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Reviews: Nikon D7000

by PhotoVideoOnline on 11/18/2011

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  • Nikon DX-format CMOS sensor
  • New image-processing engine "EXPEED 2"
  • Wide sensitivity range of ISO 100 to 6400
  • Active D-Lighting with refined image processing
  • AF system featuring 39 high-density focus points
  • Auto exposure control
  • Auto white balance
  • High-speed continuous shooting at approx. 6 fps, for up to approx. 100 shots — captures the decisive moment
  • Double SD card slots, SDXC compatible
  • Full HD movie-recording function: D-Movie with enhanced operability and image quality
  • External stereo microphone compatible

Nikon D7000 review
What was originally expected to be the replacement for the DX-format 12-megapixel D90 turned out to be a new addition to the range. The new D7000 sits between that and the semi-pro D300s. In terms of size, it’s closer to the D90 and functionality closer to the D300s, itself an aging model. Both will remain for the time being, so it’s quite possible we’ll see another replace the D300s as the flagship DX (APS-C) camera.
November 18, 2011
Dan Bailey Comparing Nikon DSLRs: The D5100 vs. The D7000
The Nikon D5100 has been out for a few months now, and its price range and list of features makes it an attractive DSLR for those photographers who are looking for a budget camera body. It’s certainly a capable offering, packing in more imaging technology that any previous Nikon camera in its class.
However, when stacked against the immensely popular Nikon D7000, how does it compare? If you’re thinking of buying a new camera, how do you decide which one you should you get? Let’s review the essential features of each model and see which one might be right for you.

November 7, 2011
Nikon D7000
With the release of the D7000, Nikon created a new category in its broad DSLR line. At $1200 (body only), the D7000 offers a mid-range alternative to the higher end D300s, and the slightly-long-in-the-tooth but more affordable D90 (released in 2008). A full complement of advanced and automatic features, new 16 megapixel CMOS sensor, new 3D color matrix metering, good low-light performance, full 1080p HD video, full-time autofocus in video and Live View, along with under-the-hood improvements make the D7000 an extremely appealing DSLR for enthusiasts and prosumers.
6th May 2011
The Complete Nikon D7000 Review
The Nikon D7000, a DSLR falling between the Nikon D90 and the D300S on Nikon’s charts, is a fantastic camera. Commercially available around $1200 USD since last fall, the Nikon D7000 is a great bang for your buck. It produces great images with its 16.2 MP CMOS sensor, 2,016-segment RGB meter and 39 points of auto-focus. The dual memory card slots can take SD, SDHC or SDXC. 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.
24th April, 2011
Nikon D7000 [Review]
Nikon describes this DX model as a “professional-standard camera” … not a professional camera. One giveaway is the onboard flash cell: pros look askance when they see this (IMHO) useful feature.
So it’s not pro and its not raw amateur. But it beats me why the company could not have installed a vari-angle LCD screen as many lesser cameras possess. Damn useful for newbies and ‘knowbies’.

11th April 2011
DCRP Review: Nikon D7000
The Nikon D7000 ($1199 body only) is a midrange digital SLR that fits between the D90 and D300s. Its feature set is quite impressive, and even made owners of cameras from other manufacturers drool a little bit (or so I've heard).
Sounds pretty good to me! Does the D7000 perform as well as its specs lead one to believe? Find out in our review!

28th March 2011
Nikon D7000 Review
Nikon’s 16-megapixel D7000 fits into their DSLR lineup between the entry-level D3100 and the pro-spec’d D300s DX format cameras. It delivers near professional-level camera performance in a compact, user-friendly body. 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. I think I’ve got a pretty good idea now how the D7000 measures up.
15th March 2011
Secrets of the Nikon D7000
A couple of cool features you might otherwise overlook
I've had my two D7000's for a few days now (Yes, it's true. As a real Nikon "insider" and host of the instructional video the company made about this camera, I only had to wait, what, about a month longer than anybody else who just bought the camera from Best Buy to get my hands on them:-)).

24th November 2010
Nikon D7000 High ISO JPEG Noise preview
To compare noise levels under real-life conditions we shot this scene with the Nikon D7000 and Canon EOS 60D within a few moments of each other using their best-quality JPEG settings and at each of their ISO settings. See our upcoming review for RAW results. There is also a comparison with the Nikon D90.
Each camera was fitted with its respective kit lens, the Nikkor DX 18-105mm VR and Canon EF-S 18-135mm IS, both set to f8, adjusted to deliver the same field of view, and focused using Live View at the highest magnification.
Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera Review 1080P HD Movie Mode
Nikon has released a their latest DSLR Camera that bridges the gap between the Nikon D90 and the Nikon D300s. The D7000 has a high resolution 16MP DX CMOS sensor that allows you to make very large prints and/or allows you to do some very tight cropping while still maintaining some unbelievable resolution. It is capable of shooting 6 frames per second for up to 100 shots. It’s sensor delivers accurate control with 2,016 pixel RGB 3D color matrix sensor. This camera has up to 6400 ISO that allows for very low light shots with extreme control.
21st November 2010
Nikon D7000 review
Spectacular shooter?
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 2,106 pixel RGB metering sensor show there’s a lot going on under the hood. But just how good is this new tech and is the D7000 the true next generation DSLR?

