Nikon D7000

Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello all! I'm new to these forums but not all that new to photography - about 10 years, but only really serious over the last 5 or so (since the release of the d7000).Over this time I have improved a lot and I'm looking to purchase another camera body to compliment/replace the d7000. Although I photograph a wide variety of subject matter, I tend to focus quite a lot on portraits and weddings. This brings me to a question that I know has been asked a lot - should I upgrade to the d7100 or the...
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A little sanity check here for my sake. I'm sure opinions will be highly varied but I respect those opinions on this site. The following is a little wordy, but bear with me. I found, finally, a used D750, on Amazon. It is  Nikon USA model - not a grey market import. I called Nikon and confirmed this. It was shipped to Adorama in Sept 2014. In all of my searches this has been the only one I came across that was a Nikon US unit. This camera sold for about the same price as a new Grey market...
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Currently I'm using Nikon D750 just upgrade from D7000. I have already 3 lens, afs 16-35 f/4 VR, afs 85mm f/1.8G and afs 35mm f/1.8 DX which is not so useful with my new D750. And I am planning to sell my afs 35mm f/1.8 DX and replace to afs 50mm f/1.8G which has the same purpose as a standard lens. But some of my friends suggests me not to buy afs 50mm f/1.8G because I have focal length covered from 16-35mm and 85mm. And suggest me to buy a speedlite SB910 instead of afs 50mm f/1.8G. So what...
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I have a D7000 and the only two things that regularly bother me are: 1. Generally poor low light performance with high noise even at 1200 ISO 2. Frustrating focus speed. I do have some issues with the DOF issues, but that is third on the list, but not a deal breaker. The Df would clearly be great for the ISO issues. So would the 750, I know, but Df would be great. Does the Df focus quickly and responsively at a level close to the 750, or would it be more like the D7000, or in between? My main...
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Hello All, I have a D7000 and tried Remote Mirror up mode for the first time. When I press the remote, the flash fires, when I press it again, the camera focuses and the flash fires again, capturing the image. I'm not able to understand why does the flash fires twice in this mode? Also, if I try to work around this issue by setting "Exposure Delay" to ON combined with "Quick Release Remote", the flash still fires twice. It fires twice within just a second, so the actual capture flash is...
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Regardless of prices, what is the most silent Nikon camera body/shutter of all? What about other brands? Here's the deal, I shoot concerts where extreme silence is required. Even the quite mode on my D7000 is too loud that the sound makes heads turn shushing me most of the times. Help? --hi http://www.natheerhalawani.comblog at http://dustywyndow.blogspot.com
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I'm currently in Johannesburg and the organisation I'm working for has asked me to film their Africa Day celebration - which will take place in one of Joburg's townships and take the form of a solidarity walk followed by a cultural festival. I am keen to do it but while, I am an experienced stills photographer, I have very little video experience (rectifying this is one of the reasons I'm keen to do this project). With this in mind, I'm hoping that you can let me know if you think I can pull...
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Sorry if this has been asked before. I'm asking for my nephew, who's looking to upgrade from a point & shoot. (Full disclosure: I shoot Pentax, K3 to be exact, but I do like Nikon stuff.) He wants to do wildlife/birding with it; he's a marine biology major at school Galveston. I suggested a third-party lens, e.g., the Sigma 150-500 or the Tamron 150-600, for the long stuff. For the body, I suggested a more entry-level camera, e.g., the D5500, D5300, or even D5200. (I guess the D5xxx series...
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Hello I recently received a D7200 and carried out some checks before using it for ‘mission critical’ work. Unfortunately comparing it to a D7000 shows a worrying softness in the pictures. For background, I am a reasonably experienced photographer and the tests were carried out with great care (sturdy tripod, focus in live view, remote control with mirror lockup, VR off, manual mode with identical settings, saved as raw and edited in LR6 with identical sharpening). As you can see below, the...
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Hi, I've never owned a DSLR before but I wondered if $850 US (about $1050 AUS) is a good deal for a D7000 with about 4500 shutter actuations on it plus a Nikkor DX 18-200mm VRII lense + Kenko UV filter, Nikkor DX 35mm 1.8f prime lense + Hoya UV filter. They look to be in mint condition in my limited experience. Any advice will be appreciated Thanks
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