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April 18, 2013, 10:54 pm

I can't believe the D7000 is 3 years old :| I've only just recently been considering upgrading to one to replace my ageing D70s!

I'm hoping this will push retailers to offer the D7000 at better prices so I can snap one up!

Nils Kaiser

April 22, 2013, 11:25 am

image quality is 9,5/10 for this price range! with a fast 95MB/s card the processing times are great...for this price you can´t found any better camera at the moment... i dont understand why reviews always comparing DX cameras with FX cameras for the double or triple price! buy the D7100! best DX camera at the moment my personally review 9/10

Nils Kaiser

April 22, 2013, 12:47 pm

turn the D7100′s RAW quality down to 12-bit and true (lossy) compressed,
you get a good 9 frames in before the camera slows down. Then, jump to
1.3x (total 2x) crop mode, and you get a good solid 10-11 frames (at 7
FPS!) before the buffer fills.

For most photographers, this is going to be absolutely more than enough.
Only the most serious sports shooters are going to miss the larger
buffers offered in the flagship sports cameras.

Even then, if you really need an unlimited buffer, just switch the D7100
to Large JPG with the JPG compression set to “Size Priority”, …and
happily blaze away with an unlimited buffer...set when you shoot JPEG the file siize to M 16 megapixel...


November 22, 2013, 3:18 pm

Wonderful observation. .it really doesn't make sense

Enrique Berrocal Alonso

September 22, 2014, 8:47 pm

I was reading a lot of blogs about if its good to upgrade from the d7000 to d7100, there are several opinions and some even says that is almost the same just with a bigger size picture,etc. I decided at the end to switch to the D7100 and its an amazing camera, this new toshiba sensor with 24 megas compared with the d7000 sony sensor definitely is an upgrade, I totally recommend the upgrade because is worth it, my review 10/10

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