Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi Guys, Am looking to upgrade to a more serious SLR from my existing D5000 and have shortlisted D7000 or D7100. Have read both the reviews here and find one major difference in terms of better image quality of 7100 at higher ISOs. Please suggest and help me in choosing the same. P.S: am more inclined towards 7000 due to price, but 7100 is a more latest model :(
I have at last come to the conclusion that after months of hankering after the D7000 and being really pleased with the results, the size and bulk of the thing have taken their toll. After reading amazing reviews of the X100 and X10 and 20 i think this is the direction i will go now,I'm selling the Nikon gear and hopefully will have around £650- 700 to spend.I love the idea of the x100 but ultimately think i would miss the zoom at some point but it does seem the iq is incredible ,which for me...
I just brought home the Nikon D800 a week ago and have been thoroughly disappointed in the battery life. In about 20 shots a full battery was already depleted to about 80%. I turned off the camera by the next day, the battery was completely dead despite being off. I used to be able to get approx. 1,200 shots easy on my D7000 before I felt the need to charge the battery - I could last a weekend trip on one battery easy. The D800 gets about 200-350 before wiping out. I shoot weddings and have...
All, I am looking for an economical option to view pictures as they are taken on my D7000. I have tried an EyeFi card and it was dissapointing. I got the card when they first came out so they might have improved since then... The issue I have with the cards is partially with the software. I always feel like I need to reconnect to the wifi network it puts out and the connection is so slow that I have to shoot the smallest JPEG possible to that slot... (RAW slot 1 and eyefi slot 2 JPEG S...
I recently got a D7000 but don't have a lot of time with it yet so please excuse my question for which I'm sure there's a very simple answer. I can't figure out what the determining factor is that allows you to move the red focus rectangle up/down/left/right when you digitally zoom in during live view. Sometimes I can move the box which is what I want...other times pressing the directional pad doesn't move the box, zoomed in or not. What am I missing?