Nikon D7000 Manual User Guide

Get to know the new Nikon D7000, the ideal companion for all your photo and movie expeditions. Experience stunningly sharp images with natural brightness, thanks to the CMOS image sensor in DX format with a resolution of 16.2 megapixels and the powerful image-processing engine EXPEED 2. Take advantage of the high sensitivity range of the camera with ISO 100 to 6,400 and its incredible Low noise. You can rely on sharp, precise images, thanks to the AF system with 39 measuring fields and the motor detection system with a 2.016 pixel RGB matrix measuring sensor. With a triggering delay of approximately 0.052 s and a recording speed of approx. 6 pictures per second, you do not miss any important moment. Thanks to the viewfinder with a 100% field coverage, you have a full view of your subject. 
Nikon D7000 Manual

For all those who With a camera to capture both photos and movies, the D7000's D-Movie feature now allows you to take full-HD movies (1080p) with a permanent autofocus and manual exposure control. All of these advanced image processing technologies are securely housed in a compact housing whose upper and rear covers are made of a magnesium alloy and whose controls are sealed against the ingress of dust and moisture. The D7000 is ready to take pictures both indoors and outdoors. The durable shutter mechanism of the camera has been tested over 150,000 releases and allows for continuous photography. Combining all this with the unrivaled NIKKOR lens range and the Nikon Creative Lighting System, there is no limit to your creativity. What can you achieve with this potential? Find out with the Nikon D7000.

Regardless of whether large-format printouts or magnification increases, the D7000 delivers the required resolution. The core of the camera is a CMOS image sensor in DX format with an effective resolution of 16.2 megapixels, which is ideally suited to the characteristics of the NIKKOR lens series and allows optimal light output. Coupled with a 14-bit A / D conversion (12-bit selectable), the D7000 produces stunning images with a tonal range and detail that far exceed the DX format. The A / D conversion takes place directly in the sensor, thus preserving superior image quality without affecting image rate or energy efficiency. If you think of these advantages in combination with the agile DX format and the telepotential of the apparent 1.5-fold focal length extension, you get an idea of what is possible with this power pack. 

Sometimes you want to capture the delicate shades of a sunset. Another time it is about the freezing of action scenes. With the D7000, both are possible thanks to EXPEED 2, the latest generation of the Nikon image processing engine, which performs numerous tasks faster and more efficiently. Enjoy gentler tonal gradations for more depth images, even in difficult light and shadow conditions. Thanks to a speed of about 6 frames per second for serial shooting, you can capture every moment of the action.

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