Product Type: Nikon digital cameras
Newest Review: ... itself is very nice. It's black allover with the splash of red colour on the front which is Nikon's signature. I've been told it's quite r... more
Member Name: james2586
Advantages: Extra quality, tons of settings, HD like pictures
I study Photography A-level at my local college and was always felt like my previous camera was holding me back. The Nikon D7000 is perfect for my course. The price isn't as cheap as you might expect for a camera of this size but if it helps me to pass my course then it will pay for itself a thousand times over.
The box comes with many extras including the batteries, charger and a manual the size of a novel that covers everything you'll need to know. My advice is to purchase yourself a lens and buy them as a package. This way you'll save money. I made the mistake of buying them separately and this did not come cheap.
The first thing I noticed was that this camera was much more impressive than anything I had previously owned. At 16 megapixels it gives the impression of HD and captures every line, feature and pore in a human face. The 3" display screen could have been bigger but this doesn't bother me too much.
With the use of settings you can alter pictures and I love the fact that you can remove red-eye before you even upload the pictures to your computer.
At £1111.99 this is a bit more expensive that I'm used to but when you snap your first picture you'll see where that extra buck went. You should be able to find this in all your local high street stores. I got mine from a store called Snaps on the my High Street.
Summary: A great product that will help me pass my course but is also great for recreational use!
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