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Final Clearance Nikon D7000 16.2MP DSLR Camera with AF-S DX 18-105mm VR Lens Kit

  • Model #: D7000
  • Web Code: 10155648
  • Release Date: 10/11/2010
(39 ratings)


The Nikon D7000 is loaded with advanced features that let you snap frame-worthy shots with every click. It boasts a 16.2MP DX-format CMOS sensor, high ISO, and a razor-sharp 39-point autofocus system. And with Full HD movie recording, you can capture stunning videos, too. Includes the AF-S DX 18-105mm VR f.3.5-5.6 lens.

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  • The 16.2MP DX-format CMOS image sensor captures images with brilliant colours, minimal noise and smooth tonal gradations making them seem almost lifelike
  • Nikon's EXPEED 2 image processing engine ensures that D7000 delivers superior performance and high quality images, while using minimal energy
  • A high ISO sensitivity is manually extendable up to 25600, which can enable faster shutter speeds so you capture more detail and less noise in action or low light shots
  • 100% viewfinder coverage with nearly 0.94x magnification for precise composition
  • A durable shutter deliver precise control and exceptional reliability with a shutter speed of up to 1/8000s, and flash synchronization at up to 1/250s
  • The 39-point autofocus system features nine cross-type sensors in the centre for fast and sharp autofocus across the frame
  • Four AF-area modes ensure sharp results whether your subject is off-centre, moving fast or simply unpredictable
  • The 2,016 pixel RGB metering sensor delivers highly accurate metering for exact exposures and provides precise data to the camera's Scene Recognition System
  • Scene Recognition optimizes exposure, autofocus and white balance the instant before the shutter is released for pin-sharp images
  • Capture fast-moving subjects with six frames per second continuous shooting
  • Record Full HD (1920x1080) movie clips; use AF mode to keep it all in focus and edit clips right in the camera
  • 3" LCD features a reinforced glass for durability
  • Twin SD memory card slots; also support SDXC memory cards
  • Near-instant start-up time and 0.052-second shutter-release time lag
  • Includes the AF-S DX 18-105mm VR f.3.5-5.6 lens

What's in the Box?

  • Battery
  • QuickCharger
  • Eyepiece Cap
  • Rubber Eyecup
  • USB Cable
  • Audio Video Cable
  • Camera Strap
  • LCD Monitor Cover
  • Body Cap
  • Accessory Shoe Cover
  • ViewNX 2 CD-ROM

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 2 Year(s)
  • Labour - 2 Year(s)

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  • from Mississauga
  • Jan 30, 2013


Excellent pictures and HD video. Easy to use. One small suggestion for Nikon is how to attach the front plastic len cover in the future. A small question is "Do we need to clean the dust every time when camera is ON or OFF?" There is no advise in mannual. In a word, I like it.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Jan 26, 2013

Best in its class camera

I bought this camera after more than one year research online in my budget and I am glad I made the right choice. In DSLRs you get what you pay and in mid professional cameras this camera is excellent choice. Very easy to use and most of setting buttons are very handy.

  • from Red Deer, AB
  • Jan 26, 2013

Nikon d7000

Overall a nice stable platform that takes good video and pictures

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Jan 24, 2013


Cool camera. No complaints.

