Nikon D7000 - Reviews Prove Camera To Be A Favorite Among Shutter Bugs
The new Nikon D7000, reviewed by most camera enthusiasts, has quickly established itself as a popular favorite in the DSLR market. With its 16 megapixels resolution and a user-friendly interface, the Nikon D7000 produces remarkable image details and is simple to use wherever you go. The camera has quickly earned 5 star ratings at popular online stores from customers, especially at places like http://nikond7000x.info
Camera fanatics will also be pleased to take advantage of its wide ISO range of 100 to 6400 and its low levels of noise. The Nikon D700 is also expected to produce more precise and accurately exposed images with its 39-point Auto Focus and Scene Recognition system.
Another talked about feature of the Nikon D7000 is its 0.052-second release time lag and 6 frames-per-second exposure up to 100 images, which undoubtedly excite many sports and racing fans alike. Nikon D7000 also offers both stills and movie shooting technology which is kept protected underneath its rugged magnesium alloy body which has been sealed against moist and dust.
Other notable features of the Nikon D7000 include,
- Improved image quality and speed: EXPEED 2 image processing engine
- Capture Full HD 1080p D-Movie with full-time autofocus and manual exposure
- Improved quality in highlight and shadow: Active D-Lighting
- 39-point AF & 2,016-pixel RGB sensor
- Sophisticated AE with highlight analysis
- Informed auto white balance (AWB)
- Contrast AF for live view and D-Movie
- Precision and durability: 150,000 cycles tested shutter unit
- Intuitive operation: strategically located dials, buttons and switches
- 921k-dots, 170-degree viewing angle, 3-inch LCD monitor
- Electronic Virtual Horizon
- Intelligent power management
- Nikon Creative Lighting System
- Picture Control: Portrait
- Optional Multi-Power Battery Pack MB-D11
Despite the exciting highlights of the new Nikon D7000, some users have reported issues with the video functions. One of the testers mentioned that the camera has problems with bright pixels that are stuck while shooting video in low light mode. With regard to this issue, Nikon has released a firmware upgrade but users are still not convinced if it fixes the core problem.
To read more customer reviews on the Nikon D7000, please go to http://nikond7000x.info
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