Product Reviews (109)
Like new. couldn't even tell it was uses
Great product for a great price. Couldn't even tell it was used.
By DCP on Adorama - Apr 30, 2013
Best DX files @ 6fps, period.
I shoot rodeo/bands/events in horrible light, I'm totally fearless with this very body thru ISO5000 :O Takes a bit of effort to master the new 39 pt AF but my time was well served as my in focus shots exceed 98%. Easy ISO is a godsend and the addition of
By trenchmonkey on Adorama - Aug 26, 2012
Nikon D7000 (Body only)
Crutchfield has collected 20 user reviews for this product with an average rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars. The most recent reviewer said, "Let me first say that for the past 43 years I have been a camera-oholic. My photography experience, though non-professional, is very extensive. This D7000 is my first digital Nikon and I love it. This camera body delivers a well balance mix of dedicated customizable controls, logical design, quality construction and a feature rich menu system that I find easy to use without insulting my intelligence. I consider myself a control freak, the D7000 gives me the power to control how the camera controls operate. As I was setting this camera up, using the supplied manual, I was pleasantly surprised to learn how much control I now have. For example; White Balance, to a guy like me, who has been shooting with film most of his life, having the ability to change your white balance, at will, is a miracle. This Nikon has 2 auto white balance settings and 12 preset options, all of which can be easily fine tuned if you desire, plus the ability to capture, name and store up to 5 custom white balance settings. I've been taking a lot of random test and the images look so good on my computer I can't delete them even though they are just test shots! The colors look very natural, the sharpness is fantastic (Nikkor AF-S DX MICRO 40mmf2.8G Lens), and the contrast is awesome. Super Camera! "
By on Crutchfield.com - Sep 3, 2012
I specialize in Nature/outdoor shots. Love the easy access to controls by just using a button vs having to find it in a menu.
By AZGeorge on Adorama - Oct 20, 2012
So good I bought two!
I upgraded my older DSLR to a D7000 a few months ago and am so happy with it that I've now upgraded my wife's camera with a second one. This does everything you might want a DSLR for except break your bank! All adjustments are easy to make and handling is
By Montana Brian on Adorama - Jun 25, 2013
Run away from this junk
This is my third Nikon (D200, D300s, D7000) in a row, and they're getting worse. My wife and I just had a nice vacation. Her point and shoot Canon SX110 blew away the results I got from my four/five times more expensive Nikons in focus sharpness and expos
By Miker on Adorama - Oct 15, 2012
Great Camera, Reasonable Price
The D7000 is a great value that lets you capture high quality images with either simple settings or fully controlled exposure and processing. All the more frequently changed settings are easily accessible without diving into menus, and User modes in addit
By Brian H. on Adorama - May 2, 2013
I upgraded to this camera from a D5000 because the D5000 does not have an internal AF motor. I am very happy with this camera. Not only does it have the ability to use more lenses in AF mode, but compared to the D5000 it is wicked fast in continuous shoot
By C Spires on Adorama - Apr 23, 2013
I'm a enthusiastic photographer looking to become professional. My photography covers all fields. Macro, landscape, portrait, urban etc. This camera has filled my world of realism and gives me the picture I saw with my eyes. Dedicated buttons, his great performance in low light, 6 shots per second, control of everything without going to the menus!!! Amazing!!!
By thepinguino44 on Adorama - Nov 5, 2013
Competent, capable, low-light adept
I love this camera! Used for: nature, candids, astrophotography and more. Pro: Quiet for an SLR, great in low light, options for turning off NR, good overall ergonomics, excellent screen and zoom in to check image sharpness, etc., handy controls for setting release to e.g. remote/shutter up. Con: Tricky getting sharp manual focus with 2x teleconverter and 70-300 zoom. Probably just me. Storage media door opens too easily when simply grasping camera body. Battery gets used up fairly quickly, but a lot is being asked of it.
