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Nikon D7000

Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I bought a D7000 body used, and a Nikon strap all my research indicated was compatible with it. I'm quite sure it is; the problem is that neither the camera nor the strap came with the rings necessary to attach the strap to the camera! And I can't find the D-rings it supposedly requires online... Can anyone enlighten me on where I can buy the rings I need? Or, failing that, if another type of ring will work with the cloth-end Nikon strap (what kind? specifics please :))? OR: if there is some...
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I am seriously considering buying a Godox Witstro AD360 (& battery). I would be using this with a Nikon D7000 with the possibility of buying one (or even two more AD360s in the future). I would be using the AD360 outside so HSS would be very useful. I am hoping someone can clarify which triggers I need to achieve HSS & also control more than one AD360. I understand the Godox Cells II I-TTl Nikon is needed for HSS but do I need one Cells II attached to the camera & one attached to the flash? I...
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Shooting sports at night will produce different colors in the same burst... One pic real green, one pic reddish/brown; any suggestions?  D-7000 with Nikon 80-200 F/2.8 Auto ISO (ISO 5000) 1/1000 - F/2.8
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Hi, I have a Sigma 70-300 F4-5.6 D APO which I am using on my D7000, is there much improvement if I went to a Tamron SP 70-300mm f4-5.6 Di or Nikkor AF-S 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Thanks
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Hello, I'm planning to get an used D600 for about $900 after 2 weeks with a D7000 which was returned due to defective AF. Base on the information on the internet (mostly user reviews on Amazon) I think the problem with D600 shutter mechanism splatting oil and debris is as well known as the D7000's inconsistent AF system. Can anyone experienced with this D600 share some insights? do you have any idea how popular this issue is, or only some earlier batches are faulty and the latter are not?...
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I suspect there have been similar questions in this and other forums, but I didn't see one in a casual search (cue someone who post 9 links to exactly that, so forgive me in advance).  I have been a Nikon person for most of my life.  My first pictures were taken with my father's Nikon S (how I wish I still had that camera).  He got me a Nikon SLR and I've stayed with Nikon for years.  My current SLR is a Nikon D7000 and I have several lenses for it (primes, kit lenses and 3rd party) and two...
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Hi All, I have Nikon D80 together with Nikkor 18-200 VR (first edition), Tamron 17-50 2.8 XR Di II SP and SB 600 flash. I'm happy with the pictures quality except usable ISO which is IMO around 800 for this camera. When it comes to the photo print size I don't go over A4 or 8x10. I would rather avoid replacing body and lenses. On the other side I heard that camera with more megapixels require better lenses. That is why I wonder if you can recommend me a body replacement that would be...
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Heading for Monument  Valley ,  which is  on the Arizona /Utah border and I wanted to know if anyone has been there and could give me some advice  on photographing this place and what to watch out for. I have a  Nikon D7000 and a Nikon 18-300mm lens ( second version) thanks Lowell
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I upgraded from a D7000 to D750 and absolutely love the improved results of the D750. This is especially true since I shoot a lot of nighttime high school sports requiring high ISO. The only thing I miss is the extra reach of the DX D7000 due to the 1.5x crop factor. This extra reach was helpful on football, soccer, and lacrosse fields when using my Sigma FX 2.8 120-300mm zoom lens.  I've actually thought of buying another D7000 or one of the upgrades just to take advantage of the crop factor...
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Can someone recommend a good photography book that would help me "get to the next level"?   I'm not looking to turn professional, just how to get a little more out of my equipment (Nikon D7200). Ideally I would like a book geared towards my D7200 (or D7100, D7000 similar etc.) Thanks
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