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D7000 Shutter Speed

aef

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aef Registered since 30th Nov 2010
Tue 30-Nov-10 11:09 PM

Hi everyone,

I used to own a D60 and recently upgraded to a D7000. I returned my first one because it had focusing issues and made a funny noise when I was playing back photos (like it was trying to focus). This second one seems better with regards to focusing. I borrowed a D90 from a friend and took the same pictures (both cameras 'reset' using the green buttons) using the same lens, same aperture (f1.4), same ISO (200 outdoors - 1250 indoors) within a minute or two of each other and the D7000 has a consistently slower shutter speed. Why would that be? Outdoors D90=1/500, D7000=1/320, indoors D90=1/125, D7000=1/100. A big reason for buying the camera was for it's low light capabilities (I do realize it goes to a higher ISO etc., just wondering in general why the shutter speed would be slower)? I'm not sure how to post examples or I would. Thanks for reading!

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