Nikon D7000

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Thephoblographer.com
Commercially available around $1200 USD since last fall, the Nikon D7000 is a great bang for your buck. The D7000 also continues Nikon’s tradition of great low light performance with high ISO capabilities. The camera shows that Nikon is working very hard to make better DSLRs.

Adorama.com
Nikon’s latest enthusiast-aimed DSLR is a technological tour de force, but does it live up to expectations? Nikon’s latest salvo in the enthusiast DSLR wars, the Nikon D7000, is a stellar example. To find out how well this all works out in the real world we took the D7000 for an exhaustive two-week test drive.

Dcresource.com
Its feature set is quite impressive, and even made owners of cameras from other manufacturers drool a little bit . Does the D7000 perform as well as its specs lead one to believe? The D7000 is officially available in two kits.

Reviews.photographyreview.com
It’s packed with pro-level features like a six frames-per-second burst rate, new 39-point auto focus system and a digital level, yet it still has scene modes and a pure auto mode for beginners. It also has full HD video and continuous auto focus in movie mode. I’ve been using the D7000 for a few months and I’ve shot skiing, bike racing and a conference, as well as video.

Hardwarezone.com
So popular was the D90 that two years after its launch, it continued to sell well for the company. Nikon finally answered the wishes of many and introduced the D7000. According to Nikon though, the D7000 isn’t exactly an upgrade to the D90.

Photographybay.com
To see whether the D7000 is the right prosumer shooter for you, read on. Keeping with the trend in Nikon pro and prosumer DSLRs, the D7000 gives you a lot of control at your fingertips, which keeps you out of the camera’s menu system for most common settings. Metering and exposure compensation are quickly accessible thanks to well-placed buttons just to the rear of the shutter release.  Likewise, Nikon keeps the logically–placed on/off switch at the shutter release.

Buy-n-shoot.com
Outstanding low light performance combined with speed and efficiency in auto focusing and metering could only be found in the professional and semi-pro range of DSLR but the D90 made it affordable, sacrificing things that many photographers wouldn’t notice in day-to-day use. With its D7000, Nikon have bridged the gap between the consumer and professional market even further making what would normally be considered a downgrade, from certain models positioned above it, into a possibly head scratching upgrade. Fitted with a 16.2-megapixel, cropped sensor, the D7000 sits behind only Nikons professional studio shooter, the D3x, in terms of resolution for the company.

Digitaltrends.com
Amazingly there is a pricey camera, the 16.2-megapixel Nikon D7000, that’s currently defying the laws of CE gravity—if you can even find one. With the 18-105mm kit lens, the Nikon has a no-nonsense vibe that says “I’m a serious camera.” Don’t even think of casually carrying it around. The D7000 measures 5.2 x 4.1 x 3 and weighs 1.5 pounds without a battery, card or lens.

Macworld.co.uk
These offer the best of both worlds, combining compact size and DSLR power – achieved by removing the mirror mechanism to bring the lens and sensor closer together. Unsurprisingly, we now find the DSLR also trying to break with tradition. The latest models not only incorporate video recording, a feature of humble compacts since practically day one – and one which manufacturers suggest their customers are now demanding – they also offer one-touch record buttons borrowed from camcorders.

Steves-digicams.com
With the introduction of the D3100, and now the D7000, it’s clear that Nikon is still a heavy hitter in the dSLR categories.

Photoreview.com.au
Nikon’s widely anticipated D7000 slots into the company’s range between the popular D90 and D300s models.

Dpexpert.com.au
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Shutterfinger.typepad.com
Here is the Nikon D7000 in graceful recline. The lens it’s wearing is an old but still fashionable 35mm f/2.0D Nikkor. In the case of the Nikon D7000, it’s so popular and hard to find right now that I saw little risk in buying one.

Pdnonline.com
After going through my gear coverage in the last year, I found there were a ton of photo products to get excited about in 2010 and many of them were only obliquely camera-related. Technically speaking, the Nikon D7000 would have won Prosumer DLSR of the Year.

Bythom.com
Time for the rubber to meet the road. Since so many things have changed internally from the D90 there must be some differences, right? Torture testing the battery I’m getting over 1000 shots a charge, which is mighty good for such a small, light battery.

Pcworld.idg.com.au
The Nikon D7000 is a digital SLR camera aimed at enthusiastic amateur and hobbyist photographers. It has some features that would otherwise only be found on professional-level cameras, and it delivers very impressive image quality. Its automatic shooting modes mean first-time digital SLR users can get started immediately, but ideally you’ll need to know a little about photography if you want to get the most out of it.

Digitalcamerareview.com
Both the D3000 and D90 remain on Nikon USA’s website as of this writing, but expect them to fade from view in the not too distant future. The body is a magnesium and composite blend, weather sealed, and features a 3.0-inch LCD monitor. About the time you start to think the D7000 specs sound more like pro and less like consumer, automatic and scene shooting modes that supplement standard DSLR manual exposure options hedge Nikon’s bet and broaden the camera’s potential audience.

