D7000 – the ultimate enthusiast’s digital-SLR

Are you looking for a DSLR that suits the needs of professionals as easily as it satisfies enthusiasts? Look no further than the Nikon D7000 – the ultimate mid-level digital-SLR.

A favourite already with Nikon Professionals and Ambassadors, the D7000 packs an impressive range of features.

Features include:

  • A better sensor
  • The heart of the D7000 is Nikon’s new CMOS image sensor, hand in hand with the EXPEED 2 image processing engine. The sensor offers an equivalent pixel count of 16.2 million pixels, making it easier to take large and detailed images with smoothly graduated detail and rich tones.

  • Expeed 2 processing
  • The chip, or “engine” powering the D7000 is Nikon’s advanced EXPEED 2 processor, which brings to the table much faster image processing.

  • A body beautiful
  • The body of the D7000 is made from magnesium alloy, making the camera both tough and good looking. Better seals at the joins keep out moisture and dust increasing the cameras durability.

  • Massive metering sensor
  • The 2016-pixel metering sensor delivers double the pixels as Nikon’s previous sensor. It measures all important information in a scene prior to shooting, which is then processed and applied to set the camera’s auto focus, fill-flash and auto white balance.

  • Superior AF
  • It’s common for many DSLRs to feature around a dozen autofocus points points, but Nikon’s D7000 takes it to whole new level with 39 effective focus points. Accurate subject tracking in diverse conditions is now possible.

  • HD D-Movie
  • True HD (1920 x 1080) video is part of the D7000’s suite of talents. Shooting at 24 frames per second, the HD capabilities of the D7000 open up new opportunities and eliminate the need for a camcorder.

  • Other friendly features
  • The D7000 includes two memory cards, an optional multi-power battery pack MB-D11 with its ability to take ordinary AA batteries, two user pre-set modes and a ‘Live View’ button.

For more information and a in-depth product presentation, check out this video:

Click here for more information about the D7000 and a list of stockists.

Published by mynikonlife Dec 25, 2010
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