Reliable, fast, easy to use, high quality, great pictures AND batteries last a LONG time.
FIllC "FillC", Amazon
5 April 2014
Summary: Operates as if it has a mind of its own and that mind was made by an expert photographer. I have been in photography for decades and used all kinds of cameras and this thing is a pure joy to use. I can only say good things about it. It is a triumph of engineering and human factors design.
Summary: This camera takes exceptional photos, I chose this model over the newer D3200 just for the additional photo taking features rather than the new user features. Kit lens is great for beginners and takes decent photos.
Summary: We are complete amateur photographers. We bought this to take great pictures of our new baby. It has millions of features we have no idea how to use...we just set it on Auto and went to town! The battery has lasted forever (we keep the screen off most of the time).
Excerpt: This is my second time using Adorama and both times have been great. Everything they ship comes packaged very well. I really like the D7000, but I think I'm going to get the battery grip as the body a little small for me.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD
Summary: I did not give a 5 star because the picture does not match what is actually sent. Please read the production description to ensure you understand what you are getting. The tripod is not something that I would use for this camera and the scandisk are not what you see in the image.
Summary: If you haven't upgraded to full-frame lenses but need a new camera body, this (or the D7100) is the choice.
Pros: • High build quality (magnesium alloy, as opposed to plastic), feels "right" (hard to describe good build quality, but you know it when you see it) • Good value for "low level professional" camera (cheaper than D300S at the time of this post, has more features) • Dual SD card slots can expand the...
Cons: • Slow buffer (it goes 6 frames per second, but only for a second or two in raw--it has to write to the card before it will let you take more photos) As I don't do sports photography (at least for a living), this does not matter to me • Crop sensor--for a few hundred dollars more, you can get a f...