Learn more Shop now Learn more Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Shop now Learn More Shop now Learn more Click Here Shop Kindle Amazon Music Unlimited for Family Shop now Shop Now

Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway.
Please enter a question.
Showing 1-6 of 6 questions
Sort:
  • 0
    vote

    votes
Answer:
Doesn't take videos
By fayaz on 09 March 2015
  • 0
    vote

    votes
Answer:
Yes. I bought a compatible (non-Nikon) zoom lens for it when I purchased it. Hope this helps.
By TLM on 24 November 2016
  • 0
    vote

    votes
Answer:
It depends on what you are looking to achieve. Manual focus is achieved using either the manual mode which is a feature you can select with this camera so you have full control of settings of speed and aperture instead of leaving it in auto mode and letting the camera do it automatically. Rotating the body of the lens … see more It depends on what you are looking to achieve. Manual focus is achieved using either the manual mode which is a feature you can select with this camera so you have full control of settings of speed and aperture instead of leaving it in auto mode and letting the camera do it automatically. Rotating the body of the lens is manually focusing - so it depends what you mean with your question. Modern lenses which fit a camera like this only have silent internal motors to fix aperture whereas the older style lenses have aperture rings marked on them which can be adjusted by hand see less It depends on what you are looking to achieve. Manual focus is achieved using either the manual mode which is a feature you can select with this camera so you have full control of settings of speed and aperture instead of leaving it in auto mode and letting the camera do it automatically. Rotating the body of the lens is manually focusing - so it depends what you mean with your question. Modern lenses which fit a camera like this only have silent internal motors to fix aperture whereas the older style lenses have aperture rings marked on them which can be adjusted by hand
By ChrisR on 28 August 2016
  • 0
    vote

    votes
Answer:
ya it does
By Amazon Customer on 12 July 2017
  • 0
    vote

    votes
Answer:
From my memory of this camera...
This camera will basically be good for any purpose of photography, for example distance wildlife photography. It's a beginner level digital SLR camera, though it far out performs any non SLR camera. I am confident, that with the correct dedication, you can get professional quality pho… see more
From my memory of this camera...
This camera will basically be good for any purpose of photography, for example distance wildlife photography. It's a beginner level digital SLR camera, though it far out performs any non SLR camera. I am confident, that with the correct dedication, you can get professional quality photographs regardless of the subject, or environment. Although this is geared up for typical consumer purchase, it's extremely capable of producing excellent photos.
The lense will be the main factor for shooting wildlife at a distance. It's been a while, so I don't know what would best suit you, probably one of those massive scary looking zoom lenses. Either way the D3000 will keep you going for a while.
Over time you'll probably want to upgrade, but essentially if you need to ask this question, I doubt you're at that level yet. On the flip side, anyone interested in photography should buy a DSLR, anything less (ie hybrid) I don't believe is as fit for purpose.
You're in the right place :) see less
From my memory of this camera...
This camera will basically be good for any purpose of photography, for example distance wildlife photography. It's a beginner level digital SLR camera, though it far out performs any non SLR camera. I am confident, that with the correct dedication, you can get professional quality photographs regardless of the subject, or environment. Although this is geared up for typical consumer purchase, it's extremely capable of producing excellent photos.
The lense will be the main factor for shooting wildlife at a distance. It's been a while, so I don't know what would best suit you, probably one of those massive scary looking zoom lenses. Either way the D3000 will keep you going for a while.
Over time you'll probably want to upgrade, but essentially if you need to ask this question, I doubt you're at that level yet. On the flip side, anyone interested in photography should buy a DSLR, anything less (ie hybrid) I don't believe is as fit for purpose.
You're in the right place :)

By James on 24 August 2016
  • 0
    vote

    votes
Answer:
sorry i have a d3200 and that does vidio not sure about the d3000
By Rich on 05 January 2015
  • Previous
  • 1
  • Next