By qixote on Adorama - Aug 27, 2013
I bought this camera because I believed it to be the closest to a fully professional camera body that I would ever be able to afford. It has not disappointed. As this purchase is still very new, I am still learning the multiple things the camera can do. Mostly it is used for landscapes, seascapes, wildlife, and flora photography. It has also been excellent for indoor shooting.So far, it is proving itself to be one fine camera. Highly recommended!
By Dick the Clicker on Adorama - Aug 13, 2013
Wonderful for the money
Great product, fast shipping , good buy.
By Aaron Srader on Adorama - Jul 9, 2013
Traded an old d40x in on this, the price was great!! Awesome body, very capable!
By l.a. on Adorama - Jul 9, 2013
Wonderful value for a used product. Showed E- , but was perfect..
By Aaron Srader on Adorama - Jun 4, 2013
Great great great
I am still learning but great camera
By Khut on Adorama - May 14, 2013
Manly camera (good for the better half)
The purchase was to upgrade from my Sony A330. The primary reason was to work with pro-style DSLR. So far so good. The picture quality is outstanding. The algorithm behind the scene selector makes it easy for all users to utilize the camera to its full ca
By Holy cow on Adorama - Apr 23, 2013
Dont waste your money
Please do not waste your money. My first D7000 had to replaced by Nikon in less than 9 months of purchase for the shutter system going out. Now less than 10 months after receiving my second D7000 issue after issue has come up. The focus is absolutely awfu
By kdphoto on Adorama - Apr 22, 2013
Just the right upgrade from a D90, the D7000 improves resolution as well as focus and exposure controls. At 16MP, file sizes are still manageable compared to the D7100, but image quality is very similar. Adjusting settings is easy and the availability of
By Brian H. on Adorama - Apr 9, 2013
All play with no work
My first DSLR. Great image quality which was the main reason I go this camera. Easy to use even for a novice like me. I was taking reasonably good photos in full manual mode in no time. I just enjoyed playing around and shooting MANY photos while learing
By Dr. Tim on Adorama - Apr 2, 2013
The Perfect Upgrade to the Nikon D90!
By Docluyan on Adorama - Apr 2, 2013
D7000 an OUTSTANDING Value!
I use my D7000 daily for virtually anything I want to photograph. The video and stills are EXCELLENT. The built in microphone isn't great but whose is? I added a Sennheiser Wireless Lavalier system for interviews and a Rode Shotgun microphone for outdoor
By movieguns on Adorama - Mar 27, 2013
Fast. Love the continuous shot.
By Bitzy on Adorama - Mar 26, 2013
Great product at a great price
User settings (U1/U2) are great! Commander mode for remote flash is excellent! Manuals were lacking to the point where I paid for an iPad app from a third party.
By NJ_Biker on Adorama - Mar 22, 2013
Good midrange body
I've shot this one almost everyday since I bought it and I've had no complaints. This is a great camera for someone that is looking get serious about their photography but doesn't have a lot of money to spend on a pro model body. I really like the Mg Allo
By AMCalmPhotog on Adorama - Mar 19, 2013
Good for daily use
By SDEY on Adorama - Mar 19, 2013
I Love This Camera!
This is a great multi use camera. It works well for enthusiasts, semi-pros, and professionals as well as casual users. I like the quick shutter and the accurate image reproduction. I don't like the lack of a tilt/swivel LCD or the difficulty focusing at l
By Will the Picture Man on Adorama - Mar 8, 2013
I bought this camera after owning the Nikon D40 for 5 years. Super happy with how the features and image quality. I also photograph merchandise for my small business. Can't wait to take it on a vacation!
By meringuedesigns on Adorama - Mar 7, 2013
My first DSLR
This is my first DSLR camera and it has been very easy to learn to use.
