Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera with 18-105mm VR Lens Kit (16.2MP) 3 inch LCD

May 5, 2015 - Comment

Product Features 16.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor High ISO (100-6400) light sensitivity – extendable up to 25600 EXPEED 2: Nikon’s advanced image processing engine Twin SD card slots: SDXC compatible Razor-sharp 39-point AF system

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Product Features

  • 16.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor
  • High ISO (100-6400) light sensitivity – extendable up to 25600
  • EXPEED 2: Nikon’s advanced image processing engine
  • Twin SD card slots: SDXC compatible
  • Razor-sharp 39-point AF system

Comments

D. Kong says:

Fantastic powerhouse of a camera, just missed the mark for me. I have been monitoring this camera for several months and read every review going. When Nikon announced their cash back, I jumped at the chance and I am delighted.I am not a professional photographer, so my review comes from an enthusiast point of view having come from a D3100. Incidentally, I am keeping my D3100 because I cannot bear to part with it. I have several lenses to pair with my D7000 including a 35 f1.8G, 85 1.8G, 55-300 VR and the main lens which I use which is a 17-55mm.Look and feelAfter becoming so used to the D3100 lightweight body, the D7000 seems much bulkier but in a good way. It feels good in the hand and paired with the equally tank-like 17-55mm it has some weight behind it. Moving from the D3100 to D7000 was easy as the controls are familiar. I used to like having the ISO/Aperture/Shutter Speed information in the live view so getting used to this on the small panel at the top right took some time however now I think this is great and…

Piston Broke "Piston Broke" says:

Auto focus function takes some practise I owned a D200 for many years and loved the simplicity of it. The D7000 is the obvious upgrade to the D200 (or similar cameras) if you don’t have the budget for something like a D3. Although the body is slightly smaller, the functionality of the D7000 is much the same as the D200 but they’ve tampered with the autofocus, and made it TOO automatic. With a bit of practise you get used to it, but this is a classic case of “If it ain’t broke, why fix it?”. They also took off the sync connector-why? That’s plain daft. They’ve also added a nasty Canon style mode dial on the top left. Some nice touches, though – having 2 card slots and being able to store the raw file on one, and the jpeg on the other is great. Makes it much easier to sort out the crap shots in post-production. The slightly bigger screen is helpful, and the pixel count of 16mp helps when enlarging pics. Good general build quality-the metal parts of the body makes it heavier than the plastic Canons, but it feels very robust…

Mohan Kumar says:

could not expect more 0

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