Summary: I don't know if later firmware upgrades have fixed the video issues with this camera, but the one I received mid-December had a huge problem of getting stuck (bright) pixels while shooting video in low-light.
Summary: Until yesterday the price of this Product was reflecting as Rs. 54140/- & today while I was about to place an order to buy it, the price had suddenly shot up to Rs. 63000/- which is quite disappointing.
Summary: Flipkart delivery was awesome. Thumbs up for Flipkart. Photos turned out top notch. Brilliant speed, well detailed pics. But video is thoroughly disgusting. Fully lit conditions, with proper natural nightin and artificial lighting, wtill has bad video quality. thoroughly disappointed.
Summary: I really wanted to like this camera, but the horrible grip let it down. Holding it in the shop I could tell that I'd have hand cramp and wrist pain in no time carrying it around. My old D5000 on the other hand is very comfortable to hold.
Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera Body Only (16.2MP) 3 inch LCD
Andrew Brooks, Amazon
7 April 2013
Summary: This particular product I purchased from Warehouse Deals, the camera is not focusing sharply and images are soft and not sharp as my other DSLR cameras I own for the same operational settings selected.
Summary: After saving up and looking forward to getting this camera for so long, I'm extremely disappointed to have to send it back to Amazon. When it arrived, I was immediately suspicious that it had already been out of the box and used - crumpled packaging and suspicious grubby bubble wrap around the...
Be aware that D7000's have front/back focusing issues.
D. OFlynn "Shoshin", Amazon
12 January 2013
Summary: I've owned my D7000 for about 10 months now. I have a variety of professional and semi-pro lenses, prior to this I have owned a D200 and D80 and on an occasional shoots I will hire a D3, D3x, D700 etc.
The magic, the madness the D7000 back focus nightmare
Mr Baz, Amazon
8 November 2012
Summary: In many ways an easy camera to add to your buy list. The D7000 has just about everything you could want in a DSLR, at a yes please price. However extended use reveals some serious flaws, and leaves you with a very much dampened view of the camera.