The Nikon D7000 was my first Nikon Digital SLR. I have enjoyed it since I purchased it and it has served as my main rig for all my professional gigs. That was until I got a 35mm sensor camera, now my Nikon serves as back up and for times when I need the “reach” of the crop sensor. This review is specifically from my experiences, my opinions and my points of view. As far as build quality goes, the D7000 is strong. Not as strong as I would like it to be but the top and back magnesium alloy do ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I find myself writing this review about 4 years too late. It's 2014 and the D7100 has been out for about a year so the D7000 really is old news. But then again most of what I am writing about applies equally to the D7100. I don't think the D7100 went backward in any area and it's advantages over it's current siblings in the Nikon range are about the same as the D7000 and its then current siblings. What's more for some shooters the D7000 (second hand and/or at the right price) may still be a ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
My opinion is not good for this one. I have had two D90 Nikons and have been very satisfied with them. My D7000 is not nearly as good in many ways. the main problem is focus: it does not focus every time and sometimes it takes a number of button detentes to make it clear up?? Some photography is to grab the moment and not wait to get the camera to focus properly. I have sent the camera to Nikon and it came back working as it should for a short time and then it has got steadily worse and ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
The Nikon D7000 is the best purchase I've made . Its value-for-money is just overwhelming. Nikon included all of its best to-date features in a DX format camera body, which resulted in an agile, versatile and ergonomic, semi-pro camera. The focusing system is great, both the system and the internal focusing motor. Its performance with the 50mm f/1.8D is simply genius. You get high quality pictures with a wide range of available lenses. Low-light situations are typical for a DX format lens, ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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