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£542 inc. £100 Cashback. The Nikon D7000 is a 16.2 megapixel digital SLR camera that is packed full of high-end imaging technology. The newly developed CMOS sensor and Expeed 2 image processor deliver lifelike images with vivid colours, reduced noise and smooth tonal gradations, and because the sensor is DX format it's compatible with the full range of Nikon's lenses. Showing its professional roots, the D7000 offers dual SD card slots for enhanced shooting flexibility and a razor-sharp 39-point autofocus system, making the Nikon D7000 an ideal camera for wildlife and sports photographers. If the 6 frame-per-second shooting rate isn't fast enough, the D7000 also offers full 1920x1080 HD movie recording. Robust enough to withstand most situations and light enough to go anywhere, the Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera is a natural choice if photography is your passion. More
8 April 2011 - It may be small, but the D7000 packs a very powerful punch and as I write this, pretty much stands as the best DX DSLR to roll out of the Nikon factory to date. Despite the size and lower spec, I’ve found it actually compliments the mighty D3s (yes, really) as a second body quite well and I’ve enjoyed shooting with it not only at home in the UK but as far afield as the freezing valleys of Yellowstone National Park in winter. Let’s have a look…
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By Marc B
I bought this camera as an upgrade to my entry level d3100. Everything suddenly got easier and quicker to use as every important setting ISO, Exp compensation, white balance etc has its own dedicated button, when previously I had to navigate and fiddle through menus. the D7000 is slightly larger in size than the the D3100 which makes it more comfortable in hand and with faster continuous frame rates, duel card slots and a host of extra features to fully customise the way you capture photographs. At its current price point this camera is a BARGAIN.
Great Camera - thoroughly recommended
By late developer
I have ticked 'easy to use' and that applies if you already have a Nikon DSLR and are upgrading. For beginners I would advise buying a book to help get used to it. I bought Darrell Young's book and found it a great way to get to know my new camera. I use it mainly for landscape, family memories and travel. I love the facilities the camera has to offer.
I love my Nikon cameras
a great nikon camera
Worth Every Penny!
About Me Semi-pro Photographer
The D7000 feels like a professional camera body eventhough it is DX format and not full frame. The size of the body suits me as it's not too bulky or heavy to hold yet with the weather sealing it feels more professional in hand.I could go on and list all the great things about this camera but I'd be sitting here all day. Brilliant camera at a great price - just buy it!
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
from West Yorkshire
About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast
This is a an upgrade on a D90 for me and is proving to be a very good choice. The extra focus points and a faster autofocus are a real improvement on the D90. The camera has a better build quality than the D90, but still remains light enough to accompany me on the many miles I walk with it. The photos I have taken with it so far have been excellent and are distinguishably better than the D90, which is in itself a great camera. The 16.2 megapixels give me more flexibility with cropping over the 12 of the D90 which is a further bonus. I haven't used the high ISO settings yet but they are impressive on paper. The ability to save camera settings on the U1 and U2 modes saves me having to enter my settings every time I change what I am shooting. The controls are very similar to the D90 and I assume other Nikon cameras, so it was easy to adapt to it and get up and running. It is difficult to see how Nikon can improve on this camera.
