal Wilkers - video Dailymotion
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Nikon D3000 Nikon D3000 Review
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Publié: 11.12.2009
Nikon D3000 Review
3.6

There is a temptation amongst those of us that shoot with and test DSLRs for a living to be more than a little dismissive about entry-level cameras like the Nikon D3000. However, first-time DSLR buyers are enormously important to camera manufacturers, and the competition amongst them for a share of the entry-level market is intense. The D60, which is replaced by the D3000, was Nikon's best-selling DLSR, and it is the success of products like this that drives the development of everything from low-end Coolpix models to the recently announced professional level D3s. But the success of entry-level DSLRs isn't just good news for camera manufacturers - today's 'low end' offerings are highly specified, powerful tools, which - had they been released a few years ago - would have commanded much higher prices than they do today. With the 6 million pixel D40, released in 2006, Nikon made a decision to create a completely different type of DSLR to its previous low-end offerings. The D40, and the D40x and D60 that followed it, was designed specifically to be user-friendly, as well as merely wallet-friendly. Gone were the 'traditional' top-plate mounted LCD screen and many of the external control points, in favor of a stripped-down, minimalist design and a largely screen-driven interface. The D3000 continues in this mold, but if anything, is even easier to get to grips with thanks to the introduction of a new 'guide' mode. The D3000 shares the same 10 million pixel CCD sensor as the D60, and almost exactly the same body and design, but this camera is more than a cosmetic revamp of the older model. Crucially, the D60's adequate but uninspiring 3-point AF system is gone, replaced by the same 11-point system as found in the D90. This venerable AF module (the Multi-cam 1000, if you were curious) has impressive provenance, and was originally developed for the professional-level Nikon D200. Some photographers may be disappointed, however, by the lack of live view and video modes in the D3000, which makes it the 'odd one out' compared to many of its entry-level peers.

Nikon D3000 Nikon D3000 Review
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Publié: 11.12.2009
Nikon D3000 Review
3.6

There is a temptation amongst those of us that shoot with and test DSLRs for a living to be more than a little dismissive about entry-level cameras like the Nikon D3000. However, first-time DSLR buyers are enormously important to camera manufacturers, and the competition amongst them for a share of the entry-level market is intense. The D60, which is replaced by the D3000, was Nikon's best-selling DLSR, and it is the success of products like this that drives the development of everything from low-end Coolpix models to the recently announced professional level D3s. But the success of entry-level DSLRs isn't just good news for camera manufacturers - today's 'low end' offerings are highly specified, powerful tools, which - had they been released a few years ago - would have commanded much higher prices than they do today. With the 6 million pixel D40, released in 2006, Nikon made a decision to create a completely different type of DSLR to its previous low-end offerings. The D40, and the D40x and D60 that followed it, was designed specifically to be user-friendly, as well as merely wallet-friendly. Gone were the 'traditional' top-plate mounted LCD screen and many of the external control points, in favor of a stripped-down, minimalist design and a largely screen-driven interface. The D3000 continues in this mold, but if anything, is even easier to get to grips with thanks to the introduction of a new 'guide' mode. The D3000 shares the same 10 million pixel CCD sensor as the D60, and almost exactly the same body and design, but this camera is more than a cosmetic revamp of the older model. Crucially, the D60's adequate but uninspiring 3-point AF system is gone, replaced by the same 11-point system as found in the D90. This venerable AF module (the Multi-cam 1000, if you were curious) has impressive provenance, and was originally developed for the professional-level Nikon D200. Some photographers may be disappointed, however, by the lack of live view and video modes in the D3000, which makes it the 'odd one out' compared to many of its entry-level peers.

Nikon D3000 The best DSLR cameras in 2023
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Publié: 25.09.2022
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4.0

Here are the best DSLR cameras selling for less than $2,000, including top picks for beginners, hobbyists and video shooters.

Nikon D3000 Nikon D3000 DSLR Review
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Publié: 20.02.2010
Nikon D3000 DSLR Review

If you’ve always hungered for a DSLR and more importantly, a Nikon DSLR, but never had ‘the ready’ to fill your ambition … The Nikon D3000 DSLRcould be your opportunity. It’s hard to quantify the allure of the breed but undeniable is the bloodline, the technical excellence and innovative achievements of Nikon cameras and lenses.

Nikon D3000 Nikon’s D3000; Welcome To D-SLR Land
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Publié: 01.02.2010
Nikon’s D3000; Welcome To D-SLR Land

Do you believe that a camera can guide you into a more creative realm? Can you learn as you shoot? Do you own a point-and-shoot and want to step up your image potential? If you are inclined to agree with these queries you might consider the Nikon D3000.

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Publié: 24.09.2009
Nikon D300 | Cameralabs

Nikon D3000 Nikon D3000 Review
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Publié: 30.07.2009
Nikon D3000 Review
3.5

Nikon D3000 review, find out how the D3000 stacks up against the competition in our real-world review with in-depth image quality comparisons.

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Publié: 24.09.2009
Nikon D3000

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Nikon D3000 digital SLR camera
4.0

An inexpensive Nikon digital SLR camera that's great for beginners

Nikon D3000 Nikon D3000 Review | Photography Blog
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Publié: 26.08.2009
Nikon D3000 Review | Photography Blog
4.5

The Nikon D3000 is a new digital SLR camera for the masses, with simplified handling and guided help that offers a gentle introduction to the world of SLR photography. The D3000 is designed to improve your photos, with an interactive Intelligent Guide mode holding your hand on the road to that perfect picture. Other standout features include a large 3 inch LCD screen, sensible 10 megapixel sensor, 11-point autofocus system and 3fps continuous shooting. Available for £429.99 / €522.00 body-only or £499.99 / €607.00 / $599.95 with the 18-55mm VR kit lens, Gavin Stoker discovers if the Nikon D3000 is the ultimate camera for DSLR beginners.

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Publié: 22.10.2009
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4.5

Nikon's newest entry-level DSLR comes under the spotlight

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Publié: 27.12.2009
Nikon D3000 18-55 review
3.0

Beginner-friendly features, but the D3000 fails to provide efficient controls and competitive image quality

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Publié: 08.09.2009
Nikon D3000 review
4.5

Probably the most beginner-friendly DSLR on the market

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