I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this, but here goes! I just got my D60 today, and played around with it until the battery died. It's charging right now. But what I noticed is that when I shoot the same subjects under the same lighting and ISO as my Canon EOS 630 Film SLR, the Canon can shoot at much faster frame rates than the Nikon D60. The nikon keeps on saying that the subject is too dark, even in a well lit room. In my kitchen (the brightest place in my house, and it's pretty damn bright) my shutter speed is like... 3 seconds... unless i'm pointing it near the lights.. then it's like 1/125 or something. another thing, when it says the shutter speed is 3 seconds... i count and it's like.. 8 seconds. Sorry, i JUST made the jump to digital SLR photography so i'm really new to my camera. :S does anyone know what's wrong?