Nikon D7000

Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Dear photo enthousiasts, I recently got myself a Nikon D5300 for Christmas. As for memory I bought a new 32GB Class 10 Sony SD card. I charged the battery and did the setup routine. Everything was fine until I popped in the new SD card, then I immediately got the error: "This memory card cannot be used. Card may be damaged Insert another card." After this error, the camera would not respond to any inputs. When I got the SD card out again, the camera would do everything normal again (exept...
By: Twaize (3 weeks ago)
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Hello, I'm having a lot of trouble deciding on a new camera. Since 2011, I have been carrying a Nikon D7000, and since 2014 with a Sigma 18-35 f/1.8 lens. However, it weighs much too much, my shoulder and back end up suffering if I carry it around for a day or more. I have a Fujifilm X100s that I've been very pleased with, so I thought upgrading to a Fujifilm X-T2 would be a good idea. Instead, I've spent the past two weeks agonising over whether I should get it, for reasons other than its...
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My Nikon D7000 autofocus recently started acting funny. When I go to shoot in AF and hold down the shutter release button the camera does not focus, then after about 20 seconds it try's to find focus but never does. It will not allow me to take a picture. When the camera is switched into "live view" the camera focuses correctly, and will allow me to take a picture.  Here is what I have tried to fix the issue with no luck: Changed lenses to see if the lense's was the issue - no luck Played...
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A little about me. I am an avid photographer who simply want to share a portion of my world through images and of course, looking forward to videos and beyond. Generally, my main interest is on everyday lives photography, food (macro), people, scenery. Eventually this means portrait, landscape and some architecture, I guess you could say general photography? I am fortunate enough to have my parents buy me a D7000 when I told them I wanted a camera. I am most grateful for that as I know it...
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Hi All, In a bit of a quandary; a few years ago I purchased a Sigma 150-500 for my Nikon D7000. Great match; happy with results - up to about 400mm or so. I recently upgraded the body to a D7200, and in reading about the newer Tamron and Sigma offerings, I wonder if moving to one of those lenses is worth it. I should mention that I am not necessarily a birder (yes, I do photograph hummingbirds) but not hard core (if you'll pardon the term). tnx in advance.
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I recently acquired a D7200, and unlike the D7000 which does not have a locking release for the mode dial, the D7200 does. However, on my D7200, the lock release works in all positions except in Manual (M) mode. In other word, I can go from Aperture (A) mode to Manual (M) mode without depressing the lock release. All other positions require depressing the lock release. Is this the norm, or do I have a malfunction. I believe it is the later because I have inadvertently been shooting in (A)...
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So i bought a 35mm f2 ai lens (which btw is on a d7000 so it is really a 50mm) and I dont know what lens to get next. My budget is about £100 so is there any recommendations? btw im not asking for anything in specific so i dont mind whether it is a prime, zoom, macro, wide etc. (except for a 35mm as i already have it :) )
By: Tantum (1 month ago)
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Hi. So i have bought a d7000 and a 35mm f2 ai lens and on the lens when i am at a f stop (on the aperture ring) it says that i am a stop higher on the body. Which one is right and why is this happening?
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In my film-using youth I used Nikon/Nikkormat and Pentax gear and loved both for different reasons. <fast-forward 40 years or so> Now in my oldth :-D I want to return to SLR shooting from point-and-shoot, and I’m considering mainly Nikon and Canon DSLRs but will consider others. In order to save money for lenses in the future I plan on buying used or refurbished, but how old a camera should I consider? For example, is a Nikon D7100 worth the price premium over a same-condition D7000? Or...
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Hi everyone, I want to invest in camera and would like to have your advice and enlightenment   My experience with photography lately is resumed to phone photography, I used to have in the past a DSLR and I am missing the experience, specially in low light environment. So I am looking for a camera which will not coast an arm and a leg (6/700$) and with reasonable size, when I travel I am more a backpack traveler. Mirrorless cam seems to be a good fit for me. So I am wondering if the a6000 +...
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