Power to Astonish. Features to Inspire.
- EN-EL15 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
- MH-25 QuickCharger
- DK-5 Eyepiece Cap
- DK-21 Rubber Eyecup
- UC-E4 USB Cable
- EG-D2 Audio Video Cable
- AN-DC1 Camera Strap
- BM-11 LCD Monitor Cover
- BF-1B Body Cap
- BS-1 Accessory Shoe Cover
- ViewNX 2 CD-ROM
CNET Editors' Choice Award
CNET's Lori Grunin gave the Nikon D7000 D-SLR a CNET Editors' Choice award after reviewing the camera and finding it to be a great camera for experienced photographers and pros who don't have specific needs like full-frame or fastest burst possible. She noted that the D7000 is sturdy and well built with a compelling feature set; offering first rate photo quality and performance. The CNET Editors' Choice award is given to products that can change the competitive landscape, whether through innovation, exceptional value, ease of use, or a boost to users' productivity.
Nikon D7000 Reviewby Lars Rehm and Barnaby Britton
DP Review has posted its review of the Nikon D7000 D-SLR by Lars Rehm and Barnaby Britton. Rehm and Britton found the camera to be an excellent enthusiast's D-SLR and awarded the D7000 with the dpreview.com Silver Award. The reviewers concluded that the D7000 offers the best high ISO performance of any current APS-C D-SLR. Rehm and Britton also touted the good detail and dynamic range offered by the camera, which are improved upon when shooting in RAW.
2010 Camera of the Year
Photofocus' Scott Bourne named the Nikon D7000 D-SLR his pick for camera of the year. Cameras that are given this recognition offer great bang for the buck, a new or innovative feature, a paradigm shifting function, amazing image quality and/or that special something extra. Bourne noted a number of compelling features of the camera including full-time autofocus in video mode, dual SD card slots supporting the fast SDXC format, and great ergonomics. He went on to say that the image quality from the D7000 is second to none, and when looking at bang for the buck, the camera is the finest D-SLR Nikon has ever made.
Nikon D7000 Reviewby Dan Havlik
Photo District News magazine's Dan Havlik posted a review of the Nikon D7000 to the pdnonline.com website exclaiming that it was, "the most fun camera I shot with this year..." He added that while the D7000 isn't a pro body, it would make a great second camera or primary camera for a photographer on a budget. Features that were touted by Havlik included the D7000's speed, durability and high quality still and HD video imagery. He concluded that the "D7000 is not only a versatile and fun D-SLR to use, it's the best camera of the year."
Nikon D7000 Reviewby David Schloss
David Schloss reviewed the Nikon D7000 D-SLR for the website pixiq.com. He prefaced his background, shooting for 35 years and reviewing every Nikon D-SLR model that has come out in the last nine years. Schloss then went on to say that the D7000 is one of the best cameras he's used. He noted its compact size, durability, and pro level feature set as reasons that make the camera ideal for the advanced enthusiast photographer. Some of the other features noted by Schloss were the help screen and its simple and understandable language, depth of customization available on the camera and ergonomics of the video controls. He concluded by saying that the D7000 is the best option for a pro looking for a second body or for the enthusiast who is looking for world-class performance at a reasonable price.
Nikon D7000 Reviewby Jim Keenan
Digital Camera Review's Jim Keenan posted a review of the Nikon D7000 D-SLR, touting the camera's still image and color quality, and high ISO performance. He also said that the new AF system in the D7000 is quick and accurate. Keenan noted that the D7000 and its DX imaging sensor is a strong competitor to any camera in the cropped sensor arena. Nikon's DX sensor and any other cropped sensors, as Keenan called them are smaller than full-frame image sensors.
Camera of the Year
PDN named the Nikon D7000 D-SLR the 2010 Camera of the Year. The camera was cited as a versatile and fun DSLR to use; with its combination of speed, durability, and sparkling still image and HD video quality. Technology editor Dan Havlik also noted that the D7000's ability to capture HD video recording in 1080p, with continuous autofocus was a major reason for the camera receiving such honors in PDN's 2010 Photo Gear of the Year.