Has previously been Canon owners (analog and 450D), was robbed of all the equipment and took the opportunity to upgrade. For my maximum limit around 10K, it was no doubt that the D7000 gave the most for your money.
+ Build Quality
Feels really sturdy and well built in this class.
+ Camera grow in
If you have previously had an entry-level camera and want to upgrade and evolve has this camera most of the time. Enormously settings and above all, they are useful, not just for show
Beats my old Canon 450D with horse lengths. ISO1600 is no problem, ISO3200 useful. Makes the camera more useful in low light. My old gave up at ISO800
Feels really good balanced
+ Autofocus (includes built-in motor)
Works really well even though I have not completely learned how it chooses. Many configuration options. Built-in motor allows you to use more lenses.
Feel like eg The Canon 60D is a bit better at this. No problem for me since I bought the camera for the photo, not the movie.
- Controls / Ergonomics: (Where should I make of the thumb?)
As an old Canonist I think Nikon has a lot to work on here. Canon grip fits me better and controls that I use often (eg ISO and manual focus point) has the least tricky placements according to me, requires two hands. First, the D300s will be good Nikon side, the Canon side, it is better further down the ladder.
Had D60 D5000 and do not unite now I'm really happy.
Am so happy with my D7000 love everything about it.
Have had mine now for 8 weeks.
Quite amazingly good camera, just in weight and size, incredible good noise handling.
Good with many AF points, good placement of buttons, good resolution, good image quality, dual SD card slots, 100% viewfinder.
Can not think of anything negative with this camera, even for those who are interested in horse photos and want to shoot in the indoor arena, this excellent if you can tolerate a little noise if you do not have such a bright lens.
Performs even better than expected! Too bad erase such wonderful pictures.
advice: BUY! if you want a good camera for the money, this is really a good option (:
Have had one for nearly 2 months. Superb performance in low light (both ISO and autofocus), very fast at all times and can take old AI lenses - especially with working aperture info as well as light / distance measuring!
I shoot a lot with manual lenses (Carl Zeiss, Nikkor AI) and has much advantage of distance indicator with three modes instead of one as in the previous house (> o
Only negative is the grip, the camera becomes quite front-heavy with a larger lens if one is to examine the display often. The solution was the new (somewhat expensive) battery grip for 2000: -.
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