Product Reviews (75)
It is Nikon's Best DX Format Camera!!!
Great Camera! Perhaps Nikon's Best, even as a DX Format Camera
By MLuigi on Adorama - Mar 26, 2013
I recently bought it for my weekend trip to las vegas and disney. I was very satisfied with performance of camera under low light. I used 50 mm f 1.8 prime lens which was just perfect with this for portraits.
By SAGI on Adorama - Jan 3, 2013
excellent all around camera
i use this for everything color is great ...video a little hard to use but after you learn how its wonderful...my last nikon was d80 and this is so much better
By bobbio on Adorama - Dec 24, 2012
I wanted a digital camera to replace my 35 mm Chinon camera that I used to take some great photos with. There is going to be a fairly steep learning curve for me but I look forward to learning about the advanced features of this camera. I have used this c
By Sraven on Adorama - Sep 25, 2012
Nikon D7000 Kit
Crutchfield has collected 8 user reviews for this product with an average rating of 5.0 out of 5 stars. The most recent reviewer said, "It is a great camera with tons of features, close to buying a D700. Worth the money!"
By on Crutchfield.com - Aug 8, 2012
Exclent producto 5 starts out of 5
Things are great, easy to use a great performance Are not great: a littler heavy
By Sebanoguera on Adorama - May 24, 2012
So far I am doing wildlife and landscape shots. I am very impressed with the D7000. The 18-105mm DX lens works great for landscapes.
By Jen on Adorama - Jul 30, 2013
Excellent Customer Service
Recently purchased a Nikon camera. The online service rep was wonderful...very patient, knowledgeable and detailed. Camera is a great camera. Pictures are sharp and I love the recording video feature.
By Teenola on Adorama - Jul 6, 2013
I baught this and use it when i travelled to yellow stone. The camara is good and image is beautiful. Although the shipment is 2 days later, but the adorama help me updagte from 3 days to 2 dAYs.
By Lu on Adorama - Jun 22, 2013
Bought the D7000 a year ago w/the 18-200 mm lens and have had plenty of photo opportunities: dance recitals, travel, lacrosse events, birthday parties, etc. The issue I'm having recently is that the pictures are out of focus; although camera indicates oth
By Queenofsheba on Adorama - Jun 21, 2013
Heavy Camera, No Memory Card Incld.
Be sure to buy a memory card when you buy this camera or you won't be able to use it. It's not included. This is a heavy camera. May not be suitable for some. I can't further review as I have not used it.
By Nikonowner on Adorama - Jun 18, 2013
Be sure to buy a memory card
I just bought my D7000 so I can't much about it yet. I can't use it! It seems they sell them without memory cards which are need in order to take the pictures. How dumb is this? I spoke to Nikon about and they said they do not include memory cards with th
By Novice Photographer on Adorama - Jun 10, 2013
very good .
very good and easy to use..
By tom on Adorama - Jun 4, 2013
This camera is the best I've owned. I haven't had any problems with it! Exactly what I wanted, expected, and received!
By kai on Adorama - May 24, 2013
What a Bargain!
This camera is as good as it gets in DX format. I do mostly product photography with no massively high pixel count for printing requirements and the D7000 provides every control I need including commander system for supplementary lighting. Great camera.
By Riverside on Adorama - May 21, 2013
A Great Step Up
I will be traveling to Europe for the first time and wanted to upgrade the image quality of my photo opportunities. I have a Nikon D50 but it is only 6.1 MP. I liked the D7000 because it increased the quality to 16 MP and still works well with my D50 lens
By Larry on Adorama - May 21, 2013
This camera is AMAZING! I am a student photographer and updated my D40 to this one and have absolutely NO regrets! I wanted a camera that I could take complete control of (Manual all the way) and this camera offers amazing control. And also has an awesome
By Aly on Adorama - Apr 24, 2013
The Nikon D7000 is a great camera. THis is my first DSLR, and it has been easy to pick it up and take great pictures. I love to go hiking and take outdoor landscape pictures. This camera does that very well. The included lens is a great general purpose le
By john on Adorama - Apr 6, 2013
Great option.Complete and versatile.
The kit providea an excellent option for most uses. Lens has limitations in low light, but could not expect or ask for more for the price.
By Luis on Adorama - Jun 21, 2012
Excellent Camera for photos, still experimenting with video.
By Ed N on Adorama - May 19, 2012
The all purpose camera
I'm not an expert but I love taking pictures. I am learning as I go but having the D7000 bundle is a big advantage. The 18-105 lense meets most of my needs because I can capture close ups and short distances.
By Foom Zoom on Adorama - May 17, 2012
Able to get both posed pictures and real life shots...all are great.
By Mak on Adorama - May 7, 2012
Great combo, good value.
Works very well for gardening photos, and also for granddaughter's soccer games.
