The best bro, best!!
6/5/2012 6:01:09 PM
Kevin from Richmond writes:
- Excellent build quality while being light and compact
100% view finder
- There was a "card error" issue which was fixed by an update from Nikon
Otherwise, no issues!!
- Switched from Canon 50D to the D7000 and I am glad I did. I am much more comfortable with the ergonomics of this camera. The placements of the dials and buttons makes it so I can adjust a lot of things without having to take my eye away from the viewfinder. The colours in my photos are more vivid. The photos I took with my Canon just didn't have the eye popping feel to it and the colours seem so dull. Highly recommended!!
6/5/2012 6:45:29 AM
Van from Calgary writes:
- fast, accurate. AF work great. i'm sure D300s has better AF system, faster, but i'm not a sport Photographer D7000 works fine for me.
- i still love my D200, but i think i'll love D7000 more. half the price of D200. can't complain much.
Best in Show
4/5/2012 8:05:47 PM
Phil from St. John's writes:
- Smaller size.
Best ever picture quality.
Smaller, lighter, body.
Less bulky SD cards.
- So good it brings out the haters. Every bitter photog who spent more on a D300/s or D700 keeps giving fake reviews with low ratings.
- Beats my D300s hands down. Just got sick of lugging that big brick around so I got rid of it. No difference in build quality, anyway. Fits my big hands with room to spare.
Don't listen to th detractors.
4/4/2012 9:35:21 AM
Lindsay from Edmonton writes:
- Fast, silent and light.
- I bought this camera to replace my ancient D200 and I love it. It's so much more quiet (the shutter) and I love how it takes 2 memory cards. I would highly recommend.
Best Ever APS-C
3/10/2012 9:29:07 PM
Bill from Paradise writes:
- Superb IQ
Spot On Exposures Every Time
Higher Dynamic Range
Class Leading Video
Dual Card Slots
Slightly Bigger Than Its Predecessors
Fixed LCD Screen
- This camera is a class leader. Everything about it is better than its competitors.
Not for newbies. If you are not used to a high-end DSLR or are not willing to put the effort into learning how to use this camera you will have trouble with it like the few detractors reviewing here.
- Get this camera. I have 5 Nikon DSLRs and in 7 years and over 100,000 frames I have never had one that needed to be sent back to Nikon for a repair. I used to shoot Canon before and had loads of trouble with them.
Mediocre at Best...
12/31/2011 11:44:41 AM
Sheldon from Calgary writes:
- Compact size, light weight, quiet operation, and more than 12 megapixel resolution (what took Nikon so long?!)
- Poor AF, unreliable metering, decent high ISO noise performance compromised by inaccurate exposure and limited dynamic range.
- A step up from the D90, which was an even worse camera despite being popular with the amateur crowd. However, if you're looking for pro performance, skip the D7000 and get a D300s (a much better performer despite the older and lower-resolution sensor).
This Camera is one of the best DX format Cameras on the market
12/19/2011 8:09:49 AM
Luxter from Calgary writes:
- Excellent package for the price. Truly enjoy it in variety of conditions.
Compatibility with older lenses. Gee, you can mount manual focus lenses and shoot excellent pictures. I wish Nikon maintained older flash compatibility as well.
Two user programmable modes. Nice layout, Great range of controls. Nice size too.
Those who have problems with the camera functions likely have little experience in photography.
You just cannot expect the camera to do everything for you.
Silent mode is excellent.
- Hardly any, video mode is weak, but that is just the nature of the beast.
Want video? Get proper video camera.
- Highly recommended.
9/27/2011 12:16:15 AM
Wayne from Calgary writes:
- Like 2 Memory cards quite useful
16MP DX format
Great Picture quality
- Use a wrist strap so I pop the lid of the SD card frequently
Wished it had a few more modes on the main dial
- Upgraded from D90 and love it. If I it had the ability to bracket more than 3 exposures, I would retire my D300 as well.
D7000 Movie decent
2/27/2011 1:43:44 PM
Andrew from Calgary writes:
- like the movie mode, and picture when you can do the mean time
- focus cant leave at the auto mode, you need do it manually
- check the video i shoot by my 18-200 lense as well, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jZ6rPRiqYQ
D7000 is Class Leader
2/26/2011 9:13:47 PM
Willie from Toronto writes:
- Superb picture quality.
Great High ISO performance.
- So good I have stopped using my D700.
- I heard all the gripes about the D7000 and purposefully tested for these problems before deciding to keep it. You will need to put some effort into learning to use this camera but it is worth the extra time. I think too many people are giving up too soon. I'm thinking about getting rid of my big, ungainly D700 and getting another D7000. And Video Autofocus is class leading considering that few DSLR's have it.