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Author Topic: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700  (Read 92839 times)

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #640 on: October 28, 2010, 04:10:08 PM »
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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #640 on: October 28, 2010, 04:10:08 PM »

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #641 on: October 28, 2010, 05:27:44 PM »
anyone else here disappointed by the auto-focusing noise of the video mode?  overall still, very excited with the D7000 pero parang hindi todong-todo.
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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #642 on: October 28, 2010, 05:37:11 PM »
baka lahat ah...

hindi full magnesium para hindi gaanong mahal
hindi full magnesium para hindi gaanong mabigat
at merong magnesium para masabing mero ng marketing dept

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re 7d ... talagang mahihirapan ang nikon tapatan yan.

+1

based on msrps.. (not accurate ;D

canon 7D = $1699
nikon D300s = $1799 (announced 15 mos ago. will reach 18-mos age by January 2011 (in time for usual camera announcement, maybe nikon will announce one or two ;D

nikon d7000 = $1200
canon 60d = $1100
nikon d90 = $999

some say that d90 will not be discontinued just yet. it will sit below the market of d7000. 'lower' mid-level segment?

the approx $600 difference between the price of d7000 and d300s replacement (assuming predecessor price) will surely be worth it (if not stunning) to compete with canon 7d for the semi-pro market segment.

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #643 on: October 28, 2010, 05:56:35 PM »
kumikita pa si D90 e...pero sa totoo lang wala nang $1000 ang body nyan. maybe $800 na lang to be realistic. sa singapore nga ang mura na nga lang nyan eh. bago pa. im sure mas mura pa yan sa manila at HK. :o :o :o

hirap talaga labanan si D90. humahataw pa din. benchmark camera e...hindi din tayo nabitin sa kanyang kapalit ::)

isa sa ayaw ko sa nikon is hindi sila madalas maglabas ng firmware upgrades para maging updated pa din yun mga luma nilang gamit. o sadyang para lang dyan yun kanilang firmware. sana maimplement din nila yan. can tplease everybody na din siguro

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #644 on: October 28, 2010, 09:53:55 PM »
Wishful thinking

" Bababa ang presyo ng D7k pagka January "

Wishful thinking

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #645 on: October 28, 2010, 10:29:45 PM »
sana talaga by next week meron na. all the while, akala ko pa naman by this week lalabas na dito satin e :(
this is the last time i'll fall in love

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #646 on: October 28, 2010, 10:56:34 PM »
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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #647 on: October 28, 2010, 11:32:08 PM »


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This was shot entirely with Nikon's new D7000 with ISO's ranging from 2,000 - 5,000 (!), recording at 1080 24p High Quality.

The difference in quality between the D7000 and the D90, at least video-wise, is a immediately noticeable, and the low light capabilities have to be seen to be believed. I would have shot more footage but it was starting to rain. I hope to have a lot more up soon!

For my first impressions and a mini-review, go here:
willboisture.com/​?p=176

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #648 on: October 29, 2010, 06:29:58 AM »
mapapabili ata ako ng d7000 pag lumabas dito ah... =P
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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #649 on: October 29, 2010, 07:44:27 AM »
The high expectations for the d7000 will disappoint some people when they will receive their camera. It is not something as some people make it appear to be. Initial feedbacks confirm this, like while the d7000 has the new AE, it's AF module is not at par with the d300s esp in tracking BIRDs ( birds in flight). The hi-iso is good but not as good as the the d700. However, the base iso is better that the d700. People are expecting too much from this camera that they are comparing it to the d300s and d700. The d7000 were not made to replace those high end models but an upgrade for the d3000/5000/90 users. If we keep our expectation at that level, we will not be disappointed. As usual  the video feature here is not at par with the Canon offerings. If you are looking for better high iso maybe the d700 and the the Canon 5d2 is still the better choice. I hope I will be happy when I will have mine.

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #650 on: October 29, 2010, 09:22:55 AM »

another user/critic's impression to tone down 'high expectations..'

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On Image Quality

"This is a tough one. The D7000 comes with more pixels than a D700 and it even has more pixels than the D90. In fact it has the most pixels of any Nikon DX camera available on the market now. So with that said, let’s start with the good:

I strongly believe that the dynamic range of the D7000 is a step above other Nikon DX cameras. I am getting much fewer blown highlights and the shadows have details in them; this could also be attributed to the new metering system but even in manual mode I was getting fewer blown highlights yet the image still had a lot of contrast. I always thought the contrast on the D90 was low, especially compared to the D700. The D7000 also captures a lot of details within the scene. That is the good part.