19th November 2010
Nikon D7000 – Featured User Review
I purchased this camera after reading many articles about it in anticipation of it’s release. The combination of improved quality in low light situations, full 1080p HD video with full time auto focus and the 16.2 MP sensor combined with the 6 frames per second continuous shooting where key features for me.
17th November 2010
Nikon D7000 Review
The Nikon D7000 is a new prosumer DSLR camera with a 16.2-megapixel DX-format image sensor. Key highlights of the D7000 include Full 1080p HD video with full-time autofocus and manual exposure control, an ISO range of 100-25600, the widest of any Nikon DX camera, a new 2,016-pixel 3D Colour Matrix metering system, new EXPEED 2 image-processing engine, new 39-point Auto-focus system with 3D tracking, 14-bit analogue-to-digital conversion, 6fps continuous shooting, dust- and moisture-sealed magnesium alloy body, 921k dot 3-inch LCD screen, and dual memory card slots.
15th November 2010
Nikon D7000 expert review: full specs, price, sample photos and more.
Is the camera many believe to be the Nikon D90 replacement worthy of the crown? We let you know.
A new 16.2 million pixel sensor plus novel AF and metering systems, mean it’s all change with the Nikon D7000 - the new Nikon DSLR that some believe is the Nikon D90 replacement. Angela Nicholson takes a closer look at the Nikon newcomer and also compares the D7000 vs D90.
12th November 2010
Nikon D7000
The D7000 is Nikon's most advanced camera at any price. The fact that it sells for $1,200 make it a no-brainer, which is why it's sold out. Unlike 2009's crappy D3000, Nikon really did their homework these past couple of years on the D7000, and everything about it just works better than older cameras, technically, artistically and ergonomically.
8th November 2010
Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Review
Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Review - Nikon's D7000 digital SLR camera aimed at advanced amateurs boasts many features normally found on in their professional line-up, such as a weather sealed magnesium and polycarbonate body, a 16.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, 39 AF points and continuous shooting at 6 frames per second.
3rd November 2010
Fenchel & Janisch Filmproduktion Video Comparison Nikon D7000 versus Canon EOS 7D DSLR Cameras
In the video comparison by Frenchel-Janisch, the Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-135mm was used on the D7000 and the Canon EF-S 18-135mm was used on the EOS 7D. Both cameras are set with the same settings and white balance is set to 3300K, here is the comparison video:

2nd November 2010
Nikon D7000 Hands On Preview Digital SLR Review
Nikon's newly D7000 sits at the top of their consumer SLR range, adding a raft of features that will please advanced enthusiasts and beginners alike. Priced at £1100 for the body on its own and £1300 for the kit with the 18-105mm DX VR lens, it costs a pretty penny, but sports many features handed down from Nikon's professional range. Gary Wolstenholme went to Nikon's launch event in London to take a preliminary look before completing an in depth review.
28th October 2010
Nikon D7000 review
Nikon is extending its Dxxxx series with a new DSLR camera, the Nikon D7000. This is part of a nice series of cameras, the D3100, D5000 and now also the Nikon D7000. A Nikon D9000 might just be the next model… The new Nikon D7000 is a whole new DSLR camera generation and falls between the Nikon D5000 and the D90, at least in terms of pricing. The D90 is still part of the picture, at least until it gets a successor (the D9000?). This Nikon DSLR is a camera aimed at the serious amateur photographer and offers a full package of camera-settings for creative photography as well as videography, as the Nikon D7000 supports Full HD 1080p video.
21st October 2010
Nikon D7000 vs Canon EOS 7D ISO Noise Comparison
In this video comparison I perform two ISO tests: The first test was done in a room that is lit by skylights and tons of windows and the other test shot in a much darker living room with only one window that happens to face north, away from the sun.
October 2010
D7000 – Nikon finally get serious about DSLR video
My first video capable DSLR was not actually the Canon 5DmkII but in fact the Nikon D90. It was a short lived love affair and despite being a keen Nikon stills shooter at the time I soon moved over to Canon for video.
With the D90′s successor it looks like Nikon are finally getting serious about the DSLR video game. The newly launched D7000 is a huge improvement in video functionality over previous Nikon’s and even has a few surprises up its sleeve.

16th September 2010
Nikon D7000
First impressions:
The Nikon D7000 is packed with tasty specs and and a wealth of top-end features -- and that's before you even consider 1080p video.

16th September 2010
First look at the Nikon D7000 Digital Camera Review
Nikon has just launched a new DSLR, a couple of top-end lenses, a flashgun and two compacts. Will Cheung attended a press briefing where the new products were shown for the first time in the UK.
16th September 2010
Nikon D7000 – Has Nikon Finally Come Up With An Answer To The Canon 7D?
If you noticed my post last week on holding off on buying a new camera, you see another reason why. Nikon has announced the new D7000. It’s a $1200 DSLR with a ton of features at an attractive price.

15th September 2010
Nikon D7000 review
First impressions hands on and shooting - Nikon D7000 review. First impressions.
Damien Demolder gets to test a pre-production model of Nikon's resolution-breakthrough Nikon D7000.

15th September 2010
Nikon D7000 Overview
The Nikon D7000 represents an evolution of the company's venerable D90 -- the first digital SLR with movie capture capability and the first mid-range model with a high-res 3.0-inch VGA LCD panel. Externally, the Nikon D7000 is similar to its predecessor in terms of size, weight, and much of the controlled layout, but adopts a weather-sealed, magnesium alloy construction like that of the D300S. Nikon emphasizes that the D90 will remain in the lineup.
15th September 2010
Nikon D7000 Preview

14th September 2010
Nikon D7000 Preview
Stop the rumor mill - the D7000 is here! The much-anticipated new DSLR isn't quite what a lot of internet pundits expected, but that doesn't mean that there isn't a lot to get excited about if you're a D90 user impatient for an upgrade. In fact, that's exactly what the D7000 is - an upgrade option for D90 and D5000 users, which occupies a new position in Nikon's DSLR lineup, between the D90 and D300S.
September 2010
Chase Jarvis
September 13, 2010

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