Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera - Black (18-105 VR Kit)
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Auto modes (auto, auto [flash off]), Advanced Scene Modes (Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Close-up, Night Portrait), programmed auto with flexible program (P), shutter-priority auto (S), aperture-priority auto (A), manual (M), quiet (Q) As the D7000’s optical viewfinder is large, clear and offers 100 per cent frame coverage we otherwise didn’t actually find ourselves utilising the 3-inch LCD for Live View that much. The spongy rubber eye relief is also comfortable. If we had one wish when it comes to composing shots then, it would be to provide a tilt and swivel LCD screen at the D7000’s rear for those otherwise awkward low or high angle shots – which would have seen us employing it a lot more. They’re an increasing popular feature on DSLRs these days and when you’ve come from handling one with this feature to a camera like the D7000 without, it’s an omission you notice.
In 2011, the D7000 received four major awards, the Red Dot product design, TIPA's "Best D-SLR Advanced" category, EISA's "European Advanced SLR Camera 2011-2012" and the CameraGP Japan 2011 Readers Award.     High Speed Continuous shooting at 6FPS: With approx. 0.05-second release time lag and 6 frames-per-second shooting, you won’t miss a moment The camera performed much betr den my expectations and is worth its price. Its has a whopping shutr speed of 6 frames per sec. I m satisfied wid dis cam.Teardown of the Nikon D7000 DSLR". Chipworks. January 20, 2011. Archived from the original on March 2, 2011 . Retrieved 2011-02-24. Lens compatibility: Nikkor F Mount, AF-S, AF-I, AF-D, Manual Nikkor AI/AIS (metering use built-in coupling on D7000) The D7000’s newly developed AF system featuring 39 focus points, including 9 cross-type sensors in the centre, gives you the sharpest focus, no matter where your subject is in the frame. And with Nikon’s new 2,016 pixel RGB metering sensor to enhance the effectiveness of the Scene Recognition System, plus High Speed Continuous shooting capability at 6FPS, you can be sure to capture incredibly accurate, high-quality images every time.
Nikon D7000 Wins the CameraGP2011 Readers Award" (Press release). Nikon Corporation. May 22, 2011 . Retrieved 2011-05-22.A review of the Nikon’s headline specification finds most of the bells and whistles we’d expect at this price point present and correct, along with some we wouldn’t. We’ve already spotlighted the 16.2 million pixel effective resolution, derived from a Nikon DX format (as opposed to full frame FX format) CMOS sensor. To this is added a see-in-the-dark maximum light sensitivity setting of ISO25600 equivalent, expanded from a ‘basic’ range of ISO100-6400. Matrix :3D color matrix metering II (type G and D lenses); color matrix metering II (other CPU lenses) In built Auto-focus motor: It helps you to focus using an AF lens that doesn't have inbuilt AF motor.(Can save a lot of money on Lens).
If not wanted, the metering can be changed with exposure compensation, two-point (average) metering, metering on the bright lights or use of center-weighted or spot metering, fill flash or RAW images.   Increasing the dynamic range by use of Active D-Lighting or reducing the contrast settings (the default contrast is higher compared to previous Nikon DSLRs) aids when shooting JPEGs. After taking the image, contrast and brightness can easily be changed in camera.
Either you are a novice or experienced, this is one of the best semi-pro DSLR you get in this range. Surely you will fell in love with it as did I. The D7000 includes a range of new features to ensure superior image quality including 16.2 effective megapixels with the newly developed Nikon DX format CMOS image sensor. The camera boasts a new image-processing engine, EXPEED 2, which delivers higher image quality, higher speed processing and multiple functions with more power. And the D7000’s increased ISO sensitivity (100-6400, extendable up to 25600) ensures exceptional detail with minimal noise when capturing fast moving subjects or in poor light situations, even without the flash.