- Resolution: 16.2 MP
- Sensor size: 23.6 x 15.6 mm
- Screen size: 3 inch
- Sensor type: CMOS
- Type: DSLR
- Built-in Flash: Yes
- Red Eye Reduction: Yes
- Battery Type: Li-ion EN-EL15
- LCD Info Display: TFT LCD
- Lens Kit: 18 - 140 mm
Nikon D7000- 16.2 MP Digital SLR Camera with AF-S 18-140MM VR Lens:
Nikon D 7000 is a mid-range DSLR camera that has performance and high-end durability. This camera is priced at Rs. 47,490/-. This camera is ruling the camera market and makes quite an impression. Here is a review on this camera that is available across plenty of countries:
Built with a 16.2 MP sensor that comes with the DX-Format and comes with a CMOS image processing tag. The company has HD quality movies and has Full HD resolution. The camera has an Expeed 2 Processor Engine. It also has Image and video processing specs that are a ready boost. It also comes with Auto Focusing option and is built with 39 focus points, which allow us to identify and click the subjects without missing out on even a single detail. In addition to this, the camera has a burst shooting rate is a whooping 6 fps that captures pretty much everything you capture. The camera’s sensitivity offers a wider range up to the 6400 level and can be upped to 25600 under low-lighting conditions and the pictures do come out to reasonably sharp and detailed. Scene Recognition Mode is something to look forward to and allows the user to keep a track of the situations and automatically changes the situation.
Design and Display:
This is a pretty durable design and carries a magnesium alloy makes the backbone of this amazing camera. It also has weather-resistant console or secured sealing that works like a charm. The camera has a mode dial and has an effective wheel that is placed strategically. It also has a rubberized panel and feels great to use. In terms of display, this camera has a 3-inch TFT low-temperature Poly silicon technology. This LCD panel comes with VGA resolution and has 10 degrees wide angle.
The camera comes with an AF-S 18-140MM VR Lens as a selective option. This lens is comparatively an older lens. There is a new upgrade to this lens that comes with better VR technology. However, it comes for a lesser price than the VR II.
Overall, the D7000 from Nikon is definitely a market leader in every respect.