By Photo Mom on Adorama - Feb 12, 2013
Anyone ever tell you "Wow, that's a really nice camera?" This is that camera. Even though it's been on the market since 2010, the D7000 remains, in my opinion, one of the top end APS-C DSLR's on the market today. The low-light capabilities of the Sony-man
By Joe in PA on Adorama - Feb 12, 2013
Top of Its Class
If you don't have the money to get into an FX, this camera is a nice compromise.
By Chris on Adorama - Feb 12, 2013
I love this camera. This is my second one...first was left on a plane and not recovered. That was a terrible day.
By toolmankan on Adorama - Feb 7, 2013
Exactly what I wanted
I bought this camera as an upgrade to my old D60 and I must say it is exactly what I was looking for. This camera can do anything.
By Eric on Adorama - Feb 5, 2013
I use this camera for work and entertainment. I find that this camera is easy to use and has many useful functions that I enjoy. I would recommend buying a book on how to access all the available functions on the camera for those who enjoy trying differen
By NA on Adorama - Feb 5, 2013
Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera Body,
Perfect DX body from Nikon stable
By DG on Adorama - Feb 5, 2013
Weight and balance are excellent, image quality outstanding, I' ll be learning the full capabilities of the D7000 for some time. Bought this camera "used" but it looks pristine
By KV on Adorama - Feb 5, 2013
Best Semi Pro Camera on the maket
This Camera is the best of both worlds. Pro style, but at a Consumer price. I had a D40 for years and wanted to get the more out of a Camera. Sadly my D40 bit the dust, so I did alot... of research and the thing I always read was" Put your $$$ in the Lens
By PhotoDavid on Adorama - Feb 5, 2013
Awesome, as usual.
I use it as a macro and action photographer and it suits both purposes well. I particularly like the more substantial feel this camera has, as opposed to the D80 and other models. It fits the heavier lenses better.
By Alex on Adorama - Feb 5, 2013
Very Smart Camera
The auto-functions are amazingly accurate. Auto-focus, auto-exposure, auto white-balance, all are impressive. Technical quality of the images really stands out. The bad news is that it will not make me into Edward Westin. The good news is that it is not g
By John on Adorama - Jan 29, 2013
..... MY FOURTH NIKON....
....retired after 35 yrs shooting...this one will last me through to the end... i use it for everything..........
By ...nikonron difitaldude on Adorama - Jan 29, 2013
This camera was an excellent choice and after reading all the reviews now I know why it has all great reviews. Photo quality is awsome and so many features that are very useful in many differnt conditions.
By NA on Adorama - Jan 29, 2013
very nice upgrade from the D90
By JT on Adorama - Jan 25, 2013
Great Camera, Great Price!
I got this camera as a replacement for my D70S. I like how ergonomically the camera was designed. The controls are in the right spot, and the camera just fits my hand perfectly. The features are true to the Nikon line of cameras, so I was able to pick up
By windward54 on Adorama - Jan 17, 2013
My husband purchased this camera for me as a gift (around Oct 2012). We have two active daughters of which I take LOTS of pictures of. This is my first camera like this, previous one was a point and shoot I could keep in my purse. Having said that, I had
By shanc622 on Adorama - Jan 7, 2013
Nikon knows how to do it right!
This is a great all around camera! It is great in low light settings with minimal noise. You can go anywhere with this camera and come home with pictures you will love! The light meter functions great when in Manual and if you're feeling lazy with a shot
By Jay the Naturist on Adorama - Jan 1, 2013
I was hoping to own a full frame camera because I hate to always have to calculate X1.5 factor, finally I decided to buy this camera instead of D600 because I am an amateur and on budget and very happy with the purchase from Adorama, they shipped quickly
By buenapark888 on Adorama - Dec 24, 2012
Replaced my D90 with the D7000. The image quality is spectacular compared to the D90. Take photos of my daughter playing hockey, all of the images are crystal clear, even with high ISO (6400).
By Steiny on Adorama - Dec 24, 2012
Best camera on the market for beginners.
Excellent autofocus, low light and easy to use menus. Am a beginner and am in love with this camera.
