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The Nikon D7000 is getting ten years old on Sep 15, 2020, and is still a very user-friendly camera that I recommend for beginners mainly because what this camera is capable of over other entry-level cameras.
Here is my favorite spec list.
Nikon D7000 has Shutter speed, 1/8000.
And Flash sync speed 1/320.
Nikon D7000 Support TTL – HSS in M – A – S mode.
D7000 has the Nikon Creative Lighting System.
Double SD card slots.
Good Dynamic Range.
And Good battery life.
Compatible lenses, AF and AF-S – DX and FX lenses all functions supported, Non-CPU lenses can be used in modes A and M.
All these spec-functions are very useful when learning on DSLR camera and most of this is not in entry-level cameras like the D3000 – D3500, and D5000 – D5600 but most of this specs are in many pro DSLR cameras.
Nikon D7000 is a good camera that supports numerous lenses and is good for starting to learning the off-camera flash technique.
Nikon D7000 Specifications.
The Nikon D7000 is 16.2 Megapixels.
The Nikon D7000 has a DX-format CMOS sensor (Not Full Frame)
Nikon D7000 has the EXPEED 2 Image-processing engine.
ISO range 100 to 6400, expandable to Hi 2 (ISO 25600 equivalent).
AF system featuring 39 focus points including 9 cross-type sensors in the center of the frame.
Full HD (1,920×1,080, 24p) movie-recording function “D-Movie”, compatible with external stereo microphone featuring high image quality and operability.
Viewfinder 100% frame coverage.
Light and rugged magnesium alloy body.
Secure sealing achieves superior weather-resistant and anti-dust capabilities.
Battery Pack MB-D11.
Double SD card slots, SDXC compatible.
Nikon D7000 has two SD card slots and I use two Transcend 128GB SD cards, link to Amazon.com below.
Shutter count on the Nikon D7000 is tested for 150.000 cycles. (which is an AVERAGE number).
Here is a link to Camera Shutter Count if you want to check your camera shutter count, this is the shutter count on my Nikon D7000.