(0 of 9 customers found this review helpful)
By I jones
The goods.High isoGood video qualityGood automatic functionGood walk around cameraThe bad .A bit Flimsy builtThe White balance and the Iso functions are hard to get at when using manual modeI rather my Nikon D300 any day for easy manual use also the built quality
(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)
Impressive camera. Not so impressive QA
My first upgrade since the redoubtable D70, this body does not disappoint. Packed with features - the new Nikon 16.2Mp sensor gives impressive resolution, even at low light with up to ISO 25,600 available.Physical build is reassuring - it feels solid thanks to the magnesium allow body and thicker rubber grips than some models. The metering system gets it right 95% of the time, and with a pentaprism, the viewfinder image is brighter than the D3100 or D5000. Now for the vaunted new AF system..... Both contrast detection (CD) and phase detection (PD) AF systems are an improvement on the D90 generation. The PDAF system uses 39 points which can be custom selected by the user or various clumps of AF points used. AF-S for static shots, and AF-C for moving targets are impressive. There is a range of shutter release options depending on focus status to allow either fast action photogarphy, or more patient use which requires good focus before the shutter is released. You choose your preference.CDAF used in live view, and video modes is more accurate but slower and less configurable. Speaking of live view, the D7000 offers 1080p full HD capture with more or less full manual control. AF during recording is an improvement on the desperate video performance of the D90. In fact, the CDAF can focus on a specific point in the viewfinder, can auto-detect faces, and can even track a moving target around the image keeping focus..Movie quality is pretty good at 24 fps 1080p. The usual caveats apply to sound quality via the internal microphone - if you want to hear the lens zooming or focusing, then you'll be pleased. If not, you might want to invest in an external Mic.There's a weird sort of bug where the camera records movies at the aperture which it was set at when you entered live view. This is fine as long as you metered and aren't planning to change anything, though frankly, what kind of a movie would THAT be, I wonder? If you physically change the aperture via the control dial, despite reading a totally different exposure setting, the camera will not be recording at that exposure, until you exit and re-enter live view mode. Go figure.....!I've not mentioned the impressive dynamic range, the large set of features (including the mostly useless scene modes - why do manufacturers put these on fairly high end enthusiast cameras???), Active D-Lighting etc.now for my big gripe - the body I received worked fine, apart from the AF being horrendously miscalibrated. In fact, I'd guess that it wasn't calibrated at all, but just built without proper QA. Clearly, this is a big issue for the D7000, as you can find from a quick internet search. My model is with Nikon servicing within a month of purchase to sort this out, and I am expecting it to be perfect on return otherwise there will be trouble.... It sadddens me that a company like Nikon would release so many products which have not been properly calibrated, as it would be easy for users to get frustrated at not being able to secure sharp focus no matter which lens or technique is used.Overall - good camera, good handling, good quality images, good features, good build. With newer models released, you might find this for a good price, but be prepared to have to go through warranty repairs in order to have a body which focuses accurately as it should.
A wonderful camera
I upgraded from a D3100, itself a very good camera, after nearly 2 years, as I wanted to have a little more control. The D7000 has got everything I had read about and quite a few (actually, quite a lot) more things besides. I wouldn't recommend it to a beginner, despite the Auto setting, unless you're prepared to read (a lot). But for those with a very good grasp of the basics, this is serious camera, with serious potential - great quality pictures, great features and great build quality (it's also noticeably heavier than the D3100). I use it paired with the Nikon 16-85mm most of the time and find the combination really good. Performance with both the 50mm 1.4 and 35mm 1.8 is exceptional. One word of warning - don't be disappointed if you don't get great shots to start with, upgrades can expose (no pun intended) shortcomings in technique or knowledge (or memory!). To get the best out of this baby you do need to practice, but it IS worth it.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Would buy this again in a flash
Upgrading from D90.If you have done your research you will know theres a lot about cameras back focusing. Well it is true, after two outings (which really put me in a sticky situation) all my pics from this camera were out of focus[...]the only inconvenience was that I had so few pics from two big events.I don't shoot at 6fps as the buffer just does not clear fast enough and I did miss a number of pictures. If speed is important, I'd have a go with the d300s as well and make your own decisions. I will just learn to live within these limitations.Otherwise, a super camera, great in the hands, feels solid. Metering is much better than the d90, along with dynamic range and noise handling above 1600 iso is noticeably better.Would defiantly buy the nikon battery grip as it helps balance with bigger lenses and flash gunsAF is a huge improvement, with it keeping up (all be it focusing behind) with fast jets and birds alike.Would have given it 5 stars if the buffer was faster, and I had not had back focusing issues.
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