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October 17, 2012
Best Nikon DX Camera ever.
I have a nikon d90 as a backup camera. This is the best nikon dx camera. The nikon d7000 is better in af,low light and video then my nikon d90. The color is so vivid when you shoot during the day and night of building. This is a great camera.
October 15, 2012
Awesome camera to play with
Used this product for a week now. And really happy with the results.
- Really fast and accurate auto focus through viewfinder
- Extreme low level of noise up to 1000 ISO
- Excellent quality of RAW files
- Plenty of options and really easy to reach
- Excellent Viewfinder
-Dual card slot ( comes handy for RAW shooters )
and many more.
- Slow Auto focus in live view
couldn't find more till now.
October 14, 2012
Really Loving My D7000
I owned a D60 just for curiosity, now that I found out that I am excelling in my hobby I bought a D7000 and really enjoying every moment that I use it! Thank You Nikon!
October 4, 2012
Love this camera!
All I can really say is wow!!! Love mine and plan to buy another one for my photography business! I purchased mine after owning the D40 and needing to upgrade due to having outgrown the D40. I went to buy a D90 but they let me hold the D7000- the rest is history. I have not been disappointed at all after owning it for about 18 months now!
September 28, 2012
Awesome quality photos, easy to use
Excellent choice for the person who wants to graduate from the point & shoot world to higher quality photos. Can easily function as a full auto point and shoot as a good start for those new to the world of DSLR, something to grow into with practice and experience. Also a great choice for the enthusiast who wants to do frame-able high quality enlargements.
September 27, 2012
Love this camera!!
This camera does EVERYTHING! Love all of the features, some I may or may not need, but it is packed! Old pro getting back into photography. Still reading the manual, and I'm amazed at all this camera can do. Can't wait to try everything. Love Nikon! Thanks.
September 25, 2012
Very Disappointed in Quality of Product
I have owned this camera for 18 months and had continual issues with spots on the image sensor despite being extremely careful to only change lenses in dust free conditions. Then after reviewing other reviews, I learned that the 300...serial numbers seem to have this issue. After spending money to have it cleaned, I decided to begin cleaning the sensor myself with sensor swabs. Who can continue to send the camera out for service and spend $50 every time photos have spots? Then, four weeks ago while on a two week vacation the camera stopped working entirely with an ERR message and photos would not transfer to the SD card. By the way, others have reported this issue as well. What a disappontment!!!! I have had Nikon products for years and never had issues like these. Now after spending $251 with Nikon to have the camera repaired - I am selling this body and have already purchased a D300s. My recommendation - do not buy this camera.
September 17, 2012
Amazing Piece of Technical perfection!
Excellent low light performance, that is up to any professional Nikon cameras(and even better than other brands). The Dynamic range of this Camera is awesome. The viewfinder offers excellent view.
For continuous shooting, the D7000 can shoot upto 6 fps. 39 focus points out of which 9 are cross-type focus points, so you can count on D7000's ability to track the subject even if its moving.
The D7000 can accept more than 169 Nikkor lenses.
Though Video wan not my prime reason to buy this equipment, D7000 is not behind in that faculty too. It can shoot full HD[1080p] @ 24fps(PAL) and 1080p @ 30fps(NTSC).
September 13, 2012
This camera is a work of art. It is so easy to use, has tons of features and produces stunning results. The camera's computer is very accurate when set on auto and is especially reliable for those quick, once-in-a-lifetime photos. The built-in flash is quite powerful for it's size. I recently sold my D-800E because my D-7000 does circles around it. This is a great tool for the advanced photographer and is perfect for those advancing. I would highly recommend this camera if you can afford it. The improved sensor allong with the higher MP allows you to really crop your photos. My photography interests range from insects to the moon and everything in between. I could spend all day talking about this camera, but you get the idea. Five stars from me!
September 2, 2012
Big DSLR in a little DSLR body
I've used a D80 and a D90 for sometime, I thought that without buying one of the highend Nikons, I could still get good shots. Until D7000 no DSLR was better than my D90. I love my D90, this is a very, very good DSLR. Then I met D7000. I am in DSLR heaven. This camera is awsome. The clarity, speed, color....I could go on and on, and still I couldn't say enough about D7000. At first I read all the negative reviews on how it's not a D4 or D800, I was afraid to get one. I decided to check for myself. Well, no it's not a D4 or D800. if you need a D4 or D800, you need to buy one. D7000 never claimed to be either of these "big boys". What it does claim, is that it's a heavy weight among its comparble competition (I'd say better). With the array of available lenses, there's not much D7000 can't do. I will get a D800 or D4, when I can afford one, but that doesn't mean I am short changed with my D7000. With features like EXpeed II, large multi-point metering, D7000 has more than "just adequate" capabilities to complete my photographic work with ease and superior results. Using lenses in the F2 to F1.4 range is really what makes any good camera great!! Superior glass, controlling light, meshed with a great camera is key. Try the D7000 with Nikkors 85mm 1.8, you'll see what I see, D7000, darn good DSLR!!
