Anyone who loves photography and loves their camera
For one thing, the new Nikon D7000 comes with a DX format CMOS sensor with 16.2 megapixels. It allows an ISO range of 100-16400 with a possible boosting available for up to 25600ISO. Nikon has set a brilliant new trend in the family offering increased pixels to its fans with this new model. People are still expecting to see the effective pixels increase in their other models along with this one over time. There is also a fast new EXPEED processor which provides good speed for the 16 Megapixel resolutions. This excellent resource comes in handy in the 1080p HD quality video recording which another plus point. The HD video clips will definitely have you loving this camera if the other features haven't already made you fall head over heels for it.
There is a great advantage with the Nikon D7000 when it comes to video recording which is experienced less when clicking photographs. The video recording occurs at a compression of MPEG4 H.24 and allows for some serious filming that can be done with a microphone added on to it. It is also possible to connect other external stereo as required while you are recording. You will find that things cannot get any better than the Nikon D7000. Of course every serious videographer will want to edit the videos in a good software. With the Nikon D7000, you get to do all the editing within the camera itself with the software that is built in for this very purpose. You can do all the editing without wasting any time right where you are which a great plus for those quick gatherings or target groups you might have.
With impressive specifications, this DSLR is a semi professional camera. It has nearly 100% view coverage with its optical view finder in addition to a magnification of 0.94. The solid finishing and substantial look of the Nikon D7000 is classic of this brand and it comes with magnesium alloy coating for added protection. The shutter can take on nearly 150,000 cycles and is designed to withstand dust, moisture and sand. The aperture Focus system is also modified for the Nikon D7000 with fast focus and accuracy being added on. It has 9 cross sensors which allow to shoot six frames per second with the high speed setting that is available. It is a great way to capture some fast movements in a quick way.