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Nikon D7000

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

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Nikon D7000 preliminary Review

10 July 2011
  • Excerpt: Quote: "The D7000 sits above the D90 in Nikon's current lineup, and as befits its new position in the range, the D7000 combines elements of the D90 with elements of the D300S - Nikon's current APS-C flagship. The most obvious physical clue to its new position is a magnesium alloy body shell, which up to now has been reserved for Nikon's top-end APS-C and full frame cameras.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

DP Review
10 July 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 16.3 MP resolution sensor, 6 frames per second continuous shooting, 1080p full-HD video and an abundance of customization options place this camera at the upper end of the mid-range segment of the market.
  • 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 Active D-Lighting, Comprehensive customization options, Large, bright viewfinder with 100% coverage, Fast contrast detect Auto Focus in Live View, Useful electronic horizon, C...
  • 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 awkward to manipulate, AF can be hesitant in poor light, Auto ISO function is confusing and poorly implemented (but no worse than any other Nikon DSLR), Aperture not adjustabl...
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Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera Reviewed

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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Nikon D7000: DX Format, 16.2 MP, And HD Video

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, including 14-bit NEF, a high ISO 6400 “normal” (expandable two stops), and the currently requisite 1080p HD movie capability.
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New Gear: Nikon D7000 DSLR

Pop Photo
20 June 2011
  • Excerpt: Just a few weeks after Canon dropped their EOS 60D on us, Nikon fires back with their new 16.2 megapixel DX-format DSLR.
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Overall 10
Value for money 8
Features 10
Performance 10

Nikon D7000

12 June 2011
  • Summary: Verdict:The Nikon D7000 is a top-notch enthusiast-aimed SLR. It offers great overall image quality and is built like a tank.
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Overall 8

Nikon D7000 DSLR Review

24 May 2011
  • Conclusion: The D7000 is a great camera with terrific features, but it’s priced in an uneasy position compared to pro cameras and cheaper amateur DSLRs.
  • Pros: Shoots full 1080p HD video. 6fps continuous shooting. Rugged design.
  • Cons: Pricey for an enthusiast camera. Slow autofocus in Live View. Overexposure in some shots.
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Middleweight Contender

Gear Patrol
23 May 2011
  • Excerpt: The all-new Nikon D7000 ($1,499 18-105mm VR lens kit) has landed, muscles fully flexed. A gladiator in the hot mid-range digital SLR battle, the D7000 has the Canon EOS 60D set directly in its viewfinder, undoubtedly pleasing Nikon shooters with delight. A 16.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, new 39-point autofocus system, 100% viewfinder, 1080p 24fps (720p 30fps) HD video capture with continuous auto-focus, ISO 100-6400 extendable to 25600, dual SD card slots, 6 fps burst mode,...
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Overall 9

Digital Photo Review: Nikon D7000 DSLR

6 May 2011
  • Excerpt: (1 items) With the release of the D7000 , Nikon created a new category in its broad DSLR line. At $1200 (body only), the D7000 offers a mid-range alternative to the higher end D300s, and the slightly-long-in-the-tooth but more affordable D90 (released in 2008). A full complement of advanced and automatic features, new 16 megapixel CMOS sensor, new 3D color matrix metering, good low-light performance, full 1080p HD video, full-time autofocus in video and Live View, along...
  • Pros: Outstanding still image quality, Sealed against weather and dust, Above average low light/high ISO performance, Dual SD/SDHC/SDXC card slots, Autofocus in video and Live View modes, Very good video quality
  • Cons: New Nikon DLSR users may be frustrated by learning curve of more advanced features, Full-time autofocus in Video and Live View modes not ready for prime time, Bracket button positioned too close to flash pop-up button, Function button difficult to access
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Overall 8

Nikon D7000 [Review]

Digital Photography School
11 April 2011
  • Excerpt: Nikon describes this DX model as a “professional-standard camera” … not a professional camera. One giveaway is the onboard flash cell: pros look askance when they see this (IMHO) useful feature. So it’s not pro and its not raw amateur. But it beats me why the company could not have installed a vari-angle LCD screen as many lesser cameras possess. Damn useful for newbies and ‘knowbies’.
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