Nikon D7000

Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I recently purchased a used 80-200mm 2.8D. I am using it with my D7000. I noticed pictures looked a little soft. The REALLY weird thing is if I use live view the pictures come out very sharp. I adjusted the fine tune to -20 and that helped. Pictures are almost as sharp as live view shots. Has anybody tried this combo? Does this sound like a problem with the lens? Since the pictures are coming out sharp in live view I believe the issue is on the camera side and perhaps this lens has a...
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Hello ladies and gentlemen, My father who shoots with a D300 asked me some questions regarding the banding subject on the D7100 and the new camera that just came out. I told him I really don't know much about it, I've only seen and read what some have shown about these cameras having banding in certain situations. Basically, what is it that has changed since the D7000? Why banding all of the sudden? Well, I know the D7100 was the first with the Toshiba sensor. But the D7200 also has banding,...
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I am really hoping you all can help me work this out. I have two cameras my first is a D3100 and recently just bought a D7000 which I'm still getting use to. The problem I am having is I am getting a glow around the main subjects. It's usually purple but today I got both a green and purple. The main thing that is common between the two cameras is the lens. I know it's not a great lens and may be the whole issue aside from operator error. It's a Tamron 75-300 very basic non cpu lens. I have to...
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I am Nikon user,i have D7000 and sigma 70-200 f2.8 and 17.50mm f28 and 2 Yungnuo flashes. i am planning to buy fullframe camera. My question is i want buy d810, before 5d mark3 is with same price. But now 5dmark 3 is reduced the price and giving some bundle(printer and LR5,bag, etc) that comes around $2500.I am in confusion which one to buy. So please help me. --SK
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Hi, I just bought the Nikon 24-70 F.28 ED, combined with a D7000 and have noticed if I shoot a landscape at infinity the image is not sharp. I then tried manual focus on a tripod, MUP, f.9, f.11 and f.14 and the images are still out of focus. If I don't use infinity and focus in on something closer in the foreground then the image is sharp as a tack. Any suggestions as to what it may be? The lens, the camera or the slightly uneducated photographer....or all of the above ;)
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I’ve been a lurker on DPreview for years now – this is my 1 posting/question – I have a shutter speed problem and hope someone on the list can help me. I have a Nikon D7000 which I have been very pleased with. I have shot Manual 99% of the time since I purchased the D7000 about 3-4 years ago – I had another Nikon Dslr prior to that. A few days ago I started to use live view on my camera, since I am starting an advanced photo class that will be out in the field using a tripod and live view --...
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Hi, I use Nikon D7000, every time memory card gets full I wonder should I delete all the files from there or should go for format. Any advice ? Thanks, Arindam
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Does anyone know whether Nikon continues to manufacture older models once newer ones in the same "series" are released? Or do they just keep selling the older models until inventory is exhausted? For example, on their own website, they still offer the D3200, the D5200, and the D7000, even though newer models exist in each of those product lines. How long did they continue to offer, say, the D5100 after the D5200 was released? And how much longer do you think the D7000 and/or D7100 will be...
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I purchased a D7000 a year ago and love it except for poor AF performance indoors (i.e. fairly well-lit by incandescent) and wonder if the D7200 would offer significantly better results. Usually in these situations I have been using a 35mm or 50mm prime. By poor performance I don't mean inability to achieve focus but, rather, shots that the camera thought were in focus but that upon inspection after the shot, are not. I have a 1 y.o. grandchild and have captured many moments - only to find...
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I recently upgraded from the D200 to the D7000. The difference in ISO noise is pretty radical. I remember trying to shoot birds with the D200 at ISO1600 and it was crap. Sometimes the shutter wasn't fast enough and even if it was the noise was out of control. This last weekend I had the pleasure of shooting with the 18-140mm near the ocean. Seagulls all over the place. I cranked the ISO to 3200 and had a nice shutter speed. In PP they looked great! The noise was acceptable. So my questions...
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