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Nikon D7000
7.6 out of 10

Nikon D7000

Nikon D7000 The Nikon D7000 is a digital SLR with 16.2 mill Read more

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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

About
20 March 2015
  • Summary: A replacement for Nikon's D90 has been expected for quite some time, but many people will be surprised by how many specifications the D7000 shares with its semi-pro cousin, the D300s. As it stands, the D7000 sits somewhere between these other two cameras, both of which are still current models.
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Nikon D7000

consumersearch.com
15 February 2014
  • Conclusion: The Nikon D7000 packs professional-grade features at a reasonable price. Reviewers call this a serious camera, suitable for the dedicated enthusiast or beginners who want to learn the trade.
  • Pros: Great image quality, even in low light, Dual memory card slots, Weather-sealed, partly metal shell
  • Cons: Some blown highlights in tests, Focusing noise shows up on movies, Controls are awkward for some
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Overall 8
8.4

Nikon D7000 – Review

Review guidelines
6 January 2014
  • Excerpt: The Nikon D7000 is a digital camera that is exactly half-way between the entry-level SLR and those devoted to photography enthusiasts looking for something more advanced. It integrates a number of features and technologies that make it a very interesting product.
  • Pros: Image quality, The new DX CMOS image sensor, ISO sensitivity, Ergonomics.
  • Cons: High Cost
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D7000 Review

By Thom
10 January 2013
  • Excerpt: small fixes: 12/20/2010 minor additions: 2/10/2011 Complete Guide: 2/17/2011 update: 10/12/2012 Nikon D7000 Review Nikon Rolls Another Lucky 7... Add a comment or send Thom feedback on this article. Update: a few things have changed since the D7000 first appeared.
  • Pros: At ISOs of 800 or under and exposures faster than a 1/3 second, a D7000 should never hot pixel under normal temperature conditions. If it does, Nikon will remap the pixel for you., At ISOs above 800 and exposures in the 1/4 second to one second range, you might see a hot pixel or two, especially ...
  • Cons: At ISOs of 800 or under and exposures faster than a 1/3 second, a D7000 should never hot pixel under normal temperature conditions. If it does, Nikon will remap the pixel for you., At ISOs above 800 and exposures in the 1/4 second to one second range, you might see a hot pixel or two, especially ...
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Expert Review

Kickstartnews
16 March 2012
  • Excerpt: The Nikon D7000 is a mid-size, digital single lens reflex (DSLR) still camera with a full high-definition video subsystem, bright viewfinder, one-button live view, full manual control, full auto operation if you choose, dual & configurable SD card slots, a built-in pop-up flash, weather resistant...
  • Pros: The Nikon D7000 is quite a camera. Gorgeous 1920 x 1080 24fps video in either MOV or H.264 format, that is clean and slick. Nikon jumped into professional quality video recording with the D3s and all of Nikon's considerable resources were brought to bear on making the technology, technical qualit...
  • Cons: The early manufacturing runs of D7000 bodies had shooting mode dials which moved far too easily. Nikon seems to have tightened up the dial tolerance sometime during 2011, so the dial on cameras in more recent shipments no longer moves so unexpectedly, or indeed any more than similar dials on comp...
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Overall 10
10

Nikon D7000 Review

maximum pc
8 August 2011
  • Excerpt: Nikon built the D7000 using a partial magnesium shell (top and bottom) with dust and weather seals. It feels slightly less balanced in the hand than Canon's D60, but this is a minor inconvenience that most shooters won't notice.
  • Pros: 39 focus points; impressive low-light performance; dual SD slots
  • Cons: Mode dial moves too easily; could be better balanced
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Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera Reviewed

Videomaker
9 July 2011
  • Summary: 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.
  • Pros: Shallow DOF, Quick switching between audio and video mode, Excellent build and external controls, Built-in intervalometer for timelapses
  • Cons: No audio meters or headphone jack, Slow autofocus in movie mode, Autofocus and memory card noise with built in microphone
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Overall 9
9.0

Nikon D7000 Review

yooip.com
2 July 2011
  • Summary: Generally, digital camera producers usually adhere to a well-defined upgrade direction and it is usually obvious which style is intended to be changed by a new one. With the statement of the D7000 Nikon has - to a stage - damaged with this style.
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Nikon D7000: DX Format, 16.2 MP, And HD Video

Shutterbug
1 July 2011
  • Excerpt: Feeling very much in hand like a pro camera, with magnesium alloy top and rear body construction, the Nikon D7000 (list: $1199, body only) has all the bells and whistles of a modern D-SLR, including a high megapixel count CMOS sensor, a new image processor to handle all the data it can capture,...
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

DP Review
30 June 2011
  • Summary: The D7000 produces great image quality and feels very responsive in most shooting situations. It shines, especially in low light. From a specification point of view, a 16.2 MP resolution sensor, 6 frames per second continuous shooting, 1080p Full HD video, and an abundance of customization options...
  • Pros: Good detail and dynamic range (even better in RAW), Exceptionally low shadow noise in RAW files, Arguably the best high ISO performance of any current APS-C DSLR, Good build quality and handling, Maximum ISO of 25,600 st full resolution, 1080p HD video mode with basic editing built-in, Efficient ...
  • Cons: Tendency to overexpose in bright sunshine/high contrast situations, ISO button is poorly positioned, and cannot be assigned to any other control point., Ditto white balance: poorly positioned, cannot be re-assigned, Exposure mode dial slightly loose, and easily knocked, Shooting mode dial can be ...
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