By Smurtaza81 on Adorama - Dec 17, 2012
Great Camera and extras to boot!
I bought this camera since my other Nikon was 6 years old. I am just beginning to use all of the options and i love how easy it is to learn! I would recommend this camera to anyone!
By Maria the Shutterbug on Adorama - Dec 13, 2012
Nikon D7000 WOW!
so many features you my not ever get to use them all. I shoot wildlife and landscapes. this camera is great for that. lets you have control of everything. would buy another in a heartbeat. Haven't found anything yet I don't like about this camera
By Moose on Adorama - Dec 13, 2012
This a lot of camera for the price.
Where to start..... The D7000 is an extremely capable camera. It is superior in almost every way to the D90 which it replaces. High ISO is outstanding for a DX body. FPS, advanced AF and focus points, easy to use, great performance. It is a great camera t
By Taurahe on Adorama - Dec 13, 2012
Good response @ studio, slow buffering....
By dav on Adorama - Dec 9, 2012
2 weeks old and I have oil my sensor
I just bought my D7000 two weeks ago and I have oil on my sensor. I will be contacting adorama for an exchange of a different brand or a refund. I love the camera and the image quality is amazing but, oil on the sensor is unacceptable.
By R on Adorama - Dec 7, 2012
A Great Camera
I use this camera to record things in life that I find beautiful or interesting. I've read many of the reviews and I say "never will everyone be pleased". If you want the best video, buy a dedicated video camera. If you want super pro photos buy a full fr
By Wynnsfalls on Adorama - Nov 23, 2012
Best camera out there for the price
I am actually moving up from a D5000. What a giant jump. Everything a semi-pro or really enthusiastic photographer needs. Great price for what you are getting. My first shot was of the Milky Way and it was the best shot I have ever taken.
By Donnieandsarah on Adorama - Sep 24, 2012
Love This Camera
New to using a camera of this caliber but didn't disappoint in auto sport mode.
By Ashli H on Adorama - Sep 24, 2012
Best camera I've ever used.
I am a trained photographer at work, specializing in low-light and action photography. I've been issued D200 and D300 series cameras, but from all my research, this seemed like the one to beat when I was looking for a personal camera.
By R in VA on Adorama - Sep 22, 2012
I would buy this product again and agai
Wish it had swivel/tilt LCD, but it works great. Very pleased with it.
By David on Adorama - Sep 17, 2012
Beyond My Expectations
This camera is in my opinion a PRO level DSLR but its auto features is PERFECT for any beginner and the manual is easy to understand. Excellent Quality and a Ease to Use. The flash is so powerful I don't need my SB800. Not to mention,I'm even take more pi
By Memories by Calvo on Adorama - Sep 17, 2012
for the money its an awesome rig
By tom on Adorama - Sep 17, 2012
Love it My first nikon was a D3000 this is a big step up I love all the focus points and low light capabilities
By Debbie Frantti on Adorama - Sep 12, 2012
used this camera for a year now. i'm loving it. over 40,000 shutter fires works great
By mike on Adorama - Aug 31, 2012
i have only one gripe the camera body is a bit small for my hands but I bought this for image quality and High ISO capabilities so I am A happy shooter.
By mary on Adorama - Aug 30, 2012
On the Fence
Primarily used for scenic, landscapes, nature, wildlife, birding, environmental, family, pets, social events. ISO is great. Love many of the new features. Finding the 39 PT AF sensor is not useful and don't use it as it causes more problems than it solves
By NikonUserVT on Adorama - Aug 19, 2012
I have nothing bad to say about this camera.
By Leah on Adorama - Aug 10, 2012
Excellent Nikon Product
The D7000 outputs some great images. The 1080 24p video is an excellent feature as well. I wouldn't use the D7000 as my main camera at events or for headshots just because it's a DX format camera. However, as a second/backup camera it's solid.
By Jared C. on Adorama - Aug 8, 2012
Nikon's best value?
