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.
Excerpt: Already owning a D700 and a D300, I couldn't justify a D7000. Due to having a co-worker with a D7000 at a newspaper I did part-time work for, I got a close look at how it's image qualty, especially in low light, is far superior to the D300.
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD
Summary: If you look carefully through the DSLR offer from all major brands, there are very few things that might make you buy a different one than the D7000. You might say it's a subjective point of view, but since I've been shooting film too (with the great F5) and has my share of digital compact...
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.
Excerpt: I wanted to upgrade from an older Nikon and this was a great value. It is body only (no need of duplicate lenses) and it is a big jump from my D60. I am learning all the features and which ones I need for the pictures I take.
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance
Excerpt: I am an amateur photographer and recently sold my Nikon D5000 so I could move up to a body with more external controls. This seemed like the logical move as I can't see paying so much more for a stereo microphone and megapixels I'd never use in the 7100. The price point is hard to beat.
Pros: Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD, Quiet