Summary Nikon D7000

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Specifications Key specs
Sensor size
Help APS-C 23.6x15.6mm
Screen resolution
Help 920k dots
Help 16.1 MP
Movie format
Help 1080p @ 24fps
Screen size
Help 3"
Light sensitivity
Help 6,400 ISO
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Nikon has replaced the D7000 with the D7100.

Nikon D7100
Nikon D7100 announced February 2013
True resolution Much higher true resolution
Movie format Lower frame rate movies
Screen resolution Much higher resolution screen

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reviewsWhat are people saying about the D7000

"The 'feel' of the new camera is far closer to the D300S though, thanks to its heavy-duty magnesium alloy construction." | talking about the camera's build-quality
"Arguably the best high ISO performance of any current APS-C DSLR" | talking about the camera's iso-noise
"The Nikon D7000 is an excellent enthusiast's DSLR... Ultimately, the D7000's specification is hard to argue with." | talking about the camera's overall-performance


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Nikon D7000 Chase Jarvis Video Review
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The Nikon D7000 vs other recent entry-level DSLRs

Viewfinder size Large viewfinder Help
Autofocus Phase detection autofocus Help
fast and accurate
Focus points Many focus points Help
Movie continuous focus Movie continuous focus Help
Makes it easy to get in-focus movies
Viewfinder coverage Above average viewfinder coverage Help
Fastest shutter speed Fast shutter speed Help
1/8000 of a second
Weather sealed Weather sealed Help
Shoot in extreme weather
External mic jack External mic jack Help
Record higher quality audio with a microphone
Lens availability More lenses available Help
230 lenses
Viewfinder Doesn't use battery, see more detail Help
Storage slots More storage slots Help


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The Nikon D7000 vs other recent entry-level DSLRs