The D7000 will be used with a D5100 for outdoor and occasional theater and event photos. These purchases were based on many reviews and years of personal experience with earlier Nikon products. Aside from potential defects in a single received unit, no su
By ET_photog on Adorama - Aug 6, 2012
Terrific effort from Nikon
The D7000 has everything most non-pro -- and even pros -- could ask for. It has been a terrific acquisition.
By NikonneCT on Adorama - Aug 6, 2012
Precise and fast
Wonderful autofocus. Can pick out the intended subject in a stage show and keep in focus even with small depth of field
By Pvladimirovich on Adorama - Aug 6, 2012
On the Fence
I shoot a variety of subjects, birding, environmental, nature, wildlife, landscapes, portraits, social events and occasionally weddings. The D7000 is my 4th Nikon DSLR. I began shooting digital (film before that) with the D40X and still own a D5000 & D90
By VTPerspectives on Adorama - Jul 9, 2012
A DSLR with Great Features
I use this camera in a variety of ways as indicated in the check list above. My favorite subject is nature. There are many great things going for this camera, in my opinion, especially the ability to produce tack sharp images and the ability to customize
By a4str on Adorama - Jul 4, 2012
Probably the Best Crop Sensor DSLR
I use my camera for personal use as well as as studio and portraiture. I used to use the D300s but sold that after using the D7000 for a bit. Now the D7000 is my main camera. I share my personal opinion below: BOTTOMLINE: The D7000 has everything one need
By like2innovate on Adorama - Jul 2, 2012
This is a nice well thought out body. Controls are well organized and easy to use. I have large hands and find it very comfortable, my wife has smallish hands and finds it reasonable comfortable. I bought this with a couple of lenses and shot my neises we
By NoLight on Adorama - Jul 2, 2012
A great upgrade
This is my fourth digital camera and the best so far. There are many features that were not available on the previous cameras. I haven;t taken any video yet but I'm looking forward to doing so on my upcoming trip to AZ and the Grand Canyon. The camera fee
By matooz on Adorama - Jul 2, 2012
Love this camera. The feature set is awesome. Highly recommend it.
By Va1 on Adorama - Jun 25, 2012
Great upgrade from the D90
Purchased as a D90 upgrade, I was surprised at how much faster the D7000 autofocuses and shoots the picture, especially in low light. Though I am just starting to test it, I am anticipating also liking the new video HD and autofocus features. Ultimate goa
By Jakat on Adorama - Jun 25, 2012
Just Buy One
Best compromise between small Nikon DSLRs, which don't have focus motors internally, and big clunky ones that weigh a ton and add little except somewhat better high ISO performance. Who needs all that firepower anyway. Save your money and buy this one. Th
By Old Baba on Adorama - Jun 22, 2012
I liked it so much I have two!!!!
I'm an artist and my gallery shots are awesome with this camera. additionally with a good zoom you can take pictuures anywhere, anytime and anyplace.
By Tadly on Adorama - Jun 18, 2012
i bought this product again
needs some time to learn all the features but when one knows them it is easy to use
By bob on Adorama - Jun 18, 2012
Great DSLR! Excellent image quality!A few (nitpicky) cons:* Battery door a bit flimsy* Flimsy On/Off switch * AF mechanism will definitely require you to pick-up the Manual* Not too crazy about a few ergonomical things, specifically ISO adjustments* Canon
By Tonedefy on Adorama - Jun 4, 2012
Not a replacement for my D300
Decided I probably cannot afford the future upgrade to my beloved D300 (and who knows when?). But really needed a quality 2nd camera so I chose the D7000. And I will keep it! Sometimes it will be my primary camera with the D300 as a backup--and sometimes
By Bob on Adorama - Jun 4, 2012
Great upgrade from D200
I had been using the D200 for several years. The D200 is a great camera but it's high ISO performance is poor. As my kids get older and begin playing sports in dark gyms or under the lights, I found the D200 to be unacceptable. The D7000, which has substa
By williamspatent on Adorama - May 24, 2012
Great buy for the cost
Good upgrade over the D-80. Limited use as it is a recent purchase. Used mostly for wildlife, sports and family photos.
