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Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera Body Only (16.2MP) 3 inch LCD - (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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Body Only
  • 16.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor
  • High ISO (100-6400) light sensitivity - extendable up to 25600
  • EXPEED 2: Nikon’s advanced image processing engine
  • Twin SD card slots: SDXC compatible
  • Razor-sharp 39-point AF system

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Product details

Colour Name: Black | Size: Body Only
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 13.2 x 10.4 cm ; 780 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.3 Kg
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 25468
  • ASIN: B0042X9LC4
  • Date first available at 15 Sept. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,144 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)


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Product Description

The D7000 is a new mid-class DX-format camera with a compact body loaded with a number of advanced functions.

As the D-SLR market expands, D-SLR users are becoming more diverse to include those who demand the ability to capture images with greater definition and image quality, those looking for more advanced shooting functions, and those looking for the ability to record movies with the rich power of expression that is only possible with SLR cameras.

The D7000 is a high-quality mid-class D-SLR that responds to user demands with a variety of the latest camera technologies and functions for high-quality, high-definition shooting, all in a durable, high-performance, yet compact body. Among its features are a new DX-format CMOS image sensor, Nikon's latest image-processing engine, EXPEED 2, a new 2,016-pixel metering sensor, a new AF system that utilizes 39 focus points, and the D-Movie function that enables recording of full HD movies.

The Nikon D7000 is commonly used for Family photos, Landscape/scenery, Low light, Sports/action, Travel, Video, Weddings, Wildlife and more. The Nikon D7000 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual photographer, Photo enthusiast, Pro photographer, Semi-pro photographer among others. The Nikon D7000 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Nikon D7000: Easy to use, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Fast shutter speed, Good image quality, High ISO performance, Image stabilization, Large clear LCD, Long battery life, Quiet, Tilt /swivel LCD to mention just a few.

Box Contains

  • Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Body Cap
  • LCD Monitor Cover
  • Hot Shoe Cover
  • Eyepiece Cup
  • AV cable
  • USB cable
  • Lithium Ion battery
  • Battery charger
  • ViewNX2 all in one software package
  • Quick Start Guide
  • User Guide
  • 2 Year Warranty

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.5 out of 5 stars

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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By D. Kong on 14 May 2013
    Colour Name: BlackSize: Body Only Verified Purchase
    I have been monitoring this camera for several months and read every review going. When Nikon announced their cash back, I jumped at the chance and I am delighted.

    I am not a professional photographer, so my review comes from an enthusiast point of view having come from a D3100. Incidentally, I am keeping my D3100 because I cannot bear to part with it. I have several lenses to pair with my D7000 including a 35 f1.8G, 85 1.8G, 55-300 VR and the main lens which I use which is a 17-55mm.

    Look and feel
    After becoming so used to the D3100 lightweight body, the D7000 seems much bulkier but in a good way. It feels good in the hand and paired with the equally tank-like 17-55mm it has some weight behind it. Moving from the D3100 to D7000 was easy as the controls are familiar. I used to like having the ISO/Aperture/Shutter Speed information in the live view so getting used to this on the small panel at the top right took some time however now I think this is great and prefer it. It also saves battery by keeping the live view off. However, like most things with this camera, you can customise it so this is on by default should you wish. I like how most of the main function buttons fall where you naturally hold the camera. My one gripe was that when I was moving the autofocus point while looking through the viewfinder, my thumb was right underneath my cheek making it slightly awkward. A minor negative in the scheme of things.

    One thing that annoyed me with the D3100 was the auto-ISO function, which I sometimes used when I was being lazy! You had to go into the main menu to turn it on (or off). This took about 10 seconds of annoyance. Now, I have set my U1 setting in my D7000 to auto-ISO. So, now when if I want this on, I can just turn the dial.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Piston Broke on 1 Jan. 2013
    Colour Name: BlackSize: Body Only
    I owned a D200 for many years and loved the simplicity of it. The D7000 is the obvious upgrade to the D200 (or similar cameras) if you don't have the budget for something like a D3. Although the body is slightly smaller, the functionality of the D7000 is much the same as the D200 but they've tampered with the autofocus, and made it TOO automatic. With a bit of practise you get used to it, but this is a classic case of "If it ain't broke, why fix it?". They also took off the sync connector-why? That's plain daft. They've also added a nasty Canon style mode dial on the top left. Some nice touches, though - having 2 card slots and being able to store the raw file on one, and the jpeg on the other is great. Makes it much easier to sort out the crap shots in post-production. The slightly bigger screen is helpful, and the pixel count of 16mp helps when enlarging pics. Good general build quality-the metal parts of the body makes it heavier than the plastic Canons, but it feels very robust. Being a bit of a Luddite, I generally don't like "live-view", but it works OK here, if you want that sort of thing. Don't understand why all the manufacturers are bigging-up video on stills cameras. I'll never use video on this camera-if I want video I'll use a proper video camera, so I won't comment on the video function. There have been lots of comments on review sites about this camera over-exposing highlights - I have NEVER found that to be the case.
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mohan Kumar on 2 April 2012
    Colour Name: BlackSize: 18-105 VR Kit Verified Purchase
    Decided to purchase D7000 after 2 months of researching and investigations. I had short listed Nikon D7000 and Canon 7D and finally decided in the favour of D7000. I ordered in the afternoon and it was delivered the next day before 9:00 AM. The initial results of the camera are just amazing, high quality images in low light and normal light. The images show natural colors and nice tones on the skin. The camera is full of features and functions that I am sure will take some time to understand. But I could start shooting without reading the thick manual because the buttons are quite easy to understand.
    I would recommend this camera to anyone who does not want to spend a fortune on pro cameras like D800 and 5DMark III etc which are also very big and heavy.
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    104 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Ripple TOP 500 REVIEWER on 4 Jan. 2011
    Colour Name: BlackSize: 18-105 VR Kit
    Chances are that if you are even considering this camera, it is as an upgrade. There are now countless comparisons in the photo magazines and on the web that you can use to check out how it compares in features, so there's little merit in repeating them here. It's certainly an "enthusiast" spec so for a starter camera it is probably more than you will need to pay. Camera manufacturers don't make it easy as each are backing slightly different technology horses - and at the end of the day (which coincidently is a time when this camera is particularly good due to it's ability to handle low light with remarkably little noise) it's a matter of personal preference which manufacturer you favour. I find Nikons fit better in the hand than Canon or Pentax cameras - so head to your camera petting zoo to see which one fits best for you. I also find the controls more intuitive with the two wheel system. I also prefer Nikon's colour performance particularly compared with Canon's more saturated colour rendition, but since you will probably use some PC processing, this is not a deal breaker. If you believe the mark of quality is in resolution, you can get more Mps with a Canon 550d- but at 16.2 Mp this is more than adequate for the amateur and prints at least A3 sized with no problem or loss of clarity. And the quality is down as much to the quality of processor as to the number of pixels per se. If you have a heap of Canon (or other) lenses though, then it's probably not great enough to warrant the cost of changing horses in midstream as Nikon lenses house the autofocus on the lenses rather than in the body as Canon does.Read more ›
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