This Nikon digital SLR camera is crammed with cutting-edge technology to provide superlative image quality, performance and ease of use. Its light-yet-rugged body incorporates a magnesium alloy cover, and its CMOS image sensor has an effective pixel count of 16.2 million. The viewfinder, with a magnification of 0.94x, uses 39 focus points to accurately capture subjects over a wide frame area. Shoot full-resolution, high-def movies, with sound recorded via an external stereo microphone. The D7000 also offers a variety of shooting modes and user settings—including instant recall of the custom settings you’ve saved. The DSLR Difference
DSLR cameras are fast-focusing, allow you to take multiple photos quickly, and compose sharp images in nearly any light. With a precision viewfinder and image sensors that are more than 8X larger than smartphone sensors, DSLR cameras let you take pictures that are more detailed and stay sharp when resized. DSLRs also allow you to record crisp HD video, even in low light, so you wont miss a moment of your childs first music recital. If you tell stories with motion capture, the large image sensors let you record movies with a wide selection of interchangeable lenses for beautiful diffused backgrounds - all at the push of a button.
The DSLR Difference
- Megapixels: 16.2 Megapixels
- Sensor Type: CMOS Sensor
- Zoom: 0.94 X Optical
- Camera Features: D-Lighting, Automatic Image Sensor Cleaning, 1080p HD Movie Recording
- Flash Features: Rear-Curtain Sync, Red-Eye Reduction, Slow-Sync Flash, Front-Curtain Sync
- Display Size: 3.0 "
- ISO Equivalent: 6400, 100
- Battery Required, included: 1 lithium ion
- Weight: 24.3 Oz.
- Warranty: 1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty