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km6xz

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"RE: D7000 review"

km6xz Moderator Awarded for his in-depth knowledge in various areas, including Portraits and Urban Photography Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2009
Mon 18-Oct-10 08:30 AM

There is a theoretical earlier onset of diffraction, so that f/11 might start to have pixel level ambiguity, not sure anyone can see it where all else in the test was held constant. The knock on the 7d for landscapers was diffraction starting at f/9 but in reality all the stopped down 7d landscapes I've seen that suffered, suffered from other common shooting issues like tripod stability, shutter release etc.
I really doubt any camera in the Nikon line is very different in pixel level qualities. But throwing in the visual impression of wider DR at higher ISO that has been the key observation of posted images, it looks as if the D7000 really is more forgiving in having more headroom than a D90 or D300s. Of those shots posted where the user knew how to use the camera(after all it is brand new and few probably fully read the manual)and applied the recommended additional sharpening that the D90 needed over rather dull default settings, it appears that this new toy is better at basic imaging than the D300s, D90 and anything else in the DX class for now. Next spring will probably have everyone excited about the upgraded D400 or whatever it will be called. If it builds on the D7000 foundation, it is starting from a very good position.
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A general, generic topic D7000 review [View all] , TomCurious , Sun 17-Oct-10 03:49 PM
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