If you are reading this review for the Nikon D7000, you probably already own a Nikon camera and are wondering if the upgrade is worth the price. You’ve probably heard some whisperings about the new camera, about its upgrade features and everything it can do. From hundreds of user reviews who have bought and used the D7000, the answer is an emphatic yes. The quality of pictures you get from this camera are worth considerably more than you’ll ever pay for it.
The brass tax of the Nikon D7000 price is $1,199 for the body. You may be able to buy it used or refurbished elsewhere. When you add in telephoto lenses and accessories, you’ll probably be around $2,000 or under, depending upon what else you get. But none of that matters if high-quality pictures in a variety of settings is what is important to you. If you take hundreds of pictures or more, than the value will show up in every one of those pictures for years to come.
Here are some of the best features of the Nikon D7000 that really make the upgrade price worth the investment. The new metal alloy body makes the camera really easy to use. Then you add in the higher ISO capacity with higher RAW capacity, greater resolution and some other technical jargon, and what you get is a camera that consistently produces much better pictures than any of its ancestors. If that wasn’t enough, Nikon added 1080 HD video and twin memory card slots for pictures and videos, which no other Nikon camera before this one has. And there are other features besides this too.
If you are still thinking about buying the camera, it’s time to go out and get it. The investment is small compared to the value and the high quality you will get to enjoy for years to come and the thousands of pictures you will probably take. The Nikon D7000 is like riding first class. You just won’t want anything else once you experience it.