Now the bad..

 "At this point I am generally not satisfied with the sharpness of the images from the D7000, the files tend to be mushy when looking at the details up close. In order to get files that are acceptably sharp, you need really good technique with fast shutter speeds. I think a lot of people will be complaining about this very soon. The slightest shift will become obvious when reviewing your files, you do not need to zoom into 100% to see these imperfections. A mystery to me is; I put the D7000 on a tripod using the self timer, exposure delay mode, manual mode, all noise reduction off and I shot from ISO 100 up to 6400. Even at ISO 100 I didn’t feel I was getting the proper sharpness. Keep in mind I was using the Standard Picture Control with sharpening increase to 5 out of 9. I just found the details to not be acceptably sharp as I am used to with the D700 or D90."


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Pros

The D7000 does deliver in a being a better auto focus performer than the D90.
The D7000 has a much needed contrast boost in the images.
The high ISO performance is better than the D90 but less than the D700, a good compromise.
Increased dynamic range versus other Nikon DX cameras.
Definitely better auto exposure metering compared to the D90.

Cons

The sharpness of images are definitely an issue.
Mushy shutter release button.
Peripheral auto focus points that are not the most sensitive in low light situations.


http://robertbromfield.com/nikon-d7000-review-and-impressions/

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #651 on: October 29, 2010, 10:34:03 AM »
While awaiting for the real reviews, there is a difficult path for the d90 users to tackle. Is the d7000 worth the upgrade for the d90 users? They will answer that individually since each have his own needs and how they derived the term "worth" from their gears. The d90 is a very stable model and very hard to ignore its value. The latest batch are virtually free of problems compared to the ones released two years ago.
While I was so eager to get the d7000 once it is release here but the excitement was gone and I am back to earth. It seems I am better off to keep my d90 and just buy a used d700 as a back up camera. When the d7000 prices stabilized and prices are dropping I can grab one. At the same time I will have a good look of what the d300s replacement will be and also see if I can afford the d700 replacement.

I am always reminded by this thread and I hope some can back read this sticky:

http://www.pinoyphotography.org/forum/index.php?topic=63991.0

To each his own!!! ;D ;)

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #652 on: October 29, 2010, 10:49:47 AM »
:D :D :D
@doc

wehehehe... i for one am waiting for the replacement of D700 :P para bumaha naman ng D700 sa FS area at mas bumaba pa ang price :P
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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #653 on: October 29, 2010, 11:11:56 AM »
:D :D :D
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wehehehe... i for one am waiting for the replacement of D700 :P para bumaha naman ng D700 sa FS area at mas bumaba pa ang price :P
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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #654 on: October 29, 2010, 11:24:51 PM »
sana talaga by next week meron na. all the while, akala ko pa naman by this week lalabas na dito satin e :(
November 4, Peejay, most likely meron na. If I were you, since you really need a camera just PM Nic of Henry to reserve you the first copy that will land in their shop. I wish you all the luck and the joy of taking your daughter's photos!!!It is the very best time that the camera can repay us that much!!! :D ;)

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #655 on: October 30, 2010, 01:08:44 AM »
actually, the event happened already just a while ago.. :) i just used our pocket digicam, which i already forgot we had (kept in cabinet for a looong time) haha :)

but all's good, i think i can still wait just for another week. :)
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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #656 on: October 30, 2010, 04:58:38 AM »
actually, the event happened already just a while ago.. :) i just used our pocket digicam, which i already forgot we had (kept in cabinet for a looong time) haha :)

but all's good, i think i can still wait just for another week. :)
Good to know that you survived!!! :D
I might wait for awhile before getting the d7000, medyo over priced pa and supplies are very limited!!!With the initial pricing of the d7k, the d300s seems to be a good option or a used d700 may do!!! For those who want to dip their feet on the d7000 wave,good luck and give us a real world reviews. :D ;)

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #657 on: October 30, 2010, 05:15:30 AM »
if it will be priced for 1199usd, converted to peso, then i'll probably get one.. but if it is way more than that, i'll just probably get a 2nd hand d90. Come next year, when they release the d700 replacement, i'll just wait for some cheaply priced d700's in our FS section :)
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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #658 on: October 30, 2010, 02:00:15 PM »
any definite date of the D7000's release locally?

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Re: nikon d7000, nikkor lenses & sb-700
« Reply #659 on: October 30, 2010, 02:06:30 PM »
any definite date of the D7000's release locally?

Henry's just announced that the body will arrived by Nov. 4. Their price is P58,000.

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