The D7000 Nikon currently costs approximately $1500. It is a new class of Nikon camera. Its ISO performance and video recording are only some of the things that make it different to other Nikon cameras.

Design and Structure

The D7000 Nikon is made from a mix of composite and magnesium. It is weather sealed. It is the same size as the D90 but heavier.

The D7000 has a 3-inch LCD monitor. It has a mode or release dial but it is awkwardly located. You can buy it alone or complete with all the accessories you'll need. What's great about the Nikon D7000 is that it is compatible with many F mount glass and more than 60 lenses.

Image and Video Quality

The Nikon D700 has a fast power up time. It's ready to shoot less than a second after you switched it on.

The D7000 Nikon gives an excellent image quality. The photos taken at default settings are of good quality. It has superb high ISO, too. It also has a new AF system. It performs very well when shooting fast moving objects especially when you set it to scene or auto mode.

The flash range is not the longest. It reaches 11 feet in wide angle and only seven feet in telephoto. The recycling time is also slow. It takes 3 to 3.5 seconds before you can shoot with flash again.

It offers 1080p HD recording but it's disappointing to most users of high end digital cameras. Nonetheless, it is convenient to use for it has an automatic AF which other cameras of the same class lack. It is easy to switch to movie mode, too. You just have to go to live view, half push the shutter and press the record button.

The D7000 Nikon can be said to be a new class of Nikon cameras primarily because it uses a new processing system: EXPEED 2. It also has the 2016 pixel RGB 3D matrix metering system.

The battery life of Nikon D7000 is good. It can take more than a thousand photos before you need to recharge.


The D7000 Nikon is one of the digital SLRs that you can buy today. It is different from previous Nikon DSLRs in so many ways. It takes great photos of fast moving subjects even in low light settings. It has a fast power up time but the flash recycling time is a bit longer than other DSLRs.


Source by Andrew Gerard