By eef on Adorama - May 24, 2012
I shoot with both the Nikon D7000 and the Canon 5d Mark II and I actually like the shots I get with my Nikon. Yes, the Canon enables me to crop a little more but if you compose correctly, there shouldn't be that much need to crop.
By Almost Over The Hill on Adorama - May 15, 2012
Nikon D 7000 Digital Camera
Used this camera at my niece's indoor wedding/reception and was truly amazed at the high ISO performance indoors. Handheld all my shots and none blurred because of shutter speed due to the inability of the camera's ISO limitations. No noise at high ISO th
By Bill on Adorama - May 14, 2012
Excellent camera, Great value
I purchased two Nikon D7000 as soon as they were available and I've been very pleased with their performance. I use one primarily for still photography and the other for video.
By Bob on Adorama - May 14, 2012
Great battery life, excellent files. Use for street photography mostly.
By M&M on Adorama - May 14, 2012
Great upgrade from the D200
The focusing system is different than the D200 so I'm still trying to figure it out, but it's a very nice upgrade and I believe I will enjoy having it.
By Gail the photographer on Adorama - Apr 24, 2012
Great value, Quality product
I have two D 7000 one which I use primarily for stills and the other for video. I've been very pleased with them.
By Bob on Adorama - Apr 23, 2012
Autofocus is awful!
The backfocus on this camera is so inconsistent that I cant even begin to review the lenses I have tried on the camera.This (Nikon) is worse than the Canon backfocus issues.Very frustrating and the first Nikon I have ever owned that I have trouble with. I
By Dave on Adorama - Apr 23, 2012
I originally bought this camera for my wife to use. I have been interested in doing some video work, which I can't do on my D700, so I "borrowed" it a few times... I discovered it is a fantastic camera for both photo & video! It had me seriously contempla
By eDeevo on Adorama - Apr 20, 2012
Great upgrade from my D50
Awesome body though I can't use the video for Surfing - FPS too slow....
By Stoker on Adorama - Apr 16, 2012
Quite the camera!
My stepson and his GF are film/art majors in college. They both started slobbering over the camera and all it can do. It has been thirty years since i did anything beyond basic point and shoot so there is a lot to relearn. I look forward to the challenge
By nod on Adorama - Apr 16, 2012
If I could only buy 1, THIS WOULD BE IT!
I've owned just about every Nikon DSLR that has come out - for the price vs. features - the D7000 is by FAR the best deal - even including the D3 and D800s that I own. I highly recommend the D7000!
By Photo Guy in AL on Adorama - Apr 16, 2012
Best DX camera available
Great in low light and high ISO. Some noise, but at an acceptable and manageable level. Great weather sealing and rugged construction for a mid-market camera. Incredible battery life. With the battery grip it is a steady and sturdy mount for handheld shot
By Johne on Adorama - Apr 5, 2012
Perfect Camera for me
I wanted to upgrade from the Nikon D80 that I have been using for several years. The Nikon D7000 is perfect for me. The images are beautiful and the colors are more vibrant in my opinion than from the D80. This is a wonderful camera
By Sam on Adorama - Apr 4, 2012
This camera is great. very versatile
By Vinnyvette on Adorama - Mar 26, 2012
No tiff shooting option
It has a loose card hatch and dose not shoot in tiff. I like that it is 16 mega pix.
By gaffer on Adorama - Mar 26, 2012
Great camera with a complete, but complex, set of menus. Once you master the menus it is very intuitive. Way more features than I can use. Excellent quality!
By Zapal on Adorama - Mar 14, 2012
My 3rd & best Nikon!
I've had the vaunted N-90 film camera...then the start-up D-40...and now the D7000 which excels every day1 Thanks, Nikon!
