Excerpt: I recently upgraded from a D5100 body to a D7000 body. I had some initial reservations about whether the extra features were worth the extra cost. For me, the verdict is now clear -- it is worth it.The main reason is that I want to grow in my technical understanding of photography. The D5100 is a very good camera, but I wanted more control to take my photos from very good to great.
Pros: Easy To Use, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD, Long battery life
Summary: Had very little experience with any manual modes on a DSLR (fear of moving away from Auto mode.. :) ) Went through a lot of reviews before deciding to get one instead of the D5200. Its been a month since I have got it and the biggest reasons/features that made me go with this choice were : - Always better to have more than less : There were some people who mentioned this camera to be a mid level camera.
Summary: This Nikon D7000 kit is great for someone just getting into photography as well as the more experienced user. The lenses offered in this kit are a great mix for the beginner. The 50mm prime is great, while the 70-300 is the older lens w/o VR it will still turn out good pictures and the camera itself gives the beginner a lot of room for growth. All the items in the kit arrived in new condition.
Summary: I have just started using this camera, and if you want just a point and shoot I would suggest a smaller camera. They still give excellent photo quality. If you want to go further then this or even the bit older is good for this. I keep my cameras for a while so I got the newer version.
Summary: Nikon has high quality pictures its depend on how high the grade of camera , I think Nikon d7000 is good enough for people who love phot ograpy,fun and fashion and Nikon d7000 has good features, size and good price for me
Excerpt: Purchased this refurbished d7000 as a recommendation from Ken Rockwell's website and because I've wanted to upgrade from my old d70s for a while. Everything is included in the package as if it were brand new and the camera itself looked immaculate. Unfortunately after only two hours of use at an event I was attending over the weekend my fairly new lens stopped autofocusing, though I never had an issue within the previous 9 months using my Sigma 18-200mm lens.
Pros: Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: I may have been a bit skeptical buying my first factory refurbished camera body but after two previous experiences, it's the only way to go. You can save as much as 10% and still get a great warranty. Can't tell the difference between Nikon refurbished and brand new!
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD