Monday, April 30, 2012

Nikon D7000 price

Nikon D7000 price

enthusiast-targeted competition for the Canon EOS 60D and 7D, Olympus E5, Pentax K-7 et al arrives in the impressively rigid shape and form of this 16.2 megapixel digital leviathan. As a nod toward semi pro status it also features twin media card slots so there's less chance of 'weekend warriors' who shoot weddings and the ilk in their spare time getting caught short of storage. We've already spotlighted the 16.2 million pixel effective resolution.

derived from a Nikon DX format (as opposed to full frame FX format) CMOS sensor. Some 39 auto focus points and the by now standard inclusion of AF tracking - here the grandly christened 3D tracking (following a subject not just across the frame but from back to front of frame also) likewise make an appearance, and very competent they are too, though when shooting our friend's celebrations with several people moving about the frame we were naturally inclined to switch to manual focusing and pick out our intended target ourselves.

Graced with a 16.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, the Nikon D7000 is the second consumer Nikon to exceed the 12-megapixel mark. Metering is also improved in the Nikon D7000, with a new 3D Color Matrix Metering sensor with more than twice the pixels of past sensors at 2,016 pixels instead of the 1,005 in Nikon's pro cameras.
100 percent viewfinder coverage promi

ses easier image framing as well, a major improvement in the Nikon D7000.
There's a whole lot more new about the Nikon D7000. Check out our Nikon D7000 Review below for more.

The Nikon D7000 digital camera began shipping from October 2010, with pricing set at about US$1,200 body-only. The Nikon D90 remains in the product line.
The Nikon D7000 looks to be a worthy evolution of the first digital SLR to shoot video.

Drive mode and Autofocus mode buttons are removed from the right of the monochrome LCD.

The D90's wide metal camera strap lugs are replaced with the smaller lugs that require D-rings to accept a cloth camera strap. This is more a liability than an improvement, as the Nikon D7000's D-rings make noise that is picked up by the camera's microphone while you shoot video. The D90's cloth-to-metal design makes more sense for a video-capable camera.

The D7000's Live view mode is now activated by a new selector lever on the camera's rear, which features a dedicated movie record button at its center.

Editing :

The Nikon D7000 retains the in-camera Raw file processing and image retouching capabilities of its predecessor, and adds a couple of new tricks.

The flash is fully compatible with the Nikon Creative Lighting System (CLS) and delivers well-balanced flash exposures thanks to the innovative I-TTL flash control. The built-in flash also offers Commander mode to trigger remote flash units when using Advanced Wireless Lighting.

Experience stunning images with sharp resolution and smooth tonal gradation, thanks to the 16-megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor and a powerful EXPEED 2 image processing engine. Expect your images tack-sharp and accurately exposed, thanks to the camera’s 39-point AF and Scene Recognition System using a 2,016-pixel RGB matrix metering sensor. 0.052-second release time lag and approx. 6 frames-per-second shooting, you won’t miss a moment.

Standard ISO :

With improved pixel quality of the image sensor comes a wider ISO range from the DX-format  ISO 100 to 6400 has now become standard with the D7000, enabling you to handle a wider range of lighting situations: from the bright and sunny outdoors to low-lit evenings and interiors. Throughout the range, the D7000 delivers sharp images with minimized color noise. Quality high-ISO performance can also enhance a lot for movie shooting, allowing you to capture the mood of a scene using only available light.

In addition to smooth-moving images, the camera can compensate for distortion and other image-degrading problems.
Picture Control:

You can transform the look of an image simply by selecting from the camera’s Picture Control menu.
The dedicated battery pack MB-D11 ensures longer battery power. Experience stunning images with sharp resolution and smooth tonal gradation, thanks to the 16-megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor and a powerful EXPEED 2 image processing engine.

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