Nikon D7000 prices in Singapore

As a powerful camera in its own right, Nikon D7000 takes the word by surprise as its capabilities are too awesome to behold. Read more about Nikon D7000 Singapore below.

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Nikon D7000 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateApr 2011
Compatible memory cardsSD,SDHC,SDXC
Memory slots2
Display diagonal7.62 cm (3")
Display resolution (numeric)921000 pixels
Built-in microphone
Voice recording
Ports & interfaces
DC-in jack
Weight & dimensions
Width132 mm
Depth77 mm
Height103 mm
Weight690 g
Light exposure
ISO sensitivity100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400
Light exposure modesAperture priority AE, Auto, Manual, Shutter priority AE
Light meteringCentre-weighted, Spot
Picture quality
Megapixel16.2 MP
Camera typeSLR Camera Body
Sensor typeCMOS
Maximum image resolution4928 x 3264 pixels
Image stabilizer
Image sensor size (W x H)23.6 x 15.6 mm
Video recording
Maximum video resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
HD typeFull HD
Video formats supportedMOV
Auto focusing (AF) modesContinuous Auto Focus, Face tracking, Flexible Spot Auto Focus, Multi Point Auto Focus, Single Auto Focus
Auto Focus (AF) assist beam
Flash modesAuto, Flash off, Manual
Flash exposure lock
White balanceAuto, Cloudy, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Manual, Shade
Scene modesBeach, Candlelight, Children, Close-up (macro), Cuisine, Dawn, Dusk, Landscape, Night landscape, Night portrait, Party (indoor), Portrait, Snow, Sports, Sunset
Photo effectsBlack&White, Neutral
Self-timer delay2,10 s
Contrast adjustment
Camera playbackMovie, Single image, Slide show
Multi burst mode
Custom colour
Image editingResizing, Trimming
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery life (CIPA standard)1050 shots
Battery typeEN-EL15
Power requirements110 - 240 V
Colour of productBlack

Nikon D7000 Singaproe – Inspiring & Igniting Your Fiery Creativity Like Never Before

Known for inspiring fresh breath of creativity, Nikon D7000 is its revolutionary injection into the camera market. Its release has been marked with surprise as most did not expect that this successor to the venerable Nikon D90 actually boasts closer specifications to Nikon D300S.

Nikon D7000 Singaproe – Highly Enhanced Image Quality & Speed

Thanks to its latest image processing engine, EXPEED 2, Nikon D7000 is totally a mean monster as it proves to be more than capable in tackling several tasks with exceptional speed. Moreover, it boosts the performance of this Nikon camera to a level which you can safely expect that your photos will be smoother and sharper at the same time.

Housing the fearsome DX format CMOS image sensor with 16.2MP and 14-bit A/D conversion, such awesome combination gives strength to Nikon D7000 in producing simply stunningly beautiful images that definitely defy your expectations. It offers a level of versatility that you do not expect as you can enjoy richer photos.

From areas with poor lighting conditions to brightly-lit environment, Nikon D7000 is more than capable in capturing highly detailed photos in any lighting conditions. Thanks to its ISO range between 100 to 6400, Nikon D7000 is your best instrument when it comes to dealing with wide range of environments. Such wide ISO range enables you to be fully prepared in capturing the mood of your scene in the best way possible.

Nikon D7000 Singaproe – Strong & Rugged

Fully armored for harsh outdoor activities, Nikon D7000 features a top and rear cover of tough magnesium alloy that contains highly durable sealing against dust and moisture. At the same time, special emphasis has been made in strengthening the joints so that its body can withstand external pressure well while having better protection against wear and tear. Even with such specifications that seems to be strong on paper, Nikon continues to test its body thoroughly so that photographers have no doubt about its resilience. In fact, Nikon keeps on running severe environmental tests in order to make sure that it is able to withstand harsh punishments.

Nikon D7000 Singaproe – Simply Responsive To Your Needs

Boasting the recorded 0.052 second release time lag and 0.13 second start-up time, you can be sure that Nikon D7000 is fully primed for being responsive to your needs. In other words, you can rejoice as you do not have to worry about saying good bye to your missed moments. With such precision, you are able to act decisively in capturing the pictures at the right moment. In conclusion, Nikon D7000 definitelyinspires and ignites your creativity as it is designed to be packed with more than enough firepower for your creative needs.

