Nikon D7000

Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I really like the idea of having a fast tele for outdoors portraits/people shots for additional subject isolation. The problem is i'm always on a tight budget and even if i wasn't i'd rather stay at max 300 euros for any lens I get since it's mostly a hobby.Can you suggest me what would be the fast tele lens that I might hunt for used. Anything used/vintage/thirdparty goes as long as it works on D7000, i'd like to see what are my options, what could i look for that won't cross the 300e limit,...
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My walkaround lens is Nikon 18-200VR lens for D7000.Nikon NC filter is always attached to protect the lens.For outdoor photography, I attach a polarizer filter (Marumi EXUS CPL) to the NC filter.My question is whether I should remove the NC filter before attaching the CPL.I thought that attachment of  two filters (NC and CPL) to a lens might degrade the quality of pictures.   Please advise me.
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On my D300, D800, and D7000, I have always used the Fn button to temporarily change the metering mode (usually from Matrix) to Spot. This way I can use Matrix metering for most shots but quickly change to spot metering when the situation calls for it. Unless I'm missing something, the only way I can change the metering mode on the D7100 is to use the button/dial on the top of the camera. Not only does this force me to take my eye off the viewfinder (since the mode is not indicated in the...
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Hi everyone, just recently I noticed that my portraits and closeups coming from my D7000 weren't as in focus as the ones from my D5100. This was really noticeable when shooting at 2.8 and down to 1.8 where i'd put the focus point on the my dog's eye and his collar/neck area ends up more in focus. Now i'm not fully sure it isn't user error, but I did set up both cameras exactly the same with regards to all settings  including af settings for my other tests. With the d7000 mounted on a tripod,...
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Off to Namibia and Botswana with my trusty D800 for a few weeks soon. Also taking a D7000 as backup. Have my telephoto options sorted (70mm upwards) but I can't make up my mind on my normal and wide angle options. Can't afford any new gear at this point, so from my existing kit, I'm thinking one of the following combinations: 1. Nikon 14-24mm + Nikon 50mm 2. Nikon 24-120mm + Samyang 14mm Conscious of weight and bag space, so don't really want to take both the zooms if I can help it. I guess...
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Is there a lens adapter that I can use my Nikon DSLR lens on Canon DSLR bodies. I am using a D7000 Nikon and friend has a 50 Canon for sale at a reasonable price as it would be nice to have a two camera set up. --WGC
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Hi I don't know which DSLR to get d7000 or d5300? i will be using for a lot of things Portrait Landscape Plane Spotting nature Wildlife etcc. can you please help me decide which one to get i won't be printing any pictures This will be my first dslr Thanks
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During this Fourth of July, I took many pictures with D7000 in the Rocky Mountain National Park.I used either 18-200 VR or 70-300VR with or without Hoya CP filter. I checked that lenses are pretty clean before taking pictures. Among about 300 pictures taken there, a dozen of pictures have a white streak (see orange double arrows in the pictures). This streak occurred randomly. What is your opinion about this streak? Any suggestion to avoid it? The following pictures were taken with 18-200 VR...
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Here's a weird one. Ssytem is Nikon D7000 with both SB600 and SB700 Speedlites. When the strobes are on the hotshoe, they work wonderfully. When I put them onto a 622N in remote or pass through mode, they fire before the shutter is open. When I try to get them to trigger in manual, same thing happens. When I try to trigger them remotely either using a 622N as the transmitter coupled with the same unit as the receiver or use a 622N-TX, the same problem occurs.I've contacted the vendors and...
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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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