  • from Grimsby
  • Dec 15, 2011

Outstanding quality camera - invest in good lenses

The Nikon D7000 is an outstanding camera and competes very favourably with some lower end pro cameras in terms of image quality. If your 'thing' is video you'd be better off buying a comparable Canon as video runs at 30fps rather than the 24fps of the D7000. BUT....if high quality still mages are the main reason why you're thinking of buying this camera then you won't be disappointed. It is nothing short of excellent. The kit lens that comes with this camera is not the best match up and I would not recommend it. If you want the most out of this camera it really pays to invest a bit more in higher quality Nikon lenses.....the 18-105 lens isn't a bad just doesn't provide the overall performance to make the most of the D7000 capability. When using a 16.2 MP sensor cheap lenses are a bit obvious in terms of image softness in the corners and some image darkening...again in the corners of your shot. Personally I would stay away from off brand lenses to match up with this camera. I bought the D7000 body and researched a range of Nikon lenses and ended up deciding on the 16-85 mm VRII zoom (a GREAT everyday lens with better image quality than the 18-105), a 70-300 VRII zoom, and a Nikon Micro 85 DX macro lens. This combination provides very little overlap in terms of focal range and the VRII feature makes shooting hand held much easier...especially if you are just getting serious about digital photography. The lenses that I selected are at the higher end of Nikon's consumer line...for example the 16-85 VRII is about 2x the money of the 18-105...but is a far better lens in terms of image quality. The lenses I selected provide much better image quality than the 'entry level' Nikon lenses....again the entry level lenses are not bad...its just that the D7000 is a much higher end camera than a D3100 and does need much better quality glass for you to get the most out of your investment. If you're not willing to buy better lenses than your money is better spent on a D3100 with standard lenses.

  • from Winnipeg
  • Jun 20, 2011

Impressive camera, D7000 that is

When I read the specs and reviews on D7000 I researched on the blogsphere and print publications about what others had to say about their experience with this camera. I had a Nikon SLR camera before and was deciding between a Canon or a Nikon but decided to stick with Nikon - glad I did. Got the body and the 18-200mm lens and the pictures are outstanding! Invest on a 72mm filter to protect the primary lens and a fast SD card. Got the camera on Manual setting most of the time to force myself to get really familiarized with what the camera can really do ( but it does not hurt to just put it in Auto if you prefer). The User's manual is indispensable and a good map of the labyrinthine menu on the camera - good spare time reading. There is also a firmware upgrade to 1.02 and the first I did was to do just that - upgraded the firmware (Hint: be sure that your battery is FULLY charged when you attempt to do a firmware upgrade). Oh, did I mentioned HD video?

  • from Moose Jaw
  • Feb 27, 2011

Nikon D7000

Fantastic camera, has everything I want and more..did I mention it was fast

  • from brampton
  • Dec 14, 2010

Great Camera

First DSLR for me. I have the kit lens and a 50mm 1.8 prime lens(no zoom but very bright and fast). I'm so happy with this camera...I've been taking indoor shots in low light at 3200 iso that are perfectly usable....sometimes flash is not an option....same thing with sports....using even the kit lens which is a lower cost lens you can get some great high speed pictures at your local hockey or soccer arena....probably the best camera for this class...the Canon 7D is nice and better for movie making but for picture taking this is the better machine and it's cheaper to boot!

  • from Calgary
  • Dec 01, 2010

Great Camera, Plenty of features.

I'm newer to SLR and photography than the typical buyer of this camera, but I did my research before I bought one. I wanted the best camera for my money, and although I'm new, I didn't want anything 'entry level'. The D7000 has not disappointed me at all. The camera feels substantial in-hand, and has a host of professional features that make it well worth a look for those interested. The auto focus system is awesome, although a little slow if you use the live-view LCD to take the shots, which it typical for DLSR cameras. Almost all functions are easy to set up on the fly with two command wheels, or they can be controlled and finely tuned with the LCD menu. The shots seem bright and crisp, with little grain even at higher ISO settings. This camera can even take up to 6 shots per second! The 1080p movie recording ability is great, although the only trouble there is the auto focus system is noisy when using the built-in microphone. If you wanted good sound while recording (and focusing) then an external mic is needed. The battery should last about 1000 pictures, but a second battery or a battery pack would seem to be a good investment if you are taking a lot of pictures on the go. I found the manual easy to read, and complete (it covered everything about the camera...) Overall, I don't have any complaints about it... It does what it claims to do very well. I think the price is fair among the cameras competitors. It has more features than any entry-level camera, even bordering on the professional level, for the mid-market price. Very happy with the purchase!

  • from toronto
  • Nov 13, 2010


wonderful machine! wonderful design! wonderful features! wonderful appearance and handling.Cost is a bit high but the excellence of the machine overshadows it

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