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  • Resolution: 16.2 MP
  • LCD Size: 3"
  • Shutter: 30 ~ 1/8000 sec
Nikon D7000

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When Nikon introduced the D7000 back in 2010, it was their second camera to offer continual autofocus during video recording. The company was the first to tackle the technology, introducing it with the D300S a few months earlier. The question for the new camera was whether or not its price tag is justified by the additional features it had; one that's still being debated two years after the D7000 hit store shelves.

At a resolution of 16.2 mp, the D7000 is a bit shy of the 18 mp found in the Canon EOS 60D. But it does have a larger sensor. Compared against the Nikon D90, they both have the same size sensor but the DS90 resolution is only 12.3 mp. We say all that to say you get very good image quality with the D7000 -- even in low light.

The new body is also a step up from previous models. Nikon decided to use a magnesium alloy case and a profile that was redesigned to make it a bit more ergonomic. It also feels plenty hefty; that's something advanced amateurs and professionals looking for cheaper alternative will appreciate. Along with that slightly redesigned profile are a set of newly designed controls and digital menu systems most will find very efficient.

If you're looking for a cheaper alternative to the D300S you'll probably find the D7000 attractive. However, if you're happy with your D90 we wouldn't recommend spending the extra money on this one.

Advantages: continual autofocus during video recording; great ratio of sensor size to resolution; redesigned profile more ergonomic; great picture and video quality; dual storage slots.

Disadvantages: a bit too expensive for our tastes; minor saturation issues; minor noise issues above ISO 800; autofocus sound can be heard on video clips.

Release Date: October 15, 2010


  1. Megapixel Count: 5/5
  2. Lens: 4/5
  3. Shutter Lag & Sensor Size: 4.5/5
  4. Flash: 4.5/5
  5. Memory Card: 4.6/5

Overall Rating: 4.6/5

Basic Specifications:

  • Resolution: 16.2 MP
  • Kit Lens: Nikkor AF-S 18-105 mm; Nikon F mount
  • View Finder: Optical (fixed eye-level pentaprism)
  • LCD Size: 3"
  • ISO: auto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800, 25600
  • Shutter: 30 ~ 1/8000 sec.
  • Max Aperture: F3.5-F5.6
  • Dimensions: 132 x 105 x 77 mm (5.2 x 4.1 x 3.0 in.)
  • Weight: 690g (1.5 lb)
  • MSRP: USD $1199.95
  • Availability: worldwide

Detailed Specifications:

  • General Information: Nikon F lens mount supports variety of Nikkor and generic lenses; wireless lighting support; optional remote control operation; 6 shooting modes, 12 white balance options.
  • Image Sensor: CMOS 16.2 mp
  • Image Capture: JPEG, RAW formats; 3 res. options
  • Video Capture: H.264, MOV format; 5 res. options
  • Optics: Nikkon F mount; focal length with kit lens 27-158 mm
  • Auto Focus: yes; with TTL contrast and phase detection, 39 focus points
  • Display: 3" TFT LCD
  • Exposure and Flash: ±5 EV range (in 1/2 or 1/3 EV steps); built-in flash with red-eye reduction, wireless control,n +/- compensation, AF illuminator
  • Image Storage: SD, SDHC, SDXC; dual slots
  • Connectivity: USB, HDMI, composite video/audio; remote control
  • Power: Nikon EN-EL15 Li-ion rechargeable battery
  • Software: Nikon ViewNX 2, drivers & utilities

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