Digitalcamerainfo.com
The Nikon D7000 is a powerhouse camera at an excellent price. However, we did find that the images it took were a little soft, and the higher ISO settings were rather noisy.

Pdnonline.com
Overall, the D7000 was the most fun camera I shot with this year and its combination of speed, durability, and sparkling still image and HD video quality helped me overlook the fact it probably won’t replace that lightning fast, gasketed and sealed professional workhorse covered in mud in your camera bag. The D7000 does make a great second camera or a primary model for photographers on a budget. Along with the big leap in model nomenclature from D90 to D7000, the new camera debuts at a price tag $200 higher than its predecessor.

Cameralabs.com
The Nikon D7000 is the company’s latest mid-range DSLR. Announced in September 2010, the D7000 technically replaces the enormously popular D90, although that model will remain on sale while stocks last. The new numbering clearly positions the D7000 above the D5000, with the D3100 below both.

Cameras.about.com
As it stands, the D7000 sits somewhere between these other two Nikon cameras, both of which are still current models. Nikon seem to have chosen to follow Canon and its EOS 60D by producing a camera that is most definitely aimed at the upper entry-level and enthusiast levels of photographer. Both cameras sit somewhere in the middle of the manufacturers’ ranges.

Reviews.cnet.com
I’m not looking for whizzy new features, bold redesigns, or insane burst rates for either myself or the shoppers I advise; to me, the perfect camera just gets out of the way between my eye and the final photograph . There’s a variety of new Nikon tech in the D7000 over older models, including a new Nikon-designed 16.2-megapixel sensor coupled with its Expeed 2 processor; with this pairing, Nikon ups its analog-to-digital conversion to 14-bit processing. Photo quality is first rate, and, despite the resolution increase, stands up very well against the D300s as well as most competitors.

Dpreview.com
Review based on a production Nikon D7000 with firmware V1.00, 1.00, 1.002 When it was announced in September the D7000 took a lot of people by surprise. Although a D90 successor had been on the horizon for some time, what wasn’t expected was how close in specification terms the new camera would turn out to be to the D300S. In some respects, in fact, the D7000 actually outguns its semi-pro cousin, and offers a compelling upgrade option to both D90 and D300S owners, whilst nominally sitting between the two in Nikon’s current lineup.

Reviews.cnet.co.uk
I’m not looking for whizzy new features, bold redesigns, or insane burst rates for either myself or the shoppers I advise; to me, the perfect camera just gets out of the way between my eye and the final photograph . There’s a variety of new Nikon tech in the D7000 over older models, including a new Nikon-designed 16.2-megapixel sensor coupled with its Expeed 2 processor; with this pairing, Nikon ups its analog-to-digital conversion to 14-bit processing. Photo quality is first rate, and, despite the resolution increase, stands up very well against the D300s as well as most competitors.

Pocket-lint.com
The Nikon D7000 is a new DSLR sandwiched between both the consumer and semi-pro categories. A lot is new: a brand new 16.2-megapixel sensor can capture stills and 1080p HD movies, while a new 39-point autofocus system and 2106 pixel RGB metering sensor show there’s a lot going on under the hood. The D7000 is one of a pair of DSLR cameras to appear from Nikon this year.

Whatdigitalcamera.com
The Nikon D7000 is one of the most talked-about cameras of the year. With a new 39-point AF system and 2,016 pixel RGB metering sensor, can the D7000 live up to the hype? What Digital Camera’s Nikon D7000 review finds out…

Reviews.photographyreview.com
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Photographyblog.com
Ease of Use The new Nikon D7000 slots in between the existing D90 and D300s models, not only in terms of feature set and functionality, but also in terms of size and weight. It isn’t as compact and lightweight as the D90 but neither is it quite as bulky and heavy as the D300s. The right-hand grip bears more resemblance to that of the D300s, with a chunkier rubberised coating than on the D90.

Ephotozine.com
At the time the specification and overall performance was so good for the price, it pretty much made the D100 redundant as it offered little extra for its higher price point. Over time Nikon have made this a bit of a habit. When the D300 camera was announced in 2007, it pretty much made the older D2x redundant, except for those who had the need for hammering nails with their camera.

Ephotozine.com
For most photographers the headline product is the Nikon D7000, an APS-C format DSLR with a resolution of 16.2-megapixels. It is due in the shops October 29 so in plenty of time for Christmas. Nikon’s Simon Iddon, enthusiast product manager confirms this.

Dpreview.com
When it was announced in September the D7000 took a lot of people by surprise. Although a D90 successor had been on the horizon for some time, what wasn’t expected was how close in specification terms the new camera would turn out to be to the D300S. In some respects, in fact, the D7000 actually outguns its semi-pro cousin, and offers a compelling upgrade option to both D90 and D300S owners, whilst nominally sitting between the two in Nikon’s current lineup.

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