By clb on Adorama - Apr 30, 2012
Still learning setting but Awesome Pics
I just switched from a D40X to this very exciting D7000. The two biggest reason I switch was to get more vibrant photos and get a camera with faster shutter response. My first batch of photos are better than before but I still need to play with the settin
By Man of Chicago on Adorama - Apr 18, 2012
Fantastic piece of equipment
This camera was well worth the wait
By WheaZy on Adorama - Apr 16, 2012
Not Happy At All,
My earlier review needs to be update. Less than two months after the warranty was up the camera died on me while taking pictures in the mountains of NC. Err message on top LCD panel. Nothing would clear it and camera would not work, period. Back and forth
By Ed on Adorama - Mar 3, 2012
Great camera but...
This camera is loaded with upgrades over the D90 but for the most part they weren't all that useful to me. 16 mp is not much different from 12mp. 3D tracking is slow and can't stay locked on to anything moving faster than a brisk walking pace. Two white b
By Alta Imagery on Adorama - Feb 28, 2012
After spending an insane amount of time looking at cameras, reading reviews online, asking anyone who knows photography, we decided on the D7000 camera for my very first camera. Rather daunting, but not an impossible camera to start with. If this is your
By Cresent on Adorama - Feb 20, 2012
The best camera I ever had
I had a D80, this has all i wanted to my old one.
By orobledo on Adorama - Feb 6, 2012
What a great camera
I had a D80, this is the best change for it
By Orobledo on Adorama - Jan 30, 2012
Absolutely fabulous camera!
Love, love the clarity! Have a Nikon FA, loved it but this is amazing. Works with my old lenses too!
By BellaJink on Adorama - Jan 16, 2012
Top Notch Camera
This is a top notch camera. You use the vast array of manual functions or bypass it all for quick, easy, high quality shots. It's the only camera you would ever need.
By Jacob on Adorama - Jan 9, 2012
By DC on Adorama - Jan 9, 2012
Alot to learn about it!
Went from a point and shoot to this camera. Have alot to learn about it.
By LG on Adorama - Jan 4, 2012
Great camera, great service
Moved up from a D 70 to D 7000 what a difference, great camera
By Roelof on Adorama - Jan 2, 2012
What a Camera...
After getting this camera set up and tested I am very pleased with it. It will do what you need it to do. I travel quite a bit and most of my photography will end up in books, magazines, newspapers, in brochures, sales literature or on the web. This is th
By Timothy on Adorama - Jan 2, 2012
Rock on Nikon
This camera is awesome. I will use it for all occasions. I call this a pro camera with a low price tag. Of course some day i would love to even touch a D3x, but this will put me on the right path. I graduated from a Canon Rebel XT. The Nikon D7000 is ligh
By Ruffey on Adorama - Dec 26, 2011
I love this camera
By Raj on Adorama - Dec 19, 2011
Just buy it!
Decided to upgrade from a Nikon D60. GREAT camera! The 16 meg is fantistic with great resolution, especially in low light and cropping!
By bamnkam on Adorama - Dec 13, 2011
It is an excellent camera with the price you paid. One advantage of this camera (compare to my previous camera D90) is that has high ISO and can shoot in low light environment.
By Tuu 2 the enthusiast on Adorama - Dec 5, 2011
This camera is wonderful for the money. We liked it so much we added some more and now use these at all of our weddings and events. It's light, focuses fast and the low light image quality is good. For someone stepping into a mid-range DSLR I don't think
By Elapid on Adorama - Dec 5, 2011
I bought this for my wife and we both have been toying with it since it arrived. We'll use it for just about everything we want to take pictures of. Dogs, us, trips, family, and friends.
By Travis Harper on Adorama - Dec 5, 2011
Love this camera!!
I love this - I am a beginner slr user but I love the manual functions and that is why I got his vs the 5100. The night shots are even crisper and changing modes are a synch
By Akshumom on Adorama - Nov 28, 2011
Returned Not Stisified
This camera looks to be well built and designed MY issues terrible focus problems more noise than i expected hopefully the new 7100 will reslve those problems.
By ghamden on Adorama - Nov 28, 2011
Love it , Love it Love it!!!
I use this everyday in my photography business. I shoot outdoor shots of nature and wildlife. The D7000 camera is great because it is light and easy to use. It seems to fit smaller hands better than the other brands I looked at.I have not found anything t
By pysphotography on Adorama - Nov 15, 2011
Very versatile and easy to use. It might look intimidating, but easy to navigate around. Takes great video and I appreciate the additional memory card slot. I was hoping it would be bigger though. It's a bit small in my hands and is a bit lighter than exp
By MarFor on Adorama - Nov 3, 2011
I have been very favorably impressed with this camera from Nikon. It is heavier than my D90, which makes a small difference when I am carrying it on a long trail hike. Image quality is incredible! Exposure is almost always perfect. Autofocus is fast, and
By Ed on Adorama - Oct 18, 2011
Oh my [*] this camera is sick
This camera is so awesome, the pictures are perfect, the camera is loaded with so many features it will take years to learn.
By steve-o on Adorama - Oct 17, 2011
great in a corporate envirnment. always ready. outstanding images. i love this camera.
