Nikon D7000
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  • Great for landscapes
  • Easy to use
  • Good battery life
  • Solid build quality
  • Excellent value for the price

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Awesome Camera!
Absolutely loved it, I use to have a D7000 few years ago and ended up selling it so I was excited to have that model again but unfortunately I had to return it because I completely forgot to see if my previous owned lenses would be compatible with this model and they were not and right now I don’t h...
5/5
Nicolette
4 years ago
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great for beginners looking to upgrade!
I'm a fairly new photographer (hobbyist but hoping to get more serious about it) and wanted to upgrade from the little D3200 I learned on. I'm very happy about going with this model. It's definitely a step up, but if you know what you're doing, it takes no time at all to get used to the D7000. Has t...
5/5
austinguy
4 years ago
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Nikon D7000 Hands-on Review
Have the numbers upped on its spec sheet, rather lick on, has decided to up the whole class of this camera. To this is a DSLR that will kill to the serious enthusiasts level, as well as those who are progressing on from the entry-level Nick on DSLRs, even the d9 to Nick on already said themselves that the market is already reaching saturation point. I think that this camera really is a successful operation
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DigitalRev TV
3 months ago
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possibly the best budget DSLR
If you look carefully through the DSLR offer from all major brands, there are very few things that might make you buy a different one than the D7000. You might say it's a subjective point of view, but since I've been shooting film too (with the great F5) and has my share of digital compact experienc...
5/5
Raz
9 years ago
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Denon D7200, worth it next to the TH-X00/TH-900 ?
The D7200 has superior build, no question. Considering the recent inflation on the TH-X00s (any wood) or TH-900s, the D7200 dipping under 500 used might be interesting. I would take the D7200 over the old Denons (except maybe the D7000, which is basically a refined D2000/5000) and the TH-X00 Mahogany (which was a bit too bassy for me, with a smaller stage). I haven’t heard the D5200 and D9200.
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Nikon D7000 review part 1
I'Ve also provided sample images and movie files for you to download and check out on your own computer and, of course, there's my in-depth verdict, which compares the d7000 against key rivals and, alongside that all of the latest and best prices for all of these models. So if you're interested in a mid-range DSLR, you know where to go right now, head on over to my full review at camera, labs calm, you.
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Gordon Laing
3 months ago
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Another D7000 with Back Focus!!
Just like a lot of others, I too got a camera with the notorious back focus 'problem'! . But I was not worried because, before deciding on D7000 I did a search and found that back focus or front focus issue is not a specific D7000 (or Nikon) issue. Canon, Pentax, Sony, Olympus...they all have simila...
5/5
Amazonian
10 years ago
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I set out to upgrade to a Sony and came out with my first Fuji camera, couldn't be happier 🤩
I went from Nikon D7000 to a Fuji X-T1 after considering the original Sony a7. I have been happy with the camera even though it is not full frame.
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Nikon is still THE name in SLR's for me
This is my first digital SLR after 40+ years of using Nikon film cameras (FE, F2a, and F3), and so this review is geared toward that change; sorry, I don't have useful insights into comparisons to other digital SLR's. I had a brief run as a professional photographer and shot a lot of film over the y...
5/5
L. Heiman
8 years ago
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Help choosing between Nikon D3500 and D7500
The huge difference in in ergonomics and user interface. The D3000 series lacks a dial under the index finger, and it is generally smaller than what is ideal for the average size male. The D7000 series gives you the ability to use one dial under the thumb and one under the finger. This enables quick control over both aperture and shutter, so you can basically shoot manual without taking your eye from the view finder.

Specs

Model Name

Nikon D7000

Brand

Nikon

Form Factor

SLR

Skill Level

Professional