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.
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.
Excerpt: I purchased a " REFURBISHED " D7000 body to backup my D600. This D7000 is a very HOT camera and is EQUAL in features to the FX D600 body. I actually shoot MORE with the D7000 then I do with the D600. I love the way you can FINE TUNE lens focus for several lenses and SAVE the settings on the camera as well as the QUIET Shutter release feature while shooting nature etc. The D7000 has HIGH ISO with great detail quality.
Pros: Able To Fine Tune Focus, Dx Features Equal Fx, Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD, Quiet
Excerpt: I use the D7000 for travel and landscape most of the time. The D7000 is a great camera. I was moving up from a Nikon D40X 10.2 MP. Caneta Camera had the rfurbished Nikon D7000 camera & 18 to 105 VR lens at a great price with a one year Cameta Camera Warranty. I have been using it for about 3 months now & it looks like it is new and works flawlessly. Don't be afraid to buy refurbished.
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, Large Clear LCD, Quiet
Excerpt: Transitioned to the D7000 from the D3100 because I wanted to experiment with HDR. I have not been disappointed! Right out of the box, I shot pics of the sunsets in Sedona, Arizona and the rust of abandoned trucks in Jerome, Arizona. Went on to shoot farms, barns, and silos in the midwest. Shot a landscape mural for a museum that was enlarged to 8 x 20 feet. Using a Nikon 18x200mm lens, the resolution was amazing.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD, Tilt /Swivel LCD
Summary: Nikon D7000 16.2MP DX-Format CMOS Digital SLR with 3.0-Inch LCD (Body Only) This is the first time I ever write a review . I'am very Happy with the delivery & everything was package great, the only thing that got me upset was when I went to the Nikon website to registered the products that I received.
Summary: I'm a semi pro photographer in a third world country with low budget, but some kind of a talent :) for almost 6 years i had my old good pal the nikon d40, i mastered it and from some time ago i found so many flaws in it .. it even started jeopardizing my work by not working properly, not shutting quick and all.. so i decided to get another camera, i was so eager to get a d700, d300 or d600..