By dode0369 on Adorama - Oct 10, 2011
Upgraded from D90
I used to shoot film years ago with some great cameras, but Kodachrome got too expensive. A couple of years ago I saw a friend's D40, got very interested in cameras again and bought a D90. A truly tremendous camera. But... I had several AIS lenses from my
By Pictureted on Adorama - Oct 3, 2011
Amazing Camera Fantastic Value
I use this camera as a primary one in my bag for weddings, events and personal use. It is simply the best camera I have ever shot with. Fast, sharp, clear, flexible settings, simply a fantastic camera. You can not go wrong with the Nikon quality and the p
By sherlock21 on Adorama - Sep 26, 2011
Upgraded from D90
I bought the D90 when it first came out and still feel it is one of the best cameras I've ever used, particularly when price is considered. I didn't have any issues with the D90, but wanted to more easily use some of the AIS lenses I'd owned for years. Th
By Pictureted on Adorama - Sep 7, 2011
Great, Fast and Best bang for your buck!
Very Fast and great in low light!
By PHP on Adorama - Sep 7, 2011
I bought this kit to buy the Camera. I've been shooting with a D90 since it was introduced, but wanted the enhanced feature set of the D7000, particularly the ability to meter AIS lenses (I've got several from my F3HP days). Indeed it has more features th
By Pictureted on Adorama - Sep 4, 2011
This is weighted perfectly for my smaller hands. Chose it over a Canon specifically for the feel.
By Tickles on Adorama - Sep 4, 2011
D7000 is in Nikon Repair for Auto focusing completely shut down. The on/off switch was constantly sticking, hard to turn on or off and then there was a slight delay in shutting down, I do expect Nikon to repair it properly (HOPE), and get it back to me qu
By Hong Kong Jim on Adorama - Sep 4, 2011
May be the best Nikon ever.
I have used every Nikon mader over the last 25 years and this one may be the best yet. I say this because when I compare a camera I look at the prices verses the performance. There are more expensive Nikon cameras but in comparison to the D7000 they aren
By MSW on Adorama - Apr 21, 2011
The autofocus is very fast along with very short shutter lag time. Image quality is excellent. In short this is a fantastic value for the money. If your lens is not up to standard, the image quality will show with the resolution of this sensor in this cam
By Ed on Adorama - Apr 15, 2011
Wonderful, as expected
I upgraded from a Nikon D40. I love the Camera, it's fantastic.
By Ellen on Adorama - Mar 8, 2011
Nikon does it again!
If you are debating buying this camera and are researching here is my advise. Just stop reading and buy this camera. My copy is remarkable in every way. Fast auto focus, durable, and awesome controls. I am also getting better exposures due to the higher d
By jkingsphoto on Adorama - Feb 17, 2011
This is my first Nikon DSLR camera. I am very satisfied with it. The build quality is superb. The image quality is outstanding, even with the 18-105mm kit lens. I classify myself as a casual photographer and so this camera is plenty to serve my purposes.
By Casual photographer (DT) on Adorama - Feb 7, 2011
Nikon D7000 w/18-105mmVR Lens
My last camera was a Nikon D40x, a lightweight, small camera. The D7000 is bigger and heavier, but I think I'll like it simply because I like the solid feel in my hands when shooting. I shoot mostly outdoors - nature, scenic and wildlife - and the D7000 i
By ragbag56 on Adorama - Feb 6, 2011
I changed my D200 for this one with a little concern of getting a lower quality body. In terms of build quality this may be true but just by a little, altough you are getting a lighter body. In terms of performance this is not true at all, is faster and h
By mrlion on Adorama - Jan 24, 2011
I WOULD BUY THIS CAMERA AGAIN
HAVE ONLY SHOT 100 FRAMES OR SO. I AM IMPRESSED SO FAR. I THINK THIS IS GREAT CAMERA FOR COST.
By I-DOC on Adorama - Jan 22, 2011
Felt dinky in my hands and unbalanced with longer lenses. Seemed like a step down from the FA, F100 and D200 that I own and have enjoyed for many years. Already have an 18-200 lens [...]D200 still taking great pix so I decided to [...] wait for the D400 t
By AJ on Adorama - Jan 14, 2011
Ready, set, whoa!
I am enthusiastic about getting to know this product. It has so much to offer and that will take some time.
By Jane Darling on Adorama - Jan 14, 2011
Feels like my old D80, but much better
Nikon D80 owner, my wife loved the camera. I upgraded to full-frame Nikon D700. I loved it but my wife wouldn't touch it. Too heavy, too expensive. So much better in low light situations vs. the D80 due to the sensor. Now here comes the D7000. I had to se
By jb29 on Adorama - Jan 12, 2011
Nikon D7000 (with 18-105mm lens)
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
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By testseek.com - Jul 7, 2011
Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera
With full 1080p resolution, quality lenses, and excellent light sensitivity, Nikon's D7000 is an HDSLR that will make video enthusiasts seriously think twice about going back to a standard camcorder ever again.
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By videomaker.com - May 1, 2011
Nikon D7000 | w/ 18-105mm
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 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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