Nikon D7000

Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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By: mstr (3 days ago)
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Hello, I have a question... I currently have my d7100 with 35mm 1.8G, AF-S 70-300mm and a 18-200mm. The 18-200 replaced my original 18-105 kit lens for a trip to Europe last fall (I wanted an all-in-one lens for the trip to save space and weight). I find that the 18-200, while very versatile and convenient for traveling, does not really deliver the image quality I would like (I am not a professional but being a many years enthusiast, I do take pride in the quality of my photos). So, I am...
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I've a new-ish-to-me D7000, which seems to have a tendency to overexpose sky. I just keep looking at the RGB histograms / blinking highlights and dialing in more minus EV. I'm in Aperture, AF-S, ISO 100 ISO-Auto OFF. I get this with matrix metering as well as single point (the camera biases exposure towards the focus point in use, right?) From Thom Hogan's D7000 book, this camera is supposed to bias exposure in favor of preserving highlights*, but maybe my example is having issues(?) *Except...
By: Musicwinder (1 week ago)
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Suggest best lenses for Nikon D7000 I'm looking for a good prime as well as a sharp telephoto
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I have a D7000, with the 18-300 Nikon lens. On a recent trip to Colorado, the CPL spontaneously shattered. Nothing seemed to "happen" to cause it. I took a photo one minute. Set the camera down, picked it up again 5 minutes later and the filter was shattered. Our local pro camera store has always sold me Promaster filters, which are pretty $$$. In trying to research a new filter, I see no mention pretty much anywhere of Promaster. So, my question(s) are: 1. Can altitude cause a filter to...
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Can i use Macro kit to focus on the Moon i have a Nikkor 70-300mm with my D7000. Will a macro adapter lens help me focus on the moon to get good close up shot? Whats the best setting to capture the moon using my D7000 with 70-300mm Nikkor telephoto?
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I purchased this unit late autumn 2015 and have been using it on my Nikon D7100. Although it is a bit slow to get a signal when first switched on, I am very satisfied with the unit, especially considering it's price. I've not tried the unit with my D3300. Last week I purchased a D7000 body at BestBuy which was marked down to $299 for quick clearance. The D7000 works well. However it does have some issues with the Opteka GPS. When the GPS is switched on and trying to establish a signal, the...
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After spending the last 2 weeks intensively studying m4/3, everywhere, over-and-over, I'm ready to pull the trigger.  Selling my Nikon D610, keeping my Nikon D7000.  (Also keeping my Nikon P7800.)I've decided on the Olympus PEN-F, but can't make up my mind on lens(es).  M4/3 lenses are supposed to be interchangeable, but after all that reading, my brain has turned even mushier than it already was, so I'm still a bit hesitant to "cross pollinate".Is there any reason not to use Panasonic lenses...
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Hi there, I've read a lot of threads on best travel lenses for the D7100... but I was wondering which lens would you consider best for video on the D7100?  Ideally I only want to bring 1 or 2 lenses with me during my travels.... Obviously VR is important, but for the style of video I'd be using the lens for would be primarily for recording while walking around, some close ups of people or architecture, wildlife, some still landscapes, etc.  Maybe some interviews.   I previously used the...
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I am contributing architectural photographs which be printed litho cmyk as a coffee table book. I estimate the size of the publication to be around A3. Currently using a Nikon D7000 and Sigma 17-50 and where necessary a Tokina 12-24. I am reasonably happy with the images thus far. However on dropping in on my favourite photographic dealer I handled a Canon 5D MK II with 28-105 f3.5-4.5 attached. Very good price. Subsequently I browsed Pixelpeeper and downloaded what architectural images I...
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I was taking a shot indoors on a very dull day using only natural light and reflectors. The final shutter speed was 25 seconds and the aperture was f/16 at ISO100. Since I was using a tripod, I used Live View.  I took some preliminary shots just to try out different compositions at high ISO and large apertures, to save waiting for the long exposures, and the Live View preview looked nice and bright and clear. When I had set the shot up I switched to the smaller aperture and low ISO, and took...
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