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Does the 7000D still overexpose?

vagabond72

Oxnard, US
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vagabond72 Registered since 27th Feb 2012
Mon 27-Feb-12 04:30 AM

I just bought a 7000D with an 18-200mm VRII lens, both of which I have yet to start using, and subsequently came across a review on cameralabs.com from December 2010 saying that the 7000D tends to overexpose by as much as +1EV in bright sunlight. It also talked about buffering problems when shooting bursts of over 25-30 photos in all but the lowest quality JPEG settings. Has either of these issues been corrected by Nikon since that review was written, either in production or with firmware updates?

Also, are there any "backfocusing" issues with the 7000D when used with 18-200 VRII and, if so, how easily are these corrected for?

I am trying to determine if I should keep or return this cam before I put any serious time or effort into learning it, and would really appreciate some help with this.

Thanks, Mike.

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