Summary: I don't care what any review says. I owned this and then traded up for the D7100. Worst mistake. The D7100 is grainy (yes yes, b/c they removed the anti-alias to make things sharper. Grainy is NOT sharper, it's just grainy.). The D7000 is smooth and beautiful. I miss the D7000 every single day. Easier to use too. Better setup, better dials, better everything. Sure the D7100 has better specs et al, but in real life the D7000 is fantastic. I am a professional photographer.
Summary: The camera came with all that was described. The listing is for a made for USA Nikon d7000, when registering the camera it was flagged as a grey market camera. Nikons site states that they will not warranty or service any grey market cameras. The camera came with no warranty paper work. I recently purchased a D7100 from a reputable dealer and the camera and lens came with Nikon USA warranty cards for everything.
Great Camera, Much better than D5200 if you plan to move on with your photography
13 January 2014
Summary: I bought this camera in this thanks giving, I had a very hard time comparing it to Nikon D5200 if you are reading this review then probably you are comparing them both as well, specially that D5300 is now released as well. first of all I have to say that all three cameras deliver extremely high quality images and work with same types of lenses.
Summary: I love this camera. Haven't got a single problem. It is for those who want to move a level up from amateur photography. I had D5100 before this and used it for some 5 months but then I lost it. :( and got this one.