About Nikon D7000 Body Only
The Nikon D7000 is a mid-range digital SLR camera, with 16.2 megapixel resolution. The camera was launched in 2010 and is considered to fall in to the ?semi pro? range. It is one of the most popular models Nikon have ever produced, and has won multiple awards from the likes of the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) and the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA).
Aimed at photography enthusiasts, the camera has numerous ?pro? features, including twin media card slots ? to minimise the risk of running out of storage space whilst taking on major photography projects - shooting an event or wedding, for example. The ultra-wide angle provides a 170 degree view, and the toughened glass screen makes the camera durable and easy to transport. The weather-resistant body has magnesium alloy panels, means this reliable and practical model can be used outdoors for wildlife and scenic photo shoots.
The screen measures an impressive three inches, and has a 920K dot resolution ? one of the highest quality screens in the class. The camera can shoot in RAW mode, and can shoot at speeds between 1/8000 of a second and 30 seconds. This makes the camera appropriate for anything from sports photography to night shoots. Pre-set modes include macro, sports, candlelight, dusk/dawn, beach/snow and food.
Finally, one of the most highly-praised qualities of the D7000 is its impressive battery life compared to others in its class, and previous Nikon ranges. The new, energy efficient lithium ion battery allows on average, 1.050 shots per charge.