The Nikon D7000 is all about
image quality before all else
This gives the
photographer and filmmaker what Nikon calls a new class of Nikon camera.
This time Nikon didn't hold back on video recording features like
they did on the D90. Plus nearly all Nikon lenses ever made for Nikon cameras will work with the D7000, even
non-CPU and AIS lenses.
The Nikon D7000 features a 16.2MP CMOS DX-Format image sensor that's congruent with Nikon EXPEED 2 image processing, Capture
movies with full time AF, 6 frames per second burst shooting mode, a 39-Point autofocus System, a big 3"
LCD monitor, pentaprism
view finder, plus a pair slots for
SD, SDHC or SDXC memory cards. (You got it, Nikon scored a home run with the D7000 DSLR)
The D7000 boasts about it's 1080p HD video acquisition, while simultaneously a number of other recording selections including manual exposure handling. Internet-friendly video can be recorded at 720p at 24 or 30 frames per second, or capture cinema video quality at 24fps - each clip can be as long as 20 minutes. To supplement your movies, you can make use of an available hot shoe mount or wireless microphone employing the built-in stereo microphone input. The D7000 also incorporates, full time autofocus, plus Live View to record video. After you're done with your shooting and want your family and friends to see your masterpiece on the big TV screen, additionally, there's an
HDMI output to connect to single-cable HDTV.
Let's get back to the primary purpose of the D7000 - still digital images. The combination of the 16.2MP CMOS DX-forma sensor and the unique Nikon EXPEED 2 image processor engine will go a long way to assist you in capturing fantastic, dazzling, appealing, and
JPEG, JPEG+RAW and
RAW images. And there's plenty of pixel-power to create wall-dimension murals of scenes of your choice. Even if your thing is not photography wallpaper, the imaging capabilities of the D7000 comes with all the tools needed to capture comprehensive, crisp, and professional quality
Help the processor and sensor make those striking images are functions like
Nikon's 39 point AF system, RGB 3D Matrix Metering, and the built-in
i-TTL flash with Speedlight
compatibility, and The l
D7000 just happens to be compatible with over 60 NIKKOR lenses. Other
useful features include: a 100-6400 ISO
setting, 14-bit analog/digital conversion, 6 frame-per-second
burst speed for up to 100 images, and many other features.
Still or Video the D7000 writes to enduring, no hassle SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards.
There is also twin memory card slots
- No need to change your media in the middle of a shoot. Just switch to the second
card without disruption.
Is there anything else I possibly tell you about this wonderful Nikon D7000? Did
I mention that the camera also gives you Picture
Control system in addition to the other major bells and whistles. Choose from scene settings like monochrome,
landscape. You can also employ scene modes with names such as close-up, child, and
night portrait. Other ingenious functions include in-camera RAW image processing
and the capability to insert in special effects such as
fisheye and a miniature style.
Released 10/14/2010 ✓
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