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Nikon D7000

Nikon D7000

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We've given the D7000 a grade of A-.
This product is ranked
9th of 29 in Consumer dSLR
36th of 157 in 14-16 Megapixels Digital Cameras
16th of 33 in $600 - $1000
21st of 66 in Nikon Digital Cameras

Editor's Review

The D7000 is Nikon's latest enthusiast dSLR, occupying the spot in their dSLR lineup between the D90 and D300s models. It's packed with a 16.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor, a wide ISO range, 6 frames per second burst mode, and an excellent 3D Color Matrix exposure sensor. Image quality is among the best on the APS-C market, a tad better than the Canon 60D and about equal to the Pentax K-5. Other welcome additions include a dual SD card slot and a 100% viewfinder, both features normally found on much more expensive dSLRs. 

Canon’s 60D is the D7000’s closest competitor, with the photo/video balance leaning more toward photo for the D7000 and video for the 60D. That's not to say that the D7000 is a slouch for video -- it still shoots 1080p video with continuous autofocus -- but the button-and-dial-heavy interface and 39-point autofocus system seem to be aimed squarely at photography enthusiasts. It's a powerful camera by consumer standards, a little sparse for semi-pros, but looks like a great balance for the photography buffs and enthusiasts. Reviews have been favorable so far, and retailers have been having a tough time keeping this thing in stock – though that may have just as much to do with supply side as the demand side. If you're a Nikon enthusiast, you're probably going to love this thing.

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  • 16.2 megapixels
  • DX-format CMOS sensor
  • 1080p, 24fps HD video w/ continuous autofocus
  • Pentaprism viewfinder, 100 percent coverage
  • 3-inch LCD monitor (921k dots)
  • Magnesium alloy body
  • EXPEED 2 image processor
  • ISO 100-6400 (25,600 expanded)
  • 3D color matrix exposure sensor
  • 6fps continuous shooting
  • 18-105mm kit lens
  • Captures to SD/SDHC media cards, two slots
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Release Date: Oct 31, 2010

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