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Do I return the recent Costco D90 purchase and buy a D7000 instead? Am I better off returning the D90 and lenses and purchasing a D7000 ($1500 with a kit 18-105mm lens)? Jan 3, 2011
I had a D-60 and was waiting for the D90 to drop, I came real close to pulling the trigger a few times, I am glad I waited. When I was looking at DSLRs somebody told me- that the D60 was a good learning camera, and one for people who pull it out on weekends, and want to upgrade from taking snap shots, the D90 was more of an enthusiast camera, and people who own one usually shoot every day. I have taken some really nice pictures with the D60. The internet is now full of D90-D7000 questions, and for me, it is no contest, I am really glad I got the D7000. To me, I see no reason to go after a New D90 with the D7000 available. If you wanted the D90, I would get one gently used ( look for lower for shutter actuations) as many people are selling theirs to get a 7k. As for lens, I skipped the 18-55/55-200 set up when I bought the D60, and Instead went with a 18-105, and later added a Sigma 70-300. Since that Time I upgraded to the Nikon Full frame 70-300 VR2 and it is killer. ( I also have a 35 mm prime which is great for portraits, and low light (F1.8) The D7k has more auto focus points, ability to AF during video (But while an improvement, still lacking a bit) Either Camera is overkill for beginners like us, but I am still learning new features and I got mine 11/15. Good lenses can stay with you as bodies evolve. My advice, get the D7K with a 18-105, you can later add a 70-300 lens when prices drop or rebates reappear.
will the lenses from my d-40 fit on the D7000 body? Oct 30, 2013
Here's a link from www.nikonusa.com that may help answer your question: http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-And-Explore/Article/go35b5yp/which-nikkor-lens-type-is-right-for-your-d-slr.html
I want to buy this nikon d7000 + Nikon SB-910 + 50mm f/1.4D + Sigma 884306 , please inform me if you send they to Brazil by FEDEX May 8, 2013
We will ship to Brazil but we do not guarantee delivery as once it leaves the US we cannot confirm.
d7000 body & 18-200 save 250$? I want buy d7000 body & 18-200 lens ,Can i god 250$ off? Mar 10, 2011
yes, if you buy from amazon only, not a 3rd party on amazon. Only when Amazon has the Nikon D7000 (Body Only) in stock you will see the promotion. Since the earthquake in Japan, I noticed the price of the 18-200vr going up. It was around under 700 a few weeks before.
Yes you can get body only, if you like. On the main product page there are 3 tabs (body only, with the 18-105mm, or the 18-200mm kit lenses) to chose from. If you have lenses already the body only option is a money saver. If you don't either kit lens is good for getting started. If you want a less expensive lens option you can get the body only and add a 35mm 1.8G or 50mm 1.8D lens which are great for learning and are capable of producing excellent shots. Your lens choice is based on needs and willingness to move around or have a zoom lens.
Does this come with anything besides the lens? I just ordered and can't find those details. Mar 26, 2014
I ordered mine body only. But this description says with 18-105mm lens.
It has no built in storage. It requires a card.
Add them to the cart. The price will be adjusted at checkout to reflect the promotional discounts.
Please, does this camera come with some case? Jul 14, 2013
Hi, in the 18-200mm lens kit it comes with the Nikon bag. For what I can see, it's the only kit with the bag included. It is exactly as the one shown on the photos; simple but nice and mostly for beginners because it can only store the camera with the lens on (I gave it to my dad). For the rest of the kit options (body only or 18-105mm) I wouldn't know but as it's not mentioned, I would assume that it doesn't come. Do I clear your doubt or where you asking something else? Cheers
I have a Nikon 5100. Does the 7000 take better pics, better DSLR, or is the higher price because 7000 has an auto and manual mode built in body? Sep 28, 2014
The Nikon D7000 has its own internal focus motor and works with every Nikkor lens made since 1986. Google Ken Rockwell's review on the D7000. He says it has the finest AF and metering system he has ever used on any Nikon system.