Nikon D7000

Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I have been using this lens with D7000 for a while.  Recently i noticed that at 18mm, i have to pull the lens out instead of turning it clockwise.  Once at 24 mm i can turn it. And yes the lens is not locked at 18 but it behaves as if it is and the only way is to pull it out.  Is this normal operation?
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I just made $700 last week shooting some content for my brother. I decided the best thing I could do is invest it towards a proper FX body. I found that Adorama is selling refurbished D610 for $1099. After researching my options I pulled the trigger. I did play around with the D750. To get the best deal it would have cost $2500 with the 24-120mm. I am waiting for the camera to arrive. Should have it Wed-Thurs. I was wondering if I could get suggestions on glass that I should consider. Here...
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When i try to shoot using slower shutter speeds the image gets overexposed. The exposure meter is always towards the left. I use a 50mm lens and have tried all the aperture ranges from f1.8-f22 and ISO from 100-8000. Every time the picture gets overexposed. This is when I try to capture a waterfalls for that creamy fall effect. But when i try to capture those light streaks from vehicles on road its coming good.  I once rented a Canon 5d mark iii and while using that i tried some slow...
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Hi,  I was just robbed at a recent trip in Chile and lost my D7000. I still have one lens with me, a prime 50mm 1.8. I am not a professional and like to shoot almost everything that catches my attention, from architecture to landscape, my kids... My question is, should I upgrade to a D610 and go full frame or should I buy the new D7200? Thanks to all!
Jakk55
By: Jakk55 (1 week ago)
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Looking for some advice on a Ball Head to purchase. Currently shooting a Nikon D7000 with either the 18-140mm kit lens or a 50mm 1.8D, however a Tokina 11-16mm is probably in my future, and would be used in conjunction with the tripod and ball head often. The heaviest combo would be with the Tokina and would only come to about 3lbs. My current set of legs is a Gitzo G1058 which I got for a few dollars at a Goodwill, but was lacking a head. Looking for something fairly multipurpose; Portraits,...
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I have a d7000 and I thought there was a way when looking through the view finder to move the focus point instead of focus/ recompose?
Zaymelc
By: Zaymelc (1 week ago)
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Just began taking photography in a serious level. I don't know much about computers ... does anyone has a suggestion on which computer, preferable laptop, I should buy to support my photography. I tried to use LR 5 and onOne on my old...old...laptop but after so much frustration I realized I need a good new one.  I have a Nikon D7000 which eventually I'm planning to upgrade but computer comes first ...help please.
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So after shooting with a friend's Olympus mirrorless, I have decided to get rid of my d7000 and get a Sony a6000.  Looking through the studio comparison and reading reviews.  Does anyone know any reason I shouldn't do this? Some reason I won't be happy?
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Hi, I am a novice is wildlife, I want to buy my first telephoto with my humble D7000. Main intention is bird and animals please suggest which one is good. Leaving the price factor aside I shortlisted Tamron 150-600mm and AFS NIKKOR 80-400mm. I am planning Serengetti next month hence quick guidance will help me. Regards, Sahasrangshu www.flickr.com/csahasrangshu
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I have the bug to upgrade from my Nikon D7000. Most of what I photograph with a DSLR  is birds, though certainly I take other kinds of photos, as well. I have considered shelling out for a D750 to take the plunge into full frame. I have a lot of FX compatible lenses collected over the years, so I would not immediately have to start mortgaging my house to buy more. But the reality is that much of what I would be doing is taking bird photos. DX provides more reach, so I likely would be using...
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