The graininess was addressed in the 3200 with the upgrade to 24 mega pixels.
.My main gripe is about the ViewNX2 software -- it no longer supports USB connection to the D60, so I have to pull the SD card out to transfer the pictures. Still really happy with the camera though.
Enjoy the camera, if it meets your need then it'll serve you very well. It sounds like you should know enough about photography that you are well equipped to judge your needs.Nikon/Canon/etc - these days really depends on personal preference and if you have glass you want to use on the new body.I'm a Nikon guy, d800, f2.8 zooms, faster primes. The 3200 with those lenses doesn't meet my needs, but I know that and pay (quite literally) the price.My one suggestion to you is stick with Nikon lenses. The autofocus just seems to work best and they have better quality optics. If you want more of a one lens do-all setup check out the 18-200 or if you don't mind the size and weight the 18-300 lens. They aren't fast lenses, but they sure are versatile.
Actually the 18-200 weighs the same as the newer 18-300, the older version of the 18-300 did weigh much more (that's the one I have). Why didn't you go for the sharpness king, the 800E?
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