August 24, 2012
Great camera I upgraded from D80 and the quality is greater. Lots of new features for a good price.
August 23, 2012
Would like more values in EV/AEB. I would like if EV were at least -10 +10
August 23, 2012
THE Nikon camera you want/need to explore your art and skills!
You've bought your first (or second inexpensive DSLR#. You need or want something better, more capable, a camera you can grow into.
This is that camera.
Until you feel the jump to full frame and professional DSLRs, this camera will fill your needs and not leave you wanting.
I won't go into the technical aspects of this sophistaced, artistic tool, there are more than Nikon lists on their D7000 page, but it trumps every other Nikon in the DX series AND at one attractive price!
I started with a used D50 #affordable# then outgrew it. I hemmed and hawed between the D5100 and D7000. The D5100 is a nice, affordable camera but now that I have my D7000... ooh, I wish I had bought it in the first place.
ALL of my previous lenses work with the D7000. The manual, Non-CPU lens data is, is, a godsend!
I'm not a Pro. I don't make a living #or any dollar for that matter# from my photography. I don't remember, and don't need to, all the info about F-stops, shutter speed, light metering, etc. I shoot b/c I love to AND I'm learning those skills particularly fast with this camera.
All the bells and whistles an amatuer or low level pro would need are in this camera. If youlike to learn to control the aspects of your art, this camera will allow you to do so AND still provide those Auto settings for quick, casual shooting.
I'd love to upload some shots I have taken but #poor internet connection) I am currently in Peru putting this camera to the test and I am Loving it!
August 23, 2012
D7000 is my absolute favorite DSLR for big events; weddings, stage performing and other low light events.
Nobody ever wants to hear that their wedding pictures did not come out! The dual chip feature is easy to configure and I record to both chips at the same time, for a wedding! If one of the SD chips fail, I'm still covered! The dual writing does not seem to take any longer to save images, not that I would care!
Low light images still come out super, at 1600 ISO and even at 3200!! The 16.2 CMOS sensor really delivers! The size of the camera body is slightly larger (20%, maybe?) than the D5100, that I bought for it's smaller size and having the same 16.2 CMOS sensor. Don't get me wrong, the D7000 is not too big, it is just the right size. I drag the D5100 around on the motorcycle, to preserve the D7000.
August 22, 2012
More for less
My first DSLR was a Nikon D50 and I later purchased a Nikon D40x camera. I love my D7000. I bought it to upgrade from the D90. Everything I've read about the Nikon 7000 was dead on. The D7000 is like a D90 on steroids it take great picture. I used it for a couple project. It take great pictures.
August 21, 2012
First of all I own a d700 fx. I upgraded my outdated d80 dx and got the d7000 because I have both dx and fx lens. the dynamic range on the d7000 is incredible. taking the same shots with the same lens 50mm 1.4 on both cameras, the color on the d7000 was much richer. ya i know you can play with the colors in raw or photoshop, but i was very impressed on the quality of the image. I'm very happy.
August 21, 2012
No compromise photograghy.
I have used Nikon products for several decades. The D7000 is the most versatile of all the cameras I have ever purchased. This is the most thoughtfully designed camera system, for the price, produced. I still have an upcoming opportunity to use my D7000 more thoroughly in the near future, which will give me a better base for making a more intelligent analysis of it, until then I have to say this is camera technology I dreamed of when I was much younger. Thank you for bringing this to market.
August 21, 2012
I recently began having an interest in photography about two years ago. Originally I had the Nikon d3100, and decided that it was time to put the starter dslr away and move onto bigger and better things. I've had the camera for exactly a week today and I love it. I have no idea how the features exactly work yet, but overall it's very easy to use. When I went to purchase it, I originally was going to switch to Canon. However, Nikon is such a great fit for me. The build feels amazing in my hands and is extremely comfortable to hold. It is heavier than my d3100, but is completely tolerable. I'd recommend this camera to anyone who is looking to upgrade or buy into the dslr world. I know I'll have this beauty for a long long time!
August 20, 2012
I Love This Camera
My first DSLR was a Nikon D60 and I later purchased a Nikon D40 camera. After 3 years, I was ready to advance to a bigger and better camera and I'm glad I did. Everything I've read about the Nikon 7000 is true. The weight and balance is just right for my rather small hands and all the features feels like a professional camera. This is the way to go...Thanks Nikon!!
