Nikon D7000

Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
Nikon D7000 Ask a question in forums about the Nikon D7000.
Ask a new question
1370
Questions
asked
192
Questions
answered
Filter questions by
« First‹ Previous12345Next ›Last »
1
reply
All of a sudden my camera has started doing this: Firmware is up to date and I have reset to factory settings. Is there anything I can try to put it right, or is this a camera repair shop job? http://www.pbase.com/35sur
5
replies
Answered
Hi all I'm new to the site. i currently own a D7000 but having issues with stuck pixels (something my friend also has on his and hasn't been able to get repaired) and looking to get a new camera to replace it but I only use it to make short films. After a lot of research I can't seem to find out whether in terms of video quality there is any difference in the 1080p footage captured by any of the D3400, D5600, D7200 (with the exception of the cropped 60fps footage) and the upcoming D7500...
4
replies
I want to be able to adjust flash power quickly and easily during a photo-shoot. On camera flash is easy using the flash button and the front dial, but that doesn't seem to adjust the off camera flash power. Currently I am adjusting that external flash through the menu > custom setting menu > bracketing/flash > flash cntrl for built-in flash > commander mode > and changing the Comp value for the group. I find this method far too clumsy in the middle of a shoot with a model. I could adjust the...
14
replies
You guys that were previously or are still shooting with your Xtrans I/II bodies, are you seeing this very green tint right out of the Xtrans III cameras? What happened here? Is no big deal and a very easy fix in PP, but have the tables turned around now? Nikon's WB used to be the worse and fuji's was always spot on, and now it looks like is the opposite? I guess you can just simply move away from the greens in the Custom White Balance settings, right? But once you do that, does the WB stay...
28
replies
Hi, l currently have a nikon d7000 which gets used infrequently a d700 which i use a bit more often and an x100 that I use quite a bit.  I love the colour and look of the x100 jpegs.  I'm going to sell the d7000, 35mm 1.8 and 12-24 dx to put towards a fuji ilc.  It would be used as a general walk around camera, probably getting the 18-55 initially and adding 35 1.4 in future. I find the x100 very slow and would like more lens versatility but I put up with it because of its wonderful colour....
4
replies
Hello, Was reading an answer in another thread and now I'm confused. Quote : "Without the AF-P firmware update for the D7200, I'll likely upgrade my D7000 to a D500 next year is my current thinking." I thought that my D7200 was already suitable for use of AF-P lenses, before any upgrade of firmware. (Looking to buy the Nikon AF-P 70-300mm) Am I right ? --"Travel is fatal... to prejudice, pedantry and pettiness" (Mark Twain) - The world...is our home -
5
replies
Greetings. I just returned from a week long Florida wildlife photography expedition. During that time, My trusty old Nikon D7000 and Tamron 150-600 G1 were pushed to their limits. My D7000 is coming up on roughly 6 years old, and though it has served me well, it may be time for retirement. I don't like the large amounts of noise I get with the D7000, especially with darker backgrounds. In my search for a replacement, the D750 and D610 seem to be great cameras, especially at the price for...
18
replies
Hey guys, been a long time lurker here and decided to finally join. I bought a new sigma 24-105 f4 today with a spyderlenscal tool and the usb dock. I mounted it to my D600 and I found it front focusing using the spyderlenscal. I ended up putting it up to +20 on each focal length and focus distance at 24,50,70, and 105. I found this kind of weird so I mounted it to a d7000 and with those settings it back focused. I cleared the settings on the lens with usb dock and tried again on the d7000...
2
replies
Hello, can somebody inform me whether the flash Canon ex430 mark i work with the Nikon D7000? thank you.
25
replies
Being a hardware design engineer i cannot imagine the reason that Nikon could not switch the motor type in some new lenses (AF-P type) and not keep compatibility with older cameras. I am not familiar with the electrical connections they use in the mount, but i assume they use a few pins (4 maybe) to keep compatibility with AF type lenses where the lens just reports focal length to the camera. For driving the focus motor and VR they must use at least two pins to power the lens and at least two...
Filter questions by
« First‹ Previous12345Next ›Last »