Latest full indepth review about Nikon D7000 from CameraLabs. Like other reviews, CameraLabs discuss several D7000 features and its performances.
Some highlights from their review:
Unfortunately though, all was not well with our D7000′s focusing. Our initial test images looked a little soft, and upon further investigation, our sample kit was suffering from back-focusing
on versus Nikon D90 : you might expect the D7000 to significantly out-resolve the D90, but as the crops below reveal, the differences can be fairly subtle – at least when fitted with the kit lens. Look closely and you will see the D7000 image contains a little more fine detail, especially around foliage and buildings, but if you want to see more from the D7000, you’ll need to fit it with superior optics.
on versus Canon 60D : So a triumph for the D7000 here in terms of detail captured and natural processing, although do remember it initially over-exposed this scene by a considerable 1EV, whereas the Canon got it spot-on.
During these tests one thing remained consistent: the D7000 delivered exactly 6fps, thereby out-pacing its predecessor and major rival
The bottom line is while the D7000 offers considerably better movie capabilities than its predecessor, there’s few high-end enthusiasts or professionals who’d choose it over one of Canon’s bodies for video alone
At launch, the D7000 appeared to trump all but the video capabilities on the EOS 60D, but in our tests, the Canon could shoot continuously for much longer, while enjoying more reliable metering and suffering from no focusing errors.
With expectations set so high for the D7000, it’s inevitable to come away with a slight feeling of disappointment when it doesn’t miraculously deliver semi-pro performance at a ‘bargain’ price.
So, that’s how CameraLabs thinks about the Nikon D7000. Canon EOS 60D is still favorable with lesser price but Nikon D7000 got overall score of 88 , one point better than Canon 60D ( 87 ). Final verdict is RECOMMENDED.
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