August 19, 2012
This camera has been excellent. I am an amateur photography but lots of my pictures have looked better than some we have paid to have done. The HD video has been outstanding as well and having 2 card slot has been great for shooting JPG and RAW at the same time. I would definitely recommend this camera.
August 19, 2012
Excellent Camera BUT bad skin tones.
The camera is fast, great in low light, BUT its hard to get correct skin tones. which is a MAJOR issue. The skin looks fake or plastic most of the time. My last camera was a CCD Nikon D80 and they were 95% right on, this one is hard to dial in the skin tones.
I hope there is an update for skin tones.
I would get a used Nikon D700 instead if I knew about this problem
August 18, 2012
All the features and versatility one can imagine for a DX format at a reasonable cost!
The D7000 is an advanced camera, more professional in most features than not, and at a very reasonable price. It is built beautifully. With more modern menus and controls than previous models, it's very user-friendly and fast. The metering and focusing is fast and accurate 99% of the time. This camera fits in the hand beautifully and is a pleasure to shoot with.
The dynamic range and use in low-light conditions is remarkable. The noise acquired at very high ISO is controllable with post-processing. And a surprise that noisy results of images taken at extremely high ISO and converted into B&W actually reproduce quite like the grain of the older ASA400 films.
The D7K is relatively light in weight and compact. As a travel camera, I attach the 24-120mm F/4.0G and that gives me lots of versatility. If I need to trek with very light-weight, I often just attach the 40mm f/2.8DX-micro, carrying negligible weight on my shoulder.
I have also utilized the 24mm f/3.5D PC-E tilt/shift lens. Though not designed for use on this camera, it yields some incredible images and most of the movements are not restricted.
Important, most of the older Nikkors behave very well with the D7000.
This is a great little camera and I highly recommend it, at this time IMHO the best DX on the market.
August 18, 2012
A truly magnificent camera!!!!!
This camera has it all, the feel and ease of use is remarkable. For the price, you just can't beat it.
This camera has revived my interest in photography.
August 17, 2012
Just had it a week and shot a three day corporate event. After 350 shots,battery was still 3/4 charged at the end. Camera handles like a dream, fast autofocus, lightweight, etc. Worked well with my SB-800. Also dropped it from about a four foot height, not a scratch and works perfectly!!! Good build quality. Going to get another body and would highly reccommend this camera.
August 16, 2012
I've had my D7000 about two months now and am really enjoying it. I've upgraded up from a D40, which was much simpler to use, I was advised by photo friends of mine that when I upgrade, do the D7000, as I was looking at the D5100 too. I'm glad that I did, it's challenging for me and gives me more options to explore. Although I'm a fledgling amateur, it helps me explore the many different types of photography, recently got into nature, using a 50 mm prime lens, very happy with those results and portraiture using models, which is a first for me, again I wasn't disappointed in the equipment. There's plenty of room to grow with this D7000, so it should last me many years.
August 16, 2012
AN excellent camera for the price!
An excellent camera for the price. Many easy to use features. Will satisfy my needs for many years.
August 15, 2012
Fun to use
Replaces a D80. I wanted movie taking capability and the ability to use my old lenses. I did a lot of reading and research concerning a replacement and settled on the 7000. I have no regrets. Many of the reviews were too complicated and technical and failed to tell you how much fun the camera is to use. Taking movies is easy and the movies produced are perfectly good. I like the flexibility of the controls plus the fact that many of these controls have been in the same place over multiple cameras. The manual is a little obtuse and some of the functions are better described by Internet reviewers than the manual itself but out-of-the-box taking pictures was easy. The 6/per second shooting rate is very nice. There are subtle differences between auto and P so I would suggest the user test out the various settings before fixing on a regular choice.
Old AF nikkor's work fine.
August 14, 2012
Imaging Hercules with Mamoth features!!
Great image quality
Autofocuses shooting video
Wide dynamic range
Movie continuous focus
39 focus points, out of which 19 are cross type.
Significantly better image quality
More dynamic range 13.9 EV
Better color depth 23.5 bits
Lower noise at high ISO 1,167 ISO
Video autofocus Contrast detection
Longer battery life 1050 shots
2 storage slots
Smaller, sturdy, strong Magnesium Alloy Body.
More compatible lenses available(169 lenses!)
Better boost ISO 25,600
August 14, 2012
Too much camera for me!
I purposely bought too much camera -- I'd been taking good shots with point and shoots in P mode -- the D7000 compelled me to learn manual mode shooting, and it's been a real treat. I've had it a year now, and it's enabled me to take photography up several levels. I'm now getting great shots, no longer by accident. I love my D7000, and the Nikon brand.
August 13, 2012