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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 19, 2013
Well we used to have a Canon EOS rebel. The pictures were ok, but not mind blowing. One of my friends got the Nikon D7000 and he absolutely loved the camera. So this past Christmas we researched more and finally decided it was time to upgrade. We love the pictures. I am not a pro by any measure, so the book and CD are good if you want to learn photography. Overall great camera and excellent in low light.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 3, 2012
Nikon is user friendly and performs outstandingly. The quality of the photos are amazing. It is also not as heavy as most of the FX format cameras. I wanted the D600 but could not afford it. But I must say now I am thrilled that I spent $1,000 less and got exactly what I want- A GREAT CAMERA!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 27, 2012
This camera has it all. Great pictures and easy for making movies. This camera is for the serious amateur who is venturing from SLR to DSLR. You can let the camera set up for the shot, or you can manually do it. The best of both worlds. Out of the box and you are taking incredible pictures. Best thing I have purchased in a long time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on September 3, 2013
Im slowly learning my way around this camera and enjoying every second. Takes amazing photos just with the auto setting, but has endless capabilities beyond that. I'm new to dslr photos, not a pro. Easy to learn and very rewarding.
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on October 9, 2012
So for starters, I must admit: I am no photography expert but getting to grips with this camera and its amazing potential was a breeze with the user manual.
What I like about it most is its usability, I'm a bit challenged when it comes to gadgets to be honest but Nikon have done an amazing job of making incredible function relatively simple to execute. The 3" LCD screen also makes reviewing shots whilst your out enjoyable instead of strenuous! This lets me delete all the crappy shots before I get home and show off my skills. I got it on [...] with the help of friends
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on May 25, 2015
I bought this camera from Costco about four years ago. After 1000s of pictures, I am still finding exciting new features and capabilities (like Multiple Exposures)! The battery lasts for weeks on one charge and the scan says the condition is still "New" ... close-ups of flowers, landscapes and sunsets, family portraits, sports, concerts, anything at all - all pictures are superb quality. And you can also store the RAW-NEF format for later editing. Great buy at this price!! (none of the pics below were edited)
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on January 16, 2013
First I would like to say this is my first DSLR. I decided to go big so I'm not limited by options in the future. I know some people say not to because it's dumb to do, I beg to differ. I learn stuff really quick. In the few hours I played with it I was getting close to pro shots with it. I did however spend my days on YouTube watching tutorial videos until it came of course.

This camera is great, heavy (A little over 3 pounds with lens on it), but great. The D7000 does everything I need to do, although I find myself needing a macro lens because the 18-200mm is not good enough for close up shots, I mainly do landscape anyway. Though I like to do a lot of close up photography was wishing I had a macro lens the whole time. So if that is what you like to do then look into the Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 SLD DG Macro Lens with built in motor for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras for a cheaper alliterative.

This camera is also weather sealed. But NOT waterproof. So this means DO NOT GET IT WET!

To keep this review short: I really love this camera, but you will find yourself wanting to spend more on lenses. If you can afford this camera than get it.

I wouldn't bother with buying an ESC for your camera either. You can get your homeowner's insurance to cover it and you're protected against more than you would be with an ESC.

As for how many photos you can take:
I always take my images on the highest setting.

With 32GB of memory you can get 1,000 photos.
With JPEG+RAW you can get about 400.

Maybe get two 128GB SD cards and put them into the camera. That should have you set for a long time.

You should have maybe 2-3 extra batteries also if you're taking this places also where you're unable to charge.
You should be able to get around 800 shots per battery.
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on August 13, 2013
Works like a charm, no issues in 1 month of use. Very easy to use, great quality and a lot of functionalities. Amazing photos!
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on July 14, 2013
The kit is as mentioned, comes with the nice bag, the lens is VR2, the SD Card is SanDisk 16GB class 10 (Doesn't say the transfer rate). It's a really big box with everything separated in boxes inside. I originally requested to be sent to Miami but then, after changing my trip itinerary, sent it to NYC. The shipping was expensive because of the size of the box. No complaints at all
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on July 12, 2013
Nikon d7000 is a great camera . Lens is very good. Clear
I'm very happy whith my new camera.
Before i had a d80,a good camera also , but now I see the difference
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