|NEW Nikon - D7000 Digital SLR Camera DSLR w/ 18-140mm VR Lens - Black.|
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|Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera Body + 18-200mm VR II Lens & 32GB Starter Kit|
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|Impressive and versatile, this Nikon 16.2 MP camera is capable of capturing your memories forever and producing amazing snapshots no matter where you are. With its black body, the Nikon D7000 will be a classic platform for preserving memories. This Nikon digital SLR camera features an HDMI slot, therefore you can catch your special moments in realistic clarity and share them with family and friends. Make distant horizons appear closer without losing crisp quality with the 5.8x optical zoom lens featured on this Nikon 16.2 MP camera. Furthermore, the Nikon D7000 features prolonged battery life, therefore you can use it for extended periods of time. With the large-sized image sensor found on this Nikon digital SLR camera, you can deliver 12x18 inch photographs of the special events in your life in realistic clarity. Enlarging and cropping will not result in pixelated pictures if you get a camera with a larger number of megapixels. This Nikon 16.2 MP camera includes a replaceable flash memory card enabling you to configure the quantity of storage available for shooting. The remarkable 3-inch LCD monitor featured on the Nikon D7000 makes it easy for you to play back shots of the preserved moments of your life. Great pictures and wonderful performance are yours with this Nikon digital SLR camera thanks to its reliability, controls, and electronics. An 18-200mm separate lens and a body are part of this camera kit.|
|UPC||018208130191, 018208884698, 609728170714, 689466358278|
|Camera Type||Digital SLR|
|Sensor Resolution||16.2 MP|
|Sensor Size||15.6 x 23.6mm|
|Lens Type||Zoom lens|
|Lens For SD||AF-S DX18-200mm ED VR II|
|Focal Length Range||18mm - 200mm|
|Focus Adjustment||Autofocus & Manual Focus, Automatic, Manual|
|Lens Filter Size||72 mm|
|Lens System Features||Internal Focusing System, ED Glass, Silent Wave Motor (SWM), Aspherical Lens, VR (Vibration Reduction)|
|Auto Focus type||TTL contrast and phase detection|
|Lens Construction||12 groups / 16 elements|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||27 - 300mm|
|Exposure Metering||3D color matrix II, Center-Weighted, spot (2.4%)|
|Light Sensitivity||ISO 100-25600, ISO auto|
|Light Sensitivity Max||25600|
|Flash Type||Pop-up Flash|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Camera Flash Features||AF Illuminator, Flash +/- Compensation, Front Sync Flash, Rear Sync Flash, Red-eye Reduction Flash, Slow Sync, Wireless Off-Camera Control|
|Flash Modes||Rear Curtain Sync, Red-eye Reduction, Slow Synchro|
|Memory / Storage|
|Supported Flash Memory||SD Card, SD Memory Card, SDHC Card, SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Card, SDXC Memory Card|
|Viewfinder Type||Optical, Optical (Through-the-lens)|
|Optical Viewfinder Type||Fixed eye-level pentaprism|
|Viewfinder - Field Coverage||100%|
|Dioptric Correction Range||-3 to +1|
|Screen Details||LCD display - 3"|
|Microphone Type||Microphone - built-in - mono|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Mono|
|Connector Types||1 x HDMI output, 1 x Hi-Speed USB ¦ 1 x HDMI output ¦ 1 x composite video/audio output ¦ 1 x remote control, 1 x USB, 1 x composite video/audio output, 1 x remote control|
|Expansion Slot||2 X SD Memory Card|
|System Requirements for PC Connection|
|Operating System Supported||Apple Mac OS X 10, Apple Mac OS X 10.4.11, Apple Mac OS X 10.5.8, Apple Mac OS X 10.6.4, MS Windows 7, MS Windows Vista, MS Windows XP SP3, Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP|
|Battery Form Factor||Manufacturer specific|
|Digital Video Format||H.264, HD (High Definition), MOV, MPEG-4, Motion JPEG|
|Still Image Format||JPEG, NEF (RAW), RAW + JPEG, Raw Image|
|Max Video Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Min Operating Temperature||0 °C|
|Max Operating Temperature||40 °C|
|Additional Features||1080p Full HD Movie Recording, AE/FE Lock, AF Lock, Active D-Lighting Technology, Anti-Dust Technology, Automatic Face Tracking, Brightness Control, Built-In GPS, Cropping An Image, DPOF Support, Date/Time Stamp, Depth-Of-Field Preview Button, Digital Image Rotation, Direct Print, Dust Delete Data System, Dust proof, Edit Function, Exif Print Support, Face Zoom, HDMI, Highlight Point Display, Histogram Display, Interchangeable Lenses, LCD Live View Mode, Moisture Resistant, Orientation Detection, PictBridge Support, Red eye Fix, Resizing an Image, Scene Recognition System (SRS), Text Input To Exif Header, USB 2.0 Compatibility, Waterproof, With Tripod Mount|
|Shooting Programs||Autumn color, Beach/snow, Blossom, Candle, Children, Close-up, Dawn/dusk, Food, High key, Landscape, Low key, Night landscape, Night portrait, Party/indoor, Pet, Portrait mode, Silhouette, Sports mode, Sunset|
|Special Effects||Color outline, Color sketch, Fisheye, Landscape, Miniature, Monochrome, Neutral, Portrait, Vivid|
|White Balance||Auto, Cloudy (Preset), Colour Temperature Adjust, Daylight / Sunny (Preset), Flash (Preset), Fluorescent (Preset), Incandescent (Preset), Shade (Preset)|
|Continuous Shooting Speed||6 frames per second|
Average review score based on 135 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
The good: Excellent performance for its class; great viewfinder; control locations and operations streamlined over previous Nikon dSLRs; double SDXC-compatible card slots.
