Description of Nikon D7000 18-105mm Lens Kit (16.2 Megapixel, DSLR Camera, Black)
Capture the scenery around you in its true colors with the D7000 DSLR camera from Nikon. The 16.2MP CMOS sensor on this black camera helps you shoot brilliant images that will delight you with their clarity, definition, and vividness. You can record Full HD (1920 x 1080) videos at a frame rate of 24fps. The bright viewfinder of this camera has a magnification of 0.95x, and provides 100percent coverage of the field of view. It helps you accurately compose and frame your shots. You can also frame your shots using the 3inch LCD monitor that has a resolution of 921k dots and a viewing angle of 170degree. This monitor can also be used to view the captured images and videos or make changes to the camera settings.
Optics and Focus
The D7000 features an F type bayonet mount, and is fully compatible with Nikon's AFS and AF series lenses. It supports metering with AI lenses. This camera offers full control over the depth of field when used with the compatible lenses. This DSLR uses the Nikon Multi CAM 4800DX autofocus sensor module with TTL Phase D metering. Using autofocus, the camera automatically focuses on your subjects. In the dynamic autofocus mode, it features up to 39 AF points with 9 cross type sensors and 3D tracking.
Sensor and Screen
This Nikon DSLR is equipped with an advanced Nikon DX format 16.2MP CMOS sensor that helps this camera capture the tiniest details and finest nuances in a scene. This sensor has been engineered to work in an optimal way in both light and dark lighting conditions. The camera also boasts a 3inch Super Density TFT LCD monitor. It has a resolution of 921,000 dots, enabling you to view your captured images and videos with great detail. This monitor also features an extremely wide viewing angle of 170degree. This lets you view the screen even from awkward angles when taking difficult shots.
Image and Video
The camera lets you record high definition videos at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 at a maximum frame rate of 30fps. The EXPEED 2 image processor on board this camera quickens up the process of the images getting recorded, processed, and saved. This lets you shoot betters images at faster speeds. The advanced imaging system, when combined with a good lens, immensely improves the quality of the images captured. The Live View button on the camera lets you instantly record videos. With an ISO range of 100 to 6400 (expandable up to 25,600), you can shoot sharp and clear images across a variety of lighting conditions. Even when shooting at high shutter speeds, you do not need to use a tripod to capture the sharpest possible image.
Other Features The top and bottom covers of the Nikon D7000 are made of rugged and long lasting magnesium alloy. This makes the camera extremely rugged, enabling you to take it on your outdoor expeditions without having to worry about the camera getting damaged easily. To upgrade your photography setup, you can use a wide range of NIKKOR lenses with the D7000.