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.
Excerpt: I purchased this camera to replace my D5100 and have not used it much, but so far I have been very disappointed in its focusing performance. Like others have mentioned, almost all the photos are soft and not very crisp and sharp. I photograph a lot of animals, particularly birds and most often use the single point focus. The D5100 has a single point red indicator which makes it easier to focus on the eye of the subject and get many crisp and sharp photos.
Excerpt: Purchased this refurbished d7000 as a recommendation from Ken Rockwell's website and because I've wanted to upgrade from my old d70s for a while. Everything is included in the package as if it were brand new and the camera itself looked immaculate. Unfortunately after only two hours of use at an event I was attending over the weekend my fairly new lens stopped autofocusing, though I never had an issue within the previous 9 months using my Sigma 18-200mm lens.
Pros: Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: I have started with Nikon with a D5000. When D7000 came out I jumped on it, I wanted more from a camera. I loved the feel and the set up of the camera. Downfall, pictures rarely came out focused. My 50mm 1.4 was the worst on the camera. I would focus and the camera would focus on something else in to the left background. I kept thinking it was me having a learning curve. I struggled with the camera for a year and 1/2.
Excerpt: This is my second review of this camera, I've been shooting this camera since it came out, my opinion has changed. The D7000 has a couple problems. I recommend avoiding this model. If either the camera or the subject are in motion you wont get the shot. The autofocus is terrible. Also this camera gets oil on the sensor. I wish I could afford to replace this camera. It really limits what I can shoot and increases my photoshop time tremendously.
Excerpt: I love the 2 SD slot and I love the 6 frame per sec. I bought the first one and used it a lot. After the first few months, it would say It didn't have a SD card in it after I had taken 400 pictures. It would not shut off either. I had to remove the battery and then it would "fix' it for a while. I exchanged it for another. It started to do the same thing while I was shooting pictures for a gala event.
Excerpt: Purchased this refurbished Nikon D7000. It arrived well ahead of what I expected. When I tried it with my 50mm Nikon lens it would not focus. I tried the same lens on my existing D3000 and the same object and it focused without an issue. The shutter count on the D7000 was 5137, I thought it was too high. Sending it back for exchange. Very disappointed right now with Nikon Refurb.
Summary: Many reviews about the D7000 report a focus problem with SOME of the cameras. I thought it might be user error or inexperience, consulted with friends who own the same model and was assured theirs were perfect (and they are). I decided to ignore the issue and ordered one. From the first shot the camera would not lock on the spot I focused on and I got soft photos lacking detail. No change in settings nor AF micro adjustments resolved the problem.
Excerpt: Almost everything you could want in a camera bar the ability to take sharp in focus shots. Great body comfy well built, good on body controls and feel in the hand. Excellent specification overall and has almost everything you could want in a DSLR including a 100% viewfinder. Sensor is excellent as is the jpeg engine which you can use with ease even in lower light without worrying. Buffer is a bit small for this class of camera, but probably ok if you are shooting jpegs.