Movie format Full HD Help
1080p @ 24fps
Screen size Below average sized screen Help
Light sensitivity Poor maximum light sensitivity Help
6,400 ISO
Touch screen No touch screen Help
More buttons
Screen flips out Fixed screen Help
Less flexible
Announced Old Help
September 2010
Size Quite large Help
Professional size (132×105×77 mm)
Weight Very heavy Help
780 g
Screen resolution Low resolution screen Help
920k dots
Image stabilization No image stabilization Help
Risk of blur
Startup delay Poor startup delay Help
400 ms startup delay
True resolution Lower true resolution Help
16.1 MP
Shutter lag Poor shutter lag Help
238 ms shutter lag
Missing geo-tagging
Thickness Thick Help
Popularity Not so popular Help
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Avatar for MitchMiami MitchMiami (4:31 PM, December 23, 2014)
I think the D7000 has better images if you use Nikkor lenses. In my opinion the image quality of fixed focal length (non-zoom) lenses are, at least to my eye perfect even in relatively large prints, i.e. 24x36 inch.
Avatar for (11:19 PM, November 27, 2014)
For europeans..
It will be available at on black friday with 18-105 lens
Salman (4:35 AM, July 23, 2014)
I have 43,000 rupees with me which is the exact amount needed to buy a D7000 body in my place. I have a 18-55mm and a 14mm with me. I haved owned a D3200 few months back. I sold it to get an upgrade but now i have a tough decision. Shall I use my money to get the D7000 or is it worth to save up for the D7100. Thanks :)
Waiting for your replies :)
Frozen Face (2:29 PM, November 03, 2013)
I work for a professional photography company part time. My weekends are spent taking pictures, and getting paid for them. The company I shoot for used to use the older DX models. Which takes damn good pictures. They recently upgraded all of their gear, and guess what. They went to the D7000!!! Not only are the pictures just as good, but the cameras are easier to use and carry. I myself own a D7000, and I'll have to say, that when it comes to buying camera gear, money is no excuse. I tested other models, but ended up choosing the D7000. Personally, I think it's the best camera Nikon has offered to date.
Alwyn (10:22 AM, October 20, 2013)
Owning a few cameras doesn't make you a photographer. Now stop bragging and go learn to communicate properly. You may want to get a refund from the tertiary institution you attended while you're at it
epielens (5:43 PM, October 08, 2013)
D90 n 60D ofcouse 60D win...
please check the comparison...D90 and 500D is the same range,
60D is the semi pro..(double digit).
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Brad (3:37 PM, June 30, 2013)
I've been using d7000 for 2 years now. Mostly I use it for weddings and street photography. I dont have any problem using it except worrying about the shutter count limit. So if you want to buy the D7000 and use it for weddings and partys, i say go ahead..
Brad (3:27 PM, June 30, 2013)
Just because you're the "king of cameras" doesn't mean that you can call someone who wants to learn new things and giving his thought a "Moron"..
And hey, listen to this, owning lot of cameras doesn't make you a pro dude...
Ehsan (6:12 AM, May 05, 2013)
You regard D7000 as an Entry-Level DSLR whereas Canon EOS 60D regarded as a Pro-Level DSLR? Why? Did you make a mistake?
Avatar for GURMEET MATHARU GURMEET MATHARU (8:22 AM, April 13, 2013)
sir i have purchased D 7000 i Have A Focas Problem i have to zoom me camera first & than press shutter release nob for focus & while my object pressed with shutter release button i have to go to wide for take photos otherwise the photos became out of focus please guide me what to do thanks
Bryan (2:16 PM, November 23, 2012)
Where you guys bought tamron 18-300 ? I can't find in sg .
Bryan (3:11 AM, November 03, 2012)
Where did you guys bought the tamron 18-300 at ? I can't find any in sg .
woody (9:00 PM, September 13, 2012)
save my money and spend 800**
woody (8:59 PM, September 13, 2012)
This camera is one of the big boys and despite all of nikons lovely new full frame bodies just released I'm gonna save my spend 800 on this and feel like I've robbed buy a nice lens, it'll feel like a steal.
Avatar for Andrew Henry Andrew Henry (11:16 AM, July 22, 2012)
I am trying to decide what is better; to buy the nikon d800 or the nikon d7000 with 4 lenses. I am doing a project with it.
Maren. (8:11 PM, June 11, 2012)
Okai, should I buy D7000 or Canon D60 ? :) I can't decide. :c I take pictures of animals. Most horses. I need a camera that can take good pictures of things that is moving fast. (Horses running) I really love both brands... I really LOVE the flip out screen on 60D it a huge plus. But I can't decide based on a flip out screen. :p D7000 is really heavy. I've hold it once but I don't know about 60D. I don't like to heave cameras either.
Miguel Peixoto (5:26 PM, June 09, 2012)
I want to buy a camera to shoot weddings, partys and i'm considering Nikon D7000.The camera will do a good job?Whitish flash you recommend?
Josephdev1234 (8:39 PM, May 04, 2012)
The D7000 is the better camera and gives you more flexibility with respect to lenses, and once you master other skills you can tap into it's other strengths.
Josephdev1234 (8:31 PM, May 04, 2012)
I upgraded from a D80 to a D7000. The video capability of the camera is of a high standard. If you stick to Nikon it means that you can keep the lenses you already have. I cannot advise about Canon's as I have never used one. The D7000 is a really good camera is all I can advise and is much better than the D80.
Josephdev1234 (8:04 PM, May 04, 2012)
This is an excellent camera with a metallic body. I have had mine for about a year now and find it really easy to use, yet allows the flexibility of manual controls. The d7000 has a built in focus motor so the range of lenses you can use is enormous. It's larger and heavier than the entry level DSLR, this is not an entry level camera.
Maren (9:11 PM, April 30, 2012)
Thank you for the information :) I want to take photos for a long time and get great pictures, and if I have to sit and read a lot about D7000 it's okay. So I think I'm going to invest in a D7000 right away and just use much time on learning how to use it well :) I've heard its a god camera for taking pictures of horses running. And that's what I take pictures of all the time.
Avatar for Snapsort Snapsort (9:06 PM, April 30, 2012)
The D5100 is built with the beginner in mind, where as the the D7000 is more of an intermediate to semi-pro camera. So the D5100 will help you along, but you will need to figure out the D7000 on your own. That being said the D7000 is among the best cameras on the market right now.
Maren (8:57 PM, April 30, 2012)
I got a old sigma lens. Without focus motor. I don't remember the name of it right now.. But I'm saving to buy everything now. Camera and lenses. So if you could recommend a camera with some good lenses for a beginner :) Would love the help! so confused..
Avatar for Snapsort Snapsort (8:54 PM, April 30, 2012)
What lenses do you have? The D5100 doesn't have a built in focus motor, so if you have older lenses it might not work with them.