Nikon D7000 has been touted as a great all around DSLR

Submitted by on Jun 24, 2012

By Vinay Grover (All rights reserved)

Nikon D7000 can’t be dubbed as yet another ordinary DSLR from an extraordinary Nikon’s current line-up. At a first glance you might get perplexed to discover that Nikon D7000, the great all around DSLR, almost resembles its counterpart Nikon D90 and you can’t expect it in a no video mode. It might give you a feeling that whether these two products, in reality separated at birth! As both the products from Nikon current line-up has the same magnesium alloy body shell, but D7000 boasts a bit thicker rubber coating on the hand grip, and rear of the camera, to ensure a perfect unfazed picture. The mere look of this great DSLR could give its competitors’ a run for the money, as Nikon D7000 showcases a more robust look. Coming to the point of similarities between Nikon D7000 and D90 series, you will realize later that this match remains up to the outer look of the product only. Deep inside the product you could find a serious professional camera yet to be explored fully, which is why Nikon D7000 has been touted as a great all around DSLR.

Features of Nikon D7000 – great all around DSLR

We know that it’s the features of products which make or mar their
magnitude. This also holds true as far as Nikon D7000 is concerned. This fantastic DSLR comes bundled with great features like:

• It offers the second highest resolution of 16.2 effective megapixels CMOS sensor which no other DSLR offers in its series. The DSLR manages to come out with more quality light via its sharp NIKKOR lenses. The result is more stunning images which are richer in tone and detail.
• The optimal ISO of this DSLR at normal setting is 100-6400, which can be raised up to Hi 2 (ISO 25600 equivalent).

• It also has 39-point AF system with 3D AF tracking, which is usually associated with subject color.

• It’s newly introduced 2016 pixel metering sensor Scene Recognition Systems helps WB/metering + focus accuracy.

• Other features include built-in intervalometer, electronic virtual horizon, which set it apart from other DSLRs available.

• Nikon D7000 exclusive Active D-Lighting feature helps in preserving details in the highlights and shadowy areas of images which are shot in high-contrast scenes.

• One of the most important features of Nikon D7000 great all around DSLR is its noise reducing capability with the assistance of its new image-processing engine “EXPEED 2”.