Really good camera
Easy to manage settings
Good battery life
Comfortable to hold
PLUS: + Good image quality, even at high ISO + intuitive operation, especially if you used the Nikon before + multi-adjustable, with fairly quick access + good battery life, especially without Live View / mkt image viewing + Dual memory card
MINUS: - tends to overexpose in some situations - Could have been bigger buffer and faster burst shooting / write memory
After about 1 ½ years and ~ 20,000 images begin to get weak track, which can be written like this
I'm happy with the time, such as the:
* Is reliable and trustworthy,
* Is just the right size for me with "normal-sized" hands, even if such. D300 feels even a little better, but is a vane-/smaksak
* Has a useful auto-iso function, which can be used often, because of the high image quality even when light levels fall / iso: n goes up, at least to ISO3200, ev. higher depending on requirements.
* Has two memory card slots; handy for two aspect ratios and / or if you want more space.
* Can also use wireless Eye-fi SD card. Jpg (second) compartment, which of course makes the space even more,
* It is quite fast, but had not been disappointed by the higher speed and larger buffer memory
* Occasionally uncertain (= over) exposure in tex. sunlight, but can of course be addressed, especially if you are running raw + jpg
Have tried filming much less, but it seems too good, at least in terms of image. As for sound, one can connect an external microphone, if desired, for even better sound ...
One tip is to buy fast memory card, for both (HD) filming as fast & sustained burst shooting & transmission.
To sum it all up: it gets good pictures and it is understandable to use so D7000 is recommended in the current situation, if you want an SLR at a reasonable cost, and / or do not want to wait / spend more on new D7100, or fullformat/35 D600 mm.
In the beginning was the score was 9-10, now rather 8-9: it may be the latter simply.
Very nice device!
Is very good to have and do with, you want to take pictures like a pro as you can do it, you want to take pictures easily without straining you'll fix the D7000 also.
I've tried the camera to photograph the most and it gets 10p on everything from macro lens to take with a big zoom lens for sports.
Can only recommend this camera for semi photographers to beginners.
I've had my Nikon D7000 for about 2 months now and I am super happy. Had predicted a Nikon D3000, so for me it has been a major update.
Located nicely in the hand, not heavy and bulky like some cameras can be. A stable and weatherproof camera housing, so it should be!
Have also tried to film a portion of my expectations in terms of quality of the film.
The downside is Nikon's bundled CD with'' Nikon Transfer'' and the program where you can put together their own movie. The program can not be bothered much, there are many times you get to sit and wait for the answer'' no'' box should disappear. For example you can not have more than 4 videos with more than 1 minute of playing time. Then says the program stopped, can not edit or'' major'' movies.
Incidentally, you can hardly have a better camera, it really has it all! And is really affordable!