Nikon D7000

Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I recently bought a D7000 camera manufactured my NIKON ; I took it to the beach and took some photos after some time I needed to change the lens of the camera, and changed it there after that the noise in the photos seems to be increased ; is there a solution for this or will it be permanent
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I found this lens on sale and i'm wondering if it will fit and what will work on D7000 or D40 and if anyone can tell me anything about it's optical characteristics. Here is the link with pictures of lens: http://www.kupujemprodajem.com/tamron-70-22omm-4-nikon-bajonet-15121220-oglas.htm?filter_id=5838849 --http://500px.com/PetarMaksimovic
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Hi I am a Pentax shooter, trying to help a friend who suspects AF misalignment in his D7000+Sigma 18-250. I am quite experienced in using the AF fine tuning menu of several Pentax DSLR's. It always works extremely well, saving individual tuning value for each lense. I know the D7000 has a similar method, but not sure about the warning message in the manual: "AF tuning is not recommended in most situations and may interfere with normal focus; Use only when required" What is the real meaning of...
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I shot photos last evening with my D7000, 35.0mm 1.8 lens @ 1/60sec, f1.8, ISO 3200. I am very disapointed by the amount of noise. What could I have done different? I did not want to use flash because I was doing photographing a family all evening in a photo-journalistic style and flash would have been intrusive.
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Hello guys!I have some questions.I have Nikon D7000 and want to start using m42 lenses. I will buy Takumar SMC 1.4 50mm soon.At the moment i'm looking for Nikon M42 adapter and I know that it needs to have the glass that allows focusing to infinity.I also heard for AF Confirm chip that comes with some M42 adapters. My question is, do I need m42 adapter with AF Confirm chip and what does it do? I will be using m42 lenses for filming. I don't know if I should get adapter with glass only or...
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So im refining my future plans in regards to my gear setup. I currently have a GX7 which I really like but the more I shoot the more I enjoy using flash. This leads me to lower and lower ISO, which at the moment im limited to 125. I would like to be able to shoot even lower, even if it means having multiple cameras/systems that each have specific uses. So my question is, which apsc or smaller sensor cameras currently in production (I would also include others like D7000, a77, 60D) offer the...
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Hey Guys, I was planning on buying a nikon D7000, which sells for a price of about $800 (body-only) where I live. The thing is, this would be my first DSLR, and the max amount which i can invest is $1400.I recently checked with the store, and they told me that the camera along with the 18 - 105mm Lens is available for $900. Just $100 more! I have seen a lot of reviews saying the lens isn't that good, but for the price, shouldn't I take it? I will buy the nikon 85mm f1.8 alongwith with this as...
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I am very happy with D7000.  But I often get noise in outdoor pictures even at  around ISO 400.   It seems there are factors other than high ISO which cause noise.  Could someone advise me how to minimize  noise?
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Hi,Currently I own a D7000 and my girlfriend has my old D5100. We have only my old two lenses: a nikon 18-55 vr and a nikon 50 1.8We're both starting in photography and though we both love the 50mm I've found we sometime fight over the more versatile 18-55 as the 50mm (a 75 equivalent on our cameras) is somewhat limited in too many situations.I'm looking to buy another lens of similar quality so that we can then have our own "kit" lens (we'll fight over the 50mm I guess).I've found the...
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I've got a couple of items on order. Samsung EX2F and a 52mm extension barrel to fit 52mm filters and lenses in front of the fixed lens on the camera. A knurled ring is removed from the base of the lens and the barrel is screwed in place. It permits the use of 52mm threaded filters and lenses. I am ready to order this kit this...
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