Nikon D7000 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2011-03-09
The Nikon D90 was one of Nikon's most popular DSLR cameras, both among enthusiasts and professionals. And for good reasons too. It was the world's first DSLR to have a movie mode, shooting 720p high-definition video at 24 frames per second in the Motio...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-03
Nikon has recently unveiled their new highly anticipated D7000 Digital SLR (DSLR) camera for the digital photographer enthusiasts, putting itself between the D90 and D300s lineup. Was it up to our expectations? VR-Zone takes a look at this mid-class, high...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-27
While the book looks at every settings and menu item like in the owner's manual, it feels closer to natural reading than just a list of features explained one by one. For more technical explanations, the book refers you to the owner's manual with associat...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-19
It took decades for Nikon to establish itself as a brand in the digital camera world, It has gone through a long journey with lots of ups and downs and has come out with a brand on which people can believe with close eyes when it comes to a matter of digi...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-10
Let's rack-up the , and and see how they compare for sharpness, resolution and high-ISO performance. I shot my () on the D7100 and D7000. I shot the () on my D600, which gives the same angle of view. The D600 is FX, and the ...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-27
The Nikon D7000 was Nikon's high end 16.2 megapixel DX (APS-C) sensor Digital SLR with high speed shooting at 6fps, weather sealing and magnesium body, making it a great choice for anyone looking to take high speed shots or outdoor photographs. The Nik...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-31
The Nikon D7000 is a remarkable camera for the money. Features such as the large pentaprism viewfinder, dual command dials and a top-mounted passive LCD screen distinguish it from entry-level consumer models, but its magnesium alloy body and dual SDXC car...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-15
The Nikon D600 is essentially the D7000 with a larger sensor, reflex mirror and viewfinder prism added. The D600 isn't much bigger or heavier, and adds much more technical performance if you're splitting pixels or shooting at high ISOs...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-01
The target customers of the Nikon D7000 consist of amateur photographers who demand a decent and good camera. The Nikon D7000 offers a solid finish, including additional sealing against dust and water, and a larger, bright viewfinder with 100% coverage. T...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-11
Excellent picture quality with decent ISO sensitivity, Great feel, design, and superbly easy to use, Perfect for someone with some knowledge of photography stepping up from a lowend DSLR or highend point and shootPhoto dump is a little slow; too easy to accidentally lose shots, Liveview doesn't show settings, proper image as it will appear, Video quality is good, but focus is weak and unsteady
When I started looking at the Nikon D7000, it was way back in December 2010. I purchased it for my birthday, knowing full well that it was a brand new camera and would be the perfect step up from the Nikon D40x, the lowest-end DSLR I could have purchased ...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-10
After much anticipation, Nikon D7000 India, the upgraded version of Nikon D90, hits the market in September 2010 as the gen-next DSLR camera. Nikon D7000 Review tries to find out if it is actually worth giving Nikon D90 an early retirement or no.Nikon D70...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-06
Let's compare the technical performance of the Nikon D4, D800, (same sensor and performance as the ), and , ......
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Reviewed on 2012-03-23
The DSLR product refresh cycle in the recent past has gathered momentum at least for the entry-level DSLR cameras. However, the models for the more serious amateur and beginner-professionals are refreshed less often. Canon and Nikon are the biggest...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-01
The Nikon D7000 is quite a camera. Gorgeous 1920 x 1080 24fps video in either MOV or H.264 format, that is clean and slick. Nikon jumped into professional quality video recording with the D3s and all of Nikon's considerable resources were brought to b...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-27
To change AF area mode you hold the button within the AF/MF switch and use the front command dial, whereas using the dial at the rear will control the AF mode itself. The 2016-pixel metering system...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-21
Good detail capture, Easy to use, Good features, Great new AF system (with right lens)LCD screen not articulated, Needs faster lens to get the best shots, NX2 software lacking in control
As it has 16.2 million pixels on its CMOS sensor the Nikon D7000 has a higher resolution than all other Nikon APS-C (DX) format DSLRs. In fact it is only trumped in this respect by the top-end Nikon D3X, which has 24.5 million pixels on its full-frame (FX...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-14
A reader asks which of these two top cameras makes better images. Answer: NEITHER! If you're still wasting your time worrying about such trivia, I doubt you'll ever expend the , as opposed to merely armchair shopping fo...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-29
Tweet print ShareThis rss For some years after Nikon brought video to the DSLR world with its D90, the company pretty much ceded that market segment to Canon, which was first to market with the 1080 and 24p options that really made DSLR video a...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-08
39 focus points; impressive lowlight performance; dual SD slotsMode dial moves too easily; could be better balanced
Nikon built the D7000 using a partial magnesium shell (top and bottom) with dust and weather seals. It feels slightly less balanced in the hand than Canon's D60, but this is a minor inconvenience that most shooters won't notice. The D7000’s user inter...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-02
Line in for a mic, Toggle switch for video, Two SD card slotsAverage amounts of detail in video, Manual zoom, No 50i mode, and no 25p Full HD, No headphone jack
Nikon suggests you use a mini-jack mic from Audio-Technica, the Pro24, with the D7000. It's a unidirectional stereo microphone which focuses on sound coming from in front of it instead of what is to either side, making it perfect for interviews. It has...
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