By Gerry on Adorama - Mar 5, 2012
Bad Camera (Back-focusing issues)
Do not buy this camera. I had two cameras one was refurbished one brand new and they both have problems with the focus or back focusing issue. Nikon has ack'd the problem but after two repairs they were not able to fix the problem. All my lenses are origi
By Tome on Adorama - Mar 2, 2012
Nikon D7000 (body)
THE GOOD: Excellent performance for its class; great viewfinder; control locations and operations streamlined over previous Nikon dSLRs; double SDXC-compatible card slots. THE BAD: No 1080/30p video. THE BOTTOM LINE: An excellent dSLR for experienced shooters or Nikon professionals looking for a relatively cheap option, the Nikon D7000 delivers on almost all counts, including the companys best...
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By cnet.com - Nov 30, 2010
Testseek.com has collected 103 expert reviews for Nikon D7000 and the average expert rating is 87 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek.com to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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By testseek.com - Jul 7, 2011
Best Digital Camera
Bestcovery experts have rated the Nikon D7000 SLR Digital Camera as the Best Digital Camera. This product has also been rated as a best pick for the Best Semi-Professional dSLR, Best dSLR Camera, and Best Nikon dSLR. Bestcovery's experts recommend the best products and services for a particular need based on extensive research and evaluations. Click below to see Bestcovery's full review of this...
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By bestcovery.com - Apr 22, 2011
Nikon D7000 | Body only
The Nikon D7000 is a midrange digital SLR released as a successor to the Nikon D90 (08/08). Featured is a new 16.2MP sensor with an Expeed 2 processor for 14-bit processing, which means a better dynamic range; a more sophisticated autofocus system rated between the D90 and D300 in sensitivity; and a viewfinder with 100% scene coverage. But more importantly, the D7000 is the first unit from Nikon...
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By productwiki.com - Mar 23, 2011
DCRP Review: Nikon D7000
The Nikon D7000 is a full-featured midrange digital SLR that should satisfy just about anything enthusiast. It offers solid build quality, very good photo quality, tons of manual controls and custom features, a beautiful LCD, Full HD video recording, and lots of optional accessories. And, there's not much to complain about. The biggest issue I had with the D7000 was that it really loves to...
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By DCResource - Mar 18, 2011
Nikon D7000 review at Camera Labs
The D7000 is a powerful and feature-packed DSLR which once again illustrates Nikon's canny ability to satisfy the desires of both gadget fanatics and traditional photographers. Unlike some rivals which concentrate on the latest gadgets, Nikon never loses sight of what traditional photographers want. So along with 1080p movies, a microphone input, dual memory card slots and autofocusing while...
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By cameralabs.com - Dec 12, 2010
Nikon D7000 Review
The D7000 is a new prosumer DSLR camera from Nikon, blending features from the cheaper D90 and the more expensive D300s and adding some new ideas of its own. Taking on the Canon EOS 60D, the D7000 is the first Nikon DSLR camera to offer continuous auto-focus during video recording, and the first to feature a 16 megapixel DX image sensor. Read our expert Nikon D7000 Review to find out if it's the...
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By photographyblog.com - Nov 15, 2010
Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Review
The street price may seem a little high when compared to that of the D300s, but many may find this a better choice overall due to the lighter weight, automatic assistance on offer and even the in camera editing functions, which are amongst the most comprehensive Ive seen. For me the D7000 fills a gap in Nikons line-up that many photographers, especially many who frequent this site fall into.
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By ephotozine.com - Nov 3, 2010
Nikon D7000 Review
The Nikon D7000 digital SLR is a refinement of the already superb D90, a redesign that maintains a small, nimble body while improving nearly every major internal aspect. Its 16.2-megapixel sensor and Expeed 2 processor conspire to output quality images at all ISO settings, from 100 to 25,600, cranking those images out at up to six frames per second. The Nikon D7000's 3-inch LCD sports 921,000...
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