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For those of us who could never understand why Nikon called the upgrade to its entry-level D40 the D40x, the company has rectified the situation this evening with the announcement of the Nikon D60 DSLR. Presumably the D40x's long-speculated replacement, the new D60 shares key specs with the previous model, including its 10.2 megapixel CCD. A VR kit lens sweetens the deal somewhat, but given how much this model carries over from the D40x, we're not sure this was the earth-shattering announcement Nikon fans were hoping for.
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