So my Nikon D60 broke awhile back and I decided that I needed to get a camera to work with my stop motion animation project. I did a couple side jobs and found a good sale and the camera is now mine. I have a Nikon D5100 that works with my super neat lens. Now I just have to learn the camera. 16 months ago
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So I have a Nikon D60 and I love it. The problem with it has been that for stop motion animation I can’t get live view and that complicates thing. Well, then it broke while we were on vacation (of all the places it decided to break, it chose Hawaii). Christmas is coming up and I think I will go nuts without a camera. The local photo shop I bought it at says that it will be $200 dollars to send it to Nikon to fix it. They have a D40 for $250. The problem is that the D40 does not have live view through Dragon, so I’m left with the same problem. The camera they have that would get live view would be $750. Honestly right now $200 to fix it puts me in a bad way. I can’t do $750. At the same time it seems like a waste to buy a new camera that isn’t going to do all the things I need it to do. So I’m going to try and fix the dead camera myself. The camera shop guy said I was brave. He also stated that since it was already dead what’s the worst I could do? Break it? 17 months ago