Nikon D7000 is a new Nikon advanced DSLR, not suitable for all audiences, including a 16-megapixel sensor can capture images and record video in 1080, has 39 focus points and data recording SDXC cards. What more can you ask a DSLR for 2010?
Actually we focus well on some points, such as its autofocus system, neither more nor less than 39 points of focus that allows the camera to focus on any object in a very fast (remember, all manufacturers now say they have the system AF faster).
Nikon D7000 comes with a ISO 100-6400, forcing reaching the ISO 25,600, stereo audio input, the peculiar double entry or SDXC SDHC card that lets you insert two cards at once to make sure you do not run out of space in a memory and automatically pass the data to the second.
640×480 screen tilted Nikon D7000 comes with 16MP, 39 focus points and recording in 1080 (bye bye … D90)
The optical viewfinder is able to capture 100% of the image you want to photograph, a 3-inch screen, a shutter speed of 6fps and a new body of magnesium in the top and bottom to add strength to the camera.
Like any good digital SLR camera that boasts, this new Nikon D7000 includes the ability to record video in several resolutions, the most important thing is obvious, video recording in 1080/24p, as well as to record in 720/30p.
But there is a problem, the D7000 despite its benefits in the video recording, including a limitation of 20 minutes continuous recording, this may be something that will be using this camera to record video will hate, but how many shots take 20 minutes? At least include a good system of continuous autofocus.