Nikon D7000

Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello guys, i just upgraded my D90 to a D7000, while adjusting the menus to my convenience i noticed that a feature i have on my D90 seem to be lacking from the D7000. In AF-S mode while turning the dial to set the focus points mode desired the only two options are: 1) single center focus point selected with no other surrounding it. 2) AUTO - no selected focus point but rather the camera itself decides where the focus should be. In my old D90 has those two options but with them comes another...
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Hi guys! First post here, but I've been looking around the forums for a while. Just wondering, would a crop frame lens such as the Sigma 10-20mm on a Sony a7R with adaptor, perform just as well as it would on a Nikon D7000 with a crop frame sensor? Thanks!
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Our team has been shooting a D300s for years and never had an issue with rear focusing. Recently purchased the 7100 {as a back-up for primary, assistant & 2nd photographer} as any issues the 7000 had were supposedly corrected..  Not so - Have now sent back the second body to Nikon.  One image is in focus, the other is not.  50% of the shots are either out of focus or soft. Primary shoots 100,000 + images a year so experience not an issue. Thoughts from anyone who has had the same...
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I understand when there was the D2x and the D300 why the differentiation between "pro" and "non-pro" DX cameras. But since 2010 there have been cameras like the D5200 and D7000 that were far better cameras than these "pro" DX cameras in almost every respect. I had the D2x, D3, D300 and all their predecessors, and now have the D800e and the D7100 cameras. The IQ from the D7100 surpasses all of these DX cameras by a wide margin. It produces images at ISO 3200 that compare well to those from...
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By: Owlsu (1 week ago)
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Hi, I'm new to this forum but have browsed a lot in the past when reading the wealth of information on here. I currently have a bit of a problem that I'd really like some help with - I've got about £380 to spend on a DSLR body -and- lens together, preferably second-hand from eBay and I'm also preferably looking at Canon or Nikon. About 4 years ago I bought a Nikon D40 which I liked a lot but didn't like the small viewfinder, lack of self-cleaning sensor, low FPS for wildlife photography,...
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Seems like a foolish question, eh? But there are three things which are tempting me to go Nikon 1. I also own a D7000 2. The price is 80$ less than the native FE mount, and this is much more than a dumb adapter (25$ or so) 3. Resale of Nikon mount is going to be much higher So if I go Nikon mount, are there any disadvantages you can tell. --TanveerMy galleries - http://tanveer.smugmug.com,My photography page on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TanveersPhotography
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I've  been using a  nikon 1 V1 (with wide angle lens) to videotape indoor basketball with reasonable success. But I have only occasionally been able to capture reasonably satisfactory stills, in well-lit gyms only, with this camera when using the N1 18.5 1.8 prime.  The camera serves most of my needs otherwise. I'm wondering whether I might be able to cobble together a kit that I could use specifically for this purpose: still pictures of basketball action in dingy gyms (as so many are). To...
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Wow, the XE1 at Amazon body only is $469!   Even the old nikon D7000 is still way higher at $700+ I wonder how much money it actually costs to make a body like that.  It doesn't look like is much, but when someone does buy a brand new model at full price, there is a BIG profit for Fuji?
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I used D3S and now D4S, but a situation often bother me. I often shoot sport and animal theme using thumb pushing the AF-ON with 51 points 3D tracking AF-C, then firing the sutter release with my index finger when I find the right moment. My thumb won't leave the AF-ON even after continous shots, so I can keep tracking on the subject and wait another right moment. I suppost this to be a common usage of D3/D4 series, to seperate the autofocusing and shutter release in different buttons. Here...
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Should one get a D7000 and  the 35mmf/1.8 and the 18-140 to get good pictures : or should one get the D7100 with 18-140 to get good pictures in low light settings and good light settings? ?
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