The Nikon D60 gets official today, a few minor changes compare to predecessor D40x. It uses the same physical body design with similar features like 10.2 mp CCD sensor with sensitivity up to ISO 3200, 2.5 inch LCD display and shutter speed range of 1/4000s to 30 seconds.
The subtle updates are dust reduction system adopted from D300 with newer Airflow Control System that uses a smart engineering internal design to control the air flow and Active D-Lighting featured in D300 and D3 uses for increasing dynamic range. If you are hoping for the live view or In-boy AF system, you probably have to try your luck on D60x next year.
The additional update is the camera kit lens is now featuring Nikon’s Optical stabilization with the announcement of AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G Vibration Reduction lens. The D60 will go on sale next month in USA but no pricing information has been released from Nikon.