Nikon D7000 sample image

Sample image taken with the Nikon D7000 DSLR.

 

See our Nikon D7000 review for full details! This includes full image quality results, sample movies and an in-depth video demonstration!

 

www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Nikon_D7000/

 

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  • CunoCyn 4y

    Just read the full review. I have to say you reviews are the best on the net.
    And you videos are amazing too.
    Are you planning in making anymore YouTube videos?
  • Gordon Laing 4y

    Thanks! I hope to upload the first part of my D7000 video demo to YT later this week, but there's really no benefit to me doing it now that vimeo offers unlimited HD embedding. YT offers very little revenue and lots of haters.
  • CunoCyn 4y

    Try to ignore the haters. All youtubers who's videos get lots of views have to deal with haters.
    But remember the majority of the people think your videos are great and highly appreciate your work. Your Canon 15-85mm review was the only professional one on YT and it convinced me to purchase it. And here I am with my first DSLR (60D) and the Canon 15-85mm to go with it.
    All your Youtube videos convinced me to splash out all my savings on £1000+ worth of camera gear!
    What were the haters doing?
  • Gordon Laing 4y

    Thanks! PS - don't forget the only way my business can work is if people shop through our partner stores, so please do consider it next time you're buying online - see:

    www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Affiliates/Camera_shopping.shtml

    Thanks!
  • CunoCyn 4y

    I sure will by through your affiliate link Gordon.
    Have you seen DigitalRev Videos on YT? Their videos are really good too. Less informative than yours but extremely funny!
    Maybe you should try a series like they do, reviewing your lenses and dslr's in public or something.
  • szumigala 4y

    I gotta say I was very tempted to upgrade from my D90 until I saw your part two video on the D7000. The performance is embarassing vs the Canon 60D. What an eye opener it was when you did the burst shot comparison. What's the point of having a 6 FPS speed if the buffer fills after 3 seconds!

    Thanks for the informative and eye opening information!
  • Adam Wikman 3y

    I was going to buy the D7000 aswell, just like szumigala here i though the performance of the D7000 was embarassing in part 2. So keep up the good work mate. Saved me alot of trouble and cash.
  • BlTZy 3y

    I *especially liked the part concerning over *exposed images... which I agree, Nikons seem to have that tendency but the D7000 seems to be slightly more aggressive about OE than the Nikon predecessors that I had or currently own. Has taken me a bit of time to re-adjust, coming from a D40X, D5000 and the D90. I'm still on the fence as to whether I will keep my D7000 or send it back while I have the option. There are other issues too, one being AF Fine tuning and my arsenal of older generation of Japan made D lenses, which, (btw) I love dearly. Need to find one of those charts.

    Bottom line is (a good copy) of this camera "is capable " of taking incredible images but its a lot more work to get there until you get past the learning curve and its (sometimes very frustrating) quirks or deficiencies.
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