The bad: No 1080/30p video.
The bottom line: An excellent dSLR for experienced shooters or Nikon professionals looking for a relatively cheap option, the Nikon D7000 delivers on almost all counts, including the company's best shooting design to date.
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When it comes to mid-to-high-end dSLRs, it takes quite a bit to float my boat these days. 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 (and perhaps video). That's a lot more elusive than you'd expect.
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My wife & I recently bought a pair of D7000 cameras.
We've found that the external dedicated buttons for functions are far better than having to access menu's to activate them! We especially like being able to select the release modes this way.
I'm fond of the MB-D11 extended battery/grip, and the increased functionality it gives me. I can shoot all day, even flash mode settings, and I don't worry about having to replace the battery.
If that weren't enough, a 2nd SD card slot is built in! Now you're truly free from carrying extra batteries and cards that steal your attention and time from shooting pictures.
Of particular interest to me, is the D7000's ability to allow the user to push the camera to an astounding 6400 (up to 25600 in H2.0 setting), which allows you to shoot in extremely low light settings. Couple this with the ability to capture fast moving action, with up to 1/8000 sec. shutter speed!
Of the thousands of pictures I've taken with the D7000, I've never been disappointed with the results. If there were problems, it's been proven to have been mine, not the D7000.
The 16.2 Megapixel image sensor is large enough to allow very large image files to be captured and cropped to the users satisfaction.
There are quite a few pre-loaded settings the user can call upon in Scene mode. They are literally point and shoot, freeing up the user to concentrate on composition and quality.
If a user feels confident about trying to fly on their own, full manual mode can be used. Then, just set the aperture and the shutter speed to achieve the exposure you desire. Of course, the old standby's, Program, Aperture and Shutter priority modes can be utilized.
I know I've barely scratched the surface of this camera's features and strengths. They're just the one's I've found to be the most beneficial to me.
Of all the features the D7000 offers the user, I find it impossible to pick a single feature I'd call my single favorite.
If I had to pick, it would be the "Scene" mode. This allows users with minimal experience to obtain results seasoned professionals could obtain. That is a significant edge for anyone serious about obtaining the best photo's they can, with minimum effort, or experience. The only thing easier, would be if someone else took the pictures, and you were given credit for it.
The D7000 is a composite of it's parts, and all the parts work extremely well together.
I've been taking pictures since I can remember myself, if it's with a Film in the 90's or Polaroid, or the Camera phones I had in the last few years. But I always wanted to "Go pro" and start shooting those amazing quality pictures you all probably see everyday in the news or on the Internet.
I chose the D7000 as my first professional camera because the D90 (which is awesome), is too out-dated and this one is Fresh and Inexpensive. The D7000 is not the cheapest camera you can buy, but after reading many many reviews and doing quite a big research, I came to the conclusion that I will not settle for less.
This camera has Many Many of the brilliant pro features you will find on a much more expensive camera. The technology is unbelievable, and the quality of the pictures is outstanding!, I do not think there is a better camera that you will get for this ones price, and why settle for less, when you can have a tool that will serve you for years.
I have it for a few months now, and I've used a few lenses, and many different shooting techniques and equipment. This camera kept surprising me with it's features, it simply has everything on the tip of your fingers, it's easy to change: Aperture, Shutter speed, ISO, White balance, Auto Focus setting and many more, with the quick-buttons you have preset on it's body.
It's a little bit heavy, but not too heavy. The weight keeps the camera more balanced in your hands. Even the front built-in Flash is quite alright, and you can take a decent photo with it (something you don't really get in every camera). It has a built-in Focus engine, which is very very important if you want to use manual or old lenses.
I have to thank Nikon for being brilliant and I thank myself for taking this step into the Pro world of photography.
As a serious amateur photographer, I have been using a Nikon D3 but was looking for a smaller, lighter camera for travel that would accept Nikon AIS manual focus lenses (I use them a lot). I am more than happy with the D7000. It takes wonderful photos -- almost as good as the D3 (which remains still better in low-light) and has every feature most of us could ask for. It is a very well-built camera (mine dropped onto the floor the first day I had it and suffered no damage or malfunction at all-- thank goodness!), and designed with all the good ergonomics Nikon is famous for. It's not the cheapest camera, but it's a great value for what you get.
This camera takes excellent pictures. The picture quality is outstanding. The features are top notch, although it does take some learning on how to navigate around all the features. I would definitely say that this is a semi pro (if not pro) peace of gear. After owning a D7000 and learning how to use it, you will not want to own a camera lower then this, you will definitely notice the difference in picture quality of this compared to another camera. When used right, you will get professional results.