Nikon D7000 digital SLR camera

Designed for photography enthusiasts this digital SLR camera offers excellent image quality under almost all conditions.

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  • Expert Rating

    4.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    2.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 1,599.95 (AUD)

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Great all purpose camera
Does not last longer than 3 years
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I purchased this camera 2.5 years ago when the autofocus and light meter reading stopped working over night. I sent the camera to Nikon Australia to look into. They came back with repair cost of $500 which is almost 30% of its initial price I paid in 2011. This is unbelievable and Nikon seems only to care about the fact that it is out of warranty. However this should not happen to a quality product in first place and Nikon stated that they do not know why this has happened. When I spent $1500 for a camera I did not expect to invest another $500 for repair within 3 years. I am very disappointed about the Nikon D7000 and how Nikon handled the matter.

Luc Poirier



100% viewfinder, Active D-lighting, Low High iso noise
Buffer size for sport, complexity
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What most commentaries missed is the fact Nikon has their unique and fantastic CLS flash system. Many, in camera settings for jpeg, handling. The RAW files are exceptionnal in quality for an APS-C camera,39 point auto-focus. On the negative but easily corrected at the shooting time of is a strong tendancy to over-exposed in sunny days, burning the highlights to keep details in the shadows.

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